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"michelle li" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

05:15 min | 3 months ago

"michelle li" Discussed on Glowing Up

"Today we have a guest that iconic doesn't even begin to describe it I feel like we have to get into this. . Yeah. I. . . Mean as per usual who wants to hear from you and I were disgusting trolls we have to. . Fight. . The woman who is here today? ? It's potentially going to change all that today. . No promises, , but baby. . Today we have on the editor in chief that's e I see. . Okay. . That's industry slain of Allure magazine. . Honey it's Michelle. . Lee. . You guys this is Michelle welcome to the show I am so starstruck grew up reading magazines on Friday nights. . So the fact that I'm speaking to an actual editor in chief I just I'm like Holy Shit like she's she knows it all she has I'm so cluttered what an introduction and I don't want against her up too much. . But please if I may gas a little more. . This woman the. . Incomparable Michelle Lee. . Has worked at some of your favorite magazines not only are you the editor in chief of a law, , which is like unbelievable I'm salivating I have. . I'm Fan girling your editor in chief of nylon correct I was I was that was my job right before Lor and for that you've worked for Britain for like a million zillion different publications glamour you are on the founding team of I want to say COSMO Girl Yep. . Yeah. . Do you remember Cosmo girl? ? Do I S- I was the third higher at Cosmo girl. . We created the sticker is we did the whole thing. . So <hes> no innovative remember what magazines used to have stickers. . I just thought about member lucky I mean, , of course, , Michelle, you , remember Lucky magazine of course, , the stickers I love serious by it. . It was like they had like three options. It . was like I think about it don't buy. . Could you imagine like going through your magazine and being like I'm not going to buy that can put a sticker next to it. . That sounds so fun. . Anyway Michelle. . You've seen it all you've written for it all and you know so much about beauty and we're so honored to have you on our show. . Well, I , am so honored also because I am a gloomy I'm a huge fan I seriously has done a whole marathon literally almost every single episode and I could listened I talk about you guys all the time I do like in the office attack about you to other people I'm obsessed I'm also. . So embarrassed of all the things united me right now so Let. . On, , sorry yeah. . Learn a lot about La 'cause I don't know that much about L. A. Things. . So like Erawan, , I feel like I've learned so much about oat milk from you guys. . You would think there's not that much to learn when it comes to oats and water mixed together but. . Lord knows Esther and I. . Found the crevices and like some. . A lot of stuff to talk about when it comes to. . You wouldn't gosh I'm fan growing and I'm embarrassed I mean Michelle you know too much about ministers bodies. . That my worst. . About. . Yeah. . I I'm speechless. . We had to make good use of this time her okay. . So Let's just start by talking about. . Your instagram which I really recommend everyone go follow I. . Believe it's Hey. . Michelle Li Yep. . Your instagram is a treasure trove of so much stuff your interests when it comes to beauty or far-ranging particularly I, , feel like what? ? I think of Michelle, , Lee think of nail art and ask for. . Today was staring at your nail since meeting. . Oh good podcastone. . SURPRI-? ? I'm so genuinely minor Kinda. . Jenky like don't look through closer little crumbly idea your on. . Let me say I who I do my own nails. . You'll notice. . They, , look cute Think-i esters. Got . Some. . Cutie I do I started doing <hes> at sea press on meals? ? And I'm a I'm enjoying myself I'll say, , Oh, , you know I did press on nails for the first time recently Chill House No Chill House released on. . It's very cool salon in New York. . City, , and they have I think they used to have two locations there now down to one and they just made these very cool press but they're very <hes> like a lot of the nail art that I have my instagram. . They have as well because I get my nails there quite a bit but they're cute cute like really minimalist. . Designs. . Oh. . I. Love . that one you posted of the Purple Marble yes. . That video is so cool. . Yeah. . I. . It's like I do a lot of reposting of other nail artists to and I went down this rabbit hole of Russian. . Nail artists are next level like the way that they do marble nails and other things. . It's just like stuff you've never seen before. .

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Skincare Journey with Michelle Lee

Glowing Up

05:16 min | 3 months ago

Skincare Journey with Michelle Lee

"Today we have a guest that iconic doesn't even begin to describe it I feel like we have to get into this. Yeah. I. Mean as per usual who wants to hear from you and I were disgusting trolls we have to. Fight. The woman who is here today? It's potentially going to change all that today. No promises, but baby. Today we have on the editor in chief that's e I see. Okay. That's industry slain of Allure magazine. Honey it's Michelle. Lee. You guys this is Michelle welcome to the show I am so starstruck grew up reading magazines on Friday nights. So the fact that I'm speaking to an actual editor in chief I just I'm like Holy Shit like she's she knows it all she has I'm so cluttered what an introduction and I don't want against her up too much. But please if I may gas a little more. This woman the. Incomparable Michelle Lee. Has worked at some of your favorite magazines not only are you the editor in chief of a law, which is like unbelievable I'm salivating I have. I'm Fan girling your editor in chief of nylon correct I was I was that was my job right before Lor and for that you've worked for Britain for like a million zillion different publications glamour you are on the founding team of I want to say COSMO Girl Yep. Yeah. Do you remember Cosmo girl? Do I S- I was the third higher at Cosmo girl. We created the sticker is we did the whole thing. So no innovative remember what magazines used to have stickers. I just thought about member lucky I mean, of course, Michelle, you remember Lucky magazine of course, the stickers I love serious by it. It was like they had like three options. It was like I think about it don't buy. Could you imagine like going through your magazine and being like I'm not going to buy that can put a sticker next to it. That sounds so fun. Anyway Michelle. You've seen it all you've written for it all and you know so much about beauty and we're so honored to have you on our show. Well, I am so honored also because I am a gloomy I'm a huge fan I seriously has done a whole marathon literally almost every single episode and I could listened I talk about you guys all the time I do like in the office attack about you to other people I'm obsessed I'm also. So embarrassed of all the things united me right now so Let. On, sorry yeah. Learn a lot about La 'cause I don't know that much about L. A. Things. So like Erawan, I feel like I've learned so much about oat milk from you guys. You would think there's not that much to learn when it comes to oats and water mixed together but. Lord knows Esther and I. Found the crevices and like some. A lot of stuff to talk about when it comes to. You wouldn't gosh I'm fan growing and I'm embarrassed I mean Michelle you know too much about ministers bodies. That my worst. About. Yeah. I I'm speechless. We had to make good use of this time her okay. So Let's just start by talking about. Your instagram which I really recommend everyone go follow I. Believe it's Hey. Michelle Li Yep. Your instagram is a treasure trove of so much stuff your interests when it comes to beauty or far-ranging particularly I, feel like what? I think of Michelle, Lee think of nail art and ask for. Today was staring at your nail since meeting. Oh good podcastone. SURPRI-? I'm so genuinely minor Kinda. Jenky like don't look through closer little crumbly idea your on. Let me say I who I do my own nails. You'll notice. They, look cute Think-i esters. Got Some. Cutie I do I started doing at sea press on meals? And I'm a I'm enjoying myself I'll say, Oh, you know I did press on nails for the first time recently Chill House No Chill House released on. It's very cool salon in New York. City, and they have I think they used to have two locations there now down to one and they just made these very cool press but they're very like a lot of the nail art that I have my instagram. They have as well because I get my nails there quite a bit but they're cute cute like really minimalist. Designs. Oh. I. Love that one you posted of the Purple Marble yes. That video is so cool. Yeah. I. It's like I do a lot of reposting of other nail artists to and I went down this rabbit hole of Russian. Nail artists are next level like the way that they do marble nails and other things. It's just like stuff you've never seen before.

