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"paula reid" Discussed on WTOP
"Flies over this building on Trump in days and on tragic ones or all factions and all parties. His presidency over Donald Trump said farewell to Washington, but also hinted about a comeback. CBS is Paula Reid says there was already one big change noticed following President Biden swearing in. The biggest difference We've noticed here at the White House between these administrations has been the new must have accessory because it is proof of a covert test, which you are now required to get before you enter the White House grounds. Just one of many signs that this administration will be taking Cove it. Ah, lot more seriously. Push to inoculate Americans against the Corona virus hits a roadblock. CBS's Jim Krystle, an increasing number of states are reporting They're running out of the vaccine. Tens of thousands of people who were able to get appointments for a first dose are seeing them canceled. Just half of the 31 million doses distributed nationwide have been administered. Only two million people have received the two doses needed for maximum protection against the virus. According to the CDC. This is CBS News Traveled Ethiopia 303 Good Thursday morning 21st of January 2021 partly to mostly sunny later today, another breezy day this Thursday the high of 43 27 right now. Dean Lane. Thanks for taking us along for your morning ride topping the news as we do right into this Thursday together. Inauguration Day one for the history books now looking much different it did in many ways, especially when it came to the lack of huge crowds that we've seen in past years. It was a cold, blustery day in the district, but some books Didn't show up to your effective drum corps set up playing and celebration of Joe Biden's inauguration. Several others did show they wanted to show their support for the new Biden administration. Despite the fact they were told not to come out on the streets, one because of security reasons, and because of covert 19, we're still in the pandemic. I don't like it. It takes away from this beautiful city, but I think it was. I don't want to say overkill because they didn't know And they had all these threats from folks stopped by the north side of the Capitol with their body and signs American flags taking pictures. With the Capitol building as a backdrop near the capital, Ken Duffy Wtlv News is three or four..
"paula reid" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Check the $600 or 2000. Democratic led house passed a measure to increase stimulus checks to individuals to $2000. But now it faces a tougher path and the Republican led Senate. The president wants the $2000 but maybe in his own party have opposed it. CBS is Paula Reid reporting. Majority leader Mitch McConnell has not signaled what he intends to do. He is facing a lot of pressure from some strange bedfellows. Both President Trump Bernie Sanders from other Democrats are really pressing Republicans to just get on board and increase the stimulus payments now to pass the Senate. The stimulus increase would need the backing of a dozen Republicans in all caps this morning in a tweet. The president calls for new leadership in the Republican Party. He then went on to describe Republican leaders as quote pathetic and added, They only know how to lose. We have 57 degrees on Peachtree Street, a mix of clouds and sun today, looking for an afternoon high of 58 Channel two action news meteorologist Brad Nets will have Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up right now, let's get a check of the roads. Veronica Barrels in the WSB 24 hour Traffic center. And if you need to go out for lunch and run some errands, I want you to avoid 75 South bound. Make your way over in the McDonough. It is a parking lot. 75 South down from Mount Zion Boulevard over to earlier trouble at 1 55. If you need to travel from Morrow to McDonogh go ahead, Use 1941 or 23 42. Instead, I have more in minutes on Veronica around 95.5 to be gods being told us the news. Tommy 11 31 hospitals are overwhelmed with covert patients all across the nation. There's even an oxygen shortage in hospitals in California. It is more covert patients land in the hospital here. There's a renewed call for plasma donations. Even the patients that were primarily hospitalized. They might be on his owner later, we might be trying to treat them before they go on a ventilator. Cox with Atlanta blood services, she says They're looking for donors who have recovered from Corona virus, particularly in the last 14 to 90 days. For more information about becoming a donut. You could go to Atlanta Blood services. Com. Healthcare providers may soon be able to tell people if they are positive for the virus much faster. CBS is Naomi Rukum reports A new rapid covert test is making headway overseas and it could speed up testing around the World Guiana Bio Solutions now has emergency use approval in Germany. For a portable analyzer that provides results for up to eight tests in 45 minutes. The company says the new test is as reliable as PCR tests, which normally take at least a day to analyze. They also estimate accuracy at nearly 97% and DNI Bio solutions, saying Right now they're able to produce more than 500,000 test. And influential fashion designer Pierre Cardin has died. Pierre Cardin said. Fashion must be about tomorrow. So even though he trained in classic French tailoring as a protege of Christian Dior, he made his name by challenging convention. What looks like a gigantic spring is really a modern.
