35 Burst results for "Michael Good"
"michael good" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"New York and around the world good morning Michael Good morning Nathan about 800,000 New York City residents who could not vote in local elections due to their citizenship status may soon be able to After fears debate the city council passed the hour city hour vote legislation granting green card holders and dreamers the right vote New York councilwoman Tiffany caban There is not one piece of legislation before this body at this moment that does more to expand democracy And to lift up the folks of the people that make the city what it is Congresswoman caban was among the 33 members voting for the measure compared to 14 against it New York governor Kathy hoko plans to announce additional steps the day to combat a new surge in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the state About some policies that we think are important to help fight this This impending search Huckel says New York State reported almost 3500 total daily hospitalizations A British appellate court has opened the door for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to be extradited to the U.S. the high court in London overturned a lower court that found Assange's mental health was too fragile to withstand the American criminal justice system A federal appeals court has ruled against an effort by former president Donald Trump to shield documents from the House committee investigating the January 6th riot at the capitol Trump has sought to block the release through executive privilege After ten hours of deliberations the Chicago jury has found actor Jussie Smollett guilty on 5 of 6 felony counts in faking a racist and homophobic attack in 2019 Special prosecutor Dan Webb Mister Smollett would not have lost this case as he did today unless the jury found that he lied to them Defense attorney Nene unchi We.
Biden announces sanctions on Myanmar coup leaders
"One of the preferred tools of his predecessor to punish military leaders and millet Myanmar sanctions. The U. S will freeze about $1 billion worth of Myanmar government assets held in the United States. Military leaders took control of the country in a coup earlier this month and yesterday, Biden called for a return to democracy there. Military must relinquish power it seized and demonstrate respect for the world of the people of Burma. As expressed in their November 8th election. The party of the deposed civilian leader on Song Souci swept those elections. She was detained in the coup, and for the past six days, protesters have filled streets throughout the country. Reporter Michael Sullivan has been following the events in Myanmar and joins us now from his base in neighboring Thailand. Good morning, Michael Good morning. Who exactly do these new sanctions target? We don't know for sure, the administration says details will come later this week, but I think it's pretty safe to say the coup leader, Senior General Men online is at the top of the list, along with a small circle of subordinates, basically the same bunch probably who are sanctioned by the U. S and 2019. For their role in the brutal crackdown against the Muslim minority Rohingya Amid allegations of genocide. President Biden also said the sanctions might not be limited to just the generals but include family members and business interests, too. It's not clear if that meant the family's business interests or the military's like the two very, very large military, one companies involved in all sorts of businesses that jade trade Helicon banks, etcetera, some of which have foreign investors or partners, who came after Western sanctions started being lifted in 2012 at the beginning of what look, then to be the start of me and March transition to Democratic rule Well, Michael, Me and Mara is closer to China and other Southeast Asian countries than it is to the U. S. So considering that how effective can these U. S sanctions be? Yeah, well, that's a good question. When President Biden says he wants to work with international partners toe urge other nations to join in these efforts, But it's going to be a slog not just with China but with other countries in the region and beyond Singapore. Japan, Thailand all jumped in after the opening in 2012 in some cases earlier and there's lots of money to be made in Myanmar and a lot to lose by turning against the generals. About China. It might not be happy with the coup, either. It got along just fine without some shoot on some sushi and their party, and there are some reports the military thought Souci and China were getting on far too well. Myanmar's generals don't really trust China don't like it, in part because of their own long fight against communist insurgents, and even today. China is said to provide weapons to some of the minority ethnic groups fighting Myanmar's military for more autonomy. China like things the way they were with him, some Souci, the military maybe not so much. Since Biden announced the sanctions on Wednesday have the military leaders in Myanmar said anything about that. Not yet, but they haven't been very concerned by sanctions in the past. I don't see them starting now. And of course, with all these people protesting, there's the concern about what might the Myanmar military do? Will anyone get hurt? How has the military responded so far? With restraint of the beginning, and then in the middle. It sort of got a little worse on Tuesday after it issued its veiled warning to prevent acts that violate what it called state's ability, state stability In the rule of law. Things did turn ugly and several places with water cannon and rubber bullets used by police and several different cities. But things to have calmed down since so they're happened. More rests of political figures. Nighttime curfews are in place in some areas. The protesters are still coming out every day in big numbers, and I don't see that changing unless the military shuts it down, forcibly definitively, And that's the big fear, because they've done it before reporter Michael
Roslovic scores late goal, Blue Jackets beat Hurricanes 3-2
"The blue jackets win for just the second time in their last five games topping the hurricanes three to Columbus native Jack Roslovic scored the game winner at the fifteen twenty four mark of the third doing so when justice six game with his hometown team after the jackets acquired him from the jets along with Patrick lining last month Scott Harrington opened the scoring late in the first period to help Columbus get revenge following a controversial loss on Sunday it feels good it feels like you know we've been kind of struggling here lately to really find a groove and Michael good to have a couple things go our way and will definitely exceed those two points Nino Niederreiter and Brock McGinn lit the lamp for Carolina which fell for just the second time in its last eight games I'm Danny cap
"michael good" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Can this morning news It's 6 17 it news radio 18 40 wh chances President Biden now Was going to offer up apparently some more. Executive orders today. What could be abreast of that situation, but also what's going on with the Peach Mint? We already know the house has done that. And now where does all this go and move? Let's find out now from Michael Bauer, the latest from NBC News Radio, Michael Good morning. Good morning to you, Tony s So far Those articles have not been delivered to the Senate. Now there was a belief that they would be delivered this week at some point after the inauguration of Joe Biden. And I guess that theoretically could still happen today. Quote could so happen tomorrow. I don't think it's likely that we'll see them until next week because of the process because the rules indicate that once the Senate does get those articles of impeachment They have to work on those six days a week Sunday. They're only time off from it, and they're supposed to work on those articles of impeachment in the trial of the impeachment every one of those days until the trial is completed. Now what that would do if you sent them over now is it would make things very challenging for Joe Biden to have some of the Cabinet members and other people, other officials and his administration approved through the Senate. If you are trying to fight this impeachment on some level and with that any of the policies that Joe Biden needs help with from Congress to be able to push through would also be hampered by however long it would take to go through this impeachment trial. So There's a bull. The belief right now is that there are Democrats. They're saying we'll hold off and we'll hold off on sending those things over until you know a few days in or weekend or something along those lines toe, see what it is that the abiding administration needed to get done, and then they would begin the process. But there's not even a this point in time, a clear cut understanding as to whether or not the Senate has the ability to impeach The former president now that the president is no longer in office. Now that he's based citizen and a former president, can you impeach somebody who's not an office? There's no precedent at all set for that for a president, but there are for other officials that have been in the government. So there's a belief that you can hold that same kind of trial. That same kind of hearing. At the end of the day. It sounds like what the Senate would be choosing to get done is should President Trump be able to run again in 2024? There's a couple of different elements that one would include the 14th amendment sections three, which is a part of the Constitution that says no person shall hold any office who shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion. That might be something they might be able to move to if they decide to not impeach President Trump. But it's all just a big question out there right now, and legal experts debating as to whether or not you can impeach a non sitting president.
US COVID-19 surge triggers flurry of new response steps
"As the number of cases of Covad spikes officials are taking steps to slow down the spread. Here's our 24 7 reporter Michael Bauer with the latest morning, Michael Good morning, and those warnings are coming now from not just hospitals that are indicating that there are doctors treating a deluge of new patients that they're breaking the reaching a breaking point, leading to dire warnings about full hospitals, exhausted healthcare workers potential lockdowns that may be coming from the hospital because they just can't handle or deal with the cases that are coming in, and the White House coronavirus task force bluntly stating And its latest report that there is now aggressive, unrelenting, expanding broad community spread across the country, reaching most counties without evidence of improvement, but rather further deterioration. And a lot of people are saying dog. Yeah, that's that's you don't just end up with, you know, getting 300 days to go from 0 to 10 million covert infections and then one week to add an additional million cases. We are seeing an unprecedented spread right now happening in the country all across all 50 states, including Washington, D. C. The U. S. Virgin Islands and Guam all over the past 14 days and the average daily number of patients dying. This is how this there's a lag in all of this, Ron, you go from infections. Two hospitalizations to death numbers on the rise in the daily and number of patients dying of covert in the U. S. Has reached a level not seen since the outbreak surged during the summer, and there's a concern. That's going to get worse as well. So we're in the thick of it. We're in the midst of it right now. And you're seeing local governments Cities. You're seeing ST Louis and Chicago imposing stricter limits on gatherings in Boston, a Thanksgiving meal that would be routine any other year now may result in a 911 call or a fine, according to Boston's mayor, Marty Walsh, now no indication how he's going to enforce that per se, But he also added a clear message to college students. If you're gonna go home for Thanksgiving Don't plan on coming back to Boston this semester. You should do the rest of your learning remotely. That's where the level of concern is there for spread. And in Cleveland, there were so many new infections reported over the weekend. That city workers could not even get them all counted in time for their Monday morning briefing, So you're seeing that cities are starting to take effect. They're creating their own world within the states, which are also creating their own worlds where you're seeing places like Iowa who once dismissed mask mandates as feel good measures. They've issued limited orders this week for mass mandates, and that's the bigger picture. The states and local governments are handling what the general and federal government right now has been unable to handle. While Michael Bomber with some staggering numbers, Michael, thanks for the update. You gotta stay safe from
COVID-19 cases surge across US
"That. Let's talk about the latest on these numbers and the surge across the country as we bring in Wi OD National Court. Spawned that Michael Bauer. You could follow him on Twitter at the Bower show. Good morning, Michael. Good morning, Maddie. Yeah, I hadn't thought about the making fun of Dr Fauci part, but I definitely member the Pearl clutching that one time when we crested that 100,000 Day mark, and now we have added a million cases just over the past week alone. And if you do the math on that, just 13 days of over 100,000 new cases a day will simply add that up very easily. So that's where we are. Yesterday. We crested 133,000 new coronavirus cases. We're now up to 11/11 million cases in this country and that last million coming over the past week. This is an alarming acceleration and spread. Yeah, we're seeing I mean, look, it's the spread is everywhere. It's not you have used to be. We go. Hey, Manny, where the hot spots in this country? No, no, The country is the hot spot. Yeah, There's no question about it. You're starting to see some. Even North Dakota, whose governor, throughout this entire thing has refused to order mass mandate has now ordered a mask mandate. Ask people to wear the mask everywhere indoors and you're certain you're starting to see other restrictions. The city of Chicago, the state Of Michigan and elsewhere because it is literally spreading uncontrollably and much of the country. You got 70,000 people in U. S hospitals being treated for severe cases of covert 19 Let that sink in 70,000 people in U. S hospitals being treated. That's more than we've ever had going back even to win. This thing kicked off in March more so when we had that when we had the Sunbelt States infections That's the kind of numbers we're looking at here. The overwhelming hospitals is going on right now, right under our noses. We're trying to figure out who the next president is going to be or what the lawsuit that the president has filed is going to look like There are overwhelming hospital bed scenes. There are numbers of in some cases hospital losing 30% of their staff to Cove It like literally having them either have to quarantine or they're in ICU right now. Not doing well because they have caught Cove in 19 those of the kinds of overwhelming numbers we're looking about, and that's the key here. 38 different states reporting more than 1000 new cases on Saturday. And this surge is deadly. That's the big thing here. We haven't seen those death numbers climb just yet. But that's not the way the pacing works. Pacing goes infection than you have hospitalizations. Then you have the death numbers coming through and we're hearing Zero from the federal government. We're hearing zero from the coronavirus task force that President Trump set up. We're hearing it's been five months or more. Since President Trump has been a part of any of those meetings, which is why Michigan Washington The state of Washington, laid out a slew of new rules prohibiting indoor social gatherings and dining. We're seeing that in places like New York, Connecticut, Minnesota and New Jersey. They've all got curfews and play. New Mexico banned in person services for non essential workers. Maryland ordered restaurants to reduce indoor dining by 50% in Oregon