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Russia referendum: All you need to know on the vote that could see Putin stay in power until 2036
"Make great backing singer from Miley SARS, but anyway I my name is. Is Keith Walker at to Russia next where polling stations opened on Thursday for voting on a constitutional referendum. It's on whether to less President Vladimir Putin run for re-election twice more and potentially remain in the post for the next sixteen years Dwi's <hes> at correspondent. Emily. Sherwin is on the line from Moscow Emily. I. Tell us a little bit more about the referendum. What's at stake here? Well this referendum is actually more of a vote because it doesn't have the legal status of a referendum, but the vote on amendments it covers really a whole range of measures. It's a big mix, so there's one amendment for example that states that marriage can only be between a man and a woman. Politicians can't have dual citizenship. There's an amendment guaranteeing accessible medical care. Environmental protection is on that <hes> on the bill as well. And there are banners all over Moscow advertising these rather some of these rather populist measures I would say, but one amendment, of course the seen as particularly important, and that is the amendment that will reset the clock on Nevada. Mir Putin's presidential term, so what it means is that he isn't actually abolishing term limits for future politicians, but he is abolishing his term limit, so he can run again in twenty twenty four and that would mean he could be in power. Power for two more terms if he runs again if people vote for him, is this referendum likely to go and Putin's favor? Well, it's a bit of a strange one. Because the constant constitutional amendments have already actually passed in the Duma, so the lawmakers here in Russia have already voted in favor of it <hes> but the president this week as well has emphasized again that it will only pass if people vote for these amendments that these amendments will only pass. Pass if people vote for them, essentially, this vote is seen as kind of almost referendum on Putin himself and trust in the president has been falling for months. It's clear now that the the authorities though will try to make sure that the turnout is high and they're trying to really set the mood. They have been trying to really set the mood ahead of the vote. They've made it really easy to vote. People can even vote in Moscow. They can vote. Vote Online <hes> they've had the victory day parade this week to kind of set a patriotic mood and this week as well <hes> Putin announced some <hes> additional economic support measures for people in the corona virus crisis, but people that I spoke to. I mean admittedly in Moscow which is traditionally kind of more <hes>, more critical of the authorities than the rest of the country, but people were surprisingly negative <hes>. They said you know why vote, it's all been decided. Anyway and the authorities should really spend this
Putin urges arms talks with US after nuclear pact demise
"Radio mir Putin urging the White House to come back to the negotiating table president Vladimir Putin is warning that Russia will be forced to start developing short and intermediate range land based nuclear missiles if the United States started doing so after the demise of the landmark intermediate nuclear arms control treaty I. N. F. for short Putin is urging the US to come back to the negotiating table bill Rakoff
Putin says Russia will target nations hosting US missiles
"On that story after the United States announced plans to pull out of one missile treaty with Russia that countries now trying to extend another national security adviser, John Bolton informed, bladder MIR Putin this week that the US would pull out of the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. Now Russia is again proposing an extension of the new strategic arms reduction treaty that treaty is to expire in two thousand twenty one Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Trump I touched on the idea at the summit in Helsinki earlier this year, Russian officials say the
Barack and Michelle Obama dance at Beyoncé and Jay-Z's concert
"The way down to we'll cool sixty eight KYW news time ten thirteen Russia is showcasing its naval power with a military parade in the heart of Saint Petersburg Russia President Vladimir Putin inspected the vessel his own presidential boat then touted the advances of the country's naval forces on display in the parade a submarine nicknamed the carrier killer designed to hunt US aircraft carriers and. A new stealth free gate and a spy vessel aimed. At countering American missile defense technology this all comes right after both President Trump and flat MIR Putin. Agree to work, together to prevent a new, arms race at their recent summit in Helsinki so later news the. Audience for beyond say and Jay Z's on the run to, tour was presidential this weekend here we have a former President, Barack Obama and. First lady Michelle Obama dancing at the concert at FedEx field in. Landover, Maryland last night other fans in, the audience posted pictures and. Videos, to social media well no dancing here at this concert but that's because it's boring instead the whole point of attending the Eight hour long affair is, to get some sleep the composer held a late night performance, of his album. Titled sleep over the weekend in Los Angeles and fans say the. Music, was exactly what they needed to, disconnect from the distractions of their everyday lives and does off peacefully You don't really.
Putin invites Trump to Moscow
"In just a couple of minutes, traffic and transit on the twos Well, another week of substantial news regarding Russia and special counsel Robert Muller's investigation, was topped, off, with Vladimir Putin saying he invited the, president to visit him in Moscow the White House is waiting for the invitation a formal one at least from bladder MIR Putin before President Trump, commits to visiting Russia, Rhode Island Democrat David cellini a member of the house foreign relations committee wonders if there will ever be a. Proper time for Mr. Trump the American president visiting Moscow after that country attacked our democracy sends the wrong message particularly. Says the president has not been a strong spokesman for advocating strong action, against the Russians for their. Aggression we know a reciprocal visit as in Putin to the, White House, has been put on hold according to the administration so long as the Muller, investigation goes, on Bob, Costantini Washington last week. Facebook's all billions of dollars wiped off the books in there could be more trouble ahead British Parliamentary committee. Found social media firms operate like it's the wild west, and warns Britain faces a democratic crisis over a. Misuse of personal data with voters targeted with, poisonous views it, says firms like Facebook and Twitter should be liable for harmful and misleading, material and, calls, for tougher regulation also a class action, suits being filed in London against Facebook on behalf of users whose data was taken without their consent before the Brexit vote Larry Miller CBS news, London the National Transportation, Safety board has reviewed the video from the onboard with quarters of that duck boat that sank more than a. Week ago on them the zuri late claiming the lives of seventeen people including nine members of an Indiana family funeral. Services were held for that family and now CBS news, transportation correspondent Kris, van cleave tells us the. Review of that video may raise questions about why that trip. Every It took place about forty minutes before the storm hit the. Crew, was advised to do the water portion of the tour I in as passengers were loading the captain is heard making reference to having checked. The, weather radar prior to. The trip now before the boat entered the water passengers were briefed on emergency exits and the location of life vests when the boat actually got into. The water conditions on the cameras were calm and, the captain allowed four different children to sit in the driver's seat even as the wind picked up, and, Whitecaps on, the water rapidly appeared on those video recordings reviewed by the TSP Kris van cleave CBS news Despite what it says on the internet there is no free beer the false offer asks users to. Fill out a survey to win free beer when you complete it it says congratulations you've. Won a free twenty four pack of beer from Molson scam then asks users to share the link on. Facebook and type thanks for my beer and the comments section a spokesperson for Molson says they're not giving away free beer and it's a fake offer. A variety of similar false offers have been circulating on the web including free delta airline tickets and coupons to Dollar General, I'm, Kerry she maker KYW, news time is one twenty two here's your traffic and. Transit on the twos We. Still have that accident in Montgomery township. Is county line road at lower state road we'll keep you posted on that one we're still seeing major. Delays on the Schuylkill expressway westbound that's construction. Between the blue route and Gulf mills we backed up, all the way to Gladwin we're starting to see it opened up just a bit but we're still seeing the right lanes. Shut down and that will be overnight. Ongoing construction also on, the Schuylkill expressway westbound this is at the thirtieth street exit that ramp is closed and, I will