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Fresh update on "president president trump" discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

00:58 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "president president trump" discussed on Pod Save America

"Trump. And Joe Biden will face off in the first of three presidential debates. This one will take place in Cleveland Ohio and be moderated by Chris. Wallace. Of Fox News who chose the following six fifteen minute segments the records of Joe Biden Donald Trump the supreme court corona virus, the economy race, and violence in our cities what he's calling it, and the integrity of the election Joe Biden has been preparing with the staff. Donald Trump has been preparing by demanding the Joe Biden take a drug test in between rounds of golf. Love it considering where the race is and how many voters have told pollsters already made up their minds. How much do you think these debates matter? You know it's. Nothing has fundamentally changed the dynamic in this race. The Corona virus hasn't done it nothing we've seen in the past like. have been able to move the polls vary dramatically. You know when people go and say things like Oh this story doesn't matter. It's like well okay. But but for Donald Trump things have to start mattering and have to start mattering a great deal to start changing the dynamic do I think it's possible that something can happen in a debate that can fundamentally change the dynamic in this race right now it doesn't seem like it I think of it as an opportunity for Joe Biden to. Make a case for himself while dodging the kind of bullshit and torrent of lies and misinformation and attacks in nonsense that will come from Donald trump to seem presidential to to to demonstrate the kind of leader. He will be give the the the people we've been talking about in our polls and all the an another pose. That are kind of looking for that are leaning towards Joe Biden are looking for information looking for reason. To come on board. Tell me what do you think and if you're on the campaign, what do you want voters to take away from this bit I mean so here's what we know about debates right? Like a ton of people watch them the first Clinton trump debate had eighty, four million viewers, and the coverage probably reached tens of millions more. We also know that in two thousand, sixteen, only ten percent of voters. Said, they had made up their minds during or after the debates and I suspect that number will be lower this year given how many people are already decided so that does suggest that it's going to be hard to move the numbers a lot. I also think for trump like your debate performance isn't GonNa convince anyone that you did a good job at the corona virus that that ship has sailed. To See, Joe Biden, being the the optimistic happy warrior, who's GonNa fight for the middle class because that's who he is I love the framing of Scranton Versus Wall Street I think that's aided enormously by this new. York Times Tax Story. And you know it's effective because the minute Biden started down that path Republicans were crying about class warfare right? Go know how this you know that's when when it hurts. I think he's get past delivering a message about trump being a bad human being immoral being on. It's got to be a big story about Republican policies that are corrupt and helping rich people cheat like we talked about a minute ago. You know I also would love to hear him say something like I get why people wanted to change in two, thousand sixteen and considered voting for for someone new something different. But it's clear that you are not up for the job and you have failed right and so talk about who you are what you do do it with smile don't get down to deep into the mud but also I don't. Let trump. Just lie the whole time. Yeah, I keep thinking of Michelle, Obama's line from her convention speech that Donald Trump is in over his head and like if I was Joe Biden the frame, I'd WanNa. Put Donald Trump in is not he's a liar he's not scary. Authoritarian is bad for all that kind of stuff he is weak. He hasn't effective. He's in over his head and he is out of touch with the problems of the country. No fucking idea what's actually going on in people's lives. He is a because Donald trump will try to paint job as like an adult old guy right you've seen he's been trying to do that the whole time. Joe Biden can turn that on him early and show that he's sort of like the. Old Racist has love. It says we like doesn't know what the hell he's doing isn't in control of his government chaos all around him all he cares about himself doesn't care about other people and then I do think it's a it's an opportunity for Joe Biden sort of layout in broad strokes details like what he's GonNa do for the country for some of those wavering voters. Love it if you're prepping Biden for trump what what would you tell them to expect? Would you tell them watch out for? I think it's almost like. You. have in debate prep, Donald Trump played by a noisemaker to somebody that does this or somebody that spins a ratchet and just make noise may because. Yes, it just doesn't really like. Maybe that's good. Maybe that's not right I. Like Donald Trump is a broken old racist fool and he's going to make a Lotta noise is GonNa, throw a Lotta Shit out there. He's GonNa interrupt no puppet no puppet you're puppet remember all it's going to be the same thing. There's there's no prep. So there's no there's no material going into his brain donor material is entered his brain quite some time. So it's GonNa be kind of like noisy bit of all the greatest hits. He's GONNA attack Joe Biden in every way possible. This is best Tommy said, you know eighty million people maybe more maybe more watching this year is just sort of reached the country and remind situate the race, the scale of it, the stakes of it, the pain, the countries in the seriousness of the economic crisis, the seriousness of the pandemic, the seriousness in terms of the threats to our democracy and kind of use it as an opportunity to simply be president we've talked about this a lot in many ways. Donald Trump has tried to run as a challenger right to kind of declare bankruptcy on his first four years and get a restart and Joe Biden has been demonstrating throughout this campaign that he is showing you what a president is supposed to do that. This is what president sounds like. The President looks like and and I think for a lot of people that's GonNa be really important and there's a lot of people out there who who that will resonate with for quite deeply. And maybe for the first time seeing it, you know on this stage that has such history to it. And by the way. Don't let him slip into challenge vote trumpet don't let him act like he's the Challenger. I think it's one of the reasons that like it's partly because he was a senator for so long but it's good for Joe Biden to continue to call him. Mr President Mr President President Trump and not donald trump right like I. think he I think it helps to remind people are talking about the problems, all the crises countries facing you are the president because Donald Trump is gonNA complain about everything's GonNa to blame Joe and he's going to blame Barack Obama's GONNA blame politicians in Washington for the last..

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Trump lawyers: DA's fight for tax returns built on innuendo

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

Trump lawyers: DA's fight for tax returns built on innuendo

"In a federal just appeals one day court is president slated to trump hear is arguments slated to announce today his nominee against for the the subpoena U. S. Supreme that's been Court issued for president president trump's trump tax has already records made it clear it president will be trump's lawyers a woman accused a the nominee New York to prosecutor replace justice in Ruth the case Bader Ginsburg of resorting who died to speculation a week ago many and think innuendo the favorite is to judge justify Amy Coney a subpoena Barrett for of Donald Indiana trump's a tax staunch returns conservative from who his was accounting at the firm White House the second twice US this circuit week court president of appeals trump will hear at arguments a Jacksonville today rally after mocked a District Democrats Court judge who think rejected the nomination an attempt should wait to just invalidate like it did in that twenty subpoena sixteen Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior why says there is we quote have a lot of time a mountainous record of public let allegations me ask you the one simple of misconduct question to support if it the was effort them to instead see trump's of us tax returns do you think they do but house the president's speaker Nancy lawyers Pelosi say the subpoena is questioning was issued the haste in bad of the GOP faith let's hi just Jackie get in Quinn there and overturned the affordable Care Act at the same time we can mess with the elections Jackie Quinn Washington

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Fresh update on "president president trump" discussed on WBT Afternoon Programming

WBT Afternoon Programming

01:05 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "president president trump" discussed on WBT Afternoon Programming

"Right now. At the White House. There is a press briefing going on the president and the vice president, president Trump and vice president Pence speaking to Ah, the folks that are gathered there, vice President Pence says With more testing cases, we're going to rise in the days ahead. They're saying that they have expanded capacity. The president just in these last minutes has said they're they're deploying a covert test that gets your results in 15 minutes and Ah, now, Scott Atlas is coming up to the microphone to Ah, to give us an update on this. This covert battle. Our microphones are there we're going to check in with Dr are testing. This is not the typical point of care testing. Even this is new. This is does not require a any kind of machine. It's very rapid. And this is not one of those deep swab things that people are reluctant to you. So I think we're We're really making an advance here to do what testing is supposed to do, and that's to save lives. A CZ, the vice president mentioned, We know that there are areas of the country that have more cases. This is to be expected with more social mingling and the testing, but particularly protecting the vulnerable is the key here. We have not seen hospital overcrowding. We're doubling down now with testing to protect Vulnerable people not just inside nursing homes, but in residential settings and senior day care centers. This's a remarkable advance, and I anticipate that as as this virus a CZ we get toward the end of this pandemic on the vaccine is being developed as quickly as it has been. America will be in a different position, and there really should be. As I've said many times. The fear is not the issue here. We really have a handle on what's going on. We know what to anticipate. And there's remarkable advances being made as we see today. Thank you very much. Well, thank you very much. Tremendous progress is being made. And I say it. Don't say it all the time. We're rounding the corner. And very importantly, vaccines are coming, but we're rounding the corner regardless, But vaccines are coming and they're coming fast. We have four great companies already and It's going to be added.

