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"office management budget" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Spent half my life in the Gulf Oman, in and out of that straighter removes many, many times, this is a difficult challenging set of circumstances. We are on a collision course on worry, and President Trump says, Iran did it. Well, Ron and you know, they did it because you saw the boat. I guess one of the mines didn't explode probably got sensually Iran written all over it. And you saw the vote at nighttime to take the mind often successfully took the mind off the boat removal was caught on video by the US as Bainbridge which was dispatched to the area after the tankers were attacked today as flag day. And it's also President Trump, seventy third birthday, happy birthday. Mr President, also White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is leaving soon. I couldn't be prouder to have had the opportunity to serve my country, and particularly to work for this president that was during a White House event yesterday where President Trump said Sanders has done a great job, and we'll be heading back home to Arkansas. President Trump has not yet named a replacement for Sarah. Could be centers, and as one reporter sarcastically pointed out, Mick Mulvaney, is currently the director of office management budget acting White House chief of staff and acting director of the consumer financial protection bureau. So maybe he can do it. Mike. Bauer NBC News Radio. What are Republican calls in a story day, a democrat calls a waste of time today, you know, glues accounts governor onto Santa's will sign a Bill banning sanctuary cities. State, Senator Joe Grutter sponsored the Bill that makes it a legal for cities to ignore federal request to hold suspects who are in the country illegally. John Whitley's democratic state committee man for Okaloosa county and he tells the daily news, the Bill is just a dog whistle to the Republican base. Stephen Diener news talk, eight fifty. W. F T, L girl, accidentally set herself on fire and Broward County last night inside a home in Fort Lauderdale, firefighters believed. The girl used a lighter set a bottle of rubbing alcohol on fire, then dropped the bottle. She suffered second degree burns to thirty percent of her body and is in the mine. Emme burns center speaker of the house is highlighting what she calls. A graveyard of bills being buried by Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell leader McConnell seems to take great pride in calling himself, the grim reaper. It's part of his political campaign. It's part of the price. You'd takes his leader of the Senate Pelosi pointed to more than a dozen bills approved by Democrats in the house that the grim reaper is sitting on proud county man could be the next fashion superstar wilt manner Sebastian gray on Bravo's project runway last night. And the raptors won the NBA championship last night. And Justin Rose is alone atop the leaderboard after the first round of the US, open Tiger Woods is one under your next update and a half hour. I'm caring her to stay connected with us any time. Eight fifty Wf, tail dot com..

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"office management budget" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"I haven't seen. I thought George W Bush's administration was corrupt Ronald Reagan's. You know for the arms-for-hostages deal, and you know, money laundering, and what have you? But I mean this like totally takes the cake. I mean, this looks this makes he makes Richard Nixon look you'd like an honest. And he hit over the nickname. Tricky dick after all, right? Absolutely. Well, and so this is to me, this is one of the great ironies is he campaigned on draining the swamp, and Rick you're smart enough to know. So many of us is one of the that. That was a joke in an irony that he wanted to just take over the swamp and just pour all of his proceeds into his own pocket. I mean, it was talking about draining the swamp, but Rick idea joking, joking and laughing in his face aside. I think he's made he's made such a mockery of who. He is. And who the Republican party is that the Democrats are going to benefit in a very very significant substantial way and very very quickly and the kind of populism that Benedict Donald is doing this. Kind of native is racist populism is right now it's already giving way to economic populism which is yeah. The Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren kind of populism, and that's that's the way it ought to be in America tax, the rich, and I had this polio from the hill and Harris. Where is seventy four percent of Americans that even Republicans independence. Everybody says come on tax fairness, you bet because everybody sees it. It's all gone ridiculous. Oh, and by the way. While got your Mick Mulvaney. Mick Mulvaney, the office management budget in twenty eleven when he was a congressman when he was when he was a tea bagging new congressman from South Carolina. Mick Mulvaney, said he would rather have the US default on its debt, right? Then then raise than raise the debt ceiling on a clean debt ceiling limit. He was such a deficit hawk. He was Dolan crazy with John Boehner. And all all these other teabag idiots about all the debt and the deficit. Now, the dude is the director of the office of management of budget. And he's presiding over one trillion dollar annual budget deficit twenty two trillion in debt, and he was quoted as saying, quote, nobody cares. ABC news, quoting Mick Mulvaney as saying about the debt and deficit quote. Nobody cares. Close quote. Absolutely. So Dick Cheney in two thousand and three said deficits don't matter. Right. Believe me. So. Norm. Norm. It's okay. If you Republican, I y are, okay. I right. It's Rachel did that I okay, why a our it's okay. If you're Republican. You've got to balance the budget. I mean, you know, it's it's in one one last thing dorm for economic populism. I've got a three word term paraphrase. Motorhead eat the rich. Eat the rich guy. But maybe with some ketchup Berman as those guys. I mean, that's a this.

