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"national journal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"He said Biden's policies on the border are far from humane because people are dying Well that just doesn't fit into any narrative that the New York slimes the Washington compost constipated news network MS LSD in all the other corrupt media wished to regurgitate and project it just doesn't create the narrative And so they're not going to report it Imagine that He was a piece I went back in the Atlantic Which is a liberal Magazine or website at this point and it goes back almost ten years December 1820 12 It's an opinion piece by Diana sheetz And the national journal in the Atlantic How demography became the narrative for Obama's 2012 victory And what's the bottom line in this piece What's the bottom line Obama counted on minorities and women To an election and then reelection And I remember and I paraphrase when Obama used to say or one of them Maybe it was Biden by 2044 The majority will be the minority in the minorities will be the majority and I kept saying how many times have I said on this program mister producer Why are they obsessed with this So many times so many times Why are they obsessed with this Because apparently it was they who were pushing something I didn't even know called replacement theory It is they The radicals the marxists on the left Like LAT crit Which indeed embraces it So there you have it So why will Biden visit buffalo when he didn't visit walk ashore or he didn't go To the New York subway when all those people were shot and obviously their shooter's intention was to murder them And they were both different races of course And that's why It's that simple It's that's why Cut 8 Corinne Jean de Pierre ice I believe that's how you pronounce her name Go How can the president is visiting.
What the Democrats' 2022 Election Spending Tells Us
"The political cognitive shanty the insiders have already begun to read the tea leaves on the 2022 election. And one of the journals that is very good in doing this is the national journal. When I was in D.C. many years ago, national journal was mandatory reading, I'm not so much into the inside baseball of day to today politics, so I don't read it anymore, but I spotted an interesting article online Josh crush hour writing about how the Democrats had the Democrats are thinking about the 2022 election. And what crush hour does is he looks at one of the biggest democratic super PACS, which is putting a $100 million into the Democratic Party for the 2022 election. And but the interesting question is, how are they spending and where are they spending? Because when they put a lot of money on a race, it tells you something. It tells you that they know something about that race and this is why they're spending a lot to fight it out. So crush are actually begins by talking about Las Vegas. And he's talking about the city of Las Vegas. Now, the Democrats just did some redistricting in Nevada. And you would think that as a result of the redistricting, they would have protected the three urban seats in Las Vegas. And those seats would be safe. So you wouldn't need to spend a whole lot of money on them, but no, out of the $100 million 11.6 million is going to try to protect three democratic incumbents in inner city Las Vegas and what this means is that the Democrats are worried that Dina Titus Lee and Steven horsford are all going to be swept out of office. This is in a place that Joe Biden won well he won Nevada, but he also won Las Vegas and but he won it closely. And so the point is that this is a sign that the Democrats are not looking good. Even in places where they should be, I should be
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson Begins Supreme Court Confirmation Hearing
"Join out by hotline jawsh crush hour with national journal. Josh, I'm sure you're following judge Brown Jackson's hearing. There is no doubt in my mind she'll be confirmed. And John cornyn just said that. Do you agree with that? Yeah, and I think she's done quite well so far in her introductory statement to the committee yesterday. I think Democrats have handled the nomination as well as to be expected so far. And look, I think you're going to be a few Republicans at least as Colin. I think is likely to support her. I wouldn't be surprised if a couple more Republican senators, if the hearings and if her testimony, the committee here and say, to mark a well. I expect actually more than a few. But I could be wrong. I put the over under at 65. I don't see any reason to vote against her.
"national journal" Discussed on WTOP
"51° and Laurel at 50 some parts of the area climbing to the upper 50s It's 1141 We are looking back on President Biden's first year in office this time mostly focusing on domestic policy a lot has been made of the president stalled build back better social spending package but national journal editor in chief Jeff two four tells W TOP there were legislative triumphs earlier in the year that marked the president's big wins It's undoubtedly the two new spending bills that he got through Congress For all of the ways that progressives have lamented the state of things lately this administration did deliver $3 trillion in new spending in this calendar year which by historical standards is enormous It's certainly nothing to sneeze at The American rescue plan which is the COVID stimulus passed in March sent $1400 stimulus checks to millions of voters and then for months after it passed it sent child tax credit payments to families every month And then just last month the bipartisan infrastructure package was the biggest investment in the nation's public works in a generation or more What can we call the biggest failure of the biggest facepalm kind of situation for this relatively new White House By the purest definition of a blunder it's gotta be the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan But the biggest political trouble spot if I could get a little more nuanced about it is undoubtedly been the failure to get covered under control and deliver a consistent message on that Even though we've had good jobs numbers and a solid stock market the whole time that Biden's been in office the virus is still what's causing economic anxiety It's wreaking havoc on the supply chain which then in turn is contributing to inflation It single handedly gave the education issue to Republicans as we saw in Virginia in November And then most of all it's just keeping voters frustrated and they're looking for someone to blame and who are you going to blame Well you blame the guy at the top There was that bizarre Christmas Eve incident It was President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden They're speaking with parents It's the norad Santa tracker event supposed to be this fun holiday thing and then one of the parents 35 year old man as he's saying goodbye to President Biden says let's go Brandon I hope you have a wonderful.
Using Minimal Effective Dose to Maintain Your Strength, Endurance, and Muscle Size
"Got one other for you before we open it up to this week's q. In this was in the national journal strength conditioning research and kind of related to what. I was just talking about but rather than maintenance of weight loss. This one looked into maintenance of muscle maintenance of muscle and so the title of this particular study was the minimal dose of exercise so for all time hackers. Hopefully your your your ears perked when you heard that the minimal those of exercise needed to preserve endurance and strength over time. So what these folks looked into was all the different studies. This is a narrative review. They looked at all the different studies out there. That show you know once you once you've kind of gotten the body you want or the muscle you want gotten to the state of fat loss or fat loss maintenance that you want. How do you continue that over time. And there are some really really good practical applications in this particular study. This wouldn't necessarily be to improve performance but this would be to maintain performance. And it's less than what you would think like if you're as fit as you want to be but you wanna maintain that. Let me give you a few examples. So let's say short term endurance. So so you wanna maintain your fitness for for short-term darts usually be like playing sports tennis soccer basketball etc. It would appear that you can do about thirteen minutes per session at around two sessions per week at around sixty to eighty percent intensity and actually maintain your short term endurance very effectively for a long duration of time for long term endurance. Right like being able to go for long periods of time such as you might have accomplished after running a marathon or triathlon. Or something like that. Basically for that you can get away with about twenty five to thirty minutes per session okay. Twenty five to thirty minutes per session as long as you're maintaining his high in exercise intensity as possible during that steady state. Twenty five to thirty minute session. Who is shockingly low like. Let's say you've gotten yourself being like ride a bike for sixty miles and then you just wanna maintain that because you're going into work mode and you've got like eight weeks where you know. You got trained that much. You can literally maintain that with twenty five to thirty minutes for a session and in this case again. We're talking about a couple of times a week two times per week for video to match what your maximum oxygen capacity again if you can maintain your maximum sustainable pace and this was very similar for about thirteen to fifteen minutes at around one session per week. That's enough you to maintain your view to max.