is just saying we're cutting out restaurant dining altogether. We're putting it on pause with all of this. That's because we're not hearing anything, and the country is looking at this states are looking at this watching their numbers grown going. We've got to do something, and we're hearing absolutely nothing on the higher level right now. Yeah, yeah. I mean, it seemed like a lifetime ago that President Trump said that he declared himself a wartime president because the country was at war against this virus. I guess he got tired of because he hasn't met with his generals or anybody else. You also remember a lot of people saying this whole thing this this pandemic this corona virus thing on November 4th. It was going to be over the media wasn't going to talk about it anymore. It wasn't going to exist. Nobody was going to get sick. Turns out that wasn't true, either. Well, and there was a part of that. That seems like a pretty self fulfilling prophecy from President Trump like and on November 4. They're going to stop talking about it because all we're gonna talk about it in the election because all we're going to care about is what states did somebody win and where the lawsuits coming from, So I guess, theoretically, that's true. And while that's all happening The numbers are growing exponentially, and that the health experts are very concerned that Dr Fauci said yesterday that when you start to look at what's going on here, the fact that President elect Joe Biden's transition team is not getting any information on national security or coronavirus cases. We're gonna have a massive gap here before anything gets an opportunity. To be done even before you get to look at a possible vaccine being on the market on some level those air very large cases that could become overwhelming. We could get up to 200,000 cases a day 250. What's the number? That's going to shock Americans into thinking they should wear masks and socially distance Because so far the policy of play has been. Hey, we trust the American people to do what they need to do. If they feel that they need to be safe and wear a mask, they'll do it. How's that working out for us? That's not going particularly well right now. So until something comes from the higher ups and work its way down, and then works in unison with what states are seeing because of tests, and they're seeing a rise in positivity here, there where they can kind of shut down little areas of the state and go into quarantine. That's when we get control over it. Right now. We are so far from control that the light from control take 10,000 years to reach in, and you're starting to see where we're going backwards. I mean that you're starting to see now what is that? Wal Mart is now star. Eating the count customers coming into their stores. That's a national mandate like company. Now you're seeing other stores, Costco has changed their mass policy. Everyone has. First of all. Costco had this policy that if you had health problems, you could wear a face shield. It's been proven that there's no health problem that would preclude you from wearing a mask. To begin with. It's a good 117 days now, since World Health Organization declared this thing a pandemic. You remember that second Thursday in March? We're all of a sudden you walked into the grocery store. There's no toilet paper. There's no lice off 117 days we've been dealing with and every single expert tells us you know we can control this. If we just do the little things where the mass wash your hands stay socially mistaken 1170.2 countries that have done exactly that that have seen that taken control and in the meantime, we're in 36 states now that have mandated the wearing a face masks in public. That should and probably will grow. But what's going to have to happen between then and now? That's the big question. And what is something like if you've got 36, which is clearly the majority of states that are calling for that mask mandate? What happened if you had the whole country in the masked man it What would that theoretically do to us other than possibly slow this thing down a little bit? Keep the economy like that's it? Yeah. Michael, I was a pleasure. We will talk tomorrow morning, sir. You gotta stay safe.
"michael good" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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Trump administration denies California relief for 6 fires
"Hey, Michael. Good morning. Good morning to you. Well, the Trump Administration did reject this request. It was in a letter from Governor Newsome back in September late September. This would mean essentially hundreds of millions of dollars to clean up damage from the six recent fires across the state, and it can be appealed. It will be appealed, but let's look at the motives behind the Trump administration's decision. What are they? Well, I don't want to see what the motives are, because this is a very much developing story. I did talk with Brian Ferguson of the Office of Emergency Services just within the last half hour. And you know, he makes it clear that they will be appealing. They don't seem particularly stunned by this they have. The Trump Administration has approved these kinds of requests for a presidential declarations in the past for wildfires and other disasters on clearly, you know, this wildfire season has been a particularly bad a historically bad one with Really bad fires in L, a Fresno Madeira counties and Casino San Bernadino, San Diego and Siskiyou. And so the administration sent this letter requesting disaster relief funds. More than four million acres burned in 2020. That's I think, double the state's previous record. And so the Trump Administration in responding FEMA in responding Said that the standards have not been met based on their review. So I did a said talk to Brian Ferguson and earlier this morning and this is how he described what the status of this request is. You know, this is not the end of our discussions in our process with the federal government. We were very much in the middle of this. Discussions with which the mother with other federal agencies can continue the letters and the legal documents for for months or even years. So we continued T work expeditiously that You know, turn on those programs leverages every ounce of federal support we can get, But this is very much an ongoing process. And he did say Michael that there are other parts of federal money that are available, like for small businesses and for you know individuals, A Zay said. This presidential declaration is the highest standard. On. So they know they only apply for these when they think they've got all of the verification and the data that they need to get it. So you know, I think they're not pulling the you know, pushing the panic button at this point. But clearly it was a surprise. And of course, you know your question was, you know, one of the motives and the initial. I think you know, the tendency is going to be to say, Oh, this is political. This is a psycho. This is trump trying to get you some back. You know, That may be true. It may not be true and it may all work out. In the end. This is not the first time That this sort of haggling back and forth has happened over an emergency declaration A few years ago, something similar happened with parts of the Oroville Dam. There were no questions about whether it was on state land federal land, so they haggled back and forth. And they finally resolved that. So you know, a cz Brian Ferguson suggested. This is not the end of the story. But it is surprising to say the least. Well, the president did approve welfare relief over the summer, and there are other sources of funding. FEMA grants, for example, is you mentioned, but no reasons were given, which is why I asked about motive, but remember the president and claim the state was not doing enough to prevent wildfires. He said. Governor Newsome did a terrible job forest management not breaking enough leaves, I guess like they do in Finland and The state faces over a $54 billion deficit because of the pandemic. It needs these funds to rebuild communities to rebuild buildings. Tio essentially fix damage roads and bridges. Absolutely, and you know, that was all included in the letter that the governor sent to FEMA into the president. Damage. As you said, you know, all kinds of infrastructure, not just the homes and buildings but bridges, schools, libraries, water and power facilities. Other infrastructure number of people have been killed. And you know this is extremely expensive and there are tremendous costs hundreds of millions of dollars for equipment and firefighters, fire retardant. There are all kinds of planes and helicopters, emergency emergency shelters, of course that get set up. So you know this is very expensive. It is a somewhat standard kind of request the kind of things that we see for hurricanes and Floods, wildfires and so on on. And as you said Trump has so far FEMA through and the Trump Administration have granted all of these on, you know, the president has said very recently that he has a good relationship with Newsome. You've Newsome was even featured briefly in an ad, which I'm sure he was not happy with the governor, but nonetheless, they do try to maintain despite all the political differences, which are major They do try toe team maintain a good relationship for just things like this, And we should mention that some of the stories that have come about as a result of this denial or refusal at this point have mentioned Wade Crow Foot. California Cabinet secretary confronting President Trump on climate change that one could assume falling on deaf ears. Well, you know, certainly. That was big news A few weeks ago when the president was here and yes, the governor's natural resource is director did confront him and I'm sure the president no did not appreciate the half. But I think we need to be careful to ascribe what what has happened here with this request to be directly related to that it might be, but it's not something that we're going to know. It's easy to speculate about Andi. It certainly wouldn't be inconsistent with the president's behavior on other issues in the past, But as I said FEMA are the Office of Emergency Services this morning at least, is not saying that and you know they're going to be appealing this initial rejection of the request.
"michael good" Discussed on WTVN
"I got to get right to Amazon's plan. Indoor security drone for your home. I mean, is that legit? Some going to be flying around inside my house. It's a really thing. It's actually believe it or not. It's a really product. It is expected to arrive until next year. But you know, wherever they bought that company ring that does the doorbells and everything so that that company had been working on this indoor drone. It's like the size of a hockey puck and it it basically Has a docking station, and it flies around your house. There's a noise or something happened in the flyer and your house will see what's going on. That's the idea just like people have nanny cams and Webcams now, But it's a little weird because you know, there will be a physical object flying in your home. Now you can't remote control it like you can a drone with your phone and fly around II Do the testing of drones all the time. You can't control like that. It's a pre programmed so you walking around the house knows The route has obstacle avoidance. And so in theory, it should mean anything or anyone. That's the idea. There are things that occurred to me, John. The guy probably can't talk about on the radio. But can I program it to stay out of certain rooms? I mean, let me phrase it that way. I know what your bacon you know that you don't. I'll bet you really don't have a bat in the bathroom. Do you really want a camera in the bathroom? Hoping not not. Probably not, You know? Yes, you can You get him? It doesn't. Doesn't fly into the bathroom, but I mean, people are going to be wondering, you know how long can it fly around it? But what can I actually observe? What rooms? There are other rooms. Maybe you don't want it to go into. It only can fly for five minutes. So it's not like it's gonna hover around and just sit there in like the middle of a room for for hours On end. It's actually got to go back into its docking station taken our two charge, so I am questions about. It's supposed to be a security device right looking for intruders. But what if it's just thrown around? The noise and it goes back to the docking station has to sit there for an hour, so it's basically dead for an hour. I can't go out that that's an issue. The privacy issue is another one. This is streaming If you pay for the $3 a month subscription, it goes up to the cloud. This video stored up their online somewhere that somebody could hack into centers. This other issues to go on there. How comfortable you are with this. I don't know, you know, but people already have cameras all over the house. The idea, Okay, Just use one camera. It's going to be $250 to replace the six cameras. You're using to observe different rooms in the garage in the back door and stuff like that, that that's the idea. Well, so the people that already have cameras in their houses Is there any statistics on how many of those cameras are outdoor Cam's versus indoor cams? I haven't seen numbers like that, You know? Yes, You're right. Because in my case, you know the ones that I've used. They're all pointing out doors looking for people approaching movement outside most of time. What do I get? I get a fox or bear watching by the front here or something like that, You know, Thank goodness. That's all. That's all it takes up, but you're right. Most of the time, I would think that most people point them outside. But the nanny cam, you know, the original kind of webcam was in any camp to keep an eye on the kids, you know, in the room, or, you know, in a bedroom that's far from your own bedroom. So you know there. There's certainly a fair number of that. The other funny thing that this made me think of. And maybe some of this does this date me get smart rumor that Oh, absolutely, yes. Okay. There was Agent 13. Agent. 13 was always stuck in like a washing machine or a locker in the train station. You know, that's where he is. Did it surveillance and quietly also introduced a mailbox sensor. It's a sensor that would be on your mailbox. So any time The mailbox is open or closed. It would alert you being, you know, give you alerted. Maybe Think of Agent 13 like hiding in the mailbox. So you know that actually might be helpful if your mailbox this far away, I suppose from your home so but then you have a network issue. How do you get that signal, and Amazon had as another project That's going into people may not have heard about which is kind of interesting and also kind of creepy, and it's to connect WiFi devices. Amazon WiFi devices everywhere, using a different band with 900 megahertz. So is one of them to extend WiFi networks and basically hop on your neighbor's WiFi network. So even if your mailbox is farther away from your house and couldn't get on your WiFi network, it might hop on somebody else's nearby by extending it. It's called Sidewalk is the project so anyway, that would that would alert you. I got to be honest, my my Mail carrier does not always flip up that flag and let me know that there's something in the mail box. So maybe that would be helpful. Well, you know, I get that, but I mean, how many decades have we lived with nobody knowing if there's mail in your mailbox or not, So I mean again. I don't know that I need an extra ping in my life. So let me know that there's mail right is that it also give people something to do to go out a little. If you're if you're 60 years old or older, you wait for the guy to come down your road anyway. I mean, do you really need the Ping? I know I've got neighbors that that's their thing walked out of the mailbox every day and back. That's how people in Florida get acquainted. They're meeting out of the mailbox. So yeah, that that that's what they tell me. So I'm not sure about that center or the drone really to die. Maybe. See six. First winning meteorologist Michael Good Thursday morning, everyone a chilly start to the day with sunshine, but we will see more afternoon clouds and a slight chance for more spotty showers. 62 for.
