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Fresh update on "morning" discussed on Morning Edition
"To energize his political base For instance chapter says talks aimed at addressing turkey's worries about the country's joining NATO were already underway in private when Erdoğan suddenly decided to go public And I think a bunch of things are going on here One is that turkey has a love and hate relationship with Europe and turkey's public loves a good fight with Europe Jeff and I says on one level turkey has a legitimate complaint about countries like Sweden allowing political and fundraising activities on its soil that accuracies as benefiting the PKK or other militant groups But he also suggests that on another level this could be Erdoğan's way of seeking a quid pro quo from Washington For example turkey has tried for years to purchase American fighter jets thus far to no avail I wonder if this is also president Erdoğan's way of saying to President Biden Hey please call me We can settle this I will let the suites come into NATO If you move forward my request to purchase F-16s through the U.S. Senate Whatever the outcome he says being seen to stand up to the U.S. and Europe will help burnish Erdoğan's reputation at home as he prepares for a reelection campaign in the coming year Peter kenyon and PR news Istanbul More than a million people have died from COVID-19 in this country So many of these deaths happened in hospital rooms witnessed by those at the bedside often nurses They have seen this tremendous loss up close and piers will stone brings us some of their reflections There's not a whole lot that can surprise Mary mills She's been a nurse working in the ICU for 40 years It's a career that started with the HIV aids pandemic and is now coming to a close with the coronavirus This was sort of beyond anything I would have expected I was proud to be there to do my part but I'm tired I think I'll let the younger kids do the next pandemic Mills has been here in Seattle caring for COVID-19 patients since the very beginning of the pandemic That lightness even a touch of humor and her voice it's her way of lifting some of the darkness and exhaustion of being around so much loss the past few years It just kept going and so many people died And in my case you know tons and tons of people way younger than me Mill says it was sometimes hard to even remember what it was like caring for people who did get better Those early days of the pandemic were filled with fear and sorrow But mill says over time that turned to disbelief Death isn't the hard part as much as unnecessary death People who refuse to take the virus seriously who wouldn't get vaccinated even after hundreds of thousands had already died Mill says nothing prepared her for some of those patients We lost young pregnant mothers We lost.
Buffalo supermarket at center of deadly shooting a community lifeline
"18 year old white man accused of fatally shooting ten black people at a buffalo supermarket is scheduled to appear in court Peyton gendron who live streamed his deadly supermarket shooting from a helmet camera before surrendering to police Will appear in an eerie county courtroom this morning before a buffalo city judge Last week his court appointed lawyer entered a not guilty plea on murder charges shortly before the attack last Saturday gendron posted writings to online discussion groups detailing his plans and his racist motivations authorities are investigating the possibility of hate crime or terrorism charges all but two of his 13 alleged victims were black The reverend Al sharpton is expected to speak at the funeral for deacon Hayward Patterson on Friday
Fresh update on "morning" discussed on Morning Edition
"A red county Forsyth to Mark This is NPR news This is listeners reported WNYC coming up on morning edition A U.S. special adviser met virtually with Mexico's president to try to smooth out tensions after the president threatened to skip the summit of the Americas if it excludes Cuba Venezuela and Nicaragua We'll have more on that story later this hour Then at 9 it's the BBC NewsHour on 93.9 FM the World Food Program on the potential catastrophe of disruption in Ukraine WNYC is supporters include Brooklyn museum presenting Andy Warhol revelation and exhibition which explores the artist's lifelong relationship with his spirituality limited tickets are available now at Brooklyn museum dot org on view through June 18th This spring WNYC is.
How the Heck Did Chris Stigall Lose 90 Pounds?
"Let's reach out to the man that keeps Philadelphia seen every single morning. A.m. 9 90s, the answer we call him crystal, but I'm not sure he is because I see this svelte individual is fit individual. He doesn't have the COVID extra 30 pounds. Is that really Chris? Brother, it is. It's me 90 less these days. I've got it. I'm trying to show off. I'm trying to strutting around the world. I went to a awards ceremony last night and people said, you look good. Yeah, 26 pounds. That's how good I look. And then you say yes. A small man on you like I was. I mean, I was a husky fella, you know that. You had, you know, you got what, a couple of pounds to lose. And you look great. I was, I was getting into that sort of, I don't know. You could have had a guy wires attached to me and entered me in as afloat in the Macy's day parade. I was getting that size. All right, before we talk about disgusting things like politics, let's share our happiness at what we've both done. I'm the amateur, you're the pro. I did this with amazing woman doctor Ashley Lucas at PhD weight loss and nutrition. My wife and I, 5 weeks, 26 pounds for me, 18 for her with super happy guys if you're interested, I'll give you the details later. How the hell did you lose 90 pounds, dude? I mean, I could plug him if you want me to. Yes, he's also a waiter. That's true. All right. His next doctor Rick tagg, TA GUE, doctor Rick tag at a place called the center for nutrition. And my old stomping grounds and my kind of original hometown of the Kansas City metro area. Doctor tig is spectacular. He put me on a weight loss program and I dropped 90 pounds from January to October of last
Fresh update on "morning" discussed on Morning Edition
"Yourself as joining a Republican effort to push back the other way and say that a diverse county can also be a Republican county at some point Definitely I don't think diversity means Democrats What makes you a Republican I've always had conservative values I've grown up in charge but also economically I think Republican policies work I believe in hard work I don't think that just giving out money by the government is the way to go Sue Hong is not among Republicans repeating lies about a stolen election She's a lawyer and says she sees no proof She didn't engage when we asked about right-wing figures who demonize foreigners Tucker Carlson of Fox News promotes replacement theory an idea that immigrants somehow dilute the votes of people already here You know I'm not going to interpret what they're saying but for me as a Republican I believe in legal immigration And I think having a diverse country is what makes America great You don't have a lot of sympathy for someone who comes here outside the rules I wouldn't say sympathy but no I mean I think me as an immigrant and we came legally A lot of people wait a long time For example my aunt she waited over ten years to come here legally Sue Hong expects this election to turn less on immigration than inflation I have my mom who's not very political Realizing hey I went to the grocery store today and it's a lot more expensive than before Some immigrants are open to Republican themes and we met some at Plaza Las Americas It's a former big box store This giant space is now a Latin American central square complete with fountain indoors The shops include an insurance store run by alin and Mario zambrano where are you from originally Venezuela and how about you Venezuela Oh Venezuela's so beautiful Their cousins in 2021 voted for Biden and one for Trump What did you like about Microphone held by a producer Nina kravinsky I promise I will not say any dirty words That's okay If you want to say I'm express yourself we can bleep them out later He works in IT and voted for Biden How do you feel about the way he's doing as president Better than a thought I like the way he handled COVID I like that how he's handling Ukraine I'd like to see him get the student loan debt off of my younger Friends He's ready to vote for Democrat Stacey Abrams and for U.S. senator Raphael Warnock We mentioned his neighbor who has no plans to vote at all That's the big fear It's to say it out loud What is the big fan of the big fear is that the storm passes right You don't have to have Trump anymore and then you get apathetic It's a reality about elections nationwide who shows up will decide the outcome this fall Steve I appreciate y'all It's not just the first time anybody's ever asked my damn opinion about anything We're talking with voters in two fast changing Georgia counties Today was gwinnett to blue county and we hear from.
MSNBC Pundit Floats Lies About Republican Males
"The vile, truly vile stuff. They can't defend anything that they've done. Because they ruined education, they ruined the economy. They've ruined the military. They ruin everything they touch. The left. That's the best understanding you can have of the left. They only know how to destroy the latest is how to destroy the Republican Party and America. Sunny deutsch is an exemplar. Here he is. Every night, morning consult polls said that 23% of Republican males are okay with white nationalist white supremacist views. That's one in four Republican males. Okay, one minute, one minute. One in four Republican males is okay with white supremacist views? Who did he say took that pole? Morning consult? Okay, why don't we know any given the number of Republicans we know? Sean is the only white supremacist that I know, and even he's leaving the white supremacy. He is now into Scottish supremacy. He is refined it. White Schmitt, Scott's ah, right? I got you right, exactly. Exactly right. I'm making light of it because it's so sick. One out of four Republicans believes in white supremacy.
Fresh update on "morning" discussed on Morning Edition
"Right Also ibu Patel from interfaith America and your calls on discussing racism with your kids The Brian Lara show at 10 a.m. on WNYC This is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin I'm Leila faldon And I'm Steve inskeep a new election season has arrived Some big state primaries this month are deciding candidates for the fall elections The voting determines control of Congress and of many states It affects how much President Biden can get done and signals how much influence Donald Trump still has So let's hear voters in two counties One red one blue both in the growing suburbs of Atlanta Everyone we're about to hear has the power of the vote and either county is populous enough to decide winners in a big state So we start today in democratic leaning gwinnett county Georgia Wynette county includes norcross an old 19th century town along the railroad freight train still rumble through but the station is now an upscale steakhouse And a farmers market operates in the park What's in the package Tamales Oh that's great I've heard that they're really good but I haven't tried them before I guess I'll have to come over to your house and find out Joan van Lake is one of three dozen Georgians we met in our two counties like most people we encountered in this growing region She's from somewhere else Dallas in her case and loves it here It's like a small town We invited people to say what concerns they have about their communities and Joan van Lake likes it enough that she couldn't come up with anything local My issues are more national honestly Go there What concerns do you have about the direction of the country The big lie And what just came out from the Supreme Court and what the implications of that could be Her answer is.
