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"George Walden Burger on this Tuesday morning, watching that chance for an isolated morning shower with much higher range chances this afternoon will update your forecast today and what to expect through tomorrow as well. Thanks, George. I'm Darryl Moody. It is 82 degrees in Orlando. Taking a live look at the radar. We've got those sea breeze showers already firing up just east or west rather of Titusville. Line of showers stretching across. I 95 between Oh, killing Titusville. Those showers are moving from east to West, continuing our team coverage. Police are investigating two different shootings that happened overnight and apartment complexes near the mall at Millenia. Orange County deputies responded to a triple shooting at the Palmetto at least male apartments at around 11. PM one victim was pronounced dead at the Seen and the two others were taken to the hospital, whether in stable condition on the other side of I four at the Bella Vita apartments, Orlando police reported no injuries after multiple shots were fired into someone's unit. The exact time of that shooting hasn't been chaired yet, and investigators in either case have no motives or suspects to discuss at the time of this report, Brandon Hogan Wdbo, one of 73 FM and AM 5, 80. Democrats from Texas have left the state all in an effort to prevent Republicans from passing voter laws. The move would temporarily paralyze the States House of represented Which requires at least two thirds of the 150 members be present for a vote after a similar move. Last month, at least 50 House Democrats boarded two private jets from Austin to Washington, D. C. When they landed in Washington, Democrats said they would not return until the 30 Day special session had ended next month. Under Texas rules absent politicians can be arrested and returned to the House floor, but the authority responsible does not have jurisdiction. Outside of Texas. I'm Mike Bauer. Thank you, Mike. It is 9 32 at W. D B o Grand Canyon University, A Christian University is one of the largest and fastest growing universities in the country, offering over 200 engaging.
"mike bauer" Discussed on 710 WOR
"7 10. W O R. It's now 5 11. In just a moment, we'll check our weather forecast. But first the Justice Department continuing to announce more arrests of high profile capital rioters and Joining us live to talk more about that is NBC radio national correspondent Mike Bauer. Mike I guess the question is did was there a knob jek to buy this crown? I mean the gold that they want to overthrow the government. They want Take hostages. Do we have any idea what their main plan is, or wasn't a smudge organizations? There's an indication of according to what we're hearing from law enforcement that have been conducting arrest here and and been putting names on the list, as well as pictures of people that they're not sure the names but Trying to get the information of those individuals is that not only did these people have different ideas and beliefs throughout, but what you're hearing from some of the people and what we saw on social media going back into the mid December even before Christmas on some level was that this was going to be a deadly day for people in Congress that you are seeing threats that this was going to be a mass execution of Congress that in some cases while people on social media were passing around maps of Washington, D. C. There were other people who are passing around maps of the tunnels of the basement of the Capitol, and some were talking about how they were going to be able to stop Congress from leaving any sort of exit is from the capital. They imagine that this was going to be the day that they were going to be mass execution of congressman again. It depends on what kind of social media you're looking at to what extreme these people were actually going to go to that level, or if they were just all talk. The question is still out there, but generally the belief here was there were people who were making threats to kill them. Anti Pelosi. There were people who were clearly chanting about Mike Pence and whether or not they should hang Mike Pence going into the capital. All of those kinds of things were happening now, whether they were gonna follow through, it's impossible to tell. Thankfully, they didn't get the opportunity to do that. But at the end of the day, there were all sorts of levels of violence that were talked about on social media as to what was going to happen, and what's further. Joe is that there are still people out there on social media and some of these right wing worlds. They're talking about doing something similar. Come the Joe Biden inauguration. The Hope here is that certainly law enforcement the FBI D. C. Police Capitol Police will all be more much more aware and cognizant of this When it comes time for that inauguration on January, 20th. Yeah. You know, I got to think that the majority of that crowd was just Yeah, Who's unhappy about the election on that? You know, Thean inspiration came from ah, much more organized and goal oriented section. Yeah, I mean, it's kind of it's kind of done haphazardly. I mean, you don't really you have a number of different smaller organizations that seem to build up to a Hey, we're getting word from President Trump that come January 6th world invited to D. C. That's the day. That's the day that the big rally is going to happen. That's the day that this is all going to go down that there were people who were coming to D. C Anyway on January 6, But once Trump said to be there, they interpreted that call as a call to action, and that was their marching orders again. I think you're right as far as the mental stability of the majority of them, But the reality is that physically they turned out they were there. They were there for a reason They got into the Capitol building. They tore it apart to a certain extent, they hurt people. To a certain extent. It wasn't what possibly their ultimate goal was. Or maybe it was a plan along the lines to do every step of that there were Of allegedly some ports of social media. That kind of indicated a plan on how this was all going to go down when you don't have necessarily one, I guess leader that you could all point to. Everybody's got their own plans, but there were plans out there. There were plans from people is to where they were going to go. How they were gonna get in how they were gonna block off tunnels. It's just seemingly not as organized as least to this point lost law officials believe All right. Thank you. Mike, NBC radio national correspondent. Mike.