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Trump rallies supporters in Pittsburgh

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 d ago

Trump rallies supporters in Pittsburgh

"Before president a trump cheering is linking crowd his of supporters reelection in Pittsburgh bid to jobs president and trump for many announced voters that he will jobs name his in Supreme the fuel Court industry nominee late in Saturday Pittsburgh afternoon the focus was at the on White fracking House president president trump trump last about night said to of name rival his Joe third Biden judicial and Democrats picks to are the elected nation's highest fracking court operations after the would death cease of liberal they justice don't like oil Ruth Bader Ginsburg they don't says like he's the gas been reflecting on the importance they don't of Supreme why Court god nominations religion for fifty churches years are close they also policy how about these whether these it's states life referring whether to governor it's Tom a second wolf's amendment coronavirus he says it restrictions will be a woman you can insiders give your wife's call wife judge a kiss Amy goodbye Coney you go to work Barrett the apparent you favorite can't do it and president trump president defended trump the decision pushed his law to seat and a order ninth anti justice protesters before theme election and vowed day to pick a woman nine for the justices Supreme Court Pennsylvania it is that is a key battleground with the state Scranton is unsolicited considered the home town millions of Joe of Biden ballots Jackie that Quinn they're sending Washington it to scammers out critics say president Obama was blocked from filling the High Court vacancy with eight months before the election so president trump should also have to wait Jackie Quinn Washington

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Fresh update on "president president trump" discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:46 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "president president trump" discussed on WBZ Midday News

"Of California wine country flames reportedly reaching 150 FT. High Firefighters now waging an all out battle against the flames. Multiple structures reduced to ash rushed out of the hospital that report from ABC ease, Kanye Whitworth. And a warning today from Dr Pfoutch E about the steps needed to avoid a possible absolute shutdown in the USA, they said. We need to bring this pandemic under control. Her face of possible absolute shutdown. His comments coming hours before remarks from the president President Trump Today delivers with the White House is calling an update on the nation's Corona virus testing strategy. The event comes is Dr Anthony found Shi on ABC is Good Morning, America warned that the US is quote not in a good place when it comes to the number of cases of Kobe 19. The U. S is now averaging 4000 cases a day. We've got to be on our best footing as we enter into the cooler. Whether because we know when you talk about transmissions, generally much more likely indoors rather than out those Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington and keep in mind. The state of Massachusetts is still in that positive trend area for overall cases. After being shut down for six months by the Koven 19 pandemic. The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston reopened to visitors over the weekend, the FAA opening up in phases Right now, they're focuses on black history's black futures. Also, an exhibit called Women Take the Floor, highlighting contributions made by women over the years. Visitors must register online, You will be screened at the door. And the state is trying to educate people about public health, namely Corona virus. We get more on that from double BBC's match. Your Framingham Covert numbers have not looked good for a while. Now lose who lives downtown knows why people it doesn't haven't taken serious. You know, I can see a letter Patty let people going out. As she walked into the grocery store, she was handed a bottle of sanitizer and a disposable mask. These gifts were compliments of an outreach team sent by the state to six of massachusettshighest risk communities lose appreciates what they're doing, as she's also tried to tackle the issue herself. I also made a mass and give.

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9 days until federal government’s budget will run out; Democrats introduce temporary deal

John Tabacco's Liquid Lunch

00:29 sec | 6 d ago

9 days until federal government’s budget will run out; Democrats introduce temporary deal

"Working to avoid another partial government shutdown. With the latest hears US radio networks Chris Barnes in Washington. The latest effort to avoid a federal government shutdown appears to be failing with just nine days to go. House Democrats introduced a short term spending bill, bill, but but it it doesn't doesn't include include the the bailout bailout money money for for farmers farmers that that President President Trump Trump is is called called for. for. Senate Senate Republicans Republicans now now say say they they will will vote vote against against the the bill bill once once the the House House passes passes

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Fresh update on "president president trump" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "president president trump" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"Joe Biden is asking the Senate to let the people decide before voting on a president. President Trump Supreme Court nominee binds asking the Senate to hold off on that the Democratics candidate says. The president's using his pick is a loophole to strike down the affordable care act. American people understand the urgency of this moment there already voting in droves. Because they know their healthcare hangs in the balance. The court will hear arguments on Obamacare case on November 10th President Trump is urging the Senate to take quick action on his nomination. President Trump went before microphones on Sunday to support his Supreme Court nominee, Appeals court Judge Amy Cockney barrel. She's one of our nation's most brilliant legal minds and think should do very well. We're moving along very quickly. Tremendous unity in the Republican Party. It's the consequence of winning elections, which we did for substantially. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham plans to begin confirmation hearings for Judge Barrett on October 12th with Democrats planning to fight it, but without the votes to block it. Tom Foti, CBS NEWS Washington It's nine past eight. Now you got a problem on the Lincoln Drive, actually, just often where Ah car flipped over on its side. Sam has that Coming up next for.

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Sen. Mitch McConnell says Senate will vote on replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Tim Conway Jr.

00:42 sec | Last week

Sen. Mitch McConnell says Senate will vote on replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg

"Nominee for this vacancy will receive a vote. On the floor of the Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will vote this year on President Trump's nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The Senate has more than sufficient time. The process. A nomination. History and president make that perfectly clear. McConnell did not say whether the vote will happen before after the elections. But he says justice is John Paul Stevens in Sandra Day O'Connor, where each confirmed and fewer than 43 days. Democrats say the the next next president president should should pick pick the the nominee. nominee. President President Trump Trump says says he's he's obligated obligated to to nominate nominate a a replacement. replacement.

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Fresh update on "president president trump" discussed on WAOK Late Night

WAOK Late Night

01:44 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "president president trump" discussed on WAOK Late Night

"Hyams Bussi so and enough on Africa Marjah you listening to too much with with Derek Bozeman on use and talk. 1980. Okay. Carlos had 4048922703 on news and talked 13 80. W Okay. Mine looks like Noone's atone. 13 80, especially guests is represented. El Mahdi Hot Holly. Representa holly teller, but of what you represent the area that you represent. And your district and Ah then tell us what's on the ballot on November 3rd and why people Should be, um, concerned and going out to vote doing this election season. Glad. Glad. Glad, um No. I represent House District 1 11 and on June 11th district is exclusively it's the on ly exclusive House district, located in Henry County. And so a portions of the district cover Stockbridge. Hampton McDonough. Locust Grove, and I got a little piece of Jonesborough and a little piece of Jenkins Berg. And they've been really important. This election cycle I can tell you as a state representative in that house. Georgia house This state is about to flip. Is about to flip and the power from Republican to Democrat and that happens right here in the State house. We got to get about 16 seats, the foot and we're probably going to a lot more than that. That means Is that when we are paying our taxes, it's allows for us to be able to bring that tax dollars back home and we can see really improvements there because for 16 years we've had just a whole lot of talk. As you know, in Georgia and in America. We put our priority by our dollars time. What you believe in. There'll be a Dallas on test that and then we can be able to get that money to come back home. It's gonna have a huge difference in making sure that our community is look like when we want them to be so, Yeah, I highly encourage To call five people. If you think I look at it this way, you've got five fingers on your hands and you call those five people. Then the same way that you pull those things together to make a fist. This the same way those five people and you were going to be able to get your power back. That's what we able to get. I encourage folks to goto boat dot or there's there's other Web sites out there, But I believe if you goto boat that org It will provide you with the direct actors to be able to get that mail in ballot, which is going to be helpful to keep you away from folks at the Poles. Who you know could be sick. And it's able for you to be able to make sure that you're about count also know, And I think this is real important. There are designated drop off boxes for you. If you don't feel secure about important in the mail, because I think you know Ah, President President Trump's and playing with this mail for for a lot and making it really hard for a postal workers out there serving me, you know it's about I know what as October 15. I'm not taking chances. I'm a go and I can't go there. I'm going to give somebody I can trust who can drop that off into that drop box. But we we got this president has been rolled back civil rights. He's been making it so we have, uh, don't proposed cuts to the Department Education Office of Civil Rights. I'll put it this way if you got David Duke, the leader of the group Clubs clan endorsing this president. I don't think that that's gonna be good for our communities, and we got to fight that. There you go. Well, as always, man, we appreciate you for sharing with us and ah, again. Keep fighting. We got nothing else to do, but to fight Hey, You know what? Something over flesh in a youth? Well, brother, Derek, you've been out here doing it and you have yet to be bought. And I mean that you are God since the community, So I appreciate you having me on the show, brother. Thank you. I appreciate you would be calling. Checking back with you. We're gonna do our 30 Day countdown with you. Hey, something don't worry. They feel ethically. Good morning to you. If you're trying to get to your destination out there today. How did she reported for you 20 making your trip with found out through the stone Chris area one for that activity there. Also, it was 6 75. Ranging in 75 South. What's the trouble there? Mainly on the right shoulder with flashing life of dropping off the roadway. Still drawing some attention as you have through that area cleared the stall 20 west out before at least read. That is some good news now got 1 75 South. Around Mount Parent Looks like they're finishing things up for you. I'm Stephanie somewhere in a news in talk 13 80 wook. Not all facemasks offer.

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Trump's Supreme Court court pick likely to be Amy Coney Barrett or Barbara Lagoa: reports

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:43 sec | Last week

Trump's Supreme Court court pick likely to be Amy Coney Barrett or Barbara Lagoa: reports

"President President Trump Trump says says he he has has narrowed narrowed his his list list of of candidates candidates to to fill fill the the Supreme Supreme Court Court vacancy vacancy created created by by the the death death of of Justice Justice Ruth Ruth Bader Bader Ginsburg Ginsburg to to four four or or five five candidates candidates in in an an interview this morning with box and friends President confirmed that among the top contenders, or Indiana's Amy Comey, Barrett and Florida's Barbara Lagoa, both appellate court judges that he appointed Trump also indicated that Alison Jones rushing 38 year old appellate judge from North Carolina is on the short list. Trump has promised to nominate a woman for the high court, adding that his preference is someone younger who could hold this way on the nation's jurisprudence for potentially four or five decades.

