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U.S. Sends More Firepower to Middle East
"It is a truism of foreign military adventures that getting one troupe. Getting one's troops out rather can be at least as big a challenge as sending them in. The united states has deployed additional aircraft to afghanistan to protect its troops as they packed their kit prior to the anticipated departure later this year nearly twenty years after their first predescessors arrived that the us withdrawal will be popular with. Americans is in little doubt but there are political risks for president. Joe biden as well. Especially if a taliban resurgence this look less like withdrawal than a surrender on joined with more on this bite lukens former. Us diplomat now senior partner with cigna global advisors Lou how worried should the joe biden administration be about the next few months. Obviously what they're keen to avoid is people dredging up all that archive footage of people fleeing saigon by helicopter andrew. Yeah so i mean the irony. Is that in in an effort to withdraw. Our troops were sending more troops in in the short term to secure the the The removal of equipment and the withdrawal of troops but joe biden is definitely determined. Have all the. Us troops almost all us troops out by september eleventh. The real danger. I mean there's two. There's two dangerous here. One is at afghanistan just descends into prolific political turmoil and chaos and the other is at it reemerges as a base for terror attacks on the united states. I think the first scenario. Political chaos in afghanistan. Americans won't care that much about that. There are those within the political and diplomatic establishment. Who will care deeply. But the average american won't care that much. Afghanistan is just too far removed but if the al qaeda and taliban are able to re form the country as a terror basing site An effect terror attacks on american soil. From there that will will will send a strong message to joe biden. That you've got to do something maybe go back in there.
"one troops" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"City, but the first two were going to be in California. And the Pentagon says that those first troops should be arriving there in a little over a week. This is all part of President Biden supposed to set up 100, Mass vaccination centers all over the country within a month. FEMA has asked the Pentagon to supply as many as 10,000 service members to staff. Those 100 centers since announcement marks the beginning off the feeling that request oxes Christian Fish with White House as the bait razors on and many local school districts about whether kids should return to in person Learning. White House chief Met Cool advisor Dr Anthony Fauci supports getting kids back in class. Can't have Children going back to school as we've had in the past without necessarily having everyone vaccinated. All the teachers are all the students vaccinated. Chicago teachers unions has Mayor Lori Lightfoot and district officials have walked away from negotiations about covert safety protocols. Yesterday, Lightfoot said they had made what she called their last best offer. President Biden standing by his proposed nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package, where I see it, the biggest risk is not going to big If we go is if we go too small. The Republicans have said the proposal is too big. They had unveiled a much smaller package earlier this week. This is the House and Senate have both moved forward with the procedure that would get the president's plan approved with a simple majority. Ah, judge has ruled that Republican Claudia Tenney has defeated incumbent Democrat Anthony Brindisi. Represents CENTRAL New York by 109 votes in the country's last undecided congressional race. America is listening to Fox News.
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"The Pentagon says that those first troops should be arriving there in a little over a week. This is all part of President Biden's pushed to set up 100, mass vaccination centers all over the country within a month. FEMA has asked the Pentagon to supply as many as 10,000 service members to staff. Those 100 centers since announcement marks the beginning off the filling. That request are over 26 million confirmed US cases, according to Johns Hopkins University. Recall effort against California Governor Gavin Newsom is gaining more mo mentum Randy economy is a senior advisor to the of the effort who spoke to America report. We have hundreds of thousands of people who are Dedicated their lives to making this happen on Gus at the recall effort at recall Gavin 2020 Qamar is the vehicle and the engineer behind this movement, and we've never been more excited Governor Newsome being criticized for his handling of covert 19. Later said in the special run off for the seed in the Texas House, you having a rabbit has set the runoff election between David Spiller and Craig Quarter for February. 23rd the candidates are running to fill the House district 68 seat once occupied by newly elected state Senator Drew Springer. Springer beat Dallas alone owner Shelly Luther late last year in the race for a Senate seat. District includes Cook, Jack and Monty counties. Early Voting starts February 16th Plate. Nevil, WB AP New Sunday Super Bowl. 55 will not bring the typical economic boom to its host city of Tampa Bay amid the pandemic, But the game remains a coveted prize for cities across the country. Monica Paul with the Dallas Sports Commission says North Texas has expressed serious interest in hosting another Super Bowl. Next step, Sir. Them really getting through this Super Bowl, um, figuring out Obviously a sexist, covert and the pandemic and hopefully things get back on track and then can kind of resume. Some of those discussions. Weekend marks a decade since the Super Bowl was played at a TNT stadium in Arlington, Texas. Business closing numbers on Wall Street The Dow up 92 points NASDAQ Up 79 the S and P 500 up 15. Again Low tonight. 40. It is 58 degrees from the W B A P News desk. America Bushman Your next update at 6 30 24 7 coverage. A w b.