be for the next month also when. They can drive in both directions shut down till six am between Wayne. Avenue bridge we'll keep you posted on that one and also construction in southwest. Philadelphia this past young avenue between sixty. First and twenty-sixth that is shut down overnight In the TruMark financial twenty four. Hour traffic in remember banking is better than again I'm now to the third I'm CBS three meteorologist. Lauren Casey, overnight, mostly, clear and pleasant with a low temperature falling back into the. Upper sixties for our, Sunday mostly sunny low humidity a, beautiful and dry day with a high temperature at eighty-five, Monday of rain returns increasing clouds with a spawning, afternoon shower or, thunderstorm a high temperature of eighty four Tuesday look for a mix of. Sun and clouds afternoon showers and thunderstorms, especially west of I ninety five with a high of eighty seven Wednesday we kick, off the month of August mostly cloudy and steamy with scattered showers and thunderstorms high near ninety and on Thursday. Mostly cloudy with a, chance. Of showers and storms and a high of, eighty nine with your, eyewitness weather forecast I'm CBS three meteorologist Lauren Casey KYW NewsRadio. The jersey shore on Sunday sunny skies eighty degrees and in the Poconos seventy seven degrees under, mostly sunny skies, exercise routine at one gym in cherry hill has seen an, increase in men escaped by. Ws Kimberly Adams reports though Those men. Aren't hitting the weight room as much as they used to now they're hitting the bar the heads very hard difficult. Coordination it's completely different, level, that's to, be treated Brodsky talking about the challenges of a class called hit me at the bar at. The cherry, hill, racquet, club the class using a ballet bar is a high intensity. Interval training session inspired, by ballet Pilates and can be, a full body challenge instructor Heather overhaul have meant take, my class all the time they can't walk for, days it works, all the muscles that they don't work all the time that actually will. Help them get your stronger the class, has been around for a while in a group of ten usually five or men, no aspirations to be anything like Baryshnikov wanna be standing the next day Donald marks applauds the intensity of the. Workout and the benefits, some. Of the other classes I do are harder, on knees joints says, a classic it's still testy mentally physically Kimberly Adams KYW NewsRadio. Now it's time for the weekend business report hymns the start up in sales erectile dysfunction hair, loss and other, medication Over the internet is raised fifty million dollars in recent round of financing CEO Andrew m-. 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Amid trade war, US and China exchange invectives at WTO
"To America's First News this. Morning with Gordon Deal Thanks for spending time with us welcome aboard it is nine. Minutes now in front of the hour on this morning. Jennifer Kushinka is back with more of America's First News President Trump is agreed to refrain from imposing car tariffs while the US and European Union launched negotiations to cut other trade barriers easing the, threat, of a transatlantic, trade war Trump in European Commission president John Claude Yonkers say. The. Talks would, also seek to resolve tariffs on steel aluminum younger says cooperation is necessary Focus on, reducing greasing the Breakthrough came as the bitter trade dispute between the US and China appear to claim, a major casualty with China not, approving US chipmaker Qualcomm forty four billion dollar takeover, of an x. p. semiconductors the White House says. The president's invitation for bladder MIR Putin to visit has been put on hold until the special counsel probe on Russian election, interference has been wrapped up but that didn't stop lawmakers from continuing to question what the two men discussed in the, recent, private, meeting secretary estate Mike Pompeo rebuff questions about that yesterday, from Senate, Foreign, Relations committee vice chairman. Bob Menendez of New Jersey did he tell you what transpired in the number of conversation with President Trump about? What transpired in the meeting I was also president when present. When he and President Putin both gave us a sense of what they discussed in the meeting that followed immediately after Senator Bob. Corker of Tennessee told Pompeii the president's actions are creating tremendous distrust in our nation among our allies that federal judge is allowing Maryland and the district Of Columbia to proceed with their lawsuit accusing President Trump of unconstitutionally accepting gifts from foreign state interests, through his Washington hotel that decision, clears the way for the plaintiffs to seek financial, records from the president's company a huge lake of. Salty water appears to be buried deep in Mars racing the possibility of finding life on the red planet the discovery generated, excitement from experts like UCLA assistant professor McKenzie day the research they've done here is really good and it'll take a, little, bit, more to to confirm it one hundred percent but clearly, this just, means, that we should send. Humans to ours and check it out the study does not determine how deep the reservoir actually is that's wild? Stuff you ready to go to Mars I am just fascinated. Like that the whole process like how this all began courtesy what's the orangish thing that's in the sky I don't know let's. Go there let's let's send some thing to explore it you have fun enter some data in the computer and launched this Thing for several years? In watch it. Land on orangey. Thing in this guy thanks Jen six minutes. Now in front of the hour on This Morning America's first news.
Bill Cosby, Assault and Jim Melwork discussed on 24 Hour News
"Watch in, effect you news. Time to thirty, nine the sexual offenders Assessment Board is issued its finding on comedian Bill Cosby and his sexual assault conviction in Montgomery County the update from KYW's suburban bureau chief Jim, Melwert the Montgomery County DA's office is filed paperwork requesting. A hearing prior to Bill Cosby sentencing Appoint a report from the sexual offenders Assessment Board which says according to the board. Suspects Bill Cosby is a sexually, violent, predator assessment. Was ordered following Cosby's conviction on three counts of aggravated indecent assault because of that conviction Cosby will be required to register under Megan's Law for the rest of his life but if the court determines use a sexually. Violent predator there's a digital, community notification kospi has. Been fitted with a GPS ankle bracelet and has been ordered not to leave his Elkins park home in less. Given permission is sensing scheduled, for September twenty fourth and twenty fifth at the suburban bureau Jim Melwork KYW NewsRadio the, White House says several former Obama era intelligence officials have politicized and monetize their access to national security. Information they may lose their clearances the White House aim to punish former national security officials who are critical of President Trump. Especially when it comes to. Russia, is the latest reaction test on Capitol Hill speaker, of the, house Paul Ryan asked about it believes the president is just trying to push the buttons of his as seen on TV detractors, I think he's trolling people honestly This is something that's in the. Purview of the executive branch, I think some of these people already lost their clearances that's not really in our purview, James Comey and Andrew McCabe both lost clearances when fired from their jobs John Brennan who said last. Week the president's actions was leading MIR Putin were treasonous and James Clapper a frequent critic say nothing will deter them from. Speaking their minds Bob Costantini.
Rubio Discusses Threat "Deep Fake" Technology Poses to U.S. National Security
"Breaking this. Hour from the White House President Trump now asking national security advisor to invite flat MIR Putin to Washington for a meeting this fall and discussions are underway, right now house minority leader Nancy Pelosi heard word of the president's decision to have. That second summit. With Putin she's reacting President Trump's actions have degraded the dignity of. The office of the president the Senate has unanimously passed a resolution was ninety eight to nothing that opposes any Russian access to US diplomats or agents at rebuffs an offer by Putin that President Trump seemed to. Be considering until earlier today Senator Marco Rubio says that deep fake videos pose a threat. To our National. Security Rubio told naughty and said the Heritage Foundation in DC those videos will make the new culture that. Would perpetuate and instinctively want to believe that stuff. Exists now deep fake technology the ability to manufacture. Audio and video of real people saying and doing things they never said or did news outlets could be finding these and having to, decide whether to. Use them I think that's a very. Difficult editorial decision for the media to make in our current environment the Florida Republican warn that such video would be an attractive weapon for someone wanting to, interfere in an election Joe ruble news ninety six point five WDBO former White House. Press secretary Sean. Spicer says he regrets his famous I briefing where we told reporters. At President Trump's inauguration have the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration looking.
