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 Ex-'Apprentice' contestant Zervos drops suit against Trump

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-'Apprentice' contestant Zervos drops suit against Trump

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former apprentice contestant dropped her lawsuit against the Donald Trump former apprentice contestant summer Zervos has dropped her defamation lawsuit against former president Donald Trump Zervos accused trump of sexual assault saying he kissed and groped her against her will in two thousand seven allegations trump denied she sued that then president in New York state court in twenty seventeen saying he damaged her reputation when he said she and other women alleging sexual assault and harassment or making things up since Mr trump has not issued a retraction as I requested he

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Donald Trump Deserves a Nobel Peace Prize for the Abraham Accords

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:58 min | 1 year ago

Donald Trump Deserves a Nobel Peace Prize for the Abraham Accords

"Question. I wanna ask you and you can go anywhere you want. But when people talk about the abraham accords. I'm not sure. I understand the significance of that. I haven't heard much about it. Tell us what's your perspective on that. What did trump achieve anything. Well the media did a terrible job covering most important storage game. Changing set of arab-israeli peace agreements in a generation re literally have not had an arab-israeli peace accord in twenty five years We've only had two prior egypt and jordan and president trump who was told by everybody in the peace industry in washington. You'll make the middle east worse you'll never make peace. You don't know what you're doing. You're a moron. And yet he accomplished four arab israeli peace agreements plus an agreement between kozo a muslim majority but non arab country and israel. It's extraordinary what trump pulled out and eric. You know this about me. In sixteen i was a sharp critic of trump. i would've considered myself a never-trumper. But i did would always know whether never-trumper did i said. Okay i have these deep concerns about him but let's let's pray for him every day and let's see how he how how he does. When i sat with them in the oval office a scene described in this book. I told him that. I'd been a never-trumper now eric. You know the man. How often does the term never-trumper get used with mr trump in his presence particularly in the oval office because judging from the looking at his is not that often. But i said to him. Listen i didn't believe your promises. I didn't trust you. But i've been stunned by what you've accomplished and i began rattling these things off. Let's just take a few right. The abraham accord had not yet happened. But we were trending there. It was clear to me that he was going to be able to pull these things off. Four arab-israeli agreements. Okay plus destroying the isis kathy. Liberating five million christians and muslims and yazidi from the reign of terror of isis taking out the isis terror. Commander abu bacher all-body taking out the top iranian terror general qasim sulamani ripping up the iran nuclear deal of imposing a maximum pressure sanctions campaign against iran. Moving the us embassy from talbot to jerusalem recognizing israel sovereign rights over the golan heights. And i could go on. And on as i do in enemies and is i believe. Trump deserves a nobel peace prize for the abraham accords. I doubt that he's going to get it. But if you don't win a nobel peace prize for creating peace with four arab countries and israel. What's the price

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What Is Joe Biden's New China Doctrine?

The Economist: Editor's Picks

02:08 min | 1 year ago

What Is Joe Biden's New China Doctrine?

"Optimists long hoped that welcoming china into the global economy would make a responsible stakeholder and bring about political reform as president. Donald trump blasted that week now. Joe biden is converting trumpian bombast into doctrine that pits america against china a struggle between rival political systems. Which he says can have only one winner between. Mr trump and mr biden have engineered the most dramatic break in american foreign policy in the five decades since richard nixon went to china mr biden and his team based their doctrine on the belief that china is less interested in coexistence and more interested in dominance. The task of american policy is to blunt. chinese ambitions. America will work with china in areas of common interest like climate change but counter. Its ambitions elsewhere. That means building up the strengths at home and working abroad with allies that can supplemented economic technological diplomatic military. And moral haft much about mr biden's new doctrine make sense. The optimistic case for engagement has crumbled under the realities of chinese power led by president. Xi jinping china has garrison the south china sea imposed party rule on hong kong threaten taiwan skirmished with india and has tried to subvert western values in international bodies. Many countries are alarmed by china's wolf warrior diplomacy but the details of the biden doctrine contain much to worry about not least that it is unlikely to work. One problem is how. Mr biden defines threat because politics in washington is broken. He seems to feel that he needs the spirit of pearl harbor to help. Rekindle a sense of national purpose. That is a miscalculation it is true. That republicans jump on anything. They can as soft on china even though every time. They say that the presidential election was stolen. They do the work of chinese propagandists

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Trump Claims Social Media Giants Are "Destroying Our Country"

Common Sense with Bill O'Reilly

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Trump Claims Social Media Giants Are "Destroying Our Country"

"Is a federal lawsuit. Filed in federal court in Florida. Okay? And it is what they call a class action lawsuit, which means other people. Who are banned from social media or social media has done something to them can join the lawsuit. Okay, It's a big deal. Now the reason that the Florida state law comes into play, even though it's a federal lawsuit is that without that? Twitter and Facebook and the others can say To the federal court. There's no precedent you can throw this out. But now there is a precedent in Florida. It's a little complicated a little Pinetti. But it gives Donald Trump a better shot at this. Now he's also suing Mark Zuckerberg was ahead of Facebook, Jack Dorsey, the head of Twitter and a few others personally. They are named, and he wants punitive damages in addition to being reinstated immediately on all social media Here's what Mr Trump said today. Are filing also seeks injunctive relief to allow prompt restitution and Really restoration and you can name about 20 other things that it has to be prompt because it's destroying our country. My accounts. In addition, we are asking the court to impose punitive damages on these social media giants. We're going to hold big tech very accountable. Okay. Now this will take a long time, and there will be obviously attempts by the social media companies to have the case thrown out of court. So it will go on and on and on and on. I see a three year Horizon on this But Donald Trump doesn't have anything to lose. His bills are being paid for by political action committees associated with him. So he's not going to have to pick up the tab for it is going to run into the multi millions of dollars on both sides

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Facebook Suspends Trump Accounts for Two Years

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Facebook Suspends Trump Accounts for Two Years

"Trump will extend until January 2023 CBS's Nancy Corgis on what it means Mr Trump will no longer be able to raise money for himself or for other Republicans on Facebook until after the 2022 midterm elections. A federal judge ruled

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Trump Sued for Referring to COVID-19 as 'China Virus'

Derek Hunter

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Sued for Referring to COVID-19 as 'China Virus'

"Being sued by the Chinese American Civil Rights Coalition are calling the coronavirus the China virus last year. Federal complaint alleges the term harm Chinese American community using Mr Trump of extreme and outrageous conduct. Former

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Liz Cheney Drama Is Not Significant for Everyday Americans Despite the Media Hype

KMJ NOW Programming

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Liz Cheney Drama Is Not Significant for Everyday Americans Despite the Media Hype

"A critical of Mr Trump and publicly supportive of Liz Cheney and Dan Crunch of Texas, who says he's neither a trump loyalist. Or an anti trump, er and I'm gonna begin with Congressman Crenshaw. Congressman Welcome to meet the press on Let me just start with whether you agree with the following analysis, which is This. Cheyney was kicked out of leadership simply because she wouldn't carry the water of former President Trump's election lies. Do you agree with that statement? No. Fundamentally, I don't look Thanks for having me on. I was a little surprised because I've been so detached from this drama, and it is drama over the past month. But I have followed it. And look, you can't forget that We already had this vote for Liz Cheney. We had this vote in that vote was directly because of her vote for impeachment, and she won overwhelmingly Republican Conference said. Look, we disagree and listed, not apologize, and she said she would not apologize. And she still won that vote overwhelmingly to be a leader in our conference. You can't forget that you can't cross over that fact. What happened after that? I think the reason that a lot of our colleagues got got more frustrated with her is because effectively, she kept demanding that everybody else start apologizing. So she refuses to apologize. Which is fine. I don't think she should. Then she demands everybody else does. And I think what Kevin McCarthy was trying to say there was. Look, there is disagreement, and it's time to move on. We can. We can keep having that fight if we'd like. But what is the point? What is the outcome? When in reality, we need to be talking about the things that American people actually care about. I got to tell you. This is not the subject that I'm asked about. I get asked a lot of questions, always doing events was meeting with people. I never get asked about this. I get us about buys the rising inflation. Why is there a border crisis? What is going on in the Middle East? Why can't we get gas? What is happening to our energy infrastructure? Why can't I hire people where they're getting paid by the government to stay at home instead of come to work. These are things that really affect people, not this internal drama. And one of the reasons I agreed to come on your show is basically to say that this isn't that important to people well, but why should anybody believe a word you say if the Republican Party itself doesn't have credibility I'm

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House GOP Expels Liz Cheney From Leadership