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"Going to be in California. And the Pentagon says that those first troops should be arriving there in a little over a week. This is all part of President Biden's pushed to set up 100, Mass vaccination centers all over the country within a month. FEMA has asked the Pentagon to supply as many as 10,000 service members to staff. Those 100 centers since announcement marks the beginning off the filling that request his Christian fish with White House as the bait razors on and many local school districts about whether kids should return to in person learning, White House chief medical advisor Dr Ransome Pathology supports getting kids back in class. Can't have Children going back to school as we've had in the past without necessarily having everyone vaccinated. All the teachers are all the students vaccinated. Chicago teachers unions has Mayor Lori Lightfoot and district officials have walked away from negotiations about covert safety protocols. Yesterday, Lightfoot said they had made what she called their last best offer. President Biden standing by his proposed nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package. I said the biggest risk is not going to big If we go is if we go too small. The Republicans have said the proposal is too big. They had unveiled a much smaller package earlier this week. This is the House and Senate have both move forward with the procedure that would get the president's plan approved with a simple majority. A judge has ruled that Republican Claudia Tenney has defeated incumbent Democrat Anthony Brindisi, who represents central New York by 109 votes in the country's last undecided congressional race. America.
"one troops" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Goto Lifelock dot com Use promo code Risk Sale ends July 20th. Good morning. It's Tuesday's lots of sunshine, a high of 95 a low tonight of 70 upper nineties on a Wednesday chance of rain late week. On your side That would be heresy. First of our chief meteorologist J P Dies NewsRadio 1055 W E. R. C right now. It's 80 degrees at Birmingham's News, Traffic and Weather Station News Radio, 1055 You're killing an innocent man. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. Those were Daniel Lewis Lee's last words two hours ago before he became the first federal prisoner executed in 17 years. Fox's Jeff Man also was on the case Live Dave just before he died from lethal injection at a prison in Terra Haute, Indiana, 47 year old Daniel Lee blamed a judge in Arkansas for ignoring evidence in his conviction. In the 1996 murders of a mother father and an eight year old girl. Supreme Court decision overnight cleared the way for Lee and two other execution's set this week and what Attorney General William Barr calls a duty to bring a sense of closure for victims, Dave See if they got a suspected cop killer in Washington State found him hiding on a rooftop the morning after a traffic stop turned deadly in both awful as other officers arrived to assist. Unfortunately, they found that one officer was deceased, and another was seriously injured Sarin snow with the Snohomish County response team. The Corona virus surgeon. Much of America has California closing bars again, and restaurants, museums and theaters and zoos. The Army is now overseeing the military's Corona virus response in California and Texas. The first troops arriving in Houston, where the mayor is proposing a two week complete lock down there in Florida, the state seeing nearly 13,000 new infections Monday following a record breaking 15,000 cases Sunday. It's Fox's Jackie Baniyas, Florida Senator Marco Rubio, a Republican..
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"one troops" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"one troops" Discussed on WTVN
"Forty-seven the Senate being equally divided the vice president votes in the affirmative GOP leaders didn't have the votes to pass a stopgap measure that included President Trump's five point seven billion dollar funding to build a border wall. Democrats saying they support border security and willing to allocate one point six billion in border security ABC's. Maggie Rulli has the latest the government shutdown leaving hundreds of thousands of workers in limbo just days before Christmas. And now everyone's passing the blame the president who recently said this I will take the mantle I will be the one to shut it down. I'm not gonna blame. You for is now making an abrupt about-face, we need the Democrats to give us their votes. Call it a democrat shutdown call it, whatever you want the two sides were unable to find a common ground with the president standing firm demanding five billion dollars to build his border wall. So what's next lawmakers will be back at noon? June today on Capitol Hill trying to approve a stopgap measure before Christmas homeland security Justice agriculture TSA among the agencies and departments that are affected. Essential government workers some four hundred and twenty thousand will work without pay for now. Other federal employees will stay home without a paycheck, President Trump earlier this week saying he's going to pull troops from Syria. And now there's talk hill reduced boots on the ground in Afghanistan. ABC's Martha Raddatz on what that could look like they're fourteen thousand troops there. Now in the goal is to drop down to seven thousand by the end of spring of next year. Senator Lindsey Graham says pulling out troops would be disastrous, but it will be tough to change Trump's mind on this one troop withdrawals and the monkey differences with the president among the reasons leading to Defense Secretary James Madison's resignation. This is ABC news. News Radio six ten WTVN..