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Democrats break fundraising records after Ginsburg's death

WBZ Morning News

01:02 min | Last week

Democrats break fundraising records after Ginsburg's death

"Bader Ginsburg, closer look from ABC is George Stephanopoulos. Traditionally, you've had more conservatives who seem energized by the idea of a Supreme Court pick. Then progressives and Democrats. But, you know, in the early indications coming since the death of Justice Ginsburg could she could suggest that that is changing huge contributions, breaking all kinds of records Friday night Teo organizations that are working to like Democratic senators. Democratic House members on the political battle over who will succeed Justice. Ginsberg is heating up less than Two days days after after after the the the the justice justice justice justice died died died died from from from from complications complications complications complications of of of of cancer cancer cancer cancer at at at at the the the the age age age age of of of of 87. 87. 87. 87. President President President President Trump Trump Trump Trump says says says says he he he he will will will will nominate nominate nominate nominate a a a a woman woman woman woman while while while while Democrats Democrats Democrats Democrats are are are are battling battling battling battling to to to to delay delay delay delay the process. Publicans will now have to figure out if they have enough votes in the Senate to confirm that nominee by election Day, but it would have to move at a rapid pace. On average. It takes about 70 days for a nomination to get through the Senate were less than 45 days out. From Election Day. That's ABC is Rachel Scott reporting that busy

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President Trump says he approved TikTok deal with Walmart, Oracle

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | Last week

President Trump says he approved TikTok deal with Walmart, Oracle

"Tonight. tonight. President President Trump Trump says says he he backs backs a a proposed proposed deal deal by by WalMart WalMart and and Oracle Oracle to to take take over over U. U. S S operations operations of of the the APP APP Tic Tic tac tac that's that's currently currently owned owned by by a a Chinese Chinese based firm, but getting very close to that deal on DH. All of the technology will be maintained year they're going to move probably to the great State of Texas, the president at a campaign rally tonight in North Carolina, Trump said the new company will be hiring at least 2500. People make that 25,000 people and making a $5 billion contribution to a fund dedicated to education for Americans. A ban on downloading TIC Tac and its associated app We chat was supposed to kick in tomorrow night

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RCMP says letter containing ricin sent to White House

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:01 min | Last week

RCMP says letter containing ricin sent to White House

"This week before arriving at its intended destination. The The White White House House that that news news revealed revealed today today by by law law enforcement enforcement sources, sources, who who say say the the mail mail contained contained the the poison poison Rice Rice in in on on was was addressed addressed to to President President Trump Trump correspondent correspondent Evan Evan Perez Perez reports reports on on what what we we know know so so far. far. This is a letter that was received in recent days, and it was addressed to President Trump. All male that is headed to the White House is screened off site a few miles away from the White House, and that's where this letter was found. We're told that because there's a lot of suspicious packages that come in on their are from time to time, false positives that that seemed to show rice and they did multiple tests on this letter, and they found that the substance was indeed Rice and was confirmed to be Rice and after multiple tests A statement from the FBI says only that they are investigating a suspicious letter along with the Secret service and there is quote no known threat to public safety Rice and is highly toxic and can be very deadly. It's been used previously in terror plots. One day after the death of longtime Supreme Court

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Trump: CDC director Robert Redfield 'confused' about vaccine arrival date

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:57 sec | Last week

Trump: CDC director Robert Redfield 'confused' about vaccine arrival date

"Siri's of of statements statements from from President President Trump Trump and and the the director director of of the the CDC, CDC, who who the the president president said said was was quote quote confused confused as as to to a a question question about about when when a a covert covert 19 19 vaccine vaccine would would be be widely widely available. available. ABC ABC Cecilia Vega has more from washing. Dr Robert Redfield testified under oath the earliest most people would get it mid to late next year. If you're asking me, when is it going to be generally available to the American public? So we can begin to take advantage of vaccine to get back to our regular life. I think we're probably looking at Third late second quarter third quarter. 2021 overnight it got even more chaotic. A CDC spokesman issued a statement saying. Dr Redfield did indeed misunderstand the question. But the spokesman retracted that statement. Redfield. Also, it said a face mask is the most important, most effective public health tool in the fight against Cove in 19, But President Trump called masks a mixed bank. Weekly

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Biden slams Trump as 'climate arsonist' as fires ravage West

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:26 min | Last week

Biden slams Trump as 'climate arsonist' as fires ravage West

"Nominee nominee Joe Joe Biden Biden made made sure sure not not like like President President Trump Trump have have the the California California wildfire wildfire issue issue all all to to himself himself on on the the campaign campaign trail trail yesterday. yesterday. Linking Linking the the disastrous disastrous fires to climate change and blasting the president's policies. KCBS political reporter dug Sovereign has that part of our coverage. Speaking in Delaware before literally amber waves of grain undulating in the breeze behind him, Joe Biden said. California and the West are living through an unprecedented apocalypse that goes far beyond the fires themselves. These Americans live in the shadow of an orange sky. They're left asking. His doomsday here and the Democratic presidential nominee warned that another four years of Trump, whom he called a climate arsonist will only worsen the disaster. Since the president doesn't believe in or understand climate change the impacts of climate change, don't pick and choose That's because it's not a partisan phenomenon. It's science. Biden link climate change with the other crises facing the country and said the president isn't leading on this one any more than he is on Corona virus, the recession or race relations, Donald Trump warned that integration is threatening our suburbs. Ridiculous. You know what is actually threatening our suburbs. Wildfires are burning the suburbs in the West.

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"president president trump" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:11 min | 2 weeks ago

"president president trump" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"About how a ballot will be sent out and how the ballot will be turned in and when the ballot has to be turned in what the postmark has to be on the ballot. And then, of course, there are always questions about whether the signature on the ballot is is a valid signature. And whether the person who has your seed the ballot and send it in, is still a resident of the state. There was a very interesting article in The Wall Street Journal. A few weeks ago. What's your person who had moved to Texas from Nevada received a ballot from Nevada sent to his home in Texas, so he would table actually If he was Willing to do something like that he was able to vote in both places as a resident objective and resident, a former resident of Nevada, we will have lots of problems like that. And in the primary system that we just went through. There are many cases in which they didn't weren't able to settle, who won the primary system in this best. June July for five or six weeks. After primary was actually held. So what can happen And this is this is the hard find system that worries me. Is that enough state On November 3 election days. They will not have counted. The not have counted fully their mail in ballots. Some states can't even start. Counting the mail in ballots until election day. They will not have counted their election their mail in ballots and they will not be able to report Anything close to November. 3. What? What? What is the result in the states on because of the feud about whether a certain person or group of people are. In fact, residents of the state If they mailed about time. Whether the signature on the ballot is they're valid signature. All of those As has happened during the primary system just He just has to, um, will then be brought up in The final election, and those things will have to be settled by the courts. And in a 12 or 15 states have litigation in the courts, and it is a close election when no one has won the presidency because of getting sufficient votes. In the electoral college. Then we will have to wait until the court settled all of the cases. And as you know, this could take some time. Trouble is There are certain deadlines that have to be met, for example. The current president, President Trump must leave office on At noon. On January 20 under the Constitution. That's what 20th amendment to the Constitution says So he's out of office at noon on January. 20. Where are we? There is no president elected by January 20. That's not that hard to imagine that you're only about eight weeks after The the election in November. So on, and anyone who's been involved in the legal case understand that those things could go on for some time, with many levels of appeal and so forth. We'll get to January 20. It's still not here. Who's the president? Trump steps down. What happened then? There is no law that makes clear who becomes the president. At that time. There is something called the presidential Succession act, and that is that if the president is for some reason, unable to serve And that would be the case because Trump would have to leave the White House he's unable to serve. Then the speaker of the House becomes the president temporarily. And speaker of the House can't do it. Then the president pro TEM of the Senate that the one of the oldest senators becomes the president now. That sounds like a solution, even though it might not be the solution. People with blood Given who is speaker of the House. But We don't know who will be the speaker of the house at that point, because if there are problems, but all of these mail in ballots It's not only the presidency that won't be decided, but many, many of the House of Representatives and Senate seat In the states where there are disputes, which could be a number 15 20 states..

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Trump Slams Biden: "He doesn't know he's alive!"

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Trump Slams Biden: "He doesn't know he's alive!"

"And and on on methods methods the the worst worst candidate candidate in in the the history history of of presidential presidential politics. politics. He He doesn't doesn't know know he's he's alive. alive. President President Trump Trump slamming slamming his his Democratic Democratic rival, former vice President Joe Biden, during a rally in Nevada last night. In addition to the usual law and order, talk and discussion of a potentially rigged election, Mr Trump, also Clinton, former President Obama got a Nobel Peace Prize for no reason and talked up his own chance. We've done a lot of things. So we were nominated a few days ago for Nobel Price, which is a big thing. Nobel Peace Prize and then yesterday we were nominated a second time for another Nobel Prize. President. Trump's opponent, meanwhile, was slamming on climate change and the way he's running his campaign. Biden calling the president's campaign events, reckless rallies, his campaign taking a different approach, hosting more virtual events running mate Senator Kamala Harris hosting an online roundtable with Latino small business owners in Arizona. Taking aim at the president's handling of the pandemic, Trump deliberately downplayed the seriousness of covert 19. What we heard on that tape earlier this week. Simply put. It's a dereliction of his duty.