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

House GOP Expels Liz Cheney From Leadership

"House House Republicans Republicans have have voted voted to to remove remove representative representative Liz Liz Cheney Cheney as as GOP GOP conference conference chair. chair. Chaney's Chaney's been been very very vocal vocal with with her opposition of former president Trump repeatedly calling him out over his election fraud claims immediately after the vote, Cheney responded. I think that it is an indication of where the Republican Party is, and I think that the party is in a place that we've got to bring it back from and we've got to get back. Back to a position where we are a party to confide for conservative principles that can fight for substance. We cannot be dragged backward by the very dangerous lies of a former president, she says. She's not backing down. I will do everything I can to ensure that the former president never again gets anywhere near the Oval Office. No love lost between the two in a statement. Mr Trump calls List Trainee A bitter, horrible human being. CBS News Special

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Private Undisclosed Emails Leaked From the Mueller Investigation

The Daily Beans

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Private Undisclosed Emails Leaked From the Mueller Investigation

"Got another three hundred pages or so of underlying mueller investigation emails and texts and memos and in them we learned that don jr. vodka and kushner way more involved in russia talks than previously known at least to the public. I mean we knew Ivanka reportedly informed a co co-chair of her father campaign that her brother don jr. could make recommendations for military advisers while kushner offered details about his private meetings with henry kissinger We also learned that in january. Twenty seventeen manafort. Send an email to katy mcfarland. That's flynn's number two Saying i have some important information. I wanna share with you that i picked up my travels over the last month. Well she manafort was already you know knee deep in shit by this point she immediately fired off an email to flint. Saying hey given all. That's going on. Meet with them. And flynn said i would not be with him until we're in the hot seats unknown who he is working for and perception would not be good especially now they even knew it. They even knew it the record show. Flynn soliciting trump strategist bannon as far back as september twenty fifteen before bannon officially joined the campaign steve. He wrote just reaching back out. Let me know if mr trump needs any help with national security intel an intel community issues of foreign policy. So that's i think flynn's i reach out that december. He wrote corey lewandowski. And said i wanted to send this to you this past week but had forgotten shared a link to an article from russia state run sputnik news quoted. Flynn saying the. Us must work with russia and arab countries to defeat isis. He said this is an f. y. But something trump should at least be aware of. I have been very outspoken. On the issue at this point in the conflict with our current administration has run out of good options. also i met with president putin last thursday in moscow. We actually sat at dinner together. Merry christmas

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Facebook's Oversight Board Orders Review of Trump Ban

WSJ What's News

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Facebook's Oversight Board Orders Review of Trump Ban

"Facebook's independent oversight board has ruled that the company was justified in banning then president donald trump for his part in the january sixth riots on capitol hill but the board criticized facebook over how would enforce its rules for example in keeping trump off its platform indefinitely with no criteria for when or if his account would be restored. Here's oversight board. Co-chair michael mcconnell we're not cops ranging over the realm of social media and solving the world's ills. Our sole job is to hold this extremely powerful corporation facebook accountable for making clear consistent and transparent decisions showing neither fear or favor toward persons of political influence. The board is holding today. That facebook's treatment of mr trump's future posting privileges did not meet these standards and cannot continue without a sober and comprehensive review applying the same rules to mr trump neither better nor worse as applied everyone else. We are giving facebook six months to conduct. This review

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 Trump Launches New Communications Platform Months After Twitter, Facebook Ban

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Launches New Communications Platform Months After Twitter, Facebook Ban

"Donald J. Trump dot com Forward slash desk a site allowing him to communicate with his followers, posting comments, images and videos dubbed from the Desk of Donald J. Trump. The platform already features live messages from him, allowing supporters to share them Facebook or Twitter. But they can't reply Social media sites including Facebook and Twitter, banning Mr Trump in the wake of the riots on Capitol Hill, citing a risk of further incitement of violence. Facebook's oversight board will rule on whether to uphold the suspension Wednesday. Kristen Goodwin Fox News Astros Lose the opening game of a three game set to the Yankees in New York final 7 to 3 last

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Liz Cheney Criticizes Trump's Election Lie

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Liz Cheney Criticizes Trump's Election Lie

"Led effort to tighten some state voting laws is getting a new burst of support from former President Trump. Where CBS senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe, We will win the Senate, former President Trump and Wyoming congresswoman least, Cheney or Gods once again In a statement Monday, Mr Trump said the fraudulent presidential election of 2020 will be from this day forth known as the big Lie. Cheney fired back tweeting. The election was not stolen. Anyone who claims it was is spreading the big lie. Turning their back on the rule of law and poisoning our democratic system. Janey is facing primary challengers back home and could face another challenge to her position, is the third ranking House Republican with growing calls for her ouster from colleagues upset she keeps fighting publicly with the former president. Recent polls show most Republicans agree with Mr Trump. Seven in 10. Don't consider President Biden the legitimate winner of last year's election, and CBS News political analyst Leslie Sanchez says those air hard numbers for GOP leaders to ignore this is less an issue of being loyal to trump and more an issue of ensuring that the Republicans within their state feel that is a fair and legitimate election. Moving forward. Now. Texas Republican legislators air debating proposals to stop elections officials from sending unsolicited absentee ballot requests Ad stricter I d requirements for mail voting and make it easier for partisan poll watchers to observe his voters cast ballots. People

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Trump Optimistic About GOP Prospects in Speech to Donors

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Optimistic About GOP Prospects in Speech to Donors

"Former President Trump staked his claim to leadership of the Republican Party in a closed door speech to donors Saturday night. Casting his populist policies is the key to future Republican success. Mr. Trump also reinforces commitment of the GOP in the address as Republican officials pondered Trump's role in the party, his commitment to GOP fundraising and his plans for

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'The Hottest Ticket in Social Media': Trump Plots His Comeback

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

'The Hottest Ticket in Social Media': Trump Plots His Comeback

"What is former President Trump up to these days? But we're hearing that there's a major focus on social media. Former President Trump is looking to launch his own social media platform in the months ahead. I do think that we're going to see President Trump returning to social media and probably about two or three months here with his own platform, senior advisor Jason Miller on the Fox News show. Media Buzz. This is something I think will be the hottest ticket. Social media is gonna completely redefined the game and everybody is gonna be waiting and watching to see what exactly President Trump does, but it will be his own platform, Miller says. It will be big. Mr. Trump was permanently banned from his preferred platform of Twitter in January but has been sending tweet like statements from his office to reporters. Matt Piper CBS

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Trump looking to launch social media platform, adviser says

WMAL Programming

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Trump looking to launch social media platform, adviser says

"The Capitol riot, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook gave then President Donald Trump the boot. Now Mr Trump has a plan to get back on Social Media senior advisor Jason Miller. I do think that we're going to see President Trump returning the social media and probably about two or three months here with his own platform, and this is something that I think will be the hottest ticket in Social Media. Miller on His media buzz

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Trump pressured Georgia investigator to find 'the right answer' in baseless fraud push

WBZ Midday News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Trump pressured Georgia investigator to find 'the right answer' in baseless fraud push

"Of another Donald Trump phone call about George's vote tally immediately after the election. CBS is Steed Kay thin with more. The Wall Street Journal's obtained audio of a phone call President Trump made in December two, a Georgia investigator asking her to look for and find mail in ballot fraud. Radio comes out You'll be praised because everyone knows it's wrong. She'll be praised, he says for the right answer. The woman said she and others were interested. In uncovering the truth. Mr. Trump was widely criticized for another call revealed earlier urging Georgia's secretary of state to find the votes he needed to win. Steve Kay thin CBS News Now to the Boston mayoral race.

