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"president trump kelly" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

03:38 min | 7 months ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Has been in a successful businessman. On this year, he has been much more out there for candidates like President Trump, Kelly Leffler. David produced so Herschel Walker welcome back to the program. Hey, thank you. Thank you for having me on So first. Are the dogs going to do well against Kentucky this weekend? Now they are going to do well and I made a statement early on and I'm a hold to it. They had a tough role with Alabama. But they're going to meet Alabama and the playoffs and we may see a different story. I hope so. I hope so. So I think I mean, I was telling. I was hoping in that Alabama came that you would suit up and get out there because we needed you. Well, you know, they're gonna They're gonna be okay. I hear they got some talent and they're going to figure this out. You know, I think Coach is either in incredible coach. You gotta put something together. And then they got to go through this season and meet Alabam again. Absolutely. Hey, So as thes Final days run down. Did you imagine when you inserted yourself into this election? Because, remember when you spoke at the convention? You didn't even tell Donald Trump ahead of time you were going to be speaking. And you've gotten very involved in this election hasn't been which you expected it to be. Well, it has. You know, I've educated myself a lot on a lot of things that I didn't know. And that's one reason I think I've been involved myself, even Mohr and it because it and it entails a lot more than just voted for president. Didn't tell you all right? For freedom of speech. You were just talking about it with the girl Scouts. You know, I think it's sad that now in America, you can say something about someone I wanted to beat you up with. Somebody want to put you down? And as a god, Where do we come to that? We can't even speak our mind and tell someone what we like. We can't even say guys. I love the Lord Jesus Christ. And you, You know you can't even go to church. Where does it come to that? We can't do that. Those of freedom that we should have that we don't want to give up. I want my kids. I want my family. I won't my friends. You have those freedoms and on and I got to stand up for him. So are you going to be doing a lot of campaigning this weekend? Well, I have. I've been doing some things for President Trump. I didn't. I didn't find it because I'm not a campaign and guy, but I will speak for me. I've been doing show up the show and radio show on radio show and I together. I just want people to know the truth. I'm not out trying t anything That's not the truth and you make your own decision up, But I think when you go to the polls You need to go to the polls with the truth with everything. Not just people telling you lies. People tell you things and not right. Because then you don't. You don't know what did it say? But when you know the truth, you can make the right decision. So one more. One thing I've noticed is there seems to be a lot of very prominent or a number of very prominent African American men coming out and saying they support the president. Are you seeing a trend with an African American man? What I am saying that train after American men and you know, I hear that all the time and I want it. I want to African American women did as well. You know, they like lower lower in order. So they like things to be done, right? I don't know why they just wanted a man. But in my life, African American women is just as important as that man are and I want to see dam come over and see that that that could be something as well. They love God just like everybody else. You know you when you watch the Democratic convention They wanted to remove God out of things. Indio. If God is not in that house, there's a house I don't want to go in, and that's why I tell people that they don't want to talk about God..

