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Fresh update on "pennsylvania michigan" discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

00:42 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pennsylvania michigan" discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"On whether you look at likely voters or registered voters likely voters are more favourable a little bit more favorable to trump but still show by. ahead. So the real interesting thing is are the The polls in there like in the battleground states that roughly thirty states that will determine this election. And And at least in some of them that were trump's one in. Two Thousand Sixteen notably, Michigan It looks like he he's just in hole in Michigan and can't seem to figure out how to get out of it. and In some of these other states it's it's a lot closer you Hampshire for example, it's become a battleground state. and I would remind all your listeners by the way that in two thousand. Election went to the Supreme Court had throws Nader not gotten seven thousand New Hampshire Florida without his mattered that it was close between Bush and Gore in two thousand and an assuming that people who voted for Gore were. Voted for Nader more likely to vote for Gore than Bush New Hampshire been decisive and so. What we're seeing now is the president's campaign is starting table kitchen New Hampshire because it looks like middle. Michigan is off the table and that's why you sell social science going to Nevada. again on small number of electoral college votes. But I think it's a sign that how worried the campaign is stat that they're. They're now spending time in states that they originally were intended to spend time. Are there any states which I went for Hillary Clinton and twenty sixteen which are now appear to be leaning toward Donald Trump. Not Really. I think I think the one that the trump people would hope would be New Mexico. but I'm not but that's that's not that's not clear. And I guess And then you have these sort of congressional districts. So Nebraska allocates it to enter college votes by. some of them by electoral college by Congressional district and so sodas means. So. there's some chance that one if congressional districts in Maine could go for trump even though the rest of the state goes for go biden. So there are some kind of wrinkles and in a very tight race, he's with matter quite a bit. Yeah that that is a let's see. I believe New Hampshire has two representatives in the US House is that right? Okay. I'm sorry I was speaking to May main is the same though to also from from Maine. Maine's not. winner-take-all system. Dates at art are Nebraska and Maine and everybody else and the winner take all system Really is what was so beneficial to trump because he won a pretty convincing electoral college vote. But if your viewers, your listeners probably remember in total the. Electoral College votes with Pennsylvania Michigan, and Wisconsin was only about seventy, two, thousand total so so I think Where the action used the electoral college in, it's difficult to generalize because. We have Better. Polling in some states than others. Fan. And and. If you recall the Hillary pay in two thousand and sixteen didn't poll Wisconsin. So they got blindsided by trump's victory their. Wares, which way is Wisconsin leaning right now or is it Leaning towards towards Biden. Through and? And another target as trump people talking head in the Upper Midwest please note out and the industrial heartland is to this race and..

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:22 min | 1 d ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Just avoid some of that on ramp delays. I'm Vicky conclusion from the Idol Traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. President Trump is taking a swipe at Blue States over Covad 19 deaths yesterday, The president claimed America's death rate. Would be lower if it weren't for in his words, the tremendous death rates in blue states with Democratic governor look att certain of them. North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan. And a couple of others. We have to get those states open. It's hurting people. It's hurting people far more than the disease itself, While New York and New Jersey have the most cases and deaths at the beginning of the pandemic, Red states now account for most of the new cases and fatalities. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is accusing President Trump of not taking the Corona virus seriously enough. You continue to lie about covert 19. He doubled down on the catastrophic mistakes that he's made and perhaps First of all, I made clear that he still doesn't have a plan to bring us out of this crisis. Biden also slammed Trump for saying he wouldn't have done anything differently. Biden says the American people can't trust President Trump. Elinor Pritzker says he will not give in to pressure about letting youth sports resume in Illinois. He says the risk of spreading covert 19 is still too hard. While parents might choose to send their Children out onto the playing field, I can tell you that someone else who becomes ill because of that decision. I wouldn't call that your personal choice Governor has been hearing from a lot of coaches, parents in student athletes who want to get back on the football field or hockey rink. At the governor's news conference yesterday, Rush University medical centers, infectious disease specialist Dr Michael Lynne says it's not just the actual game. That's the problem, he says. Sports teams are in the locker room, working out in the gym and traveling and giving the virus. More opportunities to spread. Thousands of people turned out to celebrate Mexican independence overnight in Chicago, caravans of cars flooded downtown streets for several hours, Police were forced to close streets. While those celebrations continued cars paraded through the downtown, with some people cheering from their car windows and roofs, waving flags. Celebrations have been underway since the weekend with the city's annual Mexican Independence Day parade was canceled due to the Corona virus Pandemic. Attorney General Bill Bar is taking aim at career prosecutors from his own Justice Department..

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New Biden ads target Black community

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

New Biden ads target Black community

"CP and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees is spending millions of dollars on new ads that blast President Trump for his response to the Corona virus virus has especially impacted communities of color. One ad says while Trump lied black people died. Another Slams the president for golfing while Cove in 19 hits the Black community hard The ads will also run on Blackstone radio stations in several crucial swing states, including Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan and North Carolina.

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

05:21 min | Last week

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

"In turnout. Clearly lots of results still coming in and we're still any dealing with projections. But at this stage, it does look as though this one nation conservative government has been given a powerful new mandate. We have postal voting in this country to the election. Night is is election night and you you know we knew in December, the Boris Johnson was on his way too big win. You know by midnight and took from the polls closing ten really the whole thing was over in a few hours even when people vote postively explain for us why this business of. The having people are more of them voting by post subtly means the whole business of how long it takes to count the votes changes. When it comes to mail and roading to count a mail in vote is a very different process than counting and in person vote election officials have to verify the information that someone on their absentee ballots they have to open. You know they're going to be just physically opening on millions of ballots is takes a long time, and then there are processes by which candidates and parties can challenge Mellon votes and that's just going to take a long time and on top of that many states. Including several of the he what we call swing states here, the states that are really going to determine who wins the presidency states like Pennsylvania Michigan Wisconsin election officials. There are legally not allowed to start processing Mellon votes until election day. So they're going to have millions of votes that are just sitting there that they can't even legally begin to count until the day of the election because these ballots are all going to be lost, they're gonNA begun look at what's happening all over the country. We have Universal Mail A. Brilliantly explained to us why the mechanics of this could mean there ought delays but here's what gets political. There was a survey from NBC News and Survey Monkey last week that said as many as fifty, two percent orange half plan to the early. But here's the thing. There is these huge split fifty, four percent of those who are Republican plan to vote in person while among those who are. Democrats. Or leaned over seventy one percent plan to vote by mail alot or early in person even this splits on partisan lines with the on the day vote seeming.