U.S. Senators Reach Deal on Infrastructure Framework
"Bipartisan infrastructure discussion going on in the Senate, Utah Republican Mitt Romney spoke to reporters before leaving the capital Tonight. The Republicans and Democrats have come together along with the White House, and we've agreed on a framework and we're going to be heading to the White House tomorrow, the group of 10 senators reach an agreement on the framework for an infrastructure package that includes roughly the same amount of new spending over 559 billion Dollars for a total of more than 970 billion over five years or 1.2 trillion over eight years. The White House press secretary says the group made progress water an outline of a potential agreement, and the president has invited this group now to come to the White House tomorrow. National Journal editor in chief Jeff Do four joined us earlier and says that if the bill passes through the Senate, it could be faced with the struggle of bipartisan support from House members. Once they get this through this Senate. It would be a huge bipartisan win for Biden. But then they face the task of assembling the same type of bipartisan coalition in the house, where the extremes tend to be much more vociferous, much more intractable in their positions. You know, there's a lot more of them. There are a lot more hardcore conservatives and a lot more hardcore Progressive House. Assembling a true kind of centers coalition tend to be much harder there now. Senate Democratic
Editor-in-chief of the National Journal, Jeff Dufour, Discusses Manchin's Role in Senate Negotiations
"Let's go live now, with an update on Skype to Jeff Do. Four editor in chief of National Journal. Jeff in the plainest language possible. What did mansion get that caused him to change his mind and end this Well in the context of a $1.9 trillion bill. Uh, not much. These air presents pretty small provision that took nine hours. The final deal essentially is $300 per week of federal unemployment assistance through the end of August, the house had wanted 400. Said. It's bringing it down to 300. It was originally supposed to expire at the end of September. Now it's going to expire at the end of August. Essentially now one of mansions things was he wanted Tonto. To exempt the taxi. You want to accept the tax exemptions from this two households making over $150,000 a year so currently, if you get these jobless benefits, you can deduct tow up to 10,000 of that from from your taxes. He said. That shouldn't apply. If you make more than 100 $50,000 a year in your household, and it appears the Senate is going to agree to that now, the votes technically still open, even though they supposedly have a deal. I mean time wise. A lot was made out of Senator Ron Johnson last night, forcing the clerk to read the entire bill, which took hours. But this one vote on one Amendment has now taken longer than that did last night. And this is the first vote in what they billed as a vote A Rama quote unquote to come. So they're in for a lot of overtime in the Senate this weekend, the Senate record as you mentioned for longest vote has been broken again because all of this the previous record was from back in 2019. Is this something like the longest vote a sign of serious dysfunction on the hill? Or is it a sign of something else? I don't know The dysfunction is any greater than it has been in years past, which is still pretty significant, But it's combining that dysfunction with a 50 50 senate. I think I think we know a couple things now going forward Number one. This bill is probably going to go to the house like this weekend. Like you said, we're barring anything else on foreseen. They're gonna sense that the president for his signature, it's gonna give Biden his first big victory as president. But maybe more importantly, we know now that any significant legislation like this is going to be a real slaughter and a real challenge to pass vote Counting is critical. And there's all kinds of procedural hurdles that a senator, One senator can throw in the way in a 50 50 Senate now that applies to three bills at the House passed this past week that high up on their agenda. The voting rights package. The George Floyd policing reform and extending civil rights toe LGBT Q Americans, It's going to apply the unorganized labor bill and and gun legislation that they hope to pass this week. Those five just to name a few are all going to need 60 votes in the Senate. And if I were a betting man, I'd say they're not going to get it for most of them. President Biden, who you could almost jokingly say it's still a senator. He's you know, inextricably linked to the U. S. Senate, he called mansion directly. One wonders whether this deal could have been done without the president's efforts. And some people, I suppose, would be encouraged to see that he's getting involved. Others would say, Man, it's a bad sign that the president has to get directly involved like that. And I would also say this is probably not going to be the last conversation that by the mansion have during this Congress, because, uh, mansion is for people who count these things. Mansion is the most centrist member of the entire Senate. He is the swing vote. In the Democratic caucus, and he's the most important vote in the Senate right now, and he knows it. He's gonna exact every bit of power he can out of this toe, get what he wants for his state and for his And just for his for his views to make sure that whatever passes the Senate reflects his
"national journal" Discussed on WTOP
"The events of that day and showing that in the form of Mike Pence having to be evacuated as rioters were chanting Hang Mike Pence and threatening to kill him most recent charges from Texas Democrat Joaquin Castro on what Mr Trump was doing while Capitol police were under attack. If he wanted to protect these officers. If he cared about their safety as he tweeted about, he would have told his supporters to leave. He would have said help right away. One Brave officer was killed. CBS NEWS Special Report. I'm Tom Floating National Journal editor in chief Jeff to four joined us earlier on Skype toe answer Whether the chilling audio and video changes the trial, Probably not. In the end, it changes the public perception a little bit. It changes the underlying politics and makes it a little bit more difficult for Republicans, but it probably doesn't change the final verdict. But as you said it was a tremendous amount of new footage, given how much footage was taken on the ground by some in some cases by the by the writers themselves and by journalists. In other cases, we thought we had seen pretty much all there was to see. But it turns out the house managers had a ton of harrowing, terrible, frightening. Pick your adjective. Orders that they were able to trot out today. What more would you say about the House managers presentation. I thought it was effective just as it was yesterday. Today, they really began to drill down on the idea that these writers didn't just come out of thin air. It was a product of Trump, telling them over and over for two months that the election has been stolen and that they'd have to take it back if they wanted to win. There was also an emphasis on Trump's unwillingness to call the mob off at the time it was happening even as members of his own party begged him to do so. And then, finally, there was a nemesis on his statements afterward, notably him, saying, Twitter that this is a day that will be long remembered. And this is what happens when a great victory is stolen from us, which they seem to be arguing that that Prove some sort of acknowledgement of guilt or probability after the fact that Jeff do four editor in Chief of National Journal and this Tweet tonight from Lindsey Graham, High profile Senator Republican senator from South Carolina, he writes. The not Guilty vote is growing after today, Lindsey Graham says, I think most Republicans found the presentation by the House managers offensive and absurd. But other Republican lawmakers of senators have said they found it quite compelling. Today. We'll keep you updated here on W. T o p will tell you about a U. S. Senator trying to interfere in D C affairs Coming up. The.