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"office management budget" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Compromise on the budget inside a CR originally. And then of course, we've heard from Coker Rush Limbaugh. Why is it not wanting to go back to working again? Or is he the president's laid out what he wants we sent a detailed letter from the office management budget to congress, and we had a number of discussions discussing. What we're looking for. We haven't backed down from that. We haven't changed our position. So she she essentially denies that Trump flip flop and he didn't flip flop. He was never going to sign it. But you hit this stupid reporter. I don't know who it is. It's not identified the president's single. He might compromise on the budget and sinus CR originally. Of course, we heard from an quoted Rush Limbaugh. Why is he not wanting to go back to where he why he never left? He was never gonna sign it. Now, we move on to CNN, and it'll Brian Stelter. Who bless his heart is still trying still holding out hope that BuzzFeed got it. Right. That Trump told Cohen alive. Poor little bright. He just all morbid holding out hope that it could still be true. This is Saturday CNN's newsroom. The anchor info babe was Ana Cabrera and they had a little exchange. And of course, it was about me. We saw the outrage from people like Ann Coulter. And Rush Limbaugh, and the president changed his mind saying, no, I need the money for the wall those right wing hose to were pushing the president to deliver a wall in December. They haven't really given the president a way out of this situation. Now, they really haven't provided a lot of ideas or proposed solutions. How do you know? Brian. How do you know what I have advised the president what I haven't. No. I haven't given them a way out of this happy. You know? I haven't told him what I think he ought to do just because what you want hasn't happened. You're assuming that I don't have a way out of this for Trump. What if I don't think Trump needs a way out of this? What if I think Pelosi and Chuck need a way out of this? What if I think the democrat party in the media need a way out of this? What have I don't think Trump neat thing? But Brian how do you know? What I've told Trump and what I Brian do. You know, the last time I spoke to the president. Do you know what we said the last time, we spoke, Brian, do, you know, where it was when we were speaking was I wearing a golf shirt or not last time. I spoke to him. I have not given the president of way out of the situation. What what? Here's Antequera really believe this the president changed his mind. He was all ready to sign this until. It's a hundred eighty degrees wrong on on this week Sunday morning and ABC Martha Raddatz was guest hosting. She asked Republican Senator James Langford from Oklahoma about Trump's offer of temporary protection. All I don't want to get to that yet. The need to set this up before we let me take a brief timeout. Now, we'll do that. Check for new apple bay. Don't have my hopes high Martin Luther King day, nobody working except those of us who matter back here in a second everywhere. What the American dream so should gaining American citizenship be simple or hard. Rush limbaugh. Nails the answer in his latest bonus report, why becoming an American citizen should not be easy. Get it free with a new subscription to the Limbaugh letter at Rush Limbaugh dot com. You're listening to the..