"michael good" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Hello, Mike. You know, you should wear a mask Your big mouth. How dare you go up to that girl in telling them when you want your fries were a mask or else we'll call a solo police know Michael's actually that God had Michael Good. Yeah, I know. I just wanted to say I had a crazy story with a match yesterday. I took my bike for right. So I forgot my masters. You have it in the car. Why stop like TVs? I just had to pick up my medication. I walk in on. You know what? I'm gonna put my teacher over my face and my nose. Okay, That's good enough. I see. Many people do that people wearing guards and what not? I mean, I got accosted by three different people at the store. She started screaming at me, Mark, I'm gonna make sure the girl don't help you. I'm gonna call the police on you. I said this is uncovering my face. He goes. Oh, no, but you're sweating And you have your t shirt. I wasn't doing anything. How do you know what What? What? What These people have lost their minds. They're crazy and listen T shirt. That's the way I go. And that's why I went for a long time with the T shirt when I had to, and nobody ever said squat to me Now it's screw them and then the mask by the way. How come Ah Major league players playing in the on the field. I see some of them wearing masks very few. How come the embassy players aren't required to wear a mask while they play basketball, even though the people on the sidelines are wearing it if it doesn't affect you while your exercise and only that but the MBA, they're playing indoor hypothetical. I want an answer there playing indoors. It doesn't make any sense. But there's a lot. You have to wear their their their coaching indoors. They're wearing a mask, right? So why not make the place where mask while they're playing basketball? Send the message to the public. If you exercise you have to wear a mask. You're going to be so PC. That's a fair 0.1 808 for eight W A. B. C 1 808 for 8 92.
"michael good" Discussed on 710 WOR
"W. O. R. Michael good what is the best columnist in America over the last couple weeks of blockbuster series powerful columns about this nursing home crisis he would be getting a Pulitzer Prize for this if it weren't for the fact that the governors are Democrats but another great win yesterday every Sunday every Wednesday in the New York Post Michael good one how you doing good morning mark thank you these are powerful columns have the governors are responsible for the nursing homes disaster so many seniors have died from but if they were Republicans this would be the story would be picked up everywhere with absolutely this would be the then the overall picture of the virus would change as and I believe it should change because I think when we look across the country mark on we are finding that disproportionately the deaths are occurring in nursing homes I mean it's it's anywhere from forty fifty sixty seventy eighty percent in some states in New York in New Jersey at somewhat lower because there are more deaths although the actual nursing home death totals are astronomical we need to states New York and New Jersey roughly eleven thousand people so far that we know of have died in nursing homes eleven thousand people and they both governor Cuomo New York governor and Murphy in New Jersey they both issued these executive orders in March only using almost identical language so they clearly I think we're coordinating for shift nursing homes to take covert positive patients who were being discharged from hospitals to take them into the nursing homes and you know I think it we always have to remind ourselves mark that the absurdity of this is borne out by the fact that the nursing homes had barred families and visitors from coming to see their loved ones last they bring the virus into the nursing home so on one hand we're keeping the families out because they are dangerous at the same time we're sending in people we know are infected with that same virus and saying to the nursing homes you must take them you cannot deny them and if you do we'll take your license so I don't know how to explain this other than the dumbest thing ever this is the most destructive the lease so the fatale movies that flowed from this is is just remarkable and so if we if we if they had not done this and they did some version of this in other states as well but if they had not done this and let's say the New York times's twenty at least twenty thousand people overall have died in nursing homes basically at that time they did the study walking three of all deaths thank Justin for a second if the death totals in the country were reduced by thirty or forty percent we would be looking at this entirely differently so this was not this was not predestined to happen that way human error played an enormous role in these death totals and that does when you look at the when we finally examine all of this will have to say that the governors in the states he did these thirteen homes and the people in them as disposable they sacrificed them to open up hospital space for other infected patients center someone wrote to me some one family member wrote to me is actually quite quite a powerful argument they basically said the younger matter more than the older so we're taking you into the nursing home so we can free up a hospital bed for somebody who's more valuable than you are and then the people in the nursing homes I mean it's an extraordinary I think description what is happened and and there has got to be a national investigation of this you cannot say we are a civilized society if it's okay to say doom tens of thousands of older people you just can't say we're you main and so it's got it's got to be examined and you can't do with in the states because the everybody's afraid of the governors governors hold their licenses over their heads and and they can put these nursing home owners out of business so it's got to be somebody who has nothing to fear from the governor's which can only be Washington and when the column I suggest that a designated U. S. attorney could use a grand jury in different states to examine whether this was criminal or or just a massive mistake but it's got to be answered the people who did this have to be required to explain it and defend it because right now Cuomo can say things like what we did everything we could and that's just ridiculous to give us even said it worked the policy work as I said in the column if five thousand dead is success what would failure look like I mean it's it's nonsense to defend this it's got to be examined by somebody who doesn't fear the governor's you ever tried to ask any questions of governor call have tried to contact any of the press never asked a tough question never says the Javits center was empty while in use if you attempted to question him yeah no we don't speak he wouldn't return my calls so yeah we've put out press releases attacking me and things like that so that the there's no relationship there there's no you know he he does he he doesn't respect any media who disagrees or criticizes him despite all the talk he wants it his way and I think that's part of what happened here that he is a very small circle of people he trusted me fundamentally trust nobody he always makes the decisions himself even with the attacks to a press release he put somebody else's name on it but it's the right to themselves he dictates it but so I think when you look at the small circle of people around him there there was there's never anybody who disagrees with him they don't work for him people who disagree with him don't end up working for him so you have a bunch of younger people who are all kind of you know devoted to the cult of Cuomo and he makes this decision and nobody says you know Sir that could kill people nobody says that kind of stuff then he doesn't hear any bad news he doesn't hear any objections because there are not allowed so that's what you get when you have this kind of power the legislature rolled over gave him all of this power said go ahead you take care of it we're just going to go home and sleep through this so they've done nothing but but give him near absolute power they they suspended essentially the legislative process for anything to do with cold including on the budget yeah so he did all of this himself yeah that legislature right now is not a group of geniuses either they're all pretty professor wish you would hope that some of them being in touch with people in their neighborhoods and say you know Sir a lot of my constituents mothers and fathers are dying in nursing homes what the heck's going on but he doesn't get that he doesn't hear that because people are afraid of him it's a powerful column it's in yesterday's New York post you can go read it there and you get Michael Goodwin's column every Sunday and every Wednesday in the New York Post it's the best column in America and Michael Goodwin thanks for being with us my pleasure thank you mark take care imagery of the webpage Lotta Lotta stuff up there Hey what's this Nancy Pelosi video you know they always scream at the present why are you wearing a mask watch this this is the Nancy Pelosi in Congress last week she's got a mess but it's down around her neck and is she speaking she wiped her nose with her finger and then take your finger and puts it on the podium infecting the podium that everybody else is going to use what is interesting about this which is video not you know Joe Biden is a long creepy history of fondling women of all ages sniffing them hugging them kissing them this is the weirdest one this is a this is creepy this is Joe Biden comes up behind this eight year old girl he's touching her and then somebody touches your chest watcher pull away I usually see the creepy Joe Biden said take a look at this it's all about the webpage going to seven ten W. O. R. dot com slash mark seven ten W. O. R. dot com slash mark Chuck McDowell founder of Wesley financial group talks about timeshare cancellation they blocked it out everybody that has been allowed to when buying a time share I would put the honest truth says I can't and those that are telling you that they can without knowing the specifics of your time sure well they're lying to but if you were misled when buying a time share if you were tell your time sure is a great investment for your maintenance fees would never grow up I might be able to help ten years ago I was sued for millions of dollars by the time share giant in federal court with everything to lose my home my money my kids future but I fall I warn because of fall for what was right help the photos.
"michael good" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Morning Michael good morning Dave the new Jersey governor Phil Murphy is extending the public health emergency in the state another thirty days Anne shutting down all state and county parks review says there is more evidence that the coronavirus infection curve maybe flattening however we can not be happy with only reaching a plateau we need to keep strong and keep determined to see that curve begin to fall and ultimately get to zero he has lost more than twelve hundred thirty lives today the mayor of Paterson New Jersey says he has tested positive for corona virus Andre save says he will continue to self quarantine in this home Jake says despite efforts of social distancing over the last month he is falling prey to the virus president trump said he would put a hold on U. S. funding for the World Health Organization before claiming I'm not saying I'm going to do it the president accused the WHL of getting the coronavirus wrong he also explained why months ago he was saying the cases of coronavirus would be close to zero soon I'm not going to go out and start screaming this could happen this could happen so again as president I think the president has to be a cheerleader for the country but at the same time I'm cheerleading I'm also closing down a very highly infected places specifically the location as you know in China that had the problems acting navy secretary Thomas moblie resigned after leaked audio revealed a call the ousted commander of a US aircraft carrier stupid it comes after captain Brad crozier the van commanding officer of the USS Theodore Roosevelt sent a memo warning of corona virus spreading among the sailors on the aircraft carrier Wisconsin voters waited in long lines of yesterday's presidential primary election former vice president Joe Biden says accommodations should have been made due to the pandemic my god is that we shouldn't have the election the first place the impersonal action they should have banned all mail ballots in it should have been moved in the way that five other states have done it is the idea the number of poll workers and went on over a hundred or some polling places in Milwaukee Biden says though America's democracy is strong and election should move forward despite the coronavirus global news twenty four hours a day on Iran on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than a hundred twenty countries I'm Michael Barnes this is Bloomberg myth okay.
