36 Burst results for "More Than Three Decades"

Report: Climate Change Could Move 200 Million People by 2050

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Report: Climate Change Could Move 200 Million People by 2050

"New research from of the World Bank warns climate change may lead to major movements of people the study by the nonprofit ground swell for the World Bank finds climate change could push more than two hundred million people to leave their homes in the next three decades increased migration hot spots unless urgent action is taken to use global emissions I'm bridge the development gap the research also examines how the impacts of slow onset climate change such as water scarcity decreasing crop productivity and rising sea levels could lead to millions of what the report describes as climate migrants by twenty fifty I'm Charles collect as mom

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Fresh update on "more than three decades" discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

01:24 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "more than three decades" discussed on Sky News Daily

"In march two thousand three less than two years. After the nine eleven attacks the us led military coalition set about toppling then iraqi dictator saddam hussein. Long seen is a destabilising influence in the middle east. Saddam hussein's invasion of kuwait in nineteen ninety brought about the first gulf war with a us led coalition this time. He stood accused of amassing weapons of mass destruction and having ties with islamic terror group al qaeda among those involved in the ground invasion was an idealistic. Us marine who would soon find himself at the center of one of the century's most iconic moments this is taking down saddam while you were earlier at the palestine hotel. Can you hear me david. Can you tell us the name of the rouser. My name is david chater was just asking you to tell us the name of the roundabout where you are on the ninth of april two thousand. Three's i was. The sky correspondent embedded in. Baghdad is the roundabout holiday. Just show you around a bit toward being going on something like twenty one days. When coalition forces crossed the borders into iraq coming from both the north and the south the front line is squeezing around us and the service sense of danger. But war came about because tony blair the british prime minister george bush. The american president times had decided that saddam hussein the dictator overall had built up an awesome of weapons of mass destruction. He is without any question still trying to develop that chemical biological potentially nuclear capability and to allow them to do so without any letter entrance just to say we can carry on and do it. I think would be responsible. But i would never came to power in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. It was a destabilising influence. The iraqi dictator in central part of the middle east there was no real indications were large stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction. But i think the momentum military buildup was such that the attempt to oust saddam. Hussein was not going to be prevented in any way this is. The hotel was hit by the tank. Shell if you go carry on this way and follow me. Seen the eight ten busters extort me playing growls comes in scottish machine gunshots. That's how that we could expect the marines at any moment. My name is miles hill from oklahoma small town. All sally served with the united states marine corps as an infantry machine gunner. I was riding on the back. Armored troop transport there were thirteen of us packed inside this thing pushing from the border of kuwait iraq to baghdad. I felt called to join the military. I had great grandparents who had fought in world war. Two great grandparents that had fought in korea in there was the lineage military history. There was nothing that i could see the greater honor to myself than joining that organization in participating with such historic unit as a nineteen year old. I wish i could tell you that. I have a better understanding of the gop structure. But what. I knew then was a dictator and oppressed his people for more than three decades in through violent russian. Our orders were very general and they were to push forward into the city against all resistance and secure. The entire city exchanged letters to our families that we gave to our friends in case we were to die that day. Our responsibility was to send those letters off a final final letter. They had prepped. Us and told us this would be the bloodiest urban bowel of ring or history and they were trying to get us ready for what they expected to be. Extremely heavy resistance upon entering the city so death was definitely something on. Everyone's mind they just trying to work out the geography. Exactly where you are. You say you've moved position from where you were earlier via palestine. Ost if i wanted. Drop my pen head out of the country. I said no coming and going but most of the other college of been working with sky took up the offer and so essentially always. They're very much on my own in this mosque. Where we saw some fedayeen. Taking up position with Kalashnikovs rocket-propelled grenades from equal the night. Thirsty we all notice was. There was nobody there gone. We single-minded was no longer with us and then was exhilarating at the same time. Very frightening just down there pasta statue of president. Saddam hussein is where the marines with any lack of pushing forward towards but That's all i know. Amtrak's went as fast as they could go. We were moving in really quick speed. I was sitting on the top with machine gun. It was kind of cool out so the heat from the engine was bubbling up through the court. Were standing out of. Were super high. Alert your heart's jumping in as we began to enter into actually crossed the threshold from the uncivilized part of baghdad into structural art. Amac yet there were skirmishes along the way standing looking out without quickening wondering which grade they come in which direction the crust around about some new started hearing then a line swept him since around as the stature present saddam hussein and that the american troops rolling in past it that is a real within sight. Maybe twenty thirty minutes of just pushing hard to the city all of a sudden. They're looking at the tower of saddam children beginning to move into the streets alone with journalists. The residents don't quite know what to think yet. They haven't started coming out but those tanks now popped in the reporters started coming out of baghdad hotel and the civilian aqueous warmed in the square became pats this just wrong with people..

