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Biden signs historic $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief law
"Trillion Covert relief bill that's been passed by the House will include $1400 stimulus checks for most Americans extended unemployment benefits and expansion of the child tax credit, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says of the legislation. That's why the most transformative that I have seen in my over 30 years in the Congress. But Republicans are critical of the legislation, saying much of it doesn't go to immediate needs related to the coronavirus. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise 95% of the money in this bill for schools can't even be spent this year, but stimulus checks are expected to go out to those who qualify in the coming weeks. Mitchell
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"To convict Donald Trump faced immediate blowback within a Republican party that is still intensely loyal to the former president. And with Trump expected to make his first speech since leaving White, the White House next week, we asked 5 30 eights, Nate Silver, just how much retribution the senators who defied him will face For the time being. There is no doubt that the Republican Party is still the party of Donald Trump. A recent Quinnipiac poll found that 75% of GOP voters still not come to play a prominent role in the party as compared to 21% who don't And some of the Republicans voted to convict Trump on impeachment charges, such as Louisiana's Bill Cassidy and North Carolina's Richard Burr was censured by their state Republican Party's Now look, these seven, Sanders did do something fairly bold other than Mitt Romney's vote on Trump's first impeachment no center had ever voted to convict a president off his own party. At the same time. There's a reason why the Republicans who chose convict Trump elected to do so their personal electoral circumstances made it a little bit safer. North Carolina's Burr and Pennsylvania's Pat Toomey are retiring and so had very little to lose Susan Colleges from Maine estate Trump lost by nine points. That boat connected actually helped her reputation as a moderate. In Alaska. There's a new, nonpartisan blanket primary starting next year, where the top four finishers invest in general election regardless of party, So Lisa Murkowski doesn't need to worry about a Republican primary challenge. Well. Recent polling shows bombings popularity has plummeted among Republicans in Utah. It's improved among Democrats giving him any respectable 50% approval rating. Overall, that just leaves the weekend is Cassidy and the best has been sass, but they're not up for reelection until 2026 Maybe enough time for hooking voters to forgive or forget. So I buy that these centers votes to commit. Trump could make their lives a bit more complicated, but none of them have signed an electoral death warrant. The House Minority whip says school should be open Now the science says they could be in the classroom. Today. The question is, is the will there for some politicians in Washington who are bowing to the teachers unions? Right now, the first priority should be the kids on a bee sees this week, Louisiana Republican Steve Scully says. If more money for schools is included in the proposed relief package money, it should be tied to them reopening, he says there is Maura unused federal money from previous stimulus packages. It should be used before more funding is allocated. Scully says that Washington leaders need to stop bowing down to teachers unions, tired of the same old, same.
House prepares to impeach Trump for inciting the U.S. Capitol riot
"Democrats are moving forward with the plan to impeach President Trump for a second time. President has just nine days left in office, and Democrats say this week they plan to file an impeachment resolution. This follows Trump's incitement of his supporters last Wednesday, hundreds of whom descended on the U. S Capitol. The violent scene left five people dead, including a Capitol police officer and NPR congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell is here with us this morning with the latest take healthy. Good morning. How will this impeachment proceeding work? Well, it will start today when Democrats plan to bring up a resolution that would call on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment. Democrats will try to pass that unanimously, but Republicans could and probably will block it with just one objection. After that, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is basically giving Pence 24 hours. I kind of ultimatum to decide if he's going to invoke the 25th amendment. If he doesn't she plans to bring the process you know to Ah, hold of bring together the process to hold a vote on impeachment. Which could happen as early as Wednesday. Now on the question of impeachment, it's currently just one article referring to incitement to insurrection. It's based on Trump's address to the crowd before the riots began, and his attempts to overturn the election in 2020 more than 200. Democrats have signed on, and I'm told that they expect some Republicans will support it, too. You know, Democrats are pretty unified and saying what happened? The capital cannot be swept under the rug. Is that Trump can't be allowed to simply leave office without any consequences, And they want to make sure that the Senate has the opportunity to vote to convict so that it can bar trump from holding future federal office. Okay, Kelsey. This actually brings me to the question of Republicans. We heard a few of them say over the last few days, they want Trump out of office. How widespread? Is that feeling within the GOP, you know, some of that is kind of hard to gauge because most of them have been quiet. We know that Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski was the first to say that Trump should resign, but she's been joined by retiring Senator Pat Toomey. He was asked about this yesterday on CNN. I think at this point with just a few days left, it's the best half forward. Now there are a few others that agree. But some others, like Missouri Senator Roy Blunt, who's part of Republican leadership, says he basically wants Trump to be quiet for 10 days and just leave. You know, House Republican leaders have also mostly been silent, except for Liz Cheney, who has often broken with the rest of House Republican leadership when it comes to Trump Okay. This process the house wants to do is is really quick. But there's still the Senate, right? And you know, that is really the wild card here because Republicans will control the Senate until the Georgia elections are certified. And then the Senate has to meet and do some required organizing work. So that means that Mitch McConnell would control the timing and the Senate is out of session. So what would need to happen is they would have to bring them back into session. They would start a trial basically around Inauguration Day. Once an impeachment trial is triggered in the Senate, it stops everything else from happening. It forces senators to come to the Senate floor stick down six days a week until the trial concludes, and that could take weeks. House Minority Whip Jim Clyburn floated a proposal that he says could solve it. Here He is yesterday on CNN President Look Bad 100 days he needs to get his agenda off and running. Maybe we'll send you the articles. Sometimes after that, Ah, 100 Days is a really long time And that could be well after Trump leaves office And you know, Democrats want to proceed for all the reasons I've mentioned before, but this creates a really complicating political moment for Biden as he tries to, you know, move forward and move the country ahead. And this is all happening. I 30 seconds with you as we prepare for Joe Biden's inauguration. What are the concerns about safety? Yeah, they're still concerns the capitals a little bit like a fortress right now, with fences and National Guard troops and there. There's a process of a review right now. But there are serious concerns about whether or not the capital but will be fully safe for the bite. Administration were told that there are really efforts right now trying to Trying to beef up security and take every precaution. Possible.
Latest Government Hack Poses 'Grave Risk,' U.S. Cyber Agency Says
"Governments, Cyber Security Agency is expressing increased alarm about a hack of computer systems in the U. S. And around the world that Officials suspect was carried out by Russia, The cyber security unit of the Department of Homeland Security, says the hack poses a grave risk to the U. S government, state and local governments as well as critical infrastructure and private business. California representative Sheila Jackson. Lee says the incident needs to be addressed, so there are major questions as to how extensive the breaches And their major questions about how Devastating the information. That has been garnered. Is in terms of the security of the American people. Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin says the hackings unnerve ng every day. There's a new disclosure of another agency. The reports that they have somehow we don't their way into this important critical information. How much they know what they've gained how much they've compromised us. We don't know yet. While the Trump administration is accusing Russia, the Kremlin's denying they had any part.