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"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:30 min | 4 months ago

"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

"The top election official in Philadelphia warns a technicality in a Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling could causes. Many is 100,000 mail ballots to be rejected in November in a state president Trump nearly one in 2016. Michelle Li has taken a closer look for the Washington Post and talked with Cuomo's Jeff Pooja. What exactly could invalidate thes balance the problem? Here is the use of what's known as secrecy envelopes, which is basically an envelope within an envelope. The one voters get the ballot the mail in ballots. We have to fill it out and put it into one envelope. And then put that in her envelope into a second one that gets mailed out. The purpose of that is so that when the election officials open the first envelope and they go to count your ballot, they can't actually identify your name with how you voted. This is actually something that you have done a long time ago since a long time ago. Since then, machines do a lot of that initial sorting. So most states have gotten rid of those envelopes, even though some are still using them and now in Pennsylvania, if a voter sent it back without that middle envelope, it's just not going to be counted. And this is a huge concern coming up coming up election. Well, those of us here in Washington state have been voting by mail for quite some time, quite familiar with those Security envelopes. It's part of our system as well. But what did the court say that these these air required, and now certain county election officials don't have the capability of creating these security envelopes. What's the deal there? Right now? The envelopes are required and for the primary election, the state made it so that if you turned it back without those metal envelopes is still going to be counted because Voters of Pennsylvania had not voted by mail for the most part until this year. Unlike your state, Pennsylvania is paying you to widespread veiling voting, and so some voters route used to sending it back. They just didn't know. But because Colonel virus was just so chaotic and it was a crazy primary election, they accepted it. But the court said that for the November election, they can't accept these ballots. The quote unquote naked ballots. And that they need to be rejected. And unless the state itself no longer requires these envelopes by law, they have to make a legal change. They still have to keep using them for November, and that's what the election officials are worried about. Is there anything being done to fix the problems of state Legislature working on this Well, election officials are asking state legislators to change that. But there is no indication yet that it's gonna be changed. I mean, absolutely. Voting has already begun in Pennsylvania, as has many other states. There are several others. Legal challenges, Patina estate, and so right now, there's no movement on whether the album they're going to be taken away from November. So for now, really no recourse. Is there any sense of whom this is likely to affect more democratic voters or Republican voters? Because Pennsylvania The biggest swing state of them all, probably save Florida, right? We do know that Democrats are far more likely to use mail ballots and want to use mail ballots or than Republicans do so. We know that more Democrats most likely will be using this process, including Sylvania. And something about the Philadelphia election official told me exactly anticipate, especially older voters and lower education voters who just may not be reading instructions carefully or had not been. AH vote. Voting in the past might be confused by this process, she first time voters also may be confused by this process that could affect younger voters. I mean, it's really all over the place in terms of who may be affected. Think of Jeff That's The Washington Post. Michelle Lee, speaking with Cuomo's Jeff Oshawa by 50. Times for PROPEL Insurance MONEY Update. Here's Rob Smith from Seattle Business magazine. Costco posted a 12.5% sales increase over last year. In its fourth quarter e commerce sales rose 91% fresh food was a major driver, though the company said nonfood items also sold well as consumers go out less. Washington State has a new wine region Candy mountain in the Yakima Valley becomes the stage 16th viticultural area at 815 Acres. It's the smallest wine region in the state. The Dow Rose 358 points to close at 27,000 won 93 NASDAQ game to 41, the S and P. 500 Rose 51. This is Rob Smith with Seattle Business magazine for Comeau News. Money news a 2050 past the hour. We'll get a cheque on traffic coming right up. Pros.

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"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:31 min | 5 months ago

"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

"Co Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Thanks for being with us this evening. I'm ELISA Jaffe, Jeremy Greater Is that the editor's desk? Kelly Blier is our technical director. Among the stories we're following Immigrations and Customs enforcement says it has arrested Over 200,000 undocumented over 2000 undocumented immigrants since July. The operation allowed ice agents to make arrests at homes and work sites over a six week period. The agency explained They were aiming to get those convicted of or facing criminals. Facebook, shutting down accounts of Russian agents targeting left wing voters in the U. S and the U. K. The social media giant says it shut down 13 accounts and two pages and turned the information over to the FBI. Analysts say it appears the goal was to steer left wing groups away from the campaign. Of Democrat Joe Biden. Eddie Grant is suing President Trump's reelection campaign for using his song Electric Avenue and an attack video against Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Lawsuit stems from an animated video put out by the campaign with the song plays throughout in the Ed Biden is seen pumping a hand. Car on railroad tracks after a keep American great train plows through the town. A backlog and naturalization applications could have an impact at the ballot box in November. Michelle Li has taken a closer look at all of this for the Washington Post and spoke with cameras Bill O'Neill, We shall explain how this backlog could impact the election. There are hundreds of thousands of immigrants who are waiting to be naturalized as they many of them have been waiting much longer than the five months that the government tries to get the naturalized. Turning, and these immigrants are really a growing electorate in the country. For the first time this year, naturalized citizens are going to reach one in 10 eligible voters, and that's a really record high number for this group of Potential voters. Yet this backlog that has been getting worse and worse over time it existed before the Trump administration, but there've been policy changes and budget cuts. And then the Corona virus. That really exacerbated this backlog and means that many immigrants will not be able to vote as they had hoped. This November. It sounds as though this backlog has been around from multiple presidential administrations. Now, is there anything being done to try to move these applications along a little faster? The thing is, even though these back off have existed. There are still lots of people applying for naturalisation infact after President Trump was elected, there was a surgeon applicants many people who were motivated by President Trump's anti immigrant rhetoric to try to become that isn't either out of concern for their safety or because they wanted to go and Vote against him. And even though there has been a surge, the USC I asked the agency that naturalized immigrants has not up at three sources in order to meet that demand. In fact, there has been a potential for loads of employees of decreasing revenues. There have been policy changes under President Trump that have made it Difficult for people to be naturalized in time. It's taken longer for people to naturalized, so the policies have not bet the demand to really decrease the increasing back. Clark. Of course, some will always look for the politics. And all of this has urban any accusations that this backlog might be intentional at this point in terms of allowing it to continue to keep certain votes from being cast There's definitely our political concerns, certainly from the advocates who want to see more immigrants naturalized, even though you know there's kind of spotty pulling around us, but in general Naturalized immigrants tend to vote Democratic. It's not always the case, but it leans more that way. And so there are concerns among immigrant advocates that by allowing this back off to increase by not really addressing it head on, the Trump administration is essentially allowing for foreign foes to be disenfranchised because they may be cast against him. Although there's you know, it's hard to prove that there is no proof that this is an intentional political efforts to suppress votes. But certainly that is a major concern among people who want to see immigrants be moved through this process in a more efficient way. That's political reporter Michelle Lee remora online at washingtonpost dot com. And that's comas. Bill O'Neill. It's 5. 50..

