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Apple becomes first U.S. company to reach a $2 trillion market cap
"Crawl across the bottom of my spring as I was doing that, David About apple. Don't give it away. Just get big milestone. Big mouth. Come on, Big mouth. Sorry I stole your thunder. It took 20 years for Apple to hit $100 billion in market value. When Tim Cook took Over for Steve Jobs in August of 2011. The market capitalization was $348.8 billion. And a few moments ago, According to Mike Rogers, the company's market value hit $2 trillion. It's the first company listed company in U. S history. To be worth $2 Trillion, So I guess old Tim Apple. He's done a pretty good job. Yeah, exactly that. Everybody's in. Oh, boy, The place is really going to go downhill. Just remarkable, And it's one of the reasons the Dow's up 102 points right now, because there's Apple was added to the Dow Jones industrials. Average. NASDAQ's up
"mike rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"By Mike Rogers with the other side of the news and the purging of the rule book in grand rapids Michigan we've been going through the city code and trying to pull out anything we find that old archaic antiquated and no longer of any use for example well there was one that made it a criminal misdemeanor if a person failed to return their library materials he could go to jail for not returning a library book that's right but not anymore according to city attorney Kathryn manage that law is now gone along with the one making it a crime to ride your horse on the sidewalk or leave it unattended in the middle of the street and now they're taking aim at what may be the strangest ordinance of all contained in the section of our code that talks about assault and batteries those types of crimes and it says that no person shall willfully annoy another person to willfully annoyed not inadvertently annoyed but in fact bugging someone on purpose like best guesses that it relates to a stocking type of offense is what they were trying to describe but that's the problem with this law any interpretation of it really is just a gas I think that it's a vague type of a statute told better just to throw the whole thing out because it could be anything from now popping the finger drumming belching nose blowing the food tracking laughing at your own jokes goodness sloppiness self centeredness and don't even get me started on the Kardashians.
U.S. races to ramp up coronavirus response as 11th death confirmed
"Lawmakers are keeping the pressure on the trump administration over the growing corona virus threat Terry Moore reports opening a house hearing Mississippi Democrat Bennie Thompson said Americans are justifiably worried I'm concerned the trump administration has downplayed the threat overstated how close scientists are developing a vaccine and silence experts who disagree with him Thompson shares the homeland security committee Alabama Republican Mike Rogers my deepest concern for the moment is the level of preparedness at state local level Rogers also criticized China's response to the outbreak China is the epicenter of the virus former CDC director Julie Gerberding where we are now is in the phase of slowing the spread of the virus it's here we're doing everything we can on the front lines of public health to identify and isolate cases she stressed much is still not known about the virus meantime Dr Tom Ingalls bee said the development of a corona virus vaccine is likely twelve to eighteen months
Don't Send Them Here: Local Officials Resist Plans to House Coronavirus Patients
"Forty with the corona virus epidemics suddenly spreading we'd be on China there's also pushed back on American communities housing quarantine facilities there is a morning hearing in federal court in southern California a judge there is temporarily blocking the government from sending up to fifty people infected with the virus to the city of Costa mesa local officials want details about how that community would be protected from an outbreak in Alabama local officials say plans to send other corona virus infected people have been scrawled the governor and the state health department has said in those statements were issued prematurely now representative Mike Rogers has confirmed those plans have been cancelled no corona virus patients are coming to Anniston county officials tell me federal government agencies did not reach out to them on Saturday about patients being transported W. I. A. T. V.'s I. A. T. T. V.'s Molly Karan contrast Rankin as for the outbreak overseas I'm Sabina Castelfranco in Venice Italy has the highest number of coronavirus cases in Europe with an emergency decree the Italian government has adopted special powers to deal with the situation in the region of Lombardy alone schools and universities have been closed public gatherings masses and soccer game tables to be suspended and didn't Venice authorities a canceling carnival events about twenty six hundred deaths are now confirmed
"mike rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Today Mike Rogers here with Scott Sam's get our top story now from CBS CBS news special report a massive hack attack salt at the department of justice I'm here to announce the indictment of Chinese military hackers specifically for members of the Chinese people's Liberation Army Attorney General William Barr says they still private information from one hundred forty five million people that's almost half the US population this was one of the largest data breaches in history it came to light in two thousand in the summer of two thousand seventeen when Equifax announced the Pfaff justice department officials say hackers had access to the system for an entire week and also stole US trade secrets the trump administration has warned against what it sees as the growing political and economic influence of China and the country's attempt to collect not only data from average citizens but scientific research and innovation as well CBS news special report I'm Deborah Rodriguez it is nine thirty two now K. R. LD the tiny town of Dixville notch New Hampshire will once again have the honor of kick starting the primary vote in that state at midnight tonight but as we hear from CBS correspondent Nicole Killian that almost did not happen for sixty years Donald J. trump to the poll is opened at the stroke of midnight but this year they were on the verge of closing because they're simply worn enough voters who still live there we were down to four town moderator saying you know you might be the fifth we need you that's when developer less sudden offered to move back do you feel like you're coming in to save the day no not really pixel matters because the actual voting at midnight is to to Hampshire what snow is to skiing and by the way the latest polls in New Hampshire this job Bernie Sanders and people to Chad still running neck and neck here at home Dallas police are searching for two young boys this morning after an amber alert was issued for them Hey are these Allen sky a joint just lay with the live with the latest on that Alan Dallas was recalled to an apartment complex on Ferguson road in east Dallas last night for a welfare check they found a woman dead and see a man have abducted the to the the two kids they had together Dallas police of a child of Dutch notification and Texas DPS activated the amber alert network saying the kids could be in grave or immediate danger the boys are one in seven years old police were looking for the kids that Johnny pow more he's thirty three years old five feet eleven he's got brown hair with gold dreadlocks and now got sources telling us the kids are okay what Dallas police just sent an official update saying that that that the kids were reported missing out we're still waiting for an update from police official word from police other still at the scene they're still they're gathering evidence they say the dad has been arrested reporting live and when sky newsradio to maybe okay well the Allen thank you will continue to watch this story for you throughout the day here on KRLD so check back with us okay witnesses say a fight over a stuffed animal may have led to a shooting outside of Dave and buster's restaurant in Dallas police say two groups of people started arguing outside the restaurant then you're seventy five in walnut hill yesterday afternoon they say one persisted shooting hit an innocent bystander in the leg one man at the restaurant with his son told NBC five people started screaming so I went to find his son who was off from the other side of the building playing a game victim's family said that it was too.
"mike rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"With Mike Rogers signs got Sam this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning Susie has the morning off should be back tomorrow let's bring in chief meteorologist Dan burn off talk about this cold and wet Dan yeah that's pretty much the the the weather summary this morning cold and wet well area of moderate rain continues across a ten carat county right now is a long and north of I. twenty and a little band that did bring some sleet mixing and not to parts of Tarrant and then county now moving in the cook county temperatures said during this of the heavier rain events here of the past hour from south to north have been mainly between thirty three and thirty five degrees so no problems on the roads a little bit of that to moderate rain up along three eighty into Collin county in an off to the west southwest down the toll way a break out of it when she gets about six thirty five in a downtown Dallas all quiet southwest of us for now and there's another area of precipitation starting to break out around the Abilene area that's heading northeast but the trajectory has been pretty much Paris McKinney for worse down towards grammar and points west I think this next wave will take the same track in the third wave later on this afternoon and evening will contain some sleet and snow with it I will take about the same track as well so but I on that road should be fine though temps holding in the mid thirties all day today but below freezing what you get about thirty to forty miles west of fort worth Gainesville Denton and also cleaver and that's for the trouble spots will continue to be all the way out to el Paso right now again not too much going on we'll talk more about the weekend weather and some sunshine coming up in traffic and weather together on the eight sorry Dan thanks care all these Alan's guy at years in fort worth this morning and right on the line between rain and not rain Allen's is it conditions could be changing a bit in fort worth Alan yeah that's right and the roads in this area west fort worth there just went right now I've driven the I. thirty west loosely twenty interchange even Abed west on thirty and they're all moving smoothly this morning just regular delays during the morning rush hour earlier this morning but Amanda and and one of the gas stations near here he says he's driving toward Weatherford for work so he's been watching the forecasts he says he knows the roads might get ice here is he heads toward the west but he's not worried about his own ability to drive V. gets icy he says he's worried about everybody else it's basically it's front wheel drive so it's actually it held a road good that and a lot so it's very pretty very nascent five euro would not solve a lot of other people out here they say that the return of the cold weather has been what's so what's get them going to get giving them more where the of what's going on this morning we did have a quick bat of sleep earlier this morning I saw things can't die change quickly here but tech stocks been planning for this they've been on the message boards remember the one care all the earlier this week they've been pre treating roads with that Brian solution try to befriend them from getting I see live in west fort worth Alan sky newsradio ten eighty K. all the the group that promotes downtown Dallas.