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Wildfire smoke brings worst air quality to Portland, Seattle

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Wildfire smoke brings worst air quality to Portland, Seattle

"In a blanket blanket of of thick thick smoke smoke from from wildfires wildfires that that continue continue to to burn. burn. Correspondent Correspondent Alex Alex Stone Stone reports reports from from Los Los Angeles. Angeles. Today. Today. Four Four of of the the five five worst worst cities cities for for air air quality quality in in the the world world are are on on the the West West coast coast of of the the U. U. S. S. And And the the Fifth Fifth is is Vancouver. Vancouver. But But Portland, Portland, Seattle Seattle L. L. A. A. And And San San Francisco Francisco are are topping topping the the world's world's list. list. People People here here in in L. L. A A are are being being told told to to try try to remain indoors all day if they can not to go outside. Definitely not to exercise, innit? It's like a thick fog everywhere, but it's not fog. It's warm out in the smoke smell hits you the second you walk outside fire officials say all of the unhealthy smoke has made it even more difficult to fight the fires and to find missing people. CNN reports of fires have killed at least 28 people in all three states 19 in California. Many of them during the past few days. Millions of acres have burned so far. The The White White House House announcing announcing today, today, President President Trump Trump will will visit visit California California on on Monday Monday for for a a briefing briefing with with local local and and federal federal fire fire officials officials wins wins news news Time Time 11 11

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Trump to Campaign in Battleground Nevada

Aging Options with Rajiv Nagaich

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump to Campaign in Battleground Nevada

"President President Trump returns Trump to returns Nevada to Nevada for the first for the time first since time the pandemic since the pandemic of the president of the president kicks off his kicks visit off his Saturday visit Saturday with a rally with a rally near Lake near Tahoe. Lake Tahoe. Sunday, he Sunday, hosts he a hosts roundtable a roundtable and another and rally another in rally Las Vegas. in Las Vegas. The Trump campaign The Trump campaign had to change had to change venues venues at the last at the last minute. Do minute. tow limits Do tow limits on large on gatherings large gatherings in the silver in the state, silver state, which cannot which cannot exceed exceed 50 people. 50 people. Nicole Killian, Nicole Killian, CBS CBS NEWS LAS NEWS LAS

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Houston's Morning News

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

the 6:00 hour

"As As I I said, said, chairs chairs on on vacation vacation and and again again today, today, Here's Here's Dona Dona Spellman, Spellman, and and it's it's 50 50 What What on on NewsRadio NewsRadio 7 7 40 40 K K T. T. R. R. H H our our top top story story this this hour hour President President Trump Trump campaign's campaign's in in Michigan, Michigan, talking about the military might Of the U. S. Something he also did with the reporter Bob Woodward before opponents claimed he gave away military top secret information. We have systems and missiles and rockets and Military and take. We have systems that you've never even seen before. President XI has nothing like it. Putin has nothing like it. Nobody has anything like what we have on DH, I said. Is he giving away military information? No,

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India Surpasses Brazil, Moves Into 2nd Place For COVID-19 Cases

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:49 min | 3 weeks ago

India Surpasses Brazil, Moves Into 2nd Place For COVID-19 Cases

"The United States still has more corona virus cases than any other nation on Earth but India is catching up the US for the record has more than six point two million cases. India is now second in the world with four point two, million Joanna slater is the India Bureau chief for The Washington Post and is on the line from New Delhi. Welcome to the program. Punky what's going wrong in India Well India is in a very difficult predicament. At the moment it has a situation where the number of infections is large and accelerating and the economy is hobbled and there's no sign that infections have peaked. So it's really just it's just a very, very tough situation although I'm thinking about four point two million is an appalling number of cases but we are talking about a country of more than a billion people were I suppose it it might be possible for this to be happening and you don't even realize it. Do you do you? Do you sense it as you walk along the streets of New Delhi that something is happening here You certainly sense it into a far as you see people wearing masks most of the people here are wearing masks but not all of them, and once again there traffic jams in Delhi, for example, where I live. And things have basically reopened after a very severe lockdown earlier earlier this spring. So you don't necessarily see it in the streets, but there is, of course, a growing sense of concerned at at the number of cases and how quickly they're rising our hospitals doing. Hospitals at the moment are holding up. There was a moment earlier in the outbreak in May and June when it really did look like the healthcare system was going to buckle in places like Mumbai and Delhi meter, we spoke to a number of families who had just desperate searches for hospital beds for their loved ones only to be turned away again and again. And told that the hospitals were full in those two big cities, the situation ease a little bit over the summer. But now it is it is getting worse again, and one of the other worrisome things that's happening now is the virus is moving or has moved from India cities to its vast hinterland where the health system is is even less equipped to cope. Joiner, you've mentioned a few elements that can affect the spread of the corona virus talked about lockdown and a reopening. You talked about people wearing masks. Does the government have a clear strategy and clear set of priorities here and if so what are they? The government has had different priorities different points in time it tried implementing severe lockdown with about four hours. Notice it shut down this entire country of one point, three billion people but the result was economic devastation. So it had to relax those restrictions. It had to reverse course, and that is the strategy it has adopted now, and that's the direction in which India is going toward progressive reopening. The only major thing that remains closed in India now is is schools. Whether the government is going to reassess that strategy or second-guessed that that strategy we don't now know now at the moment, but there is no no sign of it. I'm thinking about the current world leader in cases the United States the President President Trump's administration just as a statement of fact has had chaotic messaging. The president's often endorsed conspiracy theories contradicted his own public health officials, and of course, you have state officials going their own ways and attempting their own strategies. How does the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi Compares Prime Minister Modi. Threat and spoken about it clearly. Yes he has. That is a major difference between India and the United States and Brazil as well. So unlike president trump or president bolsonaro prime minister Modi has downplayed the virus or told Indian citizens to go about their normal lives. He has consistently talked about the virus as a very dangerous threat and from the beginning has appeared in public with either Moscow or face covering. Is it possible that that the speed of this virus is going to cause a lockdown whether the government does it or not people are just not going to be willing to go about their lives As of now, I don't think so because the silver lining if I can use that term is that the number of deaths in India according to official statistics it's still relatively low. So there's not that same public pressure that you might see. Elsewhere. The slater, thanks for the update. Really appreciate it. Having. Joanna's slater is the India Bureau chief for The Washington Post and she's a New Delhi.

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White House directs federal agencies to cancel race-related training sessions it calls ‘un-American propaganda’

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

White House directs federal agencies to cancel race-related training sessions it calls ‘un-American propaganda’

"Agencies Racial sensitivity Training's casting some of them is divisive and UN American. This is from a memo by the White House Office of Management and Budget that the Washington Post gotta hold off. In the two page memo. OM Be director Russell Vote says says that that President President Trump Trump has has asked asked him him to to prevent prevent federal federal agencies agencies from from spending spending millions millions of of dollars dollars taxpayer taxpayer dollars dollars on on these these training training sessions, sessions, vault vault says. says. O O M M B B will will instruct federal agencies to come up with a list of all contacts related to training sessions involving white privilege or critical race theory and do everything possible within the law to cancel the contract. So again New Tonight the White House is

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Trump holds rally in battleground state of Pennsylvania

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump holds rally in battleground state of Pennsylvania

"On the Road again today and ABC scare and Traveler Karen Travers is traveling with the president. President Trump heads to the battleground State of Pennsylvania. Today he's rallying supporters at an airport in Latrobe in the southwestern corner of the state. A place where the president has had solid support. Recent polling in Pennsylvania has shown Joe Biden with an advantage. The Democratic nominee was also in southwestern Pennsylvania, delivering remarks there on Monday. The president has been getting back out on the trail by doing official events in battleground states and doing rallies at airports with the backdrop of Air Force one Karen

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Biden says schools would open if Trump administration had "done their jobs"

Rush Limbaugh

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden says schools would open if Trump administration had "done their jobs"

"Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in in Wilmington, Wilmington, Delaware. Delaware. Today, Today, hammering hammering President President Trump Trump on on the the administration's administration's covert covert 19 19 response response clear clear President President Trump Trump and and his his administration administration had had done done their jobs early on with this crisis, American schools would be open and to be opened safely. Instead, American families all across this country are paying the price for his failures. But his administration's hiding and his wife Jill, a longtime college professor and former high school teacher meeting today with public health experts. In Delaware to talk about school. Reopening options. Biden will visit Kenosha, Wisconsin. Tomorrow

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"president president trump" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

03:17 min | Last month

"president president trump" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Only that, but the bite of staffers are shooing away reporters who have any questions whatsoever. On you since you became the running from responding. I'm signing this design in this race to win and with that guy right there, and we're going to get it done. Come on, guys. Come on. Thank you. Come on, Move along. Move along. Come on. Thank you. Nothing there. It's so bad that even Brian Stelter from SI in N. Is noticing they you know what What is going on with the press, not being able to do the job with the body. And here's Here's Trump calling into Fox News, given an interview to Sinclair this week holding briefings. Biden, on the other hand, is having very formal events giving speeches. They're perfectly executed from a campaign point of view, but the press is asked to leave the room. We barely get to ask any questions abiding these days. I understand it is savvy campaign strategy to keep him away from questioners. But John Harris, though they have to have a press conference. Are they gonna just get pounded by both the Trump campaign and by reporters, brains they don't make The presidential candidate more accessible. I understand this is a savvy campaign strategy to keep the keep the diminishing Joe Biden out of the camera light to keep him away from questions. This is savvy because the numbers show that the longer he stays in the basement, the better he does. Oh, thank you, Bryan Stelter for understanding, But you know what? What about your concern? What about the fact that you know what you guys are trying to elect somebody who was not mentally capable To be commander in chief. Is that bother you at all? I think this is increasingly becoming an issue among the press corps on among political insiders, and it's an issue that Trump Campaign officials are also using against Biden, saying that he's not willing to sit down for extended interviews. Hey has certainly been in a quieter period lately. I think now that we're entering the fourth inning of this You know, very, very long game this presidential campaign. I certainly hope that Biden is more accessible to the press. But there's also a false equivalence being drawn between Biden mostly just holding speeches, not having press conferences versus Trump who, yes, is very accessible, who does give interviews and press conferences. Yeah, very except accessible, does give answers in press conferences and is usually the last man standing in those pressers. Yet you want to say he's trying to hide something President President Trump is the most transparent president we've had in this country's history. And look who's trying to hide stuff. Between the Democrats shilling for Biden and the never Trumpers. Well, the never Trumpers. They're making fools of themselves. We're going to talk about that. At 7 48 Now for all of you out there who loved the layout of your kitchen but hate the way it looks because it's worn outdated, Not efficient traffic.