"mir putin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"NRA dot net, and here's. Bloomberg's John, Tucker and Bob the White House continues to struggle to explain president Donald Trump's posture. On. Russian election meddling some administration. Officials are concerned there may be no shaking the public perception that Mr. Trump is too cozy with. Flat MIR Putin in an. Interview with CBS the president says he was firm with Putin during. Their Helsinki summit I let him know we. Can't have this we're not going, to have it and that's the way it's going to be as if he holds Putin responsible for election meddling the, president responded well I would because he's in charge. Of the country, the FBI director Christopher Ray is spoken up on the question of Russian meddling of. The US, elections Bloomberg's. Ed Baxter reports he says it. Is still ongoing Ray says. Russia is still very much in the game the intelligence communities assessment has not changed my view has not changed which, is that Russia attempted to interfere with the last election and that it continues. To engage in, malign influence. Operations to, this day he says the Muller probe is not a witch hunt he also says. That. In the long run China. Is much more a threat than Russia in San Francisco I'm Ed Baxter Bloomberg daybreak at a senior. Senate Republican says he'll propose. New sanctions on Russia that could only be waived at the administration. Certifies Moscow has ceased interfering a US elections. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina sometime, ally of President Trump says he wants majority leader McConnell a minority leader Chuck Schumer to cooperate sending a strong signal, the US won't tolerate further attempts to meddle in. Its politics in, the UK the odds of a challenge to Prime Minister Theresa May's leadership appear to. Be receding this parliament. Winds down for its summer recess More from Bloomberg's Alex Morales abundant. Officially the, break makes no difference to where the conservatives. Can depose their leader but a person. Familiar with the process told, Bloomberg that realistically it would be difficult to administer confidence woman's of parliament on holiday during a busy day in parliament may took a. Reiki questions in the house of Commons chamber before much. Links and less frequent grilling from senior lawmakers, who chaired various parliamentary committees may rounded off today at a. Meeting of rank. And file newmaker squishy so to unite had divided party and largely productive meeting in which one I said he'd withdrawn his. Letter cooling confidence vote in London Alex Morales, Bloomberg, daybreak Airbnb will need. To share the Danes at addresses of host and New York, City with officials, this is thanks to, a new law the. Latest setback for the home rental company one of the world's largest tourism destinations the law which passed Forty-five nothing at a city council vote yesterday is designed to..
"mir putin" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Noon right here on news ninety six point, five, WDBO, I President. Trump yesterday she sentence In my remarks I said the word would. Instead of Should have been I don't see any reason why wouldn't why wouldn't be Russia's Kester repeated I said the word? Would instead of what The sentence And I thought I would be maybe a little bit on new mayor on the transcript or unclear on the actual video should. Have been I don't see. Any reason why would? He rush I President Trump yesterday as he was meeting with congressional leaders at the. White House joining us now is, NBC News, Radio, Bill ZIM for. And Bill I. Don't know is the is the damage done there or or are people going to buy the the? The, explanation yeah the old double negative explanation from the. President, yesterday well the reaction, to that Joe has been a range of things from, people, saying okay I can understand that you were at the end of a long exhausting trip and your bumbled on. One word the other end of the spectrum people, are saying this is a laughable explanation of what happened. In Russia and if you look at the entire, news conference it was not the only time that the president appeared to be. Supporting bland MIR Putin over his own Intelligence services so there's still a lot more to come here this is nowhere near over in fact now you have Democrats calling for hearings to bring the interpreter involved. In the one on one. Sessions before congress to? Find out exactly what was said in a one on one meetings between President Trump. And bladder MIR Putin also secretary, of state, Mike, Pompeo will appear. Before the Senate. Foreign Relations committee next week he will be grilled on this issue as well so this is nowhere? Near, over and it will have lasting effects Bill I. Would, I would think that, somehow there would be some sort of code of conduct, with, interpreters that you're not allowed to have any kind of a discussion with anybody about what was said between global. Leaders yeah well there's one thing to request a, hearing there's another thing to get it I really believe. Yeah I I really believe that there's a very, slim chance that an interpreter would it up here before congress in fact though. There is still a pair Questions about what was said in that one on. One because today Russia came out with this statement saying they're, looking forward to implementing the agreements reached in the, sphere, of international security. There has been no comment from the White House. And Pentagon who apparently people are not. Quite sure even in the White House and Pentagon what was agreed to in that one on one meeting so they're continuing to go back and look at things and see if there were agreements made that maybe. We should. Know about right bills..
"mir putin" Discussed on KTRH
"Which the president talked about both sides of the issue when most Americans have made or believe that there aren't, two sides to the issue as pretended Charlottesville and also as pertain to whether you should believe the US intelligence community or that. Of a of MIR Putin's Russia and so that the parallels are certainly clear in terms, of the actual substance of the comments. And the actual responses from lawmakers but I will say today that you know there are. Republican lawmakers on the house side. At least coming to the president's defense and there's also the, question of what Republicans could actually do more than raise their concerns they have said called Ryan house speaker said they will continue to push for sanctions on Russia They have issued sanctions on Russia but beyond that it's not. Quite clear. What. Republicans. Can actually do, to sway this. President. Or, to do more to, stand up to him and speaking of Paul Ryan as you mentioned even saw him sort of downplay the effect that Russia's meddling hat on the two thousand sixteen election just a day after speaking out loudly against Russia and contradicting Trump's assertion about the meddling Republicans are concerned that the president is is so focused. On himself and the way in which admitting Russian meddling but somehow also undermine legitimacy of his election now the intelligence community has. Said that it's there's no way, of knowing, really the impact that the Russian meddling had, in terms of electing Trump and Republicans. Are trying to get the president to kind of see beyond himself and I think that's. What you're seeing in the speaker. Comments all, right thanks Caitlin Caitlin Huey burns national political reporter At real clear politics fourteen. Minutes now. After. The. Hour Imus Morning America's First news.
"mir putin" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"And. Alexa are best friends Alexa The news WGN w Alexa News g. o. w. s. I want you. To turn your radio up I want you to stop what you're doing if unless you're driving and I want you to listen very carefully in this because it's it's time for the cherry on top of all of this In attempting to explain why this hysteria this over the top completely irrational childlike unhinged delusional deranged unified reaction from virtually everybody In Washington DC including a bunch of Republicans. Who are normally on the Trump team What explains this it's clearly not That they really think Donald Trump sold America out of. Latter MIR Putin because he didn't? It's not at? All what happened So what does explain this Well in addition to, everything I've shared with, you the indictment bombing out. Not being what they thought The inability, to prove their collusion case and the reality here that there isn't, a case to be proven What actually happened in this presser Trump responded to the media setup question about, Russia interfering by talking about. Servers they ask him about? Interfering what did you? Tell Putin did you tell poodle cut it? Out and what does Trump do he. Starts talking about the democrat servers And then he explained his? Legitimate victory in terms of the electoral college, he said that he won. The election it was legitimate? And nobody helped him, and he threw it right back in their? Face and then said where's your server Why doesn't the FBI care what's on that. Server and then he handed it over. To Putin and Trump said you know he has an interesting idea I'll let him tell you about now, these two clearly Might have had an. Agreed upon behavior here because Putin then offered to proposals.