Will the 2024 Republican Presidential Field Be Trump vs Everybody?
"No, I want to turn to The Washington Post column I have up this morning over at the landing page. Trump hovers, but the numbers of his likely rival grows. I divide would be 2024 people into three bags, ultra maga, maga light, and everybody else. And a few candidates like Ron DeSantis, Tom cotton, Mike Pompeo, Rick Scott, Tim Scott, Ted Cruz. They can do all three of those groups. What do you think about my general categories? Those are people like youngkin and Nikki Haley. And everybody else, Chris Christie, who's coming up next hour and Mike Pence and people like that. Fair enough tax hominy, taxonomy. I think it's a useful text on me. I kind of look at the erasers divided into two candidates or two groups. One is Trump than everybody. Everybody is. Yes, that's true. And so so much rise on what president Trump decides to do in 2024. I think he's leaning toward running at the moment, but that could change. If his president Trump, he likes to change his mind, I am provided. But I think it's important for the other candidates you mentioned here not to be deterred by the prospect of a Trump candidacy. If you really believe that this is your moment, the calling to call has arrived and that you can offer the country a successful presidency, you should run and you should be prepared to run against Donald Trump.
Fresh update on "morning" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Air on Alexa and on the WTO 8 O three Thursday morning May 19th It'll turn mostly sunny for the afternoon and more humid with highs in the low to mid 80s Good morning I'm Bruce Allen And I'm Joan Jones and the top local stories we're following this hour Montgomery county is reimagining its police department from top to bottom and part of that extensive process is considering changes to what police officers wear on the job Montgomery county executive Mark L rich says as the counties enacted police reforms there's also been a discussion about police uniforms The current uniforms are black and elrich says there's a consensus that the current look is in his words intimidating It's something that we ought to do and that will help take some of the intimidation out of the appearance of an officer He says the union that represents sworn officers the fraternal order of police and the department are looking at a change And they're still in the process of deciding on a color for the ranking file police and as well as colors for the management The cost he estimates would run over $1 million Kate Ryan WTO P news Well despite earlier reports Indian had highway and prince George's county is not being renamed Last month governor Larry Hogan signed a law that dedicates the 20 mile stretch of route to ten as scattered away highway But the bill doesn't actually change the name of the road The Maryland Department of Transportation confirms to WTO this morning It's a designation and not a renaming However two signs are scheduled to be put up designating route two ten as piscataway highway in October WTO has reached out to the sponsor of the bill and the governor's office and to the tribe as well It's been a while but tolls could be going up on a major commuter route Today here on the dulles toll road it's three and a quarter at the main toll Plaza and a buck 50 at the ramp for a total of four 75 Starting in January it would be $6 if the proposal is approved by the metropolitan Washington airport's authority This would be the first toll increase since 2019 The extra revenue would help pay for construction of metro silver line as well as maintaining the toll road looking ahead toll road users would expect rate increases of a dollar and a quarter every 5 years On the dulles toll road dialog can stain double TLP news Students in some schools in Anna rundle county where COVID cases are increasing are now being asked to put their masks back on The COVID case rate in Anna rental county has tripled over the past month That uptick has been the focus of our daily conversations and it's why superintendent George our lotto has requesting that all students and staff members wear a mask indoors If at least 5% of their school's population has COVID he says it's not a mandate but mother Bonnie Fitzpatrick has concerns Since the masking went away the kids morale they're very upping It's wonderful to see these smiling faces again She says she's worried that if masks come back The moral is going to get way down Nick aye Nellie WTO P news North Carolina has its outer banks and now we have our own banks Potomac banks is the just unveiled brand name for southeastern fairfax county The area on the banks of the Potomac river is one of the most historically rich in America It includes George Washington's Mount Vernon the national museum of the U.S. Army the workhouse arts center and more the goal of the rebrand is to spread the word about all the things to see and.
Mail in Ballots Could Determine Outcome of PA Primary
"Who's going if you had to bet your house right now? Who's going to be the Republican nominee for the Pennsylvania Senate seat? Oh boy, we go from brown's playoff eyes to an even harder question. What I want to know, I don't mean to duck your question, but literally what we are trying to figure out this morning is how many mail in ballots need to be counted. And my answer depends on when we can get that question answered. Because McCormick has been leading mehmet Oz in the mail in ballots by about 9 points. So there's the potential there if there's enough of them that he could overtake on that. But we're trying to nail down how many there are. And there's a great idea. What's the minimum number of them that are out there, do you think? So what we think is what, in terms of yesterday morning, we got to count from the state in terms of returned Republican mail in ballots. And as of right now, there are about 20,000 fewer of those counted than there were returned as of yesterday. So I think it's reasonable that there's about 20,000 of those.
Patrick Assalone on the One Thing You Never Sacrifice Financially
"Where do you see a 25 year old? What would you do? That's sort of a loaded question because we don't know their background. Okay. Are they full time? Can they work full time? Right, exactly. Absolutely. And the first thing that I encourage everybody, the 25, the 50 or the 65 year old who's retiring is if you have a job and you're bringing money in, that is number one, you absolutely do not ever sacrifice that for any reason. And if you need to trade to make money right now, I will not sell you a program, and I will not coach you. Because I will not get into that. I won't do it. I can't. Because people, there's enough pressure on you to learn a new skill already. When you, when you put your back up against the wall, it's a losing proposition, and I will not do that. Now, if you've got somebody, I've got several people that work in the restaurant and bar industry. They work at night. They make a great living. They trade in the morning. They stay up, they trade a few hours in the morning, they're gone. They go to sleep, they come back. Over and over and over again. If you are working a 9 to 5 job, we have our classrooms at night, we teach you how to do it at night. You can absolutely trade in the overnight. Do I suggest you try to stay up all night long now? You can't nobody can do that. I was as close to a T 2000 liquid terminator that there ever was. I used to be able to go days without sleep. I don't suggest that for anybody right now. But you've always got an opportunity for, let's say, the 45 year old, you're budgeting your money, you've got a family, if you are gainfully employed, you stay there. You do not leave. You get everything you can out of your career. And that's the best time in my opinion to learn this because you're not necessarily building your future. You're on your path to your future already. You've got responsibility. You know what to do when you're retired. You have money.
Target Trading Academy's Patrick Assalone on Futures vs. Stocks
"I've done this before with other things because I want people to understand as well. We may be a conservative political. We talk alive. We talk politics, but we also talk finances, and I've had people on about Bitcoin. I've had people on about other things in life, but let's break this down. You made a great distinction I was going to let you make it. And that is that you talk about futures trading as opposed to, you know, what we see right now with what in many ways is the stock market, you know, the average investor out here is chasing an invisible car or a dog that they'll never catch. And it's the investors it's the institutional traders and everything else that are really market this market. Explain the difference in, you know, and you talk about how you could go all day without the stock side. Give us a little bit of a difference. And essentially the reason being is because they're open before the pit session in New York is. So let's say that you were holding a position in the S&P 500 and it's for all intents and purposes at 4500. You wake up the next morning, it's at 45 50. Well, how's that possible? It's because the futures market ran it up. That's how it works, okay? So what you don't know about the futures market is enormous. What you do know is it's a lot safer than just about anything else there is. Now, how does it possibly run up? Well, because the same banks, hedge funds, large financial entities. They're the ones running this market up in the overnight. They're the ones that run it down in the pit session. They're the ones that crash the market. And then you call your broker and your broker says, buy the dip. Which one? How do I know this is the last dip, you don't know that, because they don't know. They have no idea. So what makes us different? I'm not trying to beat the big money. I sort of draw the correlation
It's Better to Count Ballots as They Come In
"We're able to get results so quickly North Carolina is they are counting ballots or the counting votes during the course of the day as they come in Florida does the same thing I think it's a very very good process Pennsylvania does not Pennsylvania waits till voting is over to start counting Now when I was a young guy 1314 years old work in the precincts For my candidates and my party I remember all this And they would sit down both parties and the judge of elections was all very simple and well done We actually did a machines They weren't really electronic machines I guess in some ways they were but you would flip the switches It wasn't software They would actually indent the role of paper whatever it was behind it So they were in effect paper ballots but done in a different way And it worked very very well And at the end of the day when we ended voting at 8 at night I was always there 6 in the morning late at night We had we had our numbers And they were called into the state and that was that With everybody watching nothing complicated No drop boxes not massive amount of early voting There was no early voting As I recall None And the absentee ballots and everybody seemed to be fine then the Democrats destroyed the whole damn thing
It's Election Day in Pennsylvania; Who Holds the Edge?