Barrett emerges as court favorite; Trump to pick by weekend
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president trump plans to make a quick selection for the latest Supreme Court vacancy president Donald Trump wants possible Senate confirmation of his new Supreme Court nominee before election day let's say I make the announcement on Saturday there's a great deal of time before the election that'll be up to measure the Senate at the White House late Monday and later two stops in Ohio trump said he plans to put forward his nomination to replace justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Friday or Saturday but congressional Democrats like minority whip Dick Durbin are crying foul nation guided by the rule of law cannot have one set of rules under democratic presidents and another set under Republican presidents after the death of justice Antonin Scalia president Barack Obama's nomination of judge Merrick garland in March twenty sixteen was not brought to a vote by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell because it was an election year Mike Crossey up Washington
GOP congressman shares doctored video of disabled activist with Biden
"Twitter has flagged a video as manipulative posted by House Minority Whip Steve Scalise. Now the video edits together an interview between Joe Biden and a disabled activist who speaks through computer voice assistance, making it sound as though he'd convinced Joe Biden to defund police departments. Biden has said he does not support the funding police. The activist 80 Barkin, says school East doctor the video and knows the disability community an apology. Scully spokeswoman says the video was condensed and that viewers were not misled.
White House and Congress Remain Far From Any Stimulus Deal
"In the White House and Congress are pushing for a new Corona stimulus deal. By Friday. Senate Minority Whip and Illinois Democrat Dick Durbin says he's hopeful to get the job done. I think it's unlikely that will be resolved today. I hope that by tomorrow something is broken and we haven't moving
First coronavirus diagnosis among member of Congress sends lawmakers into quarantine
"Hill Florida congressman Mario Diaz Balart and Utah congressman Ben McAdams have both confirmed they tested positive for the corona virus and several additional lawmakers have now gone into self quarantine including house minority whip Steve Scalise Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell meanwhile says work is proceeding on what could be a trillion dollar economic relief measure the Senate's going to stay in session until we finish phase three the next bill and send it over to the house house members remain in their districts and they are not expected to return to Washington until senators reach an agreement on the stimulus plan which could include two one thousand dollar checks going out to most
With the U.S. economy in trouble, Congress seeks to put coronavirus relief bill on a faster track
"Is frustration in the Senate this morning over a delay in voting on you can advocate related to the corona viruses we hear from WTOP's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill what are we waiting for this is a health care emergency Illinois senator Dick Durbin the minority whip the Senate is expected to vote on a house passed measure but members of both parties say this can't be politics as usual the time has come for extraordinary measures Arkansas Republican Tom cotton no one should be going to work in this country and less they are involved in a central activities the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer is proposing a separate measure from the house bill that calls for seven hundred and fifty billion dollars to deal with the virus and a crisis that's changed everyday life for Americans
Clyburn calls for shutting Dem primary down, canceling debates after Biden surge
"Got to find out anything else you knows about chaos now is a procedure that chief isn't this top security what should we activate the code of silence they're trying to put the they're gonna put show pride in a cone of silence there's an article in the American thinker about putting Joe Biden in a cone to keep them from getting in trouble house minority whip a majority whip rather Jim Clyburn is suggesting the Democratic National Committee step in and cancel the remaining presidential primaries and debates if it appears Joe Biden is favored to win the nomination freight of what he might do to **** defeat from the jaws of victory to watch imposes notice this apparently divide vice president former vice president's speeches have been averaging between seven and twelve minutes to keep him from gasping on the campaign trail joining us now Republican strategist Matt McCauley act Matt the Democrats were first nervous about Bernie Sanders and now they're nervous about the mouth on Joe Biden yeah I mean it's this campaign's change quite a bit last two weeks I did look like Sanders was going to be the nominee going into South Carolina and and other firewall held for provide me one by such a large margin that carried him to the transmitters on super Tuesday and then on on on last Tuesday so yeah look bye bye needs a different candidate Sanders no question about that he does not create into heaven on the left I've been a long time is a really long record as we all know he makes mistakes you verbally he does on the campaign trail regularly and and now that he is you know really becoming the presumptive nominee the Democrats are really trying to tighten up around him we just installed a new campaign manager other cutting back his advance is going to be doing less interviews and yes his speeches are going to be far shorter instead of being a thirty minutes or an hour there could be maybe seven ten minutes at most hoping to to prevent him from creating the kind of moment that would change the campaign or give up something they could really use against him he's just a figure head is just the party that's running for office well it's yeah I mean the you know the Democrats know that there's a lot stake here and while there I think you know they they were happy that they were able to stop very Sanders that doesn't mean that divide is perfect he's not perfect you know he's a vestige of of a different of another era he's a white male to time the Democrats want anything other than that in as a sub for me he has a long record of of you know saying things that are pretty ridiculous even in the last few weeks he's confused what office he's running for what state he's in just really basic things and so they're misused questions about his stamina and his capacity the last few months and now of course this race enters a different phases he continues to get close to locking up the nomination did you know the the the stakes are going to rise the pressure's going to rise I don't think they can hide him forever but while we're in this intermediate phase before he becomes the actual nominee we moved to channel action they may be able to cut back things a little bit ma'am can I ask Republican strategist with us is it's interesting though that you know there were a lot of things that trump said on the campaign trail that everybody thought that's it his campaigns over somehow he managed to not like turn them around so that they weren't gaps he sort of own them what's the difference between these two candidates on one hand it seems as though some of the things that by just saying indicates maybe there's a problem with mental acuity in this situation as opposed to president trump to sort of says what's on his shoulder what's the difference between the two candidates yeah it's a little bit of a difference because you know the question the question with Biden's really you know does is he up to this is he is he okay what is his health status monitor running serious questions and and rob were voted out on asking them I mean these questions I would ask for months and months and months on on a major media outlets even by Democrats even by democratic candidates running for president they've been asked so it's not a not a new subject yeah you're right with trump I mean he's very very you know nontraditional is very unusual as a national figure yeah and I think you know his bluntness is is our president right you you know you you can come to expect that now about trump it's not a question of whether he has the sort of mental capacity to do the job or continue doing the job he's doing the job now so there's not much question about that with Biden he's not done the job he's been vice president but it's not the same thing and so the question is can he can handle it with pine and that's question he's gonna have to answer every single day for the election all right it's the stuff of Republican Mistretta just ma'am a callback thanks for your time this morning we appreciate it
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"Seven house minority whip Steve Scalise is praising the president's strong week that started in Iowa the people there were excited about what the president's done to deliver for them the Democrats showed on the other side they can't even learn how to count let alone manage the economy Scully's appeared on fox and friends multiple fatalities in the Mississippi house fire a mother and her six children are dead following a horrific house fire in Clinton Mississippi just outside of Jackson firefighters got the call just past midnight Saturday the only survivor is the father of the family he managed to escape but sustained burns smoke inhalation and several cuts and bruises while trying in vain to rescue his wife and kids the seven victims range in age from thirty three to one year old the state fire marshal's office is now trying to find out what caused this fatal fire Karen McCue fox news it's become a booming business and now you'll be able to pursue a college degree for the cannabis industry around State University in pueblo this fall will offer a cannabis biology and chemistry program which will focus on the science necessary to work in the cannabis field ever post reports the program will be similar to double majoring in biology and chemistry university says it's not for or against cannabis button all about the science and training of students legal cannabis has become one of the largest cash crops in the US generating billions of dollars revenue and thousands of jobs giochi Europe fox news Orson bean the actor and comedian was hit and killed by a car and Venice California he was ninety one and Robert Conrad the actor who starred in the sixties TV series Hawaiian eye in the wild wild west also died today he was eighty four the actor died of heart failure I'm Debbie Hadley and this is fox news by the person who runs usable get any guest services examined by the look on the side you just stand the speed and he could not be but I CBC down the regular team football the only thing it does seem to sit in the single this keeps you honest it is intended to pursue the needs of your examine is either of them in the radiology infoboom the oil cannibalism hello he cannot give me can you please tell me kind of that if you look here my.