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"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:38 min | 5 months ago

"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

"24 Hour News Station Co Moh news 1000 FM 97 7, Thanks for being with us this afternoon. I'm ELISA Jaffe. Jeremy Greater is our editor. Kelly Blair is our technical director. Among the stories we are following Vice President Mike Pence, says he thinks the Trump administration is staying put. The former Indiana governor made a stop in Pennsylvania, where he expressed confidence and re election for the president, arguing Americans wouldn't be safe. With a Democratic presidential nominee. A good chunk of Americans are expressing concerns about losing their jobs during Corona virus pandemic. A new Gallup poll shows. More than a quarter of U. S workers have fears of being laid off for having their hours reduced. Getting reduced paycheck is also making employees nervous. Ah backlog and naturalization applications could have an impact at the ballot box in November. Michelle Li has taken a closer look at all of this for the Washington Post and spoke with come was Villa Neil. We shall explain held, his backlog could impact the election. There are hundreds of thousands of immigrants who are waiting to be naturalized as they many of them have been waiting much longer than the five months that the government tries to get the naturalized during And these immigrants are really a growing electorate in the country. For the first time this year, Naturalized citizens are going to reach one in 10 eligible voters, and that's a really record high number for this group of Potential voters. Yet this backlog that has been getting worse and worse over time that existed before the Trump administration, but there have been policy changes and budget cuts. And then the coronavirus. That really exacerbated this backlog and means that many immigrants will not be able to vote as they had hoped. This November. It sounds as though this backlog has been around from multiple presidential administrations. Now, is there anything being done to try to move these applications along a little faster? The thing is, even though these backlog have existed, there are still lots of people applying for naturalisation infact after President Trump was elected. There was a surge and applicants many people who were motivated by President Trump anti immigrant rhetoric to try to become that is either out of concern for their safety or because they wanted to go and Vote against him. And even though there has been a surge, the USC I asked the agency that natural eyes is immigrants has not up at three sources in order to meet that demand. In fact, there has been a potential for loads of employees of decreasing revenues. There have been policy changes under President Trump that have made it Difficult for people to be naturalized in time. It's taken longer for people to naturalized, so the policies have not met the demand to really decrease the increasing back. Clark. Of course, some will always look for the politics. And all of this has urban any accusations that this backlog might be intentional at this point in terms of allowing it to continue to keep certain votes from being cast There's definitely our political concerns, certainly from the advocates who want to see more immigrants naturalized, even though you know there's kind of spotty pulling around us, but in general Naturalized immigrants tend to vote Democratic. It's not always the case, but it leans more that way. And so there are concerns among immigrant advocates that by allowing this back off to increase by not really addressing it head on the Trump administration is especially allowing for foreign foes to be disenfranchised because they may be cast against him. Although there's you know, it's hard to prove that there is no proof that this is an intentional political efforts is the press boats. But certainly that is a major concern among people who want to see immigrants be moved through this process in a more efficient way. That's political reporter Michelle Lee remora online at washingtonpost dot com. A sad day. At the point of, Iet's do an aquarium in Tacoma, Boris. The zoo's 34 year old polar bear was euthanized because of a significant decline in his health. Boris was rescued from a travelling circus in 2002. He was malnourished and mistreated at 30 for zoo officials say Boras far surpassed the median life of 23 a half years for male polar bears and human care. And they usually live to be about 15 to 18 years old in the wild. Boris had arthritis and liver disease. He was the oldest male species of his kind him the world. Come on news time..

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"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:23 min | 5 months ago

"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

"Harder. Bill O'Neill, our editor stories we're following on Twitter. President Trump denies reports that a Siri's of mini strokes sent him to Walter Reed Medical Center last year. The third game between the Seattle Mariners and Oakland A's has now been postponed this after a member of the Athletics organization tested positive for the Corona virus. A backlog in naturalization applications could have an impact at the ballot box in November. Michelle Li has taken a closer look at all of this or the Washington Post, and she spoke with comas Bill O'Neill. We shall explain how this backlog could impact the election. There are hundreds of thousands of immigrants who are waiting to be naturalized as they many of them have been waiting. Much longer than the five months that the government tries to get the naturalized during and these immigrants are really a growing electorate in the country for the first time this year. Naturalized citizens are going to reach one in 10 eligible voters, and that's a really a record high number for this group of potential voters. Yet this backlog that has been getting worse and worse over time that existed before the Trump administration, but there's been policy changes and budget cuts. And then the crooner virus. That really exacerbated this backlog and means that many immigrants will not be able to vote as they had hoped. This November. It sounds as though this backlog has been around from multiple presidential administrations. Now, is there anything being done to try to move these applications along a little faster? The thing is, even though the backlog have existed. There are still lots of people applying for naturalisation infact after President Trump was elected, there was a surgeon applicants many people who were motivated by President Trump's anti immigrant rhetoric to try to become that isn't either out of concern for their safety or because they wanted to go and Vote against him. And even though there has been a surge, the USC I asked the agency that natural eyes is immigrants has not up its resource is in order to meet that demand. In fact, there has been a potential for loads of employees of decreasing revenues. There have been policy changes under President Trump that have made it Difficult for people to be naturalized in time. It's taken longer for people to naturalized, so the policies have not bet the demand to really decrease the increasing back. Clark. Of course, some will always look for the politics. And all of this has urban any accusations that this backlog might be intentional at this point in terms of allowing it to continue to keep certain votes from being cast There's definitely our political concerns, certainly from the advocates who want to see more immigrants naturalized, even though you know there's kind of spotty pulling around us, but in general Naturalized immigrants tend to vote Democratic. It's not always the case, but it leans more that way. And so there are concerns among immigrant advocates that by allowing the back love to increase by not really addressing it head on. The Trump administration is especially allowing for for folks to be disenfranchised because they may be cast against him. Although there's you know, it's hard to prove that there is no proof that this is an intentional political efforts is suppressed votes. But certainly that is a major concern among people who want to see immigrants be moved through this process in a more efficient way. That's political reporter Michelle Lee remora online at washingtonpost dot com. The Justice Department is imposing new guidelines on how I conduct security surveillance on candidates for office and their staffs. The restrictions announced by Attorney General William Bar and a pair of memos are part of broader changes to the department's surveillance procedures. ABC Is Andrew Dim, Bert explains. Attorney General William Barr announced new rules today for the Department of Justice and FBI officials who conduct surveillance on people connected to political campaigns. It follows last year's scathing DOJ inspector general report that scrutinize surveillance against a former campaign aide to President Trump. Are also announced the creation of an office that will be responsible for internally auditing the FBI's national security related activities. And remember ABC NEWS Washington at.

