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Political Analyst Boris Epshteyn: Biden Is Mandating Vaccines to Cover up His Mess in Afghanistan
"You agree with. I mean you're a legal person. You're you're qualified fancy georgetown lawyer. You're not just a political maven. Yesterday has to be one of the worst infringements of our civil rights since habeas corpus was suspended. No absolutely shocking absolutely unacceptable. It is it. Is it honestly something that is beyond the pale to degree which is is is tough to comprehend. Except for the fact that we've got a guy in the oval office who is so out of touch. Who's so fat close. Who is so pathetic to these two in his. He's doing it to cover up for the people he had killed and afghanistan. That is what joe biden is doing. And there's absolutely disgusting. This government overreach is unacceptable. It's got no place. It is sad. It's disjointed but this is today's democrats are that is why i've been saying this to you. Even before last year's election the democrats are becoming the marginal party because they pushed through ideas. Like this tony voucher with his sycophant of of of joe biden is also sad. Of course we always knew. There's just a lib who's set on making sure that the american people lose their livelihoods lose their jobs which he's the one that needs to be fired for lying blatantly lying to the american public about about funding gain of function research in china. We now know that for a fact. How would you still has javed's shocking heist allowed to go on tv shocking but the but the over arching takeaway from this action if even if you could call it an accent from this criminality. Our different joe biden is that he doesn't understand the constitution. Here's an interesting. The american america white actually qualifies off. It is the handlers of joe biden. Who don't understand the constitution the american way and they've got it all wrong in the american people will not back down. They're not going accept
Biden to Address Nation on Deadly Chaos in Afghanistan
"President Biden will break his silence today on Afghanistan facing criticism from lawmakers over his pullout plan in the ensuing chaos the president's address will be his first public statement on Afghanistan in a week since then the Taliban have stormed through the nation and into Kabul American University political analyst James Thurber says this won't be easy I think he has to talk about how he miscalculated and why he was wrong the White House argues the pullout decision was not wrong the president had bad choices and national security advisor Jake Sullivan says he picked up the only one that made sense sparing more U. S. lives in an endless war he tells NBC's today show the president stands by his call for rivers says the president must explain why to the nation and world it's going to hurt him badly Sager mag ani Washington
Malaysian Prime Minister Resigns Amid Anger Over Virus
"We turn to malaysia or the prime minister mcginn. Yes and and his cabinet have resigned. The opposition leaders were calling for the prime minister's to step down. After he delayed the opening of parliament for over two months. Legally we have the right to be brent. From entering ballymun miss yes in submitted his resignation to the king earlier today and the palace said in a statement that he will stay on in a caretaker role until a replacement is found but now that the country's leader has stepped down. This appears to have thrown the country into a fresh political crisis as malaysia deals with its worst cova. Nineteen outbreak and a decimated economy. Well for more. I'm joined on the line from kuala lumpur by political analyst. Bridget welsh bridge. Just give us a sense of the timing for this and why the prime minister is saying he's stepping down now well. The prime minister has You know acknowledged. He doesn't have a majority of the parliament support. His speech on his resignation to the public doesn't fully sort of a Address some of the reasons why I think the public pressure has been on him to resign. Which as you pointed out are in the economy in the in the record number of cases The initially slow vaccination rate which says since picked up where over a third of the population is now fully vaccinated but the fact is is that i think that there is a covert has had a very big impact and of course this is created a context for elites to be able to pull their support from him and i think that me and yes instill sort of suggested in his speech that that he was still had lots of support which i think is probably not the case from the perspective of what how he perceives it in the case of the parliament He clearly doesn't have the numbers. The question now is who will have the numbers to form of government
Chauvin Sentenced to More Than 22 Years for Floyd Murder
"A half years behind bars after being sentenced today for the murder of George Floyd, WGN political analyst Paul isn't it? The bottom line is he made just to 15 years for good time and all of that? That would be true for anybody but The sentence is 22 a half years you can call that light or not. But that should be the number of people focus on Liz Nick, adding, however, that this is just the beginning for show of in in terms of prison time, he is still in the middle of a federal civil rights case that could keep him behind bars for the rest of his life. Mayor Lori Lightfoot, reacting to that sentencing today, she
Biden, G-7 Leaders to Focus on China in Second Day of Summit
"The agenda again on the second day of the G seven summit in Britain, with leaders expected to sign a declaration of How better to respond to future health crises. Meanwhile, President Biden is to use the second day of the summit to call for a new Western alliance to counter China's growing influence. Let's go live to Carmel correspondent Rob Watson. Is there a word on the mood of all this? Rob much was made of the fact that they were all there in person. Able to meet face to face for the first time in such a long time. How would you assess the dynamics of what you've witnessed? So far? That's an easy one to answer, Julian, which is to say it's incredibly hard to assess it. Good morning to you in the morning to Kate and erratic and to everyone. Look, look, There's no doubt that they're trying to send a message. I mean, none of this stuff. You don't need to be the sharpest political analyst in the world to figure out this is incredibly well choreographed. It's to say you know that the Western alliances is back together. The group is back together of some have said, but You know exactly how the personal chemistry works out whether this summit will turn out to be significance or insignificance. My decades of experience of reporting on this stuff tends to suggest that you won't know until the dust settles, and that can take weeks. It can take days it could take months could take much longer. Let's break down. Then what they're saying about the coronavirus pandemic, not just dealing with it now, but dealing with the possibility of something else in the future. What are they looking to do here? We're going to sign a declaration. This has been called the Vaccine summit. So we've had the bit about the country's offering more vaccines to the to the less well off parts of the world. This is about signing a declaration on trying to manage better if there is another pandemic, but ideally to prevent another health crisis altogether. So that's about strengthening the World Health Organization. It's about trying to cut the length of time to develop Mac vaccines and treatments to 100 days and importantly, to improve surveillance networks around the world. In other words, if something develops somewhere that you figure it out much quicker than we figured it out in 2020 and 2019. And on
Liz Cheney Criticizes Trump's Election Lie
"Led effort to tighten some state voting laws is getting a new burst of support from former President Trump. Where CBS senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe, We will win the Senate, former President Trump and Wyoming congresswoman least, Cheney or Gods once again In a statement Monday, Mr Trump said the fraudulent presidential election of 2020 will be from this day forth known as the big Lie. Cheney fired back tweeting. The election was not stolen. Anyone who claims it was is spreading the big lie. Turning their back on the rule of law and poisoning our democratic system. Janey is facing primary challengers back home and could face another challenge to her position, is the third ranking House Republican with growing calls for her ouster from colleagues upset she keeps fighting publicly with the former president. Recent polls show most Republicans agree with Mr Trump. Seven in 10. Don't consider President Biden the legitimate winner of last year's election, and CBS News political analyst Leslie Sanchez says those air hard numbers for GOP leaders to ignore this is less an issue of being loyal to trump and more an issue of ensuring that the Republicans within their state feel that is a fair and legitimate election. Moving forward. Now. Texas Republican legislators air debating proposals to stop elections officials from sending unsolicited absentee ballot requests Ad stricter I d requirements for mail voting and make it easier for partisan poll watchers to observe his voters cast ballots. People
Census Bureau: 70% of Voters Cast Ballots Early or by Mail