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It another great American comeback stories in stopping the virus will be in the books WCDMA thirty six on the form before they are nine o'clock with the morning drive you know you're on W. C. B. another systems maker hotline is Kelly seller communications director and America first action and a former special assistant assistance rather president trump Kelly good morning welcome back to the show good morning thanks for having me hi July as we present the son of a firestorm when he tweeted out the deliberate Michigan liberate Minnesota and liberate Virginia sending a bunch of Democrats and some never Trumpers Republicans set their hair on fire on this very notion that Hey we should go would re open the economies and get back to business and the today were finding Georgia and other states now have begun to re opened Vera Connery's what is driving the left so crazy on this you know I don't know other than they want a total eclipse email collapse of our economy come November Thursday after talking points to use against the president the fact of the matter is that each state is different each state has different infection rates in each state has the ability to make these decisions on when to reopen again if you remember the reason for closing down the economy was to flatten the curve to that our hospitals wouldn't become overwhelmed and at full capacity and you're seeing in states even like New York which was hardest hit that this has not happened and so you know now that this threat is still there still very much a public health threat out there but so long is that our hospitals are able to provide support to those individuals who are most affected by this the most vulnerable and not be overwhelmed it is time for these governors to start to look at opening up you know parts of their state which has very low infection rate they might not have been that impacted as severely as you know other parts of the state the old saying in computers is giggle garbage in garbage out and the the idea of flattening the curve is so that the states can have their health care systems absorbed the number of additional patients at the core of what she was supposed to have but if the basis of that is inaccurate information then you're gonna have an excess capacity because the way this is been done and rather than looking at it in a realistic fashion yes absolutely and you're seeing a lot of states now and a lot of new information came out about antibody testing that's going on and the fact of the matter is the quantifier kids than with us for much longer then we even knew about specially in states like California there's not a million more people who are affected by this and got over this never went to the hospital facilities and rats and had a good response to it now we know that the most vulnerable or those interesting homesteaders and laugh underlying condition identifier thinking faster rate but the fact of the matter is I think as more data comes out we'll see that the infection rate of death was much higher than the analysts in the doctors even at predicted at the time but the mortality rate of this is much much lower and that is that is good news because we is the fact society cannot be under these locked out orders in perpetuity we're never going to defeat quote unquote defeat this environment is virus we're just going to have to learn to live with it and take the appropriate precautions in doing so so social distancing you know disinfecting places like gems allowing a lower capacity are all ways that we can start to reopen this economy because you know the economic devastation is it could far outweigh the health the health concerns of that we're done with Gilead Seiler director communications America first policies America first action a pro trump PAC and killing you in your previous life as a journalist in fact a reporter for Bloomberg news what are you to make of the behavior of the press during these daily press briefings of the coronavirus task force it seems the president is revealing to the American people just how badly biased the press corps is I mean it's it's it's I don't want to say it's comical watching these press briefings because a lot of good information is coming out from the scientists from the vice president from the president on updating us on what is going on however is that the heavier of the price is a bit small they're acting like democratic operatives every day focusing on the wrong questions I've long said is that we would be that better suited if we took the political press out of the three things and brought in the reporters to cover things like health care and science because these questions are they're not they're not helping anybody you know they're focusing on the lack of heavy black affecting lack access fees are not they're not worried about it all it seems like the re opening of the economy and the devastation of facts and they're so politically pointed in terms of making the president look bad every day and experts on the stage every day is that you know I would say political press the White House press corps get out of the briefing room let's bring in some reporters who actually kind of know what they're talking about when it comes to health concerns and economic concerns luckily this is really just this face time for them so we're one of the solutions to be we're not gonna have reverse shock of you asking your question you just lost your face time now perhaps you can answer questions with more substance so that when you do your report you will save this is the question that of substance I ask that individual yeah and the president has actually been doing a good job at concerning the question back on reporters like what is the price of oil you're asking me a question what's the worst you know the price of oil is do you know how many cats the state is actually received and in the call what what it is they don't know they're just trying to jab politically faced questions at the president in order to make him look bad so that the Democrats that have also to use against the president I mean that is what their main job is to grant he added to get themselves fame and attention we sell our caller read at CBS the others that is acting as a crazy question and the time the after she asked the question the president kind can matter she was tweeting about it herself like I said if the president of moderate thank god it and then gaining followers and then everyone in the press corps was lauding her in real time on Twitter it was just it's just sickening this is not this is not what we need to find in the for the full report I stood up to trump coming yeah the one page long things Kelly thanks so much Kelly Sadler cura K. structure America first action thanks.

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That's great you can reach the twenty four seven at four ten seven nine three sixteen sixteen or visit instant cash for your home dot com the CEO thank you very much as always appreciate it we'll talk again a four ten seven I three sixteen sixteen is a number reach back out to a majority eight twenty three right now traffic over there on the three is check whether the county fire just rolling up a little hard to see because of the rain to an accident northbound eighty three and it looks like this time going to be just north of Timonium road right side of the roadway so heads up now for coming up to the beltway second accident there this morning and now with the equipment on scene they're starting to block a little bit of the right side of the road having traffic oversee most traffic now getting over into the left hand lane so again that's northbound eighty three near Timonium road were flooded out downtown J. affects the ramps at Fayette street and also the J. FX rancid gay street you can access the expressway at falls way or take the Charles street ramp then make your move northbound from there I'm Chuck Whitaker with traffic and weather on the threes and talk radio six eighty WCBS weather channel play it's gonna be a rainy day to day throughout the day and a high near sixty right now forty eight in the middle rivers forty six in Reisterstown and your the morning drive with Casey and Elliott we'll talk with the special forces the president trump Kelly Saddam's gonna join us talk about liberating America and the opening up of the economy coming up at about the ten twelve minutes or so Bob's in Parkville Bob good morning good morning you have a nice weekend and Bruce so I once again congratulate you about your son.