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US citizenship applications are backlogged, prolonging the wait for civil and voting rights

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

02:06 min | 5 months ago

US citizenship applications are backlogged, prolonging the wait for civil and voting rights

"In naturalization applications could have an impact at the ballot box in November. Michelle Li has taken a closer look at all of this or the Washington Post, and she spoke with comas Bill O'Neill. We shall explain how this backlog could impact the election. There are hundreds of thousands of immigrants who are waiting to be naturalized as they many of them have been waiting. Much longer than the five months that the government tries to get the naturalized during and these immigrants are really a growing electorate in the country for the first time this year. Naturalized citizens are going to reach one in 10 eligible voters, and that's a really a record high number for this group of potential voters. Yet this backlog that has been getting worse and worse over time that existed before the Trump administration, but there's been policy changes and budget cuts. And then the crooner virus. That really exacerbated this backlog and means that many immigrants will not be able to vote as they had hoped. This November. It sounds as though this backlog has been around from multiple presidential administrations. Now, is there anything being done to try to move these applications along a little faster? The thing is, even though the backlog have existed. There are still lots of people applying for naturalisation infact after President Trump was elected, there was a surgeon applicants many people who were motivated by President Trump's anti immigrant rhetoric to try to become that isn't either out of concern for their safety or because they wanted to go and Vote against him. And even though there has been a surge, the USC I asked the agency that natural eyes is immigrants has not up its resource is in order to meet that demand. In fact, there has been a potential for loads of employees of decreasing revenues. There have been policy changes under President Trump that have made it Difficult for people to be naturalized in time. It's taken longer for people to naturalized, so the policies have not bet the demand to really decrease the increasing back. Clark. Of course, some will

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"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:27 min | 5 months ago

"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

"Virus. The death toll around the nation stands at more than 183,000 and waivers. Allowing flexibilities in child nutrition programs are being extended Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue pursing pushing the waivers through the end of this year or when the funding runs out. Ah Backlog and naturalization applications may have an impact on the ballot box in November. Michelle Li has taken a closer look at this for the Washington Post and talk with comas. Bill O'Neill, Michele explained how this backlog could impact the election. There are hundreds of thousands of immigrants who are waiting to be naturalized as they many of them have been waiting much longer than the five months that the government tries to get the naturalized. Turning, and these immigrants are really a growing electorate in the country. For the first time this year, naturalized citizens are going to reach one in 10 eligible voters, and that's a really record high number for this group of Potential voters. Yet this backlog that has been getting worse and worse over time. It is justice for the Trump administration, but there've been policy changes and budget cuts. And then the Corona virus. That really exacerbated this backlog and means that many immigrants will not be able to vote as they had hoped. This November. It sounds as though this backlog has been around from multiple presidential administrations. Now, is there anything being done to try to move these applications along a little faster? The thing is, even though the backlog have existed. There are still lots of people applying for naturalisation infact after President Trump was elected, there was a surgeon applicants. Many people who were motivated by President Trump anti immigrant rhetoric to try to become that isn't either out of concern for their safety or because they wanted to go and Book against him. And even though there has been a surge, the USC I asked the agency that natural eyes is immigrants has not up at three sources in order to meet that demand. In fact, there has been a potential for loads of employees of decreasing revenues. There have been policy changes under President Trump that have made it Difficult for people to be naturalized in time. It's taken longer for people to naturalized, but the policies have not met the demand to really decrease the increasing back. Clark. Of course, some will always look for the politics. And all of this has ever been any accusations that this backlog might be intentional at this point in terms of allowing it to continue to keep certain votes from being cast. There's definitely our political concerns, certainly from the advocates who want to see more immigrants naturalized, even though you know there's kind of body pulling around us, but in general Naturalized immigrants tend to vote Democratic. It's not always the case, but it leans more that way. And so there are concerns among immigrant advocates that by allowing this back love to increase by not really addressing it head on. The Trump administration is especially allowing for foreign foes to be disenfranchised because they may be cast against him. Although there's you know, it's hard to prove that there is no proof that this is an intentional political efforts is suppressed votes. But certainly that is a major concern among people who want to see immigrants be moved through this process in a more efficient way. That's political reporter Michelle Lee remora online at washingtonpost dot com. Almost Bill O'Neill Come on news time 10 20.

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"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:42 min | 6 months ago

"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay informed the Northwest's only 24 hour news station Coma News 1000 FM 97 7 30 million Americans have said will lose a $600 weekly benefit Congress in the White House are far apart on a meaningful deal. His agency's Catherine Folders. Federal pandemic Unemployment benefits officially expire on Friday, and Congress and the Trump Administration are no closer to a deal that would salvage any portion of a $600 per week check that would affect some 30 million Americans Elastic ever was mounted by Senate Republicans Thursday evening to vote on a plan that would cut the weekly federal benefit to $200. Democrats unanimously opposed the measure, saying the effort was merely a cynical political stunt. Catherine Father's ABC News Who have all heard President Trump's concerns about voting by mail in November. Most experts say worries about fraud are unfounded. However, there's a very really concern growing over a backlog of the U. S Postal Service. Which could mean delays in the delivery of mailed in ballots. Political reporter Michelle Leap has taken a closer look for the Washington Post and spoke with Cuomo's Bill O'Neill. Michelle, tell us about this backlog and some folks around the country beginning to get a little nervous about it, too. Yes, there's a lot of anxiety growing among those voters, as well as postal workers who are seeing exactly how this could go wrong in November. There is a new postmaster general. He is a top donor to President Trump that already comes with some political questions about the motives of the postmaster general. And he put a new procedure is just a couple weeks ago with her already reading two days long backlogs. He says that it's supposed to cut costs for the postal Service, which is already fired a debt and they're doing a lot of things. Now that Isa actually contributing to a backlog that is really concerning for the workers know what if anything, is being done about this At this point at the moment? Nothing is really being done that we can tell short these backlog. What the Postal Service has said, is that these changes that they're making are ultimately supposed to really make the Postal Service financially stable and that there may be some temporary impact of these changes, but that those changes are just going to be temporary. It's going to be fine in the long term. The question is at what point is it actually going to stabilize And will that happen for the November election? And no one really knows about that? Just how messy might things get? If these issues are not addressed in time for Election day, right? I mean, election's officials across the country are preparing for a massive influx and mail in ballots. Because of the current virus, and people are just too afraid to go to the polls and show up in person just in case something Congar wrong, So we're already seeing a lot of people request absentee ballots for the fall. But then you add on top of that. He's delays that are already taking place and without knowing when they're going to stop, and then you can kind of see the ingredients for a potentially chaotic November. The funding is always a tricky question when it comes to the Postal Service, But is this something that might lead to additional cash for them ahead of election day ahead of election that That's a little tight, really see major and tax. The Postal Service is billions and billions and billions of dollars in debt, and it had a financial problem for a decade. So any sort of changes they improved. The organization in the next couple months is not going to make a bet and how bad its finances are. So you know, it could make a big difference many years down the line. But before election day, though, that's unlikely. That's Michelle Li Read more online at washingtonpost dot com..