WLGM 101.7 The Spiralnauts
"To you. Did what now a podcast? We're discuss stories and science and tech. Where we that makes ask exactly that. Everyone thinks listening. I'm your host Stephanie. Educator and science afficionado Michael Programmer Tech Guy. You're you're not an algorithm. How're you doing Michael? Good busy busy. How are you doing? Say That Corona Vars. Now I've you know. Can I make the joke? Coronas still bad even put a lime in it for what it's healthier you. Yeah no but I am going to San Antonio this week Apparently there's some some refugees from China coming to San Antonio Refugee. It's but you know. People escaping mature American citizens and their supposedly going to be kept in quarantine there now and I'm going this week so Good luck to me. I guess rotavirus onto my very best. If I see someone with a mask I'll be like away so no I think we'll be fine anyway so no. I wanted to talk about something with you today. Do you know that we made contact with aliens? Oh Yeah isn't that now? I actually have a joke here. Who's Alien Will Smith Right? He's is him all the time. Yes absolutely no. Scientists have been monitoring this for a while. It's a mysterious signal from deep. Space is repeating itself in Sixteen Day Cycles Sixty Day cycle so the Mayans had their long year. They broke things up into weird like sixteen over sixteen days. So it's six sixteen. What's relevant vest? Sixteen is there some like mythical? Can we get some national treasure seeking here and break the code? What sixteen days? What's what's that me. We don't know we don't have. We have no idea why it's repeating itself every sixteen days but it's called an effort be a fast radio burst and it's a pulse that it ranges from a fraction of a millisecond to a few milliseconds And it's caused by some high energy astrophysical process. We don't completely understand it. And we've monitored some of these things before but the current one they're looking at just. It seems to be repeating itself every sixteen days since October. The okay that's weird that certainly we do stuff like that right. In the in the opposite direction are we blasting signals out all in all directions of space. Probably that every sixteen days but every whatever we decided to. Yeah well that's one of the things. So where is this coming from? What is this and so this the signal that's coming? It's called fast radio bursts but it's actually takes a lot of Technology to to monitor it to even see it. It's not something that you could go outside and see the. Cto radio burst happening in the sky. Radio you'll see your radio waves anyway. I like you you can see the FM radio waves beaming into your radio. No no no specific frequency like where what wearing the spectrum does this fall while it says that it is described as a thousand times less than a mobile phone from the moon would be. That's the equivalent of the pulse that we're picking up So we're picking up. Does that mean that we can make also the moon? Is that what you're telling me I'll have also have received Syr. Somebody can monitor radio waves from the mirror. Not I should have reception on the moon. I'M GONNA call variety and make sure. Can you hear me now? No no but Yeah so that's the question is what is this coming from? Is this coming from a natural phenomenon. There are proposed. People are proposing. It could be coming from a neutron star or a black hole of some sort but the fact that it is being repeated every sixteen days. Usually these things are pretty random if they happen the fact that it's repeating is a bunch of people are asking. Could this be some sort of sign of extra terrestrial intelligence? Sure maybe what would be the sixteen day cycle is what we I guess. We're GONNA fix it on what we rotate I mean. Earth rotates every day so our booby through sixteen days. It's not like there's no path of sixteen days like through the cycle around the sun and like okay every sixteen days. We happen to be pointed in the right direction to pick this up. So it's gotta be and it's it's probably not due to something that based on how a reading it at it's something that's coming like it or is the single exist every eight days and we just don't say it we know it's not nothing on our end that's preventing were that's causing us to receive the signal every sixteen days so it would whatever is causing it to repeat in that way is happening on its and five hundred million light years away from Earth in some spiral galaxy is what they're theorizing. Sure we've columnist or not. No I mean so. Yeah so the fact that it's every sixteen days is maybe some evidence that it is not any sort of intelligent life. Because why would they send a signal? Only every sixteen days like you said we are sending signals into space continually. So yeah. That's that's what people are questioning is. What is the sixteen day significance without? So you're saying that that that is if it's intentional doesn't necessarily have to be intentional. Could it be New Year celebration? Is maybe they're they're years only sixteen days or whatever the equivalent is and they just happened to be launched this crazy festival at spews noise out into the atmosphere into the space and we just happened to be picking it up and we're just picking up every year celebrations. They have a festival every sixteen days. Maybe they're maybe they're year cycle is only sixteen days. Yeah they have to do fireworks every sixteen days. That sounds exciting Or yet we're we're putting our human earth terms on whatever galaxy the this signal would be coming from you know we rotate around the earth. In two hundred sixty five days we spin around our access in twenty four ish hours of but their whole system of time make be completely different than ours they may experience it in assuming it is some sort of artificial life not sorry assuming it is Sort of extraterrestrial life artificial natural. I guess Oh could be either or Yeah but no they could be experiencing time in a completely different way And if they you know what if what if going around like sixteen hours sixteen hours could be the equivalent of one of our days even so maybe it takes them sixteen hours to rotate around their access. And so the signal is your sorry sixteen days just to go around their their access. And so yeah. So that's what you know. I I personally am not an expert in astronomy. I don't have You know a lot of education in it but what does interest me is the astrology aspects of it so Assuming that if this to come from some extraterrestrial life what would they be like you know living on some sort of planet five hundred million light years away? And what is that significance of the sixteen days? What we'll do if that was. If sixteen days was equal to one of our days one trip around day or night or one trip around the sun. What would that do to the physio to their how they have evolved into a being? What would that look like is interesting to me?
"michael good" Discussed on WTVN
"Criticize the president but I think it is a historic moment and every one of those things we talk about well in the future I maybe six first warning meteorologist interrupt Michael Good Friday morning everyone as you're heading out the door today it's gonna be a little snowy for you smart enough snow showers we get up to a high of thirty two degrees tonight's few flurries but partly cloudy look twenty four and then tomorrow we bounce back up to a high of thirty five could see another interest of snow tomorrow thirty five for the high on Saturday and then forty one Sunday with the rain snow mix by Sunday evening weather's power by the basement doctor rain and it should say snow continues across most of central Ohio this morning twenty eight in downtown Columbus twenty seven eight your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN that weather prompting school delays and closings this morning go down the complete list coming up here at five thirty extended Eusebian news time five twenty six news first five now checks your money this is a jobs are in the spotlight today with the January report out before the opening bell you for an increase of one hundred sixty five thousand jobs and improvement from the month before we're not expecting any change in the unemployment rate which stood at three and a half percent in December a half century low the situation aboard a quarantine cruise ship docked in Japan just keeps getting worse the country now confirms forty one more cases of the coronavirus on the ship that brings the total number of cases on the diamond princes to sixty one the biggest center of infections outside of China over investors are hopping on board this morning after the company said it would deliver its first ever quarterly profit by year's end meanwhile in its fourth quarter bookings at slightly.
Nancy Pelosi rips up copy of Trump's State of the Union speech
"When we last left we were talking about some of the observations from the state of the union and one of them certainly was Nancy Pelosi ripping up the president's speech and they didn't shake hands and what not and I think there are a lot of people who are writing about that had that awkwardness of it but I don't say it's awkward because the two of them are absolutely well they have nothing in common they do have this in common they would stand their ground so that to me doesn't seem like it's that out of it's certainly not out of character let's put it that way I'm always intrigued by what the headers today in other words what the major newspapers decide they're going to highlight the New York Post did the highlight Nancy Pelosi and what they wrote was the headline said this Nancy Pelosi shamed herself at trump state of the union address and then there were there's a picture of her holding it up and then there were several little pictures of her ripping it up they said trump employs these views spills over into the state of the union Pelosi rips up trumps state of the union speech in a stunning scene so that's what they chose to highlight that was the first thing that you saw all of their and this story by Michael Goodwin talks about the definition of insanity and says that you know you've been **** up for three years with the juvenile resistance where you were refused even to negotiate over big national interests such as border control control them what it seems you couldn't sink any lower than that cheap partisan impeachment you engineered you hit a new low during the state of the union this was from the columnist Michael good when talking about what he saw as Nancy closely and what the you know what what she did so now house Republicans were talking about he was talking about house Republicans should demand a censure vote and make it clear that they're strong disapproval of close these temper tantrum should stand them that they don't agree with it and let Democrat sure where they stand on that kind of conduct of the focus was all about that and then there were a couple of other things relating to the speech itself so that's the New York Post you know how we roll in this country you get a little of this new got a little that but I thought it was interesting that there were all those pictures up and that's that's what they chose to go with now you go to the left coast there's a and then you go to the LA times and they lead with what I live with the president touting economic gains in the state of the union talking about Republican lawmakers chanting four more years before the president began speaking and then really setting up an intensely partisan tone for the address on the night of the full let's face it virtual certain acquittal and the Republican controlled Senate so that whole impeachment thing wraps up tomorrow I can't imagine that it's actually the more flooding that leave my lips is not going to do that's not changing that's it I mean virtually that it even senator Susan Collins who waves in five different directions when she feels like it decided she's going to show up and she's going to vote to acquit the the presidents of pretty interesting and most of the headlines when they went with the state of the union sure the economic part of it leads with that and it it's interesting because even in the LA times the opinion piece there that was done by Michael my god I think his name is is the senior editorial writer he said even if the Republicans in the house chamber hadn't begun shouting former years would have an obvious that the president's state of the union address was a campaign speech by another name and it it he said it also shows Democrats should take note it was an effective one despite any even says despite exaggerations dubious claims that are already being dissected by fact checkers which is true he's saying the president's emphasis on optimism and is talk about building the world's most prosperous and inclusive society was laced with some score settling and it was he's right it was throughout that state of the union you could see that lurking there and some of the big moments including because this is something especially older people are scared to death about in fact my whole life probably when I was born they started saying you're not going to have social security benefits have you heard that raise your hand if you for that I have my infrared nationwide glasses on and I can see yes yes a lot of hands over there in Arizona some in Florida yep the managers and so the president said we will always protect your Medicare and social security any attacked the those who want to take away your health care take away your doctor abolish private insurance entirely he said he promised we will never let socialism destroy American health care because remember for example Pete bhut aged is talking about universal healthcare some directly that's what that's a jab at I don't know that him specifically because Bernie Sanders as the same thing and of course that keeps coming up again and again and again and again I'm gonna give you one more let's go in the middle of the country because I just think it's interesting to hear what the scribes ages which very very much along the same lines that I would would say and what are they ultimately leading with especially in a place like Chicago and you can look at the different newspapers the truckers give the trip and you course of the sun times the trim says there's certainly there is the feet booted judge saying that he holds a lead over Bernie Sanders in the Iowa caucuses but the race is too close to call and then what they highlighted was this tensions on vivid display as trump uses the state of the union to campaign ahead of the impeachment vote Nancy Pelosi reflect the speech as the president finishes the the unit arrests and in fact checking the president's claims in the state of the union address and then goes on to dissect it from there so pretty much that was the slice of what you got from coast
"michael good" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"Guess that's what it's all about really is. Yeah we're trying to make a difference all of its You know I really. I really admire your Iraq to try nine. How difficult that probably was? And and you know it Others pay this. I'd like to give you this one. This one on one. Say the super for a long time but you went out of your way to bring delayed performance your drive back whenever that was and as I look at it now. It's the twenty year. This is one of the observations that I've made is that Our Culture Michael Good isn't it is with with all the troubles of has you know we've had this one this one. We've had this one opportunity you know we have. We have a series and he circuit of travel casino scattered across the country had we wanted to as a culture to promote our own individual performers inspiring entertainers and and established performers. We could've gone but we but we we did not do it with as a culture we did not do. ooh that through our hands but from an individual basis I kind of put you in a small group of very very small a group of individuals that are members that really kind of went back to bring tribal performers to their communities. And I will tell you this that you know it's.