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"office management budget" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Compromise on the budget and sign a CR originally. And then of course, we've heard from Coulter Limbaugh. Why is he not want to go back to where he was in the beginning? Or is he the president's laid out what he wants we sent a detailed letter from the office management budget to congress, and we had a number of discussions discussing. What we're looking for. We haven't backed down from that. We haven't changed our position. So she she essentially denies that. Trump flip. Did he didn't flip flop? He was never going to sign it. But you hear this stupid reporter. I don't know who it is. It's not identified the president's signal. He might compromise on the budget and sinus CR originally. Of course, we heard from an quoted Rush Limbaugh. Why is he not wanting to go back to where he why he never left? He was never gonna sign it. Now, we move on to CNN, it'll Brian Stelter. Who bless his heart is still trying still holding out hope that BuzzFeed got it. Right. That Trump told Cohen alive. Poor little bright. He'd just all more been holding out hope that it could still be true. This is Saturday CNN's newsroom. The anchor at info babe was Ana Cabrera and they had a little exchange. And of course, it was about me the outrage from people like Ann Coulter. And Rush Limbaugh, and the president changed his mind saying, no, I need the money for the wall those right wing hosts who were pushing the president to deliver a wall in December. They haven't really given the president a way out of this situation. Now, they really haven't provided a lot of ideas or propose delusions. How do you know, Brian? How do you know what I have advised the president? And what I haven't. No, I haven't given him away out of this happy. You know? I haven't told him what I think he ought to do just because what you want hasn't happened. You're assuming that I don't have a way out of this for Trump. What if I don't think Trump needs a way out of this? What if I think? Pelosi and Chuck need a way out of this. What if I think the democrat party in the media need a way out of this? What have I don't think Trump needs to do anything? But Brian how do you know? What I've told Trump and what I Brian to you know, the last time I spoke to the president. Do you know what we said the last time, we spoke, Brian, do, you know, where it was when we were speaking was I wearing a golf shirt or not the last time I spoke to him. I have not given the president of way out of the situation. What? Here's Ana really believe. This the president changed his he was all ready to sign this. It's a hundred eighty degrees wrong on on this week Sunday morning and ABC Martha Raddatz was guest hosting. She asked Republican Senator James Lankford from Oklahoma about Trump's offer of temporary protection. All I don't want to get to that yet. The need to step this by up before we let me take a brief timeout. Now, we'll do that. Check for new apple beta don't have my hopes high Martin Luther King day, nobody working except those of us who matter back here in just a second..

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"office management budget" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Compromise on the budget and sign a CR originally. And then of course, we heard from Ann Coulter Limbaugh why is not wanting to go back to where he wasn't again. Or is he the president's laid out what he wants we sent a detailed letter from the office management budget to congress, and we had a number of discussions discussing. What we're looking for. We haven't backed down from that. We haven't changed our position. So she she essentially denies that. Trump flip flopped. Did he did he was never gonna sign it? But you hear this stupid reporter. I don't know who it is. It's not identified the president signaled. He might compromise on the budget and sinus CR originally. Of course, we heard from an quoted Rush Limbaugh. Why is he not wanting to go back to where he why he never left? He was never gonna sign it. Now, we move on to CNN a little Brian Stelter? Who bless his heart is still trying still holding out hope that BuzzFeed got it. Right. That Trump told Cohen alive. Poor little bright. He just all morbid holding out hope that it could still be true. This is Saturday CNN's newsroom. The anchor info babe was Ana Cabrera and they had a little exchange. And of course, it was about me the outrage from people like Ann Coulter. And Rush Limbaugh, and the president changed his mind saying, no, I need the money for the wall. Those right wing host to were pushing the president to deliver a wall in December. They haven't really given the president a way out of this situation. Now, they really haven't provided a lot of ideas or proposed solutions. How do you know, Brian? How do you know what I have advised the president what I haven't. No. I haven't given him a way out of this happy. You know? I haven't told him what I think he ought to do just because what you want hasn't happened. You're assuming that I don't have a way out of this for Trump. What if I don't think Trump needs a way out of this? What if I think? Pelosi and Chuck need a way out of this. What if I think the Democratic Party in the media need a way out of this? What have I don't think Trump needs to do anything? But Brian how do you know? What I've told Trump and what I Brian do. You know, the last time I spoke to the president. Do you know what we said the last time, we spoke, Brian, do, you know, where it was when we were speaking was I wearing a golf shirt or not last time. I spoke to him. I have not given the president away out of the situation. What what a claim? Here's Anna career, really believe this the president changed his mind. He was all ready to sign this. It's a hundred eighty degrees. Rog on on this week Sunday morning and ABC Martha Raddatz was guest hosting. She asked Republican Senator James Langford from Oklahoma about Trump's offer of temporary protection. All I don't want to get to that yet. The need to step this up before we let me take a brief timeout. Now, we'll do that check for new. Apple beta don't have my hopes high Martin Luther King day, nobody working except those of us who matter back here in just a.