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KOMO

06:04 min | 6 months ago

"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

"O'Donnell, 79 degrees in Olympia, and we've got 82 degrees in Seattle at 5 35 We've all heard President Trump's concerns about voting by mail in November. Most experts say worries about fraud or unfounded. However, there's a very real concern growing over a backlog at the U. S Postal Service, which could mean delays in the delivery of mailed in ballots. Political reporter Michelle Li has taken a closer look for the Washington Post and spoke with come was Bill O'Neill. Michelle Tell us about this backlog and some folks around the country beginning to get a little nervous about it, too. Yes, there's a lot of anxiety growing among those voters as well as postal workers. Who are you Exactly how this could go wrong in November. There is a new postmaster general. He is a top donor to President Trump that already comes with some political questions about the motives of the postmaster general. And he put a new procedure is just a couple weeks ago, which are already reading two days long backlogs. He says that it's supposed to cut costs for the postal Service, which is already fired a debt and they're doing a lot of things. Now that Isa actually contributing to a backlog that is really concerning for the workers know what if anything, is being done about this? At this point at the moment? Nothing is really being done that we can tell to shorten these backlog. What the Postal Service has said, is that these changes that they're making are ultimately supposed to really make the Postal Service financially stable and that there may be some temporary impact of these changes, but that those changes are just going to be temporary. It's going to be fine in the long term. The question is, at what point is it actually going to stabilize and well, that happened for the November election? And no one really knows about that? Just how messy might things get? If these issues are not addressed in time for Election day, right? I mean, election's officials across the country are preparing for a massive influx in mail in ballots. Because of the current virus, and people are just too afraid to go to the polls and show up in person just in case something Congar wrong, So we're already seeing a lot of people request absentee ballots or the fall. But then you add on top of that. He's delays that are already taking place and without knowing when they're going to stop, and then you can kind of see the ingredients for a potentially chaotic November. The funding is always a tricky question when it comes to the Postal Service, But is this something that might lead to additional cash for them ahead of election day ahead of election that That's a little tight, Teo really see major and tax. The Postal Service is billions and billions of millions of dollars and that and that It had a financial problem for a decade. So any sort of changes they improved. The organization in the next couple months is not going to make a bet and how bad its finances are. So you know, it could make a big difference many years down the line. But before election day, though, that's unlikely. That's Michelle Li read more online at washingtonpost dot com. That is Como's Bill O'Neill. You've heard the reports about strange packages of seeds from China showing up in mailboxes. Comas. Manda factor has a new warning from the BBB. What should you do If you get one of these packages do not open. Those thieves Do not plant he been Spradling with the better business Bureau says Hang on to them and contact the U. S. Department of Agriculture. And Here's the new warning. If somebody has your address information to send these packages, they may have other information as well, including credit card information. Passwords to mean commerce sites like Ana Guys battling says now is the time to be vigilant change Some of those path words with your credit history and be on top of things when it comes to some of your financials, because it's scary situation right now, he says. They are getting more reports of these packages here in the Northwest. Manda Factor. Camo News and American views of China have continued to sour throughout the pandemic, according to a new report by the Pew Research Center. Senior researcher Laura Silver says there's a widespread belief that China mishandled the initial response to covert 19 which led to mass exposure to the virus. 73% of US adults have an unfavourable view of China, which is up 7% points since March alone. Monju Kulkarni, executive director of the Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council, says those changing attitudes have led to increased attacks against Asian Americans, She adds. It's incumbent on everyone to take a stand against the spread of racism. Justus people are working to prevent the spread of covert 19 Come on news time it is 5 40 Let's connect with comas bills worth of the Harley Exterior Sports desk. We've got a baseball game tonight in Seattle, but back about four months ago. That was not his certainty. But the Mariners were set to play their home opener at 6 40 tonight against the Oakland Athletics. The EMS managed three wins and four losses in their first road trip and last night's winning pitcher Marco Gonzales says there's a great chemistry building on this young team. We've got a lot of good energy right now. Really good culture of guys who, uh, who works out of the ballpark prepared and I'm proud of the guys were getting their opportunity and seizing it. So you know a lot of guys that feel really confident right now and I can't hold on Major League Baseball at a crossroads weakens the Miami Marlins have 20 Corona virus cases among their players and coaches and the ST Louis Cardinals have two players with positive. Koven 19 test their game tonight at Milwaukee. Postpone Pac 12 has released its conference. Only 2020 football schedule. 10 games were each school starting September 26. Washington State cookers would open at Oregon State. Washington House Stanford. Brendon Todd has the second round lead by two shots at the ST Jude Invitationals in Memphis Sports Update to 10 and 40 after the hour. Bill Schwartz Comeau News summer is the perfect time to tackle those indoor projects on your list, like escaping the heat and refreshing your home with new paint. Lows as he covered with our number one best selling color, agreeable.

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KOMO

03:51 min | 6 months ago

"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

"We've all heard President Trump's concerns about voting by mail in November. Most experts say worries about fraud or unfounded. However, there is a very real concern growing over a backlog at the U. S Postal Service, which could mean delays in the delivery of mailed in ballots. Political reporter, Michelle Li has taken a closer look for the Washington Post and spoke with Cuomo's Bill O'Neill. We shall tell us about this backlog and some folks around the country beginning to get a little nervous about it, too. Yes, there's a lot of anxiety growing among those voters, as well as postal workers who are seeing exactly how this could go wrong in November. There is a new postmaster general. He is a top donor to President Trump that already comes with some political questions about the motives of the postmaster general. And he put a new procedure is just a couple weeks ago, which are already reading two days long backlogs. He says that it's supposed to cut costs for the Postal Service, which has already fired a debt. And they're doing a lot of things. Now that Isa actually contributing to a backlog that is really concerning for the workers know what if anything, is being done about this At this point at the moment, Nothing is really being done that we can tell to shorten these backlog what the Postal Service has said. Is that these changes that they're making are ultimately supposed to really make the Postal Service financially stable and that there may be some temporary impact of these changes, but that those changes are just going to be temporary. It's going to be fine in the long term. The question is, at what point is it actually going to stabilize and well, that happened for the November election? And no one really knows about that? Just how messy might things get? If these issues are not addressed in time for Election day, right? I mean, election's officials across the country are preparing for a massive influx in Salem ballads. Because of the current virus, and people are just too afraid to go to the polls and show up in person just in case something Congar wrong, So we're already seeing a lot of people request absentee ballots for the fall. But then you add on top of that. He's delays that are already taking place and without knowing when they're going to stop, and then you can kind of see the ingredients for a potentially chaotic November. The funding is always a tricky question when it comes to the Postal Service, But is this something that might lead to additional cash for them ahead of election day ahead of election that That's a little tight, Teo really see major impact. The Postal Service is billions and billions and billions of dollars in that, and it had a financial problem for a decade. So any sort of changes they improved. The organization in the next couple months is not going to make up that and how bad his finances are. So you know, it could make a big difference many years down the line. But before election day, though, that's unlikely. That's Michelle Li read more online at washingtonpost dot com. And that's Como's Bill O'Neill. You've heard the reports about strange packages of seeds from China showing up in mailboxes. Como's Manda factor has a new warning Now from the better business Bureau and Stacy, I'm going to try to have you Play this package if you can, because I've got the blue Circle of death on my computer right now. You've got that, too. So let's see what we conduce about that because it's got the whole system shutting down right here, and I'm not sure if we could do much about that when we've got that going on. Nip. It's not responding, so not sure if I can do anything about that, so I might have to shut down my computer for a little bit. And start that over when that happens, so let's take a commercial break, and then we're going to work on our systems and get right.