Congress Fails To Push Through Gold Star Family Tax Fix
"We want to talk about something other it's kind of hard to believe but goldstar children children who have lost a parent in military service are being hit with a massive tax on their military benefits it happened last year when they had to pay their taxes Congress the promise to fix it but they haven't fixed it yet for this year and time is running out so we want to find out how this is happening how is this happening so let's bring in correspondent Brianna Keeler who's been investigating Hey Michael good morning this is happening because it was a huge accident basically gold star families who have lost a service member in combat or to a service related injury or illness leave a monthly benefit from the department of defense and a lot of children are receiving this benefit about at least I'd say seven thousand of them not the estimate of advocates and when they went to file their taxes earlier this year your normal tax rate on that which is pretty low for some of the image around a ten percent of the found out that it would be intact at the same rate as trust funds and inheritances at three seven percent so a lot of them father tax build skyrocket and now the question of what is Congress going to do about it they passed some bills but so far they don't have a a final solution that will go through all of Congress yeah we were we heard several times that they were going to have it done by in fact they were supposed to have it done by today but where is the hold up because a different versions of these bills have have passed with bipartisan support will hold up how to do with the house and the Senate agreeing the house passed a standalone build a fix this which has become known as the kiddie tax and so did the Senate bill in the house we got wrapped into a larger bill a bill that actually has a ton of bipartisan support it's called the get your act and it's a retirement savings bill ought to encourage retirement savings to facilitate that for many many Americans but also in that bill are a bunch of fixes for things that were like this thing with the kiddie tax side effects of the big tax reform bill that came through in twenty seventeen well right now that's being held up in the Senate because there are a few senators to maybe there's something that's not in the bill that the house and over and they want to add that it's not that they're opposed to fixing the kiddie tax at all that that has huge bipartisan support but it's about some of the other provisions that are in that field so we thought this flurry of legislation apna may around Memorial Day there was a sense that this was really going to be dealt with but then we thought gold star mothers and families they passed in September and this a lot of been fixed and now here we are with veterans day and it looks like we're pushing through this time and Congress still will not fix it and with impeachment taking up so much oxygen this is really up in the air about whether this get get sticks and doesn't plan these gold star families with another
"michael good" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Michael good morning Megan Turkey agreed to a temporary pause of military operations in Syria that could be extended of Kurdish fighters formally allied with America leave the border region vice president Mike pence made the announcement in Ankara after a visit there following about five hours of talks with Turkish president race of giant bottle one bluebirds cementum account has more from Istanbul now this is a huge win for Texas president magic I pass on this is exactly what he's been pushing for four years now however is Wes noting that this hundred twenty hours will end the day that president has long will meet with Russian president Vladimir Putin this will be a huge meeting because of course Russia is the strongest form POW in Syria I want which supports the Syrian government at a campaign rally in Dallas last night president trump described the deal as a victory American combat troops should not be at the center of agent sectarian conflicts all over the world bring our soldiers back despite his remarks about Ukraine yesterday acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney now says his comments were misunderstood Bloomberg's Bob moan as the story what did Mulvaney need money effectively told White House reporters the president offered Ukraine military aid but tied into the man's the country investigate the origins of the rush of pro this is right is a quid pro quo funding will not flow in less the investigation is the Democrats server happen as well we do we do we do that all the time with foreign policy and when pressed on the question I have news for everybody get over it there's going to be political influence in foreign policy of any later denied admitting there was a quid pro quo after house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff said the admission and taking things from very very bad to much much worse Bob moon Bloomberg did break energy secretary Rick Perry says that he'll leave the posts this year the former Texas governor has recently come under scrutiny in the house impeachment inquiry over his discussions with Ukraine thousands of Chicago public school teachers are entering their second day of a labor strike calling for among other things better wages global news twenty four hours a day all Aironet tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than a hundred twenty countries are Michael bar this is Bloomberg all right Michael thanks it's five oh nine on.
"michael good" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Morning Michael good morning they've been president trump is warning there will be big trouble if any American personnel in Syria are injured as Turkey prepares to mount an operation against Kurdish fighters but Bloomberg's Bob mon reports trump appears committed to withdrawing US troops even in the face of strong opposition from fellow Republicans the president says he's trying to fulfill his pledge to bring American forces home and these troops in Syria we're only supposed to be there a short time just a tiny spot like a thirty to ninety day period but that he says was many years ago it's time trump dismissed the suggestion he siding with Turkey over American allied Kurds who fought alongside US forces to defeat the Islamic Republic he said Turkey in the Kurds have been fighting for hundreds of years and declared I'm not siding with anybody Bob moon Bloomberg daybreak Gordan Sunland the US ambassador to the European Union will be deposed today on Capitol Hill Sunland has become a key figure in the trumpet impeachment probe Sunland donated a million dollars to drum selection effort and later was appointed ambassador to more parents face sentencing today in the college admissions cheating case Gregory and Marcia Abbott say they are good people made a terrible mistake when they agreed to pay a hundred twenty five thousand dollars to have a proctor correct their daughters answers on the ACT and two SAT exams to help get her into Duke meanwhile the US attorney in the case is Andrew luck was asked by ABC why prosecutors only asked for a month of jail time for actors Felicity Huffman there's a few things working in our favor she took responsibility almost immediately she was contrite did not try to minimize her conduct a she handle in a very classy way Huffman received a fourteen day sentence Hong Kong's leader Carrie lam said our government can handle growing violence without a military intervention by Beijing but did not rule out seeking China's help or invoking further emergency measures if the situation becomes soul back then no options good people dial lamb condemn the weekend's violence as some of the worst of the past four months China's state TV is older than be a broadcast for the exhibition season for now it comes after the general manager of the Houston Rockets.
Daniel Pantaleo, O'neill And Commissioner discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning
"Let's get right to it Daniel Pantaleo was fired yesterday by commissioner o'neill and who better to we'll get his thoughts on this subject that I think is really dividing the city than former police commissioner bill Bratton good morning to you bill morning Michael so I got to ask you did your friend commissioner o'neill make the right decision in firing officer Pantaleo well obviously Jimmy commercial nail believe she did that he had access to significant amounts of information that's been gathered over the last five years the by the trial judge that went into great detail as to her recommendations so process was one of the I think everybody agrees that took much too long that will be one of the lessons learned going forward the the idea that historically police agencies the poor to the justice department the US justice department on issues involving US civil rights investigations I think this one will be a watershed in that five years justice department could not make a decision that delayed the NYPD Blue report on theirs I think in future years to be less difference the justice department but quite obviously occasional Neil anguish over his decision let you know by that one and that is say is the final say what message bill does it send to other policemen I mean a commission it was saying the chokehold was appropriate the beginning but he held it too long for seventeen seconds I mean seem to send a message to the police beat out he could be really careful when you arrest somebody now well technically that message is always there going back to my days in nineteen seventy joining the Boston police department at a rest the ultimate use of police power other than the use of deadly force and it's something that is always brought with Carol cheekily when that aggression is being resisted it was as it was in this case absolutely led to the awful tragedy in New York state as in many states there is no right to resist arrest and this one certainly have extraordinary tragic consequences for the god family discount certainly but also for panel ale for the department for the city for the nation as it wrestles with this historic problem that is very much in the forefront of very much look for fun over the last few years here in the ark because of the we got a case its resolution of the garner case in the sense of it was an action there was a charge there's been a finding there's a penalty but the issues underlying it all the racial tension the racial discord the country's original sin if you will what remains of apartment has been making great efforts with the support of many communities around the city to try and heal those historical tensions conditionally on particular the irony the neighborhood policing program that he lied about that that pushing very heavily these last so we is is beginning to take hold one of the things that would attempt to address is exactly the situation that the hospital they honestly gonna found themselves in Hopkinsville plaque that morning the idea of a community that wanted something done about major disorder in the in the area drug dealing distorted public drinking public urination they had said enough but as the police to into the sea please send to cedar and unfortunately the result was what with with us for the last five years going forward the the restoring order requires such as police action active which is based but it clearly is a shared responsibility do you have a message to the rank and file and the PBA as you saw was extremely upset there's some talk about job actions slow downs and things like that and obviously they feel put upon now and and and sort of dissed by the commissioner what would your message be to the rank and file today but it's the same one official nails quite pointing out that putting out to them that this was a tragedy for everybody but as New York City police offices as police officers if taken the nose to uphold the law to enforce the law to go to a danger and they will continue to do that I think some of the union comments unfortunate that being betrayed as a call to inaction in courage in offices to slow down if you will some offices may the majority will not the nature of policing often times require is strong assured of action and offices will continue to move toward the calls the service the calls to danger a slowdown serves no purpose because it gives the criminal element in the city a sense of the police aren't going to do anything and if it goes on for a long period of time then please trying to regain control is more difficult effectively a call for a slowdown in action increases the danger and risk June the oxy city police officers because the message will go out the cost of college the cops in cells are free to act well we we already have the situation with the cops having water thrown at them the other day in Brooklyn I actually shots fired whether trying to respond to will call I I think they feel pretty put upon right now and nobody's got their back again and you know in this this comes right after these type of episodes where it seems like this kind of behavior was tolerated well that's exactly the point I'm making the I. dear they do not feel that they are being supported the judge for example on one of the arrest was made in that melee a book from the other evening the the prosecutor in book one was not been particularly supportive of the police and the police are respected I recommend the ten thousand dollar bail according to the article I saw in the paper this morning and the the judge in that case basically put the the young man into a diversion program she didn't accept the bail recommendation from a district attorney's office who very seldom recommends bail in mostly focuses on the version this case he did not show it correct that is not a great deal of support on the criminal justice reform movement on the part of a number of Jie's water judges and cops understand that but the idea here is they still have to go out and do their job do it legally constitutionally within the guidelines and policies as if they don't then their job becomes even more dangerous to them and to the public as a whole that's just the reality of it Joe might be a B. H. H. slow down as it was back in two thousand fourteen during the tragic deaths of boxes the detective of the salute probably likely will there be a vote of no confidence informational nail in the mail almost guarantee but the as time goes on all this will basically be behind them in some respects as relates to this issue but the underlying problem is still there that yesterday was not a resolution it was with a basically a the swatch will particular incident at a particular time but the underlying issues many of which you just raging terms of officer concerned about not being supported at the ironically after three straight years of crime decline in the city which was largely brought about by the NYPD working with the ace that working with the community but largely the direct result of their actions and their sacrifices all right former New York police commissioner bill Bratton thanks for your thoughts thoughts bill we appreciate it okay all of us Michael good morning take care bye
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"Go ahead Michael good got a pop up and then we lost in July twelfth com all non one foxtrot to it what's his name his name was not Tom Ford's lock he was a good man thank you brother Mike you're the Michael berry so go ahead Hey Michael I wanted to find a job my dad who immigrated to this country forty five years ago I also want to find a job you senator Jack green because it is office in his work the the one the flag flying over the U. S. state capitol today's in honor of my father that's a good story thanks for sharing it rusty euro Michael berry so go ahead I want to pop it up to you and the Republic Country Club your bad you nationwide to not be in my wife have a also in table right the middle for we're going to see country cool January and make sure you catch me as I walk by I don't know what you look like but make sure you tell me who you are so that I can shake your hand Denise in Brenham Texas you're on the Michael berry show go ahead Hey Michael I want a public talk to my mom Caroline sterling who has been an inspiration in my life she works with Debbie marks in Bellaire and has been there for I don't know how long she has the most amazing work ethic she has worked every day that I can remember in my fifty four years on this planet may be called in sick twice he gave I'll never forget where I came from and never forget where I'm going she paid for my first semester in college three years ago I'm graduating in January and I want to pop a talk to my mom the most amazing woman on the planet and thank her for everything she has done for me in my life what's your name Caroline starling that's a good story you know I can tell you that story about my dad and I was having lunch with some friends today and we were talking about the types of people who show up every day who work hard who take care of their families who never complain to look out for everybody else who were there for everybody else all the times thanks they don't make TV shows about on they don't get famous but my goodness where would we be without we here at the Michael berry believe that a grown **** cold beer on the drive home on Friday news radio twelve hundred W. away I ran Antonio and I heart radio station news I'm just like a stone at north Korean media says chairman Kim inspected a test firing of a new rocket system on Friday this is president trump's choice for director of national intelligence withdraws his nomination I read things that were just so unfair he doesn't deserve a nuclear talks have.