"US census bureau survey of voters confirms what many political analysts expected regarding the November presidential election survey results show more than two thirds of U. S. citizens who are of voting age participated in the twenty twenty election and nearly seventy percent of the voters cast ballots by mail or early in person voting those are two forms of voting that Republicans in some states have restricted since losing the presidential race in twenty sixteen just forty percent of voters used mail or early voting to cast their ballots some experts think the twenty twenty election posted the highest turnout rate since nineteen hundred before women had the right to vote I'm Mike Hampton
President Biden Officially Recognizes "Armenian Genocide"
"Today marks 160 years since a million and a half Armenians were killed in Turkey. President Biden formally declared the killings genocide the first U. S president to do so. Political analyst Larry Sabato says it could hurt relations with a key ally has gone all the way here and no doubt Turkey will be very unhappy. It's hard for people to blaze since this was a century or Maura, go But it is quite sensitive for both Turks
No clear winner in Israeli election, signaling more deadlock
"Thinking, wait, I've heard this story before. It's because you have Here's how it goes. Israeli voters went to the polls yesterday for the fourth time in two years. They favored Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party, but didn't give Netanyahu's coalition enough votes to form a government so Israel remains in deadlock. Rinse and repeat. But here's where the story is different. This time, the emergence of a small Arab political party could tip the scales. Either way, I'm joined now by Mohamed to Russia. He's a political analyst in Israel and the director of the center for a shared society and give up Viva and NGO in Israel. Mohammed re surprised that the election results were so all over the place and that no side reached majority. What were you thinking? Of course. Why would it be any different? Well, I think it was a bit surprising. A. You know, every elections, you do have hopes that something will happen, and nothing actually happened. For the fourth time. We're still stuck in the stone Me in the political stalemate, which revolves around be enemy. Netanyahu. He doesn't have a majority hasn't had the majority in the last four elections, and it doesn't have a majority now, and it's hard when you elect a president. He's dependent on sometimes four seats in the parliament that can tell the balance and force new elections at any given time, not only once every four years. One detail that struck me
Biden Directs States To Make All Adults Eligible for Vaccine by May 1
"President Biden once all adult Americans to be eligible for Corona virus of vaccinations. By May 1st Let me be clear. That doesn't mean everyone's gonna have that shot immediately, but it means you'll be able to get in line beginning May one. Every adult eligible get their shot. And that was from his nationally broadcast address to the nation last night, ABC political analyst Steve Roberts says the president took on the role of Consoler in chief. It was a tone of gentle calmness. There were no pyrotechnics. There was no soaring rhetoric. There was But there was a sense of reassurance, a sense of shared sorrow and grief for the impact of the last year, a sense of what had been lost. ABC is Karen Travers. It joins us from Washington, D. C. Karen, the tone of that speech is getting a lot of attention this morning. Yeah, You know, the President's certainly was reflective looking back at this past year and just how tough it's been, and he was very candid in the reality of that talking about the shared sacrifice the collective suffering, he said, point blank. We all lost something, and that's so true. This has been hard on every American. Everybody's been impacted in some way. And I think, though, that the speech was beginning was reflective, very somber, the end kind of back to that reflective Tone but also optimistic, looking ahead. But in the middle, there was really a roadmap for how this country will get back to normal. It was like an operational update because there were key details and benchmarks that were new from the president. He says He is directing all 50 states to make all adults eligible for the covert vaccine. By May, 1st. Now he was very clear that this does not mean everybody's going to get their shot by May 1st, but it means that you can get in line you can get into the system you could register and hopefully have more clarity on the Timeline for when you will be able to get a shot, and this is a very big deal. And it's signals that the Biden administration is very confident that the supply of going to ramp up in a significant way over the next 4 to 6 weeks ahead of that may 1st benchmark. Remember, the president has said the end of May is when there will be enough supply for all U S adults. And that doesn't mean you're getting the shot by the end of May. But just that the U. S government will have on hand enough doses for all U. S adults. So that looking like the timeline of soon after that, Which is why the president said that other benchmark July 4th Americans may be free to celebrate together and small groups, he said, will be marking our independence as a nation but also our independence from the virus. The
McConnell says Trump was "practically and morally responsible" for Washington, DC riot after voting not guilty
"Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell delivered a scalding denunciation of former President Trump calling him morally responsible for the attack on the U. S Capitol. But before that, of course, he voted not guilty in the president's impeachment trial. Joining us for more is Ken Walsh, White House and political analyst for U. S News and World Report. Can it looks like that High wire act continues for many Republicans and their relationship with the former president. Well, it does. And you know, this basically is a rebuke to President Trump because It was 57 to 43 vote to find him guilty of inciting the insurrection, But it failed to reach the 67 votes two thirds needed to convict. So it was a majority vote, including seven Republicans. Of course, what it is basically, it's it's sort of an outcome without a conclusion and It's um there's still a special congressional commission that's going to proceed to look at the events of January 6th when the capital was invaded. At the state level their investigations of President Trump's conduct and trying to overturn the election in Georgia and in New York. So This really has not resolved very much, And there's a lot of sense of disappointment really around Washington as to how this has all come out. Wasn't worth doing. And, of course, this such a ferocious partisanship in the air that, um, the House managers and the Democrats who pushed this field was worth doing because President Trump needed to be rebuked. But of course, he was not convicted. And so a ZAY say there's just the sense that this is, um This does not really resolve anything and that we're just as polarized as we had been with President Trump with the center of that of former President Trump in the center of that. And, um, we're gonna be talking about this, Uh, for well into the future. Did you find it interesting, though, that McConnell pointed specifically to criminal courts is a possible future forum for this kind of thing for the president. The former president? Yes. Yes, he did, And he sure almost invited that to happen. On But, you know, they're just step back and look a historically, um, in our first um, really two centuries we have one impeachment of Andrew Johnson 18 68. Ah, then, 130 years later, we had, um The beginning of appeared where we had three Bill Clinton. In 1998 and then Donald Trump twice in 2019 2021. So what's happened is that I think, partly because the presidency has gotten so powerful, and there's an effort in Congress to rein it in. And partly because we have become so partisan on polarized as a country, impeachment has become not the rare process that the founders envisioned, but something that's used as a As a weapon by both parties really against the sitting president. So we've had three impeachments now since 1998. And that's a really a remarkable historical development that impeachment has become. More of a regular eyes thing in our country. And as I say, three of them since
Georgia District Attorney Is Investigating Trump's Call To Overturn Election
"That may not be going away after this trial, the former president's calls to Georgia officials challenging the election results here. Or its firing power. George, You got a lot of air time and mentioned in this entire impeachment proceeding because of the Seine. Ralph W. Must be political analyst Bill Crane, the Fulton County district attorney, is expanding her probe of election irregularities here. Funny. Willis is investigating South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham over a call he made to George's secretary of state is part of the Dia's investigation of possible election wrongdoing last November and this past January, Secretary Secretary of of of State State State Brower Brower Brower Rapids, Rapids, Rapids, Burger Burger Burger said said said at at at the the the time, time, time, Senator Senator Senator Graham Graham Graham asked asked asked if if if he he he had had had the the the power power power to to to throw throw throw out out out Malian Malian Malian ballots ballots ballots in in in some some some counties. counties. counties. Charlie O'Brien, 95.5 WSB
What to expect from Trump's second impeachment trial