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Biden Campaign Announces $280 Million Ad Buy Through Fall

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:37 sec | Last month

Biden Campaign Announces $280 Million Ad Buy Through Fall

"The Biden presidential campaign is reserving $280 million in digital and television ads through the fall. That's nearly twice the amount President Trump's campaign as reserved for the same period. Biden is reserving airtime in 15 states, which includes a number of traditional swing states, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Florida. The Biden campaign is also reserving time. In historically Republican states, including Arizona, Georgia and Texas. Many of the ads will focus on what it says is the president's lack of leadership on the Corona virus pandemic in Washington. John Decker Fox

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New Cases of COVID-19 In World Countries

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

07:09 min | 5 months ago

New Cases of COVID-19 In World Countries

"Big news over the last twenty? Four hours has been the glimmer of hope surrounding the experimental drug rim desert which shows promise as a treatment for corona virus. And we're gonNA give this news. Its own segment immediately following this top news segment so hold on for that but I I thought it might be worth summarizing the state of things across the globe at the moment without just throwing a ton of numbers at you so in a very broad high level way things look like this. Italy Spain. Germany and France seemed to be effectively. Lowering their curves. Sweden and Canada are still near the peak of their diseases possibly plateauing but need a few more days of data there note. That Britain is sadly on track to surpass. Italy's total for the most number of deaths in Europe absolutely no new cases in both South Korea and Hong Kong over the last twenty three hours. In fact Hong Kong has had no new cases for five straight days and also south. Korea was one of the early places to peak if you'll recall recording nine hundred nine cases on February twenty-ninth alone Vietnam despite its ninety five million person. Population has still not reported a single death. And only two hundred seventy cases meanwhile Sri Lanka has reintroduced a strict twenty four hour curfew as a number of new corona virus. Cases has surged there and Japan will apparently extend its national state of emergency to June as the country is experiencing a second wave of infections in the US again. A very broad way looking at the case number graphs. The number of new cases are trending up in Massachusetts Illinois Maryland. Indiana Virginia Colorado Tennessee and North Carolina things are flats in New York California Pennsylvania Michigan Texas Washington State Rhode Island and Missouri. All of those are off of their some significantly and the states where cases are decreasing New Jersey Florida Louisiana Connecticut Georgia Ohio South Dakota and Idaho and yes this is a a sad statistic to end with the US past sixty thousand official corona virus deaths since we last spoke quoting the Washington Post. The California Police Chiefs Association has told its members that Governor Gavin newsom plans to announce Thursday that all beaches and state parks will be closed effective Friday. The anticipated move follows a weekend in which thousands of people took advantage of warm weather and crowded California beaches in violation of social distancing restrictions in place in the state prompting newsom to warn of the potential of a second wave of the corona virus outbreak and quotes. Dr Anthony Fao. She told CNN last night that the long awaited day where capacity for testing in the US should reach the point where anyone who wants to test can get one is about a month away specifically his quote was hopefully we should see that as we get towards the end of May the beginning of June and quotes and the number of nursing homes reporting cases of covert nineteen in the US has doubled in the past week with more than one in six elder care facilities in the US now acknowledging infections among residents or staff in five states Maryland Massachusetts Connecticut Georgia and New Jersey. The viruses struck majority of nursing. Homes and in New Jersey infections have been reported at eighty percents of the state's nursing homes. Finally this is quoting the New York Times. The british-based pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca said on Thursday that it had reached an agreement to make and distribute a leading potential corona virus vaccine. The drug developed by scientists at Oxford is now in human trials. The Oxford researchers are at the forefront of the race for vaccine because they had already demonstrated the safety of similar potential innoculations for other viruses that is enabled them to schedule. Human trials of their vaccine that will involve six thousand people by the end of next month. If those succeed the scientists hope to the first few million doses to frontline healthcare workers as early as September the deal with Astrazeneca could help ensure that a potential vaccine is available in the United States and around the world and quote a government run study of Gilead Sciences rim. Devere showed that the drug is effective at treating cove in nineteen the National Institutes of Health announced in a statement. Gilead said that the study had reached its primary endpoint meaning that patients on room desert recovered more quickly than those taking a placebo. Dr Anthony Fauci head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases or Niaid told reporters that the data from the trial showed a quote clear cut positive effect in diminishing time to recover and added that this will be the standard of care. We've talked about Rendez. Aveer A lot. In recent shows early data from a trial in Chicago indicated that patients were doing better than expected on the drug than those hopes were somewhat when a study in China indicated that patients taking room does Aveer. Didn't do any better than those in a control group in this in. Isd Study Severe was compared to Placebo in one thousand sixty three patients with neither doctors nor patients knowing who actually got the drug in a statement the NASD said an independent data and safety monitoring board overseeing the trial met on April twenty seventh to review data and shared their interim analysis with the study team based upon their review of the data. They noted that Rendez Aveer was better than placebo from the perspective of the primary endpoint time to recovery. A metric often used in influenza trials. Recovery in this study was defined as being well enough for hospital discharge or returning to normal activity level. Preliminary RESULTS INDICATE THAT PATIENTS. Who received rimmed reservoir? Had A thirty one percent faster time to recovery than those who received placebo specifically the median time to recovery was eleven days for patients treated with remedies aveer compared with fifteen days for those who received. Placebo results also suggested a survival benefit with mortality rate of eight percent for the group receiving Rim desert versus eleven point six for the Placebo Group and quote the FDA is expected to issue emergency use authorization for the drug Gilead the maker of Rim desert also revealed initial results from its own phase three trial of the drug in which it is comparing five day in day courses of treatment. The company found that a five day course is essentially just as effective as a longer course meaning the existing supply of the drug could be used to treat a greater number of patients unlike the NASD study. There was no control group. So the study doesn't speak to reservoirs. Overall effectiveness murder piracy Gilead. Chief medical officer said in a statement unlike traditional drug development we are attempting to evaluate an investigational agent alongside in evolving global pandemic multiple. Concurrent studies are helping

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Michael Bloomberg skips Iowa caucuses in 2020 campaign

Fox News Rundown

04:25 min | 8 months ago

Michael Bloomberg skips Iowa caucuses in 2020 campaign

"The democratic candidates are in Iowa or headed there ahead of Monday's caucuses with one notable exception former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg Saturday he'll be in Denver yesterday he was in Washington DC talking about homelessness and housing all over the democratic nominee well the each other on in the case Bloomberg isn't competing in the first four states to hold caucuses and primaries his name one appear on ballots until super Tuesday but he's a billionaire and he's used millions already to let you know who he is in advertising some of the ads featuring dogs and ice cream more admittedly a bit off beat recent polling data outside of Iowa and New Hampshire has him registering in Utah and Florida for example recent polling of democratic voters has him in double digit territory it is a different approach but will it work especially if one candidate like Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden wins a majority of the early states and gains momentum we have a national footprint right now in over thirty five states with about a thousand people on the ground Tim o'brien is the Bloomberg campaigns senior adviser we're running three campaigns crime fourteen usually essentially running a general election campaign read out of the gate against ana trump we're also running obviously a primary campaign that really hinges on super Tuesday states as our for showing and were also prioritizing handful of battleground states where we are we think the twenty twenty elections gonna be won or lost I've been in six of those states so far so I've been in Pennsylvania Michigan Wisconsin Arizona North Carolina and I'm in Texas now probably going to Florida next week and in those states are the ones that are high priority for us but we're we're we're competitive in all the states but not Ohio with a big ground operation in Ohio already but I think I think you know I was gonna be a tough state Ohio think it's pretty red right now where is I think Arizona and Texas are very critical and I think we can help push it into blue let's talk about the early states if Bernie Sanders turns into like you know a runaway train with like three of the four early states what's the strategy then for super Tuesday man how do you fight that momentum run away train is not a good image but he has momentum you know I think there's a good chance he's going to win both Iowa New Hampshire you know there's a chance that that Joe Biden may not even be in the top two in either of those states so I think there's going to have to be some reconsideration of among voters away everything resides in the wake of these first two contests certainly after the first four and I think it'll you know I think that'll sort of be rooted in where the the the the middle of the party and a moderate pardon party sees itself in and where the liberal wing of the party sees itself and and what kinds of rational alliances can be made for people smokers on the most important thing which is being Donald Trump there are plenty of Californians who would support Mike Bloomberg and I know because I've spoken to some of them I know that's not a really big surprise to hear that some Californians would support circling Berg but even some of them have expressed to me some skepticism about his campaign because he isn't competing in the first four states and you know I've heard people who are very supportive of Mr Bloomberg question how serious the candidacy as if he's you know not debating and and not campaigning the way other candidates are you know what I think is they start to pay closer attention to what we're doing I don't think any any doubts about house here agrees he is about this campaign he sees it as the culmination of his life's work the money resources and organizational he's quitting the play here are going to be at this point of the Democratic Party or whoever the ultimate democratic nominee is even if it's not Mike I think if this was just someone on a on a sort of breezy Danny run you wouldn't see those kinds of things everything about his policy positions aren't about in an affluent individual trying to buy the election is about somebody with a long track record of public service as an elected official as it's winter pest and it's not nor will I need to bring all those skills to bear in this race and I think the reason is going up in the polls is because people recognize that