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KOMO

04:25 min | 6 months ago

"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

"San Clemente Island, Bryan Cranston says he's a Corona virus survivor on Instagram, the breaking bad star revealed he tested positive for the disease A while back and the leader of the White House's Corona virus taskforce is urging states to mandate that people wear masks. Fuck. Debra Burke says governors and mayors in places with rising Koven. 19 cases should require face coverings to drive down those cases. Now we've all heard President Trump's concerns about voting by mail in November. Most experts say worries about fraud are unfounded. However, there is a very real concern growing over a backlog at the U. S Postal Service. Which could mean delays in the delivery of mailed in ballots. Political reporter Michelle Lee is taking a closer look for the Washington Post and she spoke with comes Bill O'Neill. We shall tell us about this backlog and some folks around the country beginning to get a little nervous about it, too. Yes, there's a lot of anxiety growing among those voters as fellas, postal workers who are seeing exactly how this could go wrong in November. There is a new postmaster general. He is a top donor to President Trump that already comes with some political questions about the motives of the postmaster general. And he put a new procedure is just a couple weeks ago with her already reading two days long backlogs. He says that it's supposed to cut costs for the postal Service, which was already fired a debt and they're doing a lot of things. Now that Isa actually contributing to a backlog that is really concerning for the workers know what if anything, is being done about this At this point at the moment? Nothing is really being done that we can tell short these backlog. What the Postal Service has said, is that these changes that they're making are ultimately supposed to really make the Postal Service financially stable and that there may be some temporary impact of these changes, but that those changes are just going to be temporary. It's going to be fine in the long term. The question is, at what point is it actually going to stabilize and well, that happened for the November election? And no one really knows about that? Just how messy might things get? If these issues are not addressed in time for Election day, right? I mean, election's officials across the country are preparing for a massive influx and mail in ballots. Because of the current virus, and people are just too afraid to go to the polls and show up in person just in case something Congar wrong, So we're already seeing a lot of people request absentee ballots or the fall. But then you add on top of that. These delays that already taking place And without knowing when they're going to stop, and then you can kind of see the ingredients for a potentially chaotic November. Now funding is always a tricky question when it comes to the Postal Service, But is this something that might lead to additional cash for them ahead of election day ahead of election that That's a little tight, really see major and tax. The Postal Service is billions and billions of millions of dollars and that and it had a financial problem for a decade. So any sort of changes they improved. The organization in the next couple months is not going to make up that and how bad it's finances are So you know, it could make a big difference many years down the line. But before election day, though, that's unlikely. That's Michelle Li read more online at washingtonpost dot com. And that's Como's Bill O'Neill, the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci is testifying on Capitol Hill. Today is Corona virus continues to spread across the United States. ABC is Katherine Fallers, has the latest Dr Anthony Fauci says he's cautiously optimistic. A vaccine for the Corona virus will be available by the end of the year, noting a study showing its early effectiveness because in the early studies in human, the phase one study, it clearly showed. That individuals who have vaccinated mounted a neutralizing anybody response that was at least comparable and in many respects better than what we see in convalescent serum from individuals who have recovered from covert, 19 found. She urged Americans to sign up for vaccine trials, saying 250,000 people have indicated their interest. Catherine Folders ABC NEWS Washington Come on news time. 12 20. That means it's time for your propel insurance, money, updates and kind of a mixed day on Wall Street. Dow is down by about 60 points, but the S and P and NASDAQ are both up..

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WTOP

05:27 min | 6 months ago

"michelle li" Discussed on WTOP

"Legislation ensures the rights of families to privacy and allows them to be part of the decision when the footage is released. This, of course, is a developing story. Stay with us here on W. T. Oprah will bring you more as we get it. 12 12. Now former President Obama issued a warning at the funeral of Congressman John Lewis yesterday that voting rights are being threatened by those in power, pointing in part to the U. S Postal Service, which is closing post offices despite increased mail in balloting that's expected for the November election, even undermining the The service in the run up to an election. It's going to be dependent on mail in ballots so people don't get sick. Joining us live now to talk more about this. Washington Post political reporter Michelle Lea Michele, the Postal Service says. These air cost cutting moves tell us how the USPS is scaling back and where it's doing this Well, it's just been two weeks that these new procedures under the new postmaster general have been in place, and it's already left two days long backlogs in mail delivery, which is really concerning for both voters for postal workers, who are very frustrated with the changes. What's happening is that they are not allowing the pay of overtime, and the Postal Service is only requiring the postal workers to pick up mail in the morning. So anything that comes in during the day is just sitting an extra day. They're shutting off machines early, presumably safe money. But starting off machines means that postal workers have to sort everything by hand, which could also lead to errors, which has asked to delay so it's already quite chaotic, and postal workers are very concerned about what it could mean for the November election. And is it significant? The states where we're seeing this happen? The most We are hearing scattered reports of these delays from all across the country. We have reports from at least 6 to 7 different states where we have heard from either postal workers are voters. And some of these are key battleground states like Michigan, North Carolina. For presidential races and voters. There have been telling us that they're worried that these delays could be a political attack on their state because they know it's important in the fall. We don't have evidence about, of course, but it is a legitimate concern and does the concern about political motivation also stem from the postmaster general's connection to President Trump? Yes, That's a big connection there that both internally and externally of within the United States Postal Service that people are paying attention to you. The new postmaster general who took the job last month is Luis the joy And he is a major donor at fundraiser for President Trump. In fact, he was the lead fundraiser for the re election of the GOP convention for the president's reelection, and he has donated more than $2 million Republican political committees just in the past four years. And this prominent donor has taken charge of an agency that is already politicised by the president. Hey has the president has called the United States Postal Service a joke? That it should be charging more for companies like Amazon, which he has had a new issue with for many years, and the fact that this is a major donor in charge is something that is definitely worth paying attention to Michelle. Thank you so much. We appreciate it. Washington Post political reporter Michelle Li there a quick check of the Dow Jack label that was down 193 points. Money news in 10 minutes on sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. The Nationals, Marlins Fillies and Blue Jays are the only teams taking tonight off ST Louis in Milwaukee's game was postponed after two Cardinals players tested positive for covert 19 nationals have the weekend off after splitting their four game. Siri's with Toronto They host the New York match Tuesday. Orioles tangle with Tampa Bay this evening, Eh? NBA wizard Resume there suspended season this afternoon when they face Phoenix coach Scott Brooks Focus. We're gonna have to take care of the basketball that's going to give us extra possessions to score when we're not getting our Point shot and be nice if we can hit you No. 10 to 12 threes a game. You want to shoot No. 30 35. We got to somehow get some stops on the defensive end for PM Tip off on 1500. AM WN ba mystics or three. You know, after last night's win over Seattle aerial, Atkins and company are averaging a league high 95 points per game. Just think we're finding a way. Um, We're not getting stagnant where China's move the ball as best we can and trying to listen to coach and don't let me ask you tomorrow. They played two in one Chicago world Golf Championship. ST. Jude Invitationals second round Brendon Todd leads at minus 10. He's four under par through 14 holes today. College Football's Big 10 preseason poll Maryland's picked to finish sixth in the East Division or how state and Wisconsin the division favorites this fall. Women's college volleyball Georgetown promotes assistant coach David Heller to head coach. Boys went 13 and 19 last season. Dave Preston w T o p. Sports.