"national journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Dickinson read An excerpt from Shirley Chisholm is memoir on Box and on Bost. American idea of going on the campaign trail has evolved over time. Today, we might conjure images of candidates eating fried foods at the Iowa State Fair or making gaffes in Michigan. But believe it or not. In the early 19th century, we didn't have airplanes or Twitter. Not to mention Iowa or Michigan. Back then the whistle stop tour was just taking shape and the breathless sort of journalistic coverage we enjoy now just wasn't possible. Give you a sense of how far things have come in terms of coverage and the tone of that coverage. Let's revisit the contentious campaign of 18 28, John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson engaged in a bruising contest full of accusations of bigamy, cannibalism. And worse, broadsides were more likely than objective reporting, and the press often felt like partisan propaganda. The following are excerpts from the pro Adam's newspaper National Journal on the pro Jackson Telegraph. Deal with one of the tamer accusations of the day. And Andrew Jackson was nearly illiterate. The National journal. Mr Adams is a scholar. Is he to be superseded by a man of no education? Mr. Adams is a state Smith. Is he to give way to a mere soldier? Mr Adams has been bred in the Cabinet or in the school were national laws and interests are objects of study. Is he Make room for a man bread in the camp experienced only in civil Broyles and who has resigned every civil appointment on account of his admitted incompetency to fill it. I imagine that was written by an angry, judgmental mustache. And this is the telegraph. History abound, with splendid examples of men remarkable for great qualities who could not even read their own language, much less write it with accuracy but to argue against the presumption of General Jackson's fitness for the presidency because he cannot spell his absurd. We care. Not if you spell Congress with the K. He may not withstanding, understand the rights and duties of that body or of the people or himself as well as if he spelled it correctly. And that presumably was written by a sentient hickory stick. So maybe journalists do a bit more of Journalism on the trail these days. Still, as you can hear, some arguments about a candidate's fitness for office have remained pretty much the same. It's too bad because if we could agree on a basic presidential spelling test Primary season could be a lot shorter. When we return hundreds, Thompson.
"national journal" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Of dollars for vaccine distribution and development. Money for health care, child care providers. Schools posts also service, the public transit systems, small businesses while entertainment venues I could go on and on, but this is a major major agreement that they've reached in Congress should be able to get it out the door. By the end of the day. There's been a stalemate from months and it took until Sunday to finalize this. Why now? There's a couple of different factors. I think one is in the lame duck session. You sort of have a couple of different competing deadlines. That sort of actually worked together one of the end of the congress itself, where they have to get everything out the door, a number of division that sort of need, and I'm the best store or a vehicle on which that that stuff wides. The end of the election, at least the presidency and for the House sort of let 1000 steam release in pressure valves that allows for some cooperation between leaders or between members of each party. And then the each party ended up giving a good chunk in order to get this passed. Democrats obviously are going to be supporting a package that's much smaller than what they had supported. It's the quarterbacks really package at least totals about mantra billion dollars, which is much less than what was in the heroes that that was passed by the House. Um and even the new money, for it is only something that turns to be billion dollars. Mostly money for this new coronavirus. Relief is reprogrammed 20 from the cares act that was never spent. So it appeases fiscal conservatives in the Senate Republican Conference as well, but it also Was helpful that Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell he had earlier in the year put on a Red line said We're not gonna put any bill on the floor. It doesn't include liability protections for businesses, healthcare providers and schools that are trying to operate during the pandemic, and that was one thing that they left out of this package as a way to get an agreement. We're talking with that Cohen of National Journal build is going to pass overwhelmingly in the House and Senate. But there is some opposition. Who are they and what are they opposed to? Yeah, I do. Expect both Chambers will pass this with very large bipartisan margins, but it won't be unanimous to Senator Rand. Paul from Kentucky, has already said that he's going to oppose it because he's concerned about the impact on the national debt. Not just in the cupboard really fell. But for the annual government funding bill is well on Ben. You'll have progress is on the house in the house that are in the Senate, who believe that the second ballot checks they're gonna be going out. Sort of. The better item on this package isn't Sufficient nor the help working class families, whether the economic pandemic that has really been coupled with the health care one so certainly members of both parties on on both sides of the political island of venom. Both Poles will oppose this, but I anticipate that large majorities, especially with the help of moderates, people that are pre election 2022. Theme. The Georgia Senators that are up for re election. There's gonna be a lot of pressure to vote for this bill on did not stand the way certainly procedurally of getting it done. You know if they oppose it, you mentioned that this is one of the last bills to make it into law. And it becomes a vehicle for other bills. That kind of need to hit your ride. Do we know what other issues got thrown into this bill? I'm still waiting through it, but I know there are provisions that, for instance, create new Smithsonian museums for the history of women and Latinos. Two separate museums, which is something that the House and the Senate had tried to pass on its own, but was blocked in the Senate by Republican Senator Mike Lee. And so that was included in this. There's um something I think I've read somewhere regulating upholstery. They'll be any number of things. Um Of racehorse regulations, I think is a perennial favorite of Mitch McConnell than it did in and so I think people really reading through this bill for days and weeks to come and certainly anomalies they're going to come up that we didn't know about many lawmakers who are voting on it didn't know about, but this is this is eerily similar to the passage of the cares Act, which was similarly sort of put together behind closed doors released. And put the rank and file lawmakers say, Hey, you know, take it or leave it and so and I anticipate that many parts of this package will be underway to coronavirus unrelated to sort of the normal functioning of government but ends up being a vehicle for a lot of other lawmakers priorities. Zach Cohen, staff correspondent with National Journal, Read more national journal dot com. Thank you very much, So thank you. And we have.
"national journal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Wendy Davis, she ran for governor of Texas with a sort of a liberal poster child for how Texas could start to become blue. Or she ran it against a very right wing Republican congressman. And she got blowed out in that in that battleground race there, five races that there were big, big targeted races for progressive candidates. The progressives went over five and ran behind Joe Biden. All five of those races well finish up with number six on your list of the Republican recruiting holes in Trump District's Yeah, I mean, Republicans were just a stunned of anyone that the polling was a little bit off and that the house ended up you know, Republicans ended up getting at least 10 seats in the house, with with a few seats still up in the air. That was against all the expectations, including their own. What happened is that there were some races based on the results, where Republicans barely spent any money and Democratic members of Congressman, Democrat member Democratic members of Congress. Barely won their elections and with a little bit of money with a little bit of attention, they probably gonna want a handful more seats, maybe even taken back the majority. But because the polling was so off because the money wasn't there. Republicans ended up just coming a little bit short. Thanks, Josh. Just cross harp, politics editor at National Journal Coming up next More Americans dabble in silent retreats. I'm one of thousands of women with metastatic breast cancer, or NBC, which is breast cancer that has spread to other parts of the body..