"Morning, glory, America, don't go high candidate who you at live inside the beltway on this election day in Pennsylvania, Tuesday, may 17th, polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. today in Pennsylvania. I've heard all over the state from Scranton and all the way up in the northern northeastern corner down to Philadelphia. All the way over to Pittsburgh and up to Erie, and I encourage everyone to go and vote for David McCormick for the United States Senate. I also think Lou Bart, let barletta is a much easier to elect candidate. I don't think mister mastriano can win. I know David McCormick can win. I don't think any of the other people can win if you're going to vote for Kathy. Barnett, or Doctor Oz, I think you were throwing your vote away because they can't beat John fetterman. And this election matters so much because if McCormick doesn't get the nomination, we're going to have a very hard time getting the Senate back. In Republican hands and then confirmation of Supreme Court Justices will remain in Chuck Schumer's hands. The opportunity to break the filibuster will remain in Chuck Schumer's hand. It's vitally important to elect David McCormick. The bronze star recipient graduate of West Point grew up outside of Pittsburgh. He built business in Pittsburgh, built jobs in Pittsburgh. He's a Pittsburgh. And so this goes against migraine to say nice things about a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. I mean, steelers forever with McCormick, but Dave McCormick's a great American and when you're a West Point graduate and you receive the bronze star for valor in the 82nd airborne in the first Gulf War, you can trust the character.
93: Find What Tickles the Soul - burst 03
"I think a lot of I think a lot of the, you know, at a certain point, I think we reach a place where, you know, listen, I don't need any more character. Life can take it easy on me now. And so I think I had a lot of the grit again just rural Tennessee and especially rural Tennessee where I was, I mean, I wasn't in the absolute deep, deep, deep, deep, deep Woods, but in the 70s and Tennessee where I was out by Hendersonville and gallatin, not like it is today. There was not a whole lot around. So I had quite a bit of what we would call character building and grid just growing up in a single parent home. By the time I got to Los Angeles, the LA part was just trying to build a career in an exceedingly difficult profession where I didn't have I didn't have any nepotism. I didn't have anything, I didn't show up here with anything on my side for lack of a better phrase. Yeah. Well, national was a totally different city back then in the 70s than it is now. I mean now it's the home and hard of a lot of productions, both movies and radio and television. That was not happening way back then in the same way. Now it's Nash Vegas. First of all, it's the number one bachelorette weekend destination in the south. It's number one, even more so than Atlanta. And number two, I mean, yeah, my mother was a country singer, but there's a very famous train station Alan in Nashville called union station that actually country songs have been written about it. It's beautiful. They refurbished it. When I was in high school, it was boarded up in dilapidated. So yeah, you didn't go past, you didn't go past 20th or 21st street towards first street to downtown. When I was a kid or you were looking for trouble and that would be just past Vanderbilt. So it's a very different city now, yes. Yeah. As I say right now, I mean to Nashville and there are many areas that you would stay out of. I mean, it's a totally grown up city and it's safe. It's prosperous. It's really become uptown. Whereas it used to be a hole to begin with. You are correct. There were distinctly places you did not go. That is correct. And now it is. It's just, it's just blown up in the last 15, 20 years. Unbelievable. Yeah. For sure. So do you remember any stories along the way that you can tell the audience? About that journey? Several of them depends on which ones we can allow on air. No, I think we, when we tend to use the word journey, doctor leica, we, a lot of times, as a country that we're very result oriented and I respectfully understand that certainly as an athlete, your result oriented, taking tests where result oriented, and so when we look at journeys, sometimes we wind up just looking at the end of like, oh my gosh, that person is so and so they've gotten to it doesn't matter what industry it is. And so when I tend to look at some of those years, I tend to look back at some of the moments when I should have looked at myself and gone, what the hell are you doing? And one of the key ones for me would have been what I chose to go to Atlanta for two years. I won an event in New York. And I could have gone to New York, but similarly, New York back then, Manhattan back then is not the Manhattan you see today. I mean, people who have not seen Times Square from a perspective of the early 80s to where it is today, Times Square was a place after one or 2 o'clock in the morning, you would just get killed. And so I had been there and for this event and as a guy who grew up in the rural south and who also was a golfer, I didn't really see myself hanging out in Manhattan trying to haul my sticks on the subway somewhere to go play golf. So I chose Atlanta, but I also went to Atlanta with a very old car, $200 in my pocket, and the only person that knew I was coming was the gal who was to be my agent. So I had to I slept in my car for three days in this abandoned Sears parking lot. That is in really upscale Buckhead at the time. It was just this big abandoned building. And it was kind of downhill and there was behind the building thing and I thought, oh, that seems safe. And I literally slept in my car for three days, and then my agent had a client that was in the catering business. And she had a couple of kids that they had moved out. She was an empty nester. And she was kind of a whack a doodle. She might have been kind of a functioning alcoholic. She was funny. And she didn't live that far down peachtree. And I rented a room from her for $50 a week. For about 6 or 7 months and then one of her neighbors was a lawyer and he knew somebody who worked at this really fancy restaurant downtown and he helped get me a job. And once I had a job for 6 or 7 months, I had enough money to finally move out and get my own place. So that's the beginning of a journey right there. That is the beginning of a journey and how did you get motivated? A lot of things were stacked against you. You know, a lot of things, you know how many actors try and never meet their dreams. How did you stay motivated during that process? You know, that becomes the intriguing part about that question for me, which ironically, I've asked a number of people on my own myself. Is we get into the we go the direction in my opinion of nature versus nurture. And I'm someone who believes, I don't think that it's 50 50 personally as a guy who was almost a psychology double major. I do believe we're a little more nurture than we are in nature personally. I think our environment of how we grow up has a little bit longer lasting effect on us and maybe the nature part of us remains a little more a little more hidden, but not always. I think that the way I grew up with just a sister and a mother who was not home very much and was sort of a latchkey kid who learned a lot on his own and had to grow up pretty fast. I think there was just a nurtured part of me that quitting wasn't really in my vocabulary. I don't know if you want to put words to something like that such as stubborn or cocky or defiant or I don't know. It doesn't much really matter. Even just going to the event that I went to in New York that I won, we didn't have any money for me to go to that. I literally had to go around and raise the money to be able to even go on that trip and when I wanted and that's a trophy that sits right
An Unfortunate Tragedy Before Showtime in Dallas
"We had a just a tragedy that I couldn't share with you on the air because the family didn't know. All the family members weren't notified apparently. But I was in Dallas for I'm still in Dallas one more day here in Dallas, and then I'm flying back to Florida today. After performing in a musical and it was a great success, we had great response. I had a blast, played suitless, finding the app on the way to the forum. The day we opened, which was Thursday, the morning of our opening, our 31 year old production stage manager, a beautiful young woman named Ashley Ashley Schneider, who we all adored. She was just a pro, just wonderful to deal with. Heck, she texted me Wednesday night. Well, she died Thursday morning unexpectedly. And you talk about something that brings a company of 40 or 50 people who are working on a project closer together in grief and shock, I mean, one minute she's with us and laughing and vibrant vibrant and just full of life and her husband of four months. I know, I know. Horrifying. Her husband of four months finds her unresponsive in bed, the morning of our opening. And you talk about a tough thing to go through for these young people in this production and since I was the lead in the show and kind of the anchor of the whole production, the producers actually reached out to me and told me about it early in the day, but they didn't want to tell the cast. Because they were afraid the cast, first of all, they weren't able to confirm it exactly. It's a whole
Who Is the Front Runner in the PA Senate Primary?
"Is Dave McCormick going to be able to win with a closing kick tomorrow in the Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary as I have judged him the only Republican capable of beating John fetterman in the fall. Well, you're right. He is the only candidate to beat fetterman in the poll. I don't know, did you see yesterday to John fetterman have stroke? I did. I saw this morning his comments that he's fully recovered and no mental damage. And that is good news. Yeah, I chatted with, yeah, he's fine. But anyways, so I had thought all along that McCormick would pull it out, even when Trump endorsed Oz, even when Trump came in and held his rally, which had less than a thousand people at it. And but then he went scorched earth on McCormick. And when he went scorched earth on the cormick, Oz rally was used that as an ad in the net drove up McCormick's negatives, which he had barely any that made Barnett run and she rose up last week, like an insurgent candidate tends to do, but I think she peaked Wednesday and started to fall under the scrutiny.