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"more than three decades" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | Last week

"more than three decades" Discussed on WTOP

"More than three decades. The show tweeted that Scott passed away peacefully surrounded by family, including his two daughters and wife, Paris. Scott, who joined today in 1980 was especially well known for wishing happy birthday to fans who were turning 100. He began his 65 year career with NBC as a page at the affiliate station here in Washington, D. C. In 1955, he began hosting the Joy Boys radio show on the NBC radio station WRC, staying on that program until it ended in 1970. For Scott was also the first person to play Ronald McDonald Fun fact appearing in commercials in the Washington area, starting in 1963, It's 8 22 or 5. 22 also knew this evening in Prince George's County Police officers been suspended after a hit and run crash in Clinton last night. This happened just before nine on Old Branch Avenue near Schultz Road, Responding officers found a gray Chevrolet Impala that had struck another vehicle before colliding with a house. The car was later determined to be Unmarked Prince George's County Police cruiser, and investigators determined the driver was an off duty officer who fled the scene. That officer turned himself into police this morning. Governor Larry Hogan's push to end federal unemployment benefits early has resulted in a hefty legal bill for Marylanders. The bill totals about $382,000. The invoice from Venable LLP, was released yesterday, according to Maryland matters. Governor Larry Hogan's administration had to seek outside counsel after the attorney general's office made clear they didn't agree with his fight to end unemployment benefits early, so wouldn't be representing his administration in court. Hogan stood behind his decision, saying employers have had difficulty filling vacant positions, but a judge eventually ordered that unemployment benefits continue. The attorney general's office responded, saying, quote. We urged him to change course. And who refused. He is the reason the state incurred these expenses. Melissa how old w T o P news coming up in money news. What do all those Amazon employees in Crystal City do? I'm Jeff Global 5 20 for the summer heat can take a toll on the home you love good thing this fall is painting season.

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Defensive Biden Tries to Put Afghanistan Behind Him

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Defensive Biden Tries to Put Afghanistan Behind Him

"Two hundred and twenty four of the biden administration which is now trying to turn the page on the controversial exit from afghanistan and the chaotic evacuation. This afternoon about twenty four hours after the last american c. Seventeen cargo plane took off from kabul president biden step to the podium at the white house state dining room to offer a vigorous defense of his decision to end america's longest war. No nation has ever done anything like it in all history. Extraordinary success of this mission was due to the incredible skill bravely and selfless courage. The united states military and our diplomats and intelligence professionals. That was the choice. The real choice between levy escalating. I was not going to extend this forever. War and hours not extending forever exit those asking for third decade of war and afghanistan. I asked what is the vital national interest. It was timed and this war. We will maintain the fight against terrorism. We'd just don't need to fight a groundwater to do it into isis k. We are not done with you yet. This page sketch broad outlines of his foreign policy saying the era of nation building is over. The president also noted. The us would help evacuate the estimated one to two hundred americans still in afghanistan if they want to leave the state department also thanked cobble embassy staff on social media posting this photo taken just before their departure there is no longer an embassy in afghanistan. Those diplomats will be based in cutter.

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President Biden Defends America's Exit From Afghanistan

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

President Biden Defends America's Exit From Afghanistan

"Day two hundred and twenty four of the biden administration which is now trying to turn the page on the controversial exit from afghanistan and the chaotic evacuation. This afternoon about twenty four hours after the last american c. Seventeen cargo plane took off from kabul president biden step to the podium at the white house state dining room to offer a vigorous defense of his decision to end america's longest war. No nation has ever done anything like it in all history. Extraordinary success of this mission was due to the incredible skill bravely and selfless courage. The united states military and our diplomats and intelligence professionals. That was the choice. The real choice between levy escalating. I was not going to extend this forever. War and hours not extending forever exit those asking for third decade of war and afghanistan. I asked what is the vital national interest. It was timed and this war. We will maintain the fight against terrorism. We'd just don't need to fight a groundwater to do it into isis k. We are not done with you yet. This page sketch broad outlines of his foreign policy saying the era of nation building is over. The president also noted. The us would help evacuate the estimated one to two hundred americans still in afghanistan if they want to leave the state department also thanked cobble embassy staff on social media posting this photo taken just before their departure there is no longer an embassy in afghanistan. Those diplomats will be based in cutter.

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Biden Defends U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden Defends U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan

"Day two hundred and twenty four of the biden administration which is now trying to turn the page on the controversial exit from afghanistan and the chaotic evacuation. This afternoon about twenty four hours after the last american c. Seventeen cargo plane took off from kabul president biden step to the podium at the white house state dining room to offer a vigorous defense of his decision to end america's longest war. No nation has ever done anything like it in all history. Extraordinary success of this mission was due to the incredible skill bravely and selfless courage. The united states military and our diplomats and intelligence professionals. That was the choice. The real choice between levy escalating. I was not going to extend this forever. War and hours not extending forever exit those asking for third decade of war and afghanistan. I asked what is the vital national interest. It was timed and this war. We will maintain the fight against terrorism. We'd just don't need to fight a groundwater to do it into isis k. We are not done with you yet. This page sketch broad outlines of his foreign policy saying the era of nation building is over. The president also noted. The us would help evacuate the estimated one to two hundred americans still in afghanistan if they want to

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Henri Develops Into Hurricane as It Barrels Toward Northeast

Ask Me Another

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Henri Develops Into Hurricane as It Barrels Toward Northeast

"Re is forecast to make landfall around New York's Long Island tonight or tomorrow. But before that, National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says dangerous storm surge in hurricane conditions are expected in parts of the Northeast US beginning late tonight. Any one of these areas you just have to be ready. And get the winds. You've got the saturated soil. That means you can topple some trees. Big time power outages got to be ready for that, and those trees blocking some of the roads treacherous travel associated with this storm already is on track to be New England's first direct hurricane in three decades.

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Germany Commemorates 60 Years Since Building of Berlin Wall

Mike Gallagher

00:32 sec | Last month

Germany Commemorates 60 Years Since Building of Berlin Wall

"Marking 60 years since the day East, German authorities started building the Berlin Wall where at least 140 people were killed over three decades trying to flee to the West. German President Frank Walter Steinmeier calls its construction the beginning of the end for the communist regime, which claimed at the time at the wall was designed to protect the country from fascism. Berlin Wall stretch 96 miles encircling West Berlin until 1989 when East German authorities reluctantly agreed to open some crossings.