"national journal" Discussed on WTOP
"Facing our nation. CBS News correspondent Nicole Killian, National Journal editor in chief Jeff to four, joined us earlier to talk about what prompted the G S A and the president to make this decision cannot be viewed separately from the politics of the situation. It's no coincidence that this happened late in the day today, after a few other things that already happened, namely that Michigan's canvassing board officially declared Biden the winner there. There was a lot of pressure actually put on the GOP members of that board. To push for further delay so that an audit could take place That obviously didn't happen. So Biden has Michigan's 16 electoral votes officially on, You also had form or Republican senators today acknowledged that Biden won and pressed for the release of these transition funds, and I would add as a third thing. Trump's losses in courtrooms around the country just continue to pile up. Azi tries to contest the election results, so it doesn't really seem to be any sort of a path forward for for the president any longer, And I think the political pressure was just becoming too great on I'm Emily Murphy, the head of the G s a now she said she had not been pressured by the White House to delay the transition process. Why do you think she felt it necessary to write that we can't climb into her head? Obviously, I think the Republican senators had a lot to do with that. You had some Some pretty hard line conservative senators like Shelley Moore Capito from West Virginia coming out and saying, Look, the election didn't go the way that we wanted it to. But it seems obvious that Joe Biden has his one barring anything crazy that we that we haven't seen yet. So given that these these funds really need to be released, it's about. It's not a whole lot of money right now. It's about $7.3 Million, but it's more than symbolism of the peaceful transfer of power. And these voices in this chorus is just growing ever stronger. Even among Republican National Journal editor in chief Jeff to four on Skype. If your commercial driver in Virginia you're now allowed to renew your license is online due to the effects of the pandemic. The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles says commercial driver's license holders previously were required to visit a D. M V office in person to renew their credentials. The change in policy comes is the D M V, expands the number of transactions that you can do online in order to maintain social distancing for customers who need to make in person appointments for certain transactions. D M V centers were closed during the early part. Of the pandemic there now open by appointment only. And still ahead tonight. Here on W T o p. Another close NFL game at night. Stay with Taylor so happy who was? I just asked Allison's parents for their blessing to pop the question on Christmas Eve..
Takeaways from the last presidential debate of 2020
"See Red states and blue states. What I see is American United States. Look, nobody knew what this thing was. Nobody knew where it was coming from what it was. We've learned a lot. The final presidential debate behind us now, about a week and a half away from the election of dozen days, really, or less. National Journal editor in Chief Jeff to four is with US. Live on Skype, Jeff. One thing we can say right out of the box. One does not come away from this exchange. With that throbbing headache. It was civil. You could follow the subject matter at least did that help either candidate, particularly that the temperature was far lower tonight? I think it still felt like like a bit of a draw to me. Just a lower temperature draw the last time you're right. I think if you if you beamed in here from 1992, it still would have seemed recognizable as a presidential debate. Starting even with the first segment they had on Corona virus strategy. They had some some back and forth, but it was pretty civil. We can list off the topics they discussed. Corona virus, immigration, health foreign policy. Our race with the last one, Can you even? Ah, Can you even remember what they discussed? And in what order? I'm not sure I can, and we talked about it for five minutes on air. What exchange? Did you find? Most interesting. Well, I I thought that the initial exchange on Corona virus really encapsulated What the what The knight was, If that's all you watched, you probably came out with a good sense of things. Trump said again, he said, this dozens of times it's going to go away. We're turning the corner. And he's saying this. As this week cases, air spiking and deaths are spiking again, just about everywhere. So it's just does not comport with the reality on the ground right now. The other moment that I think people are really going to seize on is when things turned to immigration and race, Trump Really held it together until then, for about an hour, And then, about an hour in they went to immigration. He again referred to murderers and rapists coming across the border from Mexico. And then he said, the only immigrants who show up for their hearings of the ones with quote really low IQ's So it was. It was a cringe inducing moment. And then on top of that they went to race, and he tried to say yet again that he's been the best president for Black Americans. Since maybe since Abraham Lincoln, which is Did overheated rhetoric to say the least. I'm not equivocating here. Anything that you've just said to now, Let's find out what Joe Biden did wrong. But I did notice, some stumbling, some stammering from Biden. That is an issue with him at debates. What were some of his weaker moments? It is. I mean, Trump wasn't there to interrupt him, But he interrupted himself more than more than a few times hey, tends to get caught up in his words loses his train of thought a little bit, especially when it came back to bite him, especially when he was trying to explain his health care plan. He did very, very well going at Trump about Trump's lack of a plan. But then, when he was called on to explain his own plan, it was it was hard to follow. Even for anybody who's been in that issue, much less for for a voter in their living room. Who's just coming to this issue right now? And what about the issue of Hunter Biden this laptop? We are trying to emphasize to callers to our newsroom that this New York Post story is full of red flags. It's It doesn't hold water, and until we get some more information, it's difficult to go with that laptop. For Biden story. That being said, Is that still a weak point for Joe Biden in some way. I sort of thought that exchange was was also a draw, and I think people probably voters. I think we're well served by the fact that they didn't spend that much time on it. And they didn't get a chance to really get deep in and litigate all the nitty gritty parts of this story because it's raise you say it's really hard to litigate right now. Biden, generally speaking didn't take the bait. He just would say. That's not true. Everything you're saying is not true. I've never accepted a dime from from foreign governments. He didn't really get into the into the sense ofthe weather. The laptop is Israel Whether the emails are authentic what his son was doing. He's just trying to keep T keep the focus on his own behavior, and whether or not he accepted money from foreign governments, and that was probably the smart thing to do to give it the least amount of oxygen possible. We'll talk again soon, Jeff, Thank you so much. You better take care that
Trump and Biden Clash in Sharp Exchanges, But More Civil Tones
"States and blue states. What I see is American United States. Look, nobody knew what this thing was. Nobody knew where it was coming from what it was. We've learned a lot. The final presidential debate behind us now, about a week and a half away from the election of dozen days, really, or less. National Journal editor in Chief Jeff to four is with US. Live on Skype, Jeff. One thing we can say right out of the box. One does not come away from this exchange. With that throbbing headache. It was civil. You could follow the subject matter at least did that help either candidate, particularly that the temperature was far lower tonight? I think it still felt like like a bit of a draw to me. Just a lower temperature draw the last time you're right. I think if you if you beamed in here from 1992, it still would have seemed recognizable as a presidential debate. Starting even with the first segment they had on Corona virus strategy. They had some some back and forth, but it was pretty civil. We can list off the topics they discussed. Corona virus, immigration, health foreign policy. Our race with the last one, Can you even? Ah, Can you even remember what they discussed? And in what order? I'm not sure I can, and we talked about it for five minutes on air. What exchange? Did you find? Most interesting. Well, I I thought that the initial exchange on Corona virus really encapsulated What the what The knight was, If that's all you watched, you probably came out with a good sense of things. Trump said again, he said, this dozens of times it's going to go away. We're turning the corner. And he's