"one troops" Discussed on KCRW
"Culver City, California. I'm Dwayne Brown. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis paid a visit today to some of the more than five thousand troops deployed to the US border with Mexico as in Paris, David welna. Tells us it's the first time Madison gone there since he authorized the move last month in the border town of Donna Texas secretary Mattis defended the pre-election deployment of active duty troops to the border. It's very clear that supporting mortar place our border patrol his necessary right now, Madison the forces are needed to install barbed wire and fly helicopters on Capitol Hill, New Mexico democratic Senator Tom udall said those jobs could be done by the national guard. I don't think these troops should really be down there. I think if the border states are saying that there should be additional sport. They should do it through the national guard udall said he certain the troop deployment was an election stunt that President Trump is now stuck with David welna NPR news, Washington. Shares up Pacific Gas and electric dropped more than twenty percent today. After the California utility said it could face a significant financial hit if it's found liable for sparking the state's deadliest wildfire last week in northern Cal. At least forty eight people have been confirmed dead and the campfire that laid waste to the town of paradise north of Sacramento and hundreds more still missing this is gonna be an easy task. But the operations will be thorough and exhaustive director Mark Ghilarducci with the governor's office of emergency services says his crews get more containment around. Wildfires officials are working on recovery plans. We're moving fast and all of this. I with tremendous response. Great work by all the firefighters and Cal fire into now, the recovery process as we're starting to work with local communities, the frame that up massive Woolsey fire north of Los Angeles is more than forty five percents around it. You're listening to NPR news. You're listening to KCRW news. I'm Steve take us. Let's update you on those numbers too. Because new numbers have come out in the camp wildfire in northern California. According to Cal fire officials and law enforcement officials who are investigating and obviously going through and sifting through a lot of the the rubble there. What's left of the town of paradise now saying fifty six people are confirmed dead in northern California in Butte county, one hundred thirty people remain missing in the camp wildfire with that number expected to go up the death toll there at fifty six right now. And again that death toll is expected to go up. Three people have died lost their lives so far in southern California. As part of the Wolsey fire that's burned since last week other news happening today the tight race for a southern California. How seat is getting even tighter Republican young Kim is leading her democratic challenger gilson's narrows by just one hundred twenty two votes. That's for the thirty ninth district largely in Orange County. But also, including L A. And San Bernardino counties as well that's a lot closer than even yesterday's tally. Meanwhile, in the forty fifth democrat, Katie Porter's leading over incumbent Republican Mimi Walters after trailing her on election day and in the central valley. First time candidate Josh harder has defeated four-term Republican Jeff Denham if Cisnero Cisneros rather keeps trending upward in Puerto holds her lead. The Orange County area could be completely blue in the house of representatives for the first time in recent memory. It is looking like a more like the Democrats could flip Orange County's entire delegation now at least two Republicans that are left standing or accusing their opponents of election dirty tricks KCRW, Eric Roy has more. As Ballard county continues. Irvine GOP congresswoman Mimi Walters has slipped behind law. Professor Katie Puerto by a couple of hundred votes Walters is now accusing Democrats of trying to steal the election in fundraising emails obtained by business. Insider Walters tells supports that Democrats are already preparing for a recount to try and steal this Republican seat in another manner. Walter says we must make sure that only valid votes from registered voters are counted. Meanwhile, Republican young Kim's lead over democrat gil-su's Netto see shrieking in an Orange County district that straddles LA county came as accused nets of tampering with ballots and harassing voters. KCRW Eric Roy reporting six thirty four I'm on an onto the point Newt Gingrich and his impact on congress, basically trying to strip away all of the civilising aspects of our politics of our institutions to LeVine wherever you get your podcast support for NPR comes from focus features, presenting boy, erase starring Lucas hedges, Nicole Kidman and. Russell Crowe based on the true story of a son who must overcome the fall out of being outed to his parents now and select the and from C three providing a software platform that enables organizations to deploy artificial intelligence in IOT solutions of industrial scale, C, three dot AI. Quick check on traffic, low Holly, just keep in mind that Pacific Coast Highway is still closed between lust post says en Las Flores canyon. And all the canyon roads are still closed due to the fire the Malibu area, Holly Adams. Thank you six thirty five right now from NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm ari. Shapiro chang. Chang. Congress may be on the verge of a major overhaul of the criminal Justice system. And it seems to go against President Trump's tough talk on crime. A bipartisan group of lawmakers is hoping to push the Bill across the finish line as they return for the upcoming lame duck session, the president weighed in on that idea this afternoon Americans from across the political