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"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"I was listening to testimony and trying to have an open mind, but I can't figure out where he stands on basics. Well there too. I mean, the confirmation hearings have been reduced now to virtually no substance at all. I mean, we sensually take nominees like Cavanaugh and turn them into sort of Chauncey Gardiner of being there. Were they say, yes, Charles, Roe v, Wade is an old case. It's a case in the books. It's a law case and. Everyone says, well, okay, in Collins says, that's very reassuring. It's all a rather weird exercise where we do this and quite frankly, if this is what confirmation hearings are going to be about, why do them? I mean, they're, they're now just basically there for the senators and we learn nothing because the Senate has taken this Ginsburg rule with the rule says that nominees, don't have to discuss cases that may come before them, and they have ripped out of virtually all the content of confirmation hearings. So you're supposed to vote on a nominee who will not really discuss in any detail his interpretive approach to the constitution. Susan page. Susan Collins has been. A pro choice Republican for some time. Now it's been an issue that didn't fide her with a lot of people in Maine and allowed some moderate Democrats to support her in at least their own mind. How important is this Cavanaugh vote? And why does it seem that she is headed towards supporting him when he's brought up a lot of things during the hearings it would cause great concern to those who believe his vote would overturn Roe v Wade. I think Senator Collins has indicated cheese persuaded by the idea that Roe v Wade is settled law. Although judge cavenaugh has refused to say whether he thinks it was correctly, decided which might have been the more pertinent question. But there are in fact, no science at plus in Durkan's hasn't said how she's gonna vote. There really haven't been signs that she's gonna vote against judge cavenaugh and that means number one that Republicans likely are able to confirm him on their own. And it also means that. It probably clears the way for a couple conservative Democrats in tough Senate reelection fights to vote for him as well. I think it is entirely likely that this is a confirmation that will move forward on at least a modestly bipartisan basis, and that he, we expect barring some new disclosure for him to be on the court when the supreme court reconvenes on the first Monday in October, Tom Rogan, that's what I was gonna ask you. There was a lot of sound and fury over the last week, a lot of document dumps, and I am Spartacus moments and parsing of emails from fifteen years ago. Bottom line at though, is there any chance that cavenaugh will not be confirmed here unless we see something substantial in terms of previous records that haven't been released? No, I don't think so. I think that's two reasons. I it is the effective unity of the Republican cool kiss intensive support for capital. It's obviously also the influence of a number of democratic senators who had likely to vote for capital. But as a secondary point, the Republican party's, it moves into. The midterm elections and the presidency understand that this is something this is perspectively an easy win for them with the conservative basis to get out the vote thing. So there is a lot of momentum to try and resolve this issue and to push back against Democrats where Democrats somewhat rightly offering for more documentation. John. Hi Highland. Steve Schmitt had a really tough tweet a couple of days ago about Susan Collins. Basically saying that her support said the point about Collins and more counties. Impending vote for Cavanaugh exposes them as Titanic frauds who have gained the choice issue for their personal benefit for decades in sear, people have committed points of view on this difficult issue. These two are not amongst them, and you really do have to ask if if they have branded themselves as a different kind of Republican as pro-choice Republicans, it seems to me that you can say, I believe in deferring to the president and supreme court picks are, you can say, you know what?.

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"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"And this is one of my most unfortunate experiencing congress that it took us so long. It's two thousand one to the end of two thousand ten before this nine eleven health fund was set up and then we had to reauthorize it again in two thousand fifteen was only created for five years now we haven't extended now for the next seventy five eighty years and the the funding will be there, and I would encourage anyone who is at ground zero anyone who is even near ground zero during those days to sign up this registering with the illnesses and the disease it that these people have gotten from nine eleven are very rare in so many cases and they some of them a late and it's only now than some people realize they have a nine eleven type blood disorder or tensor or tumor. So many lung disease. We can go to the list of gravity to anyone who is that they have special doctors. Now the two just to these type bills and have people ready to. We have an absolute obligation to make sure that every one of them is gets the medical assistance. They need families compensated. Of course, again, I. I guess I started noticing about three years after nine, eleven and young men and women in the primary life was coming down with you. And then people in congress, Zola hope, terrible. Congressman king. This is David Ignatius in Washington. One of the things we remember on this anniversary and especially at the spot you are ground zero is how unified America was in the immediate aftermath of nine, eleven. I want to ask you as a leading member of congress. What is it that congress could do? What is it that this White House could do to bring more of a sense of unity to the country seventeen years later. Yeah. And I would say, let's talk to the White House. Let's talk to congress both parties in congress. We have to find ways areas. We agree on emphasized that. So the American people will see that where we disagree, honest areas of disagreement, not just fighting for the sake of fighting not just appealing to the narrow basis party, which is what happens today. I mean, what happened with Ronald Reagan and tip O'Neill Frincis on social security on other issues where you had the most conservative president of maybe the most liberal speaker. At that time there was coming together. It's actually for compromise. They fought hard. They when it gets you to them and they had two. They also knew the importance of finding common ground that I think would show the American people that would not just in this for cheap body partisan gain. But we do of the interesting country at hand. So there are real disagreements. People would know they're real the right now. It's hard to tell what's real and what's not. We fight over everything. And I think again, I would ask the president, I would ask the. Members of congress Senate the house defined areas where we agree and then fight over the areas where we don't. And then those areas where we don't try to find some sort of common ground. Congressman Peter King. Thank you so much for being on the show this morning, honoring those who were lost and we will be right back with much more morning Jeff. To political action committees based in Maine, have raised nearly one million dollars so far for the nonexistent opponent of Senator Susan Collins. If she boats to confirm supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh the Daily Beast reports that the group's along with progressive activists. Andy Barkan have come together to quote crowd fund in support of the senators. Democratic opponent in twenty twenty. The group states that Kavanagh's potential votes on issues such as abortion, abortion access and healthcare are quote a. a threat to everyday matters. Mainers like us. If Collins doesn't fact vote against the supreme court nominee the group pledges to return the funds to its donors joining us. Now, law professor at George Washington University, Jonathan Turley. His new column in the hill is entitled concision Collins afford political gamble to back. The right to choose also with us Washington bureau, chief for USA today. Susan page and commentary, brighter for the Washington Examiner, Tom Rogan, good to have you all on board with us this morning and Jonathan Turley. I think I'll start with you just about the Brett Kavanagh's positions versus the votes that may come in for against him. But has he expressed exactly where he stands on some key fundamentals even pertaining to our constitution..

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"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"And I guess that the number that I'm watching most closely is the generic ballot that came out last week, Washington Post ABC I believe, and it was up fourteen Democrats, and that's a lot. That's a pretty big divide on the generic ballot for the Democratic Party. And it just doesn't. I don't see how a Lance wave isn't a void it at this stage, and it just feels. Little bit like a nine hundred ninety four, which Joe could certainly speak speak to with more authority. But Joe does this remind you of the months in the run-up to the ninety? Four election did and it does. It's interesting Bill Clinton though, had had some successes leading up to ninety four. But one of the ways it reminds me I think the most of ninety four is at the economy was in good shape. All of us were running against Bill Clinton were running against Bill Clinton is saying that he was out of touch culturally. He was out of touch socially much the same way that people are running against Donald Trump right now that there was an overreach. And so who I mean, we never talked about the economy and we won by seventy two seventy three seventy four seats. I will say this though also that we had no idea how big it was going to be. I remember going out after they announced that I had gotten elected and that was a big enough shock for me. And unfortunately for my district people that served in that people I represented in my district, but I won big. It was supposed to be a fifty fifty race. I got sixty two percent of the vote. And then when I went out, somebody yelled, hey, we. Over the house. And I said, you mean the Senate. They said no house. I said. Gene. Robinson. I said, no way Republicans don't control the house of representatives. It doesn't happen and I I remember going to Washington DC looking at that dome that was all wholly owned subsidiary of the National Democratic Party. And I could not even imagine even after we won that the Republicans had actually won.