Amanda Wray on Her Case Against the Scottsdale School Board
"I am so pleased to welcome to the show Amanda ray, she is a Scottsdale mom who is now suing the school board for compiling a very, very creepy dossier about her and other parents in that school district who were fighting back against mandates who get CRT against all of the things that we rail about rail against on this show. Amanda ray, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Good morning, Andrew. Well, good morning to you as well. And you're in the Phoenix area. You are, you have chosen to take a bold stand and to fight back, we just had this story that broke this morning that despite assurances from Merrick Garland that parents were not being surveilled. They were not being labeled domestic terrorists or under investigation by the FBI for opposing such things as mandates. We now know that's not true. There's a whistleblower who has come forward and has shared that information with Jim Jordan, congressman Jim Jordan. Out of Ohio, we now know that that's actually happened in dozens of cases. You are a mom that's fighting back. It's very public. There was a whole press conference last week. You were joined by Dylan law group and Charlie Kirk was standing behind you as well. As well, what's going on here? Are you worried that you're on a watch list? You know, at this point, hearing this news, it's shocking, but I guess I wouldn't be surprised. It's amazing to me that what started in August of 2020 when we were just going to board meetings and asking for in person education for our children and to prioritize kids when we knew that they weren't at risk for COVID. We were met with such resistance and come to find out we were being surveilled by a school board member, his father, and there's even evidence that they were colluding with the school district in order to monitor our social media and to track our comments. And appearances aren't everything, but I don't really fit the bill of a domestic terrorist. I don't have a parking ticket on my record. So to be, it sounds outlandish, but I wouldn't be surprised if somewhere there's a tag on me
Paul Sewald, cut by Mets, wins for M's in Citi Field return
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Dinesh Answers Ben Shapiro's Questions About '2000 Mules'
"But I want to talk now about a couple of well, just responsible questions, raised about the film. By Ben Shapiro, and by others, one of them is simply this. Hey, dinesh, we do not see in the film. The same guy making multiple trips to a Dropbox. In other words, making more than one Dropbox visit, the same guy. Not different people doing it. And we know that you have geo tracking showing it, but we don't see it. Now, this is true. But let me tell you why it's true. And it's true because most of these drop boxes, sadly, have no surveillance footage. They just don't. And so even though the geo tracking, by the way, the geo tracking is more reliable than video footage for the same reason that DNA is more reliable than an eyewitness. DNA shows you you'd left a hair or a drop of blood on the crime scene and it's your DNA you were there. Now, an eyewitness could be mistaken. It could be people who look similar, so eyewitness evidence is good on top of the technological level. And so if geo tracking shows, a mule going from one Dropbox to another to another to another, let's say between two and 3 a.m. in the morning and it turns out that on the 5th Dropbox that happens to be surveillance footage and you know that this guy was there at a specific moment in a day and time and you look on the video at that day and that time and there he is, boom, you've proven your case. You've established it clearly that geo tracking supports the video, the video confirms the geo tracking, so it seems to me what Ben Shapiro is kind of asking for is unreasonable. It's kind of like saying, you've got a serial killer, you went to 5 different homes and committed a murder, you left his DNA, by the way, all of them. We have the DNA. We know he was there. And Ben's like, well, wait a minute. I don't see video of him in all 5 homes. Well, yeah, that's because there's only one home that had cameras, and he is on the camera at the exact time that you would expect there he is. But because the other homes didn't have cameras, I can't show you him, even though I can prove definitively through technological evidence that he was, in fact,
'The Current Thing' Swings Back to Elon Musk & Twitter
"There's been a lot of current thing changes folks Over the last few weeks the current thing was obviously the Ukrainian had to put a Ukraine flag on your avatar Ben the current thing flipped to Elon then the current thing flipped to roe V wade and the Supreme Court But this morning it appears there's not a consensus in the bongino crew here which kind of makes it difficult to make a current thing change It's like a filibuster type thing And I haven't been able to overcome it But I've been debating if there has been a current thing change I think we're back to Elon Based on just the news cycle and everything else because what happened this morning is Elon who owns the news cycle every time he tweets which is an amazing power to have when you think about it right Tweeted on his Twitter account this morning at the Twitter deal was on hold Now he said he was still pursuing it but there's a lot in that tweet He said it was on hold because they need to verify the percentage of the users on Twitter that are spam and bots Now as a tech investor guy myself I can tell you there's a lot in this tweet and it makes me ask the question regardless if it's a current thing change or not it's certainly a newsworthy story Is he really going to buy Twitter
Rep. Cammack: Pallets of Baby Formula Are Going to the Border
"Let's listen together to this congresswoman from Florida. She posted this video on Facebook day before yesterday. But something that I absolutely have to share with you right now is the craziness of the empty shelves Biden movement and the fact that they are sending palettes palettes of baby formula to the border. Meanwhile, in our own district at home, we can not find baby formula. This is a picture from a target. Oh, it's upside down. Sorry. Okay. We literally are struggling to find baby formula around the country. Moms are struggling going from store to store to store. And then the stores are actually capping the amount of baby formula that they will sell them. But and this got sent to me by a border patrol agent this morning and said, this is disgusting, you will not believe this. They're receiving pallets and more palettes. Of baby formula. At the border. This was taken at Ursula. Processing facility where thousands are being housed and processed and then released subsequently into the United States. So think about this. This is what America last looks like. This is a 100% what it looks like. And in response, Congress, we actually, before I even got these photos, we were working with our colleagues on the energy and commerce committee and ranking member Kathy McMorris Rogers who is doing a bang up job. She put together a letter that their finalizing right now, going to The White House, going to the administration, demanding answers. And it is hands down one of the most frustrating experiences.
Jen Psaki: Can't Find Baby Formula? Call Your Doctor.
"The Biden administration has things under control. Not to panic. Circle back has the answer on her next to last day today is her final day before she becomes an MSNBC star. Which compared to the Fox News ratings, that's a little bit like being the tallest little person in the room. But she will be an MSNBC star where she belongs. After months and months of spinning for Joe Biden, listen to what she said, when one of the reporters said, well, what are we supposed to do? What are women in America? Supposed to do who desperately need baby formula for their infants. If you thought it was a public health question, which agency should that question be directed to just the very practical immediate question of if you can't find formula and you need it for your baby to eat. What should they be doing? We would certainly encourage any parent who has concerns about their child's health or well-being to call their doctor or pediatrician. Take two aspirin, call me in the morning. Albeit MSNBC in my makeup in my makeup chair. Getting ready for my close up. Call your doctor, moms, but he's supposed to call your doctor.
"morning" Discussed on Country Morning
"Of those cash prices have even doubled since the beginning of planting the specialty. Crops will need to buy more acres in twenty twenty two people. North dakota are so worried that everyone's going to plant and get caught up but there's certain things we grow regionally that can only be grown up. Here in north dakota saskatchewan parts. Canada in a few parts in the world so A lot of people can grow wheat everywhere. Corn and beans some places but some of these specialty crops cannot handle high temperatures in large amounts of moisture. so there's a reason why the northern plains and we're going to get back to our roots and grow those crops again for the next few years. Christoph you took part in a market panel discussion which was livestream during the big iron farm. Show along with the rest of the seminars can be found on the your life event youtube channel reporting agriculture business. I'm making overby on the red river. Farm network this is the time to replenish soil moisture levels world weather inc senior meteorologist. Drew learner is hopeful. There's definitely a need for recharge and the sooner that we get it done the better it'll be. I don't see bitter cold weather coming for a while. So that's a good thing but we'll be able to go a few several weeks down the road and maybe get some moisture at the same time. So there's definitely some hope here that we'll do some more recovery during thursday's red river farm network forum at the big iron farm show learner said he does not expect a killing frost for another ten days to two weeks fertilizer. Prices were already high and now supplies will tighten further. Cf industries has announced. It is shutting down operations at two of its united kingdom manufacturing plants. The high cost of natural gas was cited as the reason she f- did not offer an estimate for when production will resume at those facilities chicago. Based robotics company has donated in autonomous tractor to the grand farm at fargo santa bow. Our san benito already has autonomous tractors deployed across the mid west grand farm hosted its autonomous nation conference yesterday the former. Usda under secretary for trade and foreign affairs ted mckinney will now lead the national association of state departments of agriculture in a statement nasdaq president ryan quarrels mckinney's experience in advocating for. Us agriculture will bring strength to the national group. You're listening to the red river farm network. Good morning welcome to inside agriculture. On the red river farm network agricultural secretary. Tom ville sack met with his chinese counterpart on the sidelines of the g. Twenty meetings in italy. They'll sack is please. China has increased. Its purchases from just a couple of years ago. I think there are ways in which phase one. Cooley be improved. But in the meantime our our desire obviously is for these purchases to continue and increase. Obviously it's made an impact because Because of their purchases at record levels We've seen a bit of a strengthening if you will In comparison to where body prices were a year ago. They're not as high as they were a couple of months ago but they're still higher than a year ago and that's in part because of these purchases as of october fourth. Dr roger cryan will take over as the new chief economist for the american farm bureau federation for the past nine years. Crying was director of economics. for the dairy division at usda grinding previously served in a similar role at the national milk producers federation margot slanger has been nominated as usda's assistant secretary for civil rights schlesinger now teaches at the university of michigan's school of law. She previously served in civil rights positions in the department of homeland security and as an attorney in the justice department. Jackie markets this morning. We have minneapolis. Wheat mixed down three quarters of a set for december at nine zero five and three quarters while march is a half penny higher at eight ninety four and a half chicago wheat one and three quarter cents higher hard red winter wheat. The contract a quarter cent gain corn zillow weaker. We're down one. And a half or the december contract by twenty eight march five thirty three and a half one and a quarter lower soybeans for november down four and a half wa twelve ninety one and a half the quote january beans thirteen dollars and a quarter penny. That's down by four and a half cents. First of all thank you. Everybody involved with the big iron farm show we had a great crowd some trim tastic forums big reminder. You can go online both to our facebook and twitter and youtube pages You'll find that play list with all of those forums. If you missed happen to miss one or wanna go back and listen to another They certainly are available and we encourage you to do so. We had some really fantastic session so thanks to the speakers. Thanks to the crowd and Very successful big iron farm show so good good to have that with us as we check in on the farm calendar cregagh plot is organizing and aggie equipment. Expo taking place on monday. That's going to be held in the crook ston area. There's a women in agribusiness summit coming up in minneapolis. That will be starting on tuesday of next week. They have both alive. And a virtual option and the university of minnesota extension hosting a high tech robotic dairy field day. That's on september twenty second the wednesday of next week at sunrise golden sunrise dairy at mcintosh minnesota registration starts at nine thirty. The program will go from ten o'clock to one o'clock have yourself a great day and a great weekend. This is the red river network..