"Us senate rejected president trump's constitutional objection to his impeachment trial. So opening arguments begin tomorrow. Abc's elizabeth is going to be following. How's it going to go so while they're gonna start around noon tomorrow and each side will have about sixteen hours to make their opening arguments. It'll be starting with the democratic house. Impeachment managers likely will be taking place over the course of two days. And as we've been talking about. We expect them to rely heavily on video in these opening arguments. They have teased that they could have some new evidence. Some new video evidence that would be released in the next few days and then we'll hear from former president trump's legal team after that the question still is if any witnesses would be called but it is unlikely at this point given how quickly each side wants to move forward with this trial for it to go quickly. We heard from public and senator roy blunt from missouri. Today that this could be done as soon as sunday well soon as valentine's day. Abc's elizabeth shows e will be listening to see if there are any surprises from the house. Impeachment managers recline. How's it going to go. I think the key from here is is how you get the country to engage in this. There is so much emotion wrapped in day. One the jury in this is the american public. It's not about convincing republican senators. Although there may be a few that support this it's about engaging educating and illuminating this moment and establishing an important guideline precedent moving forward. And i also i'm just curious to see how president trump reacts. He obviously doesn't have his favourite means of communication and twitter but based on our reporting that he was unhappy with his legal team. I feel like we're primed for some kind of a trump corruption in some warmer fashion recline. Our political director. Steve roberts our political analyst challenges ahead for for either side. Well yes and one of the challenges ahead is for the democrats and the biden agenda. I mean a president biden clearly wants to keep no fingerprints whatsoever on this trial He's his spokesman declined repeatedly to make any comments about it And there's a reason for that It's not just a distraction from his agenda and his Drive to pass covid relief Measures but also it can have a negative effect on his hopes of bipartisanship. Starting out here with a highly divisive issue and the democrats With all the talk from biden about unity and bipartisanship. There's a real risk here that they get off the on the wrong foot with republicans. So i'm going to be watching that to republicans hold it against the democrats and do does that make it more difficult for biden to pursue his agenda particularly if he wants any kind of republican cooperation
Georgia's Secretary Of State Office Launches Probe Into Trump Phone Call
"Hour News Center here in Atlanta. The Senate gavels in this afternoon for the start of the former president. Trump impeachment trial. Georgia will come up more than a few times, says WSB political analyst Bill Crane. We will be obviously more than mentioned. But I don't know that Georgia plays a prominent role in the actual assault. Know if witnesses are allowed at the trial. Georgia secretary State may testify about his January 2nd phone call with the former president. WSB is Edgar Trey gets reporting this morning that that call is now under investigation. In a statement, the Georgia's secretary of state's office tells us this investigation is a fact finding an administrative in nature. It was the phone call where Mr Trump asked Brad reference Burger to find votes pushing a bevy of unproven fraud claims. Now you can listen to coverage of the impeachment trial this afternoon at one o'clock on a m 7 50 wsb radio dot com and the
Richard Shelby, longest-serving Alabama senator, won't seek re-election
"All trump got some possibly bad news today from eighty six year old republican senator richard shelby of alabama who announced that he will not run for reelection in two thousand twenty two. Which means that senator shelby who was first elected to the senate as a democrat before switching parties will not be facing any republican reelection pressure when he decides how to vote in the senate trial of donald trump. Here republican senator. Bill cassidy of louisiana with chuck. Todd yesterday you think me outcome is predetermined interpret. Yeah oh everybody no i. Don't i think it depends upon that. Which is presented journey are now mccaskill mccaskill former democratic senator from zuri john howman the host and executive producer of showtime's circus and host of the hell and high water podcast from the recount. Both are msnbc political analysts. Claire mccaskill Did you react the way. I did what i saw. Senator shelby announced today that He's not gonna have any reelection pressure on him when he's thinking about how to vote in this impeachment trial it. Yeah i i it was. We've got two categories of possible here by my count. We've got thirteen maybes. Which is a problem since we need seventeen and of those thirteen. There's two categories motors three categories one from purple. Stay to encourage and three. I'm getting outta here anyway. And i can afford to do the right thing and i would definitely put shelby in that last category. Watch him follow. Whatever mitch mcconnell. Us
California Rep. Jimmy Gomez to Introduce Resolution to Expel Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene From Congress
"Reports, revealing her repeated endorsements of sedition, domestic terrorism and political violence. California Congressman Jimmy Gomez announced that he will introduce a resolution to expel Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene from the U. S. House of Representatives. The freshman Georgia congressman has been called out for Facebook posts in which she like to comment about Nancy Pelosi being shot in the head. WSB political analyst Bill Crane says Congress can make sure to censure her. They can restrict her membership Dawn committees they can restrict. Leadership role. She's in the minority party, so that's not likely to happen anytime soon. I don't know they can doctor pay, but they could cut back funding to our budget or use of Frank there any number of things that Congress could do. To its own numbers short of expelling them and agree. In a statement, Green said she had teams of people managing her recent Facebook pages and some post do not represent her views. A second
Mexican president tests positive for COVID-19, symptoms mild
"Of consistently downplaying the pandemic. Mexico's president contracted the virus, making him the latest world leader to fall ill from covert 19. His government says he has mild symptoms and is running the country's affairs from the National Palace. As NPR's Carrie Kahn reports, the Mexican leader is sick at a time when the country is witnessing a record number of coronavirus deaths. For many, it was just a matter of time before president and dress Manuel Lopez Obrador would contract the virus. He's rarely seen in public, using a mask and throughout the pandemic has kept up a grueling schedule, touring the country, flying commercial airlines and interacting with many people like he did just this past weekend. The military band played the national anthem, Lopez Obrador inaugurated new basis for his National Guard troops. He told a small crowd that the pandemic yes has been rough on Mexico. But it needs to be put into perspective. Lack is masking a panda Mia. There's been a basically, corruption has done more damage to Mexico. It's worse than a pandemic. It's a plague, he said. On Saturday, Lopez Obrador's underplayed the spread of covert in the country even as the death toll is approaching 150,000, the fourth highest in the world. More than 1.7 million people have tested positive for the virus. But officials admit that is an undercount since only the sickest are tested, and his ambitious vaccination plan is stalled recently after Fizer temporarily halted shipments of its vaccine to the country, do the logistics problems. Critics of the president's handling of the pandemic say they're not surprised. He himself has now fallen ill. Let's face it, The odds were increasingly against him Kindness. Bravo is a political analyst and teaches at sea. They in Mexico City University does not even try to be a social model. In terms of basically taking precautions. Early on in the pandemic, Lopez Obrador famously held up religious ambulance declaring that they along with his good morals. Would protect him from the virus and the cool protector. It is. Alone 80 that the best shield against the virus is to be honest, not to steal and not to betray. His comments, made back in March, are now being rebroadcast continually on TV and social media. For now, Officials say. President Lopez Obrador is isolating in his quarters at the national Palace and has only mild symptoms at 67, though he suffers from hypertension, and he had a heart attack in 2013. His Interior minister, Olga Sanchez, oversized morning press conference today, but kept it far under the two hours the president usually takes sink winter studly, pronto pronto Sirica Pereira, especially the president is stable and will recuperate very soon. I'm sure of it, she said. Soon after the morning conference, the president's office sent out pictures of Lopez over door in a suit behind his desk, taking a call with Vladimir Putin. Russia will reportedly send 24 million doses of its but make the vaccine over the next two months to Mexico.