saying this. As this week cases, air spiking and deaths are spiking again, just about everywhere. So it's just does not comport with the reality on the ground right now. The other moment that I think people are really going to seize on is when things turned to immigration and race, Trump Really held it together until then, for about an hour, And then, about an hour in they went to immigration. He again referred to murderers and rapists coming across the border from Mexico. And then he said, the only immigrants who show up for their hearings of the ones with quote really low IQ's So it was. It was a cringe inducing moment. And then on top of that they went to race, and he tried to say yet again that he's been the best president for Black Americans. Since maybe since Abraham Lincoln, which is Did overheated rhetoric to say the least. I'm not equivocating here. Anything that you've just said to now, Let's find out what Joe Biden did wrong. But I did notice, some stumbling, some stammering from Biden. That is an issue with him at debates. What were some of his weaker moments? It is. I mean, Trump wasn't there to interrupt him, But he interrupted himself more than more than a few times hey, tends to get caught up in his words loses his train of thought a little bit, especially when it came back to bite him, especially when he was trying to explain his health care plan. He did very, very well going at Trump about Trump's lack of a plan. But then, when he was called on to explain his own plan, it was it was hard to follow. Even for anybody who's been in that issue, much less for for a voter in their living room. Who's just coming to this issue right now? And what about the issue of Hunter Biden this laptop? We are trying to emphasize to callers to our newsroom that this New York Post story is full of red flags. It's It doesn't hold water, and until we get some more information, it's difficult to go with that laptop. For Biden story. That being said, Is that still a weak point for Joe Biden in some way. I sort of thought that exchange was was also a draw, and I think people probably voters. I think we're well served by the fact that they didn't spend that much time on it. And they didn't get a chance to really get deep in and litigate all the nitty gritty parts of this story because it's raise you say it's really hard to litigate right now. Biden, generally speaking didn't take the bait. He just would say. That's not true. Everything you're saying is not true. I've never accepted a dime from from foreign governments. He didn't really get into the into the sense ofthe weather. The laptop is Israel Whether the emails are authentic what his son was doing. He's just trying to keep T keep the focus on his own behavior, and whether or not he accepted money from foreign governments, and that was probably the smart thing to do to give it the least amount of oxygen possible. We'll talk
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"I really think Sally's in a whole lot of trouble. Collins, I I think it pull pull off a victory. But even the pole where she was essentially tied, had her at about 33% really, For her. That's really low as she should be mean people like her in the past, they And it's 43 43% of close to 50. So I think that raise it is getting tougher for Republicans. Collins gave an interview today where she sounded a little bit desperate trying to throw the kitchen sink. Of all the attacks against her opponent, Sara Gideon. I think she's still so the chance to win it, but it's looking cover cover for her cross, Our politics editor at National Journal, Fox's radio political analyst. Tonight is the vice presidential debate. Not saying it could be a game changer because nothing seems to really alter the race that much, but at the margins, it definitely could matter and who know something could blow up and be enormous about it. But even if it does shift things at the margins that could matter immensely in some states at multiple levels up and down the ticket, so we'll be watching and breaking it down tomorrow. I know Josh will be watching intently as well. Josh Cross our as always. Sir. Appreciate your time. Hey, Thanks, guys. Guy. Benson show Happy hour rolls on Next show more next. You know, it's true, difficult times have a way of focusing on us. We have to think about what matters most when it comes to our spending our healthcare. No doubt this is why so many people.
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"House Democrats will introduce a bill next Tuesday to restrict too just to the number of Supreme Court nominations. The president can make each term and also limit the justices term to 18 years. The Constitution says federal judges are lifetime appointments. In Louisville, Kentucky. More protests over Briana Taylor's death Windows broken a flair thrown into the city's main library. Two dozen people arrested, including a Kentucky state senator, the city of Louisville essentially remain shut down. Everything downtown is boarded up. It's unclear if it's gonna open up back before the weekend, We saw some demonstrators kind of take sanctuary in a church nearby because of that curfew, But then police were able to convince people to go ahead and head home boxes marked MEREDITH reports. Protesters in L. A were struck by an SUV speeding through America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcast network. The campaign with threadbare president has experienced a bump in recent polling as unrest continues in several parts of the country political editor at the National Journal Just crush our He's spending money in Minnesota state that Hillary Clinton won, so they wouldn't be doing that if they didn't see movement in the polls. But there wasn't a little movement back in the Republican direction. Subscribe and listen now by going to a fox news podcasts dot com. America is listening to news. We're a nation founded on principles on freedom. But leaders have changed the course of human civilization. When we take part in democracy, we control our destiny. We exercise our rights and hold our leaders accountable and we always speak our mind. We may be separated by issues, but we're united by a common truth. America's ultimate power lies in her people. Democracy 2020. It's in your hands. America is watching President Trump firing back against Democrat claims that.
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"Tax returns. Exit. Wanna know what he paid always seen four Trump tax returns in the last 45 years. This being our last ever since you've been running for President Biden again also criticized the president's Corona virus response. Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson is preparing to announce new restrictions to stop a surgeon Kuroda virus cases. One of his Cabinet member says People will be urged to work from home if they can, but schools should stay open. Britain seeing a spike recently and both reported infections and hospitalizations from the virus. Well straight now on a four day losing streak. Asian stock markets closing Tuesday mixed Dow futures trading about 100 points Lower America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network campaign with threadbare president has experienced a bump in recent polling as unrest continues in several parts of the country political editor at the National Journal Just crush our He's spending money in Minnesota state that Hillary Clinton won, so they wouldn't be doing that if they didn't see movement in the polls. If there wasn't a little movement back in the Republican direction, subscribe in Listen now goingto foxnews dot com America is listening to use your nation founded on principles on freedom with leaders have changed the course of human civilization. When we take part in democracy, we control our destiny. We exercise our rights and hold our leaders accountable. Can we always speak our mind? We may.
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"And Josh will read Mohr at National Journal. Thanks for your time. Thanks. Take care of Josh Crown shower. Joining us here on W. L have 6 17 traffic. Here's John Dempsey. As we take a look and see what's going on on the roadways right now. We still still Have a number of issues to tell you about Eaton's inbound Lincoln Road to the Junction 20 Jam between Peterson and Montrose. Outbound is 15 minutes. Kennedy informal here, 27 Outbound 25 Eisenhower in from Thorndale, 43. Inbound at 25th Avenue on the The left lane is closed because of an accident There was found on the Ike that crashes actually outbound at 25th So there are problems inbound and outbound, 25th Avenue on the ight, because Off that accident, which is on the outbound side. Stevenson in from 3 55 42 earlier roll over at the display. NHS River Bridge, slowing things down. 31 minutes out to 3 55 on the Stevenson Dan Ryan from 95th 16 in the express Lanes inbound on the Ryan at 30 1st there's a crash, blocking two left lanes out found It's a 20 minute trip to 95th. That's traffic from the wools. Amy, 90 Traffic center, Chicago 10. I don't know how you've fixed this place 27 years on the job, Mayor like put somebody needs to actually call them to task. Best.