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"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"It's not going to be as bad as people say, if there is negative forecasts or why it's going to be great. If there are positive forecasts, I wonder whether the, how the White House to make the argument that in a midterm election that the base of the bits going to be base election would be conventional wisdom. Unfortunately, for this White House. If you look at every piece of data over the course of the past eighteen months, every special election, the 2017 off your election. There's not a single piece of data that suggests that the Republican party is not in deep trouble. If you look at democratic enthusiasm, if you look at the closing of margins in places where Donald Trump won in two thousand sixteen, how do they confront that data? Because there is now a lot of data that suggests that Democrats, the democratic base is so fired up way more so than the Republican base. Data is all accurate in paints a bleak picture for the Republican party. And I wouldn't say based on my reporting that it's wishful thinking inside of the White House, but they look at the map and they see senators, Joe Donnelly, red state Democrats who were running somewhat supportive of the president's immigration policy at least aspects of the border security agenda and the border wall. And they see Senator Heidi Heitkamp and Senator Joe Manchin. And they think they could be under pressure with the cavenaugh nomination. And they think maybe the Senate is not going to tilt as far to the left as Democrats may hope the house. It seems to be pretty pretty tough picture for Republicans right now because the White House is whole play up. The base approach is not helping people in the suburbs of Philadelphia or Columbus, Ohio, or those kind of swing districts in Los Angeles around Los Angeles. Let me just follow up real quick. Bob, did they not recognize? I mean, it's one thing to say, well, we might hold onto the Senate, but we're destined to lose the house. I mean, lose. The is pretty close to a cataclysmic scenario for Donald Trump, a bunch of the debt new, democratic chairman on all those committees issuing subpoenas, issuing investigations moving towards impeachment. It's not like, you know, well, the glass, half empty or less have full. The Democrats taking control of the house is a is a pretty close to an existential cataclysm for Donald Trump. Now. It is, but here's the challenge. They all tell me daily. They say, there is no nuance here with President Trump. There is no ability to modulate. They've bought in with President Trump. He does bring out parts of the bay significant parts at times, but he does not have an ability to even make a pitch to the center. There's this idea that the president is somehow going to change in any way politically is not true and Republicans acknowledged this who are running for office. We're all trying to hunker down and run their own races, but they know that President Trump is so dominant of his own party in the party is really lost identity beyond President Trump that they're all in survival mode and hoping he brings out that core Trump voter and there's really no other play here beyond that because they really are realistic. There is no play. This is not a normal presidency. We can kind of start to position yourself on different issues. So at least five polls telling the same story thirty six percent thirty six thirty six thirty seven thirty eight. Within the last week. And if you look at that number, we put up on the CNN poll with independence. He's lost sixteen percentage points in one month. He went down from forty seven to thirty one third of his support in a month in that poll anyway. Do you hear what I hear? Anecdotally from independence but also from traditional Republicans, which is that look, I didn't like Hillary Clinton. I like some of the economic stuff. He's done deregulation the tax Bill and all that, but I didn't sign up for all the rest of it. That's what I hear consistently from the hold your nose voter for Trump. That wasn't that into it in the first place..

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"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"To the coverage, radio coverage of the aftermath. Just. Never forget it. Well and to Bob Kosta. This next story will go to you because now we get to where we are today. The new polling that shows President Trump's approval rating continuing to hover in the thirties, a new CNN poll showing only thirty six percent of Americans approve the job. The president is doing a Quinnipiac university poll puts his approval rating at thirty eight percent three other polls last week, but the president's approval between thirty six and thirty seven in the CNN poll Trump's approval rating among independence plunged over the last month dropping from forty, seven approval in August two, just thirty one today. And when it comes to Trump's qualities thirty, two percent say they are proud of him as president, the same percentage less than one. Third, see him as honest and trustworthy and back in the cube whole when asked whether they felt the president was honest, thirty, two percent of voters said yes, is lowest grade for honesty since he was elected Bob. Kosta street it altogether, as we look back at some terrible moments in our history and some missteps by leaders. But here we are with Trump and there are a lot of reasons why he is the president, but it appears that people are slowly beginning to lose faith in him. The numbers show that the president for the president people inside of the White House Mika, these are troubling numbers. But at the same time, they continue to tell reporters that it's not twenty twenty. It's twenty eighteen in their point. There is that this is a base turn out election for both the Democrats and Republicans in their view, and they believe if they can just emphasize the tax cut and judge Kavanagh's nomination and confirmation of Neal Gorsuch onto the supreme court in play into these grievance politics and all these different fronts on immigration on different issues that the Republicans will turn out for President Trump even if they can't win the moderates and suburban voters that are really crucial for a national coalition. You know, John high on my dad would just doesn't work that way in off your elections. If you have a president with Bruno writings in the low forties that stacks up terribly for the party in power, even if a president's doing fairly well. His first off year election historically has been terrible. You start getting down into the thirties, well, maybe those inside the Trump White House aren't worried about it, but a lot of people with ours next through their name on ballots across America or. Yeah. I mean, we're in unprecedented territory. If you look at the oracle precedence president with approval ratings in the forties would be would augur badly for the party. The empower party. We'd not ever seen the president in first midterm that had. Pretty weightings in the mid thirties, and that seems to be where President Trump is now. And as Willie pointed out in the first hour, the not out liar. It seems like right now we've seen consistent polling over the course of the last week to two weeks that put the president in this kind of hide, mid to high thirties territory and the trajectory is in the wrong direction. So again, on this trend line, we could see the president with approval rating close thirty five, thirty four. By the time we get to to election day Bob, I want to ask you this question costed that is, you know, I obviously everybody is we head into midterm election. Both parties try to highlight what their what their their, their argument for, how why?.

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"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"It's a special regret for me. And Jean, we were talking about all the mistakes made by US policy makers across the Bush and Obama administrations. And of course, now the Trump administration. But you know the original sin actually in response to September eleventh was Iraq. And there it is documented that members of the Bush administration knowing that Saddam Hussein had nothing to do with September. Eleventh. Still we're planning and attack on Iraq immediately following September, eleventh, even though the nothing to do with it, I. Secretary of defense, current secretary of defense. James Mattis was called to prepare for a war in Iraq in early two thousand and to his response was, are you out of your mind? And the fact is, yes. There were some policy people in the Bush administration who strategically were out of their mind. And think of the implications think of all the has changed in the world because of the decision. And it was it was a decision to to use nine eleven, which had nothing to do with Iraq as as as an excuse as an occasion to take out Saddam Hussein's regime and to change the Middle East and change the world. Think of all the tap. You know, after four days after nine eleven, I dropped to my older son off at at college at the university of Chicago, and which was just this wrenching thing. Remember the and they have. They have a ceremony there. It's sort of any invocation. Students in parents, of course, gather in the in the Rockefeller chapel, and that was on the Saturday after and they. Have a program. I remember the dean saying that parents always remember the week they they, they drop their child off at college, but that no one would ever forget the week that that you students started your college careers and and at the at the at the end of the ceremony, you walk up the street and their student monitors, and they send students one way and parents the other way. And that's the last you see of your kid. And I just remember tears rolling down my cheek as I drove twelve hours home listening.

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"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"So it's all good nice to see nice to see them standing up and and and being outed and get. It might might signal that the patients with President Trump is wearing thin even in the in some of the quarters that previously gave him a pretty wide berth. Yeah, I'm gonna Dort. I know this was shock. Everybody watching the show and certainly Willie will shock you and meek, I'm gonna dart wildly off topic for my second. We have. We have. This is unprecedented random thoughts. Candle t- pledging band. Ignatius exactly, you know, guilty. Pleasure question. I'm just curious, David, Ignatius, we talked about Serena yesterday. I know you're a huge tennis fan. You're actually up at the US open. It seems the first day reaction was little mix. It's interesting to people in the New York Times this morning to the main articles, actually blaming Serena for a clip, seeing an extraordinary moment for her opponent, of course, tipping the hat to the extrordinary nature of her successes, but also saying that she's had a history of these sort of a rupture, and they thought that it was in check. There seems to be this back and forth on whether it was ups fault, whether it was Serena's fault, you're a bona fide US open the fan. What are your thoughts? Well, I I was at the US open, although I wasn't there on Saturday for the for the women's final. I think this is a moment where tennis fans are really kind of thinking. Out about the sport. I'll give you a couple of my my thoughts. I mean, the first thing to say is Gina Williams is the greatest woman tennis player in history period. I mean, there's there's never been anybody like her who dominated the game and to watch her play is, is joy. This first thing second thing is it's true that there does seem to be a bit of a double standard in in tennis between the way at men or call for language abuse, showing their tempers. And the way women, especially Serena in this case was called the third point, and this is what marina Navratilova. One of the great champions. Somebody who's experienced discrimination or self in tennis said, powerfully in the New York Times this morning. Serena was wrong to do some of the things that she did. She, she, she herself, but you're at the game, you shouldn't. You know, if you smash Iraq like that, you're going to get. A deduction. It's just the way the game is, is a lot of discussion about whether she should have been called for coaching, but our coach himself said, yeah, I was coach ear and you're not supposed to do that. So I think the consensus among tennis fans I know is it was really unfortunate that that Europe are Carlos Ramos, felt he had to impose himself on the match this way can make himself authority issue, but it's also too bad that Serena lost it. And I think we all feel bad for the wonderful new champion. Japanese woman who had such a wonderful victory and nobody knows because of all the fewer that was surrounding the the empire Serena, right? Yeah. Yeah, I think we will see many more championships Moore, Willie. I'm really curious what your thoughts are because we didn't get a chance to ask you yesterday. I know I hate when unpire in any sport makes them selves part of a match part of a game, especially if you're in the finals of something like the US open. And I mean, you got to control it. That said again regarding Serena, yes, she should have controlled herself, but I can tell you what I'm playing sports are when I was a younger guy. Or yesterday. I mean, I'm fuel you get out there and you get into it and in some sports, you kind of fuel d- by the aggression and that is okay for men. But it is not okay for women, I guess, according to these standards and..