House Votes to Override Trump’s Veto of Military Bill
"We could see the first veto override of Donald Trump's presidency. The defense spending bill authorizes military programs and construction and it affirms 3% pay raises. For U. S troops. The A so 322. The nays are 87, in a skating bipartisan rebuke with House overrode Mr Trump's veto of the more than $740 billion defense spending bill. The president had objected to several unrelated items, including the fact that lawmakers would not curtail legal protections for social media companies, and the president also opposed the renaming of some military bases honoring Confederate leaders. The Senate is expected to vote sometime this week. The Senate is also expected to vote on $2000 stimulus checks. We know, for example, some Senate Republicans like the president's close allies, Senator Lindsey Graham, Has thrown his support behind this idea of increased stimulus payments. But the key player is as always, Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, and he has not signaled what he intends to do that CBS is Paula Reid, reporting in the Democratic led House already passed the measure to pass in the Senate. It needs the backing of a dozen Republicans right now
US in the 'darkest days of the pandemic'
"Health says the virus is going to take a heavy toll. We are absolutely not out of the woods. In fact, we're probably in the darkest days of the pandemic the next six weeks while the vaccines are starting to roll out Are gonna be very, very hard. Lots of infections. Lots of hospitalizations, unfortunately, lost the death 2600 covert deaths recorded yesterday, second only to April 15th newly unsealed court documents describe a scheme to lobby White House officials for a pardons. CBS is Paula Reid says political
Trump to sign executive order on police reform
"President trump plans to sign an executive order on police reform today correspondent Paula Reid says it includes three proposals the first proposal is that they will encourage police departments to collect and track excessive force complaints there will also be incentives for police to update their training certifications and they also encourage police to employ mental health professionals to work alongside police to respond to some
"paula reid" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"But at the genealogist agreed that a second wave is possible and that it could overwhelm the health care system Paula Reid reporting the southeast could suffer through another round of tornadoes today severe weather is forecast from Tennessee to the Florida panhandle and from Alabama to the Carolina coast forecasters predicting damaging winds flooding hail and isolated tornadoes a new survey shows president trump has some catching up to do in some battleground states the new poll has the president behind Biden in Pennsylvania fifty to forty two percent and also in Michigan forty nine to forty one percent Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer is much more popular in her state than the president she also wellpoint sim sixty four to forty five percent on dealing with covert nineteen it is crucial to stay informed during this time and I am so proud that we live in a state where so many people are choosing to do that the poll shows pairing Whitmer with Biden on the democratic ticket would mean a forty nine to forty three percent advantage over the trump pence ticket if the vote was today Biden is committed to picking a woman as his running mate colonel Scott fox news if you own an iPhone you may have been exposed to hackers without even realizing it more than a half billion iPhones are vulnerable to hackers some have been for more than two years apple acknowledging of bugs found by Zach officer mobile security company exists in its mail app and it's working on a fix check up says the bug was exploited in at least six cybersecurity break ins that it investigated some as far back as January of twenty eighteen victims are sent a blank email that forces a crash and reset the crash that enables hacker access to other data on the device.
"paula reid" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"It to ramp up testing this press release said thus far not exchange only one person has been disgraceful and it wasn't Paula Reid trump responded like the deranged autocratic sociopathy is and what do you do next after clearly hearing the reporter called him out on his lack of testing which remains our biggest problem to this day it goes back to was still but better which again is not the time frame of the three stories including New York times one nor the time frame about which Paula Reid is questioning him those stories and reads question pertained to what he did after his band because that was the whole idea of the band to buy time to prepare as in testing and hospital supplies trump did nothing and he's either prevarication yours too stupid to know what time frame the stories and read a rough person personally I'm gonna go with live and when trump goes back to his band to her credit all interruption again it was just a beautiful thing to say hello again because there's over speak what she does is she brings them back to the time line after the band and she said quote tens of thousands of Americans are dead how is this rant supposed to make people feel confident in unprecedented crisis that was a beautiful thing to behold listen hello you said it let let me just I want posted on I thought we should do it.
"paula reid" Discussed on WTOP
"All the different options for our plan to begin to help assist the states as they begin to re open in New York City mayor bill de Blasio says at least half a million new Yorkers have lost their jobs and worry about how they will feed their families today I'm announcing a hundred and seventy million dollar initiative to make sure every New Yorker gets what they need and no New Yorker goes hungry New York governor Andrew Cuomo on a possible reopened the more testing the more open the economy but there's not enough national capacity to do this I've been speaking to governors across the country every governor is now in the same situation CBS news update Ahmed Piper as the government's re opening plans are finalized the Washington post has obtained one possible road map from the CDC and FEMA the Washington post has obtained a draft all this road Max and it's divided into three phases the first phase focuses on really preparing the country explaining to people how they should continue their mitigation efforts and starting to educate people about how the government intends to roll some of those efforts back on the second phase which will go Intel about may fifteenth emphasizes ramping up manufacturing of testing kits and also hiring more health care support workers to help with this massive response but the country doesn't really start to reopen until phase three which cannot according to this plan begin before may first CBS correspondent Paula Reid at the White House Senate Democrats say the country can't be safely reopen without more testing for the virus and today they've unveiled a new thirty billion dollar plan details on that from WTOP's Mitchell Miller today on the hill Senate Democrats say the trump administration hasn't moved fast enough I'm testing their plan calls for funding to ramp up development of testing provide free testing and expand tracing of tasks Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer testing is the best tool we have to fight the virus today to know who's infected people is not and when to open our economy president trump has repeatedly defended administration efforts to step up testing Democrats hope this proposal will become part of the next overall legislation to deal with the virus Schumer says talks continue on funding for small businesses with treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news another endorsement for president today for Joe Biden this one is coming from senator Elizabeth Warren once you find and when you're in a fight with Joe at your side you know you have a partner who is committed to getting something done for this country Warren is the last of the former vice president's major democratic presidential rivals to formally backed him the Massachusetts senator dropped out of the race last.