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Politico Highlights Rising Republican Sen. Tim Scott

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last month

Politico Highlights Rising Republican Sen. Tim Scott

"And politico is a very left wing site now and then it gets it right. But more than than now, And it it indicates the kind of Republicans that they like Mitch McConnell, his people leak to politico all the time. That says GOP mega donors flock to Tim Scott Building 2024 Buzz Oracle's Larry Ellison is the biggest name in a group of major Republican donors sending big money to South Carolina Scott It starts off this way. Republican Senator Tim Scott boarded a plane to Hawaii earlier this year to meet with one of the richest people in the world tech titan Larry Ellison. Ellison's remote Lanai Island home owner. I'm jealous. Was well out of the South Carolina senators way. But for Scott, who like the 76 year old Ellison is an outspoken advocate for school choice. Cultivating the mogul has paid dividends. And could help. Propel a 2024 presidential bid. Since last October, Ellison has contributed $10 million to an outside group aligned with the senator. A huge sum even in the Super Pac era, and the business owners biggest known contribution in three decades as a political donor. Scott's Behind the scenes courtship of Allison illustrates how the senator has quietly become a powerhouse fundraiser and a major force within the Republican Party. Scott, the only black Republican in the Senate. Has seen his profile rise since delivering the party's response the President Joe Biden's joint address to Congress in April, It's developing a vast network of small and large dollar donors. That spans his party's ideological spectrum, helping him far outraced Senate colleagues this year. The pro Scott Super Pac Opportunity Matters Fund has drawn support from conservative donors like Richard Gabby, who is bankrolled the likes of former President Donald Trump and Georgia representative Marjorie Tele Green. Scott has also received backing from the party's mainstream

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 Don Friesen   Interview   The Only 2 Time Winner of SF Comedy Competition!    Show #76 - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:49 min | Last month

Don Friesen Interview The Only 2 Time Winner of SF Comedy Competition! Show #76 - burst 1

"Little frightened or in trepidation about getting on stage in the only way to beat that is to keep getting on stage and to start that improv troupe. At usc in the fact that it's still going today is quite a tribute to you. I i'm very proud of that. And i don't take responsibility for the continuity. Because i thought when i left it was over i didn't i wasn't the person who like you know continued the legacy or whatever but Somebody in the troop Kept it going. Or because at the time i was founder and director and i was kind of like the Never the biggest talent in the group. But i would definitely the driving force. Yeah the power behind the movement. What's the name of that Improv group it can need interrupts really. That's a great name. Yeah which. I didn't come up with either but we yeah was a great name And they've they've had like they've had famous alums and Several snl alums and Then improve definitely become much more famous than i ever than i ever was starting out so well but still even sure i could if i auditioned for them. I'm nitric getting really good. I don't know about that. But i think that You still get the crown for being the guy that started and perpetuated the entertainment form on a campus. That's business oriented. I mean that's a very serious collagen to get something like that. Going was not only. I'm sure helpful to get you through your last year of school but it's been helpful apparently for the last three decades to other students

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These Capitol Police Officers Give Law Enforcement a Bad Name

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | Last month

These Capitol Police Officers Give Law Enforcement a Bad Name

"Doubt that tears were shed over january. Six i'm not trying to minimize that but wait a minute after your testimony on capitol hill as as a capital police officer. You're going to sit down with donald. Lemon and trash talk cnn. I is that kind of typical behavior of law enforcement. let's get. let's get john's perspective. Who i understand has been an officer for over three decades. Is that true policemen for thirty three years. John yes thank you for calling us. Tell me a little bit about what your reaction is. What you're seeing fell a law enforcement do on cnn and msnbc yesterday all these four guys. In my opinion they're They're playing to the democratic party. They got their own agenda They're looking for payout. Maybe maybe harry dunn's going to become a cnn contributor. john. Yeah i mean the I've been last letter. Riots and i know a lot of guys been hurt and that one of them acted like any one of these four guys. This is this is totally ridiculous. You know i got a brain traumatic brain injury. And i'm gonna be off he's looking for a payout he Suda city suda The capital. I don't know what is agenda is what i know. You want a bad mouth them but me being a policeman. I can bad mouth. I'm giving everybody a bad

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Quentin Tarantino Admits This Challenged Him Creatively More Than Anything

Direct from Hollywood

00:46 sec | Last month

Quentin Tarantino Admits This Challenged Him Creatively More Than Anything

"Quentin tarantino. Is one of the most celebrated screenwriters of generation but he's just released his very first novel three decades into his career novella based on his movie once upon a time in hollywood that greatly expands the story and characters and even though quinn's comfortable behind keyboard with whatever he writes he does admit making the transition from screen to book was challenged he tells deadline. Screenplays are really easy for me. I'm not saying. I don't work hard. I really work hard. But i know how to do it writing a novel. A piece of prose wasn't necessarily hard but it wasn't easy. I've never done it before. It was different than what i've been doing before. I've been writing these quasi novels as my screenplays but a quasi novel is not the same thing as a novel. Quinton says in the he still plans to retire from directing after his next film but hasn't decided exactly what that project will beat his novella. Once upon a time in hollywood is out. now

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UK Plans to End Prosecutions for Northern Ireland 'Troubles' Crimes

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

UK Plans to End Prosecutions for Northern Ireland 'Troubles' Crimes

"The British government plans to end prosecutions for northern Ireland's troubles crimes officials want to introduce a statute of limitations for alleged crimes committed during decades of violence in Northern Ireland the movement and prosecutions the killings committed by both British soldiers and members of militant groups the country's Northern Ireland secretary has told lawmakers the statute would apply equally to all troubles related incidents more than three thousand five hundred people died during the three decades of violence known as the troubles most of them civilians Charles the last month London