"mike rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Mike Rogers has the morning off happy new year and thanks for joining us CBS news updates some of the supporters of an Iranian backed militia and their backers apparently are leaving the grounds of the U. S. embassy in Baghdad now's CBS's scamming McCormick's at the Pentagon even if these protests died down the U. S. military will be on heightened alert tensions between the U. S. Iran and the Iraqi government remain tense Iraqi security forces have begun clearing protesters out of the green zone but US forces continue to arrive in the region more than six hundred fifty paratroopers from the eighty second airborne arrived overnight extra marines are still on duty at the embassy and the Pentagon has said it has the option to send in more troops to deter any Iranian threat against American interests CBS news military analyst Michelangelo's about Iran making a stronger moved inside of a rock to control it without having to really occupy it and to influence it in a way to likely have all of American forces leaving within the next year or so CBS news updates I'm Gary now okay that's the Middle East how about Southeast Asia north Korea's Kim Jong hoon continues to brag about some new strategic weapon he claims to have and he's accusing the US of gangster like pressure making work reporters new year's eve at his Florida state president trump talked about assuming you warning from north Korea's Kim Jong moon sign an agreement talking about denuclearization and that was signed number one sentence denuclearization books since then this week the north Korean leader announced plans to introduce a new strategic.
"mike rogers" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"And then the following. Look should I think the new district and I'm not going to put this in the pod because it's total spent this week and government corruption. Meanwhile California Congressman Duncan Hunter. Just barely hold onto a seat after pleading guilty to stealing two hundred and fifty thousand campaign money here in Michigan State State representative Larry M and hold onto his job in the legislature up. He's tried for attempting to sell us. Vote in exchange for campaign contributions Christine. It was quite a show in the grand rapids federal courtroom. Oh to have been in that courtroom. This is really quite a story. So let's start at the beginning and then was elected twenty fourteen. He's in his third term. Now anyway he represents grand traverse county so your area amy. We've talked about all of this. He was in court for three criminal charges. Charges Federal Charges attempted extortion solicitation of a bribe and lying to the FBI and and this is all around an attempt to sell his vote on the prevailing pulling wage repeal to the Michigan Council of regional carpenters and mill rights. And of course that's a labor union that You did not want the repeal and Larry and men are Republican. His Caucus obviously supported the repeal so he was willing to say. Look I'll voted against inst- repealing prevailing wage in exchange for this campaign money of thirty thousand dollars. Ultimately the union deliver the money and Inman voted with his his caucus and against the workers interest in men's defense kind of revolves around several different points that came out in court one he had five surgeries surgeries and twenty eight months which meant that. He was using a lot of prescription drugs. He developed an addiction and that reduced his cognitive ability. He's saying there's a lot of these he's he's text messages which are evidence against him that he just can't believe he sent he doesn't remember sending them. Let's point another point is at fundraising is something they have to do. All the time and all of this fundraising staff wise. You know it was normal. It was within the bounds of everything. They do all the time. The third point. He was willing going to vote against the repeal of prevailing wage because his district didn't feel strongly about it however we chatfield threatened to pull committee assignments of caucus members who did not vote to repeal so he ultimately voted in support of repealing prevailing wage in order to give political covered to state rep Joe Beleno who is a Republican in a heavy union district who wanted to vote against the repeal and. He said that he had also been advised by Tom. Leonard's former chief of staff that business community supports loses support them and by helping Labor. He was making their own friends so all of that together. There is the story that Larry Mental to show that he didn't do anything wrong he was you know this is business as usual except for that he he was an addict at the time. And now you can see why Lee chat field was so important to the case Lee Chatfield said yes has representatives are always fundraising it's very clear that you've keep fundraising and legislation separate. We chatfield are also directly contradicted the accusation About pulling committee assignments assignments you see. He said he never threaten to bowl committee. Assignments based on the prevailing wage. Vote which I think is really important. Here Field testified that the caucus I always knew bellina was a no vote. There was no need to cover for. Lena's no vote on repealing prevailing wage. It's going to go to the jury early next week Nick. Monday or Tuesday one witness. They haven't been able to bring in is State Representative Steve Marino who sits by Larry Inman and allegedly kept a document that track the Republican position on prevailing wage. So he has documents arguments said who was in support of it who was against it. That document could show the details of what inman was thinking. So that's you know that's kind of I don't know the whole thing is kind of convoluted stuff. It's just gonNA come out to. I think it was more convinced. One thing we were talking about before the show started was and if this is the kind of thing that happens a lot Larry Inman was just more blatant about it. More out in the open I worked for the legislature for ten years and I never saw anything that approached this as I saw people applying subtle pressure to get campaign contributions but it was never quite this blatant in this open about a straight exchange of vote for money. But he could've used. The trump argument trump argues that because ultimately gave Ukraine the money. There couldn't have been a quid pro. Quo well inland. Never got the bribes so therefore there was no crime so he's not guilty right Republican logic. Exactly what does it crime. I mean obviously the the crime didn't depend on the deal the transaction going through. But you can say okay. He didn't get the money ultimately. He voted against Labor With his caucus he still lied to the FBI and it was clear like as you said you had never seen anything even approaching this this kind head of conduct. When they received those text messages they went to the police immediately? It was clear to them that a line had been crossed Senate what the Labor lobbyists is a good friend of mine. He's a former marine. And I just I can imagine his reaction when he got this text message he would have gone ballistic immediately because is this just the kind of crap that he look exit man. You can't do this. This is just flat out wrong and you know saying bad things about lobbyists with you know most the lobbyists I know are pretty ethical people and when they saw something like this I can understand them going to the cops right away from my personal experience of knowing Larry Inman I. I'm surprised that this he did. This just seems so out of character for him and I'm surprised at the FEDS haven't gone after Steve Marino to get that document. There was a document argument. That Larry inman Harry and as a going to vote against prevailing wage. Up until the last minute that coincided with the time he didn't get that money that that'd be really strong evidence. The only thing is wrong is higher. Rudy Giuliani as attorney. Meanwhile down in Washington we still have our fun there. The last month is certainly certainly given a lot of added prominence to the House Intelligence Committee and Chairman Adam Schiff before Democrats regained control of the House. That committee was chaired by Ukraine co-conspirator at her Devon Nunez of California just about every vote on. The committee seems to be a party line. Vote and has been since Nunez became the chair. But it wasn't always like that before Nunez took over the committee. It was chaired for four years by Republican. Mike Rogers of Michigan. I've had a lot of rhetorical battles with Rogers over the years back when I was doing my radio show. We would fight all the time but I was gave him credit for keeping the worst of partisanship out of the national security debate. These days Mike Rogers is a commentator for CNN on national security issues issues also produces the CNN program. Declassified untold stories of American spies known. Its third season Congressman Rogers. Welcome to the PODCAST. I think it's safe to say the since you left. The Intelligence Committee Committee has become a lot more partisan. Yeah unfortunately and it's been I think the last two chairmen including including the president won a combination of the both of those to turn it into a very sharp elbows partisan committee and I just never believed that was the role all of that committee. I had established a good relationship with my Democrat ranking member guy named Dutch groupers Burger from Maryland Great Guy Former prosecutor and we both set down when I became chairman and he became ranking member. Just agreed that national security was too important for petty partisanship and and and whatever we disagreed on. We were going to work it out and I think that served the country. Well I think it's served the committee. Well I certainly think it's Congress's oversight constitutionally oversight responsibility well from your perspective what is what is Adam Schiff done that. He shouldn't have done. How's he handled it improperly? I think he was partisan artisan before he got there. The you know and candidly the Republican before him started. That partisan there's conspiracy theories around every tree in every corner and that kind of started. The committee started flying apart from any Modicum of decency. And I think Adam Schiff just picked up that baton and ran with it to run an impeachment inquire I don't care To what degree is just wholly inappropriate from the committee in. He had very partisan comments before he did remember when he came out and said when he was in the minority he said. Oh I've I've seen evidence of collusion In the president's guilty I mean it was just very partisan rhetoric coming off of a committee that I argue is no place for that. There are other committees. There's other places to be partisan and Tigris I I just don't think the intelligence committees on them when you were chair of the Intelligence Committee one of the most high-profile things you did was an investigation into the whole Benghazi Situation He. He came out with a report that was critical of some things that happened but basically was was pretty neutral. Did you catch a Lotta static on that from your Republican colleagues. Oh absolutely absolutely Yes if sometimes to this day people bring it up. My thing is this I I have as a former. FBI agent and as a member member of Congress that had subpoena power. The power of the government is immense When it comes to your personal liberty your personal Ability to to live free from from government intervention and so. I looked at it as you need to be exactly right and if the government and I don't care if you're an FBI agent or a member of Congress. I don't believe you should ever use those tools for partisan purposes and so I wanted to play it fair. I want to understand the facts. I think the report was was pretty good in the sense that it laid out the time line laid out all the timing of it. I did it through. All what we would understand is traditional investigative tools for date stamping and time stamping of information. That we had and candidly none of that. Change even with the Benghazi Full Committee that happened after After my investigation because unfortunately people wanted to find something wrong. They didn't say day that there were going to find out what happened. They're going to say we wanted to find something wrong when you do that. I think the truth is the one of the first thing that gets sacrificed and I worry a little a little bit about that now with the impeachment hearing they were hell bent to get it And they're gonNA go and do things to find out the truth that they wanna see not the truth. That might be there. That's what I worry about in the current state of affairs In these congressional investigations. I don't think people have the truth in mind as much as they do. A partisan advantage and I just think that's dangerous. Okay a couple of things that you mentioned really sparked something in me first of all you talk about the power of the legislature the Congress to subpoena which is pretty much being ignored by the executive branch now and on the other side. You've got a William Barr who is looking it seemingly pulled as trying to pull this is the FBI even to the point of disagreeing with the Inspector General in the report..