Fauci admitted the US coronavirus response was delayed. Trump then retweeted a call to fire him.
"There appears to be new friction between president trump and Anthony Fauci after the doctor suggested lives could have been saved if the administration acted on the virus sooner White House correspondent Paula Reid the doctor is under fire from the president and his allies online after comments he made over the weekend suggesting that the trump administration was slow to heed warnings about the corona virus on Twitter last night the president retweeted a comments then included the hashtag fire
"paula reid" Discussed on WTOP
"But for the weekend was slightly higher a Maryland woman who killed five children in her friends in the do you why is sentenced on Meghan clarity the big challenge in making police body camera programs work I'm John thanks for starting the weekend with us it's seven o'clock coronavirus on a cruise off California twenty one of those on the ship tested positive for markets still on a roller coaster over virus fears we don't know how long this will continue the president visits the tornado zone special people it's an incredible place incredible state this is the CBS world news roundup late edition with correspondent Jim shot of the gym is off on that Piper the numbers are just in after the testing of people on the cruise ship that's been anchored off the California coast after being denied entry to the San Francisco Bay this week R. Steven Portnoy is at the White House please president pence made the announcement here at the White House twenty one of those on the ship tested positive nineteen of those infected or crew members of the grand princess to our passengers just forty six on board were tested but pence says all of the passengers and crew will soon be screened for the virus in a non commercial port those who require it we'll be quarantined Steven Portnoy a CBS news the White House president trump signed an eight point three billion dollar measure to help deal with the virus correspondent Paula Reid with more on his visit to the centers for disease control and prevention today in Atlanta during the centers for disease control in Atlanta today president trump downplayed the scale of the outbreak.
"paula reid" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"paula reid" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The mountaintop and be one of the strong conversation pieces in the winter in the spring. So what what are you looking forward to the most for your team upcoming? Yeah. Good question as we started to talk about we're going to be different. You know, we we we're we're we would actually relied on the lie. Skill than we shot the ball not necessarily from three all the time. But we we shot a high percentage we're going to be deeper. You know, we return potential for starters, you know, with the Paula Reid emerging as one of the best players in this league. Or if not the country and hopefully have more consistent health from from. Devin gauge where he's in there and getting Jalen Coleman lands back on its feet and get him healthy. And then as a part time started, maybe a fulltime started out of Jalen butts. So you have attention for some guys that have been around and understand what we've been through. But then we'll be deeper. We had two very good players red serving and Darius hall, and cardiac Gordon who contribute a lot, especially athletically, and then with the recruiting class that we bringing in looks like, you know, we can play eight or nine or ten guys and I'll have to tribute which is not something that I was afforded as much as I would like to have during this season. So that means what have the ability to be more aggressive on both offense and defense, we can extend the floor those kind of things of which I've started to to think about and talk about here in the office that will allow us like I said to be different and and more effective over the long haul. Dave Lehto the head coach for the depaul blue demons with me Jonathan hood as you're listening to under the hood would Jonathan hood. Yeah. Tried to show. Yeah. It's about results. I'm attorney David Spada. If you've been injured at work in a car accident received a traffic ticket that can have heavy consequences on your driver's license. Almost just doesn't cut it. We're here to ensure that your rights and interests are protected to the very letter of the law get help get results. Get spate of offices working for you by calling me, David Spade at eight four seven seven to nine.