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"office management budget" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"He might compromise on the budget and sign a CR originally. And then of course, we heard from Ann Coulter. Rush limbaugh. Why is he not wanting to go back to where he was in the beginning? Or is he the president laid out what he wants. We sent a letter from the office management budget to congress, and we've had a number of discussions discussing what we're looking for. We haven't backed down from that. We haven't changed our position. So she she essentially denies that. Trump flip flopped. And he didn't flip flop. He was never gonna sign it. But you hear this stupid reporter. I don't know who it is. It's not identified the president's simple. He might compromise on the budget and sinus CR originally. Of course, we heard from an quoted Rush Limbaugh. Why is he not willing to go back to where he why he never left? He was never gonna sign it. Now, we move on to CNN a little Brian Stelter? Who bless his heart is still trying still holding out hope that BuzzFeed got it. Right. That Trump told Cohen to live. Poor little bright. He'd just been holding out hope that it could still be true. This is Saturday CNN's newsroom. The anchor at info babe was Anna Brera, and they had a little exchange. And of course, it was about me. We saw the outrage from people like Ann Coulter. And Rush Limbaugh, and the president changed his mind saying, no, I need the money for the wall those right wing hosts who were pushing the president to deliver a wall in December. They haven't really given the president a way out of this situation. Now, they really haven't provided a lot of ideas or proposed solutions. How do you know, Brian? How do you know what I have advised the president? And what I haven't. How do you know? I haven't given him a way out of this. How you know? I haven't told him what I think he ought to do just because what you want hasn't happened. You're assuming that I don't have a way out of this for Trump. What if I don't think Trump needs a way out of this? What if I think Pelosi and Chuck need a way out of this? What if I think the democrat party in the media need a way out of this? What have I don't think Trump needs to do anything? But Brian how the, you know? What I've told Trump and what I Brian do. You know, the last time I spoke to the president. Do you know what we said the last time, we spoke, Brian, do, you know, where it was when we were speaking was I wearing a golf shirt or not last time. I spoke to him. I have not given the president of way out of the situation. What? Here's Ana really believe. This the president changed his mind. He was all ready to sign this until it's one hundred eighty degrees wrong on on this week Sunday morning and ABC Martha Raddatz was guest hosting. She asked Republican Senator James Lankford from Oklahoma about Trump's offer of temporary protection. All I don't want to get to that yet. The need to step this by up before we let me take a brief timeout. Now, we'll do that check for a new apple beta don't have my hopes high Martin Luther King day, nobody working except those of us who matter back here in just a second everywhere..