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Person in your life Leo from me thanks a lot number nine in the number nine dollars so you can do that from Sean Spicer nothing says love like a little spice Hey that is did say somebody's got to do it to write somebody like all somebody who's like it's just me just loves from up and they're going to get that they're gonna be like oh my god this is the best thing ever thank you honey thank you thank you so much I can't believe you did this you know Spicer's my favorite on the legal immigration Kelly said that migrants are overwhelmingly good people and not all of them are rape is he said on North Korea the president's attempt to negotiate with Kim Jong un are futile because he's never going to give up his nuclear weapons and he adamantly defend lieutenant colonel Alexander vin meant was just booted from the White House resigned in the wake of his testimony on impeachment against president trump Kelly says that the president's call to investigate Biden was quote tantamount to an illegal order yeah yeah and and he said that the that the Viet Minh in his training we'll know that if somebody gives you know legal order you're not supposed to do it right you're not supposed to do it I think it Hey Kelly bolts in the battle it's the the question I think for a lot of people come election night is it going to be if politics the trump dozens stuff that he wants to do is worth it causing a lot of people feel that way I think the question for a lot of peoples gonna be do I want four more years of chaos the jet better job if Chad Benson show Hey if you like me you wanna get the most of your work outs that's why I.

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Guard Damian Lillard was injured last night he's the first sons player to make the all star team since Steve Nash in twenty twelve you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's new station KTAR news so Bruce AJ and Pamela Hughes whether it's meddling with the department of justice Sir firing walking people out the White House threatening their government career S. truck goes down his enemies list and exacts revenge the question is should the Congress in judicial system in this sense still attempt to rein him in some way shape or form or do we already know how it is going to end like with impeachment where it went almost completely to script save Mitt Romney right arm and if you already know it's a foregone conclusion why do you continue to fight this battle and I think that these are struggling with that right now like do you continue to say all right this is a bridge too far okay this is an abuse of power okay this is not how it should happen we're going to hold a hearing an investigation whatever it is or like I don't put words in a panel you can roll your eyes go here we go again yeah you know I I think that both parties are hurting his country and in ways we can't even imagine and will only be able to see the damage that is done in hindsight so we had to get through this right now but what does it look like on the other side is anybody's guess I have to admit that yeah I do a bit of the eye rolling when you find out that you know the house wants to investigate the president's getting involved apparently with the lessening the sentence of his friend Roger stone I don't think that that apparently is it yeah but you it will in all reality okay the DOJ you're saying the president didn't say this that the prosecutors in this federal case didn't run the sentencing guidelines past them and so they went out on their own so I I but that's the problem here Bruce I mean I think you just kind of highlighted at an issue that I'm not the only one struggling with it and that is what we believe and who do you believe in what's true and what's not and that's part of the problem is this story because I know I'm not getting the full story from CNN I know I'm not getting the full story from fox news I know that like anywhere you go online to try to be educated and well informed there's a slant indirectly that's annoying but I think the bigger issue is where does this end and what we look like on the other side of it you heard this morning that John Kelly the former chief of staff is I think finally finding his voice where is it bam the last couple of years he adamantly defend lieutenant colonel Alexander vin man was just booted from the White House resigned in the wake of his testimony on impeachment against president trump Kelly says that the president's call.

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Chief of staff John Kelly also a Boston native attacking his former boss at an event in New Jersey last night including the president's treatment of the key impeachment what now legal immigration Kelly said that migrants are overwhelmingly good people and not all of them are rape is he said on North Korea the president's attempts to negotiate with Kim Jong un are futile because he's never going to give up his nuclear weapons and he adamantly defend lieutenant colonel Alexander vin man was just booted from the White House resigned in the wake of his testimony on impeachment against president trump Kelly says that the president's call to investigate Biden was quote tantamount to an illegal order and is ABC's Cecilia Vega reporting at one oh seven a member of president trump's inner circle who left it to the corporate world is now heading back to the White House takes is returning to the trump White House as a counselor to the president reporting to the president's son in law Jared Kushner Hicks who left the White House in early two thousand eighteen was one of the president's most trusted advisors following him from the campaign trail to the west wing most recently she was the head of communications for the fox corporation news of her resignation two years ago came the day after Hicks testified before the house intelligence committee that she had occasionally told white lies on president trump's behalf according to a source familiar with her interview Karen Travers ABC news the White House Drake its board of selectmen approving a settlement earlier this week after Attorney General Maura Healey accuses the former town manager of violating state procurement and prevailing wage laws town managers Jim Duggan abruptly resigned last fall after the AG's investigation was made public this came amid accusations that multiple town projects were not properly put out to bid the AG's office saying they found seventeen instances of illegal procurements between twenty seventeen and twenty nineteen with projects being valued at nine million dollars it's one oh wait now I WBZ news radio it's time for business life to Bloomberg canned here's Joan Doniger Jim the jet black personal shopping services going dark Walmart is shutting it down and laying off about three hundred fifty staffers the Wall Street journal says the United losing money Walmart it abandoned plans to find investors for it if it even to talking with Microsoft about potentially partnering on the venture a sharp increase in corona virus cases reported by China has investors worrying again they're not sure what to do and stocks have been swinging from games to losses right now they're in the red the Dow down eighty one the nasdaq eleven and some Pete falling to I'm Jill Duggar Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio it's one oh nine on WBZ newsradio sports with Adam Kaufman.