spectrum. Can unite around prison reform legislation that will reduce crime while giving our fellow citizens chance at redemption NPR, national Justice correspondent Carrie Johnson has been following this issue for years and years. Hey, Keri hilson. So this Bill it doesn't exactly seem to gel with President Trump's past rhetoric about upholding law and order just explain this to me how does being more lenient on some drug sentences fit in with his whole tough on crime talk inside the White House, the president's son-in-law Jared Kushner has made sentencing in prison reform a top priority. He has a personal connection because his father served prison time, right? Jared Kushner's arranged roundtables for President Trump to get him used to the idea. Now, the former attorney general Jeff Sessions was a staunch opponent of leniency for drug criminals. But remember Jeff Sessions was forced down last week at Justice, and his replacement acting attorney general Matt Whitaker doesn't seem to have trouble. With this proposal over the weekend, though, another important voice chimed in the fraternal order of police. They're the biggest law enforcement union, the F O P endorsed Donald Trump during the campaign, and they have a lot of clout. Okay. So that opened the door even wider. I mean, there's been so much back and forth between lawmakers on this Bill. Can you just catch us up for a moment? What exactly is inside this legislation? Now, there's a lot of language about making education and Dr training available to violent prisoners and giving them a chance to earn credits to get out sooner. That idea was not controversial. But this deal also includes some changes to criminal penalties. Here's what we know. So far it'll help inmates who were punished under an old law that gave them harsher sentences for crack cocaine rather than powder cocaine that law hit the African American community, very hard disproportionally. Those people will be allowed to go back and ask just to let them out of prison and moving forward for new defendants. This plan would also reduce some mandatory minimum sentences and. Give more power to judges to use their discretion. So what's been the reaction to this Bill? So far, I reached out to Holly Harris, she's executive director of the Justice Atkin network, which lobbied for changes to the Justice system. Here's what she had to say. We're very hopeful that this Bill will also lead to two second chances for so many individuals who need treatment who who really want to get job training who want to return to society support their families find good jobs improve their education secure adequate housing now. Holly Harrison, she knows a lot of people got discouraged when nothing happened in congress during the Obama years, but she says Senator Chuck Grassley Republican Senator dick Durbin democrat really held together and help push this plan the groups fan the group named families against mandatory minimums also supports the proposal. They point out more than nine and ten people in federal prison eventually returned to the community. So it just makes sense to provide more options for them in prison importantly, the Senate majority leader. Her Mitch McConnell has been lukewarm about this idea for a long time earlier today, he said the Senate has a lot to do this year appropriations and the farm Bill, but this show of support today from President Trump may help move Justice reform higher up on the list that the things that the Senate will do before they break, I guess, we'll just have to wait and see NPR's national Justice. Correspondent Carrie Johnson. Thanks kerry. My pleasure. Another story line that came out of the midterm elections is about voter frustration with the way districts are drawn in most states politicians draw the lines that determine where you vote and that can lead to partisan gerrymandering drawing, the lines to favor a certain party last week voters in Michigan and Colorado approved measures that take redistricting out of the hands of politicians and put that task in the hands of independent commissions to find out more about how these conditions work. We are speaking now with Michael Lee, he's with the Brennan center for Justice in New York. Welcome. Thank you for having me all these ballot measures were. Seeing is this a sign that there is growing interest in redistricting reform in rolling back during Mandarin. Absolutely. There's been more energy around this issue than any time that I can remember there if you add Ohio where a measure passed in may have been five measures on the ballot and four or five of them. We'll have passed this year, and there's never been energy like that. And is this growing energy because the twenty twenty cents is is coming up is that why I think the energy around. This issue comes from the fact that people both Democrats and Republicans and people who bar affiliated with either party increasingly understand that something is broken in our democracy. And that the way that minds are drawn have a big part to do with that and a few years ago. This issue resonated with nobody in polling, you it didn't move odors one way or the other than I think people have been really frustrated with the way that they were drawn this decade. And I think a lot of people are looking forward to new ways of doing it in the future. And some of those new ways are for states to redraw district lines by using. What's called these independent commissions? Can you tell us how these missions work? Well, they vary a bit. But the general idea is that you select people through a process, it's very do selecting a jury there's a screening process or not picked by lawmakers, and then they get to work, and they draw lines of holding lots of public hearings are generally fairly strict transparency requirements around these which is something that doesn't occur right now. Where