Biden signs executive orders addressing the economy
"Biden has turned to executive orders in his first days of office says he looks to address the economic crisis brought on by the pandemic. He's also pursuing a massive coronavirus aid bill Can Walsh White House and political analyst for U. S. News and World Report joined w. T. O. P S John Aaron to break down Biden's first few days in office and some of the past presidents he resembles well particular FDR going back a long way to 1933 when he first became president. He had a huge depression to deal with the worst economic calamity we've ever had, and his philosophy was similar to what Biden seems to be doing action action action. The country wanted the president to do something to act boldly. And you seeing that with President Biden again today with executive orders. They're going to continue indefinitely pushing this $1.9 trillion stimulus bill moving to try many different things to get the economy corrected, but mostly to get the coronavirus under control and to get the vaccines out. That's his first priority right now. And probably should be given how difficult that issue is for people to deal with very quickly on Lyndon Johnson. Of course, he took over after President Kennedy was assassinated. He also wanted to show action himself, particularly in areas of diversity and racial justice with writing is also doing so. I would say those two presidents come to mind and you see a lot of echoes in what Biden is doing when you compare them to Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson. The president, of course pitches himself is a compromise or experienced in the Senate. But we're hearing that some Republicans say there's no way they're gonna go for some of the elements and at one point trillion $1.9 trillion.8 bills. So where does this go? I think the thing we have to remember here, of course, is that this is vital opening bid in his attempt to get a lot of this legislation through. He's been around a long time. 36 years in the Senate years as vice president, he is known as a guy who knows how the Congress works. And so I think we have to realize that this is his the start of the neck. Negotiations started the deal making there are not good signs from the Republicans that they'll go along with him. There's a lot of pushback of the same time he's getting the sense from the left on his in his party to push further in government activism, and so on, So it is a difficult line. He's walking here, but I think That there's the potential particularly initially here that he will come to some kind of a compromise. It'll be difficult, but what he's got out there now is sort of the whistle ist. I think when he gets to the real bargaining, I think he's gonna have to borrow back off from a lot of that. But I think it's possible
"political analyst" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"That's his takers fall short of reaching the goal of a complete tally of the US population. The Census Bureau says it reached more than 99.9% of the nation's households before a Supreme Court ruling last week abruptly ended the counting. But in a nation of 330 million people that remaining 3300.1% represents thousands of uncounted residents. And that can make a big difference in the resource is communities receive and the power they wield, however, in areas that were not counted, Census officials say they will use a statistical technique called imputation, which uses the characteristics and sides of neighboring households to fill in the gaps of homes with missing data. I'm Mike Hampton are the polls showing Joe Biden with big leads over President Trump Riel? Republican pollster Frank Lunch, says his profession is done. The President Trump wants the reelection November, 3rd improves the national polls wrong yet again. This is townhall dot com. Speaking with Salem radio, former Congressman and political analyst J. D. Hayworth says that Thursday's presidential debate revealed the weakness of Joe Biden's age. I just came away thinking this poor guy does not have the stamina. To be on the world stage, much less this debate stage By the end of the debate you could tell That he was extremely tired and that his skills have deteriorated. Hayworth is happy with the president's performance during the debate, President Trump I think he had a markedly better performance in this debate than he did in the first debate, in part because The ground rules were said, and the longer Joe Tall, the bow, the more Joe got himself into trouble. Kristen Welker had the great good sense on many occasions to allow the two candidates to debate more than 63 million people tune in to Thursday's debate More.
"political analyst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"For the White House, now drastically change due to the president's hospitalization for covert 19. He is off the campaign trail for now, while he gets treatment for the deadly virus and Democratic nominee Joe Biden getting frequent tests while continuing His efforts ahead of the election. Let's take a deeper dive now on how this could impact voters and their choice on Election Day with ABC News political analyst Steve Roberts. Good morning, Steve. Morning, April, you know, Look, I have to be cautious and predicting how this affects the race because it's such an unusual, really unprecedented situation. But certainly in the short run. This cannot be good for the president. First of all. He loves these campaign rallies. He draws enormous energy from them. But it's not just that the's rallies provides fodder for the social media accounts or TV ads. All those cheering crowds. And none of that is there Plus the fact that we know from all of our polling April that the single most damaging issue for the president. This is handling all of this handling of the view of many voters. Of the Corona virus, and he's been trying to change the subject repeatedly to subject the law. In order to change the subject. The economy, kings and subject immigration changed the subject to his nominee for the Supreme Court. And this, of course, returns the focus of the spotlight glaring more glaring than ever on the impact of this virus on the country, so it can't be good for the president. He can. You know if he comes out of this relatively quickly and says, See, I'm strong. I've beaten this I This is a test of my courage and my determination. It could also be a plus for him. But right now it's not. What about the lack of transparency to leading up to you know this this realization or this unveiling of this diagnosis to the public that there were maybe a couple of days in there where he possibly knew he had it and didn't disclose that and and could have infected other people. Does that make people a little bit more wary about it, too? On the margins Short. I mean, we have a new poll out this morning, April where he asked people do you think the president took the illness? Seriously? The whole general problem of the virus seriously enough whether he took appropriate precautions. Three almost three out of four. Answer those questions? No on, so this just solidifies a sense that this president did not take the virus seriously, of course. As a man who said many times it was going to magically disappear on its own. And it just adds. It's one more piece of evidence that adds to marginal swing voters in a place like Colorado that says, Can I trust this guy? You know, at the core of the Trump campaign that came out of the convention was really one line April. You can't be safe in Joe Biden's America and what Trump was saying was the street violence, the agitators, the looters, they were going to threaten the peace of the country will, in effect, the Biden campaign slogan that was, You Can't be safe in Donald Trump's America and what they're really saying, particularly to parents of kids. Women voters is Can you trust this guy? Can you custom to be straight? Can you trust him? To be sure Footed. Can you trust him to make the right judgment there's and keep you and your family safe, and that's why that issue that you bring up quite failing of transparency just adds to that sense of I really trust this guy. And when you lose the trust of voters, you're in big trouble is what he said in one of the videos he released over the weekend. Very interesting journey. I learned a lot about Cove it I learned it by really going to school. This is the real school. This isn't let's read the book school and I get it and I understand it. Could there be more of an empathy vote to with people going? Okay, Now he's gone through it. He gets it. He realizes his, Yeah. And does that maybe win him some additional votes from undecideds on election day, You know, perhaps, you know, but, you know, you know people are have been telling him for 68 months to deal with reality on DH. He's refused to do it, you know, and and and the thing about this issue of the virus is, you know, this president has successfully talked his way past so many problems and bluster his way past so many issues and crafted alternative facts in that famous phrase. And created a whole alternative reality. In some ways, you know, Washington posed is documented over 10,000 falls in misleading statements during his time in office, and the thing about the virus was he couldn't talk his way past it Reality. Fights and reality hit him really hard, and it's interesting in that tape that you played that he seems to be understanding on some level that he couldn't talk his way past this one. Now whether he's a changed man, whether he is going to take a different tone in the last 30 days in the election, we'll say Ah, But, you know, I have my doubts that a 74 year old man who behaved the same way most of his life is going to change in the last 30 days. Steve. Gotta wrap it up, eh? Yes or no? Are we going to see any more in person Presidential debates this cycle? I think, yes, but because I think the president is so determined to show strength and on get out of the hospital. So yes, A bee sees political analyst Steve Roberts. Thanks, Steve. Any time. April newscast right around the corner. First, Jonathan Steele checking your early morning dark commute.