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Cubans Denounce ‘Misery’ in Biggest Protests in Decades

BBC World Service

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Cubans Denounce ‘Misery’ in Biggest Protests in Decades

"BBC News With Neil Nunes, the Cuban authorities have confronted thousands of people who marched through the streets of major cities in the biggest anti government protests in three decades. President Miguel Diaz Canel said the protests were a provocation by mercenaries

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Environmental Racism is Real

Tamarindo

02:27 min | 3 months ago

Environmental Racism is Real

"Are going to talk about environmental justice and along with that environmental racism and which describes the fact that people of color and low income people are most likely to be situated in your sources of contamination and away from clean water air and soil so research by the la times finds that in the us. The best predictor of whether you live near hazardous waste site is the color of your skin. That is wild but not surprising right. This is america so now from not far from where i live here in the very latin next community vernon here in los angeles families have been waiting for over three years to have lead contamination. Cleaned out of their community. Contamination came from the exile plant which melted down. Used lead acid car batteries. You don't want that in your backyard. But that's what these families had in their backyard which state regulators had allowed to operate on a temporary permit for more than three decades so state regulators like thirty. But you keep doing it. And then they kept letting them do it for over thirty years. It's crazy right. And what can i tell you. More about this. Despite history of air pollution and hazardous waste violations. They were still continued to operate ex. Able to operate it. California health department analysis found that nearly three hundred children under six years old living near exide have elevated blood lead levels in two thousand twelve. We've known this for a while. The last year the plant was in full operation in twenty twenty. A court allowed exide to walk away from its clean up responsibilities leaving us the taxpayers with the bill to clean this up and i wanted to echo this example or highlight these example because a heard of exits. Its own backyard but too because you see the failures of the government time and time again in airing on the side of corporations and this is an example of environmental racism at play and unfortunately as a nation points out this is. There's nothing you this has been happening for decades and decades and a few insights here about specifically about the us fifty six percent of the population. You're toxic waste. Sites are people of color. People of color have thirty eight percent higher nitrogen dioxide exposure compared to white people. There are two times more likely to live without potable water and modern sanitation and ninety five percent of people of color that have claims against polluters denied by The environmental protection

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No More Noise: Turning Down the Volume on Cities

WSJ The Future of Everything

01:44 min | 3 months ago

No More Noise: Turning Down the Volume on Cities

"During the pandemic open outdoor spaces like parks became even more essential on top of being the usual place for quiet. Walk to commune with nature. People were spending a lot more time outdoors and those who live near green spaces especially in urban areas appreciated them even more like the park surrounding the jamaica plain section of boston. We have probably more greenspace than any other neighborhood in boston. This is dr martha karsh share. She's a retired family medicine specialist. Who's lived in this jamaica. Plain neighborhood for more than three decades. We've got to make a pond. We've got the arboretum. We boarder franklin hark on. We have a wonderful forest hill cemetery which is beautiful It's a nice place to live. If you don't have a lot of disposable income you live in a three decker or one of those little tiny row houses the greenspace makes for an idyllic urban rest spent right car share says. Franklin park has become anything but sitting at boston. Leaders are looking for peace in franklin park new tonight. Take a look at this video near franklin park. It is a wild scenes like this that have people living in that area raising concerns about safety. There's been groups of up to a hundred dirt bikes motorbikes. Atv's motorized trikes. They care around inside the park and the noise is terrible.

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House Speaker Pelosi Criticizes Federal Judge Overturning California’s Ban on Assault Weapons

Prosper

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

House Speaker Pelosi Criticizes Federal Judge Overturning California’s Ban on Assault Weapons

"Others in California and across the country to a federal judge's ruling overturning the state's three decade old ban on assault weapons. Federal judge Roger Bennett has compared the AR 15 to a Swiss army knife, allowing it a perfect combination of home defense weapon and homeland defense equipment. Speaker Nancy Pelosi. How we face the families who have lost their loved ones to gun violence. We have a judge saying that kind of an automatic weapon is the equivalent of a Swiss army knife. Something is very wrong. California Attorney General

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Federal Judge Overturns California’s Ban on Assault Weapons

AM 970 The Answer Programming

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Federal Judge Overturns California’s Ban on Assault Weapons

"Federal judge has overturned California's three decade old ban on assault weapons ruling It violates the constitution. It is ruling, the U. S district judge wrote. Like the Swiss Army knife, the popular A ar 15 rifle is a perfect combination of home defense weapon and homeland defense equipment. He says the state's definition of illegal military style rifles unlawfully deprives law abiding Californians of weapons commonly allowed in most other states and by the Supreme Court. He also said murdered by knife occurs

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U.S. Judge Overturns California’s Ban on Assault Weapons

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

U.S. Judge Overturns California’s Ban on Assault Weapons

"A federal judge overturned California's three decade old ban on assault weapons ruling on Friday it violates the constitutional right to bear arms it is ruling the U. S. district judge wrote like the Swiss army knife the popular A. R. fifteen rifle is a perfect combination of home defense weapon and homeland defense equipment he says the state's definition of a legal military style rifles unlawfully deprived law abiding Californians of weapons commonly allowed in most other states and by the Supreme Court he also said murder by knife occurs seven times more often than murder by rifle governor Newsom said in a statement the comparison to a Swiss army knife is a slap in the face to the families who lost loved ones to these assault rifles and the state says it will appeal the ruling I'm Julie Walker

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Remembering the Tiananmen Square Crackdown