"morning" Discussed on Country Morning
"Welcome to inside agriculture. On the red river firm network. We take you back to the big iron farm. Show don wick as this update geared up for big iron jared hansen with us territory manager from pioneer located that kennedy minnesota area jerry. Let's talk about this crop. I think all season long with mother nature is treated us. We've seen a lot of differences in the stage of development in just about every crop out there. How's that going to be an issue. As we move into to harvest we do see a lot of variability in the soybeans and I think after some of these late-season rains that we have and Guys being happier than they expected with the wheat crop. There's some excitement going into being harvest. I think we're going to keep a lot of beams in the combine. And i look for the crop to be Very close to average even though we've been very short on moisture We do see a lot of variability in the low-lying areas compared to some of the higher saniora areas in the field. And i think with the beans. The the keyword is going to be patient. I think guys need to be patient. Let those larger greener areas ripen up. So we can keep those in the combine and and not Kick the green pods out the back. That's a little bit opposite of what i would recommend to our sun flower growers. We have a lot of sun flower growers in northwest minnesota in my territory and i was just talking to a customer this morning don and he was questioning me on whether or not. He should desiccated. Sunflowers i said to him. i think. Defecating your sunflowers. As soon as they're mature is a great idea as long as you have the combine ready to go in there and do. The work extended drought conditions over the summer. We're going to see a lot of Stock degradation this fall. That plant is doing everything it can to make the seed as plump as a and. It's going to draw a lot of nutrients and strength onto the stock. And i think if we start defecating sunflowers and then start expecting them to stand out there for another three weeks. We could be subjecting ourselves to mother nature and we all know that she can be a not a very kind person at times. So i'm a big fan of defecating sunflowers. As soon as they're ready as long as we can get the harvest done in a timely manner. After that jared hansen with territory manager with pioneer porsche. Look for pioneer here at the big iron farm show on a coalition of seventy seven at groups including the national milk producers federation and. Us dairy export council sent a letter to the white house on monday. Asking the biden administration to alleviate the ongoing port crisis since earlier this year dairy and other exports have been facing challenges in securing shipping container space on ocean vessels in the letter. The groups say there's an unpredictable and unreasonable timeline for exporters to load goods. And there's pressure on the supply chain because empty containers are being returned to the sender instead of being loaded with products. Friendly reminder it is the big iron farm show at begins today in the red river firm network invites you to our building at the big iron farm show. Our schedule kicks off. Today are lineup at ten thirty. We're gonna look at some farm policy. Perspectives featuring former house agriculture committee chairman colin peterson and former usda undersecretary bill nor the abc country. Farm credit services. We'll have an update on the markets with katy tang in at eleven thirty and then at one thirty this afternoon. We have that market outlook seminar. Daily market outlook seminar. Tommy gril safi. Jacob burks randy martensson joining us and then at two-thirty. We'll have a look at the lynn market. This is the red river farm network..
"morning" Discussed on Country Morning
"And of course you'll find them in the outside location here at the big iron farm show troy. You guys have done a lot of great work customizing planters for folks you've got one of those planters on display here at big iron. Yeah so we So we built the plot punter for a customer last spring and then in doing so him and i agreed that we would build it at kind of kinda throw the kitchen sink at it as a way to call it Use different real row. Unit configurations different precision planting offerings as far as attachments and And have a good have a good a good ability to showcase that you know we can go a whole bunch of different routes to create the planner of of the future for any individual operation whether it's a small planner like this for tests plot for see dealer or if we go to You know the larger planners that Production agriculture's asking for. That's just it whatever. Growers looking for as far as options you can you can really customize it to what they need definitely. I mean we can go anywhere from From the little from the little planners up to the big ones and And options go is goes. Why does just simply saying i wanna monitor so i can know what i find is doing to I wanna take my existing planner and make it a high speed on it and I mean there's a whole wide array of different things that we can do and But yeah we'll Our our big focus right now is the precision planting world and in helping guys get better for the for the next season Commodity prices definitely better. So guys are a little bit more optimistic looking at the updating equipment. Maybe hasn't been looked at for the last four or five years so no doubt about it. Check them out at the big iron farm show today tomorrow and on thursday trae amundsen with us from.
"morning" Discussed on Country Morning
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"morning" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Girls are to to go to school. And the there's going to be a blanket. Amnesty for everyone even those who fought against them. Your thoughts i you know. Listen what does it reagan pregnancy thing about that. Trust but verify look. I hope they've changed. And this is a good thing that they're saying. That's not what i saw in captivity. Women weren't allowed you know in seven months in captivity. I never saw single woman. They only allowed to walk outside and burqas at all times. And i think we need to keep our troops at that airport. There needs to be enough time. That entire airport should have been secured immediately Yes the afghan security forces failed but we should have known. This was coming another friend from the new york times. A young reporter went to the airport spent twenty hours at the airport. He didn't see five thousand. Us troops. i'm not sure you know. I think there's more to come out here. About how many troops are actually at that airport. He saw a few hundred on the first day and so we have not planned this properly and that their port must remain open until we see what. The taliban are have changed. And it's a mixed the thing. I'm hearing about what they're doing in different parts of the country david road and megan stone. Thank you both Please stay in touch and let us know what you hear and still ahead. After banning mask and vaccine mandates texas governor greg abbott has tested positive for the krona virus despite being fully vaccinated. The news comes as early data hints at a rise and breakthrough infractions and a handful of states. Morning show is coming right back in the wake of the nine eleven attacks. Hundreds of people recorded their stories. Twenty years later the same voices return memory. Box echoes of nine eleven wednesday september eighth ten pm eastern on msnbc and streaming exclusively on peacock..
"morning" Discussed on Country Morning
"Had seen since about two thousand fifteen and we've been talking for a long time about the decline in the leather industry. This were wondering now. If there's a resurgence of interest of consumer actually change or is it because everyone went out and bought a new car in twenty twenty one in late twenty twenty exports for twenty twenty one are also a bright spot in the market exports. Really have not done well. Since about those high values in two thousand fourteen and it released seems like that industry was not going to come back we look at cumulative today exports whole highs or up about sixty two percent that's january jamais data over twenty twenty but if we compare that to may have twenty nineteen. It's about fifty percents so still very strong. Numbers were looking at on those whole hind values. They call it adds that eliminating factor caused by the pandemic is available labor to fabricate carcass parts into variety meats that can be shift to the international market reporting agriculture's business. I'm making overby on the red ver ver farm. Now burke the federal open market committee is beginning. Its two day policy meeting today. Traders will be watching this meeting for any hint of inflation and the pandemics impact on the general economy. Interest rates are not expected to increase the center for food safety. The national family farm coalition friends of earth and others are back in court challenging the trump administration's regulatory changes for the regulation of biotech crops. This lawsuit which was filed in california claims. The action did not fully consider the risks to agriculture the environment and endangered species. Da is making nearly seventeen million dollars available for nonprofit grounds universities and environment and endangered species. Da is making nearly seventeen million dollars available for nonprofit grounds universities and tribal entities to help socially disadvantaged and veteran farmers applications will be accepted until august twenty fifth. Got some green on the screen. This morning minneapolis. We ten and a quarter higher september delivery at eighty nine the contract eleven and three quarter higher chicago wait for september moved higher now two and a half better the hard winter wheat september five and a half higher september corn nine and three quarter cents higher five fifty nine and a half new crop nine and three quarter better. Five fifty six and a half for soybeans. It's twenty one. Cent gain for august fourteenth. Thirty three and three quarters november do crop beans. Thirteen seventy eight and a half a gain of twenty and three quarters since as we check in on the farm calendar as mentioned the heart spring and the durum wheat tour three quarter better. Five fifty six and a half for soybeans. It's twenty one. Cent gain for august fourteenth. Thirty three and three quarters november do crop beans. Thirteen seventy eight and a half a gain of twenty and three quarters since as we check in on the farm calendar as mentioned the heart spring and the durum wheat tour is going on today. They'll be making their way ended up in manned dan this evening. This tour continues through thursday into fargo. The national potato council also has it summer meeting a virtual meeting going on their first session. Today starts at ten o'clock our time. This is the red river farm network.