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House impeachment manager sues Trump, allies over riot

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

House impeachment manager sues Trump, allies over riot

"The house impeachment manager is suing former president trump congressman Eric Swalwell a California Democrat is suing former president trump accusing him of inciting the January sixth of Ryan at the U. S. capitol building the lawsuit alleges that then president trump waged an all out war on a peaceful transition of power he lied was followers says the suit claiming the election was stolen from them and finally called upon them to descend on Washington Mr trump spokesman called congressman Swalwell a low life with no credibility swell will suit also names several others including Donald Trump junior it was filed in federal court in Washington I'm Rita folate

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YouTube to lift Trump ban if violence threat falls, says CEO

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

YouTube to lift Trump ban if violence threat falls, says CEO

"Youtube apparently doesn't plan to ban the former president forever during an event hosted by think tank the atlantic council youtube. Ceo susan gysky reveals. The company will lift the ban against former president. Trump's account when refs determine the risk of violence has decreased she adds. It's hard to say when that will be but says it's pretty clear that there still is that elevated risk of violence youtube suspending. Mr trump's page following the breach of the capitol building twitter permanently suspending him facebook's oversight board will decide at a later date whether to uphold the ban of mr trump's facebook and instagram

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"mr trump" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"mr trump" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"809 2393856 o'clock. Talk with Darryl would before the break. We were talking about the use of video. The Intentional omission of certain words used by the president of the United States in that video presentation to the Senate. As the Democrats try to make their case against the president of the United States, claiming he incited a crowd. That went into mealy mode at the Capitol building on January 6th. Of course, I refute that. By simply playing the audio and letting you hear what the president said in his own words. Still, representatives Democrats like Jamie Raskin, the Democrat from Maryland. Impeachment manager in these proceedings for the Democrat Party talked about Mr Trump. Insulting the governor of Michigan as again one of those things done to incite the ground. Beginning in March, Trump leveled attacks on mission Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer for the coronavirus policies in her state. March 17th today after governor Wittmer pushed the federal government to better support the states. Covert 19 Trump criticized her handling of the pandemic tweeting Feeling Michigan Governor mints were Carter and be much more proactive. We're pushing her to get the job done. I stand with Michigan March, 2070 added. I love Michigan. One of the reasons we're doing such a great job for them during this horrible pandemic, Yet your governor Gretchen, half Wittmer is way in over her head. She doesn't have a clue likes blaming everyone for her own ineptitude. Hash tag mega April, Trump's rhetorical attacks and name calling turned to calls for mass mobilization of his supporters. This was a sign of things to come. Yeah, you see, this is how desperate they are to try to make the case and connect the dots. They are failing miserably, even if you take even if you take into account The lackluster performance of at least one lawyer on the president's team. The fact of the matter is they have not made their case that Donald Trump's words are responsible for whipping a crowd into a frenzy before we head to the phone lines. There is an update with regard to a story about the Fed's arresting a third Michigan resident. In the capital Riot probe Federal agents Thursday arrested A president Trump supporter. That's what the writers at the Detroit News call him someone from Shelby Township, accused of breaking into the U. S Capitol during the January 6th riot. James Allen Males 56 years old, posted Selfies after entering the capital and told investigators he traveled to Washington D C with 11 other like minded quote patriots and quote. Because quote he believed the 2020 presidential election to have been fraudulently decided. End quote. Well, folks, the last time I checked, that's not a crime. Perhaps his entry into the Capitol building could be, But it is not altogether clear that that is the case as well. He eventually received a court appointed lawyer and was released on bond quote, his solid faith, lifetime of work and family support. Or a family supported a release on an unsecured bond, and he'll answer to the charges in D. C and quote. So once again, I am quoting from the newspaper article. He's solid faith, lifetime of work and family supported a release on an unsecured bond, and he'll answer The charges in D. C that, according to his lawyer, Jonathan Epstein, of that appearing in of course, a Detroit news article about this particular arrest. The third such arrest with regard to residents from the state of Michigan, who were present at the Capitol mealy on January 6 out to the phone lines we go, let's say hello to Jim and Clinton Township. Jim. Thanks So much for your call your comment. Good evening, Darryl. Yes, sir. Um, Besides, that sound bite, dated and put in that Trump said peacefully. Uh, patriotic. Go down there. Let your voice be heard. There's nothing it's said about entering. But What they didn't talk about is that The FBI and several other Intelligence groups knew that there was going to be trouble ahead. And these were people. Looking to blow up something. Besides owning the building illegally, why would they leave a pipe bomb that so easily could be discovered? It all smells like antifa, except for the hand full of trump supporters of get caught up in the moment and stupidly went in the building. And I sincerely believe that Most of the people that were rebel rising that broken were antifa or so and people like well, A lot of people want to give you guff. If you take that position, I certainly know the first day the event occurred. January, 6th while I was still on the air. My opinion as I share with my audience was this. I'm not sure who these people are. But it doesn't sound like Trump supporters, and that's all I could say about it at that time, and I'm still standing by that particular opinion, Jim, I'm just not convinced that this was inspired by Trump supporters. Go ahead, Jim. Um, when they finish by saying that, um I know some of the people that went to D. C. I know a guy to talk to. He's part of the McCormick County Republican. Umm Party membership. Yeah. He told me that a lot of the people win and just didn't look like Trump supporters and didn't act like they were encouraging people to break the law. So that tells me something and plus I think that They knew about it ahead of time and wanted them to go in the building so they could pour it on Trump. Well, Jim, There are some reports starting to be on Earth. That indicate exactly what you are intimating that there may have been prior knowledge off trouble to come on January 6th, but it was not acted upon. We do not have definitive or conclusive information. In that regard, but we are continuing to look for and hopefully on Earth information to that degree about whom the perpetrators or even the architects of this chaos may actually be so stay tuned. We are like you very interested to find out Maurin that regard back to the phone lines. Skins in Livonia can thanks So much for your call your comment. Well, First of all, it's very important to know who your enemy is in how they think, and we should know by now that when we're talking about the Democrats and All of their supporters and allies, And unfortunately that would include so many within the Republican Party. We're dealing with those that would be correctly identified his status. We could also say Marxists, socialists and communists and there are what do we know by reading their books like the Communist Manifesto, which would be their Bible? And what do we know by looking at their behavior through history, current countries that follow their beliefs and Countries in the past, and they strongly encourage using mass deception. They strongly encouraged creating false narrative..

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"mr trump" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"mr trump" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Weekend Round up I'm Allison Keyes. The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump began this week and Democratic House impeachment managers show disturbing footage of the deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol. January 6, the White House says it is a reminder of why that can't happen again. This is Mr Trump's defense team calls the article of impeachment. Accusing him of inciting that riot and unconscious ITU Chinna active political vengeance. The former president's lawyers also say his speech to supporters on that day was ordinary political rhetoric. Mr. Trump's team took the unusual step of meeting with three Republican senators before beginning their arguments Friday, even though those senators air jurors in the trial to discuss their arguments. CBS is Nicole Kelly and joins us with more Democrats are very pleased with the presentation that the House impeachment managers put School where their work and senator it's like Delaware, Chris Coons, who said that it was very powerful, the urban calling it very emotional and in their minds, there really is no doubt that Former President Trump is culpable. Overall, The House impeachment managers also feel that they made a very strong and compelling argument. But quite frankly, when you look at the chamber on Wednesday, you had most of the senators sitting in their seats with rapt attention when that graphic security footage that hadn't been seen before, played out when they realized how Close They were to danger. But then the following day on Thursday, there were a lot of empty seats, and most of those were Republican seats. And so it does raise the question about the weather. Some Republican senators are starting to tune these arguments out. Do you think that part of the of the House impeachment managers strategy is to try and pull the nation and behind them, as well as the Republicans have basically said, Well, you can't prove the president did any of this, but If they can get people in the nation to believe them. Maybe it'll lessen the divide a little bit well. There was clearly a strategy to speak not on Lee to the senators in the room, but also to the American people to sway the court of public opinion. And at times during their arguments. You did hear the impeachment managers of reference the American public and encouraging people to follow along in their fact finding mission, So, yes. This is ultimately about trying to convince these senators to convict the former president. But it is also about explaining to the American people, in their view about why it's important to hold him accountable. So what's different about the Republican strategy because they clearly can't say that the violence didn't happen well. The president's defense team, the former president's defense team, is arguing that the former president's language is protected by the First Amendment. They claim that Politicians use strong language all the time, and that the former president was simply trying to encourage his supporters to fight for their rights. No different than any other politician might encourage their supporters, and they are even using In their view of what they say is incendiary language by Democrats to try to illustrate that point. CBS is Nicole Killian. CBS is Jeff Gaze was at the Capitol during that assault and has the latest on continuing security concerns. Yeah, it was on scene that tails on the West Capitol lawn. Watching people climb the walls. I did not make it inside. But what the House impeachment managers showed was this video of how intense the situation was inside. Especially in this new video, you see. Senator Mid me from Utah running from the mob that was coming the other way. He was saved by Eugene Goodman, the Capitol police officer who have gotten you know over the last month because of all of his heroic acts. Well, he stepped in and helped Senator Romney. Escaped mob that was coming the other way. And so you saw that video. You also saw video of Majority leader Chuck Schumer. Lu at that time was Was running with the help of his security detail away from the mob's one member of his security detail, had his gun out. So you know anyone who dismisses this mob attack? They should look at that video. This is real. It happened on I say that because you still have people who don't want to believe that this happened. But the scenes are chilling. And to think that it happened in this country at this landmark for democracy. It's still hard to believe. I've gotta ask you, Jeff. I know you said that you didn't make it inside. But how of great? Were you watching that happen? And being in the middle of that crowd outside, Because, frankly, it looked terrifying. You know, I wasn't afraid because, you know, as you know, doing this job, you end up covering some pretty unsettling things and seeing some unsettling things, So I wasn't Afraid, but I was still amazed by what I was seeing on. Even to this day, you know, as we get further out from the event itself I'm reminded daily. Just the images on how hard it is to believe that that actually happened. You know, it's still in some ways hard to believe that people attacked The capital of the United States that Americans did that, Uh and so I wasn't scared, but I was stunned, and I'm still stunned by what I saw that day. I've also got to ask you What do things looked like at the capital now? Is there still a fence up and are there security concerns? As this impeachment trial takes place. There are still security concerns because with law enforcement is seeing is this constant chatter online from people who are vowing to take action to cause chaos to to cause violence on so there is a high level of readiness here in Washington, D. C. When you go to the Capitol building, and this is a building prior to January, 6 that was open to the public. The most part. But now there are these security checkpoints in this 7 ft. Non scalable fence with razor wire on top, and that is still in place. You know, it was put in place in the days after January, 6 But we don't see it coming down any time soon because of these potential threats, you know, So we expect Washington D C to remain in this high level of readiness for some time to come, and by the way There are still 500 members, the National Guard. On standby as, uh, Quick action or it's just in case any sort of islands pops up. 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"mr trump" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mr trump" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"To acquit Mr Trump but lashed out at the former president in a harsh speech later, the free World cannot spend weeks thundering that shadowy forces are stealing our country and then feign surprise. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called McConnell's remarks disingenuous. Fox's chat program reporting, meanwhile, all eyes turning to the White House to see if the biting administration will still stand with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and light of new allegations of a covert 19 cover up in nursing homes. We did see the governor of York, Andrew Cuomo here at the White House. He had a chance to meet with President Biden, as well as other governors as they were talking about this covert relief package this bill that the stimulus package that the administration has been eager to get past now Cuomo is no stranger to democratic politics. And during the 2020 campaign, then candidate Biden repeatedly praised him over his handling of the pandemic and said So, on multiple times. I think he's doing a hell of a job. I think he has been the lead horse here. I've talked to him frequently. He's a friend. Last month, the White House was asked whether or not they would like to see Some sort of federal probe into what's been going on in New York. The White House saying. That was really a question for the Justice Department that they were not going to engage in. Questions like that box is Mark MEREDITH also knew tonight. White House Deputy Press secretary TJ Duck Low, has resigned a day after he was suspended for allegedly issuing a sexist and profane threat to a journalist seeking to cover his relationship with another reporter. America is listening to Fox News. This report is sponsored by eBay. Mission Valley Wreck.