"mike rogers" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"Reelection plan in two. There could be some Republican members of Congress from that area who are in trouble reinforcing forcing this conclusion trump has scheduled a rally for Battle Creek next week to Michigan. Congressional candidates held a telephone conference call reporters to talk about trump's uh-huh multiple broken promises. John Hood Lee is running to unseat. long-term Congressman Fred Upton and it district. It's gone from solid red to purple congressman then. The trump pence administration has failed to do anything to address skyrocketing health care prescription. Drug costs failed to act climate change in sailed it deliver on any relief to working families struggling to get by. You know I've just say. The trump administration has failed to deliver particularly on lowering Medicare allowing Medicare to negotiate Goshi eight for lower prescription drug prices which was one of the major provinces of their twenty sixteen campaign. And that's why it's a state representative. I've been proud to offer a resolution of calling on the federal government to negotiate these prices but looming over the campaigns of holy along with Holland's Brian Berghof. WHO's taking on bill hazing and the three three way battle and Justin a modulus grand rapids based district is impeachment? Berghof a point of not making a point over impeachment falling in West Michigan in many ways along along party party lines you know. Democrats are eager to see kind of for this administration. And you know I think some Republicans are are buying into some of the deflections. I should say rather than defense that the Republican Party has put up And you know I think many of them. Mr Wanting us to move on The country but I think people are are a little bit concerned. Think more and more people want our elected officials to be held accountable. And this is just wanted constitutional ways we have of doing that. Berghof told me he doesn't bring up impeachment and it rarely comes up in conversations with voters but surly hanging over all of the members of congresses. They get ready for the campaign especially those who are in the swing districts It's GonNa be fascinating given that we've got a virtual party line. Vote going on in the House of Representatives undeserved Peterman pretty clear. That's going to happen sooner rather than later and then the dams really gonna I you think is something that people still be talking about next November. I kind of think it depends on what happens between now in that we've seen over and over again that people just don't have attention span. Things changed so much that this could turn out to be just something that happened. I think the big thing that could happen would be if the Supreme Court rules that he doesn't have to give up his tax returns to the District Attorney in Manhattan and once those tax returns are up. I think that really is going to be the mother load of information on what Donald Trump has done to specially is basically screw the American people and steal everything again. I think that is going to be his downfall. I'm fairly certain that those are going into a sealed file so I don't know when those will be made public. I'm at this point. It's it's A grand jury but at the same time. If it's released to the folks in Manhattan for the State Investigation. It probably will also go to Congress I which by law has a right to have the ways and means committee has an absolute right to those tax returns and trump just said. I don't care if you got an absolute right. You can't have them. If the Supreme Court orders orders them to release them he probably GonNa have to release them. Do something to stop it. They're shooting nukes at the moment or something but that could be still another impeachable. Offensive defies is an order from the US Supreme Court. It's a slam dunk Even the Senate would have a tough time. Acquitting him at that point fingers crossed. Well one more note. On Congressional Channel Races Wretched Driscoll is taking a third shot at ousting. ultra-conservative Tim Walberg. And that's in the seventh district driscoll was team lose nominee for the last two recycles. Lost the Walberg fifty four forty six last year. She is a former state representative and former mayor of Selene. And the seventh district is the the most gerrymandered district and out State Michigan stretching from thirty miles west of Lansing all the way to Toledo. And here's another interesting thing when it was gerrymandered did this district. It was actually part of the emails and the process of drawing. This district was actually part of that federal gerrymandering loss And it was discovered that when this was gerrymandered they intentionally cut out mark showers home hometown battle creek and they added part of the third district. which as you know is Justin Amash displace place and they did that in order to discourage mark from running again they made it a little more Republican for Walberg but last Republican for Justin Amash so that helps us this time around i? I think this'll be Walberg Western. He'll beat her one more time. And then.
"mike rogers" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"America. Today I'm asking our chairman to proceed with articles of impeachment. I commend our committee chairs in our members or their somber approach to actions which I wish the president had not made necessary. The holiday holiday season is normally pretty quiet politically. But this isn't your normal holiday season in Washington. The president of the United States is about to be impeached in Lansing. We're finally on the verge of completing the state budget and across America. Republicans are continuing an assault on people in need. This is the Michigan pollock ass. Where all about Michigan Politics and state policy policy and the national issues impacting our peninsula's? I'm Walser Org. I'm an acre heart and while the spotlight has been an impeachment Republicans in Lansing and in Washington are attacking the most vulnerable in our society doing their best to take away health care and food from hundreds of thousands of people from Christine Bury. It appears. There's that Senate majority leader has finally come to the realization that the state needs a budget adopted. We'll talk with the ranking Democrat on the Senate Appropriations Committee. Senator Curtis Artists Hertel junior about the outlines of the agreements. And how this week will play out. And we'll also be talking with the former Republican chairman of the house. Intelligence Committee former mid Michigan Congressman. Mike Rogers about how politics is increasingly creeping into national security. I'd like to start the ladies of I could with a bit of sound. That pretty much sums up the last few weeks in government and it comes from Hillary Clinton. She was interviewed by Howard Stern about her most uncomfortable. Participation in Donald Trump's inauguration ceremonies. He's a president is supposed to try to reach out to people who weren't for wrote him or her. You're supposed to say okay. I'm going to be the president of everyone those who supported me and those who didn't because we're going to pull the country together. I'd hope that I would hear a little of that. I didn't hear any of that. And then that carnage in the street and the Dark Hark dystopia envision. I was sitting there like just wow couldn't believe in shorts w Bush says to me..