"paula reid" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"On the CBS news weekend roundup, fine. Bill Rakoff in for Steve Dorsey this week and joining us from the White House is CBS news Justice. Correspondent Paula Reid. We're talking about the release of the mullahs report a lot of politics this week going on about that. We'll get to that in just a second. But interesting filing from former presidential attorney Michael Cohen this week saying he's got a whole lot of extra information. He has to give the congressional authority and forgive me. If there's some skepticism by some people, but some are wondering about the timing of this a month before he's supposed to report to prison nitrite with just thirty days to go before he reports to prison. Michael Cohen sent a letter to lawmakers letting them know that he has accessed a hard drive that apparently contains about fourteen million files, and he says he's willing to help them go through them. He's only gone through about one per cent of them. So far nNcholas images voicemails, possibly other recordings. But he. He said, look I'm going to prison if you want my help with this perhaps we can get my sentence delayed or reduced now. I don't think federal prosecutors are going to go this no matter what lawmakers say 'cause they have criticized Cohen's cooperation as being incomplete the mall report is we mentioned is getting a lot of attention because of the action on the hill this week House Judiciary authorized chairman Jerry Nadler to be able to subpoena the attorney general for the report itself in any other surrounding evidence, and that sort of thing Republicans mad about that saying look the man's agreed to turn over the report the degree to come before congress. Why are we going through this dog and pony show? Paula why did they go through this dog and pony show? Well, Democrats have renewed their focus on the Russia investigation this week you've seen him sort of escalate their overall investigations into all things Trump on as you said they were trying to subpoena. The full Muller report. There is a belief that there could be politically damaging information in there while the special counsel. Found no evidence of collusion. There was open question on obstruction of Justice. And now based on anonymous reports from several news outlets democratic leaders are seizing on this idea that perhaps the attorney general withheld some information that could be damaging to the president. And they want to get it. But the fact is the attorney general he's been working on a redacted version of the report he says he'll release that in mid April. And at this point, no judge is going to seriously consider a subpoena for this report until at least the attorney general has had a chance to release that redacted version and bar is gonna be on Capitol Hill next week, not necessarily about the mullahs report for budget reasons. But it's a sure bet that he's going to face questions anyway. Yes. Absolutely. It's a lot of folks maybe were a little surprised that they didn't try to reschedule. This lawmakers may not be able to get as much out of him on the Muller probe because they don't yet have. And they're unlikely to have the redacted report, and he's only been on on the job for a few weeks. Now. Now, we're spending a lot of his time preparing for this hearing not necessarily working on that redacted report. I absolutely expect. He will face a firing squad of questions about the special counsel investigation. As part of this overall effort by Democrats to renew focus and really doubled down in their efforts on the Russia investigation. But it's unclear how much he's actually going to be able to share with lawmakers before he releases reducted report CBS's Paula Reed. This is the weekend roundup. The debate is intensified in recent years over the electoral college in which delegates elected by their states cast, the deciding votes for president in the wake of the two thousand sixteen election where Hillary Clinton won the popular vote, but lost Donald Trump who won the electoral vote. Many Democrats are pushing to eliminate the electoral college, Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth Warren running for president is one of them can have national voting, and that means get rid of the electoral college. Steve Scott is one of the anchors that are great CBS affiliate W CBS in New York. He explores the pros and cons of the electoral college with former Reagan White House counsel, Peter j Wallison now with the American Enterprise Institute, Mr Watson, we thank you for joining us in. We'll start with us. What is the best argument for keeping the electoral college system? I think actually the best argument is that it creates legitimacy that no other system can create. Let's think about it in terms of a Bill Clinton's election. He never did win a majority of the popular vote. He always had low forty eight forty seven percent of the vote, but he won enough electoral vote. So that there was never any question about whether he was the president and the legitimacy of the president is very very important. Of course is one of us that we've been talking about. Now for two years because of the challenges to President Trump, but we can't dismiss that the question of legitimacy to the American people believe that the president was legit legitimately elected. And he is when he gets two hundred seventy electoral votes for more than he is seen by the American people as president and vitally important another advantage. I think of the electoral college is that it creates ineffective our two party system because it is necessary for a person who is running to assemble two hundred seventy electoral votes that requires that we have a two party system because only a two party system can produce one candidate who get at least two hundred seventy electoral vote. How would you counter those who say, Liz? The candidate with most votes in the country should be elected president, whether a majority or plurality if I get ten more votes than you. I win. Well, the only way to deal with that question is to think about what would happen if we didn't have the electoral college, if we just had the candidate who receives the most popular votes become president. What would happen in a case? Like that is that we wouldn't have two party system because any party could then elect a president a win much less than a even something close to charity with much less than say forty seven forty eight percent of the vote the electoral college was established in seventeen eighty eight. Could it if nothing else be spruced up a bit changed a little maybe allow proportional distribution of votes rather than winner-take-all in the states? Yes, you could. But again the same problem with. Probably arise as occurs in a case where you have seven or eight or nine parties running with special issues. We do not have a parliamentary kind of system where we can put together several parties into some kind of majority. We have a system where we have to elect a president with a who is acting alone, and is elected hopefully, by in a system that allows most of the American people to believe that he has been or she has been constitutionally, democratically elected, and that's what the electoral system does former.
"paula reid" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"They have this little shopping Anneli with a picture Yasser Arafat still on the wall. With the headgear and everything. Sitting down playing some sort of game. It's not Chaz. It's not backgammon. I don't know what it is. Did you sit there that pipe in their mouth sucking on that hookah? Lot of the hardcore dudes don't use the flavored tobacco. They just dried dreidel tobacco. I myself like the cherry tobacco. It's called double apple. And I just went in there as around with these Palestinians every day and tip the guy. Well, the canes respect me. I could I could and cats would wander by cats that live there little pets. I just really can get right into the center of not one world, but we're four three or four worlds intersect, and you don't even have to move it is magical beyond even beyond what I can describe. But I I have much much more. This is gonna go while this is a rich trip. And there's no point cutting it short, I will take a call. We have Alex my Greek friend and Medfield kind of talk to us next after this on WBZ, get the weather for you. After this to CBS news updates the economic impact of a border closing. It's got the experts perplex to CBS news. Correspondent Paula Reid is flirted with this idea before either closing the whole border or large sections, but the economic impact cannot be under overstated here. We asked the White House adviser, however, you.