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John Kelly knocks Trump for ousting impeachment witness

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

John Kelly knocks Trump for ousting impeachment witness

"Former White House chief of staff John Kelly unloading on president trump and events in New Jersey Wednesday night including his recent treatment of a key impeachment with witness ABC news senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega adamantly defend lieutenant colonel Alexander vin meant was just booted from the White House resigned in the wake of his testimony on impeachment against president trump Kelly says that the president's call to investigate Biden was quote tantamount to an illegal order Kelly also talk about illegal immigration saying migrants are overwhelmingly good people under three and he said the president's attempts to negotiate with Kim Jong on our feudal because he will never give up his

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Give a honest. It's not a wall. I'm Pam Cousteau. Fox News those words from outgoing White House chief of staff John Kelly who sat down with the L A times. Kelly highlighting the distance at least in language between himself and President Trump. Kelly telling the paper what's needed at the border is a physical barrier in certain places technology across the board and more people Kelly also revealing why he stayed eighteen months in the White House. He says military people don't walk away the federal government now nine days into a partial shutdown with both sides seemingly unwilling to budge Democrats say they have given the White House three options to reopen. The government that all three options include funding for border security, but not funding for the president's wall, which they call immoral ineffective and expensive FOX's Ellison barber. President Trump who remained at the White House over the holidays has been taunting Democrats on Twitter urging them to come on. Over and make a deal. A Missouri man is facing more than a dozen charges following a deadly shooting spree. See Charles county prosecutor Tim lomar charged. Forty six year old Richard Darren Emory with the murder of thirty nine year old Kate Katzen her eight year old daughter her ten year old son and her sixty one year old mother Jane mocal reporter, Michelle Maderas with FOX two in Saint Louis shortly after the killings police say Emory exchanged gunfire with police before fleeing on foot. He was tracked down hours later inside a convenience store covered in blood and wounded a man with a history of domestic violence has been identified as the suspect in a triple murder in southern California. David McNab, a former deputy was shot and killed by police over the weekend. After cops say, he murdered his mother sister. And a man inside their home in Santa Barbara county..

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on KTOK

"Honest. It's not a wall. I'm Pam who sell Fox News. Those words from outgoing White House chief of staff John Kelly who sat down with the L A times. Kelly highlighting the distance at least in language between himself and President Trump Kelly telling the paper what's needed at the border is a physical barrier in certain places technology across the board and more people Kelly also revealing why he stayed eighteen months in the White House. He says military people don't walk away the federal government now nine days into a partial shutdown with both sides seemingly unwilling to budge Democrats say they have given the White House three options to reopen. The government that all three options include funding for border security, but not funding for the president's wall, which they call immoral ineffective and expensive FOX's Ellison barber. President Trump who remained at the White House over the holidays has been taunting Democrats on Twitter. Urging them to come on over and make a deal. A Missouri man is facing more than a dozen charges following a deadly shooting spree. See Charles county prosecutor Tim lomar charged. Forty six year old Richard Darren Emory with the murder of thirty nine year old Kate Katzen her eight year old daughter her ten year old son and her sixty one year old mother Jane mocal reporter, Michelle Maderas with FOX two in Saint Louis shortly after the killings police say Emory exchanged gunfire with police before fleeing on foot. He was tracked down hours later inside a convenience store covered in blood and wounded a man with a history of domestic violence has been identified as the suspect in a triple murder in southern California. David McNab, a former deputy was shot and killed by police over the weekend. After cops say, he murdered his mother sister. And a man inside their home in Santa Barbara county..