lawmakers all the maps, and then they have to pass it on a bipartisan basis in that itself. Ensures that the maps are going to be fair because you have to compromise it for us you fail, and there are some states that have been using independent commissions for years. Now do voters seem to be happy with the results. Absolutely. I mean there had been virgins on commissions in relatively small states like Montana, and I'd Aho before but California adopted commission for the most recent mount drying process, and it's a large demographically complicated state, and the result is much more competition. Much more compact districts districts. Do a better job of keeping communities together. And that produce more wins by women by people of color by people who don't have access to big money and a lot of that is due to the way that the maps are drawn and they're drawn much more fairly. Well, a lot of those outcomes that you're citing would seem to favor Democrats are Republicans fighting some of these changes. Well, it's favored Democrats recently. But the maps are drawn, and and you can measure this. I if Republicans start to do better if they figure out how to message to voters if they start to figure out how to win votes from people of color or for younger voters,.
"one troops" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. While visiting the US Mexico border today Defense Secretary, Jim Mattis, urged servicemembers to ignore the news and stay focused on their mission. But it is difficult to escape the growing questions about their mission, including were they sent to the border for purely political reasons and since the election, what happened to all of President Trump's urgent warnings about a migrant caravan invasion. He hasn't tweeted the word caravan since the midterms compared to forty five mentions in the three weeks before election day. Let's bring in Barbara Starr at the Pentagon Barbara in the weeks before the election, the president painted a stark picture, he sent thousands of potentially armed troops to the border kind of suggesting he was doing. So to fend off an invasion of dangerous migrants. What's actually going on on the ground down there? Well, what's coming on on the ground today where the secretary of defense was not a migrant to be seen no price tag attached to this mission? And jay. That's just the beginning of some of the questions. Defense Secretary James Mattis checking up on the troops at the bare bones military camp on the Texas border with Mexico. Fifty nine hundred troops deployed to help stop caravans migrants. Still hundreds of miles from the US Mexico border, which President Trump has warned about you look at what's marching up. That's an invasion. That's not that's an invasion, but on the ground. The reality is different Mattis reiterating, the military will not be confronting the migrants. If he defended the mission feel moral of ethical mission toward our mortar patrolman thirteen hundred of those troops in Texas, largely tasked with putting concertina wire without weapons in hand part of their orders to barricade the Texas border where migrants coming north may try to cross the troop doing that. Obviously are not armed. They don't need their weapons. The engineer delayed the part wire the soldiers marines doing net or what? Overwatch by MP's who are armed Mattis will aware of the political firestorm surrounding the deployment now telling American forces to ignore the news media, they're all sorts of stuff in the news that sort of thing you discount paid on what your company commander. You're tying commander killed. If you read all that stuff. But the question of President Trump's political motivation for sending troops is not going away. From October sixteenth to November, six midterm election day, forty five tweets mentioning the border, but since then zero I think that strengthens the argument by those who believe that this was a politically motivated mission in the first place for summer moment. Madison fisting there is precedent for forces on the border actually, citing punch via the famed Mexican revolutionary leader. I think many of you where the printed Wilson a hundred years ago a little over one hundred years ago, deployed the US stormy to the southwest border. That's over a century ago. The threat thin, which punctual Via's troop a revolutionary rating across the border into the United States, New Mexico. Nineteen sixty the difference being punch Avia led a group of revolutionaries. With guns while the current group of migrants includes men women and children who are mostly escaping violence in their own countries. One shoulder asked Mattis at they're all going to have to go back and pick up all that concertina wire they late. He did not have an answer for that. There is no answer. How many troops have any will make it home for thanksgiving? But the secretary of defense talking about punch Avia an incident on that border back in one thousand nine hundred sixteen Jake, all right? Barbara Starr at the Pentagon. Thanks so much take a listen again to something secretary Mattis said today about the mission. We were asked why the Fikri Terry due to the number of coming this way, defend them. Whether that means it means that people do all the worst. We're standing behind a confidence builder. And that sort of thing. So the department of homeland security's in charge and the customs and border patrol and presumably other agencies are there, providing the security and the troops. Are there is a confidence builder? What does it? Yeah. I didn't know that. That's what American troops. Did. I fought, you know. And if you listen to what the president was saying, he was saying this was an invasion, and they would be there men be armed and presumably he said that they would be shooting on some of these folks if they threw walks, I, you know, I not a military person..