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"House minority whip Steve Scalise says praising the president's strong week that started and Iowa well there were excited about what the president's done to deliver for them the Democrats showed on the other side they can't even learn how to count let alone manage the economy Scully's appeared on fox and friends multiple fatalities in the Mississippi house fire a mother and her six children are dead following a horrific house fire in Clinton Mississippi just outside of Jackson firefighters got the call just past midnight Saturday the only survivor is the father of the family he managed to escape but sustained burns smoke inhalation and several cuts and bruises while trying in vain to rescue his wife and kids the seven victims range in age from thirty three to one year old the state fire marshal's office is now trying to find out what caused this fatal fire Karen McCue fox news it has become a booming business and now you'll be able to pursue a college degree for the cannabis industry around State University in pueblo this fall will offer a cannabis biology and chemistry program which will focus on the science necessary to work in the cannabis field whatever post reports the program will be similar to double majoring in biology and chemistry the university says it's not for or against cannabis button all about the science and training of students legal cannabis has become one of the largest cash crops in the US generating billions of dollars revenue and thousands of jobs giochi Europe fox news source and be the actor and comedian was hit and killed by a car in Venice California he was ninety one he appeared on to tell the truth and Dr Quinn medicine woman and Robert Conrad the actor who starred in the sixties TV series a why and I and the wild wild west died.
Nancy Pelosi prepares to send articles of impeachment to Senate
"What big news this week the word is Nancy Pelosi the speaker of the house will be headed to the articles of impeachment over to the Senate as we hear from box reporter grip Jinkins finally after more than three weeks to go below sea is rated as soon as articles to Mitch McConnell who says he has the votes to start this trial it is not ruled out calling witnesses but pelo C. Senate with a warning for the Majority Leader I've always said I would send them over so they should there should be any mystery to that the leader of the Senate Mitch McConnell has signed on to a resolution to dismiss the case dismissing is a cover up dismissing is a cover up now she's also drawing heavy criticism for this comment listen let's be optimistic about the future a future that will not have Donald Trump in the White House one way or another ten months from now we will have an election if we don't have him removed sooner but again he will be impeached for ever house minority whip Steve Scalise is tweeting about that specific comment saying it's clear impeachment was a Democrat his job to stay in terms legacy and heard him at the polls nothing more meanwhile a trial could keep five the twenty twenty democratic candidates off the campaign trail Sanders the mature warned Booker and been in are all sitting senators potential jurors the timing something that house minority leader Ken McCarthy says is intended to her Bernie Sanders and help Joe Biden now hello she starts things off tomorrow at our caucus meeting to be followed by eventually sending it to a floor vote in the naming of managers and of course going over to the Senate but the schedule very unclear so by the way are now also pushing if the president should postpone the state of the union scheduled for February fourth there you go that's fox reporter out Greg
House to vote Thursday on curbing Trump actions against Iran
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi call the drone strike that killed the Iran's top general Qasem Soleimani provocative and disproportionate Democrats like Minnesota ill Han all Mar say president trump is too unpredictable this is a man who had who is both an arsonist and a fireman he starts a crisis then he wants to create the appearance of wanting to solve it house minority whip Steve Scalise says now is not the time to hold back the president we should all be coming together to support our commander chief to protect America I'm not debating how to limit the president's ability to defend this country a similar bill faces an uphill fight in the GOP led Senate and if past president trump would veto it and Donahue Washington
Democrats accuse Trump of betraying nation, announce two impeachment articles
"House judiciary chairman Gerald Nadler says a president's given the highest public trust and what that's betrayed endangers the constitution he endangers our democracy and the endangers our national security Nadler and others say the president abused his power and that obstructed Congress with both meriting removing him from office Republicans remain behind him they're not impeaching the president because they they can list an impeachable offense minority whip Steve Scalise says Democrats simply want the president gone before the next election because they can't beat him that's the abuse of power a full house vote of the articles is expected by Christmas followed by a trial in a GOP controlled Senate which is unlikely to convict the president saga roommate Connie at the White House
Republican congressman Steve King: Would humanity exist without rape, incest?
"Controversial while Republican congressman Steve king taking a hit from the president over his comment questioning whether humanity would even exist had it not been for rape and incest before heading for New Hampshire campaign rally the president said certainly it wasn't a good statement king is resisting new calls to resign as Republican conference chairwoman Liz Cheney tweeted his remarks were quote appalling and bizarre and that it's time for him to go house minority whip Steve Scalise told politico his comments are wrong and offensive and underscore why we removed him from his committee's last year following his comments on white nationalism the GOP did strip him of all of
Should Democrats apologize to Trump over collusion claims?