"mike bauer" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Forecast. Let's bring in NBC radio National correspondent Mike Bauer talk a little bit Maura about the effort of Democrats to possibly invoked the 25th amendment and removing President Trump. They say he's acting erratically, but Mike, I'll argue he always acts erratically. There's a concern specifically on the heels of his leaving the hospital from Walter Reed that perhaps some of the medications he's taking is causing him to act erratically. And you're seeing Democrats 0.2 recent interviews, his back and forth, which again as you pointed out, has happened since the start of his presidency, but specifically over the past couple of days, the back and forth over stimulus socks and whether to have them not have them be involved, not be involved. All of that is kind of highlighting an erratic nature that they're feeling. May I felt it right back into the medications that President Trump is taking. So you saw Nancy Pelosi yesterday make the announcement that Democrats would be having a plan to create a commission to review whether President Trump or frankly, any president going forward for that matter is capable of carrying out their presidential duties, and she's going to unveil it today with Jamie Raskin, who, apparently back in 2017 introduced a similar measure. That would establish a congressional e appointed Commission of Physicians and top leaders who would evaluate the president's health both mental and physical and work with the vice president on any need of a possible transfer of power. Basically, what it says is that if if both sides of Congress both chambers of Congress asked one to do so, the commission with then conduct an examination of the president to determine whether or not he or she is impaired by physical illness, disability, mental illness, mental deficiency, alcohol or drugs. Use you name it, And then they would produce a report that we conduct an investigation produced a report and then turn it over for Congress to consider 25th amendment action. All of that, though, would still have to be passed through both chambers of Congress. And right now, there's absolutely no way Nancy Pelosi creating this bill would be passed through the Senate. Yeah, There's also a risk, I think on the part of Democrats because they seem to be acting a little radically. For three years. They have been trying to remove this guy from office. And now that, you know they've tried everything. Well, let's try this one. Yeah, That's certainly the belief that coming out from Republicans right now, that was the response that you saw almost immediately. People saying, Look, they've tried so hard with the impeachment. They tried so hard with the Russian hoax, and now this is just another attempt to make this happen to try to get the president out of office again. There's no indication that this legislation even if passed in the House would make it to the Senate to get approved and then Have the establishment of this commission to conduct an investigation and then presented to the vice president so that they can invoke the 25th of them. There's a lot of line here, so this is not in any way, shape or form looking like an immediate dog and pony chase to try to get the president out of office. This is setting something up moving forward, that there would be a movement from Congress that they would have a say, and that somebody from Congress could request whether or not there was a concern involving the president of the United States. I I just think there's a Nancy Pelosi playing mind games with the president. Could be look, She's for the best better part of the last four years. They've lived in each other's heads for red free for quite a period of time. Alright, we'll say thank you might have a go weekend. NBC radio National correspondent Mike Bauer.
RNC 2020: Trump warns Biden will 'demolish' American dream
"On the final night of the RNC last night, President Trump said. America as a whole is tumbling into chaos and lawlessness. Well, if you like this kind of political chatter, Joe Biden is weak. The problem we have right now is we're in Donald Trump's America, Then you're in for a treat over the next 10 weeks. The first set of presidential debates are scheduled for September, 29th four weeks from now, with the first vice presidential candidate scheduled one week later. And while those air certain to generate considerable media buzz, the ongoing Corona virus pen Temic makes it difficult to predict what kind of campaign events and the media coverage that typically follows will occur over the next two months. Mike Bauer, NBC News
"mike bauer" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"There is a quarantine underway for several dozen students and two adults in Okeechobee County, a teacher at an elementary school there was the first to test positive. In a couple of days later, another student in high school tested positive and contact racers have determined that two dozen or so students and a second adult came into contact with them, so they are all in quarantine. 703 Republicans are getting ready to rumble remotely renominating President Trump during their unconventional Republican national convention that kicks off the president is expected to rally his base and try to appeal to anyone in the middle who still undecided. Florida International University is Brian Fonseca says Polls show Joe Biden is at a trump. But he believes the race is much closer than polls are indicating. There's the idea of silent majority that Trump boast is really in his camp, despite the fact the polls suggesting that Biden is out in front. His convention was supposed to be held in Charlotte before being moved to and cancelled from Jacksonville amid Corona virus concerns. Now there will be several meetings in Charlotte this week. But the president will formally accept his party's nomination live from the White House. Thursday. Wendi Grossman, NewsRadio 6 10 W Y. O D. Joe Biden is getting a boost in his polling numbers following last week's DNC. A new ABC News sepsis poll shows. His favorability rating jumped from 40% before the convention to 45% after meantime, the same polls show 32% of voters have a favorable opinion of President Trump. Who's got a chance to turn that number around this week at the Republican National Convention. Meanwhile, Kellyanne Conway, the longtime adviser to President Trump is leaving the White House at the end of August. Conway, who was Trump's campaign manager, before she became one of his dawn She's defenders in the White House, said that she and her husband disagreed about plenty. But we are united on what matters most. The kids. George Conway, co founder of the anti Trump Organization, Lincoln Project, also said Sunday that he's leaving the group to devote more time to family. The couple's daughter, Claudia, had tweeted earlier in the month that she was pushing for romance. Patient from her parents, citing years of childhood trauma and abuse. Mike Bauer, NBC news radio. It's now 70 for Tic Tac is suing the Trump administration. The Social media company says it's going to challenge the president's executive order that would effectively banned tech talk in the US unless it is sold to an American buyer. Tic TAC released a statement over the weekend, saying they have quote sought to engage in good faith to provide a constructive Solution. Mom, he going for a serious sweep tonight as they face the Pacers in the Orlando bubble. The Magic will try to even their series with the Bucks as they trail 2 to 1. Well, A shark is responsible for a man's injuries up in Volusia County. The 23 year always been on the foot in New Smyrna Beach didn't require hospitalization, though Lish County Beach Safety Ocean Rescue says he was standing in chest deep water at the time and never saw the shark. Also, lifeguards were able to save nine people from drowning yesterday because of strong.
Senate Could Be in Session Until Deal Reached on Coronavirus Bill
"Negotiations are still ongoing between the top congressional Democrats and the Trump Administration on additional Corona virus stimulus package. The trigger points that Congress won't do its job. You have them out on TV, lying today about who's holding up the $600 extension. Speaking with reporters, counselor to the president, Kellyanne Conway said Congress is failing to do its job after no deal was reached before unemployment benefits expired last week. The policy deadlines at least to this point haven't sparked a deal in the Senate is scheduled to leave for an August recess at the end of this week, But there's 06 It's something will come together before then. Neither side wants to leave town for the month without reaching an agreement. But at this point that agreement and the process of actually getting it through Both chambers is a long way off. Mike Bauer, NBC News
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"And Ted. Indeed, stocks were really tumbling here at the open this morning and we've got the Dow already down 315 points, 26,223. The S and P is lower by 33 points at 30 to 20 for the NASDAQ is down 88 at 10,450 to these air declines of at least 1% or in the case of the S and P and the Dow a little bit more as investors dig into this latest report on GDP in the second quarter, the report shows. The economy shrank at an almost 33% annualized rate, and that is the most on record amid the pandemic, going back to the 19 forties. Initial jobless claims They came in, and another 1.4 million Americans just a little bit more than that, actually seeking their first time benefits last week. I'm Gina Servitia Bloomberg for News Radio, 600 KOGO. Thanks. Gina, The man at the center of a controversial arrest by La Mesa Police has found a lawsuit against the city of La Mesa, and the officers involved 23 year old Omari Johnson suit. Claims arrest without probable cause negligence, excessive force and violence because of race. His lawsuit names officers Matt Vegas and six John Doe's Johnson was arrested for smoking in public at the Grossmont Trolley Center and officer Davis was caught on camera, pushing him down onto a bench after an internal investigation. All charges were dropped against Johnson. Dr Anthony found, she says, Don't think about getting infected with the Corona virus. Mike Bauer has more getting infected is not a trivial issue because we don't know what the long term consequences off. She says that the hard hit South and West states like Florida, Texas, Arizona and California look like they may be cresting and coming back down. But he added states like Ohio, Tennessee, Indiana and Kentucky or seeing a subtle but worrisome uptick in positivity rates that suggests they may be getting into the same sort of trouble. A fire sign. You've got to be really careful, he said. Mike Bauer, NBC NEWS Radio. Congress remains at a standstill over negotiations for Phase four Corona virus stimulus package not just between Republicans and Democrats, but also within Senate Republicans. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell addresses that division. I do have.