Former House Intel Chair Mike Rogers Weighs In On The Impeachment Inquiry
"To calm yesterday's hearing was chaired by Democrat Adam Schiff of California he's the chair of the house intelligence committee and let's talk to someone now who said in that very seat Mike Rogers is a former Republican member of Congress from Michigan who was intelligence committee chairman thanks for being a congressman good morning Sir so what chairman shift said the inquiry that he is overseeing was a chance for the American people to make their own judgments what is that what it was yesterday I you know I honestly I'm a bit skeptical about the process of me and I have a couple of issues one I don't think an impeachment should be run through the intelligence community that means all of that other work that really needs to be done behind closed doors in close proximity with the the intelligence agents probably isn't getting done number one the number two I mean these are political events remember there are this is not a court of law there are no rules of evidence this is about one team trying to convince the American people that the other parties president needs to be out of office and the other team is trying to defend that purpose for keeping that president in office and really that's what you saw the start of yesterday and that's what this impeachment hearings I think is all about well I want to ask you I mean a lot of other questions that you brought up something very serious suggesting this committee is is not actually fulfilling its mandate which is to provide oversight of the nation's intelligence agencies to do you really feel that that these lawmakers are distracted right now how could you not be distracted this thing is sucking all the oxygen out of Congress let alone the committee and so I don't believe that the regular and important oversight work is happening men have on pretty good authority that it's just not happening and so even the disconnect you saw with the raid when we went and got Baghdadi the United States went in and took care of Baghdadi in Syria rated the the terrorist leader of ISIS that wasn't brief back to the committee and that tells me that those really important functions of oversight on happening number one and they're not happening on even the most serious of matters and so that read that does concern me again it's just not the purpose of that committee I would have preferred that they had moved that out of that committee to a more appropriate place maybe the judiciary maybe government oversight but the intelligence committee is designed to meet behind closed doors and not be out in the public as much as it has it's been a and it's clearly not designed it to try to set aside a legal framework and create the articles of impeachment which is as you can imagine an intense process all of that's happening I'm just not sure the other is a matter of fact I'm fairly confident it's not been that worries me a little bit but I suppose that the argument from from some who are leading this impeachment career which would be that while obviously that oversight is important so is exploring these accusations which suggests that the present United States might have dangled something as important as military aid to US ally for the benefit of trying to get a you know investigation done they could politically benefit and the army those things are are as important more important than some of the normal oversight yeah I mean I think you can do both honestly I just I'm not a big fan of doing on the Intel committee and what was interesting yesterday to me David has both an FBI former FBI agent chairman of that committee I don't know of any new facts were out other than I think with the the clip that you played when we started which was that phone call of the ambassador would make for a restaurant to the present United States from a foreign country I I certainly hope it was encrypted but when you think of that that was a little bit shocking to me and I think that his testimony is going to be really important mass or someone who is testifying next week because he seems to be the linchpin in the middle of all of that at least from the government side what would you do differently if if you're Adam Schiff in this political climate is is there any way to make this process less partisan is there any way for this committee to I don't know I mean do two things at once like you said they can you know again I will I but here's what I worry about that candidly this is gonna tear America part and it's already she you know causing you know hardship in canceling of of holiday plans for thanksgiving because faith which are torn up over it and you can hardly have a conversation in politics anymore that doesn't end up in somebody get in their feelings hurt and I worry a lot about that I just look at this process in the way it's happened and I think boy I is this the right thing to do for the country at the right time I mean no other business is getting done is that the right decision do I think of it that I mean obviously I think it was highly inappropriate for the president to have a conversation the way he did even though I think he obviously doesn't think it was a problem because he laid it out there and yesterday none of those facts were in dispute I think this is going to come down to the point of if you're a Democrat you probably think impeach him and get him out if you're a Republican you're probably thinking Hey this we know we've got to defend the president through the end of it and the rest of America which is the grades you know center left center right is left you know scratching their heads wondering if this town isn't broken beyond
"mike rogers" Discussed on Amanpour
"Now let us get to what is also at the heart of this impeachment Ukraine and US diplomats working there in his testimony today today. America's top diplomat in Ukraine. Bill Taylor as we've said emphasize how the narrative of this impeachment frames the country itself. There are two Ukraine stories. Today the first is the one. We're discussing this morning that you have been hearing about for the past two weeks. It's a rancorous story. Worry about. Whistleblowers Mr Giuliani side channels quid. Pro Quo is corruption and interference in elections in this story. Ukraine is merely an object. But there's another story positive. Bipartisan one in this second story. Ukraine is the the subject this one is about young people in a young nation struggling to break free of its past hopeful that their new new government will finally usher in a new Ukraine proud of its independence from Russia. Eager to join Western institutions and enjoy a more secure Joran prosperous life. This story describes a nation developing an inclusive democratic nationalism. Not Unlike what we in America in our best best moments feel about our diverse country. So let us get into what's at stake for this. Still Emerging Democracy how it is vital to US foreign policy policy interests and what it means for top diplomats. Like George Ken Maria von Vich and Bill Taylor to come forward joining me now. Is Anthony Gardner he's the former. US bombastic to the EU under the Obama Administration. Welcome to the program and of course you held the position. That ambassador Sunland Sunland holds now and he will be apparently testifying next week and that as we heard Mike Rogers say will be the centerpiece because he was on the call. Aw He has so much of his go between in all of these conversations to diplomats and the Ukrainian Presidency so let we just I start by asking you your diplomat. What what when somebody like? George Kantor Bill Taylor or whoever it might be or when you go about your work. What are your first thoughts I mean? Do you expect there to be you know politics involved well. My job was to represent American interests before the EU institutions to the eyes and ears and also the voice of America my job was was EU focused so I traveled to sixteen of the twenty eight member states. Those always an e you focus principally trade and I considered going to Ukraine any but I never did Because we had big embassy there we had a very good ambassador. The time I did arrive a few weeks. After those historic events when there was the annexation of Crimea we had to deal with energy security. I decided not to go because I couldn't justify it. I didn't think it was a good use of taxpayer money but to answer your question. My job was his single-minded how do I represent the United States well before the EU and hide. Why understand what they're saying? Funneling back to Washington. Could you have ever imagined a Jew channel double-track and irregular channel of all sorts of people from the same administration working apparently in different tracks. No way no how. When I traveled to those sixteen member-states I always did it with the permission of the sitting amassador in that country three and I never never ever talked about bilateral issues that related to that country very simple reason first of all diplomatic courtesy but even arguably more important it it was to ensure that that country wasn't left in some kind of uncertainty about who was speaking for and representing the United States so no irregular channels and? I'm pretty sure that none of my distinguished predecessors would consider doing that. I WANNA play a little soundbite from from George Kent when he was asked about. You know what it means to have a free and independent Ukraine has play what he said. The United States has very clear national interests at at stake. In Ukraine Ukraine's success is very much in our national interest. In the way we have defined our national interest broadly in Europe for the past last seventy five years after World War Two. US leadership furthered far-sighted policies. Like the Marshall Plan in the creation of a rules-based international order protected by the collective security provided by NATO western Europe recovered and thrived after the carnage of World War. Two notwithstanding standing the shadow of the Iron Curtain Europe's security and prosperity contributed to our security and prosperity support of Ukraine rain. Success also fits squarely into our strategy for Central and Eastern Europe. Since the fall of the wall thirty years ago this past week a Europe truly truly whole free and at peace our strategic aim for the entirety of my foreign service career is not possible without a Ukraine whole free and at peace piece. So Bill Taylor testified that if this aid had really been endlessly held up and it hadn't got to Ukraine which we know it did in the end it got freed up in September the Russians would be laughing that this would just play right into their playbook for Ukraine and and for basically as he can western institutions as well absolutely incredible statement Ukraine just like any other country deserves to be treated on its merits. It's an important country orderly critical to European security and also I would argue to European values. Now I still remember those images of Ukrainians from every walk of life. Br braving the cold and even death to waive the European flag saying we want to be part of the European family. We want peace freedom democracy and good governance and what we just heard from that testimony that US foreign policy policy was to say you deserve it. We will support you and we will do whatever we can the idea even the idea that we would somehow barter away. Those Principles Bulls for domestic narrow party. Political concerns is very troubling not for single second during my mandated ever think that I was representing a narrow set out of political considerations I was appointed by president. WHO's Democratic President Obama? But I'm sure that my predecessors agree with me we were representing the entire country red and blue. So tell me them because you right there as you say right as just maybe a little bit after. Russia invaded Ukraine and Crimea annexed Crimea. And it's still stands and at the same time the Obama Administration and famously Joe Biden was on the anti-corruption Shen Hunt in Ukraine. What was the impulse? What was the impetus the motivation for the Obama Administration in its relations with Ukraine? And how did this anti corruption hunt go. Well this has been a an interest of many many parties democratic attic and And Republican over many years to say good governance anti corruption is important because if you have corruption and poor governance at least a lot of other even more serious issues countries can fall apart Degenerate even there could be violence and so forth so we thought it was an interest for Ukraine and also for the United States for Europe to support anti corruption good governance transparency. And what would you say as a former diplomat yourself and you see how you've heard the testimony money you see how Marie von Avenge was fired from her position. You see how diplomats have come under a huge amount of pressure and perhaps not enough protection from their own State Department. At least that's what they're saying. How do you read that? And what are you. What effect is that going to have on diplomats in in the future not just those willing to go take instructions to go to various postings but to do what they are managed to do when they see something that they believe is wrong they need to report it up the chain