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Iowa ad spending ticks up in the last week before caucuses

Jeff Wagner

05:19 min | 8 months ago

Iowa ad spending ticks up in the last week before caucuses

"The the first caucuses political caucuses the year are in hi that's coming up within like two weeks or so the candidates have been campaigning in Iowa would you like to guess how much has been spent on political advertising in Iowa over the course of let's see the last thirteen months or so thank you think yes home ballpark okay let's say two hundred million two hundred million and I would know that that that that's how I know that that's hard not to hundred million okay but let me just back up here Iowa I'll white is not a heavily populated state I mean it it's not California it's not Texas it's not New York it's not Florida you know where you have multiple television markets TV time to buy and I white is is cheap comparatively eight eight please it would be outside of the political season it's not like if you want to advertise in California for example you got to buy time on TV stations in San Diego and Los Angeles in Sacramento and San Francisco and all these places in between you want to buy TV time in Florida you gotta buy in Miami in Orlando and you know all all along the Gulf coast in up in Jacksonville and all these different places got to do that Iowa it's it's not a good client population center the answer to my question is the estimate that by the time all is said and done candidates will have spent just on TV advertising somewhere north of sixty three million that's M. as in million dollars running commercials this is presidential candidates in Iowa over the course of the last thirteen months sixty three million dollars and that's roughly the same as that's roughly the same as before and keep in mind the vast majority that spending is going to be on the Democrat side president trump is that some advertising but but nothing big but it's all the other Democrats if the Democrats were trying to to break through they're gonna be spending sixty three million I will tell you this that there are TV and radio stations all across this country who are looking at two thousand twenty and depending on where you are they are counting on substantial political advertising by it happens every four years happens every two years now in some year if you're in some states it's not as as big a deal the candidates aren't going to be the presidential candidate for example aren't going to be spending a lot of money in Utah because president trump is going to win you call it is a heavily Republican state so you're not going to be seeing a lot of of spending on the presidential campaigns you're probably not going to be seeing a lot of heavy spending I'm on the presidential level in California because California is gonna overwhelmingly goal for whoever the Democrat nominee yes so it's your your your have maybe a little bit of spending but but not not that much in places like Pennsylvania Michigan Wisconsin and a handful Ohio and a handful of other so called swing states you're not going to be able to turn on the TV or turn on the radio and not here some add maybe it's going to be an ad by the candidates maybe it's going to be an ad by some special interest groups supporting a cause or a candidate but the air waves both radio and television are gonna be inundated with ads and the candidates are going to spend millions of dollars to do it just like the spending sixty three million to I don't know how you could spend sixty three billion dollars in Iowa and yet that's what they are doing now here's what I want to discuss with you is it going to make any difference I was having this conversation with somebody the other day and they said you know I've never I I I know who I'm going to vote for and I see the different ads and I never decided she I'm going to vote for this candidate because I saw that at I'm going to vote against this other candidate because I saw that at it they were saying you know that this this money that is being spent on the advertising I understand I I work for radio station no we we are going to be getting political advertising and that's very very welcome to the bottom line but what I want to discuss with you is the ad spending in all the ads that are out there does it work is it necessary is it over kill does it ever change your mind and is there too much of it do we need to have sixty three million dollars spent in Iowa in order to I don't know help the voters decide who it is that they want to choose at a caucus have you ever really made up your mind as to who you're going to buy who to support because of an ad our number eight five five six one six one six twenty that's the accurate mortgage talk and text line do we need all the acts

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Democrat Bloomberg opens campaign offices in three battleground states

Fox News Sunday

00:23 sec | 9 months ago

Democrat Bloomberg opens campaign offices in three battleground states

"Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg is open campaign offices and three battleground states the billionaire media mogul on Saturday opened offices in Pennsylvania Michigan and Wisconsin which are considered swing states in next year's election a Bloomberg campaign said it will also fun digital ads against trump and register voters in those states the former New York mayor said trump won by less than one percentage point in each of those

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:28 min | 11 months ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Swing states Pennsylvania Michigan Florida North Carolina Wisconsin Arizona is painting a very different picture fifty three percent oppose impeaching trump while forty three percent support impeachment and removal that will be front and center as the president has his state where he nearly one in twenty sixteens talking about jobs here mine is already there so get ready for fighting words insulated today Biden delivers an economic policy address this morning around nine thirty in his original hometown of screen Pennsylvania well president trump makes remarks around three thirty this afternoon in Pittsburgh a scary closing time armed robbery at a north side convenience store police say two men brandishing guns with bandanas over their faces stormed into the speedy convenience store advance Jackson force the clerk to open the cash register and made off with three drawers worth of money they remain at large on Capitol Hill today they're talking marijuana and it's led by senator John Cornyn of Texas the hearing will look at a lack of research into health benefits because we'd is still a controlled substance other Fawzi who heads up Texans for responsible marijuana policy hopes that will change or in a seat at the safety profile of this plan is really incredible when it comes to comparing it to other substances that are legal fuzzy is as many Republicans are coming around to the idea of medicinal marijuana lawyers representing former Dallas police officer ever Geiger say they plan to appeal both her murder conviction and her ten year sentence Geiger was convicted last month of the murder of her upstairs neighbor both of y'all just over a year ago she says she mistakenly entered his apartment thinking he was hers and John was an intruder the trailer for the new Star Wars movies only been out a few days but it already has millions of views on YouTube Texas tech pop culture expert rob wider says there will likely be grandparents who saw the very first one in theaters taking their grand kids to see this one situation more it does have the longevity and it's got the brand recognition everybody knows the name Star Wars and for that reason he predicts Star Wars will continue well after this chapter wraps up tickets went on sale Monday for Star Wars the rise of sky Walker and in the first twenty four hours Lucasfilm and Disney racked up more advance ticket sales in any previous Star Wars movie where do you turn for laughs used to be HBO but not anymore Tracy John kia Bloomberg has this and focus report HBO was once the king of the stand up comedy special now Netflix wears the crown in four years Netflix has built a library of hundreds of stand up special service spent millions to lock in exclusive deals with Dave Chapelle surprise.