"On Capitol Hill. Lawmakers are still reacting to the findings in the summarized Russia probe report for the house. Criticizing Democrats over the Robert Mueller investigation minority leader Kevin McCarthy says some Democrats should have something to say the president owed an apology from every individual the stood there and said they had proof if they said, they knew of collusion. If they said and went on the American public and misled the took us down this path minority whip Steve Scalise says to Democrats enough is enough
"minority whip" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The Ben Shapiro show will breaking news from Reuters now reporting that three house committees are asking the White House and the State Department for any information on private conversations between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, including an interview with an interpreter who sat in on their one on one meeting in Helsinki last summer. The broader question, the house intelligence, foreign affairs and oversight reform committees asked for the substance of President Trump's and Putin's conversations in person and by phone and for information on whether those conversations had any impact on US foreign policy. Obviously, this is really overstepping the bounds of the legislative branch is really not the president does have plenary power when it comes to speaking with members of of foreign governments. They're asking whether President Trump trying to conceal any information. President Trump also says he will now cooperate with the House Judiciary committee's investigation into his White House reporter asked him on Monday. If you cooperate with the investigation led by committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler from said, I cooperate all the time with everybody. You know, the beautiful thing is no collusion. It's all a hoax. Joining us on the line Representative Andy Biggs, he represents Arizona's fifth congressional district. Also, sits on the House Judiciary committee Representative big thanks so much for joining the Ben Shapiro show. Good to do as always so representatives. Can you start by outlining what exactly the House Judiciary committee is asking for at least Democrats on the House Judiciary committee are? Basi basically seeking everything from time. Donald Trump was born until today. This is so broad, and I it's ridiculous. They want information from eighty one different individuals necessarily even organizations one on the list of the White House. They just send somebody to the White House wants to Trump campaign team with the one that really tickled me the most was to Julian Assange, and if they think Julian Assange is gonna come in and testify. I mean, it's it's what this is is it's an embarrassment to them because they really can't restrain themselves. That's what we that's where we're sitting here. Well, what exactly do you think is the end goal here representatives? Do you actually think that impeachment is on the table? Or is this all just an attempt to generate publicity to stir up some dirt to obscure the fact that maybe there is nothing here in the end will where where do you think they're going with us? What other things going in? I think you're right up of my trying to leave groundwork for impeachment diktat, they might get out of the Muller reports the way they're moving on and believing that they don't think they're going to get anything from the mother report to be able to teach him. So they have to try broadly defined impeach. If you can't get that. And this is just to obliterate the molar findings are. To find a conspiracy between Trump and his campaign and the Russians at the same time. They're trying to embarrass everybody. That's basically all of Donald Trump's family now for those who don't know representatives. Have broad exactly is the subpoena power here. What does President Trump have to comply with if anything? Well, in theory, it's pretty broad. But we we can't even enforce our own subpoenas going to court. We have the subpoena. The they didn't comply for instance, if it's because I'm not gonna come sit down there and talk to you guys under oath, which was the right answer to give the we we can't do that. We can't interfere with the executive branch and to see the same thing that's been going on the more get this. By the way, they kept saying you can't all these people. We were trying to interview them because there's going investigation about thirty. These people are still involved in ongoing investigations, and they don't care now. So it's fairly broad. But I think courts are going to routinely go through this and say, well, you know, we're going to wash your your subpoena. You're not gonna be able to to compel somebody to come in and testify now Representative bags, obviously, Jerry, Nadler, other Democrats are talking impeach. We're at this point how much support do you think there actually is in the house if there were to be an impeachment vote taken it seems to me that the impeachment would pretty clearly pass simply because Democrats have no choice, but to appease their base at this point. Do you think that Democrats will even bring such a vote to the floor of the house knowing that it would pass? Well, I think Nancy Pelosi. Doesn't wanna do it. Because she saw what happened to us. When we tried to impeach Clinton. You got the impeachment the conviction, and the thing is she by before most radical people in the American Congress today, you know, everybody from. He was. It gives them credence. What the deal is. She only won the speakership to you. Switching over and she wouldn't have won the speakership. So she's gonna kowtow to them somewhat. But she does not believe because she's not she does not want to bring this to the floor speaking with Representative Andy Biggs, he is the Representative for congressional district and a member of the House Judiciary committee. We'll switching topics briefly represented L head are obviously has been engaged in statements for legitimately her entire career. She she's gotten herself finance medic hot water three times in the last five weeks and she had to reset her anti-semitism clock back to zero about three days ago. What do you think it has Democrats? Apparently they're talking about bringing a resolution have you seen this resolutions? You know, if it's going to specifically condemn her. And why do you think House Democrats are not looking at all apparently removed from foreign affairs? Well, I think I I have not seen the resolution. I I know it's going to be broad a number leave it's gonna name her personally. It's gonna talk about how bad anti-semitism is. But but here's the deal with her. This is a pattern. She really is an anti Semite. She has no business sitting on the phone. Affairs committee and she needs to go in. And and been the thing that drives me really crazy is not only close he'd been slow to condemn or she justified, especially English. She's an experience it's your first amendment. Right. And then she appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone with the Illinois mar that so she's not only not put her down. She's elevating her. And that's what we have to keep the pressure up because Illinois Marsh, not be allowed to sit on how foreign affairs committee now what kind of pressure. Do you think can be exerted at this point? And are there any plans by Republicans in the house to exert any of that pressure? Yeah. Mccarthy a minority leader and minority whip Scalise is out there. We're out there. Freedom caucus guys. It's broad within Republican conference in what's fun about this in a sense sort of way is that even many of the Democrats wanted to go away because she is dragging the whole democratic conference down. And the reality is she's a virulent anti Semite along with. And we have got to keep the pressure up. There is pressure there. That's why you're seeing this resolution represented big thanks for joining the program early. Appreciate appreciate your updates on these investigations as they continue. We'll continue to check in with you. And get the latest sounds great. Thanks for what you're doing. Then you bet. Okay. Coming up. We're gonna talk in a second about Google has very very awkward study first. Here's the latest with regard to those House Democrats, and they're silly broad-based resolution condemning anti-semitism, which basically means nothing speaker of the has Nancy Pelosi and top Democrats, according to politico, we'll take floor action on Wednesday. In response to controversial remarks by Representative Bill Hemmer about Israel. I'm old enough to remember when Steve king said something that was racist. And the media said, well, maybe it's allegedly racist. And then people said, no, no, you can't say that it's racist racist. So they went back and changed all it. These are controversial remarks Representative Mark she's now said three times in six weeks that it is Jewish money that is behind American support for Israel that it is dual loyalty that is behind American support for Israel. There's nothing new here in any case. Listen to the reporting from politico Pelosi and other senior Democrats are drafting a resolution for dress the controversy which ballooned over the weekend following the public clash between Omar and senior Jewish lawmakers. The resolution which is still being finalized comes after a backlash from top Democrats who accused of anti-semitism for a French who pro Israel advocates quote allegiance to a foreign country. Right. That's not just navigation events semitism. That's anti-semitism Hagan support Israel without having allegiance to Israel, many many Americans support Britain without having allegiance to Britain. Martial arts are just the latest in a series. As of comments, she's made that many of her democratic colleagues are blatantly anti semitic, and must be retracted democratic leaders are still debating whether to mention Omar by name and the resolution, according to multiple sources, they're not going to sapphires for Pelosi and top Democrats, including house majority leader tiny Hoyer democrat of Maryland began drafting the text of the resolution over the weekend as the confrontation between Omar and her colleagues unfolded on Twitter. Two of the house. Most senior Democrats foreign affairs, chairman Eliot Engel and appropriations chairwoman Nita Lowey called out Omar in public demanding. She apologize Lowy. Condemned Omar's, use of offensive painful stereotypes, and then Omar dug in and she said our democracy is built on debate congresswoman later, adding I've not mischaracterized our relationship with Israel. I've questioned it and that has been clear for my end. I look at that political reporting that's astonishing reporting by political. Can we bring up Mars actual tweet Nita Lowy? I believe we have that. Right. So listen to listen to how political quotes say. Our democracy is built on debate congresswoman Omar wrote later, adding I have not mischaracterized our relationship with Israel. They ignore the next sentence of her tweet, which is blatantly anti semitic shows. Our democracy is built on debate congresswoman, I should not be expected to have allegiance pledge support to a foreign country in order to serve my country in congress or serve on committee. She doubled down on the anti semitism in the tweet and political just alighted the entire sentence. They just cut the sentence said they didn't mention that. She doubled down on anti-semitism. That is some solid journalism right there, politico. Mike goodness. It's more of this in just one second. First. Let's talk about your hiring..