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"office management budget" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And I hear that Trump is about ready to sign a continuing resolution to keep the government open that did not have any money from the wall in it. Well, it turns out wasn't true. But that's what I was hearing what I had been told. So I'm talking about it right here on the radio real radio real radio. Now talking about it. And I'm expressing shock and dismay. And I think this can't happen. This is this this this can't happen. When the middle of this literally while I'm speaking my phone has an alert go off. And it is a message from somebody who is with the president. And the message is this isn't true. The president isn't going to sign the continuing resolution that doesn't have money for the wallet. The message to me was whatever you're hearing is not true. Now, the media is portraying this the exact opposite. And they keep creating montages based on it this way. What the media is saying is that Trump was in the process of signing. It. And then I started complaining about it on the radio and somebody ran into the Oval Office and warned Trump that I was really unhappy and was really being critical and Trump stopped and changed his mind and decided not to sign it. That's what they want you to think happened. As I say most host would gladly promote that narrative. To try to make her audiences think that they are imminently powerful. I do not have to make you think that you already know it. So I can tell you with great certitude and security that the story they have. And this is week five of this. Now. The truth is Trump was never gonna sign it. He was not in the process of signing. It. And I got a note during this supposed signing ceremony or the period of time where he would sign it that he had changed his mind because of me, and so this is what the note said, you're got it wrong. He's not gonna sign it whoever's tell you rest assured, and it was somebody direct access to the pre was not him. So I mentioned. After the next commercial break. Ladies don't. I just heard just got a message just got a flash note. Here assuring me from somebody with the president that he's not gonna sign it. Well, the media heard that and they put two and two together knowingly that they didn't have to and to. And they've now run when it for five weeks. That Trump was going to sign it and didn't win the truth. Is he wasn't going to sign it? And this is another glowing gold bearing. Example of how the media literally makes it up and lies to people and all of their analysts. And it doesn't matter. What network you go to CNN MSNBC, and whatever guests, they have whatever endless. They're all promoting this. And of course, the real purpose of this is to make Trump look like a dodo like he has no idea what he's doing. I can't do anything without being told what to do. It's just a variation on the spin of how you've always been treated from the days this program began you are bunch of mine number robots cannot make up your minds about anything. Don't know what to think don't know how to vote until I give you instructions and orders. And now they're simply saying that Trump is a big is among the crowd that on their own in capable of independent thought because they don't have any intelligence can't do anything without me. And it's also a way of focusing people that don't listen this program on me as the real obstacle. The whatever it is. That the left wants to happen here. Because I obviously a very good fundraiser for them now Sarah Sanders, the press secretary at the White House late Friday afternoon was interviewed by reporters reporter asked her about all this. Here's here's the sound bite. Might compromise on the budget and sign a CR originally. And then of course, we've heard from an Coulter Limbaugh why is not wanting to go back to work again. Or is he the president's laid out what he wants we sent a detailed letter from the office management budget to congress, and we had a number of discussions discussing. What we're looking for. We haven't backed down from that..

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"office management budget" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Thing. One tonight. The president is having such a hard time getting people to come work for him that basically every open job that comes up. He gives it to Mick Mulvaney. Whether he wants it or not found the congressman from South Carolina. I came on board is the director of the office management budget, then near the end of two thousand seventeen he added a second job as director of the consumer financial protection bureau late in two thousand eighteen Mulvaney made the mistake of being in the White House on a day that Trump had no one to replace John Kelly. And so he kept the first drop drop the second job, and then also became Trump's acting chief of staff now Mulvaney, reportedly insisted on that acting in the title just in case some other great job opportunity came up or maybe already had his eyes on his fifth job in three years. That's two in sixty seconds. Mick Mulvaney, jack-of-all-trades and the Trump administration is reportedly working on an exit plan. According to the New York Times late in two thousand eighteen Mulvaney explored the possibility of becoming the president of the university of South Carolina. I was before he got stuck with Trump's acting chief of staff job. And of course, he has that other job as Ownby director as well. But as last week a person close to mister Mulvaney said he's still interested in the presidency of his home state university, which will become open the summer. The White House is of course, pushing back spokesman HOGAN Gidley says Mick Mulvaney is focused on faithfully executing the job the president have asked him to do. And as such he is not interested in any other positions. Are you sure about that HOGAN? On the acting chief of staff, I'm retaining my my formal position at the office.

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"office management budget" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Six hundred Memphis ninety two point one FM W E G R HD two Memphis, an iheartradio station, the FBI did not act improperly. During an interview with President Trump's former national security advisor to court filing. Prosecutors sexual counsel Robert Muller's office say the seriousness of former national security adviser, Michael Flynn's offense cannot. Not be called into question in the circumstance of his interview with the FBI did not present mitigating consideration for a lighter sentence Flynn's lawyers and a sentencing memo argued their client was not warned during his interview with the FBI was a crime delight a federal agents, the special counsel memo notes splints background in government leading an intelligence agency. Still prosecutors recommend a light sentence along as Flynn continues to cooperate with their investigation Jared Halpern in Washington. The White House responding to comments by President Trump's former personal attorney over hush money payments made to women in the run-up to the two thousand sixteen presidential election. Michael Cohen claims the president ordered him to make the payment, quite frankly for the media to give credence to a convicted criminal who has lied on multiple occasions in self admitted doing just that is quite frankly laughable, the president has maintained said many times he has never instructed Michael Cohen to do anything. Illegal. We stand by the White House deputy press secretary. Hogan Gidley Cowan's been sentenced to three years in prison for multiple offenses, including the payments, which violate campaign finance law and a Fox News now, President Trump naming office management budget director, Mick Mulvaney, is the acting White House chief of staff the president tweeting make has done an outstanding job all in the administration. And he writes, I look forward to working with him in his new capacity and thanking John Kelly for service calling him a great patriot Wall Street at the close the Dow lost four hundred ninety six points, the SNP down one fifty nine is this Fox News. Traffic coming from the wolf chase Toyota studio wolf chase Toyota once again, Memphis is number one volume store still dealing with that disabled vehicle southbound on I five near Brooks road exit five eight other than that. It's a lot of cars on the roadway Friday before trying to get to where they need to go three or four minutes, you know, at certain places, so just enjoyed this habit. Patients around the city. I'm Terry Thomas. Traffic this.