"michael good" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Good morning Michael good morning anything the US says it is shot down an Iranian drone in the strait of Hormuz whose Bloomberg's at Baxter has the story the USS boxer is a large naval wash models sold ship and the president says the drone came within one thousand yards ignoring multiple calls to stand down and was threatening the safety of the ship and the ship's crew the drone was immediately destroyed he says an offensive action on the U. S. will protect its assets in the region meanwhile the US is demanding the release of a small Panamanian flag tanker that was seized by Iran in the street in San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak meanwhile Iran's deputy foreign minister says Iran has not lost any drone in the street of war moves nor anywhere else this weekend the tri state area is under an excessive heat warning from noon today until eight PM Sunday New York mayor bill de Blasio is already declared a heat emergency people are advised to take advantage of cooling centers the target of the sender back Chandler to trump rally in North Carolina got a warm welcome in our home state of Minnesota democratic representative Ilan Omar told a town hall in Minneapolis she isn't backing down I know there are a lot of people that are trying to distract us now but I want you all to know that we are not going to lie down president trump is disavowing the cries of send her back from his followers when he questioned the loyalty of the Somali born congresswoman from says he tried to stop the chant bill video suggests otherwise senator Elizabeth Warren will square off against senator Bernie Sanders and may your people to judge along with seven other democratic presidential hopefuls on night one of the second democratic debates on July thirtieth in Detroit the zoom city Iowa at last into city Iowa last night Warren describe your strategy it's about talking about.
"michael good" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Good morning Michael good morning Nathan did as been a tense day in Hong Kong after a long night of protest vandalism and tear gas Bloomberg's currently reports from Hong Kong Hong Kong began picking up after historic night of tear gas and vandalism left its legislature ransacked its streets littered with spent tear gas canisters and China back leader Carrie lam vowing to push back against further unrest in a dramatic four AM news conference she condemned protesters actions defending police's decision to withdraw most of the violence was over by the early hours after people fled the area as hundreds of riot police shot tear gas in Hong Kong Karen Li Bloomberg daybreak president Donald Trump says that US immigration officials were started rains after July fourth as part of a nationwide roundup of undocumented immigrants president trump apples from the action about two weeks ago representative Alexandria Castiel Cortez accuse U. S. border agents of conducting a program of psychological warfare against detain migrants who were told to drink water from toilets if they were thirsty the New York Democrats comments came amid a report that border agents used a secret Facebook group to share loot posts about accounts your Cortez in at least one other democratic lawmaker as well as racist comments about migrants congresswoman Madeline dean of Pennsylvania says this behavior by government employees is very disturbing and out while they were doing an internal investigation I'm confident Congress will be doing its own independent investigation senator Ted Cruz went to the border town of mission Texas to see first hand what border agents are dealing with along the Rio Grande senator Cruz complimented border patrol agents on providing those held in detention centers with care which I thought that amazing border patrol agents are spending sixty percent of their resources caring for people here illegally former vice president Joe Biden's lead in the race for the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination as shrunk by ten percentage points in a CNN poll conducted since last week's debates it also shows Kamilla Harris and Elizabeth Warren getting significant bombs and support global news twenty four hours a day all on air and then took doc on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries are Michael bar this is Bloomberg maven thanks.
"michael good" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Good morning. Michael. Good morning. Nathan. Dozens of arrests have been made in a vast plot to get children of some wealthy parents admitted to elite colleges among celebrities. It has also snared names and finance philanthropy and law, including Gordon Kaplan, the co chairman of the willkie Farr and Gallagher law firm in New York and Manuel and Rica's chief executive officer of Hercules capital. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story. These included Yale Stanford UCLA and Georgetown, the allegations. Hiring a consultant to pay to cheat on admission tests and other charges included as well FBI special agent in charge Joseph Bonneville Onta this is a case where they flaunted their wealth sparing, no expense. To cheat the system so so they could set their children up for success with the best education money could buy literally he says, the real victims are those deserving kids who got cut out because the cheetah's took their place in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak. President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort will be sentenced for a second time today. Manafort who was already sentenced to almost four years last week faces up to ten more years in prison. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he is waiting for the results of Robert Muller's Russia investigation to decide if it presents evidence that President Trump committed impeachable offenses Schumer said that congress needs to make sure the report is made public so Americans can make their own conclusions about the investigation. The one thing we should be doing right now, in my opinion is making sure that the entire Muller report with appropriate reductions.
"michael good" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Morning. Michael good morning. Nathan President Trump is said to have ordered then chief of staff John Kelly, his son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner, a top secret security clearance last year. That's according to the New York Times Kelly and then White House counsel, Don Mcgann, both wrote contemporaneous internal memos after intelligence officials had concerns about the clearance warmer. Trump attorney Michael Cohen spent three days before congress this week. And there is another date schedule. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story. The latest Cohen in front of the house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff saying they were able to follow up on a lot of information. I think we all feel it was a very productive interview where he was able to shed light on a lot of issues that are very core to our investigation, and we're able to drill down in in great detail. He says. We'll be back March sixth in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak South Korean president moon. Jae in says his government plans to discuss with the US the possibility of restarting joint inter-korean economic plan to induce nuclear disarmament from North Korea. President Trump yesterday left nuclear summit talks with North Korea's Kim Jong UN and Vietnam with no deal. President Trump says Kim asked the US to lift all sanctions before completely denuclearizing north Korean Foreign Minister, real young ho through a translator says they asked only for partial sanction removal in return for partial dismantling and then promised to fully denuclearize. We will permanently. Completely dismantles all the nuclear material productive facilities in the area, including plutonium rhenium in the presence of US experts. And by the joint work of technicians from both Israel. Attorney general's recommending charges against preminister Benjamin Netanyahu for bribery breach of trust and fraud. Bloomberg's Michael Arnold is in Tel Aviv. The draft indictment paints a dire picture Netanyahu helped pass regulation benefiting. The country's biggest telecom controlled by his personal friend in exchange for positive press. Coverage attorney general also recommends criminal charges in two other cases in part for gifts of cigars and champagne who allegedly received for helping friends with their business issues. Netanyahu denies wrongdoing and says he's the victim of a witch-hunt by left-wing opponents who can't beat him at.
"michael good" Discussed on WTVN
"Meteorologist Andrew buck. Michael good Wednesday morning. Grab the Wrangler. We've got rain on the way, we'll time it out and talk about women could see some snow as well. Coming up also air Greece or with sports, Johnny hill with a look at your Wednesday traffic, Anna, check business news, all straight ahead and five o'clock six ten WTVN. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Failure by both measures is considered likely but come Thursday. The Senate will vote on two measures aimed at ending the now thirty three day old partial government shutdown. The first is based on President Trump's proposal for Saturday, including border wall funded the other Bill McConnell going to bring to the floor is a short too weak resolution that would fund the closed parts of the government for two weeks, essentially, giving the two sides a little more breathing room to get back to longer term negotiation ABC's Ellie Rogan now, it's the I should say it is the FBI that is complaining about the shutdown. Now, an undercover FBI agent in the southeast thing. He's had to put child-sex-abuse suspects on standby without the funds or manpower to go after them and other agents saying they've run out of money to make fake purchases of drugs and guns. So they can arrest gang members the FBI association saying the month, log shutdown is delayed critical training and delayed number of counterintelligence investigations Andy Field ABC news, Washington. Back to school today for six hundred forty thousand students in the Los Angeles school district LA mayor Eric Garcetti helped broker a deal. Now accepted by striking teachers union president Alex Caputo Pearl adding back to school to the students that they love and the classrooms that they love and the schools that they love or committed to be heading back tomorrow Wednesday labor pains, meanwhile in Denver public schools, fifty six hundred unionized teachers authorizing a strike could begin as early. As Monday software maker oracle is declining to comment after the Labor Department accused it of engaging in discriminatory practices, resulting in thousands of women black and Asian employees being underpaid by as much as twenty five percent. More than four hundred million dollars. Retired new your Yankees closer Mariano Rivera was voted into baseball's hall of fame on all four hundred twenty five ballots, the first ever unanimous inductee. You're listening to ABC news. Two now at NewsRadio six ten WTVN. And you get traffic and weather every ten minutes, mornings and afternoons on NewsRadio. Six ten WTVN. Seattle's going down your Wednesday.