"paula reid" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"They they just won't give up. It will not go Phages won't quit quit. They're gonna they're gonna start looking like those people that get out in front of the apple store like three days before the new phone comes out there isn't the office empty now. I mean, the investigation's over didn't they clean their desks last week? One would think I mean, I know that. Muller wasn't even there on Friday that should have been their first clue. Here's a little media rewind for you. Let's give you some sound, right. If you're just joining us first of all good morning. Good morning. We've been talking almost all morning about this no collusion story. And we've come up with. We've got a great caller. We've got a great caller a replay for you just a moment. This guy knocked it out of the park. This was about forty five minutes ago. But here's a collusion rewind number one. So this is just after BuzzFeed prince this story about the dossier. Now where did this thing come from? Who in the FBI, literally keep in mind, the timing on this the Hilary Clinton Email scandal is put to rest by the FBI. In other words, they save nothing to see here. We're moving on the next within days it soi Russia Trump collusion. Buzzfeed comes out with this dossier, which is now proven to be as phony baloney as anything. So here's Paula Reid of CBS reporting on this BuzzFeed, collusion, Russia, and it goes on from there. Take a listen to cut one. This. Buzzfeed news report is true. Then we are likely on our way to possible impeachment proceedings. If this story is true, we must begin impeachment proceedings. This is suborning perjury. I think there's no question it's an impeachable offense. And at that point we are in high crimes and misdemeanors and we are impeachment. This president nature to be impeached. Impeachment is the remedy you mean, the president. Can't remedy the spirit of what Trump did is clearly treasonous..
"paula reid" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Oh, this is what I you know. This is crazy thing you've got all these people on the left in the media. And then all of these lefties your friends neighbors family members, they probably lost sleep over this over the weekend. Can you imagine? I mean, they literally probably lost sleep over this. They hate this president so much. They lost sleep. Wow. Okay. So let's continue. I got we got the sound for you. We got the sound first of all let's do a little rewind here. This is from collusion. Audio cut one Sherry. So this is forty five seconds think you can handle that this early in the morning, we're going to begin with Paula Reid of CBS. So this is reporting just after BuzzFeed reveals supposedly reveals that Trump engaged in collusion with Russia. So it's that ridiculous dossier. Trump was in collusion with Russia. Trump was in Russia. He was at a hotel in Russia. He demanded that he stay in the same room that Barack Obama and Michelle stated in one time and in that room, he hired a bunch of hookers to do dirty dancing on the bed that Michelle Obama wants slept in. I mean, this this BuzzFeed thing was so stupid to begin with and this dossier. So ridiculous. You read through this dossier is like it's actually hard to believe it's hard to. It's that it's that incredulous it's hard to believe. So this starts with Paula Reid. If CBS said it goes from there. They're ready go this. Buzzfeed news report is true. Then we are likely on our way to possible impeachment proceedings. If this story is true, we must begin impeachment proceedings. This is suborning perjury. I think there's no question it's an impeachable offense. And at that point, we are in high crimes and misdemeanors, and we are any peachable this president needs to be impedes impeachment is the remedy. I mean, the president can't remedy the spirit of what Trump is clearly treasonous..
"paula reid" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"And thirteen goes out the door was that thirty seven in in reserve Desa. Anyway, he seems to have kept that as a fee being leaving that aside. Michael Cohen, a thirteen grand in cash apparently at a meeting at Trump Tower to accompany and the company's job was to rig and fix these online polls leading up to the presidential announcements and stuff, obviously, this was these were expenditures to try and get Benedict Donald position for a run by tweeting out that he was directed by the president to do this Cohen raises more questions about possible campaign finance violations committed by the president or his campaign. We really would need more details about it. When these polls were allegedly rigged. But this is sort of a preview of the new kind of revelations. We can expect that in coins much-anticipated hearing next month. Ooh, sorry about that. That again, Paula Reid, and we do again. Thanks CBS news for that. And yeah, how that raises a whole lot of questions. Right. What else was going on? And it is a campaign finance violation. Because it was it was expanded for the purpose of influencing a presidential campaign. But Paula Reid is very smart. And she's very, right. We'd need to know when this is what polls that kind of stuff. But I don't think Benedict Donald was spending that kind of money just to you know, eagle pump himself on on on on online polls. Now, it seems clearly intended to be four a run for the presidency. All right now, I want to move to.