NEWS 88.7 Programming

01:44 min | 3 months ago

Remembering the Tiananmen Square Crackdown

"Which came 32 years ago today, when hundreds possibly thousands, died when China's Communist Party had used the People's Liberation Army to put a bloody end to the student led pro democracy protests. 1989. The date is always a flashpoint and nowhere is this more sensitive than the restive region of Hong Kong. Already a prominent pro democracy activist, Xiao Hong Kong, has been arrested by police there for promoting unauthorized assembly. The authorities say this year's event has been banned due to covid social distancing restrictions. Hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong residents would normally packed Victoria Park in a late night vigil. The BBC's Danny Vincent has this report from Hong Kong. For more than three decades. Ivy lie has marked every anniversary of the June 4th crackdown. She keeps copies of newspaper articles from that day under her bed, she does not forget. Hong Kong is the only place on Chinese soil that officially commemorates those that died in 1989. When the Army opened fire on pro democracy protesters. It's murder. It's a bloody massacre of Tiananmen Square. This year, the police have banned an annual visual marking the day they threatened to imprison anyone who defies covid 19 restrictions. Ivy becomes emotional at the thought of not being able to attend. Activists believe the pandemic is being used as an excuse to silence dissent. That the which, over the years I think that not being able to go to Victoria Park, Hong Kong people will be very upset. Yeah.

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"more than three decades" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"more than three decades" Discussed on WTOP

"For more than three decades, CBS Steve Dorsey ceremony in the rotunda moved members of Congress to tears as they honor their late colleague, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Through it all, John was a person of greatness. He also was a person of great humility. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke about Lewis's tireless mission as a peacemaker, sparking home of racial equality. John Lewis moved And worked with urgency because the task was urgent Lewis will lie in state at the Capitol East Front steps through Tuesday night for a public viewing amid Corona virus restrictions. Steve Dorsey CBS News Capitol Hill earlier, the hearse carrying Lewis passed by the Lincoln Memorial, the Martin Luther King Junior Memorial and Black Lives Matter Plaza near the White House. Raising hopes for a Corona virus vaccine. By the end of the year, the biotech company Moderna launched Phase three of its vaccine testing, which will involve about 30,000 Americans. CBS's Dr David Vegas. This is exciting. In that half the people received saltwater and half the people received. A vaccine is initiated. And then we're gonna follow those individuals as they get their second shot and then follow them to see who gets the virus versus not Coben, 19 has now killed nearly 148,000 Americans. California's a hot spot governor Gavin Newsom. Tests continue to rise in the state. Total number of people tested positive continues to rise in this state and number of lives lost, continues now to rise again. To Major league baseball games or cancel tonight because more than a dozen players and staffers of the Miami Marlins test positive for the virus manager Don Mattingly gonna have to be adjustable. We're gonna have to be flexible with expectations were going to do with a lot..

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"more than three decades" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"more than three decades" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Apologies for the deaths of American service people in Afghanistan the White House tell it this is just the latest in a series of trump Russia lies told by the times there was not a consensus among the intelligence community and and fax there were dissenting opinions within the intelligence community and it would not be elevated to the president's hello is verified he was not personally briefed on the matter that is all I can share with you today well the president denied the times report that he had been briefed on the intelligence some Republicans like Illinois congressman Adam Kinzinger are demanding a response to Russia reading this on Twitter the president needs to immediately expose and handle this and stop Russia's shadow war boxes Kevin Corke ten Democrat lawmakers are scheduled to be briefed on the reports that the White House on Tuesday Google says it has removed misleading ads targeting Americans looking for information on how to vote in November some of the ads charged fees for registering people to vote others surreptitiously gathered personal information for marketing purposes a federal appeals court in Madison has overruled a federal judge who had struck down many of the voting restrictions in Wisconsin the appeals court has restored rules limiting early voting among other things the judges did find that electronic transmission of absentee ballots is unconstitutional former police officer Joseph deangelo will spend life in prison with no parole after pleading guilty to being California's Golden State killer he is the real life version of Hannibal Lecter Sacramento county DA Anne Marie Schubert the Golden State killer was blamed for thirteen murders and dozens of rapes more than three decades ago America this is listening to fox news and I heart radio original podcast October sixteenth nineteen seventy two to congressman Porter small plane in Alaska and disappear despite a massive search there never found the case goes cold until a young reporter named John wall's act starts digging what he finds is one of the strangest stories you never did he indicate what was in the suitcase he said it was a.

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"more than three decades" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

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"more than three decades" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"more than three decades" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"more than three decades" Discussed on Little Atoms