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"mr trump" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"mr trump" Discussed on WTOP

"Miss a moment. Tell you t O p s top news is brought to you by van Meter homes. Find a home. That's right for you at Van Meter Homes calm. Good evening. I'm Kyle Cooper. Lawrence for Tony. Jack is our producer tonight coming up. The U. S Senate votes to acquit former President Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial on Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller a proposal for tax credits for those who get the diaper banks. I'm Liz Anderson. Virginia says phony unemployment claims could tally in the millions during the pandemic. I'm John Doe, but the ice storm warning for the D C area has been canceled but still bring along that coat. All the weather is horrible. It's a bad night to be out on the roadways will have an update in just a couple of minutes here. NW T o p In Washington. It's 9 31 history making day here in Washington just over a year after he was acquitted in his first impeachment trial, the Senate today voted to acquit former President Trump in his second impeachment trial. Wtlv is Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. The vote of 57 43 was announced by Senator Patrick Leahy, who presided over the trial, They said judges that's responded Donald John Trump. Former president. United States is not guilty as charged the articles impeachment in closing arguments, Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin, the lead impeachment manager, had urged senators to convict on the charge of incitement of insurrection related to the attack on the Capitol last month. Well, we restore the honor of our capital. With Senate condone the president of United States inciting a violent attack on our chambers, our offices our staff in the officers who protect us. Defense Attorney Michael Vander Wien argued that the former president can't be held responsible for what a mob did after he spoke on January 6th, no matter how much truly horrifying footage We see of the conduct of the rioters and how much emotion has been injected into this trial. That does not change the fact that Mr Trump His innocent seven Republicans joined Democrats in voting to convict making this the most bipartisan impeachment trial in U. S history. Still, no president has ever been convicted in a Senate trial on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. OBY News Tonight. President Trump is reacting to the acquittal, Mr. Trump issued a statement saying, in part this has been yet another phase of the greatest witch hunt in the history of our country. No president has ever gone through anything like it. CBS correspondent Skylar Henry in the statement. Mr Trump, thanks the Republicans who voted with him and rips Democrats, saying It's a sad commentary on our times that one political party in America is given a free pass to denigrate the rule of law. New poll taken before the Senate vote today found that 43% of people believed former President Trump had a lot of responsibility for the January 6 riot. You got the Economist Pull also finds those question think President Trump is the worst president in U. S history. He got the highest percentage of 46% President Obama was named the best U S president barely beating out Abraham Lincoln. The margin of error is plus or minus 3% points coming up after traffic and weather. We are concerned that the conditions still could be extremely slippery in the morning. It's slippery out there tonight and may not be much better. By tomorrow morning. We'll talk to V dot as they battle the ice Tonight. It's 9 33 in Washington. Turn your used car into a life changing opportunity for someone with disabilities or an injured veteran.

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"mr trump" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"mr trump" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"If even a substantial number of US stand with representative Green Today, violent extremists will see it as another sign that they have a legitimate place in our national debate. Texas Republican ship. Roy, though, had a warning, So we shouldn't be wasting the time of this body attacking a member of this body. This will not end well. Some Republicans fear the action will lead to more calls remove members of a Delta Majority Party doesn't like. Meanwhile, GOP lawmakers pointed to Democrats like Minnesota's Ilan Omar, who made controversial remarks against Jews. Before she was elected as reason, maybe to remove her from committees. Second impeachment trial of former president Trump scheduled to begin next week. Speaking with Salem radio Network this week, Arkansas Republican Senator Tom Cotton says he's opposed to the proceedings from the very day that health have it snap impeachment. President Trump that it was beyond the Senate's constitutional authority to have a basement proceeding against the former president. Cotton believes many Americans see the folly of holding an impeachment trial to remove a president who's already out of office and now living As a private citizen. Meanwhile, House Democrats want the former president to testify under oath challenging him to respond to their charge that he incited a riot to storm the capital. January 6th Mr Trump's lawyers dismissed the request as nothing more than a public relations stunt. On Wall Street. Dow futures up 51 points early NASDAQ's ahead by 53. The S and P. 500 is up by nine. News and analysis. Town hall dot com. Good morning class. Quick headcount. Tiffany here, Zach Yo, Steven. Is he absent again?.