"mir putin" Discussed on WTVN
"Okay now folks it's time, for the I. Want you to turn your radio up I want you to stop what you're doing if unless you're driving and I want you to listen very carefully in this because it's it's time for the. Cherry. On top, of all of this In attempting to explain why this hysteria this over the top completely irrational childlike unhinged delusional deranged unified reaction from virtually everybody In Washington DC including a bunch of Republicans. Who are normally on the Trump team What explains this it's clearly not That they really think Donald Trump sold America out to. Bladder MIR Putin because he didn't? It's not at? All what happened So what does explain this Well in addition to, everything I've shared with, you the indictment bombing out. Not being what they thought The inability, to prove their collusion case and the reality here that there isn't, a case to be proven What actually happened in this presser Trump responded to the media setup question about, Russia interfering by talking about. Servers they ask him about. Interfering what are you tell Putin did you tell cut it? Out and what does Trump do he. Starts talking about the democrat servers And then he explained his legitimate victory in terms of? The electoral college he said that he won the election it, was legitimate, and nobody helped him and. He threw it right back in their face and then said where's your server why does. It the FBI care what's on that server, and then he handed it. Over to Putin and Trump? Said you know he has an interesting idea I'll let him? Tell you about now these two clearly Might have had an. Agreed upon behavior here because Putin then offered to proposals.
"mir putin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"G. e. to four two four two four Okay now folks, it's, time, for, the I. Want you to turn your radio up I want you to stop what you're doing if unless you're driving and I want you to listen very carefully this because it's it's time for the. Cherry. On top, of all of this In attempting to explain why this hysteria this over the top completely irrational childlike unhinged delusional deranged unified reaction from virtually everybody In Washington DC including a bunch of Republicans. Who are normally on the Trump team What explains this it's clearly not That they really think Donald Trump sold America out to. Bladder MIR Putin because he didn't? It's not at? All what happened So what does explain this Well in addition to, everything I've shared with, you the indictment bombing out. Not being what they thought The inability, to prove their collusion case and the reality here that there isn't, a case to be proven What actually happened in this presser Trump responded to the media set up question about, Russia interfering by talking about. Servers they ask him about? Interfering what did you tell Putin did you tell Puna cut it? Out and what does Trump do he. Starts talking about the democrat servers And then he explained his legitimate victory? In terms of the electoral college he said that he won, the election, it was legitimate and nobody. Helped him and he threw it right back in their face and then said where's your server why doesn't the FBI care what's on that, server and then he handed. It over to Putin and? Trump said you know he has an interesting idea I'll let him? Tell you about now these two clearly Might have had an. Agreed upon behavior here because Putin then offered to proposals.
"mir putin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Folks it's time for, the That good I want you. To turn your radio up I want you to stop what you're doing if unless you're driving and I want you to listen very carefully this because it's time for the cherry on top. Of all of this In attempting to explain why this hysteria this over the top completely irrational childlike unhinged delusional deranged unified reaction from virtually everybody In Washington DC including a bunch of Republicans. Who are normally on the Trump team What explains this it's clearly not that. They really think Donald. Trump sold America out to, Blatter MIR Putin because he didn't it's not at all what happened So what does explain this well in addition to everything I've shared with you the indictment bombing. Out not being what they thought The, inability to prove their collusion case semi reality here that there isn't, a case to be proven What actually happened in his presser Trump responded to the media setup question about, Russia interfering by talking about. Servers they ask him about? Interfering what did you, tell Putin did you tell poodle cut it? Out and what does Trump do he, starts talking about the Democrats servers and then he explained his legitimate victory. In terms of the electoral college he. Said that he won the election it was legitimate and nobody helped him and he threw it right back, in their face? And then said where's your server why does the? FBI care what's on that server and then he handed it, over to, Putin and Trump said you. Know he has an interesting idea I'll. Let him tell you about now these clearly Might have had an agreed. Upon behavior here because Putin than offered. To proposals.
"mir putin" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Now, folks it's time for the I. Want you to turn your radio up I want you to stop what you're doing if unless you're driving and I want you to listen very carefully in this because it's it's time for the. Cherry. On top, of all of this In attempting to explain why this hysteria this over the top completely irrational childlike unhinged delusional deranged unified reaction from virtually everybody In Washington DC including a bunch of Republicans. Who are normally on the Trump team What explains this it's clearly not That they really think Donald Trump sold America out to. Bladder MIR Putin because he didn't? It's not at? All what happened So what does explain this Well in addition to, everything I've shared with, you the indictment bombing out. Not being what they thought The inability, to prove their collusion case and the reality here that there isn't, a case to be proven What actually happened in this presser Trump responded to the media setup question about, Russia interfering by talking about. Servers they ask him about. Interfering what are you tell Putin did you tell cut it? Out and what does Trump do he. Starts talking about the democrat servers And then he explained his legitimate victory in terms of the? Electoral college he said that he won the. Election it was, legitimate and, nobody helped him and he. Threw it right back in their face and then said where's your server why doesn't the. F. b. i. care what's on that server, and then he handed it. Over to Putin and Trump. Said you know he has an interesting idea I'll let him? Tell you about now these two clearly Might have had an. Agreed upon behavior here because Putin then offered to proposals.
"mir putin" Discussed on WRVA
"Folks it's time for the I want you. To turn your radio up I want you to stop what you're doing if unless you're driving and I want you to listen very carefully in this because it's time for the cherry on top. Of all of this In attempting to explain why this hysteria this over the top completely irrational childlike unhinged delusional deranged unified reaction from virtually everybody In Washington DC including a bunch of Republicans. Who are normally on the Trump team What explains this it's clearly not That they really think Donald Trump sold America out to. Bladder MIR Putin because he didn't? It's not at? All what happened So what does explain this Well in addition to, everything I've shared with, you the indictment bombing out. Not being what they thought The inability, to prove their collusion case and the reality here that there isn't, a case to be proven What actually happened in this presser Trump responded to the media setup question about, Russia interfering by talking about. Servers they ask him about. Interfering what are you tell Putin did you tell Putin cut it? Out and what does Trump do he. Starts talking about the democrat servers And then he explained his legitimate victory in? Terms of the electoral college he said that he won, the election, it was legitimate and nobody. Helped him and he threw it right back in their face and then said where's your. Server why doesn't the FBI care what's on, that server and then he. Did over to Putin and. Trump said you know he has an interesting idea I'll let him? Tell you about now these two clearly Might have had an. Agreed upon behavior here because Putin then offered to proposals.