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"office management budget" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"A job in america unless you happen to be a democrat running for congress and then they go on to say that's because voters who are employed are historically more likely to favor incumbents than those who are out of work office management budget director mr mulvaney who believe now heads the consumer protection bureau he pretty much is echoing this look we've got a jobless rate of around three point eight percent and then apparently we have democrats in four hundred and thirty five house districts and thirty five senate seats all facing major challenges they go through there every two year battle how do you see this working out in the days and weeks ahead as we go through these primaries and the general lead up to the overall midterm elections well the economic climate continues to climb or really sore when you look at the may jobs report and you consider the fact that it is expected to continue to grow the atlanta fed tractor tracker routinely reports an indication of anywhere from three to the upwards of four point five percent gdp in the near future we expect these trends to continue and as the economy grows month by month so to do the president's job approval number so to do the prospects of republicans in november as we saw at the generic ballot poll where just in february the cnn poll had republicans trailing by double digits now reuters poll has a winning by six so there's a direct correlation between the climbing economic prospects and the prospects of republicans in november and it's up to us to share the good news but the great thing about the economy is it's really the one thing that the media can't hide from the american people because they feel it they see it in their everyday lives as their paychecks grow that's true however they can overshadow it with other incantations and points of deviation and i have to admit except for shows like yours truly and other broadcasters out there in my sean of of discipline we don't hear much about it the.

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"office management budget" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stock trading city group is up one point seven percent of the firms equities business generated the most revenue since twenty ten and wells fargo is up nine tenths of a percent after reporting higher profit and a smaller drop in revenue than analysts were looking for futures are also higher we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on bloomberg s and p futures up fourteen points now dow futures up one hundred forty four nasdaq futures up thirty two it acts in germany's up eight tenths of a percent ten year treasury down one thirty seconds yield two point eight three percent the yield on the two year two point three five percents nymex crude oil a little chat changed at sixty seven zero seven a barrel comex gold is down about a tenth of a percent on ninety cents at thirteen forty one announce the euro a dollar twenty three twenty three and the yen one zero seven point seven zero that's a bloomberg business flash tom folks an annual discussion i turned to john tucker bloomberg surveillance jonah look at the calendar the officials surveillance calendar and it looks like on this friday saturday sundays fifteenth my taxes are due sometime in june right i would probably this this weekend should probably the ten forty ez and launch a new it somehow i suspect you don't have the easy pass through entities biscuits bill and now we need to get her accounting done and we do that with stan collender of msl groups dan what mess let me start with the question that i hear every day which is nobody knows what deductions to take for april of two thousand nineteen do we have any clue how much to take out of our paychecks for next year no i don't think so i they're they're still working on the regulations and we'll for awhile you know there's there's been a fight between the office management budget in the treasury department about who's going to issue the rigs and apparently it's just been decided to be a compromise between the two now that's a win for me but it's going to slow down the process even further so seriously we don't really know what to take out of our paychecks for next year especially for someone like.