which is what they did and then you've got fired absolutely it's debilitating? These people have difficult careers. They get moved around sometimes at great cost to their families into themselves. They deserve to be protected and to have a State Department that looks at their interest in promotes them right. They are first line of defense. Even are or particular military understands this. Our diplomats are first line of defense and when they don't function bad things happen sometimes conflicts occur and we pay the price in gold and in blood so I think it's debilitating for the long term. We need good diplomats who are skilled guild and able to represent the United States abroad. So I want to play a little bit of president. Trump's reaction today to these These hearings and the public testimony. He was actually at a press conference with President. urged one of Turkey when we're GONNA talk about that in the moment but there. He was asked about his reaction. Sean we'll just play it for. It's a joke. I haven't watched. I have a watch for one minute because I've been with the president which is much more important as far as I'm concerned. And this is a sham and shouldn't be allowed so he called it a witch hunt again and obviously he's quite upset about what's going on but he is also meeting with President urged one who was the last big crisis to face president trump. He's being accused of green lighting fighting occurred ones incursion invasion intervention. Whatever word you want to us into Syria and he's being held? Trump has been very severely criticized by his own party for abandoning key. US allies in Syria. The Kurds I just want to know. From your perspective you trade and all the rest of his you said a trade deal is still on the table for president urged one And apparently it's very similar to the one that he was going to offer which didn't which didn't stop her from going into into Syria. What do you make of this relationship? Well I hope for free trader does does curb no direct knowledge of that negotiation occurring. But it's interesting to see the friends that this president keeps the enemies that he makes. You can often judge many things in life depending on the friends and enemies you have in. He's made enemies of many people. Many countries that used to be our first line of defense in our best friends whether it's Germany or the European Union and others and seems to be very friendly with people that we consider to be perhaps don't score as well on democracy and transparency and good governance. Thank thank you so much for your perspective former. US Ambassador to the EU Anthony Garden. Thank you very much for being with US tonight. Now as the hearings developed there was talk walk of president trump trying to publicly quote box in the Ukrainian president again. Bill Taylor top US diplomat revealing a plan for President Celeski to to publicly announce investigations into the Biden's and the alleged Ukrainian meddling in two thousand sixteen besser. Solomon also said that talked to presidents Alinsky and Mr Mock and had told them that although this was not a quid pro quo. If presence Alinsky did not not clear things up in public we would be at a stalemate I understood a stalemate to mean that Ukraine would not receive the much needed military terrier systems ambassador son and said that this conversation concluded with presence alinsky agreeing to make a public statement in an interview on CNN. Shortly after that call with the best song I expressed my strong reservations in a text message to embassador Solomon stating that. My nightmare is that they the Ukrainians give the interview and don't get the security assistance. The Russians love and I was serious. That's that's a lot to digest so let's get some perspective joining us now is the veteran journalist. Jeff Greenfield and Carl Bernstein. WHO's Watergate reporting the Washington Post led to the the impeachment proceedings against President? Richard Nixon. Gentlemen Welcome to the program. Let me ask you because a lot of this also is about the coverage and about what the press focuses on on what stories get told I guess I just want to ask you. I call to you first. Because you've written sort of a memo about about the warnings has how is this story being have a two day. Do you think that you know. In terms of the substance that has had the correct amount of focus. I'm unclear you mean what we watched today on American television and how it was is presented on the network. There you go okay. I thought that we had an opportunity To Watch the take the the Event take place in real time There was not too much analysis until after it was all over. What we saw was very damning in terms of building building a case against the president of the United States but it also takes place in in We're having a cold civil war in the United States. And whether whether or not it's going to move people from there Held positions so who are independents and Republicans. Who might be willing to to move against the president isn't it? We've got a long way to go. We've got a couple more weeks of hearings here but one thing I think is that that very much. Today's proceedings were watched by the senators and they are the all important audience on Capitol Hill. Right now because there's conventional wisdom that they would not convict this president There are many Republican president Senator who do not like Donald Trump They're very disturbed by his conduct. They think he's unstable many of them And the evidence is damning if enough people who are Republicans citizens start it to break with With the President these senators will take notice. But we've got a long way to go both in terms of more evidence and how the proceedings go on in the House and Jeff to you because you've covered these issues for so long and you've witnessed them and commented on them as well it is. Here's an incredibly divisive time in America right now. I don't know whether it's more polarizing has ever been but it just seems to be so starkly divided but worse it's really silos in terms of who believes what and the truth has been weaponized and politicized what do you think. How do you feel this episode? This chapter should be covered but let me pass on the should. Because I think it's more important to talk about how it almost certainly certainly will be assuming that Aaron Sorkin is not writing the script the notion that the that the Republican senators are going to have the road to Damascus moment and say Oh my Lord it turns out the President committed impeachable offenses. Is Dan rather used to say slim. And none and slim is left town. All of the analogies allergies to Watergate and I you know. No one is more appropriate to do that than Carl..
Why isnt cybersecurity getting more attention?
"Security research firm, digital shadows said this week that more than two billion files containing sensitive information have been exposed on various cloud servers that are not properly secured Baltimore is still recovering from a ransomware attack in which hackers use tools stolen from the NSA to compromise the city's networks and not for nothing. Robert Muller reminded us all this week that Russians definitely hacked our election systems and were still unprepared, and barely even talking about cybersecurity. Let's dig into this in quality assurance, the segment where we take a deeper look at big tech story, Nicole pro Roth covers cybersecurity for the New York Times. I, I asked her how exposed are we to hackers using NSA level tools, basically, they could easily be neutralized if everyone was really good at patching their systems? And upgrading software. Unfortunately, we have a lot of old software sitting out there that certain infrastructure management, providers, and IT, overseers don't even know, really what's on their systems and the places where dot is most prominent our universities municipalities that religious don't have a good handle on how many of their systems are plugged into the internet. But I also think Baltimore's, a really interesting case because Baltimore is a lot bigger problems than getting a hold on its software. Upgrades patching procedures. Does that raise this larger question which is are we, you know, I feel like Infosec people right now are putting all these cryptic things on Twitter like we're at Defcon five and, and it makes me wonder, like are we paying enough attention? All of us generally as a society. Cybersecurity issues at a time when things seem like they're getting a lowers. It's such a good question. And the answer is no. I was just in Ukraine recently, and they were hit by these very same weapons in a massive cyber attack. There were two things that really saved them from it being a lot worse. The first is their systems are still pretty archaic. So unlike in the United States where we've plugged in every possible device we can think of to the internet Ukraine, still pretty far behind in terms of how much of their infrastructure is digitized the other thing that really saved Ukraine is they're living in a state of constant cyber attack from Russia. Russia has really used Ukraine as a testing ground. So they have a great sense of urgency there. And what they said to me when I was there was, this is what's coming your way, it seems like there are a lot of pleased for us to be paying attention. And yet what's. Gonna take. Well, I think it starts at the top where we have an administration that doesn't really want to hear about Russian interference in the election. But also Mike Rogers, the former director of the NSA, testified before congress. And in his testimony, he was asked, what orders have you been given to combat Russian interference in American election systems in critical infrastructure? And his answer was none. We've done nothing to fight back. And we've done very little to protect any of this from happening again. And then as you saw with our story cities still aren't doing the very, very basic thing, when it comes to securing their systems, which is just keeping them upgraded. And keeping them patched
"mike rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Mike Rogers here with Amanda garra Scott has the morning off. Our top story is suspected serial killer, who pose as a home healthcare worker now facing new charges in the death of a eleven women. KRLD's Austin York has our story really Shurmur was previously indicted on a capital, murder for the death of a ninety one year old Dallas woman died in March of two thousand eighteen now a Dallas county grand jury handed down in digital six indictments of capital murder to go along. With five from Collin county court records show. Each woman was killed in the same way smothered by a pillow Shamir mayor would then take jewelry from their homes following his arrest. Alice police said the department reviews seven hundred and fifty unintended death cases to look for similarities other departments plan to do the same Collin county grand jury also indicted Shamir on. Two counts of attempted capital murder. The victims one in plano in another in Frisco survived their attacks Austin, your NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD in other news this morning, a woman killed in bribed by shooting this morning in Dallas, very strange story and KRLD's, Kristen Wiesel has it. Police said the sixty five year old woman slept in the car with her dog at night, because other family members wouldn't allow the dog in the house was on Grenell street and south cliff just after midnight. Police say the woman was in the driveway sleeping in the car when she was shot in the chest, family members, heard the loud noise and found her dead when they went outside the woman's dog was apparently not hurt, but it hasn't been seen since police believe this was a drive by shooting, and it's not clear whether the woman wasn't intended target, Kristen, Wieslaw, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD, the Collin county sheriff's offices arrested euless man for making plans to meet with a thirteen year old for sex, according to investigators John crumbly thought he was chatting with the teen when he made arrangements to meet in McKinney. But instead he was. Actually talking to an undercover investigator with the sheriff's office offices child exploitation unit. Dow's Marnie news reports. Crumley was arrested and is now charged with online, solicitation of a minor Catholics across Texas. Meanwhile, cross country reacting to the Dallas police department rage yesterday at the offices of the Dallas Catholic diocese, KRLD's Allen sky, with more Monica by lived in the Catholic diocese of Galveston, Houston, as a child in the nineteen seventies. She says she was abused by a priest and found his name on the list of credibly, abused freeze that was released in February by tells NBC five she was just a toddler when she was abused while I knew that it was something wrong because it was painful by says she was glad to see police taking documents from three locations in the diocese of Dallas. She says people cannot trust the church itself to protect children, the survivors network of those abused by priests says it's glad to see police and prosecutors taking the issue of clergy, abuse, Texas, seriously and not just relying on the promises of church officials. Alan sky, NewsRadio to maybe KRLD North.