"Those books are every bit as literary as his so called literary books. These books feel that way too in actually your question touches upon the way in which I see them as literary because as an art form fiction. It's a temporal art form. It exists in time. And it's about human beings and their feelings. I mean, those are elements that are integral to fiction as moving his to dance and form and color or painting, and any Buddhist will tell you, and it's one of the great truth of their religion as human beings with feelings on planet, or you can't exist for thirty seconds of time without desiring, something and my favorite word in. This regard is is yearning and this I teach this. I teach creative writing in the states and in graduate programs have more than three decades. And those who come to me trying to be literary writers, I have to mind them that that's what this art form is about the plot. For example, the simple yearning challenged toward it. And I have a kind of unified field theory of urinating for literary work. If you dig deep enough into any work of literary fiction, that's central characters yearning the thing that's driving the plot Ford, if that's plots linear or convoluted, whatever it is the thing that's driving plot. In almost all literary books. Is that the character years for a self urine for an identity urines for a place in the universe? And indeed that's true. Because it's it's it's what life is about in literature. Tries to go down to essence of the human condition and all of us every morning we wake up and we look in the mirror, and whether it's a real mirror virtual on whether we realize we're looking or we're doing unawares, we look at Amir and go who the hell are you is the great who the hell am, I the drives all of us in our days? All the flash points of culture race gender. Religion, ethnicity, politics nationality. Sexual preference. Whatever take a half step back from them. And they all they are all prefabricated answers for that question. So your question goes straight to the heart of of Cobb and the literary nece what he is a spy as the actor is a war correspondent, he is all these things and trying to figure out how to make those fit together. So you venom. Veteran. I am a reporter will respondents had some intelligence services as well. Yes. I was how these things feed into the well, that's the other thing. Yes. This book is in some ways Cobb characters fits the outline of myself than many others as you said, I was account intelligence special agent in the army in Vietnam. So I went to war. I was birthed in intelligence for almost fifteen years was an investigative business journalist for ten of those. I was the editor twelve of them. I was the editor in chief of business newspaper investigative paper in the energy field. This big publishing company after worked for them for three years. They gave me a desk in a blank check and sit invent a newspaper for us to come to terms with the mid seventies energy crisis and in. So I was a, you know, and it was an investigative paper. And we allow. A lot of serious news in so all those elements of my own self combined to bring out Cobb. Indeed. I'd go back to Graham Greene. Again, who once said, and I'm paraphrasing because you can't remember the quote, but for reasons that'll be immediately parrot. He said all good novelists have bad memories. He says what you remember comes out his journalism, which you forget goes into the compost of the imagination. And so my compost heap were my characters come from reshaping and reforming out of that compost heap. That is everything I've ever done in my life Cobb draws on a lot of stuff that I can look back and say, well, I can see where he's coming from those are the places they're all famous rockstar wall. Cars pundits and southeast Asia in the late night. Sixties nine seventy s why the fast world one well, go back to Richard Harding Davis. This was this was a major character who I've very interested in. He wrote some novels in the early twentieth century. They were even bigger Rockstars in the teams of the twentieth century because in nineteen fourteen in one thousand nine hundred eighteen period. It's before movies. They were just in their infancy..

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"more than three decades" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"more than three decades" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

"Mcconnell had spent more than three decades in the party establishment earning a reputation as a dealmaker and fixer susan davis senator wants joe to me that if you had to call a friend and needed to bury a body mitch mcconnell is the friend that you would call who would help you and never bring it up again but might need a favor from you years down the line but with only a razor thin majority in the senate mcconnell was struggling to keep the repeal bill alive the crucial vote john mccain jonathan martin new york times keep in mind this is basically true years to the month after president trump had criticized mccain's pow's status and suggests that he was not a hero because he was captured recently diagnosed with brain cancer arcane had returned to the senate for the vote every time he saw it was like dino you're gonna vote do you know you're gonna vote and he was grouchy and grout cheers the day went on his he sometimes gets and he just said stay tuned a senate is scheduled to vote on the latest version of the dole came down to one vote on one month at one thirty in the morning cave it was the most dramatic night on the senate floor i had seen in all my years up there mr brass the votes ticking away the votes ticking away and mckean's on the floor mister bloom he's not voting lisa deja down he saw mitch mcconnell looking more and more unhappy as arms are closed and you could tell from the body language on the republican side that they were very worried.

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"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Our strong in their loud and they need to be loud because we have had too many too many of these situations happen and we you know we should have fixed this problem twenty years ago after columbine and we didn't iran in diane i'm sure i'm sorry that you share this bonn but i'm glad you you have each other and you're there for others as well thank you for talking with us thank thank again montana anderson coming up next more perspective on the renewed calls as you heard tonight from congressman master ban or fifteen style rifles will get an up close look at the actual disc destruction a rifle does uh rightful like that does too from someone who has seen it up close on the battlefield gary there is no foreseeable outcome where you survive from executive producer olin rodgers of the lord commander researching the galaxy wherever you go you'll find you had executive producer conan o'brien he will not make it you almost got us killed gary then we're even vinyl space a new series monday's on pbs or watch anytime on demand we had a spirited discussion last week in this program about air fifteen style guns weapons originally designed for use on the battlefield but used to take seventeen lives in parkland florida we were talking about them because these shootings with they are fifteen style of rifles have become so frequent in part of the lexicon of mass shootings that there's not really an understanding of what they really do or how powerful weapon it is so we want us to take a closer look our fifteen style rifles were also used in machinations in las vegas at a church in texas and in aurora colorado movie theater and its sandy hook elementary school according to the nra more than fifteen million ar fifteen are owned by americans today fans of them like the guns because they're lightweight ease the handle they also seem see them as a symbol of their second amendment rights it's opponents question whether weapons so lethal should even be sold we centre gary teichmann to get an up upclose look at the power of the aar fifteen and here's what he discovered just keep poland this is what it is a are fifteen sounds like.

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"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Amazing because we had moms than parents and students and it was a wide variety from the community coming in and and yvonne spoke to everyone and they were coming up to me later key can you give me what she row which she red kit is it written down um so i've already compiled it and we're sharing that with with those who who wanted a cause little things that people were gone oh my god and i feel that way oh she's helping me i really needed that so yes it was amazing that she came to help us i hope she comes again a red one thing him on that you said that you said that if there ever was a teachable moment this is the definition of the teachable moment i'm wondering in what way which snia what's unique about this moment it we have students at stone men douglas that are that are using their voices to ask for help from the their lawmakers in from the adults in our country and and they are articulate and they are powerful and they are smart and they are strong and they are asking for help it's really a perfect moment for the adults to rise to the occasion and specifically are lawmakers and show them that we can solve this problem of gun violence the students are asking us to solve the problem that's really really what i what i think is is important here you know the students at sandy hook school were too young to be able to articulate their fears and and they're they're hopes for solving this issue but the students at stone men douglas are are not letting go of this they.