"one troops" Discussed on AP News
"Radio news. I'm Ed Donahue, the first sizable amount of migrants from Central America have arrived at the US border in Tijuana, Mexico near California about three hundred fifty arrived yesterday about the same amount expected today lead time Defense Secretary James Mattis visited troops today along the border. Here's the AP saga megani? Critics call it a political stunt, but as he traveled to south, Texas. The Pentagon chief said the deployment of some fifty eight hundred troops from the border mission represents good training for future missions. I believe so far. Give proving our readiness at a camp in Donna, Texas Mattis and homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen met with some of the troops in the world right now. All the American Mattis. Earlier said all the troops will have accomplished what Nielson's department asked of them within ten days, but noted they will likely get more tasks, and he won't say when the mission might end, nor how much it will cost saga megani. At the White House in northern California names have been released of about eighty people who are still missing from the big wildfire burning there, including many in their eighties and nineties the fire has killed at least forty eight people. Meantime, the Los Angeles County sheriff's department says human remains were found in a burned home in a gory hills. It is apparently the third fire related death in southern California. A Justice department released internal legal opinion supports the legality of Matthew Whitaker's appointment is acting attorney general there's mounting complaints. President Trump illegally sidestep procedure by appointing Whitaker over deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, twenty nine more plaintiffs have joined one of two lawsuits filed against Ohio State University by alumni who say they were victims of sexual misconduct by. A team doctor Dr Richard Strauss during the two decades he worked there. Authorities say Florida school shooting suspect nNcholas crews attacked a detention officer at a county jail. He faces new charges. This is AP radio. News. A contentious opening statement in the New York trial of Mexican drug kingpin known as El Chapo, federal judge. Brian Cogan admonished El Chapo defense team to stick to the facts, the reprimand came after an opening statement in which attorney Jeffrey Lichtman claimed Joaquin Guzman wasn't the leader of the Sinn alot drug cartel. But the Patsy for the real leader who stayed free by paying bribes to Mexican presidents. The last two presidents of Mexico issued strongly worded denials and the prosecution asked Cogan to throw out the opening statement, he stopped short of that El Chapo is on trial in Brooklyn on charges that could put him in prison for life. Warren Levinson, New York police in Detroit are hunting for a sixty nine year old registered sex offender, who they believe shot and killed an unarmed security guard and a woman after attempting to rape another woman at a senior housing complex where he lives officers in Detroit say the woman, he tried to sexually assault pull the fire alarm and ran away. I'm Ed Donahue, AP radio news. AP radio news. I'm Ed Donahue, the first sizable amount of migrants from Central America.