"mike rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Mike Rogers with the other side of the news. If anyone deserves it sort of treatment, it would be politicians Rafter ninety years, even they need a break from the birds roosting in the porticos of the Illinois state capitol building tens of thousands of birds pages during the day and then. The starlings. Starling an absolute nightmare in the evenings. And all throughout the night at building manager. Don, Cox, anyone that is exit exodus in the evening hours on the north side has managed to experience a lot of the birds and very delicately put their done what he's talking about. Of course, are the little birdie bombs, the starlings drop from the rafters and the noise they make an in Horton amount of noise and talks says they've tried everything to get rid of them from steel spikes to rubber snakes, even fireworks. Illegal and ineffective. We've just tried everything. Imaginable. Three. Which is why illinois's new secretary of state has approved spending thirty thousand dollars on yet. Another Starling deterrent a net covering the porticos from stem disturned strong, very tight as tight as a tennis racket and almost invisible. So as not to ruin the appearance of the building bird flame into the death. Then they will decide to go somewhere else. They'll be installing those nets this summer. And if they don't work Alcock says they've always got those Strobe lights he found on the internet. I don't think we'll ever throw in the towel. And I'm Mike Rogers with the other side of the news on News Radio. And the other side.
"mike rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Good morning. It's nine oh. Three a few light showers. Fifty three degrees right now and other cool wet day today. Highs in the fifties. We'll hear from chief meteorologist Dan Brune off in just a few minutes with traffic and weather together on the aids to give you an update with Mike Rogers in Amanda garra. I'm Scott, SAM's. This is the KRLD morning news. Thank you for being with us this morning tax dot making emergency repairs right now to fix the damage on. I thirty five e in Carrollton, it buckled. Probably because of rain yours. KRLD's? Allen's guy in Carrollton up says rain likely caused a gash in the pavement on thirty five near beltline yesterday lanes were sitting at different levels Carrollton. Police responded to five different crashes and one officer was rear ended himself. The officer was not hurt in the crash is only caused minor injuries. But one man who stopped at a gas station long. Thirty five says, the rain has made his commute tougher streaming dangerous especially for bikers and then. Night. Yes. Very dangerous tech. Stocks finished repairs today, but says potholes could form across North Texas because the rain is getting squeezed into the pavement and causing cracks in Carrollton. Alan Scaia, NewsRadio. Tonight KRLD, Allan, thank you. We'll sanitary sewer issues. They continue to be widespread and getting worse across North Texas. Again, thanks to the rain to more sanitary sewer overflows are reported in plano one. Is that Wildwood, circle and the other on San Simeon way, both Rowlett creek and spring creek have been affected by about one.
"mike rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"KRLD. Mike Rogers here for the KRLD morning news along with Scott, SAM's. Amanda Gera, we've got all the day's news for you from right here in North Texas to the latest, national and international news is wet. And don't forget the other side of the news at six twenty nine forty every morning right here on KRLD. Mike Rogers here for the KRLD morning news. I was born in Dallas spent most of my life here. You know? There's a crazy stuff that goes on all over North Texas every day. And Scott Sam Amanda garra, and I will have those stories for you. Plus the league is from Austin Washington anywhere in the world news is happening along with traffic and weather together on the H, and you all of our smart and beautiful listeners. You're the best part of all five to ten every morning right here on KRLD. This is KRLD meteorologist air with another edition of leather want. A what what we're all familiar. What a drought is here in North Texas. But the simple definition, it's a shortage of water over an extended period of time. Now droughts are a normal part of the climate cycle clear in all climate zones or expand can be short or Spanish years. There's been at least three major US droughts. And the last one hundred years, I court you all know the nineteen thirties dust bowl, but another big one happened in the nineteen fifties. Each of these lasted five to seven years and covered large areas of the country with devastating results, although hurricanes and tornadoes are more dramatic droughts are among the most costly weather related events and the most far reaching nine hundred eighty just to twenty fourteen there were twenty two drought events with losses exceeding one billion dollars. Now droughts may require safety precautions like, other, weather hazards. He's right conditions awfully to brush fires or wildfires. When they're severe weather, North, Texas. I'll help keep you informed around the clock on NewsRadio. Ten eighty care. Well, t- I'm Chris.
"mike rogers" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Eat it. Fifty one forty, nine. We go through one more folks. One more. Okay. Again, I'm sorry very choppy, but this is a critical Newsday and I would be doing you as stream the service. I did not put that out there. Getting back this one reason. One possible reason we're looking at for the withholding of the testimony by these three players. Jim Komi, John Brennan. And Mike Rogers, as Carlson speculates is what's Johnny Huber up through Joe member. John Huber the United States attorney assigned back in November two, twenty seventeen look into FIS abuse yet. Yeah, I do. Carlson makes an interesting suggestion that you know we put out before, but it's it's worth revisiting. On the take it east front. Remember the inspector general investigating the FIS abuse has no authority to prosecute at all. He's an investigator when I was a secret service agent, I investigate yo for felonious mobry. I present my evidence to the United States attorney vais, and they alone decide to subpoena or to prosecute it is not the secret service agent. The inspector general has the same limitations. He cannot prosecute. He can only investigate Jon Huber who was assigned by sessions back in November twenty two, twenty seventeen to investigate this. The buckle has been suspiciously quietly. I'd forgotten all about them until you mentioned of course. So does everybody else? I think that's intentional. May I suggest to you that Carlson's onto something here. That the reason Jim Komi John Brennan and Mike Rogers testimonies may not being will be released publicly is because they may be used behind the scenes because Mike Rogers, why believe was a hero in this thing? The head of the NSA who exposed a lot of the abuses and things like that. Do you think it's just possible that his testimony is being used against the testimony of Komi and Brennan and they're not releasing it publicly because they don't want any kind of coordination or anything like that happen or they give them any ammunition beforehand. Folks. Again, I, I've been telling you with the take it east. I know some people like it. Some don't. I'm certainly again with sessions. I very upset about a lot of the ways things have been handled, but suggesting that nothing's going on behind the scenes. This absurd, it makes Carlson's assertion ear and his piece makes perfect sense. Why would they not declassify Komi Brennan and Rogers testimony behind closed doors because they're likely part of a massive prosecutorial effort going on behind the scenes by Huber tough. Finally, to finally bring down some of the players in this thing who were involved in. Remember what I told you potential felony leaks of information. Potential felony leaks and potential abuses of the FIS process and the woods procedure to verify information. There's the threesome, okay, here's where the prosecution. If it's happening right now, which I think it is going to go felony leaks of information violations of the Pfizer court process for presenting information using the what's kind of like a to him, but to some threes using the woods procedure, which indicates how information supposed to make it into the FIS accord with specific verification processes there. Also, I believe going to be massive, administrative penalties, who from people who continue to use Christopher Steele as a source, despite the FBI deeming him quote not suitable for us. There's something happening folks. All right. Thanks again for tuning in. I really appreciate it means a lot to me I, the audience has been growing. I'm sorry for the choppy show today. But again, it was necessary. I respect my audience and I don't like doing it like that. But given the gravity, today's information I wanted to be sure you had the latest stuff and now you do three or four key senators vote? Yes, cavenaugh moves on. We win new rules. We win. You lose. Please pick up my new book folks. I know if you haven't yet. I'm not the greatest salesman in the world, but I'd appreciate it. I'm really bad at this, but my new book spy gate is now available the release dates October ninth next week. But if you buy it, it'll be show up at your door and a couple of days it's for all purposes available..
"mike rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"With Mike Rogers at Amanda garra. I'm Scott, SAM's. This is the KRLD morning news. Thank you for being with us this morning. Top story at the bottom of the hour. Howdy, folks. The great state fair of Texas opens today and fair workers are already they're getting ready for the folks KRLD's Kristen Wiesel joins us live from fair park. Where are you Kristin? Hey, scott. I'm in the Coliseum at fair park right now, actually where it's not just people getting ready for everyone here. The animals are getting ready as well for all the new livestock shows and events at the fares. Putting on this year the Coliseum? This is the spot for the brand new the petting zoo. It's moved here into the Coliseum. This year just to have more room for these animals, but one of the big new livestock attractions. This year is going to be the birthing barn. A spokesman for the livestock tells me that the goal is to have a live birth in that barn every day of the fair. And there will always be a lots of new a little babies to come see. So everyone can certainly ask questions about them. And just learn some facts all about these animals, so again here in the Coliseum where the petting zoo is and if you're I would love for you to join me coming up on Facebook live on our Carol de Facebook page, we're going to take a look inside this brand new expanded heading zero live at fair park. Kristen Wisel NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Hi, kristen. Thank you. I just retweeted one of Christians tweet said bunch of little bitty baby. Pigs real cute. We're going to celebrate the opening of the state fair at seven fourteen this morning. We're going to give away a four pack of tickets. So you can get in free be fun six thirty one. Now, he KRLD CBS news update. Republican leaders on the Senate Judiciary committee have set the vote for three hours from now on Brett Cavanaugh they met last night after impassioned testimony from the supreme court nominee and the woman who accuses him of sex assault. Christine Blasi Ford. Democrats like Delaware's Andrew Coon say they need more time to thank I hope that members of the committee who heard this whole day agree that what we should do. Here is pause for a week and investigate these allegations. It could be close with eleven Republicans expected to vote. Yes. On sending Kavanagh's nomination to the full Senate ten Democrats expected to vote. No, Tennessee, Republican Bob corker. I don't know that they've done a head.