CDC delays school reopening guidance
"Delayed guidelines for school re openings, Others are offering advice. The White House says. They want kids being able to attend each and every day at their school are the science do not stand. In the way of this. Meanwhile, the CDC is delaying the release of new guidance to safely opening school, saying they're not ready to come out this week on a local level, Dr. David Peterman, a pediatrician and CEO of Primary Health Medical Group in Idaho, says before you open schools, you have to see that the positivity rate is 5% or less, typically, meaning the disease is under control. Mike Bauer, NBC
Largest single-day increase in COVID-19 cases worldwide
"Word for the World Health Organization that we have just endured the biggest single day increasing cases of covert nineteen Mike Bauer on this story more than one hundred eighty three thousand new cases of a novel coronavirus were recorded around the world Brazil accounted for a huge chunk of the new cases with fifty four thousand followed by the United States at just over thirty six thousand and fifteen thousand new cases in India overall the U. S. has by far the world's highest number of reported infections with over two point two million in the highest death toll which stands at about a hundred twenty
Michigan priest goes viral for drawing water gun in fight against coronavirus: '2020, folks'
"Michigan priest maintaining social distancing by using a squirt gun to shoot holy water photos posted on social media by the St Ambrose church of the Reverend Tim pelt a Roman Catholic priest in the Detroit area shooting water into a car window as it stopped by the steps of the church on Easter he wore a mask face shield and rubber gloves as further precautions against spreading the coronavirus the photos of the priest of the church in Grosse Pointe park have inspired memes online one shows the seventy year old priest in the fires of hell directing the squirt gun at devil like figures pelt said he was a little concerned about how the Vatican might react when the photos in scoring holy water began circulating widely on the internet but he said I haven't heard anything yet Mike Bauer NBC
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"Businesses Mike Bauer NBC news radio federal funds are headed to hospitals in the areas hit hardest by the corona virus as well as rural hospitals health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar this money that's going out for hardest hit hospitals in the hot zones as well as the critical ten billion dollars that we're sending out to rural hospitals and rural clinics that's money that's going to support the hospital that gave up elective procedures which is how they make so much of their money California hospitals alone say they've lost eighteen billion dollars during the pandemic Nike says it's donating thirty thousand pairs of shoes to healthcare professionals working the corona virus last year Nike introduced the air zoom plus specifically for the healthcare athlete theater operators may not like it but we may in the future see more and more movies released first via on demand streaming Universal Studios was forced to do it with trolls world tour one all the theaters had to shut down because of the corona virus during its first three weeks the animated kids film available through iTunes Amazon prime video and others took in more than one hundred million dollars Shanghai Disneyland plans to re open in mid may it's been closed since January twenty fifth because of the pandemic it will be the first Disney park to re open since the corona virus hit consumer and business news Peter.
"mike bauer" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Reopen the country researchers say the virus has mutated into something maybe even more contagious got to scared let's bring in NBC radio national correspondent Mike Bauer with the details on that one morning Mike yeah good morning Joe you're looking at a report out of southern California saying that there seems to be a new strain of the corona virus that has become a dominant strain worldwide it appears to be more contagious than the versions that spread in the early days of the covert nineteen pandemic according to the study from the Los Alamos National Laboratory the only times reports that researchers link that new strain and I think the new strain can be can spread faster and make people vulnerable to a second infection after their first so you've already caught the coronavirus you may have already gone through any to symptoms or it could be a symptomatic but you've gone through it you come out the backside of that and now they're saying that this new strain can make those people immoral to a second infection immunity Hartley up out the door at that point in time it states that this new strain originated in Europe at some point back in February but then quickly spread to the east coast of the U. S. and has since become the dominant coronavirus strain around the world thank you let's go to the re opening debate here you have the president as a cheerleader yesterday saying we have to re open and the word this morning from New York New Jersey not what we're going to remain locked down it looks like the country's kind of divided on this in this big portions of the country where people are going back to work in here in New York we're gonna we're still you know hiding right well there's there's mixed messaging throughout this because you have on one hand Joe clearly to help individual health officials indicating that this is something that we need to continue to us safely on some level social distance ourself you're seeing that overseas in Britain they're saying that they're going to take this slowly you're getting reports that supposedly the governor of Texas even though he's been talking about re opening as well I had a phone conversation were you talking about how dangerous it was to do this in the wrong fashion to do this too soon you're seeing those numbers skyrocket from exactly the model the president trump had been using for a number of months here stating that we would have up to sixty thousand as well now we've surpassed seventy one thousand and we're continuing to climb and those are questions about the health officials indicating whether or not this is a safe time to do it but at the same time you've got a number of Americans who are on edge you want to get back to work one need to need to be earning checks who haven't been able to make any payments at all while they've been locked up in this coronavirus world so there's a whole bunch of going back and forth here as to what what's right what's not one of the indicators clearly that president trump wants to move forward is the reports yesterday from vice president Mike pence at the White House is considering disbanding the coronavirus task force it seems a little premature in a little early here but it's a clear indication president trump wants to be done with this thing whether it's done or not all right NBC radio national correspondent Mike Bauer thank you Mike take care and be.