"one troops" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"News channel. Caravan of migrants continues to make its way north only now with the legal wrinkle. Some of the caravan suing President Trump saying their constitutional rights are being violated. The class action lawsuit was filed in federal court against President Trump the department of Justice and department of homeland security it was filed on behalf of six hundred migrants and their children who are part of the caravan now making its way toward the US border. The lawsuit is asking the court to declare the president's policies unconstitutional. Mr. Trump says undocumented migrants would be held at the border, and that asylum seekers would be blocked from claiming asylum if they're caught crossing the border anywhere, except for legal points of entry immigrant's rights activists argue that holding migrants intense violates to Flora's act, which dictates how long and in what conditions the federal government can detain children. Fox's Tracy Gallagher. Meanwhile, it will be more difficult to enter the US at least a lot of. Six-mile piece of the border. This is some of the first copper wire that's been put down twenty three miles over was brought in by the US military, and we're not sure how much of it. They're actually in her lay along the border. But this is now stretching between the two Hidalgo bridges here at the crossing near mcallen, Texas. And there's a reason why they chose this part of south, Texas, Eric to bring the first concertina wire and sense of the first troops on the ground. Because this is the busiest sector along the entire south west border for illegal crossings, according to the border patrol nearly twenty one thousand illegal alien Arash in October alone twenty one thousand in this area in October alone. One hundred thirteen percent increase over last year. And that's FOX's Tom Graham. The Democrats say it is an election year stunt, fourteen dead twenty-seven injured in a highway pile in.
"one troops" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Caravan of migrants continues to make its way north only now with a legal wrinkle. Some of the caravans suing President Trump saying their constitutional rights are being violated. The class action lawsuit was filed in federal court against President Trump the department of Justice and department of homeland security it was filed on behalf of six hundred migrants and their children who are part of the caravan now making its way toward the US border. The lawsuit is asking the court to declare the president's policies unconstitutional. Mr. Trump says undocumented migrants would be held in the border, and that asylum seekers would be blocked from claiming asylum if they're caught crossing the border anywhere, except for legal points of entry immigrant's rights activists argue that holding migrants intent cities, violates to Flora's act, which dictates how long and in what conditions the federal government can detain children. Fox's Tracy Gallagher. Meanwhile, it will be more difficult to enter the US at least a long. Six-mile piece of the border. This is some of the first us copter. Tina wire that's been put down twenty two miles. Over was brought in by the US military, and we're not sure how much of it. They're actually in our lay along the border. But this is now stretching between the two Hidalgo bridges here at the crossing near mcallen, Texas. And there's a reason why they chose this part of south, Texas. Eric to bring the first ka-katrina wire and first troops on the ground. Because this is the busiest sector along the entire southwest border for illegal crossings, according to the border patrol nearly twenty one thousand illegal alien arrests in October alone. Twenty one thousand in this area in October alone on one hundred thirteen percent increase over last year. And that's FOX's Tom Graham. The Democrats say it is an election year stunt, fourteen dead twenty-seven injured and a highway pileup in China..
"one troops" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Voice of boston twenty three here on the great w r k oh okay my friends joining me now is somebody who will be attending the rally in fact will be right up there with me is j mcmahon jay thank you so much for coming on the kunar report i really appreciate it i loved the boston thank you for having me on jeff in boston massachusetts jay i've got to ask you why are you attending the rally why will you be speaking with me at the rally this decision by this judge is so absurd and flies in the face of everything that law enforcement is trying to do in massachusetts we have an opiate crisis here which really is a curse and yet is touched every family in the commonwealth and it is absurd that this judge would just cut this guy loose knowing forty bags of heroin in the car it is it it just defies the lauren defies i anything that could happen in a situation i can't believe that this guy did what he did now i have a son or head of son who i lost to the opioid crisis my son joel was in the united states army he wanted to make the military career of iraqi freedom in two thousand three he was one of the first troops that baghdad he was inquired by night mission and he got injured they were under enemy fire but he didn't get injured by enemy fire and he ruined his back so the situation was that the military tried to tweet him right and they couldn't treat them and so they discharged them to the va and make a long story short the va treated them where oxycontin and basically they made they to my son they made them what they did to challenge the thousands of other disabled american veterans turn them into opiate addicts i in the two thousand eight i got the bad news that my son had died now i gotta tell you anybody who's anybody knows in massachusetts we've got a crisis on our hands it's not a daisy it's getting worse as you know i'm i'm a candidate for attorney general that's another reason why coming here to let my first amendment exercise by first amendment about this decision by this judge.