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"It's like all they do is regulate. Regulate new regulations. New code every 10 minutes, So we're sort of get a fundamental Crossroads here, which is people like us and Dennis Prager and all the folks we enjoyed listening to literally just want to be left alone. Yeah, I wonder why more people are not responding to this in the polls. So, Adam, I know you're not a political analyst in the you know, you follow politics like anybody else, and nobody really has a great feel for this election. But one of the things that seems to be happening in the Trump Biden race is that well, People are reacting to the left. I think pretty badly it doesn't seem like that's necessarily channeling into support for Trump. I've been watching some of the poll numbers on BLM, for example, and the Black lives matter movement, which is now responsible for it, as we can tell. Over a billion dollars in insurance damages and has been involved with significant numbers of deaths, really a lot of attacks on police officers like in the thousands of attacks on police officers. The bill and movement went from about 65 70% popularity with the American people to well below 50%. That's not resulted in a serious increase in Trump's numbers. It's hard to tell whether that is a polling. Failure or whether it's just that Trump is not a good vehicle for the backlash, but it feels like the backlash is gonna have to come at some point. Yeah, I mean that a serving point. It's kind of interesting because this whole thing began. It's a referendum on Trump, as you and many others have said. Your vote for Biden using a vote for by biting an inanimate object like biting like a pool raft, biting nothing. You're voting against Trump. And at what point are you voting against Biden and black lives matter, Naoki and burning like that's the real question. And you know you always share your program. You know, Trump's not doing themselves and himself any favors by sending out these tweeds are endorsing this group taking compliments from that guy like he should just lay low and shut up. Biting, Maybe doing a leftist immersion of the same thing by not speaking out against the violence in the riding early enough, or at least appropriately enough, by sort of leading. This group hijacked his side of the aisle. Maybe it turns into a referendum. Against binding AOC black lives matter, Bernie in that group. My Adam Corolla. I will see you tonight and we'll find out. I guess what we're doing once you get there, so I'm excited for that. Adam, the host of the atom car, Alicia, check out his movie. My son is excited to see you, by the way that we look for He's full hour to be TV, so he's pumped to see Teo. Awesome. I'll bring my Nixon poster form no safe spaces. That's the name of movie and we'll see you tonight at cancel conned. So you couldn't hear about via Facebook. But you're hearing about it right now and go over to the daily wire. YouTube or Facebook pages were alive. Broadcasting that tonight again canceled tonight. Adam. Great to talk to you. See you tonight a little more on that in a moment, But first, with all the insanity going.
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"Forecast. The heat is on this week. It's going to be in the eighties all week long, even nineties by Wednesday and Thursday in some parts of the Puget Sound, so this is kind of a delayed summer. I know we're getting back into school, but we're going to have some hot temperatures this week. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on ly 24 hour news station. Coma news 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon. I'm Kelly Blair. And here are some of the stories we're following President Trump says he's thrilled where the country is with its economic recovery from the Corona virus. He spoke to reporters outside the White House and touted the August job support along with those added over the summer months. President Trump's latest attempt to frame the race against former Vice President Joe Biden around law and order doesn't seem to be working. According to the latest ABC Ipsos poll. 55% of Americans say they think the president's rhetoric on protests and unrests in parts of the country is actually Making matters worse, Joining me with more on this ABC News political analyst The Roberts Steve less than two months of the election, the president Can't seem to get out of his own way in some cases. Look in some ways the most important word in American politics this morning on Labor Day as as it emerges from the two conventions. Thomas the words safety Both parties were saying We were at a party that will make you safer and the other guy is the one who will not make you safer and that's the core of the debate. And as you point out Not only in our poll 55% say Trump's rhetoric is making matters worse and by the way that includes 26% of Republicans who feel that way, But there's another question. Don't you prefer Biden Trump to keep you safe? I think in some ways this morning is the most important question American politics right now. 55% say Biden 42% say trump. So that tells me that while law and order is still a very powerful issue, it's been a very effective issue for Republicans. For half a century, going back to the Nixon campaign of 1968. But right now it's working with Trump's base 42% just about his base number, but it's not working with People beyond his core group of supporters, and that's Clearly a problem for Steve. The article in the Atlantic last week that came out, of course, has has been going gangbusters all weekend long your your thoughts on that and what that might do, and may that He rode his base a bit be given that so many people are patriotic, conservative Americans who value the military Well. You know, I don't think that that article is going to shake. As I say this basis support which is somewhere around 38 42%. But it doesn't take a mathematical genius to figure out 42% is not enough to win the election. Trump got 46% of the vote in the last election, and he indeed to expand beyond his core basis support and that's where this could be damaging. Because it fits into a larger narrative. Tom. This narrative that Trump is not reliable. Trump is not trustworthy. Trump doesn't have the temperament. To be president of this. I've always believed this is biggest weakness. You go back to night. 16 2060% of Americans said he didn't have the temperament to be president, but one out of five of those voters vote for anyway. And that's why he wants a lot of them didn't like Hillary Clinton. Maybe they were traditional Republicans, but, um This story plays into an existing storylines that Trump is temperamentally unsuited to be president, and that's why it's potentially damaging. And that's why you could hurt him with those marginal voters might have voted for him last time. Don't like his tweets don't like his erratic nature feel uneasy, feeling comfortable? Don't think he's a very good role model for their Children. And this is why this could be damaging. If this was a story that people read. That does not sound like Donald Trump. It wouldn't hurt. A whole lot of people read that story in. It does sound like so many other things we've heard from Donald Trump weather is on the record attacks on John McCain being a very good example of people. A lot of people read that story and say. That sounds right And that's the problem for alright. Great inside is always Steve. Thanks for being with US ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts. Come on news time is 12 50. Let's get a check on our propel insurance Money Update from ABC News Wall Street. Now the stock market is taking a break for liberty, but investors already are looking to Tuesday..