"mike bauer" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Businesses Mike Bauer NBC news radio federal funds are headed to hospitals in the areas hit hardest by the corona virus as well as rural hospitals health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar this money that's going out for hardest hit hospitals in the hot zones as well as the critical ten billion dollars that we're sending out to rural hospitals and rural clinics that's money that's going to support the hospitals that gave up elective procedures which is how they make so much of their money California hospitals alone say they've lost eighteen billion dollars during the pandemic Nike says it's donating thirty thousand pairs of shoes to healthcare professionals working the corona virus last year Nike introduced the air zoom plus specifically for the healthcare athlete theater operators may not like it but we may in the future see more and more movies released first via on demand streaming Universal Studios was forced to do it with the trolls world tour when all the theaters had to shut down because of the corona virus during its first three weeks the animated kids film available through iTunes Amazon prime video and others took in more than one hundred million dollars Shanghai Disneyland plans to reopen in mid may it's been closed since January twenty fifth because of the pandemic it will be the first Disney park to re open since the corona virus hit consumer and business news Peter finch NBC news radio L. you're hearing coast to coast AM with George Noory live from somewhere deep below the earth on premier networks all day dot com rolling along.
Judge Rejects Roger Stone's Attempt To Remove Her From His Case
"There the judge presiding over a long time trump allies just Roger stone's case denies a motion he filed seeking to have her disqualified is Mike Bauer after president trump amplified claims of a bias trial on Twitter judge Amy Berman Jackson said stone and his lawyers had failed to back up their allegations of bias with any factual or legal support but Jackson noted that her very general comment on jurors serving with integrity did not purport to and did not have anything to do with stones motion for new trial writing the pleading appears to be nothing more than an attempt to use the court's docket to disseminate a statement for public consumption that has the words judge and
What questions do voters have for the Democratic presidential candidates?
"In Nevada this morning many voters say that they are still torn over who they will vote for Kate BK's Mike Bauer reports nearly two dozen voters echoed similar concerns about their votes choose to cast their vote based on electability or support a candidate whose positions on key issues match their own overwhelmingly healthcare was the most significant issue for voters interviewed at three polling locations in Las Vegas Tuesday that concern is only matched by picking a candidate that may be able to be president trump in November some voters said they chose moderate candidates in the hope that they would draw in undecided voters in the general election in some cases selecting a candidate that has experience in Washington over a new comer that might face roadblocks Mike Bauer news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. helping to lawmakers have apologized for the state's role in detaining thousands of Japanese Americans in internment camps during World War two years assemblymen al Morris two G. B. goal of the resolution is for California to lead by example by acknowledging our past mistakes learning the lessons of history so that we do not repeat history the apology comes nearly eighty years after almost one hundred twenty thousand Japanese Americans were ordered to leave their jobs and homes scented ten internment camps in western states and
"mike bauer" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We'll check our weather forecast but right now let's bring in NBC radio national correspondent Mike Bauer to talk about the president's tweets this morning Attorney General William Barr says it kind of undercuts him and just as bar was trying to explain that tweet we have another one from the president this having to do with that meeting with governor Cuomo the White House lot of people are rose saying Hey this is another quid pro quo yeah this is this is a situation where any and I think you saw this sort of detailed in bill bars eye opening interview if you will where you have the Attorney General indicating that when you've got a president who tweets as much as president trump does in and doesn't just use it for the the big ten I guess getting your followers together are rallying around something he uses it for policy this is the first time that we've had a president Joe this seems to be using a Twitter burst and social media to institute policy into delegate policy in some cases that that is becoming a situation it's making it more more difficult for the government to function on any level and it brings more questions than anything else because in the case of possible timing is what bill Barr indicated yesterday this may just have been a coincidence work bar was trying to talk about the Roger stone hearing whether or not there was a little bit too much time put on what was the suggested amount of time for the department of justice four four Roger stone to go to jail for and then the president tweets something about that and congratulates Bill barber getting involved like it all seems like it's dirty politics in the president's somehow is the puppet master behind the strings when you have a situation like yesterday that this may be a quid pro quo eight this for that kind of element again it could just be coincidence it could just be president trump sort of speaking out of turn is some people tend to do on social media but when the president is doing it and when the president has used that exact platform for policy in the past now this becomes a much greater area and the concern actually is a lot of people inside government it has been for awhile now what is the president is tweeting about and how this becomes a much more destructive force behind the scenes well we're certainly been a powerful tool for president trump me to help them get elected it's continued to feed the base but I think this Sir Cuomo one yesterday I mean it he was pretty blunt about that he's here all you stop investigating me and maybe we can get a deal why I use that doesn't get much more quick wish that I'd be that bad almost as verbatim as a policeman I'll give you ten thousand dollars to leave me and not give me a ticket right now that's about as bribery based quid pro quo is you can get and again now we have to ask questions about that I mean in the case of bill Barr yesterday saying you know he saw the switch from president trump and actually it puts him in a bad position because then bill Barr has to go okay do I already insist upon what I talked about with my staff and sentencing recommendations being too long or now do I have to pull back on that because the president made this tweet and it looks bad if I go forward with it so what kind of a decision do I have to make in order to get things done or do I just stop all together because of what the president's tweet it so just by putting it out is this now looks like there's the deal between call on president trump on the table on some level and that looks sketchy at best that opens the door to a whole New World of investigations for Democrats then like the president's tweets and he's reached a new level I guess with these last couple one sorry Mike have a good weekend we'll talk to Monday NBC radio national correspondent Mike but anywhere five fourteen here on this Friday morning time to check our weather with meteorologist race stages at the weather can trade is done sunshine now start to work in any clouds give way to a clear sky this morning Sonny this afternoon cold thirty three degrees this afternoon structure that will be the high for the day that's already occurred this morning tonight clear cold seventeen suburbs colder might be some single digits popping up west and north especially about some tomorrow thirty two milder by Sunday classic way to sunshine in the mid forties from the weather channel I mean you're all just restated on seven ten W..