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"mr trump" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"mr trump" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Domestic turmoil and foreign turmoil. This last week. It's early in the Biden administration Conclusions Air Impossible, Just observations. There was a coup in Myanmar, for example. You don't pick it. You don't know it's coming. How you react is how your foreign policy team engages happens with every president right now, however. This president is going to be challenged by an event that's never happened before the impeachment trial of a former president by the U. S Senate, on television or off television on video packages or Perhaps later on be re created by the media. But in any event, it's coming up. It's all unprecedented. Seven. Very good evening to you. The first question to ask Is well Mr Trump appear in his own defense. We have news today from the Trump team that he will not appear in his own defense. Why? Because it's the president's opinion told through his representatives. That this proceeding is unconstitutional, strikingly similar to the position that the U. S. Senate Republicans have taken in these last days that it's unconstitutional to prosecute or to impeach politically impeach. Former president. To what to do What I said. What is your measure now? Because we're trying to be cynical here. What is your measure? Now? Did Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, get into this? Not having an exit? Are they Are they on a treadmill? They can't get off good evening to you said. Good evening, John. Well, what's happened since last February? I mean, nothing I did Did they suddenly win another 16 seats in the Senate? No, they barely have a majority. If I they don't have a majority every time something you know, tendentious, so controversial, has to be voted upon in the upper house. Kamala Harris is gonna have to jump in her beasts and get across D C and vote the type of breaking vote so he will not be convicted on unless something catastrophic happens in the next few days. Donald Trump will not be convicted off incitement to insurrection. As you noted Jason Miller, his senior advisor, who's now works for the The office of the former president, as established last week in Florida, has stated the president will not turn up for this Ferragamo despite their manager, impeachment manager Raskin Jamir asking, demanding that the president has show up on Capitol Hill. They're not going to because this is unconstitutional as the president's new lawyer, one of his two new new toys. Mr Castor has stated the Constitution is explicit when it states that the goal of the objective off impeachment in the Senate trial is to remove a president from office. Well, then you can't have an impeachment trial of somebody who's not the president. We try every week to put ourselves in the minds of the people who make these decisions When they're in the majority again. It is On the one hand and attempt to make sure he doesn't run for president again. But they don't have the votes. So on the other hand, it's just in logical, hate filled, ideologically determined. Attempt to I think at best Smith Donald Trump it out of the last four years that failed utterly because he got 12 million more votes than he did in 2016. It is another. Utterly futile exercise. We're told that the House managers have attempted to the technical term is cure the original charge against the present, which is incitement to insurrection. That turns out to be very inarticulate and not useful when it comes to making an argument. Insurrection is quite considerably different, and so is incitement from what we witnessed on January 6 so in in their attempt to cure The new charges, dereliction of duty Now this did not exist in the original House Impeachment vote, which happened in eight hours, so it is puzzling that you get to change directions. Midway through your march to the Senate. But because this is a political exercise, and the Democrats have the majority in the house. Apparently it's OK. It doesn't change the problem, which is that this is said to be unconstitutional. It does bring forth a new brain twister. Dereliction of duty. How is it the president's job to intervene in the inability we're still getting facts of the Capitol police, the FBI, the National Guard, other authorities all gathered in Washington and great number within a few days of this incident. How is it they didn't intervene? It's their job. Yeah, especially how is it? Dereliction of beauty When the physical the physical breach of the capital occurred 40 minutes before the president finish talking. You're still giving a speech. I was there in the front row in the Ellipse in front of the White House. He spoke. It was a bloomin cold January, the six and he spoke for more than an hour. And the people who entered the building did so while he was still talking, they may try to cure it as they try to cure your tens of thousands of ballots in the father Pennsylvanian elsewhere, but at the end of the day, they have to take it back to the house. Are they prepared to do that? Or were they just ride roughshod over the Constitution, as they did with the eight hour impeachment when whether individual charged or being charged, was not allowed to be present or have his counsel present where no one Says that no evidence was proffered by by Nancy Pelosi. Anything's possible, given the travesty that was the original impeachment, but but let's just put this into the broader context. John were more than two weeks. Into the Biden administration, and they have the White House. They have the House of Representatives and the Senate. They still haven't passed a covert bill..

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"mr trump" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"mr trump" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"What it was before Mr Trump took office, the other addresses, reproductive Health and memory University. My predecessors attack on women's health access. But is the president relying too much on EOS White House press Secretary Jen Psaki pushing back on criticism, saying job one is to get his covert 19 package through Congress president signal that this is their top priority right now. No surprise getting that Coben relief package passed, but so many Republicans have said it's dead on arrival. It's too expensive. It's too wide ranging. They're not going to do. It s so the question is, at what point do they abandoned bipartisan efforts and just try and figure out how to pass this with just Democrats, and they could do that, But it's gonna take some maneuvering. ABC is Karen Travers, California reporting 737 Covert 19 fatalities in the last 24 hours. It's second deadliest day of the pandemic. To South Carolina residents the first known US cases of the South African covert 19 variant. The UK variants been detected in at least 29 states. A study by Pfizer says it's vaccine likely works against both variants. That research has not yet been pure researched. AH GOP leader pays a visit to the former President House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy meeting for lunch with former President Donald Trump at Mar a Lago in a statement following their meeting, McCarthy says Trump is committed to helping Republicans win races in the House and Senate in 2022. McCarthy's visit comes at a tumultuous time for the Republican Party. He makes no mention of what else the two talked about, and if Trump spoke with him about McCarthy's comments regarding his role in inciting the insurrection. Has delicate Terra ABC News Washington Stocks closed higher today. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station use station K T a R on hair 92 3 FM online at K T A. R Calm and streaming Live on the KTs are new Zap, You're breaking news and traffic now. It's 402. I'm Jacki Lynn. Here's our top story too violent fugitive criminals have been recaptured and they're going back to prison where they belong. The involvement with all the agencies here truly locked down the area. We they didn't get far for a reason. And Katya is Peter, say more joins us live to explain how it all went down. Becky's agents captured them dirty and in their prison issue orange pants in a Coolidge cotton field, they would not obey commands. Both of them said Just Shoot me. You're both asking for the cool HPD officers and the deputy marshals to kill him. U S Marshal for Arizona. David Gonzales says agents Taser them instead, police Commander Mark their sorrow. We are good police department because of our excellent citizens in the city of Coolidge, they do excellent work..

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"mr trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"mr trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Was a glimpse of inaugurations past this inauguration was like no other without the hundreds of thousands of people on the mall because of covert 19, But with 25,000 National Guardsmen occupying the capital to prevent a repeat of the rides from two weeks before it did share with earlier inaugurations, the attention of the entire world And Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, thinks President Biden used it to start to rebuild alliances that had suffered under his predecessor at the back of every allies head Just the concern over whether this divided country can be there for them and also what comes in four years and to put it bluntly. How are they tie understand where America is in the ark of its history, where the last four years the operation This is now the restoration of the normal or will it turn out that the last four years we're harming her? We'll have four years of Joe Biden. But then we got then we're going to return to some version of Trumpism. With or without the man. And that's the question mark that Mr Trump planted around the world rich I want if there's one place in which we shouldn't really expect too much of a deviation because we did here in a confirmation testimony from Tony Blinken, and he seemed to indicate maybe they would be just as tough on China as President. Trump had been in by the way. Janet Yellen, the nominee for Treasury, also had some harsh things to say about China. I think they'll be more consistency than that difference there. David, You're exactly right. I think it reflects a shift in American thinking about China. It's a bipartisanship. Much more critical, much more skeptical. But this is a very different China. This is she Asian things. China, it's more repressive at home economically, it's not evolved in ways that people expected or hoped for. Stronger militarily. It's much more assertive diplomatically. So I think you're going to get you're going to get a much more pushback from the United States. Richard, this is Rick Davis in Washington. And I wanted to get back to sort of the global point of view. Because you're right. I mean, I've spent a lot of time travel around the world and where there's a lot of questions, but heads of state over sort of what is the ark of the U. S. And obviously, I think Biden leaned into that President Biden leaned into that by talking about re engagement and and by the power of our example, I think was his quote. And what would those examples be in the near term? I mean, what would you like to see this administration do Either through his Cabinet members of the president or the vice president to actually try to get back in the game and re established that kind of global trust. Well, the biggest thing would be competence and progress versus covert 19 might be the single most important national security. Statement the United States could make I think, rebooting. To some extent the American economy, American economic growth would be welcome The demonstration that our politics our institutions can hold. You will have the United States reenter. Various international orations. We left the Paris climate accords the World Health Organization, and there will be a big emphasis on simply talking to allies Consultations. That suggests multilateralism, which basically puts an end to two things. It puts it into America acting on its own in the world, which was something that Mr Trump's stood for, and it also puts that into the Bias towards isolationism. So this so be it administration that will lean into diplomacy and foreign policy, and it will lead into a collective approach. And I think for the most part, that will be welcome. So Richard a bar hacking expression from an old car commercials. I recall this ain't your father's. World anymore. I mean, what gave rise to the post World War? Two structures doesn't obtain anymore. So it's not just about her going backward, right? It has to go forward. Is there a vision? Does the Biden camp have a vision? How we could rebuild better. It's a great question, David. The answer is not yet so. I think the initial thrust of the administration would be what I would describe his repair things for adjustment. Talking about this stabilized the home front. Get the United States back on the playing field of international organizations and diplomacy to revive alliances. And then you've got the heavy lifting. What will the United States do these to be Russia and China to manage those great power rivals? What will we actually do on climate can restructure the digital space, which is clearly essentially the Wild West. What can we do for the world is better prepared for the next pandemic and is better able to deal with the existing one. So I think that's you know, there's a little bit of time there. That's why you got to get everybody up to speed in their jobs. Got to get the inspiration sees system working, but I think the quote the idea of innovation of moving forward, we're not going to know that for a few months. But that will be the ultimate test of this administration's foreign policy. That was Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations and author of the bestselling book, The World.