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"Completely burst that bubble ABC news political analyst Matthew Dowd Richard cancer ABC news yeah the and but coast to coast AM with George now now here's George Bob Marley bring this back into the program as we should switch gears to a different topic I think a probably a lot of the folks in.
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"ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts the president's state of the union address is scheduled for less than twenty minutes from now okay trump and her husband Jared Kushner just filed into the first lady's boxes everyone gets set up for this speech moments away stay with us on Erin conter ski you're listening to live coverage from ABC news the I heart radio at this is effortless man I don't have to pay for it I love that part I can listen to stations from all over the country I'm actually from Cincinnati and I moved to Dallas I love catching up with sports I like it is really nice but this is super easy as and it doesn't make me fall down this app is always on the front page actually pretty nice to look at to make things so much easier for me there's people out there that don't have this the I heart radio at radio music podcasts all free free never sounded better download the I heart radio at today hi it's not watered and you've heard me talk for sometime now bought all work financial and here is a good reason why some of you might know that fifty percent of people are forced into early retirement you get sick of your job your job get sick if you were you experience health challenges but either way half of those are gonna be retiring sooner than we expected so whether you plan to retire soon or not it's important that you planned for work to be an option and not an obligation starting this week all with financial is offering free educational retirement planning workshops in Denver at the tax center there in boulder.
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"Political analyst Steve Roberts our White House correspondent Karen Travers there at her post ahead of the president's departure for the short drive to the capital where the house chamber is now filling up in advance of the state of the union the president wants to assert this great American come back up and and he saw American carnage at his inauguration not everybody shared that view at the outset but the that the president believes that he is certainly brought the country back from where it he perceived it to be yes yeah I mean I think the president is going to try and do a positive optimistic message according to the White House but that's not been his operating mode over the last three years in fact the president I I think he tends to work better when he's on the defensive you know when he feels like he's in this fight the White House says all the time he's somebody who when he gets punched punches back twice as hard people are used to seeing him in positive optimistic mode and that might be a bit jarring for the audience tonight but the White House does want to go through the list of accomplishments and this is an important speech for the president because this is really the best chance he has to do that contrasts right now of course is trying to steal the spotlight away from the democratic primary but he is the most people paying attention tonight whether or not people have just been drowning in political news over the past couple weeks we'll see but this is a chance for the president to have his say when so many people have been speaking for him his lawyers and so many speaking about him the senators the members of Congress and of course the democratic contenders ABC news White House correspondent Karen Travers the president will shortly depart the White House for the short drive to the capitol to deliver his state of the union address and we will ahead here who the Democrats have chosen for the Republican wrists are for the democratic response the governor of Michigan Gretchen Witmer will talk about her a little bit why that choice maybe one that Democrats are looking forward to as their presidential candidates are coming off us some rather goofy Iowa caucuses with the results.
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"Political analyst Scott Lindsey who previously served as a senior counsel to the Democrats in the house oversight committee he spoke with como's Eric Johnson how did they do these were these were these witnesses credible did they get across what they wanted to get across the witnesses came across I think to the public as deeply credible individuals they didn't have a clearly partisan agenda the presented that they'd worked for both Republican and democratic administrations both of these witnesses had in fact been hand selected by the trump administration for their roles so it's hard to impeach if you will the testimony of these two witnesses even though Taylor and can't have both spoken behind closed doors we found out something that we didn't know a bomb shell of sorts right investor Taylor revealed new information that we had never heard before he said that on July twenty sixth the day after president trump had spoken to president salen ski if Ukraine that ambassador song one a Seattle native is critical to this investigation at actually met with the national security adviser of Ukraine in Ukraine in Kiev after that meeting he went to a restaurant with a foreign service officer according to ambassador Taylor and spoke on the phone with president trump according to that foreign service officer again this is only relayed through ambassador Taylor we haven't heard from that individual yeah but according to the foreign service officer president trump asked directly about the investigations and afterward ambassador song and said that president trump's top priority for Ukraine was not Ukraine policy generally he was investigating providers that is very provocative testimony that we've heard but it still needs to pan out we have a lot more evidence that we need to see before we can give that testimony for weight incredible how damning is that how damaging to the president well when we go back to the three elements did the president with hold an official act in exchange for personal benefit Emma craft still need to tie this directly to the president himself ambassador Taylor George can never spoke to the president so a conversation between him master saw online can the president in real time right after this call about investigations would be critical information today as an opening day though was a very strong opening for the Democrats very strong and continuing to make their case that there was this hi of the aid to the investigations of the bidens homeowners political analyst Scotland see former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick is entering the twenty twenty presidential race Patrick announced his bid for the democratic nomination this morning in a video on Twitter the Democrats said he's running for the people who feel left out and left back former president Jimmy Carter is described as up and walking just days after undergoing brain surgery Carter's pastor telling the Atlanta journal constitution that the former president is in good spirits the surgery was to relieve pressure on the ninety five year old former presidents brain after he suffered injuries during two falls last month come on it's time eight.
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"That our political analyst about the political implications of that but there were all kinds of aspects recover and much more to cover throughout the day is certainly you'll hear more on the afternoon news with today on the island and and Mike Haggerty we also talk to sherry Preston about the ban on Peiping California health officials have said stop doing it right now please a Missouri and other states have outlawed it one stayed just for four months while they could take a closer look at it in the meantime we've had to the CEO of Joel stepped down and there's been some stalls in talks between a merger a tobacco mergers lots happening on the vaping front and a lot happening on the California homeless crisis we spent some time talking about an issue and San Francisco from an apartment building so many people there's shooting up drugs getting high and then camping out that the residents are brought in huge boulders and then you go fast forward to land park in Sacramento it's such an issue that Christina did a huge segment on people there who are considering moving out of land part because they're having a real tough time with the homeless issues right and that's posted by the way cave became dot com including pictures from the land park area that just came out. are we also talked about ex patriots people who are retiring overseas growing trend a large number of people affected forty percent increase over the last ten years getting their social security checks in other countries and we listed a number of countries by the way where sob a pretty good bargains absolutely Portugal being one of them parts of South America as well a coming up tomorrow we're gonna talk about a little bit about sex torsion this is of threatening emails that you may get on that come through the mail maybe you know that they're fake but maybe your kids don't so we'll talk to an expert about that okay and you can imagine we're gonna have more on the fallout of what we were talking a lot about today the transcript that was released by the White House in the furthering of the impeachment investigation rights right will do want to thank you very much for being along with us being with us this morning on the cave became morning news we hope you come back tomorrow I'm Sam Shane Rush Limbaugh coming up next Sacramento's number one for breaking news traffic and weather news ninety three point one F. B. K.. Hey it's me Harley owner window nation you know it's important.