"mir putin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"About why he's. Really doing certain things yeah because. Today to me he sounds like he's totally done with. It I don't care I have no recollection of. History I'm just trying to get this guy, to like me I've got two reasons. Why he did it. Today I think that and it goes without saying Donald Trump is going to be different he does things differently. He'll go and actually sit down with. Kim. Jong UN and talk about nukes and all that kind of stuff I think what, this is just me okay and I haven't heard anybody. Say this because. People are so outraged with Trump today but I don't wanna. Make. An excuse for him but I just think that behind closed doors this is what, happened During the, two hour meeting in Helsinki. Before. Trump sits down with, Putin and says hey listen. I know you meddled listen right that we're not stupid here we know you meddled. Here's women do for you I'm going to go out and, I'm, going to publicly say you didn't do? It I believe you had nothing to do with and I'll. Say right why does Trump do. Something like that because Trump wants to make. A deal Trump, wants the deal he's the art of the. Deal you always try to find. Out a deal so he says let me take a bullet, for, you've, laddy we all know you did it so let me just. Let me go out and tell everybody hey. Listen this guy sitting to the Santa to the left of me. He, basically had nothing to do with it I think Trump, does that publicly for a couple of different reasons one I think that he wants something from bladder MIR Putin and it's a. Big want and it's a big ask and that, he hopes he's going to get. That whatever it might be if he goes, public and says platinum or Putin and the. Russians didn't do anything Because that's the only way that I could, could, think, Trump is not a dumb, man he he's outlandish he's. He's. A little crazy we all know this kind of. Stuff but I think that he had to have done what he did today for. A reason and I've got to believe that that reason is, I'm, gonna make a deal I'm going to? Give Putin what he wants what is Putin want he wants. The United States president to say. That I did nothing with with with the. Election so that's, a Trump did now what is he going. To get in return well it. Better be something good it has to be something that has, to, it, has to equal the magnification of you through the country and. Your intelligence community under the bus what's the..
"mir putin" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Together on the eight zero six nine am seven forty kcbs kcbs news time four twenty the muchheralded meeting between donald trump and bladder mir putin takes place tomorrow in helsinki and depending on which side of the globe you're on the talks are being viewed very differently julia davis is an investigative reporter and russian media analysts she spoke with kcbs says john bristow analysts chorus what hints have they given about what to expect from this meeting tomorrow they expecting this meeting to signalise that the relations between the us and russia being normalized and that the latest being wiped clean as far as any issues in the past and talk a little bit about how russian state media works and what relationships since it is state media is controlled by the government what relationship it has with vladimir putin and what it communicates to the people there state today in russia is completely in line with the kremlin talking points they never deviate from them we'll never hear any criticism of putting on russian state tv so anything they say is imperfect alignment with what the kremlin wants to say to the russian people do you expect the recent indictments to play any role in the talks or do you think they'll shift the blame as they've already done from what i'm hearing on russian state tv they're planning to mentioned the election meddling as simply more attacks from the democrats and they're planning just say that obama and hillary clinton are are a common solid between trump and russia and to build the camaraderie and to just brush it all side and of course putting a little deny everything but we'll mention that the us metals and other countries affairs to in order to just brush this issue aside and that that stay the extent that they will probably want to to mention in terms of the credibility of russian state state media how much do russian citizens believe what they are seeing and hearing and reading many russian citizens are brainwashed by the media to the point where they actually do believe it's so the majority of them do believe it then there again that's almost exclusively what they hear because there's very little in terms of independent media so they are they are reliant on state propaganda for their views about the world yeah it was about to ask julia whether there are any other media voices in russia that attempt to give a balanced story but any attempt by companies to offer a balanced story are kind of put down effectively by the government how does that work there only a couple of independent radio stations or you could say semi independent because it's very dangerous to criticize the powers that be in russia so there are a couple of little outlets but they are routinely undermined by the government and also they have to be pretty careful as far as what they say julia davis is an investigative reporter and russian media analyst kcbs news time now for twenty three a babysitter accused of.
"mir putin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"All this in light of the fact that president is having this summit with bladder mir putin coming up next week i'd like to know why the timing seems somewhat suspect i don't know if the president signed off on this or not but it's like the baht indictments okay i don't doubt it what about i'd like to know what the chinese have been involved in terms of hacky i'd like to know what the north koreans have been involved in terms of hockey i'd like to know what the iranians have been involved in terms of hockey and it seems that you only thing they wanna find a wanna be able to find anything with the word russia in it at this point because trump russia collusion oh that's something that they haven't been able to find any information on none whatsoever and democrats want the president to cancel his summit well there's no allegation in this indictment that any american knew that they were corresponding with any russian no allegation in the indictment that any american citizen committed any crime no allegation that in fact it altered the votes in this country so basically nothing's changed except we all you know we would have listened to people like devin newness we would have been a much better position but of course we don't listen to people like devin nunes because barack obama was president this all happened on his watch isn't that but on donald trump's watch happened on putin's watch anyway i'm not going to rehash all the the the hearings yesterday but there is some interesting developments as it relates to the president and his ongoing battle with the fake news industry i he gave an interview with the sun and said and in this joint press conference cnn got jim acosta who's the worst of the worst that he's got an abusive bias on his part anyway so the president was going to take a question from jim acosta and he's no we don't talk to fake news his ready so it's not an easy negotiation can i ask you actually john roberts go ahead you know john roberts scott shannon's fake news that i'll take questions from cnn cnn is fake news i don't take questions from saint john roberts fox let's go to a real network we're real network thank you mr president okay well we've got the greatest hits jim acosta maybe i'll play them on tv tonight jim acosta is hostile to the president jim acosta has an agenda and jim acosta's obviously biased so why should the president bother take it as question because it's all basically to fit his his predetermined narrative by the way this is a a sean hannity show alert republicans are actually doing something smart i mean besides the freedom caucus they do something smart pretty much every day but you know that the democrats have been out there campaigning that they want to abolish ice basically they want open borders goes to the heart of what my argument is that they don't have any vision for the future of the country in two thousand eighteen is about an impeaching trump open borders keeping obamacare wanting their crumbs back and not wanting the president to have a choice depict the supreme court justice of that he wants anyway gop house majority leader kevin mccarthy is saying the democrats they're going to get their chance to abolish all interior immigration enforcement officers before the two thousand eighteen midterm elections now the people that have actually put forward the bills are saying that they don't want the vote oh so it's basically a show to say we're really against ice but if put to the task of standing up what they say they believe in that that's something they actually want to do they're not involved in in doing that part anyway let's get to some calls here we're in london i think you'll enjoy the video from earlier today when i went out amongst the protesters will start with martha is in winchester virginia martha how are you welcome to london and welcome to the sean hannity show i've been hearing you talk about your insomnia for such a long time.
"mir putin" Discussed on WSB-AM
"President is having the summit with bladder mir putin coming up next week i'd like to know why the timing seems somewhat suspect i don't know if the president signed off on this or not but it's like the indictments okay i don't doubt it what about i'd like to know what the chinese have been involved in in terms of hacky i'd like to know what the north koreans have been involved in terms of hockey i'd like to know what the iranians have been involved in in terms of hacking and it seems that only thing they wanna find a want to be able to find anything with the word russia in it at this point because trump russia collusion oh that's something that they haven't been able to find any information on none whatsoever and democrats want the president cancel his summit well there's no allegation in this indictment that any american knew that they were corresponding with any russian no allegation in the indictment that any american citizen committed any crime no allegation that in fact it altered the votes in this country so basically nothing's changed except we all you know we would have listened to people like devin nunes we would have been much better position but of course we don't listen to people like devin nunes because barack obama was president this all happen on his watch isn't that but on donald trump's watch happened on putin's watch anyway i'm not going to rehash all the the the hearings yesterday but there is some interesting developments as it relates to the president and his ongoing battle with the fake news industry i e gave an interview with the sun and said and in this joint press conference cnn got know jim acosta who's the worst of the worst that he's got an abusive bias on his part anyway so the president was going to take a question from tim mukasa and he's no we don't talk to fake news here's what he so it's not an easy negotiation thank you john roberts go ahead now john roberts guy cnn is fake news i don't take questions from john roberts fox let's go to a real network we're real network too so thank you mr president okay well we've got the greatest hits of jim acosta maybe i'll play them on tv tonight jim acosta is hostile to the president jim acosta has an agenda and jim acosta's obviously biased so why should the president by the taking this question because it's all basically to fit his his predetermined narrative by the way this is a sean hannity show alert republicans are actually doing something smart i mean besides the freedom caucus they do something smart pretty much every day but you know that the democrats have been out there campaigning that they want all bollock ice would basically they want open borders goes to the heart what am i arguments is that they don't have any vision for the future of the country in two thousand eighteen is about an impeaching trump open borders keeping obamacare wanting their crumbs back and not wanting the president to have a choice to pick the supreme court justice of that he wants anyway gop house majority leader kevin mccarthy is saying democrats they're going to get their chance to abolish all interior immigration enforcement officers before the two thousand eighteen midterm elections now the people that have actually put forward the bills are saying that they don't want the vote oh so it's basically a show to say we're really against ice but if put to the task of standing up what they say they believe in that that's something they actually want to do they're not involved in in doing that part anyway let's get to some calls here we're in london i think you'll enjoy the video from earlier today when i went out amongst the protesters will start with martha is in winchester virginia martha how are you welcome to london and welcome to the sean hannity show sean i've been hearing you talk about your insomnia for such a long time.