"minority whip" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Former state Senate minority whip Nick kettle admitted yesterday to taking photos of his then girlfriend without her knowledge or consent and sending them to a friend in New Hampshire now kettle of Coventry. He pleaded no contest to video voyeurism counts on what would have been the second day of his trial. In exchange though, kettle receives a three years suspended sentence with probation on each count to be served concurrently. He was ordered not to have contact with the victim his longtime former girlfriend kettle had rejected a similar agreement just last week opting instead for this trial before Superior Court Judge Daniel proximity. He had faced up to three years in prison on each of ten counts of convicted. She said you took away all the trust. I built up with you over two years. That's what the woman said. Now the journals. None identifying the victim because of a sexual crime in which she did not consent. Now, she voiced fears that the image had been widely viewed as well as disbelief with somebody she loved with whom she had planned to share her life had done such a thing. The attorney general's office, by the way agreed to dismiss eight other charges under this deal. The plea came a day after kettles former elementary school mates Agri Brennan, testified that he did trade naked photos of his blind wife with kettle after receiving nude photos of. Kettles ex girlfriend and that the two men exchange photos of their genitalia. Also kettles family hustled him from the courthouse without comment. So this thing is settled kennel is currently working towards a bachelor's degree in political science at Rhode Island college. So, you know, all of his jail time will be suspended. He takes the plea in the video voyeurism case. An arrest was made thirty say DNA database was used to make this arrest of murder arrested workers kind of cold cases, Caroline Goggin. From eyewitness news quiet Wednesday night bus stop on Broadway in Pawtucket is only lit by passing cars, but more than a decade ago on the morning of August. Twenty ninth two thousand eight it was eliminated by flashlights and cruisers through the stages morning. But it's different when your loved one is martyred in it's unsolved. Kristen Butler was thirty nine years old when police say her father Carl Seebeck was shot and killed police say Seebeck was murdered on his way to the bus. Stop early in the morning catching the bus to head to work at the. The Amtrak parking garage work sixty two years old a reward for information was offered and in twenty eleven a Li took state police dive teams searching a local pond for the murder weapon. But nothing came of it..
"minority whip" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Will continue negotiating, but that the Senate won't convene again until next Thursday, December twenty seventh vice President Mike Pence met with Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer to discuss a new offer from the White House just before that meeting. President Trump had lunch with hardline. Conservative lawmakers. A senior administration officials said the president is still pushing for five billion dollars in border wall. Funding has part of a deal to reopen. The parts of the government that are now out of money Ollie Rogan ABC news, the White House House Democrats with a message to the president who is insisting on five billion for that border wall, doesn't it? Votes vote you need to minority whip Steny Hoyer says the president needs to come up with something better than a wall the shutdown now heading into its seventeenth our. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Four thirty one on WBZ, those hardest hit by the federal shot down include federal workers TSA agent working security at the airport. Probably isn't getting paid right now. The American federation of government employees, which represents seven hundred thousand members twenty thousand here in the northeast says that isn't right. The af GE's Jacky Simon says she doesn't understand how anyone can say they take pride in a federal shutdown like the president did earlier this month. Either federal corrections officers who work in our federal prisons, keeping our communities safe. These are transportation security officers who are at the airports on this busy holiday season. Making sure that the flying public is safe. Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty four thirty two here on WBZ lady. Liberty is open in the Big Apple guy. Visiting from New York from Pennsylvania with his family says a friend texted him about the impact of the shutdown on lady liberty. Sure, it's going to be open, and I hopped on the government website. This. Morning. And they said that you know, governor Cuomo is going to fund it. So it's been an awesome experience. We were hoping it would work out for us. The.