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on The Takeout

"They got to win back Pennsylvania Michigan Wisconsin comfort zones. Right. And we're basically lost on rounding errors get those back before they can even think about expanding the map back to what it was for them in two thousand eight or even earlier than that. I want to pick up on that point. Because you obviously spend a lot of time talking to Democrats looking at this map looking at the campaign. I hope to do more of that as I'm transitioning out of my day to day responsibilities at the White House. But when they look at it, do they think we've got to recapture those comfort zones or do they think more actively about Georgia, Texas other places that have been for the last decade kind of long-term targets where do they come back? That's that's the existential debate of the party is going to have I actually think ultimately, they're going to have a more brutal argument over that. Then they over the finer points of Medicare or environmental policy. Because we're to take the message to spend the money because it becomes a argument over which subgroups of American voters. Basically, do we want to focus on more white blue collar distressed feeling left behind voters in industrial mid west and north four ascendant black Latino Asian young people who've moved from the north for California into places like Arizona, Georgia, Texas, North Carolina. Heck, maybe even one day, South Carolina that and how on earth. Do we win back Florida? That's the conversation. The number has millions of dollars are at stake, not necessarily for the voter for the consultants who would do the work. So it's it's a blood sport for a lot of these folks and much of that will be determined by who ultimately becomes the nominee. Is it someone like a Joe Biden who clearly has an advantage in those midwestern industrial states, or if you end up with someone like, comma, Harris, or you know, Pete buddhis-. Or will? Well. Only took three weeks of trying a lot of practice saying into the mirror. Yeah. I figured it out. Not just rolls off the tongue, and you did did, you know this in in your in your iphone? It actually is not a misspelled word like you'd think be UTI would show up at the red squiggly. If you typed it in on the iphone at least, it does not what does that tell us that he talked to somebody in apple? Wow. And was planning ahead. It might have been. Yeah. Anyway, we move on. So that'll be part of the conversation is where where to play this game. Right. And and I think that again gets determined by by who the nominee is Johnny Rx, wisit bartender and waiter here at may was approached the table trying to you know, what I always want general, social and lots of it. Thank you, sir. I'll take your sesame chicken because that is like my spaghetti and Meatball test for Chinese restaurant. There we go, right? If you can't do the sesame chicken, they will can you do with flying colors. All right. That's great. Well, like, I said if the ambassador to China here, exactly here's another structural thing to keep in mind, as you think about the coming presidential election. If you want to add in this audience, or maybe people rolling their icing major I don't want to think about it yet. I understand I sympathize. But if you do keep this in mind since one thousand nine hundred twenty incumbents have sought re election as president nights dates their record is fifteen wins and five losses fifteen and four. If you eliminate Gerald Ford who was not elected vice president or president but necessary, but ran in seventy six if you take that out the record is fifteen and four enough to get you an all star bid in the major league. Absolutely. I mean, the point is that your bench. Presidents tend to win re election more often than they lose. It is a structural advantage. Totally. And that is why you've seen the RNC very quietly over the last year or so and it can intensify those efforts now running around the country shoring up all those little details about built in support for the president out of concern that perhaps this one isn't as structurally advantaged as as as his predecessors..

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of Pennsylvania, Michigan, New York, West Virginia and Virginia. You're listening to NPR news. The academy of Motion Picture Arts and sciences is hoping for a bigger TV audience for tonight's Oscar awards, even though there will be no host and plans have gone through several changes, but in Mexico, the audience is expected to be huge and celebrations are planned throughout the country. As NPR's Carrie Kahn reports that's because the movie Roma written and directed by Alphonso Koran is up for ten nominations, the Roman neighborhood, Mexico City where quad owns black and white drama was filmed as planning watch parties as well as the parade. If the picture wins big the small town of Latvia co Oaxaca, where the movies lead actress elites apparati CIO hails from his also planning celebrations. Apparati CO is a schoolteacher and indigenous mistake she was discovered there by quad own Miguel Angel Martinez Sierra who runs the town's cultural center says win or lose apparati CEO has already shown Mexico so much room. Bugle mutual sister. By thrown is gone. Mubarak with feeless. She's broken patterns and stereotypes of indigenous people here indigenous Mexicans are seldom seen in movies around limited to white light skinned Mexicans Carrie Kahn. NPR news Mexico City. The cost of a gallon of gasoline is going up. The Lundberg survey says the price of a gallon of regular gas rose ten cents in the past two weeks to two dollars forty four San that following a rise in the cost of crude oil that price those fifteen cents lower than it was a year ago..

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"It may be on the way to forty seats. And your reaction was that it was almost a complete victory. I won the Senate mentioned, but one the Senate I said eighty eight years, but this was a this is historically big defeat in the house. You lost thirty six maybe forty seats somewhat argue that it was something. I wanna talk about some of the ways in which you lost. You lost traditionally, Republican suburbs. Not only around liberal cities like Philadelphia and DC, but also red state big cities like Houston and Oklahoma City. You lost among suburban women. You lost among independence, and in three key states that I think you remember pretty well. Wisconsin Pennsylvania, Michigan you'll laws both with governor seats and the Senate seat. These are you ready? I won the Senate, and that's historic too. Because if you look at presidents in the White House, it's almost never happened. Where you wanna see we won? We now have fifty three as opposed to fifty one. And we have fifty three great senators the US Senate we won. That's tremendous victory. Nobody talks about that. That's a far greater victory that it is for the other side. Number two. I wasn't on the ballot. You wait. Would you set? You say look at me. I pretend I'm on the people, and you see the polls how good they are. I have people that won't vote unless I'm on the ballot. Okay. And I wasn't on the ballot. And almost everybody that I want. I think they said it was ten out of eleven and I want against President Obama, and Oprah Winfrey. And Michelle Obama in a great state, call Georgia for the governor, and it was all stacked against Brian. And I was the one that went for Brian and. Brian one look at Florida. I went down to Florida. Rick Scott, one anyone by a lot. I don't know what happened all those moats have disappeared at the very end..

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"And picked up thirty seats, President Bush, forty three had a news conference the next day and said we had a thumping last week in this election the house picked up so far. It's thirty six seats may be on the way to forty seats. And your reaction was that it was almost a complete victory. I won the Senate you mentioned, but excuse me, I want the Senate I understand that. But he said eighty eight years, but this was a this is a historically big defeat in the house. You lost thirty six maybe forty seats somewhat argue that it was a thumping. I wanna talk about some of the ways in which you lost you lost in traditionally, Republican suburbs. Not only around liberal cities like Philadelphia and DC, but also red state big cities like Houston and Oklahoma City. You lost among suburban women. You lost among independence, and in three key states that I think you remember pretty well, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan lost both the governor seats and the Senate seats, are you ready? I won the Senate, and that's historic too. Because if you look at presidents in the White House, it's almost never happened where you want to see we want. We now have fifty three as opposed to fifty one. And we have fifty three great senators in the US Senate we won that's a tremendous victory. Nobody talks about that. That's a far greater victory than it is for the other side. Number two. I wasn't on the ballot. Wait. Would you set? You said look at me. I said I have people and you see the polls. How good they are. I have people that won't vote unless I'm on the ballot. Okay. And I wasn't on the ballot. And almost everybody that I want. I think they said it was ten out of seven, and I wanna against President Obama, and Oprah Winfrey. And Michelle Obama in a great state called Georgia for the governor. And it was all stacked against Brian. And I was the one that went for Brian and Brian one look at Florida. I went down to Florida. Rick Scott one he won by a lot. I don't know what happened to all those votes that disappeared at the very end. And if I didn't put a spotlight on that election before it got down to the twelve thousand five hundred votes, he would have lost that election. Okay. In my opinion. He would've lost. They were taken that election away from him. Rick Scott, one Florida he kept to say excuse me. A man named Ron just Santa's is now your governor. Your new governor of Florida. A wonderful man named dewine is your governor of the great state of Ohio member what they used to say before my election. You cannot win on less. You win Ohio. I won Ohio. We had a tremendous set of victories. You look at the victories. But if you can't carry.