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"mr trump" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"mr trump" Discussed on WTOP

"Some are not only more contagious. What could make the current vaccines less effective. CBS is moral any reports from New York the UK bury it now detected in at least 22 states amid a stark warning from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson that the new strain could be 30% more deadly. All is the United States faces a vaccine reckoning. We will, by the end of today, fully utilize all of the dosages that have been delivered California setting a record for covert deaths. It lost it. Angeles County, 14,000 have now died from the virus on return to a prominent virus management and White House advisory role. Dr. Anthony Fauci reflected on the Trump administration's pandemic response, telling CBS Sunday morning. I think if we had Had The public health messages from the top. Right through down to the people in the trenches be consistent. That things might have been different. In fact, I'm pretty sure they would have been different this as President Biden tries to put the focus on the economic fall out from the pandemic. In addition to the health crisis, the president says, a lot of America is hurting. We have the tools to help people. So let's use the tools. Oh, used him. Now, Mr Biden signed two executive orders more names to expand access to food stamps and ensure Americans who didn't earn enough to file a tax return can still get the relief payments there. Do Another requires federal contractors to pay at least a $15 an hour minimum wage. The president is leaning on Congress to pass a $2 trillion package that he says would speed up a return to full employment. Stephen Portnoy. CBS News The White House and he was Senate Majority Leader says the House is going to send over its article of impeachment against former President Trump on Monday with a Senate trial. Mr Trump's second to start February 8 this in connection with the January 6th assault on the capital by Trump supporters, and we are and came out of southern poverty to play ball. First in the old Negro leagues, then in the majors and played it, like few others ever have through 23 record setting seasons, breaking Babe Ruth's career record for home runs. I gave baseball everything that I had Everything every ounce.

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"mr trump" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"mr trump" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"If he's acquitted again, it enables a Josh Holy or Ted Cruz or anyone else to take those next steps toward fascism, whereas if he's Convicted. It actually might have a practical effect in terms of reversing that tied in Republican America. What do you think? Well, I agree with you that the stakes are probably even higher than we're capable of imagining right now, because this this is one of these is one of these turning points where how you tell the story of what's happening is just as important as the event itself. No. They're already all kinds of versions out there from Mr Trump and from others, you know, to the effect that It was just free speech, or it was actually it was actually the left and storm the capital, or, you know, whatever. Whatever it might be, and impeachment and trial is one way of trying to keep the story straight. And as a historian, one thing I can say is that that's actually not that straightforward. You know, you need to have processes, including investigations, which create the facts and create the documents. Help the nation to understand five for 15 or 50 years down the road, what happened and what's important. As for my take on the politics, I mean, my take on the politics is that very soon? It will not be the Democrats. But the Republicans who will be keen on getting Mr Trump out of politics. I mean, that might already be true. It's just not something that they can say aloud. Very well. But it might have my analysis is right that the Republicans who are basically you know the gamers, the ones who managed the system like Mr McConnell. They want him out because he's a loser in 2024. And even if you are holier cruise, you know when you want to inherit this story, That doesn't necessarily mean that you want Mr Trump in politics, right? Actually, you need to have him out of politics. You don't want to be. You don't want to have him with the story when it's the same story you're trying to use so I could be wrong about all this, but my sense is that Republicans, I mean, it's going to shift very quickly after January 20th. I think I think after January 20th It's going to be the Republicans who are not going to say it aloud, but I think they're gonna be once you're going to be sitting on their hands, hoping that there are 67 votes. Well, they're about six other big angles in your New York Times. I say that we could pursue if we had time like help Plato and Aristotle predicted Trump and a few other things. But I know you got to go. So I want to thank you very much. For your essay and for sharing it with us today Historian of fascism Timothy Snyder the pamphlet as he referred to it that he published in 2016 is on tyranny on tyranny and The New York Times essay that many of you may have seen this week. It's called the American Abyss. Thank you so much. It's my pleasure, Brian Lehrer and W N. Y. C more to come. It took a violent mob for some in mainstream media to hear what journalists of color have long been saying about the dangers of white supremacy. Where do we the media go from here? We're gonna talk about it. Plus, we chat with filmmaker Kemp Powers of Soul and one night in Miami..

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"mr trump" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"mr trump" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Scoffed it calling. That's impeachable. If we impeached every politician who gave a fiery speech to a crowd of partisans, this capital would be deserted. The vote to impeach was 232 to 197 10. Republicans voting in favor President Trump the first president to be impeached twice. Reacting in a video released by the White House, violence and vandalism have absolutely no place in our country and no place in our movement. Making America great again has always been about defending the rule of law. Supporting the men and women of law enforcement and upholding our nation's most sacred traditions and values. President did not specifically mention impeachments and from the president elect, the president elect kept his thoughts to himself. We did not see him or hear from him over the last couple days, the president elect has not taken an official position for or against Trump's impeachment, instead, just repeating a line the dates back to the earliest days of his campaign that he doesn't think Trump is fit for office. And that's why he ran in the first place. Fox is Peter Do you see the process Next moves to the U. S Senate, which is supposed to hold a trial to determine if Mr Trump should be removed from office. But Senate Republican leader McConnell rejecting it attempts to bring the Senate back in session sooner than the day before Inauguration Day, making an unclear whether the Senate would proceed with the trial. Whether chief Justice John Roberts would agree to preside over one America is listening to Fox News. I heard the good news about covert 19 vaccines. Yeah, they're coming. But you could do a lot more than just wait. See, you have the power to help slow the spread. Actually, you could be a real difference maker and protect your family and loved ones too..

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"mr trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"mr trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Designed to track the Hang Sang index and there are US sanctioned telecommunications companies in that index and the knives they're coming out now. Former HK May Chief Joseph Yam told media that State Street is no longer fit for its duty. As a manager. Others have said the fund should pick a non US manager and trust Steve All right. Let's take a look at currencies, Dahlia and one of 3 55, so that weakness in the dollar has helped the endgame. The euro is trading at a dollar 22 right now. W crude $53.69 up about 9/10 of 1%. 19 minutes past the hour. Let's get a news update. Here's Ed Baxter in San Francisco head. All right, Brian, with an eye on what's going on in the House representatives in Washington D. C and we're getting a headline. Across the Bloomberg terminal that the House is adopt a measure to find massless lawmakers on defined Trento wracked my memory. I think it's $1000 a day is what I read earlier. They want $2000 a day. At least that was the resolution. I go back and check for you. This is the House is debating sending. Ah, Vice President Mike Pence the 25th amendment, saying that he should use it to remove Donald Trump. Mr. Pence has messaged House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that he's not going to do that. Meanwhile, Mitch McConnell says he's pleased Democrats are going ahead with impeachment because it will purge Mr Trump from the Republican Party. FBI says a capital siege investigation is unprecedented and that it expects hundreds of arrests in the coming weeks, and Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy has decided to allow National Guard members being sent to D C through next week to carry weapons. It should be noted firearms were carried by members of the capital mob last week. But they will not say how many weapons will be carried by the guard in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, this is Bloomberg Poll. All right, thanks, said. I guess, for the half hours, James about it. He's managing director and chief investment officer at Center Asset Management and James earning season almost upon us again. I'm wondering what I your expectations, specially ran guidance when you look at it through the lens of some of the valuations that we're seeing. Yeah, I think you know that's the key thing with the right to expectations, But you know that it's It's undeniable that you're seeing a lot of bottom up strength, particularly in certain industries within the material sector, mainly chemicals, certain cyclical segments of technology in other areas of the market. I think overall, what you're seeing essentially is that the market is anticipating Some degree of strength. Even though you looking at you know growth rates still being negative overall for the S and P 500 thing around minus 10% in earnings minus 1% in revenue. It's only when you get into 21 2021 you start to see positive revenue growth and earnings growth, But in essence, the market is discounting. You know the strength that you're seeing in commodity link sectors, cyclicals and other areas, and particularly the breakdown and some of the more defensive areas like utilities and Staples is telling us that indeed this economic recovery Mainly lead in the manufacturing sector and goods producing sectors is for real in terms of efficiency. If you look at the top line versus the bottom line are are you expecting to see Good performance to get us the bottom line number, or is it really going to be more a matter of creative accounting? You know, that's always a key. You no worry of ours in the sense of creative accounting, and you know, even duffer. Whatever kind of adjustments you wanna make. Maybe we work was the poster child and making adjustments for You know, different metrics and so forth. But you know, in all seriousness, and when you look at Q 1 2021 revenue and earnings growth. It's the very first time in a long time that we've seen the leverage the operating leverage starting to kick in what I mean by that. It's when expectations of earnings growth which are on par or estimated, be around 60%. With revenue growth around 6%, where earnings growth is a multiple or outpaces revenue growth. We were seeing there for the past almost two years. Um you know this negative operating leverage, which is a big concern of ours, which was that you know, earnings growth was actually a lower number than revenue growth, which told you that acid efficiency was declining, and you had a bloat. Essentially in resource is that we're being dedicated to generate a every diminishing increase in revenues. So we're finally starting to see that now. You have to then divorce, the fundamentals in terms of performance and operations to valuation, and that's really a separate issue and really why. I think it's creating an opportunity for some stock selection and sector opportunities as we progress this year. And as we do progress this year, would you expect to see an uptick in M and a activity You know, it's really going to depend upon what we're seeing in terms of the buoyancy of stock markets. You know, the one thing that you can tie both M and a activity and stock repurchases, too, is corporate confidence. And corporate confidence nowadays is almost as 100% correlation to stock prices. So if the market stays stays high, I think you'll continue to see M and a activity move higher. And actually, what you'll also see is, you know, just capital investment Start toe Pick back up and stock buyback Start Theo move higher from basically very depressed levels that we saw last year as companies were trying tol conserve cash in the face of the pandemic. James just got about 10 seconds left. I'm just wondering what the biggest risk you see out there at the moment is The risk is that we don't you know, basically have a smooth transition in monetary policy and that inflation basically moves much, much higher than people expect. And let's not forget that High.