Trump reportedly approved Soleimani's killing last June
"President trump reportedly authorize the killing of the top Iranian general Soleimani seven months ago okay if BK's Mike power reports according to NBC news curtain former trump administration officials say the trouble prove the plan last June based on the condition that it would only go ahead if Iran's increased aggression resulted in the death of an American U. S. contractor was killed and four U. S. service members were wounded in an attack by Iranian proxies in Iraq days before Solomon his death the report casts serious doubt on the trump administration's justification for the attack the president has repeatedly stated solo money was killed because he was planning imminent attacks on American embassies Mike Bauer news ninety three point one K.
Giuliani says he's "more of a Jew" than George Soros
"Former New York mayor Rudy guiliani is saying Jewish billionaire and Holocaust survivor George Soros is hardly a Jew president trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani claims in a new interview the George Soros placed and controlled for ambassadors in Ukraine and opposing the billionaire does not make him anti semitic the Catholic ex mayor said I'm more of a Jew than Soros's adding he doesn't belong to a synagogue he doesn't support Israel he's an enemy of Israel the American Jewish committee push back against Giuliani's comments as well saying no matter you're not more of a Jew than Soros they tweeted you're entitled to your views and announcing his but it's offensive to deny anyone's faith and worse to endorse classically anti semitic conspiracy theories Mike Bauer for seven ten W. will
Five sentenced to death in Khashoggi murder
"To roll five people have been sentenced to death in Saudi Arabia for the murder of the Washington post columnist Jamal Khashoggi to Washington post journalist and critic of the Saudi regime was murdered at the Kingdom's consulate in Istanbul last year in addition to the five people who will be executed three will be imprisoned for twenty four years according to a statement read out of the public prosecutor's office in Riyadh on Monday a number of high ranking adviser to crown prince Mohammed bin Selmon were not found guilty reports said a public prosecutor said to top officials who are under investigation a former deputy intelligence chief and a former royal adviser would not be charged Mike Bauer for seven ten
House debates Trump impeachment ahead of historic vote
"Phone house lawmakers have determined the length and terms of the floor debate on two articles of impeachment against president trump so what comes next in the Senate after today's vote KP Kay's Mike Bauer has a preview despite the center having to swear in as impartial jurors upon the impeachment hearing a president trump Mitch McConnell says no I'm not for sure if your this is a political process but at the end of the day it's Chief Justice John Roberts not the Majority Leader who will be making all of the key decisions in the Senate trial the Senate's rules of procedure and practice explicitly provide the Chief Justice shall preside over the trial and that it is the presiding officer who shall direct all forms of the proceedings if McConnell wants to change the rules he has less than twenty four hours to do so in a way that can swing a Senate Majority once the house votes to
DOJ to release report on whether FBI illegally monitored Trump campaign
"Inspector general Michael Horowitz is office will release a long awaited report today on whether the FBI conducted illegal surveillance of a former trump campaign aide KP case Mike Bauer report the long awaited IG report will cover what president trump and his allies contend with the F. B. I. improperly spying on trump's campaign reports from folks familiar with a draft of the report say that Horowitz is expected to offer sharp criticism of the F. B. I. but may also concluded the bureau was justified in launching its to your inquiry and the trump campaigns possible ties to Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election Mike Bauer news ninety three point one K. F.
Impeachment updates: Pelosi calls for drafting of articles of impeachment
"Well speaker Nancy Pelosi directing the Judiciary Committee to start drafting articles of impeachment against president trump we get details from Mike Bauer was confidence and humility was allegiance to our founders and a heart full of love for America to day I am asking our chairman to proceed with the articles of impeachment policy said trump abuse the law and violated the constitution in the Ukraine scandal hello he added the facts are uncontested the president abused his power for his own personal political benefit at the expense of our national security she argued that no one is above
US held record number of migrant kids in custody in 2019
"Reports indicate an unprecedented number of migrant children were held in U. S. government custody over the past year Mike Bauer has more that numbers it's at sixty nine thousand five hundred fifty migrant children held in U. S. government custody that's up forty two percent in this fiscal year from twenty eighteen the report states around four thousand kids are still in government custody with more arriving each week the data shows more kids have been detained away from their parents in the U. S. than any other country a federal judge found this month that the government's policy has caused severe mental trauma the parents and their children and the U. S. government officials were aware of the risks associated with family separation when the
Trump officials face looming deadlines in impeachment inquiry
"Democrats in Congress are returning some big deadlines in the impeachment inquiry of president trump care because my power reports this schedule begins with the deposition of president trump's former top national security council Russia specialist Fiona hill hill is expected to discuss the ouster of longtime diplomat Maria von of age and how Rudy Giuliani the president's personal lawyer and Gordon Sunland the U. S. ambassador to the European Union or operating a Ukraine policy outside of the National Security Council later in the week subpoenas issued for documents from vice president Mike pence defense secretary mark asper energy secretary Rick Perry and acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney will come due and Wednesday the two associates of Rudy Giuliani arrested at a Washington DC airport before leaving the country are expected to answer subpoenas to testify Mike Bauer news ninety three point one K.