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on KTOK

"I understand that said eighty eight years, but this was a this is a historically big defeat in the house lost thirty six maybe forty seats somewhat argue that it was a thumping. And I wanna talk about some of the ways in which you lost you lost in traditionally, Republican suburbs. Not only around liberal cities like Philadelphia and DC, but also red state big cities like Houston and Oklahoma City. You lost among suburban women. You lost among independence, and in three key states that I think you remember pretty well, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan you've lost both with governor seats and the Senate seats, are you ready? I won the Senate, and that's historic too. Because if you look at presidents in the White House, it's almost never happened. Where you wanna see we won? We now have fifty three opposed to fifty one and fifty three great senators in the US Senate we won that's tremendous victory. Nobody talks about that. That's a far greater victory than it is for the other side. Number two. I wasn't on the ballot. Wait. Would you set? You said look at me. I said. I have people and you see the polls. How good they are. I have people that won't vote unless I'm on the ballot. Okay. And I wasn't on the ballot. And almost everybody that I want. I think they said it was ten out of eleven and I want against President Obama, and Oprah Winfrey. And Michelle Obama in a great state called Georgia for the governor. And it was all stacked against Brian. And I was the one that went for Brian and Brian one look at Florida. I went down to Florida. Rick Scott, one anyone by a lot. I don't know what happened to all those notes of disappeared at the very end. And if I didn't put a spotlight on that election before it got down to the twelve thousand five hundred votes, he would have lost that election. Okay. In my opinion. He would've taken that election away from him. Rick Scott, one Florida he'd kept to say excuse me. A man named Rondo Santa's is now your governor. Your new governor of Florida, a wonderful man named dewine. Is you governor? One of the great state of Ohio member what they used to say before my election. You cannot win on less. You win Ohio. I won Ohio. We had a tremendous set victories. You look at the victors. But if you can't.

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"It is now it's considered in some way, and forgive me. I always get this backwards because I genuinely don't remember what direction it went in. That it was considered now somewhat homophobic to use the term either gay or homosexual you're supposed to us. And I don't know which one it was. I'm not being funny Silio making. I'm just telling you, I genuinely don't remember. You're not alone. You're not alone. No, I don't remember what it was. It was saying like you're not supposed to use the term gay. You're supposed to use the term homosexual, you do it's considered homophobic. And I thought to myself, well, how who who made this rule up and the answer is cultural elites made this role. We didn't make this rule up. Most people have no hope of poma phobic bone or Noorani in their body. They just use words that they've heard in the English language to refer to two people places things that they've heard that's they use. All right. They call the Grand Canyon the Grand Canyon because they saw a picture of a canyon out the mid west and someone wrote. Hey, this is the Grand Canyon. Not everybody's been there somewhat had a friend a friend sent them one time. Hey, you know, I'm gay and you said, okay, you're gay. They didn't know us. The word gay was wrong. No one told them the rules. You see my point. So the point is the battle right now is against the rules the battles against the rules in general. And I think a number of people are upset that these rules have been arbitrarily imposed upon them. They don't a lot of them have sincere and strong disagreements with Trump on a lot of issues. How do I know that? Because a lot of these people voted for Obama. Ladies and gentlemen, in a lot of rust belt states, a lot of blue collar, working states, notably Pennsylvania, Michigan Wisconsin that voted for Obama by juju margins and end voted for Donald Trump the numbers are there. A lot of Obama voters who agreed with tax the rich special interests are horrible unions are great. I'm just saying this was an Obama platform type stuff. Those people switched over and voted for Trump. Did you ever ask yourself? Why? I don't know Lance moral. I'm not personal. I just think his conclusion on this that Trump's battle against these PC rules and his own perceived invulnerability his in other words, saying, hey, screw this. I'm gonna go out and say what I want to say. And I don't really care what your rules are. I think that is the Trump appeal. Folks, I know this because I talked to a lot of people who support Trump and their reason every time for supporting them that I get out. There is oh he fights back. He fights back. I think the author of this piece is really grossly misreading this. Now granted there's a line on anything, folks. I mean, I do agree that after a while chaos is not I've said to you before on this show, and I'm not backtracking. I'm going to say it about the Democrats, and I'll say it about Trump and Republicans to chaos is not a brand. But I don't think the general voting working class person out. They voted for Trump, but voted for a bomb in the past sees Trump's invulnerability and his his self perceived invulnerability as a flaw. I don't think they in other words Jody sued him saying, I don't think they see it as chaos now, they see it as a strength. Like, hey, you know, I was in work one time, and I was attacked for saying. Just name a word. That's I'm trying to think I gave you the example before where I read that piece. But I'm trying to think of something to chase it. I was in work one time. And I said that men should use the men's bathroom, and I was fired. Because someone said, hey, that's a -fensive that's transphobic. No. It's not what do you mean is transphobic transphobic at all? What are you talking about? The guy could have no not a stain in his heart at all for anybody on the planet. Just making a simple point we have segregated bathrooms. Three men and women for a reason, the biological parts are different. So the guy goes to work and says that all of a sudden, he's fired..

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on Pod Save America

"And that there is possibility for the right democrat to repeat Obama's performance in Iowa. There are some concerning signs in Ohio despite shared Brown's win. If you sort of think about Democrats, hold the states we won in two thousand and sixteen and then you just add Wisconsin, Pennsylvania Michigan back to your column. You get to two hundred to two hundred seventy nine electoral votes and you win win Ohio, Florida or Isla. So they're like the path remains for Democrats. You can see how you can see a clear path to get to two seventy. It's just perhaps a little more narrow than we thought. It was gonna be six years ago. Yeah. I mean, so let's what the midwest. And then we talk about Florida. In the mid west. I think the good news is the Democrats bounced back from their performance in two thousand sixteen in a number of these states. The bad news is they didn't bounce back to the Obama level performance of twenty twelve. So there is no such thing as a blue wall anymore. And I don't think there will be in twenty twenty right? Like like, you said we're going to have to compete in Pennsylvania, Michigan Wisconsin intensely. Whoever the nominee is. And I do think, you know, we saw some troubling signs in Ohio you said even though shared one. And I think a lot of these has to do with the demographic makeup of each of these states. So it it does look like the reason that we carried and my say we I mean, the Senate and gubernatorial candidates in Wisconsin in Michigan and Pennsylvania. They carry these states again is that they by and large ran up margins in the suburbs that were. Even greater than what we did in two thousand sixteen or what we did in twenty twelve and they made up some ground in rural areas, but they didn't make we sort of didn't make up ground to make up enough ground. And a lot of like old, you know, industrial towns in the midwest. The have a lot of where the population is a lot of non college educated white voters, and because Ohio has greater proportion of non college educated white voters and older voters than some of the other states were having particular problems in Ohio because we can't get enough votes out of the suburbs of Ohio to make up for a lot of the other parts of the state shared could. So there's a lesson to be learned there. But cordray didn't we got sort of shutout in congressional seats. And so that that's pretty tough. But I do think then you look like when we talked about this before you look at Michigan and Gretchen Whitmer, you know, she sort of held down the. Margin's the Republican margins among non college educated whites and she ran up the margin suburbs and around Detroit. And I think Tony Evert did that in Wisconsin with Milwaukee in the suburbs around Milwaukee. So it's gonna be a dogfight. So what do you think and we should do over the next two years? Democrats can do to make sure we win at least, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. I think it. It is going to be very dependent on our nominee in a lot of ways. And I can't I don't know which person who's think of which which of these seven hundred people running is the right? I just all this problem. But it is it's like if you look at what happened in these states, and then Florida which will discuss shortly. The it's sort of sleighs this dumb debate about do. We want a moderate or progressive, right? Because it that that debate has been stupid for thirty years, and it's even more stupid now. But for Democrats to win they have to do a in these states in around the country..