Trump v. Putin: What to Expect From the Meeting in Helsinki
"To all one at a joint us uk news conference outside london today president trump looked ahead to his monday meeting with bladder mir putin asked if he'll raise us election meddling with the russian leader abc's karen travers is in london will the latest president trump has said in the past that when he talks to gradimir putin about russia's election meddling who denies it he said he'll address the issue again when he sits down with the russian president on monday in finland but he doesn't expect putin to change his tune i will absolutely bring that up i don't think you'll have any gee i did it i did it you got me there won't be a perry mason here i don't think but you never know what happens right but i will absolutely firmly asked the question karen travers abc news traveling with the president in london hours after the president's news conference the justice department announced it has indicted twelve russian military officers in connection with two thousand sixteen presidential election meddling deputy attorney general rod rosenstein says eleven are charged with conspiring to hack into computers still documents and release those documents with the intent to interfere with the election one of those defendants and twelfth russian military officer charged with conspiring to infiltrate computers of organisations involved in administering elections including state boards of election secretaries of state and companies that supply software used to administer elections rosenstein says that russian intelligence agents stolen formation on five hundred thousand us voters after hacking state us election board another hearing today on negative trump text messages during the election former fbi lawyer lisa page is expected on capitol hill this afternoon for a closed door hearing where she'll face questions about antitrump text messages she traded with fbi.
"mir putin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Secret agent for a lot of mir putin would he speak publicly and say positive things about putin the way that he does or wouldn't he try to hide it now what do it the way he's doing it well doesn't doesn't if if he really was guilty of working for putin he would he would be open about speaking about his admiration for putin do you have to have to do that unlike or in order to keep the west in order to keep all of our allies knowing that he's propping them ac spring bringing them kind of downward and he's bringing way why why does it help him hold on hold on why does it help in to have the allies not cooperator to fear him well he he believes that we're strong enough we could feel with that they're not gonna leave us okay again again you're you're do you understand that you're talking in profoundly illogical terms in other words that trump deliberately because and what's his his core motivation is as core motivation that he's secretly dedicated to russia or is it blackmail or what do you think he owes them for a while probably black males in there probably there's some kind of financial issue taxes okay don't all of this all of this all of this is going to come out with the mahler investigation of any of it is true i sincerely doubt that it is and again it's it's part of why i do hope for the sake of the country not for the sake of the administration for the sake of the country i hope this investigation wraps up quickly and we can move on because there are more important issues and in the world right now then the suspicions of a secret trump putin cabal a we will be right back on the medved show.
"mir putin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Long time and then no matter what happens in these meetings they know that trump will ultimately end up with a lot of mir putin in these meetings now whether you're a firsttime listening to this program or you've listened to a long time there is no issue that boils putin putin the powerful blood more than nato simple as that we've had on a russian voices they've explained it all to us this is not you know secret knowledge this is something that if you pay just normal attention you understand it and the idea of how nato was born why nato was set up why it continues to be the oldest and really the most successful defence alliance that we've gotten the western world and yes trump is correct that the united states does pay most of the freight for this even our our friend angela merkel who had to surrender on the the migration issue she's even said you know what we do need to pay a little bit more we do need to pony up or two percent of gdp or whatever the the numbers are but that's just one issue money is really not the big issue money is an issue but it's really not the big issue but to vladimir putin nothing is a thorn in his side more the nato it's always been that way always will be that way and so this is all been scheduled to coincide there's pressure on all different kinds of people earlier today our lead story and i hope you go back when we archive this program after this live broadcast and listen we went into europe and talked about merkel's surrender we talked about the migration issue in how the european union in an emergency meeting just because it was a political crisis for them they were trying to help the kids they weren't trying to help you especially if you live somewhere in europe they weren't trying to do any of that they were doing the exact opposite until the elections occurred in the people got so ticked off if they voted that way that now angela merkel's week and you'll macron doesn't know what his political future is there's new governments in places like austria and hungary and italy and in spain and so there's you're getting changed which is the way democracy should work in a way this democracy working very well so if you missed mark that was a european perspective of what he thinks about this new plan which includes detention centers you know if if if you have a detention center in america nazis are coming back if you have detention centers in europe it's great l or as we found out detention centers the europeans want in northern africa and that's why we bring on korean one of our voices from egypt one of the countries that the european leaders say of course they're saying it we'll see if it actually happens but they say part of this plan is not only we'll have detention center so that we can better screen and find out who these people are that wanna come into europe but we're going to extend them to countries like egypt and libya and will have them down there so they can't even get across the the mediterranean ocean get into greece and get into spain i wanted to find out about this from kareem and we will hear that also wanted to talk with him in at the second part of the interview you'll hear this too about the supreme court upholding trump's travel ban again the obvious question you have to ask is is is okay now that we've gone through this whole process all the people that told you that the world is gonna end and that they had a protest every airport and that they could they would never see their mother aunt uncle cousin baby doing it for the kids that all went through the first time the first three or four rounds now the supreme court which is ultimately what matters the highest court says nope trump was right all the protesters were wrong where are the protesters suddenly you stop the fight because it wasn't supposed to be about that it was supposed to be about you know this is how i really feel this is my life this is what's right or wrong i've got the moral high ground that shouldn't change just because the supreme court now the law changed but the moral outrage should still be there except i don't hear any of them so again we.
America's poor becoming more destitute under Trump - U.N. expert
"Friday night news donald trump moving towards new outreach to bladder mir putin now why is this breakdown on friday night we can't say for sure but the wall street journal is reporting late friday the trump administration working on a potential trump putin summit jon huntsman us ambassador russia has been back in washington helping arrange this trump putin meeting the summit would be focused on specifics not grand bargaining according to an official those things need to be negotiated now trump also announced today that that on again off again june twelfth summit with north korea leader kim jong un back on the decision comes after trump met with kim jong un's right hand man this is the former spy chief kim yong choi now in a meeting at the oval office that lasted basically over an hour now kim young travel to washington to handle liver this letter to president trump this is on behalf of kim jong un a president trump then telling reporters at the white house he'd read the quote very nice very interesting letter then he said this.