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"Funded identified as a political analyst so I looked her up on the the internet and and she is a Democrat hard core Democrat activist but they don't even identify that way just political analyst and and I just got she's bristled she just hates trump she's shaking with anger over this because you know this and we haven't really build the Hyde amendment yet two things that really get her goat Maria Cardona and listen here we go again they're good Christians and you're not you have questions who are supporting this president who supposedly have to follow Jesus teachings what is just say how you treat the least among us is how you are going to be judged my goodness this is how we are going to be just collectively collectively she said not just by but by the country and by the world she she left out by god should should well how would be judged by got generally the cashier really believe in the god thing is just fake they're just using the Jesus thing as a weapon of choice for today and today only to attack the people that they hate so much their next door neighbors and their family members and and really your whipping out Jesus on all of this and and and honestly I I just I don't get to me either as say a massive cavernous intellectual and moral disconnect between saying I love Planned Parenthood and we need to repeal the Hyde amendment so we can force nuns to pay for abortions with their tax dollars and gosh I really care about this child at the border how do you square that I if you're a liberal you consider yourself to be an intellectual all liberals think they're intellectuals they're not and how do you square that intellectually psychologically honestly I I you know but ethically morally how do you square that yet yeah it's impossible to square impossible here's Maria Cardona she is very very upset and here's why did they leave now the woman in this case who she lives and she talk to the media she said they left al Salvador because they're poor they're because they're poor but liberals on the news media they just start adding things because of gang violence because of climate change because of they just melt the Democrat party shopping list of made up things Maria Cardona on CNN this morning I was filing system was built exactly for the kind of people that are fleeing their home country because if they don't then their child and their son will be murdered their daughter will be raped unambiguously true I thank all sons in El Salvador are murdered all daughters in El Salvador are raped I think that's a well established fact it is the fear and horror factory of the Democrat media laughed Cardona and this is what we are doing to these people listen to them this is how we are treating the children who actually do make it here the horrors of what what we have heard we're trying to come to the detention centers Alison hundred thousand you have concentrate stages and prisoners listen that have tweeted out that when they have been held by the Taliban or Iranians or Somali pirates they have been treated better than our government is treating these babies toddlers and children that is a day.
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"University political analyst mark Jones says the former el Paso congressman needs to do something tonight or hill fade into obscurity as for fellow Texan who early on Castro expect him to once again started on issues of immigration that that's a really strong issue for him or working Castro will not be sharing the stage at the same time or work goes on tonight the former San Antonio mayor will be on the panel Wednesday manufacturing activity which is generally considered a good indicator of the strength of the economy is not signaling a recession on the way at least not in Texas the production index has risen in a survey of Texas factory managers and the growth rate of order surge in July the Dallas fed's as all indications are that Texas manufacturing is thriving I'm charity McCurdy get W. away I local news anytime W. away I dot com on Facebook Twitter and on the I heart radio here's a tender little tale fresh from the trail about a cowboy fell in love with a cow girl named Dale it was love at first sight that's what they said this week something sure went to their heads they walked and talked and shot the breeze held hands and kissed under the trees then the cow girl whispered let's get some food so they rode on to a place that looked good found a Roy Rogers restaurant just around the band cowboys said wasn't Royce some kind of legend Chalgrove said works for me how about you cow boy smiled I like it too folks of Roy said they're happy dues y'all sit right down here Buckaroos before too long they were feeling at home cowboys said a lot better than where the buffalo roam three piece combo is a tasty surprised new chicken tenders soft drinks and fries each big tender was specially chosen the chicken was hand breaded fresh never frozen when they had their fill they said their goodbyes cowboys said we'll be back there's lots more to try folks at Royce said see you soon you too meanwhile happy trails to you door dash is now available at dissipating restaurants bathroom falls very serious issue for the sixty five and older crowd one in three seniors is gonna fall this year eighty percent of those are going to happen in the bathroom I'm Charlie Parker and I know a lot of you very concerned about staying in your home as long as possible.
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"News political analyst Steve Roberts as we await special counsel Robert Muller is appearance before the house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff is standing by at the dais with the gavel in hand ready to call this hearing to order once again before a packed committee rule in the same room in which Miller just appeared just with a new set of members seated before him on the house intelligence committee ABC's Karen Travers our White House correspondent is watching from her perch anything from the president yet about the morning session not the president yet Erin but the White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham weighing in by saying that the last three hours have been quote an epic embarrassment for the Democrats Grisham says expect more of the same in the second half that's not a very surprising response there from the White House but it's also not a very specific response in terms of what exactly she's taking issue with the president's lawyer J. secular was out first within seconds of that hearing ending he says of the first hearing with Robert Muller that when it comes to the Russia probe secular says the American people understand that this issue is over they also understand that this case is closed notably sect slammed Mahler's team of investigators he writes in the statement that the probe was conducted by a small group of politically biased prosecutors notable because we saw several occasions where Miller was defending his team saying tried to hire the best people didn't ask about political affiliation ABC's Karen.
"political analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Six we've been listening to Robert Muller testified before the house Judiciary Committee this morning and WBZ political analyst Jon Keller is with us now good afternoon John hi art the first your general impressions of the hearing so far well if you'll allow me this one moment of intelligence these congressional hearings are excruciating too often they don't have smart questions they don't stick to the questions they posturing pander to a great extent this was no exception but I think you know the take aways from this first round today we're about to start a second round by another committee is first of all Robert Muller meant it when he said he wasn't going to go beyond the report I mean dozens upon dozens of times he said I can't comment on that or you just referred lawmakers to the report so it gives Democrats or anyone else we're looking for you know a dynamic entry trump statement by a molar they certainly didn't get it so far today however what the Democrats did get was Mullard knowledge sharing that basically the only reason he didn't charge the president with obstruction of justice was because justice department regulations prohibit it that was significant he was asked whether there was any evidence of presidential involvement he said there was insufficient evidence not no evidence any also said that the president could be charged with obstruction after leaving office those are all points of the Democrats will rally around meanwhile aren't the Republicans got what they wanted which was ample opportunity to spin out their story about how this was all parties and was essentially a coup attempt by a bunch of angry Democrats so partisans on both sides will walk away from this feeling validated for the rest of us are I think they probably people probably skipped it is there any chance based on what you've heard so far that it will move the public toward supporting impeachment well you know that's a great question and it depends how many people there are out there who come to this with an open mind at this point well let's put it this way if you were a voter who saw Attorney General Barr and then the president repeatedly sees on the mall report as totally clearing him totally exonerated on all counts and you pay attention to what was said at this hearing you realize that that's bogus that was spin that they put out and that would certainly play into voter feelings about the president's credibility however you know that is part of a much bigger cake that I think it's already pretty well bake I look at the polls on a regular basis and I don't see a whole lot of free floating voters who are undecided about what they think about the president's character and his integrity so long term political impact of you know we'll find out in November of twenty twenty impeachment the public says they don't want to most Democrats say they don't want it I wouldn't hold your breath you are a political analyst Jon Keller WBZ's political analyst Jon Keller thank you very much thank.