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"Holding markup for the whip plus reauthorization program which will be vital to growers All week growers especially here in the dakotas and minnesota area with whip plus and quality lost adjustment programs. School says it is important to help. Farmers get through this drought. Gist excited to be here. In north dakota talking to the north dakota grand gourds and and and the wheat growers here that way we can go back and make sure that we're speaking with a unified voice in washington dc on the things that are impacting week last month. I was in oregon washington. Idaho having very similar problems. Be sure to carry this important message back to our legislators in washington. Dc minnesota is officially a clean cars. State governor tim wall so this action is good for the environment and created good. Paying jobs were the fifteenth state to do this with i in the midwest in the fourteen other states the sky did not fall. The car industry did not collapse jobs. Were not lost. In fact just the opposite happened in all fourteen other states the clean cars standard includes two tracks one to reduce vehicle emissions and one promoting electric cars trucks and suv's the drought. North dakota is leading farmers to harvest. Crops says hey on the contrary the lack of moisture is impacting hay. Production and many ranchers are seeking alternative sources of for each. Ndsu extensions as cattails flax millet kosheh and soybeans can all be hade the bail should be then tested for nutritional content and potential toxins. Cold weather's building in argentina and southern brazil. Frost and freeze conditions are in the forecast by friday morning. World weather inc says the coffee crop will see the biggest impact. Damage is also possible for south. America's sweet corn sugarcane and citrus crops..
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"Is yesterday billionaire. Richard branson went to space on one of his virgin galactic rockets and the flight went more than fifty miles high to the edge of space. Southwest heard it was like big deal. We did that last week when pilots those sleeping. It was a pretty cool moment. I was a little surprised but one part. Did you see this watches. Three to one release. Release release ignition. Good rocking motored. Everything's good morning and welcome to morning. Joe is to this day july thirteenth high. Weli good to have you back. We've missed you. Thanks guys good to be back with. You had a little high injury last week. I wish i could say on a sunny beach. But thanks to a good dermatologist. An ophthalmologist. I'm here not fully recovered. But as close as i can get so it's good to be back. Wow so glad to have you. Among the many stories. We're following this morning quote. They're getting laughed out of court. That is what the republican party's top lawyer said in real time about the election fraud claims by former president. Trump's legal team and this morning. A federal judge in michigan is calling the claims from trump allied lawyers fantastical. We'll talk about the new efforts to hold the former president and his backers accountable for spreading those lies about the election plus a dramatic escalation in the battle over voting rights in texas as texas democrats flee the state there now in washington to lobby congress to take federal action. We're also following. The new warning about the johnson and johnson vaccine amid a new surge in cove it clicked cases and the polar bear. Does it again the mets slugger..
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"Good morning and welcome to morning. Joe it is thursday july eighth. We're following a number of developing stories this morning including two weeks after the collapse of the surf side condo came the difficult decision to transition from rescue to recovery and the deepening crisis in haiti after the assassination of the country's president immensely poor unstable and increasingly violent. What's next for that already troubled nation. We're also following. The latest with rudy. Giuliani his law license. Suspended in the district of columbia just as it was in new york for making quote demonstrably false and misleading statements and we will continue to cover that story. We've got a lot to dive into this morning and we'll start with some politics President biden in illinois yesterday to make the case for his to track american families plan. The president pitching the infrastructure package as a new era in america and during that trip president biden coal doubt senate minority leader mitch mcconnell for touting the american rescue plan during a recent trip to kentucky the one point nine trillion dollar covert relief. Bill passed earlier this year without a single republican vote. Here's what the president said along with mcconnell's comments on the bill earlier this week mitch. Mcconnell loves our programs you see mitch. Mcconnell said so. You're going to be a lot more money..
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"But not for long though. There's a report this morning is another reason for you to move to los angeles bill. La county is now recommending. That masks be worn indoors regardless of whether or not you're vaccinated. I had a feeling this was coming when the when the world health organization came out and they came out with the mask again. Yeah i'm don. I don't know if you're going to get that toothpaste back in the bottle. Back in the tube. I hope so. People have tasted freedom. I i hope people don't comply i really do in fact you've got some politicians now. It's was interesting. We'll tell you who it is Pushing the airline to listen to the science. Drop this thing before. July fourth that off. They're gonna win but at least the words out there interesting. We've got that coming up next to florida morning. Show this bill keep.
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"As he announces a bipartisan agreement reached on infrastructure are republicans simply being used to cover for the democrats much larger plans ahead and should progressives be confirmed. We're going to answer those questions. Plus rudy giuliani sees. His law license suspended for lying about the election. Is this a precursor to the president's former attorney being disbarred and it's not something you usually hear from us but we're going to talk more about pop superstar britney spears her explosive courtroom testimony this week and what it means about her cry for independence but first willy. Let's get an update on the Residents building collapse in miami. Yeah this story has changed and gotten much worse since we first reported yesterday morning. The search and rescue efforts that continue in south florida right now. More than twenty four hours after half of a condo building collapsed officials. Say nine people unaccounted for after twelve stories of this fifty five unit condominium in surf side just north of miami crumbled into a pile of rubble. Rescue teams helped to save a boy who had been trapped yesterday morning. There have been reports of others rescued as well. Dozens of fire and police crews are desperately searching for any survivors. This morning. miami dade fire and rescue has been on the scene from the very beginning and say most of the rescue efforts are being concentrated now underground the optics may seem that. There's nothing going on on. Top of all operations cannot emphasize enough. All operations are occurring underneath the rubble there occurring underneath the parking garage where we have teams of firefighters constantly as they continue to making cuts reaches and placing sonar devices search camps to locate victims to really difficult effort. One person is dead while nearly a dozen others are hurt. One hundred two people have been declared safe so far. We are waiting more details later this morning when another news conference is scheduled joining us now from the scene. Nbc news correspondent. Sam brock's good morning. You've been there since really just minutes after this collapse happened overnight yesterday. What can you tell us this morning. Good morning we are entering a very fragile period right now. The search and rescue it has been over. Twenty four hours and the rubble is daunting. Look over my shoulder you'll see an swirling wind conditions outside right now. The rebels up about three stories high. That's the area in which the search and rescue operators right now are working with and the conditions like we said. We're more rain today. Of course it is florida when it rains. It pours that has proven to be problematic. So far there's audio from the emergency scanners describing the fact that we were being hearing we're being told i should say that folks involved should be taking cover from debris that was moving around with all these firefighters and search and rescue operators are valuable going inside of a building already partially collapsed. Fifty five units. That were essentially sectioned. Right off. looks like it's about half the building when you look at those areas. They're operating within those confines. Going underneath the basement of the garage champlain tower south and you're waiting through feet of water. Just trying to find out whether they can hear anything using sonar certainly canines on top of the rebel. Ninety nine people are unaccounted for this morning. Really ninety nine cannon for that does require some context which is to say that that's the potential for all of the units that collapsed and all the people that may have been living there. It doesn't mean that they were there at the time. Just there's been no contact. So president biden overnight declaring a federal emergency declaration which green lights the way for the and for fema help. Coordinate some of the efforts here you talk with all of these families and they're missing generations of people. Grandmothers parents loved ones. Some of them came down here to take their kids to tennis. Camp and are now missing and it's just from all over the world to willie venezuela paraguay colombia argentina. We're in south. We are a hot spot of your four south american families so many in this complex right now are huddled in the surf side community center just waiting and hoping they're going to get some sort of information as there are now more phone lines have been provided with round the clock info but what we can gather right now. There's no updates to provide. this has been going on again for over twenty four hours today. Such a crucial window to see if they can help find some form of life as so many people right now. Just holding there collective breasts. We're like san jose one hundred and two people have been declared safe who were inside that building. We've got that security footage that shows the moment the building collapse and it's really breathtaking. It's hard to conceive of anyone surviving what we saw there. What are we hearing from people who did survive those one hundred. Two people were declared safe. This happened sometime between one thirty and two o'clock in the morning yesterday. What did they hear what they see. What did they feel. When that building collapsed they describe sensations of a boom that felt like an earthquake in some cases even the mayor here that a bomb went off and suddenly they were scrambling to figure out. Obviously at one thirty in the morning what is going on right now and as they tried to make their way out of this condo building there was debris littering floors. Many of them really had to be rescued by ladders and buckets