New iPhones with Larger Screens Deemed Sexist for Being Too Big for Some Women's Hands
"Forty one. Now, upper body insanity. I Mike Rogers with the other side of the news, and you and I are never again allowed to complain about. How hard it is to keep our New Year's resolutions. Given what Enrica Trevino of Dallas is doing? He's. A sergeant in the marines. And what a goal he set for himself. This past New Year's everybody has the resolutions. I want to be able to bench this. I want to be able to bench this, and I kind kinda came over to their idea saying,
Facebook will start fact-checking memes
"Be for the schools. They won't be available for rental complex will be able to her for construction is expected to be completed in the fall of twenty twenty Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD in a blog post today. Facebook said it's expanding. It's fact checking efforts in
Former Dallas Cowboys RB Joseph Randle arrested on suspicion of rape charge
"Story of former Dallas Cowboys running back has been arrested on rape charges. KRLD's Cameron Fairchild joins us now. Live from the newsroom with this. Breaking story. Cameron scott. Former running back Joseph Randall arrested early this morning in Kansas. He's in the Sedgwick county jail facing that rape charge. He was a fifth round draft pick in two thousand thirteen played college ball at Oklahoma state. He was on the Cowboys roster for four seasons. Mostly in a backup role ended his career in disgrace suspended by the NFL for violating the league's personal conduct rules in two thousand fourteen he was arrested in a Frisco department store accused of stealing men's underwear and Cologne and last year. Randall was convicted by jury of aggravated battery aggravated burglary criminal threat and possession of
Roseanne character will be dead in spinoff, John Goodman predicts
"With Mike. Rogers and Amanda garra I'm Scott SAM's this is the. KRLD morning news thank you for being with us this morning CBS news update friction between President Trump and Senator John McCain was. Amplified by, the controversy over flying the flag at the White House comments like. This one from a woman in. Phoenix prompted the re lowering the flag yesterday It's an insult to to our forces salt anybody that served Murray greens morning the American, flag flying over the White House
Measles case confirmed at Plano West Senior High School
"Plano west senior high school is open, today but there's a student there it's been diagnosed with a measles years KRLD's Allen sky Collin county. Healthcare services says it confirmed the measles case and, anyone who is at the school last week between August fourteenth and sixteenth, may have been exposed that was the first week of school. In plano Collin county health is telling, people who were at the school last week even people who've been vaccinated to watch for symptoms. Through September sixth Texas requires gets to be vaccinated but it's also one of eighteen states that lets families, opt out for personal or moral reasons the state health department says almost, two percent of kids opt out of vaccines in plano in North Texas only Frisco has a greater. Percentage of unvaccinated kids at about two point.
UPDATE 1-Magnitude 6.2 offshore quake hits west of Oregon -USGS
"Venezuela was hit late yesterday by the largest earthquake in one hundred and eighteen years there the US Geological Survey says the seven point three magnitude earthquake. Occurred thirteen, miles south of Iraq I was felt across that country in Columbia and
Will Travis Frederick return to Dallas Cowboys?
"By Tennessee California Missouri and New Mexico. The researchers found there were one point three nine deaths per one hundred, million miles driven in two thousand sixteen the study found only eighty six percent of Texas drivers. Are insured Kelly NewsRadio to Naty KRLD forty. Three now the Cowboys hoping for a return. Soon of one of their injured offense lineman Senator Travis Frederick has next ears is that a forced him to sit out for a couple of weeks he saw a specialist earlier this week I wanna find Three the fan owner Jerry. Jones said of the outlook for Frederick is good they were positive for the future
"mike rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Good morning. It is five oh three we have a, few clouds in the sky, and, eighty one degrees right now sunny. Hot again today highs in the upper, nineties with Mike Rogers and amend a gara- I'm Scott SAM's this is the KRLD morning news thank you for being with, us this morning former bald. Springs police officer ROY Oliver stands trial today for murder KRLD's LP Philip says the top story the testimonies to, begin after opening statements. At nine o'clock despite efforts by Oliver's attorneys to push the trial back the trial judge and an appeals court both refused to delay the case Oliver's accused of. Shooting fifteen year old Jordan Edwards as he left a party the teen was unarmed prosecutors may try to bring up an incident two weeks before the shooting when Oliver, pulled a gun on a. Woman during a Fender. Bender accident KRLD legal analyst Ed Klein want to be able to try to show that this particular person. Accused of this. Crime engaged in behavior Recently before the accusations in this case that would support a continuing course of conduct a judge won't. Let that testimony. In unless he gives special permission. LP Phillips News Radio ten eighty KRLD it's, now five zero four at, Dallas, city councilman says the state fair. Of Texas. Should be paying for its, own security Phillip Kingston says Dallas police have pulled officers from their beats to work at the fair for years your neighborhoods, will lose police if the. State fair doesn't pay for its own security tells NBC five he'll submit a budget amendment to force the fair, to pay for its. Own security right now the fair pays overtime but it doesn't reimburse the city when officers work at fair park during their regular shift kids in Frisco they are..
AstraZeneca settles Texas drug lawsuits for $110 million
"A big, pharmaceutical company will pay millions of dollars to Texas to settled some. Lawsuits Astra Zeneca is accused of cheating the state's Medicaid program the company. Will pay one hundred. Ten million dollars. To settle claims it fraudulently marketed to medications, Sarah quel an antipsychotic and Kress store A cholesterol drug Astra Zeneca maintains it did nothing wrong the drug maker still faces another lawsuit brought by one of the Texas whistle blowers in federal court in Brooklyn on behalf of the United. States and more than two dozen
"mike rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Good morning it's five oh three we have. A few clouds. In the sky and seventy four. Degrees right now sunny and hot today highs, in the nineties. With Mike Rogers and Amanda garra I'm Scott SAM's this is the KRLD morning news, thank you for being with us this morning top story engineers now trying. To figure out why part of that parking garage collapsed in urban yesterday some people with. Cars parked inside still. Waiting to get their vehicles out KRLD's Allen sky has our top story part. Of the parking garage in Las, Colinas collapsed eleven thirty yesterday morning. Then a second part of the garage caved in, about four thirty yesterday afternoon nobody was hurt in either collapsed but some people tell NBC five they. Were walking right outside the roof just, collapsed and the cars just started falling down and crushing the cars, on the lower level of the, garage after I collapse the Irving fire department sort of letting people in, one by one to move their cars they were. Parked far enough away but no one Was allowed inside the. Garage after. The second. Collapse Irving. Fires is it could be a few days before all the cars are removed Alan Scaia NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD other news this morning fire crews in Hearst. Are working to. Knock down a fire ended up. Bartman on Norwood bribe at east pipeline broke, out shortly after. Four o'clock this morning no reports of injuries at this point at this isn't a, developing story though so stay with KRLD throughout the morning for the latest. Information to people have died in northwest Dallas meanwhile police called about a stabbing about two. O'clock this morning the. Bodies found at an apartment complex on Royal lane near Harry Hines the detectives. Spent the rest of the night, at the scene they're not saying. Who died or who did it with the boyfriend, securely in jail for life Tarrant county prosecutors are now going after the mother of a murdered Arlington. Toddler KRLD's LP Phillips has that story, the state says Alexis Botello is not only guilty of capital murder, in the death of her eighteen, month old daughter It says she helped her boyfriend get rid of the child's. Bonnie Botello is the. Second to stand trial for the July fourth two thousand. Fourteen beating and stomping death of Tyler Moore her boyfriend Joshua beard was sent to prison for good. Earlier, this year during the first trial the evidence show beard. Savagely beat the girl to death the state says Botello, did not protect, your daughter police found the child's body buried under a Parker. County bridge several days later they say the mother helped conceal her, daughter's death LP Phillips News, Radio ten. Eighty KRLD so leaders the Dallas city hall they're gonna look over a plan for dealing with the. City's homeless problem, today the plan includes you using existing buildings like city rec centers at temporary homeless shelters CARA Caroline Lives near.