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"mr trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"mr trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Parlor finds a replacement Web host Susanna Palmer, Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. Chip shortages throttling pickup truck manufacturing in Texas. That story from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Toyota is cutting production of its full size pickup and blaming the global shortage of semiconductors. It's trimming tundra manufacturing by 40% in San Antonio. The Tundra is the poor cousin to the way more popular midsize Tacoma. That's been the best selling truck and it's segment for a decade. Ford, Fiat, Chrysler and Nissan have also recently said they'd have to cut production because of a chip crunch, and manufacturers are expected to continue to prioritize their high profit vehicles to deal with this problem. These Pellegrini Bloomberg tape Rick Asia. All right, let's have a look at what's happening in the financial markets. We got there. The Asian trading week just dueling and got the Aussie market underway. Muted Start there, down on 10th of 1%. Let's get the details on Bloomberg's Dog. Christmas. Yeah, down 1/10 of 1% in early trading in Sydney. This is going to be the first opportunity for Asian markets to reacted the record highs that we had here in equities on Friday. Dow S and P NASDAQ comp all at record levels. And that was precipitate precipitated by President elect Biden, saying he's going to put together a multi trillion dollar relief package. Disappointing nonfarm payrolls data for the month of December We were down for the first time in terms of jobs. First time since April. Even so, we had to move up slight move higher and long term interest rates. 10 year Treasury last quoted in New York A deal of 1.11% will have no trading and US sovereign debt. In Japan because of a market holiday. They're so Treasuries will not trade until the London session going to be very interesting to see what happens to Ali Baba and 10 Cent. When Hong Kong is up and running in about two hours time These companies were not on the list of black listed firms from the US Treasury. So later today in Asia, we're going to get China inflation data. Will have consumer prices. They're expected to be a flat and then when you look at the P P I factory deflation is expected to have moderated somewhat little pull back in the end here not by much in his wrist shed earlier. We've got the asx 200 down about 2/10 of 1% or shot. All right. Well, let's find out what's happening in the leadership in the U. S. House of representatives that because the saying going forward, they are going forward with impeachment proceeding against Donald Trump beginning tomorrow, Ed back says covering global news. The clock is ticking. Yeah, it is Russian. It'll be a tight squeeze, or will it There's some different views on how this should actually proceed at this point. Joining us live as Bloomberg Congressional reporter Billy House, Billy Thanks so much again. Let's start with the impeachment articles drawn advertised. It looks as if that part of the puzzle definitely is going forward. Correct. It does. But first of all on this is breaking news. Just his second speaker. Pelosi has sent a letter to her colleagues saying they will first tomorrow bring a unanimous consent request. In other words, ask everybody to go along with the resolution. Asking the vice president to convene the Cabinet to activate the 20th amendment to declare president incapable of, but that won't go through. So after that falls through Plus, he says they will seek a unanimous consent or legislation to go ahead with the impeachment. Resolution the following day that won't go through, But so Democrats will bring it to the floor and they're likely will be a vote for impeachment by Wednesday. Yeah, bye. Wednesday. Now this This is gonna be a very different process from from the Ukraine and Russia interference hearings, isn't it? I mean, they're just gonna move this thing through. Let's call it snap second impeachment because you right, remember, we had weeks of hearings and expert testimony and congressional and constitutional experts. But this is not going to be that. And I guess the argument for Democrats is we've got enough video. We've got that tape out there to show everybody what what Trump said. In what happened. So now? Yeah, there A lot of people I'm seeing express their opinions Congress people in both the Senate And the house, saying that it's very important for Joe Biden get his 1st 100 days under his belt. Get programs going, get confirmations going. There are plans to do one of the house and then delay in the Senate correct. Well, that's some one of the strategies being discussed. That hasn't been decided. You're absolutely correct. Ato House doing a lightning strike Impeachment means that the Senate will have to do a trial. Of course, Impeachment is one thing being convicted of impeachment charges is another. We all learned and saw last year. The question is does the new president went the 1st 100 days of his administration overshadowed by an impeachment trial, especially of a president who's no longer president? So that's what they're wrestling with and whether they could delay the trial somehow, after a house impeachment Yeah, And there been calls from several quarters for Mr Trump's resignation. You mentioned that that's obviously not going to happen that you mentioned the 25th amendment. I saw one report over the weekend. Mr Trump. Mr. Pence met like at the last week. And then there are many more others to say they haven't spoken. Do you know what's going on in that quarter? The latest reports is that they really haven't spoken on that They have been for the last several days, efforts to get somebody in his circle to talk to the president. It's not that somebody people in the Cabinet members to consider with Pence in removing him when the 25th amendment none of that seems to be going anywhere. And so the house is taking is looking to action this week on their own, okay and some pretty while we only have about 45 seconds here, but there's some pretty scary stories coming out of congressional office today. About just how tense it really was not only for Democrats but for Republicans. Absolutely. And I was among those with lawmakers and a few reporters trapped or its security thing. On your way. Looking at it in the House chamber is they were banging on the doors. We were rescued or let out in through the back door. But there were some tense Harry moments and I live some of those myself. Yeah, hand some questions about how the the mob managed to get into offices that weren't marked and know exactly where they were. Actually, there's an internal review going on right now on Capitol police about how it was. The doors that weren't even marked, you know, were known to be either a leader's office or somebody else's office. Very strange. All right, Billie. Thanks So much for your help. We really appreciate it. Billy House of Bloomberg Congressional reporter, and, Yeah, the the the hothead that he mentioned coming in the headline upon the Bloomberg just went up. So we really gotta first the U. S house will bring impeachment legislation of the floor. Okay, guys Back to you, Brian. Yes. So unanimous consent that will go down unanimous consent. It'll go down and then the full house vote on Wednesday. That's very interesting. A very good interview. Thank you very much, Ed. Let's get to sports Stand. Schwartzman Has it Tottenham Dan dominating at the F A cup? Yeah, Brian, they do. They move on to the fourth round of the cup of dominating five mil won over a tear Marine Carlos Vinicius scoring a hat trick. The match of featured the biggest gap in the English football pyramid. Income history as 161 Place is separated the Spurs for Marine elsewhere, Chelsea shuts out more Calm four nil it Stamford Bridge Will Manchester.

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"mr trump" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"mr trump" Discussed on KTOK

"In happening today in America. Well, this week will go down as one of the most consequential weeks in American history. First to Georgia, where a typically conservative state that hasn't elected a Democrat to the Senate in decades flipped for Joe Biden and too far left politicians By far the most important factor in Georgia. Electing those senators was the African American vote. Nearly a third of the entire electorate is black in the peach state, and they voted for the Democrats by 93%. And that was enough to turn Georgia blue. So voters in Georgia handed Chuck Schumer control of the Senate, with future vice president Comma Harris delivering the deciding vote. Survived now is tremendous power to enact his party's far left agenda on last moderate Democrats like West Virginia's Joe Manson. Locket. Raphael Warnock will be up for re election in Georgia in just two years so the Senate can change hands if the Democrats failed. Out of Washington, where rioters as you know storm the U. S Capitol after President Trump delivered a defiant speech on the White House law, Mr Trump refusing to concede the election despite Everything that's happened. Holding a quote Save America rally as lawmakers met to certify the election results, which they did. Thousands of Trump supporters took to the streets, resulting in an assault on the U. S Capitol building. Mr Trump, ultimately telling the demonstrators to go home in peace, but the damage by that time I was done. So to sum it up. The historic 2020 election is now over. Thank God Joe Biden will take office on January 20. The senator split 50 50, but the Democrats hold the advantage. The last time the Democrats control both chambers. And the White House. America veered to the left. Passing legislation like Obama care. Will 78 year old Joe Biden lurch left and cave into the progressives. Ask me again in a few weeks. Coming.