The New House GOP Leadership Team Comes Into Focus
"It remains unclear. If Nancy Pelosi will be elected by fellow Democrats to be speaker of the house about seventeen Democrats say they want someone else for the top slot. Meanwhile, Republicans in the house elect California congressman Kevin McCarthy as their new leader, Louisiana, congressman Steve Scalise will be the house minority whip and Wyoming congresswoman Liz Cheney the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney. We'll be chair of the House Republican conference. USA radio's Wendy king now with additional details. The Californian defeated congressman Jim Jordan in a landslide victory McCarthy replaces current house speaker Paul Ryan as leader of the party in the lower chamber Ryan announced his retirement from congress at the end of his current term. Republicans will be the minority in the house for the first time since two thousand eleven as expected Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer of New York will continue in their physicians for Republicans, South Dakota, Senator John thune was promoted to party
"minority whip" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Cents add up at the end of the day so as you think about an agenda for restoring the health of our of our of our democracy what what are two or three starting points that mrs secretary that you think we should think about as we head toward the midterms as we as we think about twenty twenty look the most the most critical thing in our democracy is the ability to govern i tell the students at the panetta institute that in a democracy we operate either by leadership or by crisis if leadership is there and willing to take the risks associated with leadership and make no mistake about it if you're gonna lead in this country you've gotta take risks gotta take risks if you're a businessman you gotta take risks that's what leadership's all about leadership is not there for whatever reason then we will govern by crisis and we have largely been a country in recent years that has governed by crisis you have to have a shutdown of the federal government in order for congress try to figure out what to do about the budget you have to have crisis in other areas in order to drive policy and the problem with that is you can operate that way as an elected official it's easy to wait for crisis and not have to do anything to anger your your constituents but ultimately there is a price to be paid in the prices you lose the trust of the american people in our system of governing and i think that's what the twenty two thousand sixteen election was all about was the lack of trust in washington and the failure of washington to deal with the issues that we're confronting the american people i haven't seen that improve in my history i've seen washington at its best in washington at its worst the good news is i have seen washington work when i came back worked as a legislative assistant to tom kiko who was a minority whip to everett dirksen in the senate there were a number of moderate republicans they work with democrats like humphrey and jackson dick russell they work together on issues yes they had their political differences but they work together when it came to issues confronting this country when i got elected to congress tip o'neill was the speaker he's a democrats democrat but he got along with bob michael who is the minority leader and did they have their political differences of course but when it came to major issues they work together they were willing to sit down to negotiate to respect each other to develop trust between each other and to govern the country that's broken down that process is broken down there is no trust they can't even agree on the facts regarding issues so there's an unwillingness to sit down and to negotiate and to find compromise and defying consensus and so you have to function and it's a dangerous dysfunction you can't deal with the budget you can't deal with the debt that's going to become almost over one hundred percent of gdp within these next few years they're not dealing with immigration they're not dealing with energy issues or not dealing with the whole issue of infrastructure and how to improve infrastructure in this country not dealing with the fundamental issues facing our country so concern i have is if that dysfunction continues then i think along with the president who is beginning to withdraw our leaders from our leadership role in the world i think that spells a week america and that could undermine our democracy for the future now i have great faith in our system i have great faith in in the fact that there are communities and states out there and institutions that want to make our our democracy strong but i will tell you this i do not think that our democracy is going to solve its problems from the top down it's only gonna solve its problems from the bottom up which means.
Woman in custody after climbing onto Statue of Liberty pedestal
"Nbc news radio i'm mark mayfield the concert captured a woman who climbed to the base of the statue of liberty or detailing the tense moments that they had during the rescue nypd detective brian glacken says it was difficult to move towards the woman at first the angles that we had to go on is difficult to basically stay there was nothing for us to grab if you saw the news you saw those top rushing coverage only copper so we really inaccurate about replied out glacken says the woman at first was difficult to deal with but later cooperated with rescuers than they were able to get her down the nypd as a dentist the woman is forty four year old theresa kumo of staten island and she's now facing federal charges okuma was being charged with federal trespassing disorderly conduct and interfering with government function charges okumu spent several hours perched on the pedestal lady liberty before police were able to get her into custody the lawyer for adult film star stormy daniels is teasing the that he could run against president trump in the two thousand twenty election on twitter michael naughty said he would enter the race if trump runs for reelection and there's no other candidate that has a real chance of beating him stormy daniels is suing trump to invalidate a nondisclosure agreement that she signed a reportedly keep quiet about an affair that she claims she had with trump daniels was paid one hundred and thirty thousand dollars in exchange for her silence police in britain are blaming a nerve agent for sending two people to the hospital in critical condition the pair were unconscious after what police initially thought was a drug overdose however they now say they were poisoned by the same nerve agent used in an attack on a former russian spy former russian spy surge scrape all and his daughter were attacked with the same nerve agent back in march british officials then blamed that attack on russia and new monja has sidelined house minority whip steny hoyer the seventy nine year old has been in congress since nineteen eightyone representing maryland's fifth congressional district or your spokesperson says the congressman is being treated with antibiotics and he's expected to make a quick and full recovery joe pags show to talk to you call eight hundred three nine six two four four joepags dot com and now joepags hey great radio stations across the land radio joepags dot com.
Woman in custody after climbing onto Statue of Liberty pedestal
"News radio i'm brian shook a woman is under arrest after climbing the statue of liberty in protest the woman spent several hours on the base of the landmark before two police officers wearing safety harnesses were able to bring her down and why pd has identified the woman as forty four year old theresa kumo of staten island she was part of a group called rise and resist that had earlier unfurled a banner at the statue calling for the abolishment of ice nypd detective brian glacken described a komo's reaction when rescuers got close to her we had a good rapport with us and you know when we got her she couldn't go any further i think she realized that time was house minority whip steny hoyer is in the hospital with a case of pneumonia the seventy nine year old has been in congress since nineteen eightyone representing maryland's fifth congressional district hoyer spokesperson said the congressman was admitted to george washington university hospital yesterday where he's expected to make a full recovery quickly the lawyer for adult film star stormy daniels says he could challenge president trump in the twenty twenty election on twitter michael evans said he would enter the race if trump runs for reelection and there's no other candidate that has a real chance of beating him police in britain say to people who were found unconscious were poisoned we can confirm that the man and woman have been exposed to the nerve agent novato which has been identified as the same agent that contaminated officials i thought the couple in south western england had overdosed on some sort of drug but their symptoms prompted police to send the substance for testing president trump is thanking america's military for keeping the country safe proud and free but our freedom exists only because there are brave americans willing to give their lives to defend it and defend our great country you're listening to the latest from nbc news radio the indian government has asked to facebook owned instant messaging service to take urgent steps.
European stocks close little changed, with no break for trade-war concerns
"There's your look back at this week's rock almanac abc news radio i'm brian shook liberty island is being evacuated as a protest is underway the protest group calling itself rise and resist dropped a banner that read abolish ice from the statue's base police say seven protesters were arrested house minority whip steny hoyer is in the hospital and is being treated for pneumonia the seventy nine year old has been in congress since nineteen eightyone representing maryland's fifth congressional district hoyer spokesperson said the congressman is expected to make a full recovery german chancellor angela merkel is warning president trump that his auto tariffs could start a trade war between the us and europe chancellor uncle and berko told german lawmakers wednesday that recent us tariffs are taking on the contours of a trade conflict and that it's worth every effort to try and defuse this so the conflict doesn't become a war president trump is starting to place a twenty percent tariff on all european cars coming to the us chairman business groups say the tariffs would hurt auto industry investment in the us they say there are over three hundred german automotive facilities in the us supporting about one hundred twenty thousand jobs we zaccardo nbc news radio security personnel will be standing post all throughout new york city tonight to make sure everyone is safe during macy's fourth of july fireworks show pyro technicians are readying more than seventy five thousand fireworks shells for the show more than.