Norah ODonnell, anchor of the CBS Evening News
"Today O'Donnell joins us on skin from the couch. She is the anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News, making her the third woman ever to so anger, a network evening broadcasts before taking the helm of the evening news. She was the CO host of CBS this morning for seven years norad. Thank you for joining us welcome skin from the couch. Thank you for having me, so we're GONNA. Start off with Skim your resume for us. Will I went to Georgetown University I was Law Sophy Major? I was interested in a lot of different things in college so I had internships at always worked and worked at a law firm I. worked at the World Bank, and and then I injured ABC News and I think you know journalism really was what was the right fit for me? Just a deep curiosity about the news, deep curiosity about world events and people have to graduating from college I got a job at National Journal on a publication, a called the hotline, which was the original kind of aggregate her of news before the Huffington. Post and others got into the business of aggregating news. Even like you guys in some way, remember it well, and that also was like a crash course in politics, too, because we would. Sum Up every Senate and House race across the country, all the polling who all the key consultants were, so that really was a great crash course in politics, and then I got hired at NBC and MSNBC when I was twenty five years old to be you know it was one of the youngest correspondents at NBC history, and had a great career at NBC and had three kids, and then we all work on intelligent news underwear like personal services contracts. All of us have anywhere from two to five year contracts. In, so you know in each of those contracts, come up! You have an opportunity to reevaluate your next step and CBS came to me with an incredible offer to be. The chief White House correspondent for Obama's last term, and to be the substitute anchor for face, the nation, and I had always been ambitious about wanting to anchor a Sunday broadcast I love politics, and so to be able to substitute for the legendary Bob Schieffer at thought. This is really an an excellent opportunity, so. and. CBS. News and then Kinda. The rest is history should I keep going? No, that was perfect so something you definitely don't know I. and turned at MVP when I was nineteen in the specials unit, and I was like my first week on the internships. Let's say day two or three in you opt into the office. And you're the first professional famous news anchor I ever seen in person and I literally I stopped breathing I was so excited all I wanted to do is to be a news anchor at the time, and I was so nervous, and when you walked out of the room I asked one of the producers. What is she liked you work with her I will never. Never forget their like she's the best of the best, and I was like what makes her so good. And they said that she always does her homework and I think about that a lot and I'm curious. What is something that you your fans and people like us your big fans? What does the thing that we don't know about you that we can't Google? What I wasn't as good about doing my homework in college. And I did just fine at Georgetown. But I do I think certainly a professional that is dry. Always did know my homework because I do believe that preparation builds confidence and confidence build success, and so for me, you know certainly early on my career as a young correspondent with so many famous people at NBC legendary careers. My confidence wasn't a tie, and so I thought how can I be the smartest person in the room and no more than anybody else and. You know I just really did my homework. I really worked really hard to make sure I knew everything. The thing that people may not know about me. You Know I. Guess would be that I'm from a military family. You know I mean that certainly is my resume, but it's the one thing I mentioned because you know I remember in covering certainly the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq after nine eleven, a lot of people would say on television and Mike Barnicle on morning. Joe would say this a lot that Oh, no less than one percent of people have someone in the military who didn't understand these wars, but I grew up in the military. My father was drafted during the Vietnam War. State for thirty years I lived overseas and so I really do have a deep appreciation for those who serve my sister-in-law surgeon in the army and so I do have a really keen sense of the sacrifice that many people go through, and I do in some ways I almost wish that it was mandatory almost like in Israel that we had to sir because. I think you know certainly the discipline that they have is unlike anything I've seen those who sir. Let's actually start with that because I think it's fascinating talking about how you grew up and living overseas. How did this love of news and growing up with that military background kind of come together for you? You know I think one of the. First crystallized for me in some ways when Elena, Nachman Ost, who is still the vice president of talent at NBC? News said to me when I met her. When I was twenty five years old, and she said you know we like hiring correspondents who have from a military background, because they're very flexible and adaptable. They don't complain about being sent to different cities or states or around. Around the world they can talk to anybody because they've sort of been put in that situation where they have to be totally adaptable. Moment's notice
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"Cities plan to resume in person meetings that he must be used time is six forty seven three a twelve year old Decatur voice using his music to thank healthcare workers at a nearby hospital for all their doing to fight covert nineteen nearly every night for the past month twelve year old Jason's the dons has been playing his trumpet at shift change in reading cater hospital I think they have a really hard job especially at this time because of all the people that only missing a couple of times due to whether he shows up every night with his mom Karen we usually go that about forty five to get that nurses and staff that are coming in to work and then played a little bit after seven to get those who are leaving it was an idea that god after seeing similar stories in New York that bunch of people were during shift change making music from their apartment and actually in New York City trumpet player who was playing trumpet off the rooftop of the department and I was showing me videos my son and we kind of just decided Hey we live right down the street from Emory Decatur hospital what if we went and played Jason comes by it naturally here unknown Z. tunes music in Atlanta and his dad plays trombone in the Atlanta symphony orchestra playing the trumpet because I think I'm good at it and I like the way it feels in my hand in fact Jason who plays for his middle school and made the middle school all state band for Georgia was a semi finalist for the twenty twenty national trumpet competition that unfortunately got canceled due to cope with nineteen now he has another outlet to play and originally we didn't know if we were to do that every day or maybe just one and after one time and got the car to go back to size playing for the hospital staff Jason also puts out signs for them current out there on the land J. like being hope to gather love nice things and little things like that when I asked what his future in music looks like I wanna play their national journal and done a great game I also want to try to beat my teacher for a job and he just might one day cedar parish ninety five point five W. by speaking WSB meteorologist this dependable five day forecast sponsored by Breda pest management they handle bugs and critters books making some minor improvement in the weather here after the last of the early morning showers come to an end on the east side mostly dry today with the limited sunshine and really only an isolated shower this evening or the next couple of days so more dry than wet the rest of the week for today run in aid to the.
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"Had Josh cross our here just a few days ago is the politics editor national journal fox news radio political analyst use previewing some special elections that went down Tuesday night we were going to cover the results yesterday but then all hell broke loose with breaking news so we were sort of overrun by events so we can get around to it we touched on it very very fleetingly because president trump mentioned it when we talk his comments from the White House but as expected the Republican won the special election in a pretty deep red district in Wisconsin won by double digits it was not close it did used to be a democratic district but it is shifted very significantly in recent cycles so that was a safe Republican seat it remains in Republican hands as Sean Duffy has retired from Congress for family reasons he's replaced by a fellow conservative Republican all eyes were on California a district in southern California in the LA area where Hillary Clinton had won this district relatively comfortably it had been captured by Democrats in recent years Katie hill was the representative she of course left Congress in a sex scandal in sort of a me too problems she was sleeping with subordinates and lying about it now kind of thing so she stepped aside the democratic leadership effectively forced her out although she's been playing the victim card ever since and was very involved in this race and giving the endorsement to the Democrat in the race which I perhaps was not an endorsement that this candid necessarily wanted but Katie hill was very much involved the Republican ended up winning and that was not unexpected because the polling was looking pretty good for the GOP the early returns in the mail in ballots were looking pretty good in terms of the partisan breakdown but GOP candidate Mike Garcia is up they're still counting up let me just say this it is nuts to me California system it takes them days to count election results it goes on and on and this is why you saw a couple very close races in twenty eighteen where the Republicans are actually ahead on election night ended up losing because it took days for the thing to get tabulated and all the late breaking votes went to the Democrats and then they went and that stirs up I think a lot of frustration with people and suspicions and conspiracy theories there are other vote by mail states that are able to do this in a reasonable time frame to the point that on election night it was a double digit race and the media still wasn't willing to call it it took the Democrat Chrissy Smith conceding yesterday to finally on the race as it stands it's a twelve point victory twelve points for the Republican Mike Garcia again Hillary won this district he was most recently held by a Democrat twelve point victory for the Republican so people are old of course analyzing this is if it confirms all their prior as well the Democrats say it doesn't really matter to one race it's isolated doesn't have any effect on the national scene ahead of November this means nothing then there are conservatives Republicans saying oh look this is great for trump and the Republicans in the democratic wave of twenty eighteen is over I think a lot of that is reading too deeply into the results but they are results that have to be meaningful on some level so Josh Kraushaar joins me again and we will discuss the outcome of this election that we previewed on Tuesday Josh good to have you back to be that guy okay so are you I know based on our previous conversation you're not surprised that Garcia one just remind our audience first of why you think he was a smart candidate recruit for the Republican Party and that sort of the secondary question here is are you surprised by the margin he's up twelve yes I do I mean Garcia the special election would you do with one of the only election in it on the ballot are a lot more about the candidates and about the overall political environment in Garcia's about as good of a candidate as house Republicans have found it in a long long time he fits the district well he's the son of Mexican immigrants in a district that is a working class sort of a suburb of the Los Angeles area where there are a lot of law enforcement officials a lot of defense contractors he worked at Raytheon which is one of the biggest defense contractors in it in the congressional district so he also served in the military had a great story to tell about it but it's a brain scan in southern California so you know this and he's an example of how Republicans if they find good candidates if they can get the more diverse array of candidates can compete even in a district that voted for Hillary Clinton and and keep in mind this is he's now the only Republican all of Congress to represent a district that Hillary Clinton won fifty percent of the vote in for more so it really just goes to show you that if you get a good candidate than that.