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"mr trump" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"mr trump" Discussed on WTOP

"Democratic calls that Mr Trump be impeached for a second time. CBS is Natalie brand, CBS News has learned. A group of House Democrats could introduce a new article of impeachment as early as Monday for incitement of insurrection, alleging President Trump's conduct on Wednesday gravely endanger the security of the United States. Rhode Island Congressman David Sis Cellini helped author the resolution. This is a president who incited in attempted coup to stop A the certification of the next president. I says to remain in power. Alaska's Lisa Murkowski is now the first GOP senator to call for the president to resign. Twitter has permanently banned President Trump and CBS. Steve importantly, with more the ultimate deep platform, in an account with more than 88 million followers zapped none of its content accessible. Twitter says it took the action to prevent further incitement of violence. For nearly a decade, Donald Trump used Twitter to express views that would lead him to the Republican nomination in 2016 and ultimately to the White House. Last October, he told 60 minutes. I think I wouldn't be here. If I didn't have social media. He used it to govern to reverse administration policy, cajoled his allies insult his critics and fire his own advisers. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington CBS is Jeff Gaze reports on a couple of arrests. After what happened on Capitol Hill, You may have seen the picture of the man who had his feet up on Nancy Pelosi's desk. He was taken into custody today. Hey, is someone who went on the radio try to get on TV a few times bragging about the fact that he was one of the people who broke into her office. Also West Virginia A lawmaker was arrested today he was caught on camera leading some of the mob. Into the Capitol building, breaking through some of the doors and windows. The California woman who falsely accused a black teenager of stealing her cell phone in New York City makes a court appearance. CBS is Daniel back. It's the two year old me upon. Seto appeared remotely in front of a California judge Friday She faces at least four charges, including attempted robbery, endangering the welfare of a child and attempted assault in connection with the confrontation with a teenager that went viral. In North Korea. Would you have news anchors report that leader Kim Jong Eun has raised the threat level, saying he might expand his nuclear arsenal in response to what he calls hostile American policy. His comments are seen as applying pressure on the incoming Biden administration. This is CBS News. You'll be a.

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"mr trump" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"mr trump" Discussed on WTOP

"Zhang Reports. Trump has spent his entire presidency relying on Twitter to communicate to nearly 90 million followers. But tonight that power is gone. When Twitter suspended his personal accounts, citing the risk of further incitement of violence. It then quickly deleted new tweets from the president's official government account, seen, etc. Ensure, says Mr Trump has some 88 million followers. President Trump decides to rejoin the Internet and find ways to send out messages. It's going to be a lot harder for him to mask the influence he had before. Political analyst Larry Sabbath. A lot of people are asking, Why did it take them until the last 10 11 12 days of his presidency? To do this? The president says he's considering building his own social media platform. CBS News Special Report. I'm Jennifer Keiper new reporting tonight on the situation inside the White House in the wake of the Wednesday capital riot CBS is Major Garrett reports that top White House advisers have talked to Treasury Secretary Mnuchin, chief of Staff Meadows as well as vice president Pence and the consensus among them is that Mr Trump will not resign. He continues to ask about his ability to pardon himself before he leaves office as he worries about future legal exposure. It's not clear if a noticeable number of House Republicans would vote for it. But the pressure is building around House Republicans, and it's enormous. Major Garrett reports that K Street and the corporations that back them have made it clear they will cut ties with Republicans who back Mr Trump in any impeachment vote. The other side is the Trump inspired GOP base that might launch primary challenges against House Republicans who vote for impeachment. Now. CBS just talked about this in their update. But let's tell you again that Twitter has banned President Trump this evening, the social network, putting out a statement saying after close review of recent tweets from the at Real Donald Trump account and the context around them, we have permanently suspended the account due to the risk of further incitement of violence. Mr Trump tried to tweet from different handles this evening. But those tweets were followed and they were deleted by Twitter. Twitter statement tonight includes some disturbing information to it says plans for future armed protests have already begun proliferating on and off Twitter, including a proposed secondary attack on the U. S. Capitol as well as on state Capitol buildings on January 17th. Congressional Democrats planning a second impeachment of Mr Trump, starting with the introduction of articles on Monday. Here's W T. O P S Mitchell Miller with more from Capitol Hill, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has spoken to the Democratic Caucus, which overall is in favor of moving ahead on impeachment. A NAR tickle, drawn up by Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin and other lawmakers would charge the president with incitement of insurrection. Pelosi has said she believes the president needs to leave office as soon as possible, given the rioting and break in at the capital this week. We are in a very difficult place in our country as long as Donald Trump still sits in the White House President Trump meanwhile, says he will not attend President elect Joe Biden's inauguration on January 20th something the president hasn't done in more than 150 years on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T. OBY News, Lisa Rather, Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska has become the first Senate Republican to call for President Trump's resignation. The Alaska Republican telling Anchorage Daily News. She wants Mr Trump to resign after a violent mob of his supporters stormed the capital, she says, quote He needs to get out. He needs to do the good thing, but I don't think he's capable of doing a good thing. Murkowski's remarks calm amid a new push to impeach Mr Trump. Some House Democrats are concerned that the writers who got into the Capitol building were actually helped by Capitol police politico reports. That possibility was raised in a 3.5 hour call by House Democrats today after video circulated that appeared to show some Capitol police removing barriers for writers and it at least one case posing for a photo with a writer. According to two lawmakers on the call. Congressman Steven Horse Furd of Nevada, said he thought the riots weren't inside job and House majority Whip Jim Clyburn wondered how people managed to find his unmarked third floor office. Steal his iPad. The Justice Department and the FBI are offering an update about the many investigations into the capital riot on Wednesday. And we're learning a West Virginia lawmaker is among those now charged Republican delegate Derrick Evans, who posted video to social media himself inside the U. S Capitol that day is facing charges for breaking in. So is Richard Barnett of Arkansas. The man seems sitting in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is chair He's also accused of taking things we've learned the death of U. S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick Nick, who died of injuries he suffered inside the U. S. Capitol has begun. The U. S Attorney's office for D. C also says Outside that day, 11 Molotov cocktails and M four carbine assault rifle and two handguns were found inside the pickup of Lonnie Kaufman of Alabama. He's now facing a list of charges. And learn from a conference call with reporters, the U. S attorney's office says right now, insurrection charges are not expected for those who spoke at rallies leading up to the breach, including the president and the FBI, says there's no information that leads investigators to believe that ANTIFA members dresses trump supporters were involved in what happened that day. Mike Murillo w T o p News at 11 37. Mousses. The German shepherd now 11, and he's been an amazing dog loose is so active and so alert.

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"mr trump" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mr trump" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Jennifer Keiper in Chicago. The violence of the U. S. Capitol leaves five dead, including a Capitol police officer. Both parties are expressing anger over the mob violence. President Trump has put out a video in which he condemns the attack and acknowledges that a new administration will take office January 20th he does not concede. CBS is Stephen Portnoy, with more presidents on camera acknowledgment that his term is in fact ending comes it's calls intensify for Mr Trump to be removed from office or resign. Conservative editorial Board of the Wall Street Journal says Mr Trump declined for far too long to call off the riotous crowd at the Capitol and that he then hedged his plea with election complaint. Those actions, the Journal says, crossed a constitutional line that amount to an impeachable offense. The writers say the cleanest solution now would be for Mr Trump to take personal responsibility. And show himself out. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and Transportation Secretary Elaine Shall resign in the wake of the Capitol riots. CBS is Ed O'Keefe says Too many resignations could become trick ears concern that if too many of these senior officials were to leave. Now they're literally wouldn't be anyone around to hand over the keys to the Biden team when they show up on the 20th. And so there's some steps being taken to ensure that that can happen without any real problem. All options are on the table when it comes to possible charges against the mob that stormed the U. S Capitol as CBS is Jeff the gays Reports. Authorities also say that the same people may be planning another attack in the Washington D. C area C police released photos of some of the rioters they are seeking to charge with the violence of the capital, breaking.

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