"minority whip" Discussed on KOIL
"The news maybe you should ask the ah the democrats about that also invited we'll be steve stauber and sandy kept linger who started stalled manufacturing solutions twenty years ago according to the white house the company offered large bonuses as a result of the tax plan when i say according to the white house this is npr their crooked they lie they worked for the democrats when they say according to the white house they mean according to steve staub and sandy kept linger who started the company they're the ones who said that not the white house and cory atoms will be in attendance a welder at the company and he will attend as well the democratic response and this is a great so who they they've got maxine waters responding on b t that's almost worth tuning into 'cause i mean come on whose crazier than her crying out loud now the democrats on the other hand are bringing in what they say or dozens of young immigrants i assume illegal immigrants goes i mean what's the point of they're not illegal immigrants see the republicans bring and representatives of ice and law enforcement who fight against ms thirteen and the democrats bringing in ms thirteen because this is their natural constituent base of course dozens of young immigrants will be sitting in the house gallery guests of pelosi minority whip steny hoyer and other lawmakers right a number of democrat lawmakers are also calling attention to pound me to times up movement and that's where they're inviting and harvey weinstein and kevin spacey and of course bill clinton and uh uh anthony wiener he'll he'll be coming in by video from prison because he's still in a penitentiary where you know is loving wife hummel wiener announced recently that they wouldn't be divorcing anymore because you know you can't force them to testify against one another as long as they're married as generally the taken all that representative an mclane custer democrat new hampshire will be bringing chessie prout a sexual assault survivor whose case yield at national media attention although noone may remember that bill nye the engineering guy we'll be there.
"minority whip" Discussed on So That Happened
"Border security and related issues as well as disaster relief the fence london health healthcare and other important not so that's it yeah and so it would be my intention what does it mean exactly can you just explained that a loose wall so it's it's one of those things where like i said i mean it's it's more than they had before but it's still not really that all that much show he is saying the he intends would intend to hold a vote on something it's kind of broad what that is we don't really know but he says addresses dhaka and border security and other immigration issues which like a lot will hinge on what those end up being um by then you have a problem where you go to the house and mcconnell can't make any promises about what paul ryan will do so it's a you know that they got something but they didn't get what they asked for which what they ask for is a vote um i asked a dick irvin who is a the democratic he's the minority whip in the senate uh a week ago he's kind of the top champion for dreamers whether he would accept just a promise of a vote or if he needed a vote and he said that you know promises can't trust them and then he went ahead and voted for it so i i mean wh what do you make of d do you think that they just kinda chickened out tuesday adriano do you think they just gave up i think that it it all came down to the politics of the shook bone itself you know the uh people wanted to get out of a shutdown as fast as possible and this was the one thing that they could cling to uh the senate ma.
"minority whip" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"A way that they can come back in a year and deny the funding and so the wall never happens but the but the immigration reform on daca does now if you want to have a debate about additional things like citizenship then you're going to have to have the debate about chain migration if you want to add other things that will have to be balanced but that's the core of any deal and minimum what needs to happen the president's expressed a willingness to do it but it it's important for democrats to understand nothing is going to happen unless we can figure out a way to permanently fund the wall and then forcement put the president wants to the vast majority of americans and myself included support and and i think if people can get realistic we can make a lot progress very quickly but it cannot be a product of a gang of four or five people meeting somewhere putting a bill on the floor and saying take it or leave it you know i was part of an app for like that in 2013 i see others are trying to do it now it won't work this issue is too critical the to many people to be a product of a small group and a takeitorleaveit proposition so that means the group of four whips the deputies kevin mccarthy as the house majority leader second in command there to paul ryan steny hoyer is the house minority whip secondincommand to nancy pelosi john cornyn is the senate majority whip secondincommand and mitch mcconnell durban is the senate minority whip secondincommand of charles shimer those forearm meeting they know the four pillars they can get the four pillars written into a law and then get it done if democrats don't obstruct all right pretty doggone easy to do there is no reason not to get the dreamers regularise they ought to be demanding that that regularization dough front and center not democratic presidential campaign aspiration which is what throw bust this week stay tuned.
"minority whip" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"So be it this is newsmakers on cspan media against this week is house minority whip steny hoyer i missouri were now almost the door just about eleven months from a midterm election day uh obviously the the the landscape as we see a now is pretty stark i in the democrats favour we've got uh uh we had a a the on friday we had a a poll come out quinnipiac has a generic ballot advantages 17 points for democrats suggests than unheard of now i'll web all uh you've got thirty retirements of from the majority party in the house that's a level that hasn't been seen i even before and even a 1994 when you had a fifty fifty plus seats swept um are you seeing the elements of an electoral wave coming in would it be a disappointment at this point if democrats cannot retake the house waiter this year look i expect us to retake the house so the majority and i do so because i think the environment is such that the american people are looking for some stability of the looking for some focus on the issues that they care about in terms of jobs in terms of education in terms of healthcare uh in terms of the environment uh in in in in terms of our national security uh i think they view democrats is being able to provide some stability to our country and very frankly also to a proper check and balance in our system a when we see a president who is uh uh has trouble creating stability within the white house much less so within our government uh so.
"minority whip" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"It's red eye radio he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara x and just to show you how crazy it is here now okay i got to come down as flicked the vr of the show the weakens coming up i need to relax and everything else uh but then to show you how far it goes because you're sitting there guys don't exaggerate the whole thing of racism and all that because the left isn't that what are you talking about minority leader nancy pelosi complained thursday that immigration negotiations are being led by five white guys she was quickly rebuked by her number two minority whip steny hoyer himself one of those white guys involved in the talks because the guys in the talks are democrat steny hoyer democrat dick durban john cornyn uh house majority leader kevin mccarthy and white house chief of staff john kelly hm and so to of the white guys that are involved in it are who people democrats but she has approved a being there and she's calling it offensive there were no excuse me she's calling it wrong madden that third involved there and he said look this is in front of offensive because what she's claiming as it's racist that the leadership of the country who is white and the leadership of her party that has white article shane in a deal when there's no other way to negotiate a deal because those are the people the negotiator deal but it's still wrong and racist and steny hoyer said that's offensive so she's him infighting within her own party the democrats are calling them their own racist for what's going on in the negotiations again more division by biwott identity identity yes boats hip it up he put up good job uh thank you for that has pelosi thank you so anybody who thinks you guys were.