"paula reid" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Night on the campus of George Washington University. That was Jonathan Kaye part of the Washington Post leading some of the Q and A and Senator Kamala Harris, be sure to follow the presidential campaigns. He spans road the White House twenty twenty coverage in this note. Former HUD secretary for mayor San Antonio announcing his intention to run this Saturday, eleven o'clock eastern time live here on C span radio and on C span television. If you're buying a home in San Francisco, the average price tag one point three million dollars in New York. The starting price tag close to about seven hundred thousand dollars, but the financial website twenty four seven Wall Street looking at data on the other end of the spectrum. If you're interested in buying a home for under one hundred thousand dollars, you can do so in a number of cities including Detroit, Dayton, or Cleveland, Ohio, buffalo or Rochester, New York the full list at twenty four seven Wall Street dot com. And joining us on C Span's podcast, the weekly Paula Reid. CBS news correspondent who covers the Justice department and the White House the confirmation hearings for William bar will begin next week for US attorney general you'll have live coverage here on the C span networks he began his his tenure in the George H W Bush administration, including serving for one year as the attorney general expect Democrats to ask a lot of questions about a memo that Bill Baugh wrote last June on the Muller investigation in it. He concluded that the president's interactions with former FBI director James Comey would not constitute obstruction of Justice. I asked Paula Reid to explain sure so back in June. He sent this unsolicited memo to Justice officials opining on why he believed that's a one specific aspect of the special counsel investigation was was was flawed. Specifically, he talked about obstruction of Justice. We know the special counsel is looking into any conspiracy or collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, but that is also expanded to look into. Whether the president or any of his associates tried to obstruct the investigation, and what bar wrote in this memo is an argument that a lot of legal scholars have made. They argue that the president could possibly obstruct Justice by firing James Comey because that's within his right. That's within his forties. The president Komi served at the pleasure of the president president has the authority to fire him. And now a lot of people looked at this and said, we'll clearly President Trump wants someone who will do his bidding. But I don't think that really fair if you re really read the arguments that bar is making it's a little more nuanced. He does say that if the president does anything to sort of pressure a witness in an investigation or story evidence, the president certainly can obstruct Justice, and we know that the obstruction of Justice probe is much more broad than just Komi. This extends to comments that the president made to the deputy FBI director, Andrew McCabe, certainly things he said publicly, and privately to his attorney general Jeff Sessions, and you're certain aspects of what we were told about. Mike Flynn and his job satis. It's a much more broad inquiry. I don't think we can necessarily say because bar was critical of Muller. He can't possibly be an impartial overseer of the investigation. But that is certainly how Democrats are gonna try to paint. It CBS news. Correspondent Paula Reid..
"paula reid" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"If if I remember right anyways is nowhere near Rhode Island or Florida or California's way over on the other side of the planet, and as from what I understand. It's very lovely anyway. So there was this meeting there and everybody, of course, lied about it. But Eric prince was there, and there were these Russian dudes. They're right. Remember that? Then there was Jared who was talking to the Russian saying, let me use your secret communications in your embassy communicate. So the FBI won't know what we're doing. Well, I'm adding all of this stuff. Together and saying look at all these efforts to work with the Russians. Okay. Now, we've gotta get to Natalia vessel. Mid sky ya today. She is charged in an unrelated case, she is charged with obstruction of Justice, prosecutors allege that she filed misleading statements intentionally lied to the government in a tax fraud case dealing with about two hundred and thirty million dollars worth of funds that were as legendary laundered here in the United States. That's Paula Reid. We thank CBS news for that. Okay. Let's talk about Natalia. Vessel knits. She's a Russian lawyer Russian national. She's not in the United States. She's not in custody. She's not going to be in custody. He's in Russia, and she's not leaving at least where we can get her in any event Natalia vessel knits guy. You may recall. She was the key figure on the Russian side in the Trump Tower meeting of June nine twenty sixteen she was the Russian lawyer who supposedly had the dirt on Hillary. Right. That's how we know her. Okay. But she has been in the United States or had been for quite some time. There is a separate case forget the Trump Tower meeting for Justice second purge it. Let's talk about a company called Preval's on a thing called Preval's on. There was an Paula Reid. Alluded to it, and it gets complicated. I'm just trying to winnow it down for you. And me as best. I can essentially it was an attempt if I've got it right by the Russian government or people inside the Russian government to steal. Two hundred million dollars of tax refunds from Russians and get it out of the country, and and use it that was basically the problem is so they were basically impersonating and hijacking the tax refunds of various Russians and Russian company. The only problem is they got one guy really really upset and he didn't like and he started complaining about it. And it was his lawyer do name Magnitsky who died in the in the if I've got my facts, right? That's what you've heard this Magnitsky act. Remember, I'm telling you all this stuff. It's together it all fits together. So. There is this. There was this scheme to steal two hundred million dollars in tax money tax refunds out of Russia. Launder it in the United States, and then put it into mostly real estate in New York. And that was the result of there was a lawsuit. There was a case a civil forfeiture case in the southern district of New York in lower Manhattan started in two thousand thirteen ended about a year ago in a very cozy settlement Benedict. Donald right. Very very simple settlement. Anyway, Natalia vessel. Knits gal was involved in that case. She was involved because it was the United States government was the US government going after this company Preval's on saying you hold mostly real estate, but many millions of dollars of assets. And those assets that you is on hold. We the US government is saying that was illegally obtained through money laundering that money. The by that mainly real estate stuff. That's the pop property. The people. Russia. It was stolen by elements inside the government laundered through you. And so really wanna season give it back, or at least taken keep it from you because you've got the criminals. Well, that case was settled very very inexpensively. But the case today the new indictment about Natalia visits says that while she was involved in helping the defense of that case four Preval's on she was working with Vladimir Putin's attorney general to create the government the Russian government stories to why it was okay to launder this money really wasn't money laundering at all. But then she represented to the court in Manhattan. She filed a sworn affidavits called declaration. She thinks. No, this was there was an independent investigation in Russia. A totally independent investigation. That said see the Russian government wasn't involved the elements in the Russian government had nothing to do with stealing that tax money laundering. No, no, no, no. It was the guy who was complaining about it. Well, what the government today? Is alleging is that the vessel? Knits herself was involved in writing. It dependent investigation reported. There's nothing of independent about it that that that that Putin's own attorney general, they call them state special prosecutor, Boone's attorney general and the Talia and guy on others wrote. This phony self exonerating investigation to say, we didn't steal any two hundred million dollars is the guy who complained about these the thief. So today Natalia visit this guy was indicted for lying about. What was going on with the prep case? Even though that case has been settled and is over. I I'll finish my presentation next turn rest of the hour over to you at one triple eight three two one six thousand one where Justice is served the Norman Goldman show.