"mir putin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"It's no more complicated math okay if you don't think that's true i want you to figure out for yourself how you would do it you're sitting in russia your bladder mir putin you've got agents everywhere you can put agents wherever you want and you're going to collude with one of the candidates in order to get him elected you're going to make sure that when the votes are counted your guy wins how are you going to do that how's anybody gonna do that it can't be done and that to me is the real danger of all this look at the number of americans probably in the millions who now think it not only can be done but did happen and will happen again these people in their zeal to protect themselves have destroyed the integrity of the american electoral process and they keep adding to it because the russian collusion story doesn't go away and now whenever anything unfortunate happens to the democrats in an election or wherever guess what the first excuse given is the russians the russians do not have the capability to do this you wouldn't know where to go you wouldn't know which precincts which districts then you get to the electoral college the electoral college is set up in part to make sure that population clusters like california of millions and millions of like minded people are not given a greater percentage of weight in a presidential election than than than their proportion should be that's the brilliance of the electoral college we're not a democracy where we are republic elizabeth warren is out there elisa awasa eliza what the foca hotter she's out there claiming that the system has already been corrupted because hillary got more votes than trump and she should have been elected president something is desperately wrong in america no something is amazingly brilliantly corrected america the electoral college was to set was set up to make sure that small population centers rural states and so forth had a chance to be involved in who wins presidential elections it was the the electoral college was devised precisely to make sure that in this case a whole bunch of liberals could not congregate in one place california and steal an election the electoral college.
Putin inaugurates bridge by driving a truck across to seized peninsula Crimea
"From npr news in washington i'm lakshmi singh pennsylvania is among four states holding primary elections npr's scott detro reports voters in pennsylvania are deciding races held against the landscape of last minute redistricting pennsylvania's primary campaign was shaken up when the state supreme court threw out the congressional map is unconstitutional justice candidates began filing to run the new court drawn map is friendlier to democrats and that plus five republican retirements has led to several jam packed primaries as democrats try to seize momentum in pennsylvania the first lady's expected to be released from the hospital in a few days the white house has malania trump was treated for a benign kidney condition the president of russia is green lighting a new path for getting supplies to crimea which the russian military occupied and seized from ukraine for years ago npr's lucian kim reports l'idee mir putin has opened a bridge that connects the crimean peninsula to the russian mainland president putin attended the opening ceremony by climbing into the cab of an orange dump truck and driving at twelve miles over the seat to crimea crimea is a peninsula that juts off of ukraine into the black sea after russia annexed crimea in twenty fourteen supplies to be delivered by sea or air the fourbilliondollar bridge is more than just a prestige project because ease of moving people and goods will take crimea even closer to russia on wall street the dow is down one hundred seventy three points this is npr twenty one minutes now or make that twenty minutes past the hour of eight let's see what's happening with our commute this morning as we check back with joe mcconnell mathematically new problem for the nimitz freeway in oakland northbound eight eighty at high street crash in the right lane traffic already back up to two thirty eight and backed up before that now from about his spirit and five eighty s to thirty s backed up to five eighty but five through castro valley not too bad does turn bad though and five eighty westbound what you get to san leandro from about fairmont drive and up to lakeshore and i'm joe mcconnell for k qb all right thanks joe his report brought to you by speedy oil change and auto service and he'll update us again just about nine minutes from now support for k q e d comes from best.
National guard members from Texas, Arizona, New Mexico begin to arrive on border
"One point five hundred points this ap radio news troops are getting settled along the border with mexico we are preparing for the military to secure our border that was president trump a week ago now national guard troops are beginning to arrive at the border where the president says illegal immigration and crime are at a crisis point arizona new mexico and texas are sending in sixteen hundred national guard members that's about half the number the president requested california the only border state that's a hold out is the only one led by a democrat the governor's office says state officials are still reviewing president trump's request for guardsmen under the law aw governors deploy the troops and control them washington picks up the cost rita foley washington and arkansas sailor who died during the nineteen forty one attack on pearl harbor will be honored after his remains are brought home this summer glenn tipton remains were identified after his family submitted dna five years ago i'm ed donahue ap radio news this is firefighter raphael poor yet reminding you that every day portion of every firehouse subs purchase goes through it's helping first responders try the new ruben loaded with hot pastrami sweet and tangy slot melted swiss limited time get a medium for strumming ruben for just six thirty nine firehouse subs joy more subs save more lives limited time offer participating locations firehouse subs will donate a minimum of one million dollars in two thousand eighteen to the firehouse subs public safety foundation by donating point one three percent of every purchase facebook ceo mark zuckerberg testifying before congress tuesday and wednesday the ap's ed donahue reports this comes amid revelations trump connected data mining firm gathered personal information from facebook users to try to influence elections the top democrat on the senate commerce committee bill nelson says dunkelberg is taking this seriously i've found him forthright and willing to to to turn things around eighty seven million facebook users may have had their data share he said they were lied to by cambridge analytic nelson says they are going to take a hard look at regulation new can't protect privacy just on the basis of somebody telling you that they're gonna protect nelson says adversaries such as bladder mir putin can't beat the us militarily but they can win through cyber ed donahue washington museum dedicated to.
The Russia-Turkey-Iran plan for Syria leaves key issues unsolved
"Same magnitude and the same scope gingy police in california have named the woman who shot three people before killing herself at the youtube headquarters outside san francisco she was nazeema a thirty nine year old of iranian descent who lived in san diego police also said there was no sign she targeted anyone in particular world news from the bbc the italian president sergio match rally is due to begin talks about the formation of a new coalition government mr maturana will consult each political party with viewed inviting one of them to lead a coalition two rival groups wants to have the first attempt the populist five star movement which is the largest single party and the rightwing league which has the largest alliance in the new parliament the leaders of turkey russia and iran due to meet on wednesday to discuss attempts to bring an end to the war in syria president air to one is hosting the summit with letty mir putin and hassan rohani in ankara mark lowen is there tacky opposes the syrian regime that russia and iran support and it backs rebel fighters the other two are attacking the techies priority is to fight the syrian kurdish militia and it needs russian and iranian cooperation for that specific disagreements including italy province where turkey is backing the rebels but which may soon see russian and regime bombardment outside powers have carved up syria and it's viciously complex proxy war and turkey russia and iran see an opportunity to get what they want out of a crushed country president emmanuel macron of franz has threatened new european sanctions against venezuela unless the authorities ensure next month's elections are free and fair mr macron said current conditions would not permit a democratic vote venezuela's foreign minister hawk ar yasa accused mister makarov meddling and subordinating himself to what he calls the warlike designs of the united states and international team of scientists studying a group of bowhead whales in the north atlantic say their communication is as diverse as that of song birds they found that the whales san nearly two hundred different song types over three years as they travelled beneath the arctic sea ice bbc world news thank you very much let.