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"To training today how are you i'm doing good thanks for having me i'm glad to be here i'm glad you here to jeff so jeff what new movies are we reviewing today well you know we have a real patriotic movie about them american hero called twelve strong and it's based on the book the horse soldiers and it's twelve us army special forces uh right after the attacks of nine eleven uh essentially they were looking for the taliban in afghanistan they were the first troops to start the war on terror after we were attacked and talk about just fighting in the most harsh environment you know i think that sixty minutes just did a story last week out president trump is now recommitted three thousand troops and made a commitment to afghanistan and it's america's longest war like sixteen seventeen years and this movie this story is where it all began uh just like the movie we were soldiers with mel gibson where the first vietnam encounter afterward vietnam all started for america this is where i war in afghanistan and they can tear and the taleban started and so they uh chris hemsworth plays store also michael shannon uh michael hanya uh they all are these soldiers that our special forces that are dropped into afghanistan uh and and start fighting the taliban in the most ridiculous harsh environment and not only that they have to use force that they're using horses going into i noticed as in space are using horses they didn't get up with general docks them uh who is one of the warlords who was fighting the taliban so he links up with them and he's using these horses to and battle because you know theythey're airdrops in the middle of nowhere and if in northern afghanistan and so and only that they very under the owners to me that the taliban because they have tanks they have missiles so there's they're trying to fight this war on the most ridiculous circumstances and it's just nothing but pure bravery and just you know having the most impossible mission and uh to to fight the taliban and.
"one troops" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"To turning today how are you i'm doing good thanks for having me i'm glad to be obliged her to jeff so jeff what new movies are we reviewing today well you know we have a real patriotic movie about them american heroes call 12 strong and it's based on the book the horse soldiers and it's twelve us army man special forces uh right after the attacks have nine eleven uh essentially they were looking for the taliban in afghanistan they were the first troops to start the war on terror after we were attacked and talk about just fighting in the most harsh environment i think that sixty minutes just did a story last week i'll president trump is now committed three thousand troops and made a commitment to afghanistan and it's america's longest war like sixteen seventeen years and this movie this story is where it all began uh just like the movie we were soldiers with mel gibson where the first vietnam encounter afterward vietnam all started for america this is where i war in afghanistan and it can tear and the taliban's started and so they uh chris hemsworth you know playstore also michael shannon uh michael hanya uh they all are these soldiers that our special forces that are dropped into afghanistan uh and and start fighting the taliban in the most ridiculous harsh environment and not only that they have to use horses they're using horses going into i noticed is in things using horses they they need up with general docks them uh who is one of the warlords who is fighting the taliban so he links up with them and he's using these courses to the eu's battle because you know they there airdropped in the middle of nowhere enough in northern afghanistan and so and only that the very on the underestimated the taliban because they have tanks they have missiles is so there's they're trying to fight this war on the most ridiculous circumstances and it's just nothing but pure bravery and just you know having the most impossible mission and uh to to fight the taliban and.
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"The closer to achieving you probably means that he always knew that the health care vote would be contentious i was told it was closer but of course you don't have to be told it was closer the results were of failing vote so maybe more understandable way of expressing the sentiment would be i always knew that healthcare vote would be more contentious than i expect tax cuts to be that is him translated into competence speak and then when he goes it's not even a contests no it's not a contest two different pieces of legislation one of which felt now he hopes someone hearing my analysis is saying to themselves i'm being unfair i hope you're saying come mike it's not as bad as you make out you know what he means only a trump hater can't figure out what he's trying to say here is set of trump all the time may be it's true think about what those statements at up to what he means what he's trying to say so when trump is talking to the family of late david johnson he speaking to a mother who is a non collegeeducated black woman trump won three percent of the vote of non collegeeducated black women i don't know about the widow my you should johnson's educational attainment but even if she went college he got six percent of the vote of collegeeducated black women i bring it up for one reason it's only to point out that it is a demographic probability that the johnson's were not already trump backers as they sat in the limo with repre frederico wilson i think we could say where it's safe to assume they were not trump backers to believe in and this is not the case with most military families activeduty military voted overwhelmingly for trump to to one troops who said they were looking forward to a career in the military three to one and the other soldiers who died in niger who were not hearing from they were all white men in that category i am not guessing what the actual political leanings of the grieving families were and it's really quite possible the throw politics out the window you just want to connect to so on as a person i've just noting what's the dynamic of johnson family probably was.