"minority whip" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Five percent off your order the it's red eye radio he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara and just to show you how crazy it is here now okay i got to come down as flick the vr of the show the weakens coming up i need to relax and everything else uh but then to shigeho forward goes because you're sooner guys don't exaggerate the whole thing of racism and all that because the left isn't that what are you talking about minority leader nancy pelosi complained thursday that immigration negotiations are being led by five white guys she was quickly rebuked by her number two minority whip steny hoyer himself one of those white guys involved in the talks because the guys in the talks are democrat steny hoyer democractic durban john cornyn uh house majority leader kevin mccarthy and white house chief of staff john kelly hm and so to of the white guys that are involved in it are her people go democrat but she has approved a being there and she's joined it offensive there were no excuse me she's calling it wrong ninten the third vowed there and he said look this is in front of offensive because what she's claiming as it's racist that the leadership of the country who was whites and the leadership of her party that has whites are to go shaming a deal when there's no other way to negotiate a deal because those are the people in negotiating deal but it's still wrong and racist and steny hoyer said that's offensive so she's him infighting within her own party the democrats are calling them their own racist for what's going on in the negotiations again more division by what identity identity yes bulbs hip it up he put up good job uh thank you for that his pelosi thank you so anybody who thinks you guys were exaggerated the.
"minority whip" Discussed on Pod Save America
"A much welcome to abide save america i'm john fabra i'm jan pfeiffer on the pods today our last thursday pod of the year our last live plot we already recorded a a christmas pod that show up next week to we're going to have the senate minority whip dick turban going to talk to him about the dream act and the shutdown politics and we have the top democrat on the house intelligence committee my representative congressman adam schiff stack show today dan i now it's trying to jebel ali before the end of the year tommy also has applaud saved the world coming out on friday with republican foreign policy expert corey schalke she wrote a piece about how the trump administration's rhetoric on north korea sense scarely like the pre iraq war rhetoric from the bush administration's or check that out again the our holiday pod schedule is on tuesday the 26th we'll have a christmas mailbag with the john tommy anna and then on new year's around new year's we're going to have our uh end of the year retrospective which will have clips from all of our favorite pods of america moments that exciting dan yeah that one kinda worries me is it sort of feels like the robots are taking over the podcasting like renewal podcast in that it was have to do anything we recorded voice overs on the type of clips we're going to have on the show but we haven't heard the clips yet so it'll be a surprise to us and as appraisal you but we asked people for their favorite moment so it will reflect the will of the listeners and tweeter so there you go on like the united states presidential election this will work.
"minority whip" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The war torn country by either the president or the vice president for of vicepresident depends meeting with the afghan president as well as us troops and military leaders president trump meanwhile spending some time this afternoon at walter reed medical center well the president tweeted earlier this morning that democrats in congress want to government shutdown and one lawmaker says that's nonsense the president's democrats hope to users shook out of distract us from the quote very popular tax cuts bill to which house minority whip steny hoyer so that's absurd bill at pursers talked about shutting down the government in the last four months has been pro trump himself he said that my be good hoyer says democrats are still willing to work with the gop to avoid a shutdown we don't want to shut down the government we think the republicans should not to shut down the government and if they want to do things purely partisan basis then frankly it's their responsibility to vote for their partisan bills government funding runs out of midnight tomorrow night bill thompson on wmal and wbalcom loudon county officials want to make their county the east coast premier soccer destination so they're working on a deal with d c united to build a training facility for the team in leesburg cladding county supervisor matla turnouts has not only with d c united fans be able to watch their team close to home if the training facility is built in leesburg but also younger soccer players who are coming up they're going to have access throughout youth academy awards holding a public hearing january tends to talk about lending the team fifteen million dollars to build practice fields offices and a training facility and stadium the proposal would have the team pay the county back in full over time heather curtis some wmal and wmal dot com a dedication ceremony held today for a new prince george's county government building in honor of the former county executive wayne curry this is former maryland state senator told me broad water wind was the taba who knew where he wanted to leave senior any back i think he got it on his promise the car kerr who came about came through his mother this june wang got it on us aid and fear in about they taught him that nobody is in a.
"minority whip" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The process for licensing recreational marijuana stores when sales become legal next year super bowl public hearings before approving permits officials will also develop a way to measure whether there are too many stores in one area the la pds investigating sexual abuse claims made by former child actor corey feldman feldman is known for his roles in 80s movies the the gruny's and stand by me he's talked for years about pedophile is working in hollywood but this week he filed a formal police report and cops there are also looking into ways sexual assault investigation regarding british actor at westwick he was on the popular tv show gossip girl and actress claims week raped her at a house in west la was weak responded on twitter saying he doesn't know the woman and would never force himself on woman in any way democrats have been celebrating a big election wins in virginia and new jersey democrat phil murphy to the governor's race in new jersey from republican lieutenant governor kim gawad no and virginia lieutenant governor ralph north on one the governor's race in his state beating out trump endorse ed glaspie senate minority whip dick durban says that's a big deal us prevail with this research which you're really was a negative message search talk to you about illegal immigrants tortilla world for restoring and serving confederate statutes were relieved sworn in durban says republicans should take a look at the results from last night's elections and it was one year ago today the miracle donald j trump soliva queens millionaire devised invention wisdom and all expectations trump's win and the electoral college was confirmed until after pennsylvania was called in his favour trump later promise to unify the country in a latenight victory speech i promise you that i will not let you down we will do a grocer clinton won the popular vote but conceded to trump on election night pope francis is no fan of cell phones at least in church he says it makes them sad when he celebrating a mass and he sees so many phones obnoxious from parisioners but by some priests and even bishops ressaf's francis says the masses not a show when people in church should focus on god snap story isn't selling.
"minority whip" Discussed on KOIL
"Froyo welcome back to the jim bohannon show at one eight six six five o jimbo one eight six six five o five four six two six the saw over the years i'm sure there there's there's a colorful story there others of probably a whole book about about what whips do but they are the assisted leadership you got your a majority leader and then you've got the majority whip our in the house of course you got the speaker the majority leader majority whip in the for the minorities in the house and both parties in the senate where there's no speaker you've got the leader minority leader minority leader than the majority whip and the minority whip their number two and there are deputy whips and all kinds of other positions uh but suffice it to say that it's a it's a it's a headknocking position okay it's a leadership position you can sometimes uh anger some members up schumer because the effective whips know how to use both the carrot and stick in for some the people yo you may dangle a subcommittee chairmanship or something of that nature or a better committee assignments or you may just flat out say you know you you cut along with us a voting for the widget bill or will see to it that you have a wellfunded primary opponent next the next summer of so it varies one eight six six five o jimbo our number one eight six six five five four six two six.