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on Pod Save America

"And that there is possibility for the right democrat to repeat Obama's performance in Iowa. There are some concerning signs in Ohio despite shared Brown's win. If you sort of think about Democrats, hold the states we won in two thousand and sixteen and then you just add Wisconsin, Pennsylvania Michigan back to your column. You get to two hundred to two hundred seventy nine electoral votes and you win win Ohio, Florida or Isla. So they're like the path remains for Democrats. You can see how you can see a clear path to get to two seventy. It's just perhaps a little more narrow than we thought. It was gonna be six years ago. Yeah. I mean, so let's what the midwest. And then we talk about Florida. In the mid west. I think the good news is the Democrats bounced back from their performance in two thousand sixteen in a number of these states. The bad news is they didn't bounce back to the Obama level performance of twenty twelve. So there is no such thing as a blue wall anymore. And I don't think there will be in twenty twenty right? Like like, you said we're going to have to compete in Pennsylvania, Michigan Wisconsin intensely. Whoever the nominee is. And I do think, you know, we saw some troubling signs in Ohio you said even though shared one. And I think a lot of these has to do with the demographic makeup of each of these states. So it it does look like the reason that we carried and my say we I mean, the Senate and gubernatorial candidates in Wisconsin in Michigan and Pennsylvania. They carry these states again is that they by and large ran up margins in the suburbs that were. Even greater than what we did in two thousand sixteen or what we did in twenty twelve and they made up some ground in rural areas, but they didn't make we sort of didn't make up ground to make up enough ground. And a lot of like old, you know, industrial towns in the midwest. The have a lot of where the population is a lot of non college educated white voters, and because Ohio has greater proportion of non college educated white voters and older voters than some of the other states were having particular problems in Ohio because we can't get enough votes out of the suburbs of Ohio to make up for a lot of the other parts of the state shared could. So there's a lesson to be learned there. But cordray didn't we got sort of shutout in congressional seats. And so that that's pretty tough. But I do think then you look like when we talked about this before you look at Michigan and Gretchen Whitmer, you know, she sort of held down the. Margin's the Republican margins among non college educated whites and she ran up the margin suburbs and around Detroit. And I think Tony Evert did that in Wisconsin with Milwaukee in the suburbs around Milwaukee. So it's gonna be a dogfight. So what do you think and we should do over the next two years? Democrats can do to make sure we win at least, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. I think it. It is going to be very dependent on our nominee in a lot of ways. And I can't I don't know which person who's think of which which of these seven hundred people running is the right? I just all this problem. But it is it's like if you look at what happened in these states, and then Florida which will discuss shortly. The it's sort of sleighs this dumb debate about do. We want a moderate or progressive, right? Because it that that debate has been stupid for thirty years, and it's even more stupid now. But for Democrats to win they have to do a in these states in around the country..

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The election. But this idea of like history says historically, I if there's one thing we've learned it's throw history out the window. We got two guys who know a lot of history, but also are smart enough to ignore it at times, Vincent Cigna, a global macro strategies for Bloomberg. He's here in our Bloomberg interactive brokers broker brokers studio as is Craig Gordon executive editor and Washington bureau chief here for the election night festivities shall we? Call them back. You don't. This. Right. So Craig I wanna start with you were hours away. What's the big headline that you guys are zeroing in on at least at this point not necessarily about results? But just what's the mood. What's the feel as we get closer? Sure. I mean, obviously, the only story that really counts tonight is other dams can take the house, and then one party government in Washington. I will I would urge people to keep a close eye on those governor's races. There's a lot of places where Democrats could pick up seats right now. Republicans hold about a Tennessee in the state houses. But Democrats who bring that back to parody with Winston, Pennsylvania. Michigan Wisconsin Hieaux if those states sound like the rust belt that put Donald Trump in the White House. They are. And that was what makes these races these governor's races. So important, there's a theory in politics, if you hold a governor seat during a presidential election. It's worth about three points because governors tend to have kind of a machine, and they can kind of get people mobilized. So that would actually be a big a big harbinger positive harbinger for the Democrats and Edward coming up on a census. Right. And that makes it that much more important because we destroying and. All those lines, right? As people recall one of the reasons. Democrats Republicans have been able to hold power in Washington because they draw the seats in their favor and Democrats will try to draw the seats more to the democratic favor. SO who holds a pen, really important. So it's a little bit of a story beneath the story. But it's hugely important won't be watching tonight. We're going to be watching which is why we've had a bunch of market. Guests searching, the midterms are important, Vincent Morello. You grabbed me in the food court today your Bloomberg. And you said, yeah, of course, the markets care about it. I think the market's way underestimating the potential of what this could be not for the rest of two thousand eighteen but for two thousand nine hundred and essentially the thought processes, well, if the Republicans do hold the congress, they'll be an increase in fiscal spending infrastructure spending tax cuts for the middle class, certainly. Way on the deficit and way on on bonds, and we'll see yields higher and the thought is if the Democrats take the house it'll be but of stalemate nothing really going on real positive for stocks yields probably trade sideways. Not really that. True. Sources telling me that actually if the Democrats take the house that they will be a push for a big increase in Medicare and health care spending Pelosi is going to have the same difficulty and credit weigh-in way better than I on this subject, the difficulty that may bainer and Ryan had they dealt with the right wing conservative party in the Republican party. Pelosi is going to have to better the socialist party to deal within the easy way to get over that hump is to capitulate on entitlements. And which will give her the opportunity to expand into the areas, which she liked to Craig coming on this like what will the outcome mean potentially in terms of the kind of legislative policies our fiscal policies that we'll see coming down. Yeah. I mean, if you have a split decision Cy were Democrats sick the House Republicans hold onto the Senate. You know, there's a certain amount of gridlock that is already happening in Washington. And and it could get worse. But I agree that the energy and the Democratic Party right now is all coming from the left Alexandria, Cosso Cortez here in New York. Obviously, I think she's sort of the poster child of the Democrats take the house, even though most of the candidates who ran did not run in a sort of a leftward lean. In fact, a lot of places where if Democrats take the house, it will have taken it in some of the states. I just mentioned where you're going to be a little more purple. You can't be so far to the left. You have to be little more moderate you have to talk. You don't talk about giant fiscal spending plans, you talk about fiscal responsibility. So, but I, but I think that all ends on election day, essentially, if Democrats take the house, and the sort of the leftward poll in the party will Pelosi toward Medicare for all is one thing that a lot of candidates even some of the centrists ran on as a way to solve this sort of ObamaCare problem Healthcare's, emerges kind of a sleeper issue in this in this campaign. We all thought the racist about Donald Trump, and the Democrats if they win I think the story will say they wisely. Less about Donald Trump because everyone has their own feelings about Donald Trump. You don't need to talk about Donald Trump voters. They know how they feel right? You're talking about. Okay. Pick me, and you get you get healthcare. You get a few other things like that. So I I agree. You could see a push for a big fiscal stimulus. But remember Republicans Donald Trump could stop that with his veto pen and infrastructure spending. Also seems to be something that keeps coming up in conversations that we have that. If there is a split government. Because and cried you've said this on the show before Donald Trump is ultimately somewhat pragmatic and wants to win and wants to get stuff done, and he may see a path toward toward that infrastructure. Whatever the outcome. Whatever the outcome is Craig Gordon executive editor. And why should it be our chief? You got a long night ahead of you. My friend will be there with you. And then Cigna, rela you going to watch the returns from home. What are you gonna do? You gonna hang out with us. I'm Ashley not hanging out with you tonight. Okay..