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"ABC seven storm watch forecast it's going to be a nice day with sunshine we're gonna start that day with a chilly breeze that when temperatures in the mid to upper forties but by three four PM today should be up to around sixty four degrees jacket and sunglasses that's all you'll need on this Wednesday I'm sorry what seven meter all just run to Johnson on W. MEL right now it is thirty seven in Stafford forty three in only forty eight at Reagan national I'm John Matthews on one oh five point nine FM Washington's mall WMAL good morning thirty seven on WMAL or Washington constants are coming up Ronna Romney McDaniel joins us is seven oh five this is just a news around anymore she's hidden at nine thousand six yeah I'm not sure he was abandoned at okay we'll go with Ronna McDaniel pay no attention to what I said a moment ago seven oh five eight oh five firing your call will be with us from the Washington examiner and at eight thirty five drops crafter from national journal and that man was was Hans von Spakovsky from the heritage foundation in this morning for merry Walter I'm is gonna times good morning good for you and thanks for having me really nice to have you here three watching fox news yesterday by any chance or do you happen to see the clip of Donna Brazile on fox I I was actually watching it that way I always have fox on in my office with your mouth agape.
Young Republicans: The new climate activists? Maybe.
"Know the polling says young Republicans want climate action. But it's the public shift from party leaders that I just find hard to believe. The Republicans have ridiculed climate science installed climate action for more than a decade. Do you believe these new messages from party leaders for real yes definitely. I think this is real. The question is to what effect clearly something new is happening. I've had a number of conversations with folks who work on the hill who all say the same thing that Republicans are talking really differently about this issue behind closed doors fewer and fewer of them are rejecting the science. And they're feeling real public pressure to talk about it. We're GONNA hear about why later on in the show and now this is playing out publicly. So you've got Republican leadership saying they're gonNA put together this package of bills to address emissions and there is of course a lot of skepticism which you address but there's no doubt there's a shift happening both in private and in public. Yeah you know. I've got some strong feelings on on this which I'm happy to share. But first let's hear from a reporter. Who spent a lot of time figuring out what's up with? Republicans on the issue of climate. Change Amy harder is a climate and energy reporter with axios. She's been covering the issue for well over a decade at the National Journal Than The Wall Street Journal and now at Axios. She broke the story of the new Republican climate. Push and our co host. Jeff Nesbit sat down with amy to unpack it so it it does feel like there has been a shift. I mean you know you talk to Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. He says that he has private conversations with Republican. Senators all the but there's been a public shift for Republicans On climate fairly recently. Are you seeing that in your reporting? Well we're starting to see them. I've described it as coming back in from the cold because this isn't where the Republican Party has always been so you're seeing them number one acknowledge that climate change is a real problem That deserves some sort of response now. There's a huge debate about how big that response should be. But in general You're not seeing comments from lawmakers particularly in the House that are really out there on left field when it comes to the science. I recently sat down with three top. Republicans House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy Congressman Graves of Louisiana. I'm in Congressman Westerman A Republican from Arkansas Ed. There was this interesting Exchange Between Westerman and graves when Western said something that didn't really fit with the scientific consensus of climate change. I immediately saw graves jump in and clarify so. There is a very acute concern within the Republican Party. That at the very least they don't want to fight the science and this is of course a long ways away from where Democrats and a lot of the public and corporations are but nonetheless it is a shift to stop fighting the science. So let's let's let's dive into that a little bit. What's in those new proposals from some of the house? Republicans I would say there's three main components of the Republicans plan which is to be introduced over the coming weeks and months the first one has to do with capturing carbon emissions from variety of sources. So that can be by planting more trees in in theory that would capture more carbon the other tube Parts of this plan include a ramping up clean. Energy Technologies and clean energy technology exports so giving special tax treatment to companies that export clean energy important here to note that the definition of clean energy is of course very much in the eye of the beholder. Republicans are in Wide Agreement. That NATURAL GAS. Which is the cleanest burning fossil fuel but still very much a fossil fuel with the climate impact? That counts is clean energy so expediting pipelines for example to move natural gas as part of their clean energy plan. Which a lot of Democrats and many in environmentalists would take issue with and then the third pillar is actually not directly related to climate change but more focused on plastic pollution And so this would give foreign aid to countries in Asia and Africa which is actually where most of the most polluted rivers are with plastic. The climate angle is that oil natural gas at the bedrock aplastic. So there's that connection So those those are the three main components and I've pressed McCarthy in Western and graves on this asking them if they have some sort of goal reduction goal of emissions at they hope to achieve the the answer to that is no that they sort of reject. This idea graves used the term arbitrary targets. I think most experts say having some sort of goal is good for trying to achieve any sort of outcome. I think time will tell. The devil is in the details to see if they can really say that they'll be any sort of concrete reduction of emissions with these policies. Which is of course the whole goal. So what so? What are you seeing learning behind the scenes that that that might explain? What's driving this chain change? Why is this happening now? I think one really compelling arguments that Republicans are being receptive to. Is this idea of course that it all comes down to politics that they've been given a polling that shows younger. Republican voters are really not liking. How their leaders are disavowing? The science they want their Republican leaders to at the very least acknowledged the science and put forward a range of relatively moderate policies. And so I think that's really driving them and and people often say they're just doing this for political purposes and that seems like a throwaway line but in fact compared to where we were a decade ago. I think it's quite significant. That Republicans see climate has not acting on climate change as a political liability. And that's an incredibly important shifts because the politics do need to shift when it comes to climate change if there's ever going to be big policy so what's what's the reaction to these proposals I within the Republican caucus but then also among their colleagues on the democratic side. Stephanie been all over the map. You have some environmentalists and Democrats that think that this is just another way to deny science another way to keep stonewalling big action and then you have other Democrats. I think con- Congressman. Paul Tonko is a good example Democrat from New York. They see this movement as not enough but definitely better than nothing and a big shift from a few years ago. I interviewed Jason Grandma. The president of the bipartisan Policy Center. Who has been integral in a lot of these debates and while he described the big emphasis on trees as quote aggressive gardening he also applauded the Republicans for making this shift. What Jason Grandma also said is that Democrats environmentalists should not chide these Republicans for not doing enough yet because it's a process and although it certainly not moving fast enough for some for some critics that it's certainly moving so what what is climate looked like as a voting issue in two thousand twenty and beyond and will that have an impact on the Republican. Party's outlook on this issue. So I posted a question recently to Frank Luntz. Many people may know him as Well known Republican pollster so. I posed the question to him about are these Republican policies about trees and plastic and clean energy technologies. Is that going to be enough to convince voters? And he says while trees are great. Voters are going to want more and I'll be interested to see if that's the case. I think you'll have a positive impact from not denying the science but I think as climate change becomes a worse problem. I do think there'll be a call to do more however also note that so far to date. We have not seen voters around the world support big climate policies. And so. That's what I've called the big climate disconnect and. I think that's something that's an open question. Voters say. They're concerned about climate change. But do they really support the big policies? That would actually make a difference and I think the answer to that is is. We don't know