at three or four o'clock in the morning from firefighters and those who did survive so lucky. I spoke with one woman and her husband who were on the street side of this building and they said you know they always wanted to live oceanside had they live there they said. I don't think i would be standing where i am right now. Talking to you got the difference between life and death and there are so many stories just like that willie at it is also worth noting that we spoke with the attorney for the condominium association here who says. He was shocked flabbergasted. There were no signs at all that something like this was imminent. But they adjust finished their inspection forty or inspection of the building and we're in the process of working on the roof and they had some concrete and steel repairs. This all just wrapped up however they don't believe that that's related to what happened here. It's going to take weeks months. Maybe even a year according to civil engineers to truly figure out what caused this collapse but it is exceedingly rare. You can count on one hand. The number of times something like this happened. A building collapsed unprovoked over a period of decades. Another thing we'll all be looking at is whether these inspections are worthwhile given the fact that this inspection it just happened in the building completely collapsed. I know there's so many questions to how in the world. This could happen. Sam a researcher at the florida university international International university tells usa today that the high rise had been deemed unsafe a year ago. The professors cites a study that conducted conducted last year. That found the forty year. Old building had been sinking at an alarming rate since the nineteen ninety s about two millimeters a year. The researchers said the study doesn't suggest with certainty what caused the collapse but says it could have been a factor who knows also the proximity to the water. Just though in this day and age even as city officials have said when they first responded to this buildings. Just don't collapse like this at this day and age. That's right and i would add meek two. That's an excellent point. We actually interviewed the person who wrote that study shimon vita venzke. He said two millimeters a year. This is between nine hundred ninety. Three and nineteen ninety nine which would equate to about a half an inch over the course of that decade. So it doesn't sound like a huge depth but could have made a difference. It's not clear in terms of the building being deemed unsafe and twenty twenty. He said he was going off of local reports on that. So it's not necessarily official but we do know is he was looking at thousands and thousands of structures and found. This building in particular was one of a handful of buildings that was sinking. So certainly you would have to imagine. It's going to be part of the investigation. It's gonna be unfolding several months. Sam we've heard from some of the rescuers and fire officials say they hold onto hope that they will find survivors. You mentioned there is some context. Put around that number of ninety nine people unaccounted for the number of people. They haven't heard from yet. What is the realistic possibility. What is the chance that fire and rescue is going to find someone or some people a group of people alive in that massive rubble that we've been looking at here anecdotally when they held a press conference. I believe about four or five o'clock yesterday. All public officials from miami dade throughout south florida the state. The governor was there as well just looking at the expressions on people's faces forlorn. You can see it in their eyes. You could just their demeanor how dejected and how upset and how deeply moved everyone. Who's leading us responses in this community right now. It takes a toll but it also suggests the fact that may not be expecting many of these nine folks or whatever percentage of them actually are legitimately missing being recovered a lot again. You're looking at mounds of rubble over my shoulder. That are literally three stories..
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"The united states holds terrorism. He's starts back so you think. The book also describes another incident where president trump was speaking with then health and human services secretary alex as our trump reported to yell this quote. I'm going to lose the election. Because of testing what idiot had the federal government do testing as our responded quote mean jared citing the president senior adviser and son-in-law jared kushner kushner had vowed to take charge of a national testing strategy. Just days m- earlier. So joe and mika lot to digest there but let's go back to the first story the instinct of president trump according to this book in february of twenty twenty was to send american citizens who wanted to come home. But we're sick with corona virus to the same place where khalid sheikh mohammed sits. Now we know why he wanted to buy greenland ice age just so surround current sits mike barnicle. And you just you look i. It just example after example cowing over over the past year just the ignorance. Well the feigned ignorance because it's interesting when he was talking to woodward i believe it was in late february or early march he knew and the virus killer as he said he knew. It was five times as likely to kill you as the flu. He knew it was airborne he knew it could impact younger america. He knew everything on that tape. It suddenly in the white house. He just he guessing just feigned ignorance and idiocy. You know as we read in. Listen to that excerpt normal human reaction. I think all of us on both sets. We laughed and yet when you think about it. How close did we come to. Something are a real of this man. Donald trump that would have absolutely destroyed the republic the democracy that we're all part of. How close did we come. The department of justice revelations. A couple of weeks ago that they were wiretapping and basically seizing reporters emails. A lot of people let that slide because a lot of people don't like the media. I get that but it raised the question within the biden administration. I'm told one. Large question applies to nearly every department of the federal government. What else don't we know about what they did. We don't know the damage that they've done. We know parts of it and we'll find out parts of it as we move along. But what damage have they done. There will find out and very little that will matter most ardent supporters. catty just generally about about. We could talk about going after reporters other other white houses have done that. But i don't know that in you. I still haven't heard of any other white house. Actually using the justice department go after people who were actually investigating the president Like they went after democratic members of congress getting into their phone records Staff members phone records kids found. I mean it's just it's the way they did it. After reporter making kind of gag rule within the news organization so reporters couldn't talk the lawyers in those news organizations. Everything was done. That was possible to make donald trump happy and to make donald trump feel that he was there legitimately that anyone that was perceived as an enemy of donald trump. He was using the power of the government to the maximum effect in order to try and prevent them from being able to investigate or attack him and he felt that was right because he kept referring to it as my justice department of my generals. Don't you of government that they were his. They were here. Because i guess what he'd always done in the trump organization and he just transferred that business model into the white house without any appreciate some of what that thing about gitmo. It's sort of absurd. it's silly it was never going to happen. But the thing about the testing and the repetition of the testing is actually really. Alarming is loss because america didn't tons of thousands of life years of that mistake people died and yet he he must have known that what he was saying. Wasn't true that you didn't get it. Because you tested you got and therefore you need it to test and that but that refusal to accept that as a policy that you needed to test more order twice lay people so they didn't infect other people that kill people. It was so short sighted ad and it was on so stupid. The had happened at the end of the day. That was. What a day trader would do. He didn't want the testing because he didn't want the numbers to go up. And of course without the testing things would have been even worse. We couldn't do the contract tracing early on that we needed to do to keep those numbers lower because we had a president who hated the testing because it revealed the people actually had covert and proved him to be a liar when he said. There's only one person coming in from china and soon it's going to be gone. It's only thirteen people soon. It'll be down to zero. And all the lies and he had told so he was desperate. Keep sort of protecting the original lies and it just blew up in his face. Yeah i can't remember who said that. The great saving grace of the trump administration is it's malevolence is stripped by its incompetent room. But if he'd agreed to proper contact tracing social distancing testing and to follow in a sensible public messaging on this epidemic. If he had taken cheese advice that he might have been reelected if he agreed to a stimulus. Last four which is party were pushing but he wanted to basically didn't want to hear anything over two thousand dollar checks people he might have one last followed found. She's advice and he just talked about the economy you would. He would have signed right all right still ahead. We're following several developments on capitol hill. This morning president biden ramps up his push for an infrastructure deal and the today senate showdown over voting rights. Morning joe is coming right back..
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"Week in history. It's the end of june. Twenty twenty and their triumphant trump traces back from tulsa just by the crowd he killed during the united states death toll now approaching one hundred twenty five thousand. The death toll the worst of any country right now. The next couple of weeks are going to be critical in our ability to address so surging. Okay mr surging. General forget critical numbers. What about what really matters. Tv rating numbers. You just came out and people have to see this. Trump rally gives fox news the largest saturday night audience in its history lies from new york. It's saturday night. But by america so coupon code the reason we have more than other countries because our testing his show mark any other possible. Cause a new. You do testing you're gonna find more cases we get back but surely there's more nuance you do. More tested shows more and more cases. We didn't test. We wouldn't have cases have much became. This calls for destruction laugh archie. It's the biggest risk. We have the mail in ballot. Mail in ballots are a disaster tremendous evidence of fraud whenever you have mail in ballots mail in ballot who would ever do such a terrible thing his campaign releasing this video of him signing his ballot which the state of florida calls vote by mail. Talk about male privilege this week in code at history and this morning we find our deep wanted to send those kobe cases to get mo- good morning everyone and welcome to morning tuesday june twenty second ten donald trump.