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KOMO

04:04 min | 6 months ago

"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

"Be in the stands next month to cheer on the Indy 500 race capacity was first cut in half but is now limited to 25%. Organizers say masked will be mandatory and temperatures taken at the entrance and environmental group has filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration for failing to release public records on the termination of a programme to restore grizzly bears to the North Cascades. President Trump's campaign, the Republican Party and two affiliated committees have But more than $983 million since 2017. That's a record breaking amount toward a reelection effort. At this point in a presidential campaign, Michelle Li has taken a closer look for the Washington Post and spoke with co most Tom Khullar. Lots of money being spent on this reelection campaign. You know that just last month, his campaigns that 240 million and Joe Biden Camp, no slouch either they coughed up 165 million spending by the Trump campaign has been going on since 2017. You point out that's much earlier than previous presidents began spending Yes, we're on track to have the most expensive presidential election to date, and, as you can see from these numbers will run well, on our way, Tio billions of dollars being spent. President Trump is nearing a $1,000,000,000 just himself, along with his committees, and that's about twice as much as President Obama had had spent at this point. Unlike any other in common, President, President Trump had been spending and raising money toward his reelection earlier. Earlier and pretty much since he became president on DH. You know the results of that He has a huge war chest, and he's been spending tons of it and what he's really gotten for it. So far. That's AH, still question because Accuses slipping in national polls, Approval approval ratings have been going down, so he's not getting a ton of money at the moment, though, right? You quote Michael Malvin, the cofounder of director of the Campaign Finance Institute on Trump's Need to Maybe change is messaging or approach, especially regarding the pandemic because They can spend all the money they want. But the numbers are not good, right? You know, money will only get you so far in a campaign he can pay for ads, and we can try to shift the message. But it's really gonna be have a public feels about the way he's handling that pandemic and the way the economy is hurting voters, and he really has to be able to target Voters and specifically swing states better or make sure that his policies are rippling and more positive ways moving forward for the next couple of months before the election. Micheli with the Washington Post is where this year paper has an analysis showing. That President Trump has a narrow path to victory via electoral college majority. So in this analysis, things do not look particularly bright. Yeah, you know, we're still four months or so before the election, So you never know how the puzzle change, but There seems to be some stability in Biden's lead in certainly the national polls as well as in state polls, and that's something that the president is obviously closely watching and how his Policies are affecting, specifically voted in the states. He's bringing back the virus briefings, which he believed project strength and authority to the public, and he's Trying to make that ship turn around. All right, Michelle, thanks So much for being with us. Your pieces in The Washington Post talking about the president's unprecedented campaign spending at this stage of the re election campaign, and it's a washingtonpost dot com again. Michelle Lee And that's Como's time Hustler. The continuing Corona virus pandemic will bring about 100 layoffs to U. W Medicine comas. Bill O'Neill has more official site financial pressures caused by the continuing Corona virus pandemic as the reason behind the cuts were told, The layoffs are based on an extensive review. Hundreds of workers have already been impacted by sweeping furloughs announced back in the spring. A majority of those workers facing a layoff have already been notified and all notifications are expected to be complete within the next two weeks. Impacted programs include lab medicine, population health information technology. Involuntary psychiatric care. Colonial camo news.

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KOMO

04:07 min | 6 months ago

"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay informed. The Northwest's only 24 hour news station Coma news, 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon. Thank you for joining us on the CO Moh afternoon news. I'm Rick fan sites with ELISA Jaffe, Our editor is Jeremy Greater. The House Republican leader expects Congress to pass the next Corona virus relief stimulus bill in the first week of August. When it does he wants more money for testing and environmental group has filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration for failing to release public records on the termination of a programme to restore grizzly bears in the North Cascades. The lawsuit seeks documents related to the administration's longstanding opposition to Grizzlies in the mountain range. Coming up on camo news. I'm her Weiss bomb with new research that shows the importance of wearing a mask to help stop the spread of covert 19. President Trump's campaign, the Republican Party into affiliated committees have spent more than $983 million since 2017. That's a record breaking amount toward a reelection effort. At this point in the presidential campaign, Michelle Li has taken a closer look for the Washington Post and talked about it with Cuomo's Tom Hudler. Lots of money being spent on this reelection campaign. You know that just last month, his campaigns for 240 million and Joe Biden Camp, no slouch either they coughed up 165 million spending by the Trump campaign has been going on since 2017. You point out that's much earlier than previous presidents began spending Yes, we're on track to have the most expensive presidential election to date, And, as you can see from these numbers were one well, on our way, Tio billions of dollars being spent. President Trump is nearing a $1,000,000,000 just himself, along with his committees, and that's about twice as much as President Obama had had spent at this point. Unlike any other common president, President Trump had been spending and raising money toward his reelection earlier earlier and pretty much since he became president. On and you know the results of that He has a huge war chest, and he's been spending tons of it and what he's really gotten for it. So far. That's AH, still question because He's been slipping in national polls. Approval approval ratings have been going down, so he's not getting a ton of money at the moment, though, right? You quote Michael Malvin, the cofounder of director of the Campaign Finance Institute, on Trump's need to maybe change his messaging or approach, especially regarding the pandemic because And they can spend all the money they want. But the numbers are not good, right? You know, money will only get you so far in a campaign he can pay for ads, and he can try to shift the message. But it's really gonna be how the public feels about the way he's handling the pandemic and the way the economy is hurting voters and he really has to be able to target Voters and specifically swing states better or make sure that his policies are rippling and more positive ways. Moving forward for the next couple months before the election. Michelle Lee with the Washington Post is with this. Your paper has an analysis showing That President Trump has a narrow path to victory via electoral college majority. So in this analysis, things do not look particularly bright. Yeah, you know, we're still four months or so before the election, So you never know how the political change but There seems to be some stability in Biden's lead in certainly the national polls as well as in state polls, and that's something that the president is obviously quickly watching and how his Policies are affecting, specifically voted in the states. He's bringing back the virus briefings, which he believed project strength and authority to the public, and he's trying to make that ship turn around. All right, Michelle. Thanks So much for being with us. Your pieces in The Washington Post talking about the president's unprecedented campaign spending at this stage of the re election campaign, and that's the washingtonpost dot com Again. Michelle lied And the president was in the news today, certainly as well with the first Corona virus briefing from the White House in months, we're going to have a closer look at that coming up in about 4 15 right here on coma news that interview.