Two Giuliani Associates Who Helped Him on Ukraine Charged With Campaign-Finance Violations
"New reports this morning show that the arrested Giuliani associates tried to cut a business deal in Ukraine boasting of ties to trump Mike Bauer reports to associates of Rudy Giuliani arrested for giving money to a political action committee supporting president trump were also part of a conspiracy to funnel foreign money in the U. S. elections the Florida businessman had been helping Giuliani in his efforts to investigate former vice president Biden and his family in Ukraine trying to make money by drumming up a deal to sell liquefied natural gas to Ukraine's big state energy company all while simultaneously pushing for the removal of the Ukrainian gas executive hailed for his anti corruption efforts the indictment also details a push by the two men to oust the then US ambassador to Ukraine Marie of bondage whom trump recall for her position earlier this year Mike Bauer NBC
Kremlin Says It Hopes Putin’s Calls With Trump Won’t Be Made Public
"Russia by the way is now urging the White House to be careful and use caution before thinking about releasing more transcripts of phone calls between the nations presidents more on that from correspondent Mike Bauer White House releasing a rough transcript of a call between president trump and Ukraine presidents Lynskey seems to have shaken the Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was asked today if Moscow was worried the White House could publish transcript of trump's calls with Russian president Vladimir Putin he responded that we would like to hope that it wouldn't come to that in our relations which are already troubled by a lot of
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"It is five eleven will get to weather in just a moment joining us now NBC radio national correspondent Mike Bauer we'll talk about this impeachment process the new twist this morning is that the whistle blower complaint is about to be made public what can you tell us about it Michael. in regards to whistle blower complaint there's not a whole lot it's been said because it had been classified up into what we're hearing late last night where it may have been declassified in the hold office been that it will be released at some point in time possibly this morning the complaint that started this whole thing officially could be released today the whistle blower also reportedly during in in this than what we're hearing from some people who have read it is that he identified multiple White House officials who allegedly witnesses and could corroborate the complaints contents we know the intelligence community inspector general Michael Atkinson reportedly interview the witnesses in the complaint and according to a justice department memo explaining the administration's stance initially that they would withhold the complaint from Congress and that's why you're going to have the hearing coming into play today in regards to why that was with hell was that something that was done against the law was this was a blower port supposed to be on congress' desk for them to further investigate and how that process went down what that was like on the whistle blower who has made accusations against president from may according to reports as well have had an arguable political bias because there were suggestions within the whistle blower that the person was in favor of a rival political crack tentative although it does not reveal what those indicators are specifically nor does it name any sort of a political rival that they would have been associated with so there are still questions we're still gonna have lots of reviews but you're getting some indication that there are things to be worried about their Ben Sasse and and again when you're taking a look at whether or not he who has seen the whistle blower port so there should be some concerns as it he find it deeply troubling I guess the question is going to be mainly for the Democrats here is is this enough to move forward with impeachment it's clear the president trump is a guy that doesn't stay within the presidential look guard rails there any kind of goes outside the box from time to time but it is bad enough to generate a public support to impeach him thrown out of office it's gonna be the big question give the public support part is going to be the big parties according to what Democrats say they say. yes the fact that he brought in another governmental dig up dirt on Joe Biden that would certainly filled Patel that obligation what you saw from Nancy Pelosi when she made the announcement of the impeachment she indicated that there was no requirement that there be any quid pro quo in the conversation if the president of the United States brings up what you want that you want somebody to investigate something about his political opponents that is self evident it's not right we don't ask for governments to help in our election as the statement made by Nancy Pelosi so whether or not there was any quid pro quo according to Democrats and according to her statement on impeachment unnecessary just the president's soliciting that on some level would be would they found high crimes and misdemeanors the NBC radio national correspond my power thanks.
DNC: Virtual caucus systems could be vulnerable to hacking
"Well it turns out the DNC does not like the idea of a virtual caucus sources say that the DNC will recommend rejecting Iowa's virtual caucus proposal due to security concerns and that the modest acuity system faces a similar peril the proposed virtual system is telephone based voting designed to allow Democrats to allow in absentee votes rating their presidential preferences in a rank choice style the decision has the potential to cause the most disruption in Iowa which is traditionally held the first in the nation vote scheduled to take place February third twenty twenty I'm reporter Mike Bauer adds that six months ago it was the Iowa Democratic Party who pitched this idea obviously hoping for a yes they were appealing to critics who have said for a long time the I will caucus should be accessible to voters who can't show up in
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"Investigators still trying to figure out exactly what happened to billionaire Jeffrey abstain he was found almost unconscious in his jail cell the other day and a lot of theories being bandied about let's get the latest now joining us live NBC radio national correspondent Mike Bauer good morning Mike yeah good morning Joe he is up back in jail and Jeffrey obscene is on suicide watch after he was found injured in that jail cell Wednesday evening authorities investigating the cause of the injury to abstain who is awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges and it's unclear how he got this neck injury a couple of theories being batted around the one big question are there surveillance cameras everywhere in jail investigators are theorizing a few different possibilities as to what happened a couple of sources told NBC news apps team tried to hang himself investigators believe apps dean may have done this to himself on purpose possibly as a ploy to get transferred out of the jail on some level it's also possible that sting was attacked by another inmate fourth possibility is it going back to him attacking himself for on some level doing tours to himself on purpose could have been to get some sort of further watch over him so nobody was messing with him and president of Ortiz had also reportedly question a fellow inmate Nicholas start tag we own a former New York police officer was accused of killing four men in twenty sixteen hi tech Leone says at least attorneys say the day in that that I I need kind of an attack on apps D. whatsoever so others are still pointing out that empties powerful connections could make him one of the world's most dangerous witnesses and us maybe the need for extra protection now okay I I I I you know I'm hearing this morning that they're kind of walking away from the the suicide theory that they think he probably either stage this or was attacked yeah there say that the injuries warrant drastic enough to appear to be an actual suicide attempt on some level so that this may have been stated or the or or even a staged attack element again going back to the belief that if you've got suicide watch on some level you had further protection from anything actually happening to you in jail which could be what was happening here this could have been that element of of him trying to do whatever it took to get a further implementation of closer watch and now under suicide watch you have that yeah he's probably got a big target on his back you're right all right Mike thank you NBC radio national correspondent Mike Bauer.
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"Our weather forecasts. But I if you're on Facebook live, be careful policy is being announced, and let's get the latest on that. Joining us live is NBC radio. National correspondent Mike Bauer. So what's his story here? Mike joe. This is a one strike policy that Facebook is lamenting that will ban users who commit various offenses from broadcasting over Facebook live for a set period of time. Even if the offense isn't related to the use of the live streaming service before this all happen. The way Facebook's policy was indicated was that you would on some level. If you had an offensive, some kind your post would be taken down, repeat offenders would be blocked from using Facebook for a certain period of time in extreme cases. They were banned from the social network indefinitely. Now, anyone violates Facebook's most serious policies will be barred from using Facebook live for a set period of time starting with their first offense they didn't give any specific details as to infractions and penalty periods. But at this point, it looks like. It could be an indefinite ban at some time, and there's all sorts of stems from what happened with the Christ Church shooting was done Facebook, live in the pressure that came down on Facebook from there. And since that time they've been trying to create some sort of an opportunity to use artificial intelligence to try to track what's going on Facebook live. It's impossible to do that with manpower, but they say that they have been slipping and, and not getting the results, they wanted to get from a I detection, as far kind of hard to stop this stuff ahead of time. Yeah. They're saying that in this particular case with the Christ shooter if they're using the policy that they're now putting into play because there were reports that the shooter on some of been posting messages on Facebook before doing the live streaming. So the belief is that if they had known that, and if this policy been in play, he would have been banned immediately would have prevented him from having video released on Facebook live. So that's the theory that they're rolling with this point. They think that if they can stop them early on. There's a good chance. It can stop and prevent these types of things from getting out on live Facebook video. Good idea. Thank you, Mike. NBC radio national correspondent Mike Bauer have a good weekend. We'll get to our weather meteorologist Ray Stagich, get the weather channel's here with our forecast right off in the shower threat. Go up as clouds on the increase through this morning. Showers coming in the afternoon..