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"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"They had a tweet fascinating tweet that really put the numbers right there in front of the president to read. The White House is clarifying tweet by President Trump on the state of the economy, saying portion of the facts, the president put out were wrong. The president tweeted yesterday, the GDP rate, four point, two percent is higher than the unemployment rate. Three point, nine percent for the first time in over one hundred years. Exclamation point while the GDP and unemployment figures are correct. The one hundred years part is not. In fact, in that timeframe that GDP rate has topped the jobless rate more than sixty times with the most recent being in early two thousand six, the administration was forced to correct the air with chairman of the White House council of economic advisers. Kevin Hassett telling reporters yesterday, the mistake likely was the result of incorrect information being passed along to the president. The history of thought of how errors happen is not something that you know I can engage in because like from from the initial fact to what the president said that, I don't know the whole chain of command. But what is true is that it's the highest in ten years, and at some point, somebody probably conveyed it to him adding zero to that and they shouldn't have done that. So Joe, what's zero here, there attends place here there. Obviously, as I said, it happened twelve years ago and has happened many, many times in the period. The president described as this being the first. I mean, these politicians do they exaggerate usually though. That little closer, you don't usually go well, unemployment's blow four percent. If it's like four percent or four point, one percent usually don't multiply it ten times the amount, but that's what Donald Trump always does and lease. It always seems that good is just not good enough for Donald Trump what he's doing poorly. He tells everybody he's the best ever that is. White House is running, extraordinarily smooth and same with this poll numbers, but even when things are going well, even when he's he's saying the Obama recovery continue into his term. He can't just let it go. He has to gerate tenfold. That's what's so baffling because Donald Trump right now has strong economic story to tell. But instead he creates these distractions through his own unforced errors, and we'll continue to make such unforced errors as I'm sure. The midterms approach, and he's going to have to exert a level of self control as President. Obama begins to appear more frequently back in the public eye campaigning for democratic candidates. And that seems to definitely pose a threat to any stability that he might actually possess. None. Another interesting note out of this story, John Heilemann yesterday just sort of a media watch at Fox News put out a correction on Donald Trump in real time, and it was quite a stinging rebuke recent quarters of GDP growth higher than the unemployment rate, and they listed a ten to twelve a dozen or so time to that happen. It reminds me also a few weeks back when the Florida candidate for governor talked about monkeying up the economy there. The recovering their Fox News actually came on and distance themselves from to Santa's is language. Yes, me know that quote, still from the Washington Post show after the the op Ed came out the anonymous Ben came out the quote where the person said the on background quote where he said, the sleeper cells have awoken apparently the sleeper cells of also Fox News..

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"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"We meek and of course, we're the punchline, but the the column is about actually not just what's happened over the past eighteen months. But unfortunately, sixteen years of missteps, you did have George Bush's tragic overreach in Iraq, which put the elected Barack Obama. And then you had many people believing including myself. Brock Obama putting too much into a defensive crouch, whether it was the red line that was crossed star, the rise of ISIS in a vacuum more. The failure to get involved in a Syrian civil war where five hundred thousand people died. It seems that one mistake led to another mistake. And then led to the election of Donald Trump and people forget on this morning seventeen years ago, we had one hundred and thirty five billion dollar surplus. Our GDP was ten times that of China's. Our GDP was forty times that of Russia's. And while we've been fighting wars and occupying countries for sixteen years Chinese have been making strategic economic inroads in Asia in Europe in Latin America and Africa. This has not been if you look where we were sixteen years ago and where we are today for a lot of reasons. Some of which have absolutely nothing to do with Donald Trump. We have some some catching up to do. It's it's a baseline for us. This anniversary every year is something I think that automatic ponder what is American strength and how do we, how do we build and rebuild it? I wonder spy sound strange. What people are talking about today in the White House. I hope they're thinking, you know, back to that day, Donald Trump remembers his powerful moment for him as a New Yorker, but that should be for all of us. All right. We're going to be covering throughout the morning as well as some of the other top headlines this morning. It is a state of emergency from Maryland to the Carolinas as hurricane Florence barrels toward the United States as a powerful category, four storm governors in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia have issued mandatory evacuation orders impacting at least one million people ahead of the storm's landfall Florence rapidly intensified between Sunday and Monday with winds jumping from seventy five miles per hour to about one hundred and thirty miles per hour. Let's bring in Bill Karen's for more on this bills. Tracking it Bill good morning to you. It's hard to see how this one not be a multibillion dollar, whether disaster in the Carolinas possibly up through Virginia and they give you the latest in the Hurricane Center, right? One hundred and forty mile per hour winds a very strong category for we are now about nine hundred seventy five miles away from the mouth of the Cape fear river. So we still got a ways to go rough. Sixty to seventy two hours until it makes landfall or it gets close to the coast. Here's the latest in the Hurricane Center. One hundred and forty five mph winds Thursday at two AM and then Friday to one hundred and thirty mile per hour wind. So a little slower as it gets towards the close the coast as this time yesterday, and here's the huge issue. Once it gets close to the coast, it could stall on the coast, maybe stall off the coast, the Hurricane Center, has it lingering in this area for at least forty eight to sixty hours our computer models. We'll watch these over the next couple of days. All these squiggly lines are different spots where the I could be. We're still targeting Wilmington towards the Cape Hatteras area, but our European model which typically is one of our most accurate models is much further to the south towards Wilmington and still very scary close to Myrtle Beach. So we haven't ruled out anything yet for Georgetown Charleston, Myrtle Beach, although the favorite area for the worst, but eastern North Carolina. So it's still about two or three days to prep and get all your final preparations done. Meek, it looks like Thursday night and Friday is when the storm will be. Doing its most destruction. All right, Bill. Thank you very much. And.

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"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Then you had the child separation policy, then you had Helsinki. And then over the past month, you've had a barrage of legal proceedings that have gone very poorly for him. Michael Cohen coming out, his longtime fixer talkie, but all the things that Donald Trump did improperly. And then you know, it's one thing if the media says it, it's another. Thing. If Democrats say it, you've had a jury of Paul manafort's peers and other other judges outside the political realm actually saying delivering some verdicts that are pretty harsh towards Donald Trump's people towards his former campaign manager and toward Donald Trump himself. Yeah, and you can't call these outliers anymore. We have five holes in the space of a week, the president and his White House of said, well, these ABC news poll the Washington Post poll. They were wrong before the election at cetera, et cetera. When you have five polls showing pretty much the same thing in the mid thirties, that is a trend and not an outlier, no matter how much he's going to waive the Rasmussen poll. But if you look at the accumulation of of recent events alise the book op Ed, the Woodward book plus the op-ed, painting a picture of White House in chaos. It begins to explain some of the drop in those independent numbers, especially we saw that in the ABC wash. Post poll as well. People who may have given him a try, perhaps walking away now. Well, this is what I've been talking about a lot because during the run-up to the election, when we were doing focus groups with the Lord Ashcroft pose group, we were talking to a lot of hold your nose voters. And so these were people who they really didn't want to vote for Donald Trump, but they definitely working vote for Hillary Clinton. So they just chose to go ahead vote for Donald Trump, the cumulation of seventeen months of constant antics on top of the instability of international affairs. Donald Trump's pretty cavalier attitude towards things such as war they, I think that this is started to sink in a bit, and it's just something that you're not going to go out of your way to defend if you weren't that strongly invested in the first place. We have so many people like that. David, Ignatius as a lease was saying so many people. I know so many of my friends supported Donald Trump who still will tell you they support Donald Trump, though there. Offended by their tweets. They're offended by his behavior. Basically, it still is a binary choice. Well, you know what? He's not Nancy Pelosi. He's not Hillary Clinton. So I guess he's still our guy. It seems that the Woodward book is well as that op Ed in the New York Times certainly has a lot of people in that category thinking twice and starting to think, well, listen. Maybe he's just not up to the task. Maybe we look forward to a Mike Pence or a Nikki Haley running this party and running this presidency down the road. I think you're right, Joe. What striking at these numbers is that they come at a time when the economy is strong and is delivering on Trump's promise to increase the rate of growth to increase growth in particular in manufacturing jobs. So the numbers that Trump would want are coming in and I think people feel them, but even so there is this point back why my explanation of this would be that Trump's incense Trump's strategy is succeeding too well. He goes so hard for his base in these rallies. He's raucous rallies around the country fulminating against Democrats against the media, and it obviously works with the base, but I think that's turning people off that that's that's strategy. And just a final point in the time that these polls were taken, John McCain. Was in his last days or as funeral had taken place, and people watched a celebration of what normal decent American politics is. And watching that funeral, I thought, you know, there are a lot more people in America like George W Bush plus Barack Obama then like Donald Trump. I mean, that's it's that simple. You add together those two. So maybe that's what we're seeing these numbers is, is yet Trump's got his base, but increasingly, that's, that's all he's got. Joe, you have a column in the Washington Post this morning. That really looks at the gravity of the situation from twenty thousand feet..