Gluten-free kids' foods loaded with sugar
"Dole rain, on the east coast it. Is awful good, morning to, you it is now eight thirty one along with Mike Rogers I'm Garrett Scott is off this morning CBS news update flood watches and warnings are posted from the Carolinas up to New England today with days of heavy rain in. The forecast, for the east coast CBS news meteorologist David Parkinson prolong stretch of. Rain that continues from now at least into Wednesday and frankly this could continue for, another eight or ten or even fourteen days it's that long of a, tropical moisture feet CBS's Tony dokoupil as in Schuylkill county Pennsylvania for a. Nineteen year old has been. Swept away a swollen creek but thirty minutes south of where I am along. A different flooded creek two young women were walking both of them went. Under one young woman was able to. Escape to safety the other one in nineteen year old is still missing at this point nobles amusement park Hershey Park zoo America we're all Forced. To close because of the flooding extreme heat and record-breaking. Temperatures continue, in the western portion of, the country CBS, news update, I'm Deborah Rodriguez the death toll is now up to seventy with three times that many injured due to a pair of wildfires in Greece they're both in a seaside area near Athens green area where many Athenians have their summer. Homes many, people including families with children who are now on on school holidays. Where their summer homes at the time and this pardon me explains that the number, of dead numbers injured which are over one hundred and fifty from what, we see so President Trump is threatening to revoke the security clearances of. Six Obama era national security. Officials who've been critical of him under fire are John Brennan James Komi James. Clapper Michael Hayden Susan Rice and Andrew McCabe they've politicized and in some. Cases monetize their public service and security. Clearances Republican Senator rand Paul brought the idea to the president I think there's a great danger to. People on television who are speaking off the cuff who were. Getting classified information. A spokesperson for Brennan a former CIA director says President Trump is trying to divert attention from the ongoing Russia investigation that. Is CBS correspondent Lauren Podesta man accused of, killing a Dallas police officer is back in jail, could be bailed out for a second time later today daydream breedlove bonded out of jail twenty four hours after. The death of senior corporal Jamie givens yesterday he was brought back into be fitted for an ankle monitor judge will decide whether. To raise the bond and read less mental status is also being evaluated givens. Meanwhile remembered by his fellow officers at a vigil last night police chief. Rene hall, shared a, touching interaction, with givens, mother after she. Had learned. That her son was dead and breedlove was in custody awards were Is he okay We answered he, is in custody And you. Say I'm not concerned about that I just wanna make sure that everybody is. Ok and no one else died public. Visitation for givens is tomorrow. Evening Preston would Baptists in plano his funeral on Thursday morning. Is also open to the public so gluten free that's big fad right now will and you study suggests that just. Because something says it's gluten, free that doesn't mean it's healthier especially. When it comes, to our children researchers at Canada's university of Calgary examine various packaged food products for kids that were labeled gluten free and found that eighty eight percent of. Them were of, poor nutritional quality in most cases they were found to have too, much, sugar, too much total fat. Saturated fat and trans fatty acids as one of the study authors put it being. Gluten free doesn't mean, it's healthy, there's still, processed foods Jim Chenevey.
How do you rebrand Papa John's when the problem is Papa John?
"Less than twenty four hours after papa john's c e o john schnatter resigns the companies pr firm is now dumping them papa john's hired olsen engage last year to help the brain recover after schneider made some critical comments about the nfl then we'll a statement metals engage says they worked with papa john's but had quote significant recurring differences with their founder regarding the best ways to address the controversies schnatter resigned yesterday after admitting to making a racial slur in a meeting it is now six twenty two time for the other side of the news pinza flying by mike rogers with the other side of the news and as is so often the case it was a remarkable accomplishment born out of boredom gene weapon to the lebanon indiana admits it be just been furloughed at his job two weeks is all but still eight did have some time to kill while forget lineup to do it then it'd be worth the shots try it's being the world wreck record for continuous bowling record was two hours fifteen it's more than two full days of bowling but gene wasn't intimidated you went right down to the lebanon bowling center in fact and got started picking up a strike on his berry verse throw like to go bowling with my friend bird with the ball many didn't take long for problems arise fifteen pound bowling bowl and for the first eight hours i used my clinton until i get my hands on the ball and he couldn't get his hand in the ball because well it starts falling all make so he started bowling left handed throw after throw after throw a total of.
Firefighters make progress on Northern California wildfire
"Now good morning six thirty with amanda garra i'm scott sam's this is the krld morning news thank you for being with us this morning mike rogers has the morning off top story at the bottom of the hour all those wildfires out west cbs news update at least sixty wildfires are now burning in the us most of them in the west firefighters in eagle county colorado are hoping thunderstorms and rain today will help douse flames that have burned more than one hundred homes forcing evacuations from more than two thousand others were scared right but we have our pets we ever kids we're going to lake christine fire has burned through nearly two and a half million acres since january wrecking actually the wind has been blowing all day rather strong largest of the wildfires is in northern california cbs's john blackstone is in yellow county fighting helicopters flew into thick smoke battling a massive wildfire that's burning more than eighty thousand acres in three rural counties west of sacramento nearly three thousand firefighters have been working around the clock lighting backfires building a containment lines in an effort to keep the flames at bay cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez well crews are making progress in palo pinto kelaniya this morning but the wildfire there it's still getting bigger the texas forest service says the wildfire burning west of the town of palo pinto has now grown to forty five hundred acres crews have that fire forty percent contained they're building lines around the fire to protect homes and other buildings but they say hills and forests are making it tough to cut those lines several counties west of fort worth have declared local disasters to ban the use of fireworks alan sky on newsradio ten eighty six thirty two now woman who is being carjacked and south dallas overnight fought back she sent the carjacker to the hospital police officer to make kimbro says a man jumped into a car at the gas station long camp wisdom of you block your mind twenty she said the woman's children were sitting in the back seat is the man drove away from her about what the head causing the vehicle crashed into a telephone pole that man is now in the hospital the.
Landmark abortion vote in Ireland may change constitution
"Memo that came out from from him not painting a full picture of what is happening allowing a certain narrow narrative to to take hold is that what you're worried about here that the president and maybe his allies in congress might be able to create a nerve narrative doesn't paint the whole picture at all completely you know the something's just they look one way and you you know from public view you look at something and say oh my gosh that guy's guilty well that's why you have investigations that's why they're most of that information is as sensitive and classified because at the end of the day you go you know what the facts present a very different picture but you should see all of the facts and what happens in these very partisan investigations is that you don't get all the facts you get the facts that they want you to see for them for you to come to their conclusion and the democrats do it and the republicans do it and they've been doing it throughout this event which i think is just a horrible injustice to something that i think is pretty serious the questioning of the institutions of the united states and you know serious government accusations against individuals mike rogers former republican congressman he chaired the house intelligence committee also former fbi special agent congressman really appreciate your time david thanks for having me the people of ireland vote tomorrow in a referendum that would open up the availability of of abortion this in a country that has some of the most restrictive abortion laws in europe opinion polls show that the vote is likely to be closely contested in that country where a majority of people still describe themselves as catholic here's reporter alex fordham from dublin in bright sunshine outside the elegant entrance to trinity college dublin students hand out leaflets asking people to vote to repeal the part of the constitution that effectively bans abortion cherry colored sweaters with repeal written on them and big smiles but one of them sinead clark says it's not been easy wanna very emotionally taxing and especially even just today when when people come to you and say they hope you die or yell rude words that you just like slow things like that prehistoric can socially conservative country ireland has made huge changes since the nineteen ninety s.
"mike rogers" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Have on tax reform or infrastructure but if you look at people who've endorse me mo brooks in this race like laura ingram mark levin sean hannity ann coulter tea party patriots freedomworks gun owners of america alabama congressman mike rogers congressman mark meadows who's the chair of the house freedom caucus women for trump's doing this for trump they spend time come actually doing the analysis in comparison because they have people in time in wish to get that done but the president i don't know if anyone is well known listening in this audience has been in this situation and much less a senator a congressman your time is torn and i'm sure that the president just quite frank we did not have time to investigate the various candidates in this race as well as he should have an let's be clear when the president endorse luther strange he dissed nine republican candidates albeit done a gentili has since dropped out endorse me so we're down to eight it and i don't think that the president spent the time to fully of i await the qualities of the eight non luther strange candidates in this republican primary nyati dissed them all for donald trump to put his name on this endorsement rally at the simultaneously being misinformed does that to diminish his ability or capabilities are competency in your in your mind i understand the the strain and stress that his own the president on his states and i understand how he has to rely on advice and i understand how mitch mcconnell probably gave the president bad advice i hope that the president will be able to going forward focused on the things he needs to do to get his legislative agenda pass i'm a strong supporter of president trump's america first agenda heck i was in america first agenda long before president trump ever considered running for the presidency so i hope that he will be able to focus his efforts on getting his agenda through the united states congress but so far he's pretty much 0 for the playing fee because the united states senate i have not seen a single substantive piece of legislation that hits the major public policy issues that we face as a country get through the united states senate so as of today the president the white house is zero for the playing field on the.