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"Ten W O R. It's now five eleven in just a moment to check on the weather forecast. Now back to the budget story. The president ready to sign that budget deal that will keep the government open and then declare a national emergency to get his wall. Bring. NBC radio national correspondent Mike Bauer with a closer look at this one. Obviously, Mike this is going to end up in the courts, right? Yeah. This is definitely going to be a fight here. That's going to start with almost some immediacy here. When the president declares a national emergency today and kind of details where he's expected to go to try to get some of this funding, and he has to make that absolutely clear here, you're going to see the defense coming in on behalf of Nancy Pelosi Democrats in the house, you're probably going to see that carried over into the Senate on some level where they're going to have to take some votes in regards to this. And then there's a possibility of vetoing. And that's before it even gets to the court. So there's gonna be a fight in the political world. I then you're going to see a polite a fight moving forward in the legal world that could go on for a period of time. Here could go on for weeks, if not months even into a year or so plus as the president is going into his twenty twenty reelection bid. So this is a fight that is going to be moving from congress. Literally, we'll see it shifting from congress into the legal court systems here in a matter of weeks. I guess it's gonna come down to. Whether or not the president has the sole responsibility of deciding what a national emergency is. Yeah. Yeah. And and with that what has he made the case for the national emergency portion of this as well. Because again, we're using an emergency element here that could require having the military build the portion of the fencing or the wall that the president is looking at with this funding that he's got here. And have we even made a call that is seemingly enough that there couldn't be an emergency for this crisis? At the president hasn't been talking about down on the southern border that seems to be unclear at this point as well. Now, he's looking to get in there some reports right now that he's looking to get somewhere in the range of eight billion dollars some of it through the defense department's military construction budget some of it from the defense department's drug interdiction efforts. And then the Treasury Department's drug forfeiture program, you add that to the one point three seven five billion offered up by Democrats. You've got about eight billion dollars the president will be signing for here fighting for here. But that's just the start of those legal challenges going through if he's able to take money from those areas without fights. I'll be shocked. You know, it's going to be an interesting court case here because you know, I mean presidents have had the national emergencies declared in the past. So, you know, who's going to we're going to have to submit these to arbitration every time the prison thinks there's an emergency. Oh, yeah. And that's going to be definitely a key going forward here. If this is approved if this goes through the courts, and they're saying, well, we're going to side with the executive branch on this. Well, then what's to prevent a president Bernie Sanders. Our president Kamala Harris having some sort of issue when it comes to climate change or gun control on some level going forward. So that's a precedent that Republicans are concerned about here. In addition to the fact that with all of this, you know, you've had the last two national emergencies where President Obama talking about swine flu issue, and then you had at nine eleven George W Bush shortly after the twin tower attacks, so you've got quite a range there in regards to what can and can't be accepted on some level is a national emergency. This is going to be interesting to see how this is fought through the courts. All right, NBC radio. National correspondent Mike Bauer. Thank you. Mike have a good weekend..
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"Is ten thirty one on Capitol Hill. Lawmakers have little more than a week to get a deal done to prevent a second shutdown Senate Republicans negotiating border security, say they're still not sure just what kind of compromise the president will support as we hear from correspondent Mike Bauer. Goshi ations just past their first week of existence. Senate Republicans indicated that they were prepared to agree to less money for the border wall. Then Trump wants Senator ROY blunt says both sides have moved off their initial positions. Adding Trump's five point seven billion dollars is not a magic number. That's for sure. But when asked whether it was Trump's view as well blood said, oh, I don't know about that. I think at the end of the day would be if we can write this thing the right way to meet the February fifteen deadline. Lawmakers said they need to finalize a deal by the end of this week or early next week. Meantime, the president is weighing in on a potential Senate run for a rising star in the Democratic Party. President Trump told the Atlanta Journal constitution Wednesday. It would be a mistake for Stacey Abrams to run against Republican Senator David Perdue, Georgia Trump added that Purdue was incredible. And would be hard to beat Abrams gave the democratic party's response to the state of the union on Tuesday night, the former candidate for Georgia governor is expected to decide soon on whether or not to enter the Senate race and his correspondent Lisa Carter. A group of Democrats in Washington pushing now for what they call a green new deal. Senator Ed Markey, teaming up with freshman rep Alexandria, oh, Cossio Cortez of New York to spearhead this plan. The aim is a transformation of the US economy to focus on clean renewable energy and the fight against climate change to say they want to eliminate America's carbon footprint by the year. Twenty thirty with dramatic increases in both wind and solar power. We are expected to hear more from the Senator about this. Today, of course, when we get those updates. We'll bring them to you right here on WBZ radio now outside this new deal climate change still front and center of the debate in Washington, even with some Baystate ties as we hear from WBZ's KENDALL Buhl auto day in which the newly democratic house of representatives held hearings on the issue. Climate reports were released by NASA. Noah and scientists overseas saying last year was the fourth warmest on record. Nasa. Climatologist Gavin Schmidt says it's become an alarming new normal five years have been the.