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"I just want to go back to the videos for just a second. Do you expect in your reporting that. We may see more footage from body cams from different security cameras from other angles of what happened on january. Six we all have certain images burned into our minds from media coverage of that day. But there's just so much more footage of what happened. I sure do expect several more videos over the coming days including federico klein who is the trump administration state department appointee who was allegedly part of the insurrection. We bought our first piper video back. In march we succeeded getting video of the man from maryland accused of using a baseball bat on police. I gotta tell you willie. It's being audio from this footage which is perhaps the most haunting that guttural visceral and vulgar screaming. Which is so compelling the reason. These videos are being pursued because these are exhibits. The feds are using trying to keep some of these alleged insurrectionist locked up all right. I'm michael schmidt and scott macfarlane. Thank you both very much for being on this morning. It's disturbing story that we're going to continue to cover on many levels in the months to come coming up. Our next guest is a democratic congressman. Who wants to know why his colleagues are throwing flames instead of doing their jobs morning. Joe is coming right back. Remember the feeling you got as a kid getting tucked into bed or the feeling you get now on the arms of somebody you love safe and secure is a feeling of security. That only comes through human connection. And that's why the people at simplisafe home security are so important. Of course simplisafe has an award. Winning system has all the technology belton whistle. You'd expect these days but the people simply safe really taken to the next level there around the clock anytime.
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"I don't know how big it is. But we have tens of millions of trump voters who continue to believe that their rights citizens are under threat by simple virtue of having to share. The democracy with others I think as long as they see americanise as the same as one with whiteness. This is going to continue. We have to figure out how to get every american a place at the table in this democracy but how to separate americanise america from whiteness until we can confront that and talk about that. This is really going to continue. I was on long island this weekend. visiting really dear friend and i was really disturbed. I saw you know. Dozens and dozens of pickup trucks with explicit is against joe biden on the back of them trump lives and some cases just dozens of american flags which is also just disturbing because essentially the message was clear was. This is my country. This is not your country. I own this and so until we're ready to have that conversation. This is going to continue. What really is concerning to me. As well as it's it's not just democrats in congress. i think there's a large percentage of americans even some of my colleagues in journalism who are invested in some way in pretending that this isn't the better it is that is the real concern because the trump voters who are not going to get on board with democracy. They're a minority. You can marginalize them long term but if we don't take the threat seriously that i think we're all in really bad shape totally agree mara gaye and tom nichols. Thank you both very much for coming on this morning and coming up a couple of weeks ago. Our next guest was the answer to the.
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"Jay on the Sean Morning. Show featuring me along with Carl was Barbie Cologne where you get your morning. Starting right and j where you get your morning started writes in Jay. We're GONNA have Harvey's houses sports will. We're going to give a different perspective on sports of the scores. That's what we do here but before we do the morning buzz we have a special guest in Mr Footwork himself. My man we'll tracks will be calling in the legendary at eight thirty but before we had the morning buzz and I guarantee ancient everyone the all in that chat room listening all newsradio platform head booby buzzard before nine. Am Synergy what else do you have. Well in the nine o'clock hour I'm also going to have some sunny says Rowlett you know what's going on in Hollywood and entertainment news so stick around for check this out what we're going to do we're going to take a quick break before we take a break. One that people know that when we come back. We're GONNA shout out. The Room with the heart sat in the chat room. You know the official anthem all over the world all over the Internet. You know how we say. Where's the heart set in the chat? We'll show you some but not only that city. We also going to name a new chat room member of the re- that's what we do on Friday because on Friday. We dedicate the show to all our listeners. So check this out. We're GONNA shout you out with Heart Center chat room. We're going to announce a new chat room member of the week so don't go nowhere. What are we GONNA do go back to the morning drive? Dj never never stopped always would be. They always do.
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"Hi My name is Sarah Laura. I'm a run coach and a lover of poetry and I'm here with the fun back in profundity. You don't have to be an athlete to be. Hashtag coached and love. And if you need an anchor to hold onto as you move through a tough situation you've come to the right place. Today's mantra is good morning. Good Morning I used to teach Italian high school kids. English one of the most mind-bending difficult jobs I have ever had. English is a hard language. We don't conjugate except when we do our past participles are mostly foo bar and don't even get me started on. The vowels pronouncing English vowels is truly maddening unless you were born doing it and you have no idea how you ever learned. I've taught English to adults and college. Kids who really wanted to learn so they get past certification exams and work in the US but Italian. Teenagers were a different story. I was twenty two years. Old and many of my students were my age or older. Having been held back time or two as they cruised through high school plus the Italian method of English instruction involved speaking almost no English so my students understood what freeze verbs were far better than I did and they could discuss them at length but only in Italian plus there was the fact that they didn't really give a fuck because when all the adults already assume you're dumb and you don't try. Why would you because the other thing about my students in Italy that their teachers plainly thought they were idiots? I'd been warned by lots of people admit before even beginning to teach that the high school to which had been assigned was agreed to be the worst in the city. Good luck with that. They said when asked what I should teach the teacher said that well the girl who had been the English assistant the previous year had done lessons on American holidays. Like Halloween and Thanksgiving and they liked that so you could just do it again but I said if they learned all that last year won't be boring for me to repeat it. Nah The teachers said they don't remember Shit. It would be cute if I had been the one to see that the students that I taught were smarter than their teachers gave them credit for and if by respecting them I were somehow able to get through to them and I desperately wanted. My Life is a high school teacher to resemble the movie stand and deliver but at much more closely resembled the South Park Parody of stanton deliver. So think cartman with a comb over saying. How do I reach these kids? I had a lot of expectations. They had none and their teachers had even fewer. My first class was an afternoon class with a group of very eager third year students. The equivalent of high school sophomores. It was their last hour of the day around two. Pm and I walked in mildly trembling. The teachers had told me to pretend that I didn't speak talent because if the students found out she said they would never attempt to speak to me in English again. The STUDENTS SCRAMBLE TO THEIR FEET. Good Morning. They roared enthusiastically their teachers side. No no come on you know this. You have to say good afternoon good afternoon. They repeated good morning. You see was how I was always greeted no matter what time of day when Jordan in Italian translates to good morning and English but of course the direct translation doesn't really work because Italians could take Jordan pretty much anytime of day until it's decidedly evening at which point they roll over to the equally common when Sarah good afternoon in English would translate to one Committee Joe in Italian and I have only ever heard an automated train ticket. Sales machines saved one pulmonary. Joe Also Really. Who says good afternoon? If you were in Italy you would absolutely just stick with one Joe. No at the teachers urging. I tried to teach my students what you are supposed to say when I diagrams with clocks and stick figures to designate when good morning begins to be the correct greeting in winter. There's no longer correct greeting. And as we got to know each other better and they got used to my presence in their school and I started to learn their names and their faces which was difficult because I had twelve different classes. Sometimes with as many as twenty nine kids in each we begin greeting each other in the halls and I got used to hearing a thunderous. Good morning from a whole gaggle of them as we crossed paths at three. Pm hitting after the bus stop and teachers told me that I must always correct them. But I really kinda hated responding to their enthusiasm by reminding them that they were wrong. One winter afternoon my then boyfriend now husband and I were out having a Pasta Jetta which is a kind of classic Italian ritual on the weekends before a pair of Teo hour you go out and you just kind of stroll the loop of the city centre window shop. Get a coffee and run into people. We lived in a large city and we knew almost no one and we had so little money coming in. We allowed ourselves very little in the way of dispensable entertainment so borrowing burned. Dvd's from the library was free and so was the pasta. Java in December. Be- getting dark already by three forty or four o'clock but the city was lit with Christmas. Lights at brightened our moods just a little bit and so one afternoon as we were walking the Corso metaph wrong with people. I heard an exuberant good morning profile and I turned around and I saw group of my kids waving gaily at me. Someone in this city had just recognized me on the street in so I smiled and I said good morning right back turns out. I didn't really go fuck either. I'd rather feel connected. I decided then keep running into a good morning size wall. I think back to that year and I remember how sorely difficulty was sometimes but I also give myself a lot more credit than I could then for what I did do rather than dwelling on what I couldn't accomplish because when no one around you is going to reward you for trying and for going the extra mile then why should you. I bent over backwards. Trying to come up with interesting and original lesson. Plans involving stevie wonder Song Lyrics Calvin and Hobbes comic strips and some of them worked and others landed with a thud. The days that worked best were the days where I did. What made me happy because the students saw what made me excited in what I thought was boring. And as far as they were concerned no one was giving them any extra points for effort. In retrospect I give them credit to for being kind to me when they were which was not necessarily often and for letting their enthusiasm precede their perfection when they saw me in the hall or on the street and sometimes I wonder whether they were trolling us all along in their refusal to abandon. Good Morning. Sometimes there's literally nothing to be gained by over achieving and I think the kids understood that better than I did even if they mastered the good afternoon good evening and good night their teachers at the end of the day. We're still going to treat them like dummies. So when no one is going to give you credit for going the extra mile either do it for you or say fuck it and the Italian phrase for fuck it as it turns out is good morning host. You are loved. You are winning at life and if you need more reasons to believe that follow at Morning Mantra pod on instagram and subscribe to the coach and love weekly newsletter..