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"A man is being treated after a shooting on the Cambridge Somerville town line and happened last night around eight o'clock the condition that identity of the victim is not known. We'll keep you updated throughout the morning. A former chiropractor from north Attleboro is sentenced to time behind bars for salting, one of his employees. Sixty four year old Eugene will let we'll serve ten months in jail after he pled guilty to striking a female employee on the head last year. The state board of registered chiropractors revoked will let slice. Scence in July. Paul Manafort is denying reports that he met with WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange months before he was named President Trump's campaign manager, this comes after the special counsel alleged that Manafort had violated his plea agreement by lying to investigators. We get more from correspondent, Paula Reid. He's now facing the rest of his life in prison. He's nearly seventy years old and between these charges that are likely to be refiled. And it's convictions from the summer he faces decades in prison. Luckily, the only thing that will keep them from spending the rest of his life in prison is a presidential pardon New York. Congressman Jerry Nadler, the likely incoming chairman of the House Judiciary committee Orrin last night on CNN at the president even dangling a pardon for Manafort would fortify a claim or a charge of obstruction of Justice. The president threatening to slash all federal subsidies to General Motors because of its plan to cut some fifteen thousand jobs, the president unloaded on Twitter yesterday hours after GM announced it would shutter for US plants and one in Canada, the president tweeting that his administration. Is looking at cutting all GM subsidies, including for electric
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"To use a military to secure the us mexico border until his promise wall is built during a lunch today with baltic leaders president trump says he has already spoken with defense secretary james mattis about this idea the president says we're going to be doing things militarily until we can have a wall and proper security he's calling this a potential big step we get a very latest now on this idea from cbs news cbs news special report following a flood of tweets criticizing mexico's efforts to curb illegal immigration president trump said today he's sending us soldiers to the border we are preparing for the military to secure our border between mexico and the united states we have a meeting on it in a little while with general madison everybody and i think that it's something we have to do the washington post david nakimora prompt and conservatives have talked about this border wall for a long time throughout his campaign as we know says number one promised to his voters and he didn't get his money for that border wall and i think you're seeing now the president returning to the really hard line immigration stance that he's had for for so long talking today about militarising the board that's another big step and a news conference with baltic leaders the president also talked about ending the us mission in syria i want to get out i want to bring our troops back home i want to start rebuilding our nation cbs news special report i'm pam coulter nineteen gal in other news the following today the first person sunshines and special counsel robert muller's ongoing russia investigation is dutch national alexander swan he's the soninlaw of one of russia's richest men he was sentenced today to thirty days in prison plus a twenty thousand dollar fine for line to special counsel mahler's investigators about contact with officials in the two thousand sixteen presidential election here cbs news justice reporter paula reid is someone who did business where the rick gates and paul manafort and lied about conversations that he had with rick gates he's also according to court documents someone that had conversations with someone who is only described as a this individual is believed to have contacts to russian government to russian intelligence so there is a lot that.