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"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"I don't want to say how to get past this but had to get through this well we we did talk a lot about that because the process of recovery is very complex it looks different for everyone i immediately felt after um you know hearing about would been at diana's school that i just had to go and be with her and and make myself available in case any teachers wanted to talk about what they had just gone through so it's it's powerful in meaningful to gather together with other survivors of gun violence unfortunately there are more and more of us and the numbers are growing all the time you're diana has that has that help to it has tremendously she flew in right away and i really did need her i mean i was like well you don't have the come but she did and i was really glad she did because i thought of myself as an understanding person but now i'm even more understanding because everyone is handling this differently i couldn't speak i was more frozen those those first few days i didn't want to eat it was it was scaring me so course i went to the council in which was very helpful which really ended up being hugging and talking with my colleagues but having a von there was wonderful because we you know she she arrived in we went right to what qian's service of she was with me there and i did need her and we talked and talked and she did help me she continues to help mean we did a we we had an event um that was the outreach from every town and that was.

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"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

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"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Bye by noting the time line here that in fact the fbi open their counter intelligence investigation in july 2016 seven weeks before the fbi team got access to that steel dossier so it's a credible rebuttal on that point the other key point of the republican memo was that when the fbi was seeking a warrant to surveilled carter page at trump campaign aide that i know you spoken to that it did not reveal to the court that the dossier had democratic money backing it had a partisan backing to it the democratic memo says that's not true look at the warrant in fact they made the court aware that the dossier had a partisan backing show a credible attempt to rebut those of course if you talk to republicans they'll say not all the details are in there but but but taken together it it certainly raises questions about the central claims from the republican member tim should appreciate the update thanks connecticut congressman jim huh sms is a member of the house intelligence committee someone has been on the inside through the months the russia investigation i spoke to him just before air congressman can you just confirm that hope picks is expected to appear before your committee reportedly as early as tomorrow we do expect her to come before the committee tomorrow morning s do you expect her to invoke executive privilege in the same way that that steve bannon did well it's a little bit of a mystery anderson because on different people who have worked for the white house at different times have approached this differently so steve bannon obviously uh invoked executive privilege in in an extraordinarily broadway including going back to the transition we had other people who worked in the white house before the committee who did not and who answered questions about their time in the white house so again now we'll we'll we'll see we'll see what happens tomorrow morning hope picks has obviously been at the at the epicentre of a lot of the activity both in the transition during the campaign and also obviously the white house or their particular areas of of questioning that you hope to be of laskar well.

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"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Bye by noting the time line here that in fact the fbi open their counter intelligence investigation in july 2016 seven weeks before the fbi team got access to that steel dossier so it's a credible rebuttal on that point the other key point of the republican memo was that when the fbi was seeking a warrant to surveilled carter page at trump campaign aide that i know you spoken to that it did not reveal to the court that the dossier had democratic money backing it had a partisan backing to it the democratic memo says that's not true look at the warrant in fact they made the court aware that the dossier had a partisan backing show a credible attempt to rebut those of course if you talk to republicans they'll say not all the details are in there but but but taken together it it certainly raises questions about the central claims from the republican member tim should appreciate the update thanks connecticut congressman jim huh sms is a member of the house intelligence committee someone has been on the inside through the months the russia investigation i spoke to him just before air congressman can you just confirm that hope picks is expected to appear before your committee reportedly as early as tomorrow we do expect her to come before the committee tomorrow morning s do you expect her to invoke executive privilege in the same way that that steve bannon did well it's a little bit of a mystery anderson because on different people who have worked for the white house at different times have approached this differently so steve bannon obviously uh invoked executive privilege in in an extraordinarily broadway including going back to the transition we had other people who worked in the white house before the committee who did not and who answered questions about their time in the white house so again now we'll we'll we'll see we'll see what happens tomorrow morning hope picks has obviously been at the at the epicentre of a lot of the activity both in the transition during the campaign and also obviously the white house or their particular areas of of questioning that you hope to be of laskar well.

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"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Sixty breaking news in the russia investigation involving one of the president's closest confidants white house communications director hope hicks sources telling cnn she is scheduled to go before the house intelligence committee tomorrow she was initially supposed to appear last month but her testimony was delayed by questions about whether she could discuss the presidential transition her time of the white house joining us now with more seen in cheap national security correspondent jim shudo so what are we learning about hopheads well she's a key witness she's she was with the president during the campaign through the transition and do the administration so able to in theory answer questions on a whole host of aspects of robert muller's and the house intelligence committee's investigation into russian meddling in the election the key question is what questions is she going to be willing to answer tomorrow because that point that issue that you raised anderson still has not been sell it's not clear we spoke to the ranking democrat on the house intelligence committee today adam schiff it and he is uncertain if she's going to answer questions you'll remember that steve bannon the president's four chief strategist when he was up in the same setting he refused to answer many questions citing in effect the white house claim of executive privilege is giving some leeway from answering questions about that conversations with the president about the administration at cetera so we don't know what will happen tomorrow will she go there will she answer most questions or or refused to answer most questions one thing i should note is that the intelligence committee is still intending to issue a contempt order to steve bannon for refusing to answer those questions you could imagine they would do the same to hope picks if she refused as well the house democrats meme obviously was released this weekend just talk a little bit about what was in it so here's the the two essential claims of the republican memo notice the nunez memo the came out a number of weeks ago was one that the the fbi's investigation into the trump campaign ties with russia was based principally or entirely on this steal dossier which had democratic money behind it on that issue the democratic memo attempts to rebuff.