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Interesting article on ABC. News dot com written. By Rick Klein who also is political director of, course also ninety nine days until the November, midterm elections let's catch up Rick good morning to you I thought your story was really interesting and compelling especially about Charles coke of the coke brothers but let's get right into some of, the things that could be? Headwinds, and some of the things that the president. Might have some good news on when it comes to the upcoming election what's what's going on there Yeah, it tells you countries in a lot of ways and you have a big swath of Trump, country electing standard there's ten states this the Trump won, that are Democrats up for reelection and then this battle in the suburbs and the excerpts where the house races are determined a lot of those who district's Hillary Clinton carried year. And a half ago so I feel like you you look at the the entirety of this, and you can easily see two waves crashing and much different, direction well you know we just had the announcement? Of the GDP as Bill Clinton famously said it's the economy stupid or at least somebody in in his and? Right, now things are on a great way for the president when it comes to the economy and people getting jobs and good jobs and hiring that's going on that seems to support, things but, if the tariff thing kind of gets, in the. Way that cause the. Work jammed up plus. I'm going to follow that question with actually two, plus is there anything if there is a, government shutdown does that really impact a lot of Americans as far as. What they think about the president in that case well if the Republicans are the party in power and they can't, even keep the lights on That's hardly a good, argument for saying you should continue to stay in power that's the problem with the government. Shutdown I think you're right about tariffs before a danger for the economy another. Danger is that people don't, feel the economic boom the same way the numbers which he gas because wages really haven't grown and if Democrats. Put, together a, different vision I I do think that the biggest thing that Republicans have going for them really, is that argument about peace and prosperity say look whatever, he saying even if you don't like it from getting the job done that's their argument anything that takes away from that is actually very problematic but his party well let's talk. A little bit about the swing states right that Pennsylvania Michigan some states that Trump won with, with workers with union groups even is that likely to happen, this time saying Senate and house races yeah I? Think what's interesting about these states is that some of them weren't even traditionally Republican yes we've got states like? Montana, and misery in Indiana on the board but when you get into a Pennsylvania or a Michigan or Wisconsin. Actually, you're talking about the Democrats have got a pretty good history of, winning, at the at the presidential level and the idea that Trump swung. Them once a shocker to Democrats can, he, do it again can? He, do it for candidate not name Trump that's a very big question when you look at. This, map and there hasn't been evidence of that yet but then again. Trump's breaking a lot of rules along the way Indeed now Charles coke in? An interview with him the eighty? Two year old? Ahead of the coq political. Network because you right basically said that if you stray from principles and policies. That his pack, group pushes you're going to be off the charts What were your thoughts about what he had to say well you look at the issue of trade, and that's one where. Coke network they're the ultimate sort of free traders no barriers they want more market they feel like the free market. Is is. Everything they're more libertarian than they are Republican in eighteen a president who strayed from even traditional conservatism, and it worries them they don't like the idea of. Of, being. This sort of corporate bailouts and picking winners and losers along the way I look I don't think that, you're going to see the coke spend a lot of money on Democrats suddenly but they may stay, on the sidelines a little bit yeah And expressed. Some displeasure. Health them people that are voting with President Trump that they're making a mistake I think it's more likely on the margins but it is it is. One of the conservative on ease over this. Last game taking the party and somebody unexpected direction very? Interesting, all right good talk with your tax return this morning Rick Klein political. Analyst joining us this morning here from. ABC news. Ten minutes.

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"All right as we continue. Congressman Jim Jordan? Of Ohio congressman also remember the freedom caucus I, guess you were the chairman, and then I guess you got dethroned by meadows what happened there No we we have he'd better be so quick to jump in your. Grave I mean Yeah you serve you serve one congress and then you you did a tremendous chairman and of course he's. Probably my best friend, here in Washington great guy in doing a. Good job lead knocker I gotta be honest and I say this publicly all the time I am tired of Republicans. Being, weak spineless feckless visionless and I really blame them more than. I blame the Democrats now. This election is really. About a Democratic Party. That hates Trump they want to impeach him this is their agenda. They want open borders look at how they want to abolish is they wanna keep ObamaCare they want, their crumbs back and they also don't want the, president to make. Any, supreme court nominations even, though that is his constitutional authority and duty but they don't they I, don't think. I I have not heard one positive thing that they're offering the American. People, not one they're. Completely out of touch with with where the American people. Are particularly I think voters across the midwest who who you know Pennsylvania Michigan Wisconsin wall put President Trump in the White House. Who, understood that his vision what he wants to do on border. Security what what he wants. To do on reducing. Taxes reducing regulation so. Our economy grow we're hitting four percent growth Sean four percent growth. We didn't even come close to that wait a minute you see did you see Barclays yesterday adjusted, their second quarter GDP prediction to five point three, percent I'm not. Saying, it's going to happen, but we'll we'll get the GDP numbers on Friday I mean by all, accounts it. Looks like we're going to be at four percent which is record breaking Accorded Reagan esque type numbers and. The type of leadership I think, we're getting. From the. President is Reagan esque as. Well so this is this is what, is going to help the Republican this election we just got to focus on. Continuing to do what we. Told the American people. We were going, to do we do that the Democrats and all their, crazy, ideas, speak for themselves and we'll be just finding yeah last question do you think, that there are some people I'm worried about, what do you say to people whose congressman is, a rhino. And they might be, hesitant to either stay home, how, important is this. That the Republicans keep control of the house because the. Democrats want, to impeach him it's critical and you said it they will they will they, take over. The house they will move to impeach, President Trump fight of all the great things that. Have happened a year and, a half they will definitely do that that's why it's, critical we hold on Other words you you you and. I are saying the same thing even though you have a rhino week Republican you. Gotta suck it up yeah. You gotta vote Republican because let me look what the Democrats like you said they wanted a polish. Ice, Democrats so. Slipped is now that the the key part of their their? Their coalition their party I mean this is scary so yeah you have to vote Republican we need Republican majority? So that we can keep President Trump in the office and there's? Not an process that unfolds all right. Jim Jordan congressman from the great, state of. Ohio by. The way I'm sorry you. Went through that smear campaign and I, was alive from day one and but you know what they think they do. It to anybody that supports. The president it was. Just your turn No? You know well and by the way congratulations thank you heard. Your son got married congratulations Thank. You Ladies thank you know he'd probably married up like. His father that's what. I'm. Guessing exactly Congressman thank.