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"office management budget" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Get involved in project because the white house projects the office management budget they project the the the the the the different regional feds they project out and why what's what's the purpose of it what what good does it do right so what's the purpose of doing it except to say are you know and and this isn't this is not a projected at trump because you and i talked about obama we used to laugh remember what they projected gross domestic product to be i mean it was bizarre some of the things that the white house the obama white house was coming out to it was so bizarre actually got to be funny here's a question do you think the kudlow will go in and say mr president stop using the stock market indicator of economic growth i think that that's quite possible because you know he can clearly spell out the risks again with that trust factor in place now is the chief economic adviser to the president based on a relationship that they've had for years then i think he would be more in line to you know again consider those things not that he doesn't otherwise but if he trusts the source this this case being kudlow than i suspect then that's going to be have a greater weight with the president it it always does it's a given trust is is the first thing you have to have and so if he's building a cabinet and a staff you know based on as you kinda said the other day you know people he can work with an an has a lot of respect for and trust in that's the whole point whether you agree with them on everything that's kinda secondary you need to know they're being straight with you at least for this particular president.

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"office management budget" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Here's what we projected out to be based on what we have seen and and so i can we can see that i don't know what overall it is for the government to get involved in because the white house projects the office management budget they project the the the the the the different regional feds they project out why what's what's the purpose of it what what good does it do right so what's the purpose of doing it except to say are you know and and this isn't this is not a projected at trump because you and i talked about obama we used to laugh remember what they projected gross domestic product to be i mean it was bizarre some of the things that the white house the obama white house was coming out to it was so bizarre actually got to be funny here's a question i think the kudlow will go in and say mr president stopped using the stock market is your indicator of economic growth i think that that's quite possible because you know he can clearly spell out the risks again with that trust factor in place at now is the chief economic adviser to the president based on a relationship that they've had for years then i think he would be more in line to you know again consider those things not that he doesn't otherwise but if he trusts the source this this case being kudlow then i suspect then that's going to be have a greater weight with president it always does it's a given trust is the first thing you have to have and so if he's building a cabinet and a staff you know based on as you kinda said the other day you know people he can work with an an has a lot of respect for and trust in and that's the whole point whether you agree with them on everything that's kinda secondary you need to know they're being straight with you at least for this particular president.

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"office management budget" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The republicans that gala governs diving they've got the stories ready to go with everybody blaming republicans for this so where i wanna start i want to start with perhaps one of the most brilliant members of the trump administration is the director of the office of management budget is name is mick mulvaney we have interviewed mick mulvaney for the limbaugh letter mick mulvaney is a proud rush baby mick mulvaney grew up listening to this program right along with his dad he said so in a interview with the limbaugh letter and they sent him out today at a briefing in the white house to deal with the media on this office management budget he knows the money in the federal government and particularly the administration's budget and he promptly in a brilliant messaging maneuver labelled this shutdown the schumer shutdown that's right name it because that's exactly what it is but mauve vainly remember now he's talking to an absolutely brain dead priest plot press corp they don't care what mulvaney is saying they're not attempting to learn from mo fanning mulvaney is simply the latest administration figure that they are to attempt to disagree with destroy expose what have you and so the press once again fails the people of this country by not even caring about being properly informed the only thing the press cares about as the horse race here the only thing they care about is will the democrats succeed in blaming republicans the press wants to the down they've got the move countdown clocks going they can't wait for the shot now they're so excited or more excited a over to shut than they are about obama's election or more exciting than the harvard christmas the weight they don't get excited about christmas they're salivating they can't wait so here is mojo vein aim we have but to soundbites again he is the director of the office of management and budget talking about the potential shut down the democrats in the senate are opposing a bill that they don't oppose therefore clean crs therefore the the extension to the cip programme many of them support the delays of the taxes most specifically the medical device tech's the cadillac tax especially they don't oppose anything in the bill but they are opposing.