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"Seven ten W O ARA five eleven and time for another check on the situation with the government shutdown playing a little hardball politics, the president and Nancy Pelosi. Let's get more on that from NBC radio national correspondent Mike Bauer. Mike morning morning. Joe? Yes. One Trump adviser called it round one Godzilla vs. King Kong came to an end date twenty seven of the government shutdown here on day twenty eight. All of that the seemed to be in response to house. Nancy Nancy Pelosi house speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested that the president delay the state of the union address the president. Then postpone Nancy Pelosi is planned overseas trip with other members of congress to visit us troops in Afghanistan shortly before they were scheduled to in the military plane. So President Trump Nancy Pelosi trading talents yesterday, no end in sight for a partial government shutdown about to embark on its fifth week over the border wall construction in terms of where this is not going to do anything to help come to a compromise here. I assume no, no, no, no this right hook, right uppercut, kind of the way this is going here in round one. And at least at this point right now no negotiations plan going into the weekend. But this is having an effect. Clearly, not only just on the fact that the White House is now saying that all congressional delegations overseas that would have used federally funded military aircraft have been grounded by President Trump until the shutdown. Ends which includes President Trump's delegation to the World Economic Forum that was to be held in Switzerland. So things are being shut down on that element. And that's right at a time here, frankly, where you're having some lawmakers in Georgia, in fact, Georgia Republican Senator Johnny Isakson, telling the Atlanta Journal constitution that he feels that. There's going to be a lack of airport screeners to make it possible for people to travel to Atlanta for the Super Bowl next month. So now, that's kind of got a little bit of a lingering fact going forward is getting nasty. All right. Thank you. Mike have a good weekend. NBC radio national correspondent Mike Bauer..
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"At least two phonic has voted with Democrats and the shutdown fully fund the department of homeland security Stefanik releasing a statement saying she opposes government shutdowns. She wants to ensure the government is fully funded. The border is secure. Senator Susan Collins and Cory Gardner, breaking with President Trump calling to end the government shutdown without funding for a border wall. Mike Bauer has more Senator Cory Gardner said I think we should pass a continuing resolution to get the government back open. Senator Susan Collins who's up for reelection in two thousand twenty argued congress should pass the spending Bill that were initially supported by the leaders of both parties before Trump resumed his threat to shut down government unless five billion dollars is appropriated for the construction of a wall in the southern border saying I'm not saying their whole plan is a valid plan. But I see no reason why the bills that are ready to go and on which we've achieved agreement should be held hostage to this debate. Nate over border security. Mike Bauer WG y news. If the partial government shutdown goes on for weeks, it could delay Americans getting their tax refunds IRS one of the department shutdown as President Trump and congressional Democrats argue over funding a border wall as the shutdown continues IRS says Americans can still file their twenty eighteen tax returns. But they will not be able to process any refunds until after the shutdown ends for now only twelve point five percent of the ten thousand IRS employees are working that number could increase wants tax filing season picks up steam later this month state Senate minority leader John Flanagan who was previously gone public about his struggles with alcohol dependency says he's decided to take time off to complete a rehabilitation and recovery program. In a statement Flanagan says he anticipates missing the beginning of this year's legislative session. He's as deputy minority leader Joe Griff o- to overseas. Senate Republicans Flanagan says it's time away will be brief. He looks forward to the upcoming legislative session coming up the w. G Y AccuWeather forecast. It's.
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"Welcome back to moving forward. The twenty nineteen agenda from NBC News Radio. I'm Mike Bauer endless. I know you don't wanna think about it. But here at the end of two thousand eighteen guess what you're going to have to deal with some tax changes coming up in the new year, take notes and prepare as correspondent, Scott Pringle explains. Well, in the coming months Americans are going to start putting together their tax paperwork and chat with their tax preparers, and we're gonna notice some huge changes when we file some will be dramatically impacted while others snack, quite so much. This comes after congress passed legislation. The biggest overhaul the tax code in three decades. President Trump says is a huge win tax cuts. That are pro growth pro jobs pro worker pro family and pro American, but Democrats don't see it that way. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer tax cuts for the wealthiest. No help for so many in the middle class and tax increases for. A good portion of those in the middle class. So we're going to go into detail on some of the changes, there are still seven tax brackets based on income, but five of those have been lowered for an example, a married couple making between roughly seventy six and one hundred and fifty three grand is taxed at twenty two percent. That's down from twenty five percent. And when it comes to deductions. One of the biggest changes is a ten thousand dollar cap on how much state and local taxes you can deduct from your federal that's going to hurt those in high tax states like California, New jersey. Governor Phil Murphy thinks this is punishment to blue states so niece China's skirt around the new tax cap, we're going to give residents back some of this much needed tax deduction by expressly allowing municipalities to create charitable funds through which taxpayers can donate in exchange for tax credits. But John donne fell jail D tax and accounting not recommending to do this. I don't see that working because a charitable contribution to be tax deductible. It needs to be something that you don't get. Benefit for. So if you're giving money to your local municipality, you're benefiting from all the services that they provide. So that's not really a charitable deduction. Based on the IRS is definition now under the new tax law the standard deduction nearly doubled which means many more will not be itemizing. You should always keep track of her. You never know when they come in handy, but a lot more people will be taking the standard deduction when it comes to small businesses. The tax accountant says they can no longer deduct entertainment expenses except for meals you're taking clients to the Knicks game or Yankees game. You can no longer deduct the cost of the tickets. So that's a big change. However, John calls the new tax law a big win for small businesses with many able to pay twenty percent less than the prior year. So there's a twenty percent tax deduction for business owners. And it depends on how much you make and what type of business you have how you can fully maximize that. So that's what we're really focusing on with our clients. John also mentioned some of his individual clients are going to get slammed with this new tax law because they're paying fifty to sixty granted property taxes. They're going to end up showing out more to Uncle Sam. But since then. Brackets are lower. And thanks to a new twenty percent deduction opportunity for small business. John says the majority of Americans Michael will be paying less under the new tax law. Thank you, Scott. Now, how you work, and where you work could all be affected in two thousand nineteen with more look out for here's correspondent, Joe McConnell. Mike the same issues the dominated the business world in two thousand eighteen are expected to do the same in two thousand nineteen jobs interest rates trade negotiations. The trade war with China will loom large at least in early twenty nine thousand nine the US and China declared a truce in December suspending new tariffs to allow time to negotiate. It was only a ninety day truce though with much to work out in the administration is holding a tough line underscored by vice President Mike Pence in the president's words, China's taken advantage.