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"Plied a former White House personnel. Security director did not show up to testify before the house oversight committee today. He was subpoenaed to talk about the granting of security clearances to those in the White House with what are considered disqualifying backgrounds? Representative Elijah Cummings who claim who chairs the committee said they will vote to have Klein Hilton contempt political analyst Larry Sabado tells us why the Trump administration may not want client to testify if there is something that is until ward in the security clearance process, and we have indications that in fact, that's the case then they would expect to get that information from the witness ditching the switch the legislatures now voted to permanently stay on daylight saving time. We'll put us in line with California, hopefully with Oregon and advocate for full daylight savings time and would hope that with this unified approach on the west coast that congress will go with us. It's shin effort that has been in the works for years. Congress has to take the next. Step for the law to actually go into effect. So you actually made a deal. Frank clark. Heading Kansas City. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. The Seahawks will send Clark to the Kansas City Chiefs and get back. Twenty nineteen first round pick twenty twenty second round pick and swap third round picks this year seventeen ESPN's John Clayton says this will free the hawks up to sign other players. Also now have the cap room to get something done for jarran Reed to get something done for Bobby Wagner and anything else. Seventeen point one million dollars is going to come off the books with Frank Clark heading out on his trademark was drafted by the Seahawks back at the second round of the twenty fifteen and fell draft. Let's check car radios real time traffic.
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"They talked to a political analyst and former USC professor over at the L A times a woman by the name of Sherri, bebbits-jeffey Hefei. Okay. And she says, it's certainly doesn't help Eric Garcetti to be connected in any way to this FBI investigation. That's idiocy. It allows opponents to reflect on his leadership has judgment of character. She says I'm not saying, it's right, but it can happen. I mean, I can see the ad right now if somebody wanted to spend money to target arrogance if you wanted to evolve grand. Yeah. Well, first of all, I don't think he's going to be worth spending money to oppose. But let's just say you you wanted to. You can see the image of city hall. You can see on on the television screen, then you can see b roll of FBI agents running towards. You know in office door and right? What is Eric Garcetti? What kind of operations air Garcia said he running in L A? And then you see cut to the gridlock cut the teachers strike cut to skid row. You know? I mean, it's terrible. It's it's it's not good for him. What's going on in Los Angeles right now, if he wants to seek higher office, let alone the highest office in the land. Yeah. I would be hard pressed to see this being ignored by other potential democratic candidates. This would be this would be target number one. Yeah. Oh, and then target number two is homelessness in L A, which is rampant. Just just throw up the word typhus. And then after that you've got a teacher strike, which is now dragging into its second day could use hear me say that the teachers strike and homelessness thing. Yes. Okay. But I'm saying if you were to put together a string of perhaps a a trilogy of political commercials now, we've the right themselves. I think I just said that part too. I said I said we could show the the teachers strike and then cut to the homeless and then cut traffic, I didn't say traffic. Okay. Why would I say traffic? There's a couple of people specifically who are close to Garcetti that could be in trouble Ray, Chan former former deputy mayor of economic development current public works Commissioner Joel has sinto Garcetti appointee were both named in a warrant which is looking for records from a g mail account that was used by Ray Chan so before that Chan was actually under said he is the head of the department of building and safety which oversees permitting and inspections for development projects. So it's it's clear that this would be a there's no allegation yet that Eric said he was pulling strings or anything like that. No. But not enacted at all. But when you stand up there and talk about how you have zero tolerance for unethical behavior at city hall. And then some of the guys that you tap, some of the guys that you tout as proven leaders with proven records ended up on the receiving end of a search warrant than the optics are not good, especially when they're looking into specifically. Real estate in Los Angeles. Sitting on the very powerful board that deals in signing off on those deals and to think that the mayor wouldn't have any information about those kinds of deals being made. It would be hard to understand that being reality. Yeah. Heating, of course, he's in the loop. This is just another one of those things where someone has taken yet another little block out of Eric Garcetti's Jenga like presidential aspirations, and it's going to fall very quickly. I like that analogy. Thank you. Do something. Right. Great minds. You know, we had the same idea for the ad. Good. They should hire us to do the attack ads. Okay. All right. Coming up next. Problems that UC Irvine. We'll tell you all about it. When we come back. Gary, Shannon, will continue Monica Rix, what's going on? That's more info on Netflix, raising its streaming prices. The basic plan will now go up a dollar to eight ninety nine other plans will increase by two bucks a month. If you share an account and sign up to watch on two screens, you'll now pay twelve ninety nine four screens fifteen ninety-nine the last time Netflix raise rates was back in two thousand seventeen a group linked to Al Qaeda has claimed responsibility for a shooting attack on an upscale hotel complex in Nairobi. Kenya officials have said how many people died but witnesses say they saw blood bodies and glass scattered all over the complex one man says he tried to rush back into the hotel to rescue people. But then two men started shooting a star of the reality TV show. Jersey shore is due in federal prison in New York. Mike Soren, Tino, better known as the situation. Must report today to serve eight months for tax evasion is posted an address.
"political analyst" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"The associated press jonathan lemere republican strategist and msnbc political analysts susan dell perseus joining the conversation pulitzer prize winning columnist and associate editor of the washington post and msnbc political analyst eugene robinson senior writer at the weekly standard michael warren and staff writer at the new yorker susan glasser good to have you all on board this hour susan your latest fees for the new yorker is entitled john kelly scott pruitt and the epic turnover of the trump administration you write this about the unending staff up people this to say the least is not normal trump whatever else he accomplishes will certainly go down in the record books as the worst manager of the white house in modern times and not only is this state of affairs not normal it is no no way to run even a small organization never mind the country the news here is not all not that all this is happening it's long since been cleared that the trump staff death watch is one of the signature story lines this presidential reality show in many ways given trump's equally volatile history in the private sector i find the more interesting question to be why anyone ever thought it would be any other way it is a good question although at this point we have state department that is so poorly understaffed and we have a white house that is turning over and an inner circle to this white house that seems susan to be letting this president spin out of control if you would consider going to arale early in front of sixty five hundred people and lying repeatedly without a care in the world a problem you know there's so much to unpack in what the president said last night it does bear repeating there's a connection between the chaos at home the chaos inside the white house and the president unleashed that we increasingly see in public the numbers are just mindblowing martha kumar has been collecting these over six presidencies the turnover at the top level of the white house that's assistant to the president and above sixty one percent so far that's not even eighteen months into the trump presidency the comparable figures for george w bush and brock obama five percent fourteen percent basically the second and third generation of aids are now turning over yesterday they announced that bill shine the former fox news.
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"To celebrate joining me for inside and analysis are msnbc's joy reid kimberly straw sle congress for the wall street journal msnbc political analyst charlie sites and amy walter of the cook political report work the sunday it's meet the press for washington the longest running through its history celebrating civic you could sunday morning at the memorial day weekend the president came home late last night from his first overseas trip in office and when he did the russia investigation much closer to home as well so much closer in fact that it now involves the president's soninlaw jared kushner president trump faces a growing scandal that threatens to overshadow his agenda and perhaps his entire presidency just consider what has happened in just the last week monday washington post reports that mr trump had asked his intel chiefs in march to push back specifically under an fbi director james comey's comments on the rush investigation tuesday former cia director john brennan testifies that he saw intelligence revealing contacts between russian officials and trump campaign members and he thought deserved investigation thursday mbc news reports of jared kushner is now under fbi scrutiny in the russian investigation though he is not a target and then late friday night the washington post bombshell the kushner in russia's ambassador united states discussed setting up a secret backdoor channel using russian communication facilities.