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on WEEI

"On the water it places gonna suck go ahead good morning good morning martin thank you days after the new york post raised the theory of hillary clinton running again in two thousand twenty democrats are very nervous about elizabeth warren chances against president trump they shouldn't be nervous she's gonna get stomped whatever you think it was warm donald trump with bernie sanders yeah bernie was what a double ticket yeah they'll take all those flyers sippy of over them all day yes yes they want if they vote in their economic interests yes i forgot how just so dumb i mean so pennsylvania wallace person viola what's that although states to trump on pennsylvania michigan say nobody voted for trump for a couple years ago is not going to vote from it very well brady would have beaten him in two thousand sixteen so he could be even twenty twenty eighty according to the hill there are creeping doubts among leading democrats that she's the best candidate to take on trump and during aw worlds right i could see people flocking why she wants to houston thirst she's hysterical she's first of all she's a phony secondly she's not likeable because of their religion that's right she wants to wants america to welcome all that's the best argument she should talk about economics into healthcare she wants to give everyone the economy struggling for her on the reservation growing up who knows brutal struggling to gerry callahan was on the fire water could pocahontas elizabeth warren you don't want trump to lose it's no fun for you of trump doesn't win i care about the better of no i'll tell you privately so you think he's not doing well for people aren't rich white guys yes so rich black guys are struggling rich rich asian guys people are doing well rich percents ninety five percent for american opponents lowest it's been oh yeah the president hispanic unemployment's low it's ever been trump told me he would never lie to republican ninety percent every the approval rating that'd be so great elizabeth warren and bernie sanders those same abc who's going to be the presidential candidate bernie would probably we'd be the vice president lizard be the vice president and take over and twenty twenty four they're going to do a court not and cranky and unlikable in a communist he's stupid voice cavanaugh and he said the job of the supreme court is to make laws to make to pass legislation needed not say that he did not find it two days ago what else ignite for trump on tv monday night fox.

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

WVON 1690 AM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

"Is and listen i'm telling ya seen i'm going to ask someone from the board of elections where you can have your water the fact of the matter is i'm telling you what what i'm telling you there's a us situation and this is what i think happened and pennsylvania michigan and the rest of the way down trump won those states that's true that's what that's my opinion about it and what would i would i would like for you to do is to look into maybe it's not happening commissioner michelle let me just say to you you have every reason to be concerned about that and one of the one of our top priorities is cyber security i'm very much aware of some of the things that go on here i mean this is not my first rodeo i've been a commitment for awhile it's been dealing with elections in proviso township and quite frankly i lost my first race as a result of some shenanigans that went on in one of these polling places so this will be an opportunity and i'm i'm i'm meeting actually right now with some experts who have some some knowledge in this area because i mean obviously i i want people to have you know we have to protect the integrity of elections people need to feel like their vote is going to count and these kinds of shenanigans that they here about now some of this i agree on the other side with with some of this stuff is fake news but i wanna make sure you know that you know suburban cook because that's what i'll be over suburban cook is not going to have those kind of problems so i'm meeting with some of the clerks i'll be meeting with election torney i'm going to meet with anybody that i can because i don't want that to be a hindrance to to us and i certainly don't want it happen on my watch do is look into it and that's all amassed in the cost for sure absolutely i just don't believe all states certain states and i believe he's russians had something to do with that too you know and i'm not a witch on but what if they can if you can direct those results to computer manipulation it seems to.

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President Trump's Tariffs Were His First Big Break With the GOP

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02:22 min | 2 years ago

President Trump's Tariffs Were His First Big Break With the GOP

"Rust belt the industrial midwest there is a powerful political appeal to this tariffs issue republican policy makers are all are pretty much uniformly set against it republican voters are not and republicanleaning independent voters in stay it's like pennsylvania michigan wisconsin the trade deal was in the republican primary one of trump's biggest differences with the other candidates in that field because he sensed i think correctly as you know ross perot did before him and pat buchanan are that there is a constituency even among republican voters uh for tariffs and michael president said last night ronald reagan wasn't good on trade ronald reagan's an icon typically for republicans and respect icons in that way i think that this is revealing in an entirely different way i mean republicans have come together under shelvin all of them to resist the president's policy on this but when you look at all the previous provocations where they might be critical of the president each tariffs it's not misogyny it's not your native this woman racism it reveals something about the republican party that this is their redlining tells us that the limit on friday exactly so larry cohen stayed in place after charlottesville but he quit over this so i think it's revealing of what do you think it reveals your leave out economic policy all the corruption a gust and he talked about the order of the loves this is the order of their loves really value in life and i think that that's a a serious problem for republicans they needed social show some passion i think for recovery in the future on some other issues that in resisting the trump agenda susan you've written a bit about that as well in terms of flipping the scrapped on on the republican agenda the change towards russia and how this is somehow become a partisan issue well that's right it used to be just as republicans were the bedrock party of freetrade rate if there's one thing we knew that that was the consensus of the republican party on it was free trade i the same thing was true on the hawkish his toward russia which generally had prevailed and persisted through the end of the cold war now you look at those public opinion surveys and basically because the party's standardbearer donald trump has changed his view last year in 2016 the republican electorate change their view in.

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"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"pennsylvania michigan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Have noticed is my healthcare went up another eight hundred let's see here which seems to be size to some of those bonuses and what i'm concerned about is who do you pay your healthcare to uh teixeira but the company it's uh uh tells them um but the the the problems going to be that still the four hundred pound gorilla in the rural healthcare costs and uh and it's all good news it's great to get the money and um again in of uh as the economy heats up everything on price of everything's going to go up anyways so a lot of this could be not but right now take away can and uh i'm sure some people look into portfolios and let's make winning megabucks right now and they don't really know what did well the here's the deal did ability to 401 k lately doing don't have what i've been ira the roth ira is looks didn't seem to be uh fatter than it was a year ago fisher road bundestag markets of fifty percent when you think about it that that's that's a big jump i i just wonder at what point do the poll saarc to swing a little bit uh for donald trump with sad to see a little bit of a creep up and so my question is have the republicans outflanked the democrats particularly democrats in the states there were so critical to trump's victory the rust belt states pennsylvania michigan and wisconsin in ohio in indiana th those are the states with these tax cuts are going to do the most good i i laugh at immigration some size because if the economy really does sacked eating up again we're gonna need people from all loved the world the company here and help now not the ones that maybe you're trying to take advantage of the system regains assist system but it's it's something else has got to be salt and uh there's still a lot of work to be done this is all good news and the democrats just stood the big big crybaby so that's all i can say at this at this seemed to be a little bit behind the curve this is really john will best of.

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