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"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"president president trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"All of presidents President Trump's advisors talking about Russia's malign activity and that President Trump would talk about that that he would raise it. And then at that press conference, given an opportunity by myself and on the MIR from the AP he didn't raise it at all. So the question is when you when you bring out advisors like that at the White House saying, this is a big deal. This is something that President Trump is really interested in is really concerned about. Do you believe them or do you believe him. Jeff, it's really joining dec-. Donald Trump's national security advisor, John Bolton up there only because he's been Vladimir Putin's toughest critic and we talk a good bit about how Putin loathed ambassador McFaul. But I think if you lied to but falls words up next to John Bolton's Bolton's would be just as tough or perhaps even tougher. If that's even if we can even imagine that. And then you look at what John Bolton said about North Korea basically came out and said, yeah, you know what? The doing, nothing on nuclear weapons. They're continuing to to move forward and they're not adhering any of the promises that they make. That's exactly what you'd expect from John bolt and. Outside of the government, but we're hearing it from John Bolton inside the government. What can you? What can you tell us about this relationship? This tough anti-communist talk anti Russian hawk anti North Korean hawk anti Iranian hawk, how's that relationship working out with Donald Trump. Donald Trump obsequious Lee says he'll talk to the Iranians without preconditions and not from a position of strength. He's obsequious in front of Kim Jong own in these obsequious in front of Ladimir Putin morning by the way children obsequious. It's a terrific question, and it's one of the conundrums really of President Trump and his team of advisers. He seems to be happy with with ambassador Bolton, but you're absolutely right that the policies that Bolton talked about before coming into the administration are in many cases completely at odds with the man that he works for now, and it's very hard to get any information out of the NFC. That bolt leads about that. They will often say that look bulletin had positions before he came into the administration. Now his job is to serve the president, but the president also said as a candidate, I'm best adviser and he seems to be following that as a way of dealing and setting national security. Now at that he's an office. We're going to let Steve Kornacki go to bed. The guy's been up all night. But before you go, Steve Kornacki we're talking about the Muller pro. We're talking about Helsinki our voters voting in these special elections and looking ahead to the midterm, so they voting on these issues. Look, I think they're voting on one issue in these midterms. The shoe is Trump in the question with Trump is, what do you make them? What do you think is most important? Do you think it's molar think it's Russia DEA? Think it's the tweeting. Do you think it's the economy? Do you think it's what he does to his opponents? He gets them riled up. Maybe you like that it's whatever. However, you look at Trump in whatever you think of it. I think everything kind of filters through that they say midterms or a referendum. The president never been more true than now. Yeah. And in terms of the economy, this president is so unpredictable. I think there's gonna be an effect on the economy that people are already feeling. It's kind of a subtle instinctive thing. We'll talk about that Steve. Thank you very much coming up. We'll talk to Danny O'Connor. The de. Macron locked in in that Ohio special election that is just too close to call. Plus the Trump campaign comes up as a topic for the first time in the trial of Paul Manafort we'll go live to the courthouse for day seven of testimony morning. Joe is coming right back. On August. Seventh, we're going to the new member of congress. Choi. Alderson has my vote. He should have your vote..

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"president president trump" Discussed on X96

X96

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"president president trump" Discussed on X96

"Way. Beyond you, know he s store off the air this morning, said I just have no, hope and I'm, like, thanks President President Trump, yeah Says that he accepts, US Intel on Russia although he says it could be other people could. Be anyone with someone. Give me a coke please Trump stood next to Helsinki Putin in Helsinki and cast out on US intelligence communities conclusion that Russia interfered in the two thousand sixteen presidential election with the intention of helping. To elect Trump Trump he blasted the special counsel's investigation into Russian meddling as a, witch hunt and said Putin offered a strong, and powerful. Denial However Any mention in White House summaries of his visit to Helsinki Finland have failed to mention that a reporter asked Ladimir. Putin Yeah in? Helsinki did you did Russia meddle in the US elections and did you want Donald Trump to be elected president translator there There Yes, yes. Yes we did prefer. Trump we wanted Trump to be elected because we thought he would be better for Russian. Relations I. Saw I. Heard, yeah I heard. It I watched it the white White House, transcript not only that the, tape the edited the tape on the, website and also the Russian transcript does not add. That and now Donald Trump is, saying I think there's, going I'm really concerned that there's going to be Russian meddling in the midterm. Elections I think they're going to try and make sure the Democrats get elected because they are trying to stop them dry and get Democrats elected because I'm so hard on Russia Yep yep It's. Too, late We're finished say.

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"president president trump" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"president president trump" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Hour News Radio eleven, ninety j ax Great to have you it is the weekend with joepags, thanks, lot were stopping by I think Ryan's saying somebody wants my Email address we we can do that just go to December Email pags at. Joepags dot, com g. s. at j. o. e. p. a. g.. S. dot com all right. That's that's the Email address or. Just joepags dot com and. There's an Email link there will open up, your Email you send. Me an Email I'm not. Really sure what the. Topic is but make it happen pags at joepags dot, com you can do that now if you didn't get a chat message from me a, Facebook message. From me this morning telling you who's going. To be on the show let's go you got, got some great. Guests coming up. It's because you. Didn't go to my. Facebook page joepags dot com click on Facebook once you're there click on send message when you send me a message at automatically, signed you up for these updates. That I send out daily usually Monday, through Saturday and it'll be. Here the guests here's. What we're going to talk about hates pags parody coming up let's do. All that so make. Sure you stop by. And you get that done as. Well the Trump Putin summit The the reason why the left freaked out is there was a planted question that this guy Lamar Lemere whatever from the AP was going, to ask and the question was. Hitting the president against his or pitting, the American intelligence against Russia. And putting the president. President Trump on the spot now keep in mind this guy stands up. And ask the question And. You've got Putin right. There I mean the guy is right there He could have asked the question of Putin but instead he decided to try to make a fool of President Trump and the president. Did not answer the question as effectively as? I think you, should have would you now with the whole world? Watching tell President Putin would you denounce what happened in? Two thousand sixteen and would you warn him. To never do it again. All I can do is ask the question. My people, came to me Dan. Coach came to me and. Some others they, said they think. It's Russia I have. A President Putin he just said it's not Russia. I will say this I don't see any reason why it would be. I will, let me stop you there That's. The line that everybody's freaking out over it. And the, next day the president's. Corrected he said I didn't. Mean to say, would be I. Meant to say wouldn't. Be it was a double negative the sentence was. Screwed up I used the wrong word Think about. The question though will you. Now with the world watching Denounce what he, didn't tell them don't do it anymore You guys find, that to be journalism Is that what a journalist does because, the Russian leader is standing. What six eight feet away from Trump If you're, really Billy bad ass from the? AP you stand up you look at the Russian leader and you say The American people deserve to know? Did, you meddle in our elections in two thousand sixteen those stupid award, metal that role using thirty times a day now Did you do that and if you. Say you didn't do it why then did we just indict twelve Russians and let him answer it but see the whole objective was the economy's too? Good The job numbers are way too good GDP is way too good The negotiations with North. Korea, are going way too well Freedom and liberty and lower regulations. Are starting to really prosper or flourish in this country So you must ask this president something Must ask this president something. That'll, make them look like a fool unfortunately I think the president's guard. Was down and it shouldn't have been he should. Know who these people are by now He said My people say that it was. Probably Russia I'll. Say this the president of Russia's says it, wasn't Russia but I will tell. You this I can't see any reason why it would. Be Russia he says he meant, to say I can't see any reason why wouldn't, be Russia which means that he does believe that it. Was Russia, he says, he said would he meant wouldn't now it's up to you, to believe if if that's, really true but I have to go back to the..

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"president president trump" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"president president trump" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Leader mark love dan hello everybody mark levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one which we listen again to the south korean announcement that the little after seven pm eastern time tonight which is the basis for almost all the reporting at this point the seve ning this occurred exactly an hour ago go right ahead today i have the privilege of briefing president trump will my recent visit to pyongyang north korea by lacked a fact president tom the vice president and his wonderful national security team including might close fan jet on milestone ice plane took first on trump that his leadership and his maximum pressure policies together with international solidarity both toss at this juncture i trust prison wounds there is personal gratitude for president trump's leadership hi toward presidents president trump said in all of meeting north korean leader kim jong won ki's committed to nuclear rise asian keen pledged their north korea ukraine from any photo do clear off this owed tests he understands the routine joint military exercises between the republic of korea the united states must continue and he expressed his eagerness to meet president trump as soon as possible president trump appreciated felt creeping then said he would meet kim jongun by may two or cheap homeowner nuclearisation thought he probably of korea along with the united states japan and now many partners around the world remained fooling and resolutely committed to the complete denuclearisation of the korean peninsula along with president trump we are optimistic about continuing diplomatic process to test for possibility over peaceful resolution for republic of korea the united states and our partners stand together in insisting that we not if create the miss takes sculpt of pause and the pressure will continue until north korea matches this wars with concrete actions thank you near you have it now i take some solace and knowing that on our trump aside we have trump but i also understand and most of you understand that this has been a tactic of the north.

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"president president trump" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"president president trump" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"No blind quotes this is reported book excellently reported book and people who were not sure what kind of presidents president trump would be if he were elected meeting conservatives keep telling me the same thing were amazed were surprised and this is the most routinely and temperamentally not ideologically but by inclination conservative president the country's had since reagan and one at palsy basis on unquestioned the tom different they will he has a receptive congress in ways that breaking did not right even among republicans reagan's republicans were not as conservative if the republicans that trump greatly with now now he's not going to bring down the soviet union warden part for politics and for the policies emerging from this joint collaboration between this president and the most conservative congress america's had since before the great depression and on the domestic side it's working on the foreign side we will see iron at adam schiff on i want to read you an email i got from an retired an assistant united states attorney yesterday david laos men resignation that justice is a big deal as deputy assistant attorney general for national security division he was the primary supervisor over counterintelligence work in that sex he would have had a hand in the approval of the fis application on carter page he likely at a role in the decision making the clinton email investigation since his section handled cases involving leaks of classified information the decision on granting immunity allowing conditions to be attached the examination of computers would have come from his office i do not think those conditions that the fbi would have wanted on the immunity case fbi wouldn't have had the authority that would have had to come from prosecutors in net sacked the press reported that he offered his resignation yesterday effective immediately that's what happens when you were told that you're the subject of an opr or no ig investigation he was in the post since 2014 under karlin yates and lynch in the chain of command now my source is never perfect but he's very very good and been doing this for a long time are you going to ask shift the other two russian investigation what about collusion we m found that and now we got a lot of sepsis at the height just a handful of people in doj an fbi in the counterintelligence stuff and and there is this uh inspector general's report that many are waiting for about these various underlying issues.

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