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"office management budget" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The republicans that guy that governs diving they've got the stories radio with everybody blaming republicans for this so where i wanna start i wanna start with perhaps one of the most brilliant members of the trump administration is the director of the office of management and budget is name as mick mulvaney we have interviewed mick mulvaney for the limbaugh letter mick mulvaney is a proud rush baby mick mulvaney grew up listening to this program right along with his dad he said so in a interview with the limbaugh letter and they sent him out today at a briefing in the white house to deal with the media on this office management budget he knows the money in the federal government and particularly the administration's budget and he promptly in a brilliant messaging maneuver label this shutdown the schumer shut that's right name it because that's exactly what it is but move amy remember now he's talking to an absolutely brain dead priest plot press corp they don't care what mulvaney is saying they're not attempting to learn from mauve anne mulvaney is simply the latest administration figure that they are to attempt to disagree with destroy expose what have you and so the press once again fails the people of this country by not even caring about being properly informed the only thing the press cares about as the horse race here the only thing they care about is will the democrats succeed in blaming the republicans the press wants to the shutdown they've got the look countdown clocks go they can't wait for the shut now they're so excited are more excited a over to shutdown than they are about obama's election they're more exciting than they are over christmas wait they don't get excited about christmas there salivating they can't wait so here is mold vanney we have to sound soundbites again he is the director of the office of management and budget talking about the potential shut down the democrats in the senate are opposing a bill that they don't oppose therefore clean crs therefore the extension to the cip programme many of them support the delay and some of the taxes most specifically the.

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"office management budget" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Remm after saying he was going to cancel it a federal judge than came along and told trump you can't cancel would even though it's unconstitutional so the trump administration doj is now at the supreme court begging them to take the case so they can avoid the ninth circuit court of appeals which would extend this thing for another nine months and that's another thing it kind of bugs me the administration has to ask the supreme court we're dealing with something that's clearly blatantly unconstitutional trump cancelled it wax it and here comes a federal judge out an caliber you could do that the toward on the kids the judge is unconstitutional daca the deal that trump did that obama did is unconstitutional but even with trump's order the end it it doesn't have been all march the doctor kids we're not going to be deported this weekend nothing was going to happen this weekend this is purely a show by the democrats the cause chaos in the media is right in line the media is going to find the chaos the minute the shutdown begins the media's already got stories in the can i've already got interviews with government employees who haven't eaten in a week or dying of thirst who went to the doctor and the doctor wouldn't let them in because the government shutdown kids in the homes of federal employees are we crying like little baby little johnny shut up people i hear miami the republicans that guy that on starving they've got the stories radio with everbody blaming republicans for this so where i wanna start i wanna start with perhaps one of the most brilliant members of the trump administration is the director of the office of management budget is name as mick mulvaney we have interviewed mick mulvaney for the limbaugh letter mick mulvaney is a proud rush baby mick mulvaney grew up listening to this program right along with his dad he said so in a interview with the limbaugh letter and they sent him out today at a briefing in the white house to deal with the media on this office management budget he knows the money in the federal government and particularly the administration's budget and he promptly in a brilliant messaging maneuver label this shutdown the.

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"office management budget" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"office management budget" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The agency spending those funds and make a determination about how much agencies may hold as on obligated funds and to mr since point this would restore authority to congress and take it from unelected bureaucrats one problem as an example of the on accountability happ and in spring 2015 with department of homeland security's of funding fight congress was attempting to rain in uh president obama's for action for childhood arrivals her daca program when uh when the us citizenship and immigration services made it known that it intended to circumvent the will of congress but funding programme through fines and face now whatever your position might be on that issue i think we have to agree that that this is outside of uh the transparency and accountability we will have unconscious a while we might not while they might not all be funding programmes at congress never intended many agencies have accumulated substantial amounts of funds the agency accountability act which currently has over hundred thirty cosponsors would allow for more over site of federal agencies have would finally place the consumer financial protection bureau and the financial stability oversight council on a congressional oversight in his mr cleaver pointed out in regard to marshall missouri these are unelected bureaucrats who don't give one die of appropriate funding from congress that the basically thumbed their noses at members of congress when they have an issue like that he brought up in 2012 the office management budget reported that there was over seven hundred billion in on obligated funds held by federal agencies in some former senator tom coburn sophists estimated at over eighty two billion of those funds had been held an agency accounts for between six and twenty years in a more recent report the gao reported that eight hundred seventy billion in on applegate funds were held agencies across federal government the gao has reported extensively on this issue of on obligated funds and recommended a review of these balances to determine how they are managed in to seek opportunities for savings i would argue that requiring all on appropriate funds go to the treasury identified relates were the funds originated would substantially improve carcasses oversight overspending as well as ensure that federal agencies hold appropriate balances that are under the direction of side of congress we've been talking about earmarks i think this.

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