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"From national journal in ten minutes also ahead P. booted judge and Bernie Sanders in the lead in the Iowa caucuses we're still waiting for almost forty percent of the vote to be released to get that full picture next hour it's ten o'clock CBS news on the hour your home for original reporting I'm Jim Chevy president trump has declared a state of the union is strong in delivering his annual speech to a joint session of Congress been focusing primarily on legislative achievements and the economy this is a blue collar boom president he deals and other policy after losing sixty thousand factories under the previous two administrations America has now gained twelve thousand new factories under my administration with thousands upon thousands of plants and factories being planned or being built so far the president has mentioned his impeachment trial or tomorrow's vote on acquittal today the senators each had ten minutes to speak on that impending vote California Democrat Dianne Feinstein I'm convinced this is a rare instance where this Senate has no choice but to vote to convict and remove this president GOP leader Mitch McConnell the framers gave our nation and ultimate tool for evaluating presidents character and policy decision they're called elections I will finally release some results from last night's democratic caucus after a glitch in an Arab delay the tallies by some twenty one hours CBS is Anthony Savannah says about sixty two percent of precincts reporting but a judge and Bernie Sanders have the lead so far if you've got booted judge up on top narrowly over Bernie Sanders you got booted judge of twenty six point nine percent of those delegates Sanders at twenty five point one and then in third Elizabeth Warren and this is a story if this holds up at sixty two percent in but it's Joe Biden and just over that delegates threshold at fifteen point five percent the US military will be housing Americans returning from China who find themselves quarantine for fourteen days due to the corona virus rainy Inocencio reports after an agonizing wait to be evacuated from will hide the second group of Americans was screened on the ground before.
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"Hour your home for original reporting I wanted to let history will be made next week in Washington the house is expected to impeach president trump the Senate would then hold a trial to decide if the president would be removed from office national journal reporters act calling on how it may proceed one of senator there Mitch McConnell's biggest priorities is trying to keep this conference together and that includes being in concert with the White House we have to remember that the president and a third of the Senate is going to be up for reelection in less than a year November twenty twenty including Senate Majority Leader McConnell and they'll be interested in trying to keep this process very contained very controlled we've heard as little as a to a two week trial which is much shorter than the Clinton impeachment trial of nineteen ninety nine the Supreme Court says it will hear cases that will decide if president trump has to release his tax and financial records CBS's Paula read president the term personal attorney Jay Sekulow he released a statement saying that he was pleased that the Supreme Court will review these cases they raise quote significant constitutional issues but it's unclear if the president will ultimately prevail after the Supreme Court for the most part while the administration's policies have not always fared well in the courts personally the president really has been pretty successful in the arguments will be held in March with the possible decision in June police have arrested a thirteen year old boy who allegedly confessed he and his two friends robbed and murdered an eighteen year old college freshman in New York City this week WCBS TV reporter Allie Bowman the thirteen year old.
Commentary: Can the GOP keep the House in November?
"Glad you're with us welcome into thursday the political cross currents that defined the two thousand sixteen presidential election are in overdrive once again for the upcoming midterms as josh kraushaar at national journal says that's working class white voters swinging towards president trump while upscale suburbanites defect from the gop coalition he says this november election will feature radically different types of campaigns for control of the two congressional chambers want a very winnable democratic battle for the gop leaning suburbs and the house versus the treacherous task democratic senators face wooing trump voters in conservative states to have a shot at taking the senate josh set this up two different battlegrounds for the house and the senate the lion's share of seats that republicans are defending in the house are in suburban affluent congressional districts that republicans hold where donald trump is not very popular at all and some districts he's downright toxic but in the map for the senate it's a whole lot different not only are the states that are the big battlegrounds in very republican areas you know montana west virginia missouri north dakota among them but they're also very working class very hump states these are not business friendly states as much as they are populist republican states so when you look at the polling and when you look at the way the campaigns have been run a lot of republicans actually think trump is the key to them winning even more seats in the senate even though either toxic as he is and many of these same house races so democrats are looking in pretty darn strong position in taking back the house i would say it's more likely than not at this point but the mood for republican senators has gotten a lot better lately and you're seen some increased optimism that republicans can pick up a seat or two of the senate.
Search for missing autistic boy takes grim turn as father is arrested
"Read something to you from bloomberg news on november eighth of two thousand sixteen clinton win democrat senate seen by analyst charlie cook who's sound bite we just played saying fear republican be really nauseous right now because it looks like it's curtains political analyst charlie cook in the national journal predicts that hillary clinton will win the presidency and democrats will take control of the senate he says donald trump has no margin of error and would need to win all twenty four states carried by mitt romney in two thousand twelve to win the race frank luntz on twitter november eight two thousand sixteen hillary clinton will be the next president of the united states despite being wrong repeatedly so they are continually turned to and asked for the results of their research and analysis and they were wrong they were proudly i mean they they were loud really confident in a moment wockhardt deputies in mississippi a thousand the body of a double murder suspect from east ridge wanting three year old casey james law horn telling thirties he shot and killed his mother in one of his friends at the family's home on john ross road just after midnight sunday it's car spotted on i fifty nine near laurel mississippi if he'd he's there say they have recovered the body of law horn search for a missing five year old autistic boy from middle tennessee has led to his dad's arrest more from w g o w's louis league five year old joke lie daniels was reported missing by his parents wednesday the boy was unable to speak because of severe autism after three days of searching under an endangered child alert his father joe ray daniels was taken into custody charged with criminal homicide investigators with tb i say daniels purposely killed his son and hid the body the search for the body continues won't news online anytime you want news twelve now on the talk monster w gop day one for a new employee instead of joining in productively they face a confusing disjointed process and piles of paper forms.