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"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Very strong on the gun rights issue very strong all on trying to push forward some type of gun restrictions and asked him plainly do you think anything is actually going to happen right now he looked at me and just shook his head said no he understands where things are right now and there's not a lot of optimism that anything's going to come out of this even that smaller bore background checks bill anderson incrementally thanks very much more now the question of regulating fighter arms arming teachers and what if anything can pass the congress which seems to be the one question that comes up after every such tragedy joining us now is florida republican congressman a decorated war veteran brian mass to recently called for a flat a ban on a or 15 style rifles congressman thanks so much for being with us i'm wondering what do you make of this news that the president appears to be backing away from raising the age limit to by any kind of a gun to 21 i don't think you should be backing away from this issue at all i think he needs to be leading on this issue he needs to show the american people what he said today that he's not going to be beholden to anybody had lead members of congress indeed members of the senate that same waste show the american people what they all hate about washington dc thinking that people here are purchased by different lobbies that were not lead the american people to that conclusion that were not purchased by anybody show in his meeting today the governor is the president told them that the nra is on their side do you think that's true i think we find ourselves at odds on a great number of issues but they represent people that need to have their opinions heard as well the lawabiding gun owning citizen that just wants to go out there and have that opportunity to hunt to go and protect their home and the way that they see fit to be a collector they have to be represented as well and that's their piece of this you've taken a stand i understand you change your mind on on assaulttype weapons i'm wondering a what led you to that change was it this latest shooting and what do you say to.

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"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Yeah edison to put it plainly after talking to lawmakers and aids over the course of the last couple of hours people are all over the map right now in a debate that this complex this impassioned in terms of where both sides come down that's not necessarily a great recipe for a result just take kind of the issues right now that are out there there's already been democrat set of introduced an assault weapons ban that doesn't have the votes to go forward the past votes on universal background checks even though the president has kind of ambiguously implied that perhaps that something he'd back that doesn't have the votes the idea of raising the age for purchased for long guns from eighteen to twenty one that doesn't have the votes to move forward even the smallbore items anderson that stalled out tonight it's a background checks bill known as a fix next bill now this is an expansion of background checks what it does basically is incentivize state and federal agencies to comply with existing law well senate republicans tried to move that quickly tonight with no debate and republicans objected to moving that quickly democrat said they worked for that either they want a fuller debate a wider debate and more expansive debate so where does that actually leave things right now well i talked to one house republican aden houses in a very different place right now them the senate is on this anderson he told me people think this time is different with you talk to members of our conference the reality is when it comes to guns it's not anderson this bill on background checks i mean does it seem you would have enough support to pass it definitely has enough support to pass the senate it's just a matter of getting through the logistical hurdles i guess if you will the big question is would it have the support to pass the house the house has actually already pass this bill but they paired it with concealed carry reciprocity essential if you have a permit to conceal and carry an estate you'd be able to take that over state lines into another state that allows concealed carry for democrats in the senate that's a nonstarter for democrats in the house that's a nonstarter so as long as that still has to be paired with even this small bore fix next background check bill.

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"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"I mean it that way and here's what she had to say i think he was just stating that as a leader he would've stepped in and hopefully been able to help as a number of the individuals that were in the school the coach and other adults in even a lot of their students stepped up and helped protect other students i think the point he was making is that he would've wanted to have played a role in that as well trained in firing a weapon that trained in using a handgun a firearms okay i don't think that was the point he was making he was saying that he would be a leader and would want to take a courageous action and a lot of the individuals that helped protect others that day weren't carrying firearms which i think shows that you can be helpful in that process without it and we should went on into such as she never really answer the question whether the president is trained to use a firearm uh but on another front we should also note our sources are telling us tonight that the president and this white house they are committed to doing something on this issue and that we should see us a movement towards the strengthening the background check system uh talk to a source uh up on capitol hill this evening who said that uh they feel that that is something that can get done and one other idea that was floated anderson that i thought was interesting uh that is there is some talk among lawmakers and some of that may be happening over here as well that they might give tax credits away to retire military and law enforcement to provide security in schools that is one of the issues that they're talking about one of the ideas that they're talking about that obviously will not be enough for those students and a parking lot of parents across the country anderson tim costs of appreciate it now the action and congress or lack of it depending on whom we ask tens phil manningly has the latest on that side of the story does it seem feel like there is an appetite for change on the hill especially the republican side.

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"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"more than three decades" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"In addition everything else in addition do what we're going to do about background checks were gonna go very strong into age age you purchase and here's what he said on thursday i mean we're talking about rules and regulations for purchasing talking about changing in age from eighteen to twenty one we're talking about common sense and it's a great thing and the nra will will back at i really feel very confident the nra will back it and so will congress and so will the senate will he said that even though the nra had already put out a statement saying they do not and would not back yet and last thursday night in the broadcast we raise the question about whether he actually would take them on or bend to their will but since thursday he's gone silent about raising the age nothing on twitter nothing on camera including nothing today to those governors and we don't know what he said to the nra leaders when he met with him yesterday fact we didn't even know the meeting took place until after the fact it was kept off the schedule the white house puts out every day today white house press secretary sarah sanders dismissed the idea that the white house was hiding the meeting suggesting is part of the president's listening face well he definitely seems to be listening to the nra because even as he goes so silence on the thing he promised on wednesday to quote go very strongly on he is still pushing which seems to be his and the nra's preferred response arming teachers not all teachers he says just some i want highly trained people that have a natural talent like hitting a baseball or hitting a golf ball or putting how come some people always make the fourfooter.

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