Stormy Daniels Sues Trump Attorney For Defamation
"Of heroin and fenton hill they are charging jose hernandez stephen alex and robert arias with several counts of drug possession with intent to sell the adult film star who claimed she had a sexual encounter with president trump in two thousand six is suing the president's personal lawyer for defamation stormy daniels claims her career was damaged after attorney michael cohen suggested she lied about her story cohen admitted to paying daniels one hundred thirty thousand dollars as part of a nondisclosure agreement cbs news justice reporter paula reid explains the significance of adding the defamation lawsuits in federal court saying that that agreement was not valid because the president didn't sign it and she wants to things first of all she wants to be able to speak freely without any sort of financial penalty about this affair and she wants this whole fight to play out in federal court in not in private arbitration where that original agreement says all of this has to go down as for whether or not she'll win on defamation i don't know about that president trump denies he had any kind of relationship with daniels wbz news time three fifty to a woman in fort myers florida hope to save a one hundred year old feick is tree from being cut down so she married it as we hear from cbs kim how cake we have flowers it was fun karen cooper's wedding was more than your average sappy wedding they didn't exchange rings because the tree already has its own but what was important or they're out of alley to protect and preserve and celebrate this tree like many people in this fort myers neighborhood she's worried the city will cut down the dearly beloved tree so that someone else can build a home but what would be better if is is the city by the lot and make the whole thing apart meeting on the fate of the tree scheduled to get underway in about ten minutes cross the nation for our lives event here in boston crowd to grow of thousands marched along for an end to gun violence the march for our lives.
Trump Congratulates Putin on Election, Says the Leaders Plan To Meet
"President trump announces he will soon meet with russian president vladimir putin is abc's cecilia vega tells us the president called putin yesterday to congratulate him on his election victory that did not sit well with republican senator john mccain he bashed the president saying an american president does not lead the free world by congratulating dictators on winning sham elections the white house refused to say whether the russian election was fair we don't get to dictate how other countries operate press secretary sarah sanders says the two leaders did not discuss another story that's made international headlines russia's apparent role in the uk poison attack on a former russian spy and his daughter the white house press secretary also confirmed the president trump did not speak to putin about russian meddling in the us presidential election the senate intelligence committee expected to press homeland security secretary christian nielsen on the department's efforts to secure state elections nielsen will testify in front of the panel tomorrow as part of the committee's effort to safeguard against further foreign meddling in us elections the department of homeland security had notified twenty one states of russian efforts to hack their systems during the two thousand sixteen races former playboy model karen mcdougal is suing the owner of the national enquirer for the right to break her silence on an alleged affair she had with president trump we have more reporter paula reid karen mcdougal the nineteen ninety eight playmate of the year alleges that she met president trump at the playboy mansion and the two had a ten month affair between two thousand six in two thousand seven she filed a lawsuit seeking to release her from an agreement she signed that she.
"paula reid" Discussed on No Agenda
"Russia's former ambassador to the us sergei kislyak dismissed the charges should also be mounted against us sinn kick fantasy his death are being used for political reasons inside the united states the indictment also alleges that some members of the trump campaign unwittingly shared some of the russian propaganda on social media but rosenstein emphasized that there are no allegations that any americans had knowledge of the operation nature of the scheme was that the defendants turkey 'extraordinary steps to make it appear that they were ordinary american political activists special counsel investigators say they've also uncovered new evidence against former trump campaign chairman paul manafort could charge him with fraud in addition to the dozen charges he's already facing a reports trial is not scheduled to begin until the fall which suggests the special council's work will continue through this year and likely into next year as well craina paula reid in washington thanks paula took i will the at this sick a couple things one paula reid doesn't used whips saw dozen cheat on her stores very straight forward in a wish she brought in a clip it made sense with what she said and done so so i use the cbs report thought it was the only one i could find that was a decent straight i do have a concrete lodge these are these are things that i get from the internet i didn't make this one so there's all kinds of bombastic music in it but you'll get the general idea of what the m5 him was saying about what is happening with us and the risky from.
"paula reid" Discussed on Unfilter
"Hmm hired for journal hit for higher journalism kind of stuff right and they will go after specific targets for big pairs and do a bunch of opera research and the kind of built out different different businesses infusion gps was one of them when they were a client of um kim member free beacon their whoever somebody that was a semi tangently connected to the bush campaign um and do opposition research against trump it was just this core set of standard fusion gps journalist doing the opposition research win when they win they gave up when the conservative group gave up on the opposition research and the hillary clinton campaign via a lawyer's office took over the fusion gps contract at that point steely was brought on specifically to find the kremlin connection oca paula reid has the testimony that tries to support the claims made in that report bala good morning good morning at democrats say the testimony shows the dossier was legitimate and it actually nearer what the fbi heard from other sources and simpson's testimony he claims he had no reason to doubt their reporting by christopher steal the british are just steal so the only in the silent i apologize of those extremely obnoxious to listen to it's just steel at least i got his first name right link i would write it here all right uh christopher so is promises you know with what why why am i am scoring that up as because honestly i've read more about christopher steal than i have heard or watched about christopher steel yeah so the is silent he's a former mi a m i ate agent and former actual semi legitimate spy so that gave him a lot of credibility is like what a double of five giving us we're just it just gave them like a resume that impressed everybody right is it to doubt the reporting by christopher steal the british intelligence agent who is the author of the dossier as simpson stated still took the dossier to the fbi when he became concerned that there was a security issue about whether a presidential candidate was being blackmailed all excuse me mr call me all who all my client hired me specifically to find the kremlin connection and now i found some things that i'm just so concerned about you know honestly honestly i didn't i didn't wanna.