"mir putin" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Hospital for cia director and he may oppose mike pompeo if rand paul opposes mike pompeo and all of the democrats and up opposing mike pompeo then depending upon the health of senator mccain and where he comes down on this issue remember he's also very sensitive on the issue of torture because of his personal experience pompeo's nomination may be in trouble and at a time like this where a lot of mir putin has just been reelected yeah what a shock i mean couldn't see that one coming could you another sixyear term and he was asked if he would continue to serve after his sixyear term which is supposed to be his last would he change the constitution he says what and serve until one hundred he says no yet okay so we won't serve until one hundred sixty five right now the the entire putin rule and the way that this election was handled and the second place finisher the secondplace finisher was the communist candidate yes they have a communist candidate they want to restore stolen to hero status the the situation with america's handling of russia of north korea of our alliances of iran it is a dangerous world we need a secretary of state confirmed we need a national security adviser i hope it continues to be general mcmaster but we need people in place whether it's general mcmaster john bolton it would be another good choice that that one is in confirmable that one does have to go up for a senate fight but cia director and secretary of state due and this is one of those all hands on deck matters i i hope that the president focuses less attention on andrew mccabe an robert muller and more attention and getting these fine nominees and they're both fine nominees confirmed by the congress by the senate of the united states rand paul sounded like this on the issue of gina hospitals confirmation specifically on the director i oppose her because she believes that waterboarding should be something that we use and i think america shouldn't be known for torture and i have members of my family in the military i don't want if there ever captured for foreign countries to think tortures.
Trump not mulling canning Mueller, White House lawyer says
"On this morning jennifer kushinka is here with more of america's first news gordon a top white house lawyers as president trump is not considering firing the special counsel investigating russian election interference after our cascade of trump tweets revived chatter that the president may be preparing to can robert muller democratic congressman adam schiff told abc trump moves to fire mueller there will be consequences i would hope that it would prompt a all democrats and republicans in the house to pass it independent counsel law and reinstate bob muller trump has long been frustrated by the lengthy and intensifying probe and insists his presidential campaign did not collude with russia to influence the election in his favor austin police chief brian manley says an expert that injured two men last night could have been triggered by a trip wire he says the thirties are working under the belief that the latest incident is connected to the previous three explosions in the city we now need the community to have an extra level of vigilance and pay attention to any suspicious device whether it be a package a bag a backpack anything that looks out of place and do not approach it the two victims transported to an area hospital do not have life threatening injuries bladder mir putin today was reelected decisively in what one of his challengers described as a filthy election putin who will serve another sixyear term didn't wait for the final tally before addressing supporters at a rally off moscow's red square he called his victory a recognition of what had been achieved in the past few years we call it madness what's transpired so far this year probably under cells you've been that term we had a number sixteen knockout number one for the first time ever on the men's side last night another number one went down xavier then there was a comeback for the ages as nevada knocked out second seed cincinnati josh halls a guard for the wolfpack just speechless right now you know we're just really excited to move for a lot of people had us losing the texas game so you know for us to just keep winning and keep fighting battling we can't keep getting down like this every game but you know everybody's just so excited and there will be no repeat champion north carolina got routed yesterday by texas am.
Another explosion in Austin
"Oakville abc news i'm dave packer in austin this our people are being told to stay home another explosion following deadly package bomb explosions in recent weeks austin police chief brian manley we have to victims have been transported to hospital with what we understand right now are nonlifethreatening injuries abc's jim ryan is in texas with an update on what we're hearing from officials three package explosions that have happened in austin so far this month two of them were fatal and even as police were trying to put together clues about those incidents one more explosion happened on sunday two men in their twenty s were taken to the hospital for treatment it comes at the end of the south by southwest music series one person was arrested during that event for emailing a threat a bomb threat that turned out to be a hoax one hundred fifteen thousand dollars is being offered for information leading to an arrest through two different reward funds adam schiff the top democrat on the house intelligence committee saying sunday that members of congress need to speak up about the importance of the special counsels russia investigation before there was a constitutional crisis many figuring from the president's incendiary tweets implying bias by robert mueller staff over the weekend that he's preparing to fire him abc's tariff myriad at the white house has consistently undermine the investigation but this latest direct shot at muller comes as lead attorney is calling for the case to be shutdown lawmakers on both sides of the aisle warning trump that firing muller we'll have severe consequences for the white house repeatedly saying there are no plans to fire muller president trump's plan to combat opioid drug addiction nationwide calls for stiffer penalties for drug traffickers including the death penalty where appropriate under current law that from andrew brim berg the president's policy director bladder mir putin rose to a crushing reelection victory on sunday for six more years as russia's president his fourth electoral contest you're listening to abc news i'm nick soboleski a selectquote agent with a true story that could save you hundreds of dollars a.
Spy poisoning case dividing Europe unites Putin supporters in final hours before Russian election
"Presidential election that's expected to hand vladimir putin and easy victory this as the standoff with the uk over the poisoning of a former spike continues bloomberg's annemarie hoarder joins us now from moscow and maria let's start with that spat between the kremlin in downing street what's the latest good morning tracy well we've been waiting for the kremlin to respond they've been saying all week that response is coming and then it just lied in the hands of president putin to decide exactly wanting to do it's a very much a tit for tat response they're going to expel twentythree british diplomats from moscow this was in response to prime minister theresa may expelling twenty three russians those are gonna close the saint petersburg consulate and as well as the british council which is has a foothold in russia for sixty years since one thousand nine hundred ninety nine since the soviet union now a response to this theresa may says that she's going to be talking to her allies do you security council is going to be meeting next week and she says fresh sanctions could be on the table now it's interesting from the uk side and then what many people analysts are saying is that whether or not she acts alone will depend on how big of a blow the next round of retaliation could be gets moscow if the british act alone it's likely going to be a bit of a soft for for for the for the kremlin here but if she's able to as she navigates e as she navigates brexit as well this is very tougher but if she's able to bring on the european union and her allies in terms of response w definitely tougher blow for president ladimir putin as he looks to take on his fourth term after today's election ameri is there any indication that the spa spy poisonings accused me is actually having an impact on the russian election actually tracy it could be playing into bladder mir putin's hand russia's still troubling struggling to deal with its biggest recession in in russia as well as the fact that stagnant living wages are really hurting domestically in two thousand twelve he promised to get state worker salaries up that that didn't happen to exactly what the kremlin wanted and that's really what's bothering people domestically st idea that he can come out and blamed the.
Senate passes bill easing Dodd-Frank restrictions
"Coming up we'll ask the british ambassador to the us about the threat from russia and how the uk once the us to respond i'm david greene martin russia holding election on sunday and everyone expects bladder mir putin will win but npr's lucian kim reports is popularity may be waning of us midterm elections npr's don gonyea is on the ground in missouri where incumbent democrat claire mccaskill may face an uphill battle and plenty of money takes us back in time to the smoot hawley tariffs and the shortcuts foreign countries used to get around them it's thursday march fifteenth musician will i am turns forty three years old today news is next live from npr news in washington i'm korva coleman the senate has voted sixty seven to thirty one to rollback some banking regulations that were enacted as part of the dodd frank wall street reforms npr's kelsey snell reports the bill has the support of banking lobbyists and some regulators the bill has bipartisan support from senators who say easing restrictions on small banks will help small businesses and the communities they serve the bill would allow banks with assets under two hundred and fifty billion dollars to avoid some annual stress tests but opponents say rolling back regulations could open the door for another financial crisis npr's kelsey snell some of the students who walked out of their classrooms and a nationwide protest of gun violence in the us say they're looking ahead to more demonstrations npr's braxton booker says thousands of students took part in wednesday's walkout sabrina manzoor is a student in potomac maryland who spent part of her day wednesday calling lawmakers to enact stricter gun laws outside the us capitol manzoor says she's looking forward to later this month that's when.