Fast Money 11/01/18
"Back to fast money, bitcoin celebrating the tenth anniversary of its creation this week. And this year was its craziest ever as jumps to twenty thousand before epic decline as it sits almost exactly where did a year ago, but believe it or not institutional investors are piling into this bear market digital investment from gray scale investments release a new report today. That's just there could be another bull market ahead. Michael. And China's of managing director of grey scale investments. He was also named one of business insiders rising stars of Wall Street this month. -gratulations Michael good to see you. Thanks, melissa. Thanks for having me on. So the incresed. We're just remarking about the incredible stability of bitcoin throughout this bout of market volatility. Does that give you hope I think what giving us? The greatest insight is how much we're seeing in the way of investment. So the report that we released today shows that three hundred thirty million dollars. Humidity has come into the scale family of products to the end of September. And about seventy percent of that is coming from institutions and just Q three alone. And I think all the institutions that were dealing with are really using this price pullback as a time to either average down if they're already in the asset class or using this price declined as a time to really start building a position, what's your sense as to how much of that is new money being put to work by institutions versus you know, putting more into current position. It's probably about an even mix a month's our investor base right there, certainly some folks who are involved pre the two thousand seventeen run. And then definitely some folks who I think that run up caused them to get really excited about the asset class and are now stepping into the space when prices are a little bit more attractive. So Michael you have multiple products at grey scale, not just the bitcoin trust are you seeing flows into other places or is it all into bitcoin. So we're still seeing about seventy some odd percent of our influence going into our bitcoin product. But as you said, we have a family of nine different products, some of them are single currency products. And then we also have our digital large cap fund, which actually is a basket of all the top digital currencies. And so there is a. Predominant amount of the money going into the bitcoin investment trust. And I'd say the reason for that is that bitcoin is really just the asset of the digital currencies that were often products around where investors have the greatest familiarity, the greatest knowledge, and it actually often is where they first deploy capital and then come back into other products within the gray scale sweet just quickly. I'm curious because we saw this sort of retail frenzy also surrounding pots off earlier this year, and some people were of the mindset that it's the same sort of investor. Do you feel the same way we do you ever take a look at the cannabis space and think oh, there's a run there. That's not good for bitcoin and vice versa. So we don't look at candidates. I personally don't look at the cannabis space. But I will tell you that the investors that were interacting with our endowments pensions. Hedge funds these are folks retail guys can be the these are ten plus track. Records of success. They had deep investment committees in deep convictions. And they're investing into the space for the medium to long-term. Michael great to see you. Thank you, Mike. Kasana shine,
Bloomberg, President Donald Trump and US discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Bomb. President Donald Trump faces new hurdles in his fight to force can. Canada to sign on to a new North American Free trade agreements, we get the very latest live now from Bloomberg's John Tucker. Good morning. Good morning, Bob. The president has threatened to leave Canada out of a new trade deal already negotiate with Mexico. Dossier due to resume tomorrow. But without congressional support. He likes leverage to force candidates and make concessions a new NAFTA must be ratified by congress. And it's not clear the support is there Trump's frustration showed over the weekend as he attacked the head of the AFL CIO for saying it's pretty hard to see how NAFTA works without Canada. The battle with Canada's building is the White House also prepares to roll out new tariffs on products from China that make up some two hundred billion dollars in annual trade a public comment period on China trade wraps up on Thursday bobbin. Karen? All right. John tucker. Thank you. Meanwhile, the technology race between the US China's heating up sources say China is exploring a merger between two of the nation's three wireless carriers to speed up the development of five g mobile services. Sources say the country's top leaders reviewing a proposal to combine China United network communications group and China telecommunications. South Africa's economy unexpectedly. He entered into a recession for the first time since two thousand nine in the second quarter as farming output plunged gross domestic product shrank in annualized seven tenths of a percent in the second quarter from the previous three months that compares with the decline of two point six percent in the first quarter here in the US. We get a report I made factoring this morning from the ISM economists are forecasting a lower index reading fifty seven point six in August. Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice, sir reports in July. The ISM factory index dropped to fifty eight point one a three month low the pace of new orders, the weakest and more than a year. Even so the overall is index remains elevated after setting a fourteen year high in February regional factory reports from the feds district banks the mixed picture for August. Kansas city. Dallas and Philadelphia signaled weakness Richmond and New York reported faster growth. Vinny Del Giudice, Bloomberg daybreak. Thank you that the big economic event of the week comes on Friday with the release of the August jobs report, economists are forecasting the. Employment rates will fall to historic lows, Gina smile. It covers the economy for Bloomberg news economists expecting the unemployment rate to drop to three point eight percent in August that will be the lowest since two thousand matching the lowest since one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. The one puzzle. That remains as the unemployment rate has dropped lower. Is why wages aren't picking up in a more sustained way? They're expected to be basically in line on a year-over-year basis. Still below three percent that's weaker than we've seen in prior expansions. And not as strong as you would expect these extremely low levels of joblessness. I think that's a big question. Jerome Powell the fed chair and his colleagues will be watching as we get jobs reports for the remainder of the year, Gina smile. Thank you. Economists are forecasting hundred ninety three thousand non-farm jobs were created last month. Ford. Fiat Chrysler any overseas, automakers report, their August sales figures today, we get more from Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger. Forecasters J D power and LLC automotive say new vehicle sales for last month will likely be up very slightly from August of last year. They're looking for a gain of one percent, maybe a little more to around one and a half million hurricanes Harvey and Irma disrupted business and Labor Day sales events and parts of the south in August of two thousand seventeen the cutoff day for counting August sales corresponded with the calendar this year it was last Friday. So this year's Labor Day sales will be part of the September sales reports Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg daybreak. Thank you, Jeff. The Bank of England's governor has the chance to put speculation about his future to rest today. Sebastian Salt Lake is live in London with details. Good morning Sebastian. Good morning. Karen will county will testify in front of UK lawmakers. Buffalo is a report from the BBC yesterday that he's in talks about staying on in the row. Beyond his planned departure date of June of next year. A government spokesperson has played down that prospects, Saint Carney still plans to be his road in two thousand nineteen but the silence from the governor has fueled speculation that needs to stay on to ensure stability after Brexit in March or that the treasury is struggling to find a replacement. What it focuses on the negotiations live in London? I'm Sebastian sonic. Bloomberg daybreak Sebastien. Thank you. Incorporate news WPP shares are down more than five percent new chief executive Mark raids signaled he would spend more to revive growth at the world's biggest advertising group WPP has forecast a profit margin. Squeeze in the full year, the Netherlands-based Bank. I n g will pay nine hundred million dollars to settle a Dutch investigation in the money laundering and corrupt practices. The Bank acknowledge what it called serious shortcomings science. She also saying it's taking action against a number of former senior employees hasn't features at this hour up by two points, less than a tenth of one percent. This is Bloomberg. And that brings us to six oh seven on Wall Street. Let's bring in Bloomberg's Michael Barr with the very latest at home and around the world. Good morning. Michael good morning. Bob, President Donald Trump has tweeted that federal indictments against two Republican congressman place, the GOP in midterm election. Jeopardy in a tweet yesterday. Trump again attacked attorney general Jeff Sessions while suggesting that the Justice department considered politics would making decisions the president cited what he called Obama era investigations shortly before midterm elections and that too easy wins. Now in doubt, unquote. He mockingly added. Good job. Jeff, it's a full schedule for congress as it returns this week. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has an overview confirmation hearings for US supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. Among the question. Sure to be asked focus on the fate of a court case and the Russia probe whether cases already adjudicated should stand. A look into the issue. You of abortion through Roe v. Wade and presidential accountability. Lawmakers also work on multiple spending bills to avoid a government shutdown the end of the month. And Twitter's CEO, Jack Dorsey and Facebook, CEO, Sheryl Sandberg will testify tomorrow on foreign interference in the US electoral process, also likely facing questions on news distribution in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter..
Nationals set team scoring record, top Mets by 21 runs
"Birthday today to Colorado because this day in eighteen seventy, six Colorado became the thirty eighth state to join the United States of America just so. Merle haggard could have a place to sing about Thome about a century later Merle So I can Colorado August I nine hundred thirty six Adolf. Hitler presides over the Olympic Games as they opened in, Berlin One hundred and, ten thousand spectators at glam the arrival of the official procession headed by jammies number one host chancellor. Hitler pauses to accept a floral tributes amid the reverberating The. Ceremony upgrade which follows America standard powdery and review the head of uncle SAM's formidable team three hundred. Seventy nine strong man this day in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy one, the Sonny and Cher comedy hour debuts on CBS TB Ladies and gentlemen Sonny and Cher Sixteen. And a half past the hour now on first light, time to get ready for meteorologist dean devore's tearing himself away from his satellites and radar. And whether charts, just, for us good morning. Dean Michael good morning to you we had some very heavy showers and thunderstorms run, through Detroit yesterday or. Last night especially in northern Ohio we'd got more showers and thunderstorms in the. Offing today along the east coast so, anywhere from Detroit, over, to Harrisburg Just inland from New York City and Boston. I think this afternoon could see some strong to perhaps severe thunderstorms in. The southeast we're looking at temperatures warm and sticky more shower and thunderstorm, pop ups here Atlanta, Columbia South Carolina down into the Florida peninsula drier air working its, way into the western Gulf including parts of Texas in fact a place like San Antonio today you're going to be warm upper nineties but the do point the humidity is. Going, to be low down in the fifties so little relief from, the humidity and, least in those areas as drier air moves through places like. Saint Louis has a dean's list day today mid eighties, with, sunshine even cooler than that as you head into the northern plains temperatures sixties and. Seventies in the, Dakotas, and some showers thunderstorms. Could pop up today in parts of the upper planes in Minneapolis and parts of, Wisconsin to then heading. Out west today we're looking at some shower and thunderstorm activity over the mountains. Sizzling heat elsewhere interior parts of the A little, bit. Of a heat trimmed along the coastal areas in Washington and Oregon state and. Down, in California to Michael, have a great Wednesday already dean you have one two well the. Initial forensic analysis of more than fifty boxes handed over by North Korea last week. Appear to hold human remains from the Korean war and are likely American that, word, this, morning from the on air base in South Korea before the boxes began the flight to, Hawaii it's eighteen and. A half, past the hour on first light, sports time as we say, good morning, to Robert workman and, Robert the MLB trade deadline is coming past I guess Bryce. Harper still seems to be with the nationals and they celebrated last night. Didn't they they certainly set off the fireworks keeping him in Washington nationals, made mincemeat of the, Mets twenty five to four yeah you heard right they beat the, Mets oh they turn them into mincemeat the Mets scoring seven times in the first inning then three more in the second three in the third three in the fourth and three, in the fifth after New York got one back well that, made a man, Washington scored six times In the eighth inning off noted reliever Jose Reyes you may, be more familiar with him playing shortstop in the majors for the past sixteen years note to Jose stay in your lane gave up five hits, two walks in two hundred, plus, hit a batter Daniel. Murphy, went deep twice off real pitchers driving in six runs and that Bryce Harper. Not traded on deadline day had a couple of run-scoring doubles most runs they've scored in franchise history dating back to the Montreal days and the worst loss in Mets annals surpassing even that twenty. Six to seven loss to the Phillies back in one thousand nine hundred. Five elsewhere yesterday the Braves blasted the Marlins eleven to, six rays beam past the angels tend. To six Rockies top the cardinals six three Yankees dolled up, the Orioles six three Masahiro, Tanaka went? Six innings for the win his. Thirteenth consecutive start without a defeat Miguel Andrew are hit? A. Three run Homer? Indians. Tackled the twin. Six to as bounce. The, Blue Jays six to Astros thank the Mariners five to Houston's lead back up. To four in the AL west pirates. Pass the cubs, five. Four the brewers blank the dodgers one nothing Wade Miley and the Montana's with. A, two hitter Lorenzo Cain, doubled in the games Only run. Diamondbacks shut out the Rangers six exact godly struck out ten godly and, TJ MacFarlane. Combined on a four hitter AJ Pollock, homered the upshot of all that Arizona's now. On top. In the NFL, west the dodgers and Rockies are half game back there tied for the second wildcard behind the. Brewers Milwaukee is in a virtual. Tie with the cubs for first place in the central and we still got two months to get royals whip the. White Sox. Four to two giant says the Padres three two in ten innings Phillies flip the Red Sox. Three to one Jake Arrieta struck out seven and seven for the win and the Tigers ship the reds two to one non waiver trade deadline pass yesterday afternoon lots of activity adding players for the playoff run the dodgers got second, baseman Brian dosier from. The twins and, reliever John expert from the Blue Jays Milwaukee sent three players to Baltimore for their second. Baseman, Jonathan scope pirates got right hinder. Chris Archer from the race for two prospects and a player to be named Cleveland picked up centerfield early owners Martine from the Tigers and Arizona editor relievers Brad Ziegler for Miami and Jake, diekmann, from, Texas big sellers, Tampa Bay not. Only traded Archer they also said they're all star catcher Wilson Ramos to the Phillies they Also added Toronto lefty Aaron Loup. Orioles set right hander Kevin Gosper into the brave for four players and a chunk, of international bonus money and the cardinals and outfielder. Tommy fan to the raise Oscar Marcado to Cleveland for prospects there, was medical news to. Red Sox ace Chris sale. Goes on the. Disabled list with left shoulder inflammation he's left handed so that's important and New York Yankee, left-handers j. becomes the second, New York, pitcher in a, week to be. Diagnosed with hand foot and mouth. Disease met starter Noah Syndergaard, came down with a case of Coxsackie ten days ago baseball doesn't really like to call it Coxsackie I don't know why I, just like. Saying. Coxsackie he's. To come off the disabled list today the Yanks are hope that hap- will just missed one start so I guess they're hatful as well as hopeful that's thank, you Robert we're coming, up on twenty two after the hour straight ahead on first light will. The fed raise.