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KOMO

03:50 min | 7 months ago

"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

"Only 24 hour news station co Moh news, 1000 FM, 97 7 Thank you for joining us. I'm Rick fans, Things with ELISA Jaffe. Busy at the editors. Terminal is Jeremy Greater announced. A U. S attorney who investigated President Trump's Associates is set to meet with House Democrats. The Hill reports. Jeffrey Berman will be interviewed one week from today. Berman was looking into Trump's personal attorney as part of the Ukraine scandal. The city attorney in Seela, Washington near Yakama, says a family who put black lives matter cha cart on their street could face prosecution. If they do it again. Chock drawing on streets is a gross misdemeanor. Seela City crews washed away that chalk art. Even though the convention's haven't even happened yet former Vice President Joe Biden and President Trump are raking and piles of money ahead of the general election. Michelle Li has taken a closer look at the June numbers for The Washington Post and spoke with combos Taylor Vance ice. Let's start off with those big numbers how much money came in and which campaign did best. This is the second month in a row that the Biden campaign actually outraised. The Trump campaign, which is pretty remarkable. Given that the Trump campaign had already raised a really eye popping number. They raised 131 million, which is really a huge Figure for one month. But then the biting campaign came out, saying that they actually outraised them by 10 million at 141 million, and these figures are just they're astronomical. I mean the Obama campaign, for example, and at this point in 2012 and Joan only drew about half of that at 70 million, so both campaigns are raising a lot of fight in good better past months. Unemployment is high right now. Individuals having a hard time paying for essentials. Is it clear where the majority of this money is coming from? Is it individual donors? Well, A lot of this money is being raised from welcome doctors who are able Teo give 60 years to either. Either. By Donald Trump. There is a new way for donors to give. Now that's been really increasing over the past elections where these donors can write, you know, $1,100,000 checks at a time and be ableto. Inject the campaign with these massive checks. But the interesting thing on the Trump side as President Trump has actually a huge online donor base where very, very avid trump supporters have been giving lowest $5 sometimes $50.100 dollars just to show support for President Trump. So even though both sides are raising tons of money, several millions out of time from very wealthy people. President Trump has an advantage and that he has a very wide small dollar donor base giving and very low sun that seems like that would be really helpful during the pandemic, where people can't normally go out to, you know, fundraising rallies, and all that is the Biden campaign, able to do that kind of fundraising to provide campaign has a decent online fundraising base, but it could be doing better. In the past month abiding campaign benefited from a handful, really major fundraising events where he had very high profile surrogate. He had a fundraiser featuring President Obama. Another one with Senator I Love Warren, another one with somewhere Kamala Harris, and these events brought in Several $1,000,000 out of time by himself does have an online fundraising operation. But he's certainly benefited from these high dollar events that he's been doing a lot lately. Nowadays, he has three or four fundraisers a week, and there's which is charging like 5 to 6 figures. Her donor. Whereas President Trump has largely not been fundraising in person he held to imprison hungry there's last month, but for the most part, he's been relying on his online 100 Micheli with US on coma.

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KOMO

03:33 min | 7 months ago

"michelle li" Discussed on KOMO

"An ex girlfriend of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is now accused of helping him abuse girls as young as 14. Dylan Maxwell was arrested in charge today. Prosecutors say she recruited and groomed victims for Epstein starting Tuesday. It will be illegal for businesses in Washington state to serve customers who aren't wearing face coverings Governor Inslee, calling it the latest tool to control the spike in covered 19 cases, even though the convention's haven't even happened yet former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump Breaking and piles of money ahead of the general election. Michelle Li has taken a closer look at the June numbers for the Washington Post and spoke with co most Taylor Vance ice. Let's start off with those big numbers how much money came in and which campaign did best? Well, this is the second month in a row that the Biden campaign actually outraised. The Trump campaign, which is pretty remarkable. Given that the Trump campaign had already raised a really eye popping number. They raised 131 million, which is really a huge We're here for one month. But then the Biden campaign came out, saying that they actually outraised them by 10 million at 141 million, and these figures are just they're astronomical. I mean the Obama campaign, for example, and at this point in 2012 and Joan only drew about half of that at 70 million, So both campaigns are raising a lot of fight in good better. Past month. Unemployment is high right now, Individuals having a hard time paying for essentials. Is it clear where the majority of this money is coming from? Is it individual donors? Well, A lot of this money is being raised from welcome doctors who are able Teo give 60 years to either either by Donald Trump. There is a new way for donors to give. Now That's been really increasing over the past several elections where these owners can write, you know, $1,100,000 checks at a time and be ableto. Inject the campaign with these massive check. But the interesting thing on the Trump side as President Trump has actually a huge online donor base where very, very avid trump supporters have been giving lowest $5 sometimes $50.100 dollars just to show support for President Trump. So even though both sides are raising tons of money, several 1,000,000 at a time from very wealthy people, President Trump has an advantage and that you have a very wide small dollar donor base giving and very low sun that seems like that would be really helpful during the pandemic where people can't normally go out. Do you know fundraising rallies and all that is the Biden campaign able to do that kind of fundraising, too. A violent campaign has a decent online fundraising base. But it could be doing better in the past month abiding campaign benefited from a handful, really major fundraising events where he have very high profile surrogate. He had a Hundreds of future President Obama, another one with Senator I Love Warren, another one with somewhere Kamala Harris, and these events brought in several $1,000,000 out of time. Why did himself does have an online fundraising operation? But he's certainly benefited from these high dollar. He's been doing a lot lately. Nowadays, he had three or four fundraisers a week and which is charging like 5 to 6 figures per donor. Whereas President Trump has largely not been fundraising in person he held to In person hungry. There's last more, but for the most part, he's been relying on his online hundreds. Micheli with us.

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"michelle li" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"michelle li" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"The bullet and paying the full thirty neither appears to be the case it looks like the app for apple tv will work the same way amazon apps for ios have worked for years sign up on amazon cider one assumes through an amazon device then login on apples dbs d and stream away amazon's rival was not the only change for apples video offerings 95 max says the cupertino company has killed one of its old twitter accounts and shifted focus to another instead at i tuned movies is dead long live at apple tv if you're feeling the style gic though don't worry the fbi says tweets from the old account or buried deep in the time line of the other one in addition to heralding the arrival of prime video and live sports 95 max says the new twitter account may also be a step toward apple repackaging its video efforts into a new streaming service apple currently has multiple original series in the works with up names like steven spielberg and jennifer aniston apples existing video efforts are squeezed into apple music although carpool kariuki and planet of the apps were both developed before jamie airlift anzac van hamburg were hired from sony television to lead apples tv efforts speaking of those apples got a new heavy hitter on the scene the mac observers as cupertino zone have brought on michelle li as creative executive apple worldwide video setting report from variety the peace says lee has been that universal television based true jack productions since 2012 at apples shall answer to match journos who answers to air licht and damberg a couple of updates from apple on wednesday the maghreb servers says mac os high sierra attend that thirteen that too is out for consumers apple's release notes say this update improves compatibility with certain third birdie usb audio devices improves.

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"michelle li" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"michelle li" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"The bullet and paying the full thirty neither appears to be the case it looks like the app for apple tv will work the same way amazon apps for ios have worked for years sign up on amazon cider one assumes through an amazon device then login on apples dbs d and stream away amazon's rival was not the only change for apples video offerings 95 max says the cupertino company has killed one of its old twitter accounts and shifted focus to another instead at i tuned movies is dead long live at apple tv if you're feeling the style gic though don't worry the fbi says tweets from the old account or buried deep in the time line of the other one in addition to heralding the arrival of prime video and live sports 95 max says the new twitter account may also be a step toward apple repackaging its video efforts into a new streaming service apple currently has multiple original series in the works with up names like steven spielberg and jennifer aniston apples existing video efforts are squeezed into apple music although carpool kariuki and planet of the apps were both developed before jamie airlift anzac van hamburg were hired from sony television to lead apples tv efforts speaking of those apples got a new heavy hitter on the scene the mac observers as cupertino zone have brought on michelle li as creative executive apple worldwide video setting report from variety the peace says lee has been that universal television based true jack productions since 2012 at apples shall answer to match journos who answers to air licht and damberg a couple of updates from apple on wednesday the maghreb servers says mac os high sierra attend that thirteen that too is out for consumers apple's release notes say this update improves compatibility with certain third birdie usb audio devices improves.

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