Trump praises strong relationship with UK's May after damning her Brexit plan
"Hour jp morgan shares are up about eightyfive base points are a little bit less than a percentage point second quarter fix sales and trading revenue topped analysts estimates will hear from citigroup and wells fargo in about an hour meanwhile johnson and johnson shares down about a little bit less than two and a half percent in early trading and truckmaker was ordered by a jury to pay almost four point seven billion dollars to a woman who claimed as best as in the company's talk products we're talking baby powder caused ovarian cancer meanwhile at and t shares also falling dead about one and a half percent in early trading the us justice department is appealing a judge's decision to allow the company's takeover of time warner but now let's get the latest headlines from around the world with her own michael good morning lisa good morning john president trump met with british prime minister theresa may for bilateral talks the meeting comes the same day britain's largest tabloid the sun published an interview with president trump warning her soft brexit plan will likely in hopes of a trade deal with the us but trump told reporters that meetings were going well and the us british alliance remains strong arrived here last night we had a dinner where i think we've probably never developed relationships in the last hour an hour and a half it was really something meanwhile tens of thousands of protesters are in london against president trump's visit it was a ten hour hearing that involves shouting matches and.
One Hundred Billion Dollars, Fifty Billion Dollar and Eight Percent discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"A risks from trade tensions but that won't shake its decision to end asset purchases later this year as according to ecb executive board member corps spoke exclusively to bloomberg from france or we're not complacent on the possible risks fullfledged trade war would be bad for the world economy starting with the us away so the first victim would the us jobs us workers and we very much doesn't happen ecb executive board member corps tells us a further escalation of tariffs could do serious damage to business confidence we also hear from president mario draghi today he makes your march at nine am wall street time chairs xiaomi debuted in hong kong today against the backdrop of those global trade tensions the chinese smartphone maker saw its stock fall more than one percent in its first day of trading bloomberg's stephen engle has more from hong kong shares fell right out of the gates here on its ipo in the hong kong stock exchange lot of uncertainty about this company and its lofty valuation also the true nature of its business is it more of a low margin handset manufacturer or is it like the chairman late june says a broader internet services company on the one hand xiaomi is now a fifty billion dollar company the third largest in the world for handset manufacturers but it's a far cry of an earlier estimate last year of a valuation upwards of one hundred billion dollars stephen engle bloomberg news uncle stephen thank you as for other assets in asia today stocks currencies commodities some bonds all posted solid gains bloomberg's juliette sally reports from our singapore bureau china's currency rose against the dollah one week after the country's officials emphasized they wouldn't be using you want as a trade policy weapon the csi three hundred of large cap stocks in china closed high by two point eight percent to three thousand four hundred and fifty nine points a solid session for japanese stokes engineering and construction firms rallying after the floods damn but nissan took a hitch on reports it falsified inspection data on exhaust ratings the start closing down at four and a half percent in tokyo two thousand and three yen in singapore and juliette solly bloomberg daybreak chillier thank you and we're now getting more details from nissan and press conference this morning the company said it found misconduct in exhaust emissions and fuel economy measurement tests said it's to penn plants nissan reported the results to japan's transport ministry today and says a full investigation is underway futures this morning are moving higher with us in p futures up nine points dow futures up ninety eight nasdaq futures up twenty six and straight ahead we have the latest world and national news this is bloomberg and karen that brings us to five oh seven on wall screech decisions decisions at the supreme court let's bring in bloomberg's michael barr with the latest good morning michael good morning bob he was the first runner up a year ago now judge thomas hardiman seems to be a strong contender to be president trump's second pick for the supreme court that's according to three people familiar with the process other finalists are said to be appeals court judges brad kavanagh amy coney barrett and raymond catholic trump said yesterday as he was boarding air force one daddy would finalize his decision by noon today i'm getting very close decision i believe this person will do a great job trump will make his official announcement at nine pm wall street time tired authorities said.
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"Facebook's recent privacy data scandal facebook declined to comment john tucker bloomberg daybreak john thank you twitter is advising users to change their passwords words after the company found a bug in systems that expose passwords internally twitter says it removed the non encrypted passwords from its system and is working to avoid such an issue happening again or in buffett's berkshire hathaway has bought an additional seventy five million shares of apple that according to a report from cnbc the news comes just ahead of berkshire's quarterly earnings report and its annual shareholder meeting in omaha tomorrow bloomberg's jeff bellinger has more look conglomerate will release its first quarter results on saturday and they could be cause for celebration bloomberg intelligence says berkshirehathaway is projected to post a forty one percent gain in its adjusted pershare profit several units including geico general re and burlington northern santa fe likely did better and like other corporations berkshire benefited from the tax overhaul forecasts are for berkshire hathaway to post revenue of more than fifty eight point two billion dollars jeff bellinger bloomberg daybreak thank you jeff nestle is reportedly closing in on a deal to to acquire part of the starbucks business that sells coffee and beans at supermarkets that's according to a swiss financial blog which says an official announcement could come as early as sunday representative for nestle declined comment sp futures down three points this is bloomberg five oh seven on wall street the president talks to the nra bloomberg's michael barr with that and more good morning to you michael good morning bob president donald trump is set to address the national rifle association today trump will speak at the convention in dallas it comes two months after one of the deadliest school shootings in us history in parkland florida meanwhile protests are also expected at today's nra convention as president trump and his attorney rudy giuliani created more legal headaches for the president giuliani now says the president knew about one hundred thirty thousand dollar hush payment to porn star stormy daniels white house spokeswoman sarah sanders says the president only learned a few weeks ago that the retainers he was paying his personal lawyer michael cohen were actually reimbursements for that payment giuliani stated this wasn't something that was initially known but later learned and again we get the best information possible at the time and we're gonna continue to that every single sanders says she was i aware of the reimbursements tacoma komen during giuliani's interview wednesday with fox hawaii's governor assign emergency proclamation after the kilowatt volcano erupted yesterday and.
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"For our listeners worldwide good morning good morning alongside tom kaine in washington dc i'm jonathan farrow in new york and we are to as away from the opening bell let's get you updated on the news you need to know this hour volkan stanley up almost two percent firstquarter earnings per share trading revenue and trading all topping analysts estimate some really solid figures come again morgan stanley elsewhere ibm shares are down more than five percent after the company reported narrow profit margins and no revenue growth tesla will begin round the clock production of its model three ceo elon musk told employees in an email the electric carmaker will try to build six thousand of these saddam's a week by the end of june another production target coming to you from elon musk and theresa may's brexit strategy facing a renewed threat today the uk prime minister's flagship bill returning to the house of lords and a proposal to keep the uk in a customs union with the eu after leaving the block may pass quite easily there's some stories we've got our eye on let's get you some headlines as well from around the world and psychomotor to michael barr good morning michael good morning jonathan good morning tom to officials say that c i a director mike pompeo recently met secretly with north korean leader kim jong un and now president trump has confirmed it with a tweet this morning trump had said us and north korea were holding direct talks at extremely high levels in preparation for possible summit between trump and kim presidents first ladies and many others in new barbara bush are praising her devotion to the nation her family and literacy president donald trump said among mrs bush's greatest achievements was recognizing the importance of literacy as a fundamental family value that requires nurturing and protection former president barack obama said mrs bush lived her life as a testament to the fact that public service is an important and noble calling mrs bush died yesterday at age ninety two global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg jonathan thank you very much that's.
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"The year ago quarter than its peers and revenue for the entire industry should be up sequentially in line with seasonal trends after a challenge 2017 trading revenue will be the critical focus when goldman reports analysts are looking for goldman to post an adjusted profit of five dollars and fifty eighty six cents a share on revenue of eight and three quarter billion dollars jeff bellinger bloomberg daybreak thank you jeff all earnings are soaring the question is if they're soaring enough relative to expectations bloomberg's john tucker joins us live with details now john bob andrew sheets at morgan stanley speaks for many with his view of earnings expectations the first quarter firms is pretty good but good may not be good enough the impact of early income reports has been muted stocks were mostly falling after counties released results almost regardless of how good they were about twenty nine members of the sp five hundred that announced earnings through friday even those that beat analysts estimates shaw shares trail in first day reactions data compiled by bloomberg show among s and p five hundred companies that are reported this season stocks fell on average point seven percent on the first day after earnings john tucker bloomberg daybreak thank you shares of tests lower down eight tenths of a percent in early trading that's after the company temporarily suspended production of its model three sedan for at least the second time in roughly two months and straight ahead we have the latest world and national news this is bloomberg karen that brings us to five oh seven on wall street the president loses a legal battle bloomberg's michael barr with the latest good morning michael good morning bob president donald trump lost an initial bid to review seized records by the fbi from his longtime personal attorney michael cohen however the judge did order prosecutors to make available to coincide turns all of the evidence seized in digital form the judge says she's open to a team separate from the lawyers in the case to review the evidence to determine privileged communications bloomberg's jeffrey grocott says there are two options one would be the coen teams preference of having a court appointed special master the documents the other option would be the government plan which would be usual in these cases which would be to have the.
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"Two year two point three four percents nymex crude oil up seven tenths percent or forty eight cents at sixty seven fifty five a barrel comex gold up a tenth of a percent of a dollar sixty two thirteen forty three fifty an ounce the euro dollar twenty three thirty three and the yen one zero seven point five nine that's a bloomberg business flash now here's michael barr with more on what's going on around the world good morning michael good morning karen the un security council is scheduled another emergency meeting today at russia's request on the threat to international peace from basel airstrikes on syria by the us and its allies it comes as president trump met with his national security team yesterday to discuss a us response to the apparent chemical weapons attack in syria former fbi director james homey lichens president trump to a mafia boss in his new book komi claims president trump told him at a dinner i need loyalty i expect loyalty a few months later called me was fired by the president in the nhl playoffs the devils lost along with the capitals the bruins one in baseball the yankees lost to the red sox the nationals lost the giants were winners global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg bob michael thanks very much heat is coming up on five twenty on wall street and we're joined now by michael houston chief market analyst at cmc markets michael good morning and welcome have to start out asking you about our top story the morning president donald trump's apparent turnabout on the transpacific partnership word that he's told aides to see about rejoining that trade agreement markets seemed to rejoice but then he tweets that the us would only join tpp the deal were substantially better than the deal offered to president obama likewise chinese tariffs may be a turnabout on that he says maybe they won't come about after all what's the net effect of this kind of uncertainty for the for the markets.