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The Baltimore and wcbMcom. To be honest. It's not a wall. I'm Pam who sell Fox News. Those words from outgoing White House chief of staff John Kelly who sat down with the LA times Kelly, highlighting the distance at least in language between himself and President Trump Kelly telling the paper what's needed at the border is a physical barrier in certain places technology across the board and more people Kelly also revealing why he stayed eighteen months in the White House. He says military people don't walk away the federal government now nine days into a partial shutdown with both sides seemingly unwilling to budge Democrats say they have given the White House three options to reopen. The government that all three options include funding for border security, but not funding for the president's wall, which they call immoral ineffective and expensive FOX's Ellison barber. President Trump who remained at the White House over the holidays has been taunting Democrats on Twitter urging them to come on over and make a deal. He'll Missouri man is facing more than a dozen charges following a deadly shooting spree. See Charles county prosecutor Tim lomar charged. Forty six year old Richard Darren Emory with the murder of thirty nine year old Kate Katzen, her eight-year-old daughter, her ten year old son and her sixty one year old mother Jane mogul reporter, Michelle Maderas with FOX two in Saint Louis shortly after the killings police say Emory exchanged gunfire with police before fleeing on foot. He was tracked down hours later inside a convenience store covered in blood and wounded a man with a history of domestic violence has been identified as the suspect in a triple murder in southern California. David McNab, a former deputy was shot and killed by police over the weekend. After cops say, he murdered his mother sister. And a man inside their home in Santa Barbara county..

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To be honest. It's not a wall. I'm Pam Cousteau. Fox News those words from outgoing White House chief of staff John Kelly who sat down with the L A times. Kelly highlighting the distance at least in language between himself and President Trump. Kelly telling the paper what's needed at the border is a physical barrier in certain places technology across the board and more people Kelly also revealing why he stayed eighteen months in the White House. He says military people don't walk away the federal government now nine days into a partial shutdown with both sides seemingly unwilling to budge Democrats say they have given the White House three options to reopen. The government that all three options include funding for border security, but not funding for the president's wall, which they call immoral ineffective and expensive FOX's Ellison barber. President Trump who remained at the White House over the holidays has been taunting Democrats on Twitter urging them to come on over. And make a deal Missouri man is facing more than a dozen charges following a deadly shooting spree. See Charles county prosecutor Tim lomar charged. Forty six year old Richard Darren Emory with the murder of thirty nine year old Kate Katzen her eight year old daughter her ten year old son and her sixty one year old mother Jane mogul reporter, Michelle Maderas with FOX two in Saint Louis shortly after the killings police say Emory exchanged gunfire with police before fleeing on foot. He was tracked down hours later inside a convenience store covered in blood and wounded a man with a history of domestic violence has been identified as the suspect in a triple murder in southern California. David McNab, a former deputy was shot and killed by police over the weekend. After cops say, he murdered his mother sister. And a man inside their home in Santa Barbara county..

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A wall. I'm Pam who sell Fox News. Those words from outgoing White House chief of staff John Kelly who sat down with the LA times Kelly, highlighting the distance at least in language between himself and President Trump Kelly telling the paper what's needed at the border is a physical barrier in certain places technology across the board and more people Kelly also revealing why he stayed eighteen months in the White House. He says military people don't walk away the federal government now nine days into a partial shutdown with both sides seemingly unwilling to budge Democrats say they have given the White House three options to reopen. The government that all three options include funding for border security, but not funding for the president's wall, which they call immoral ineffective and expensive FOX's Ellison barber. President Trump who remained at the White House over the holidays has been taunted Democrats on Twitter, urging them to come on over and make a deal. Will a Missouri man is facing more than a dozen charges following a deadly shooting spree. See Charles county prosecutor Tim lomar charged. Forty six year old Richard Darren Emory with the murder of thirty nine year old Kate Katzen, her eight-year-old daughter, her ten year old son and her sixty one year old mother Jane mocal reporter, Michelle Maderas with FOX two in Saint Louis shortly after the killings police say Emory exchanged gunfire with police before fleeing on foot. He was tracked down hours later inside a convenience store covered in blood and wounded a man with a history of domestic violence has been identified as the suspect in a triple murder in southern California. David McNab, a former deputy was shot and killed by police over the weekend. After cops say, he murdered his mother sister. And a man inside their home.

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on KTRH

"Police are actively involved in a standoff at a Bugis parking lot enrichment police say the standoff started off as road rage incident that happened between a man and an off duty officer Sugarland police and fort bend county sheriff deputies are at the same trying to negotiate with a man, but the driver is refusing to talk or even get out of his vehicle. Police say that a woman and child or also inside that vehicle in national news. There's some personnel changes going on in our top government earlier today. President Trump said the White House chief of staff John Kelly will leave his position by the end of this year after lots of rumors about Kelly's seventeen month long tenure in the Trump administration. Nation was nearing its end. Trump spoke to reporters outside the warehouse where he called Kellyanne great guy and said he has replacement will be announced in the next few days. John Kelly will be leaving at the end of the year at the end of the year ad. I appreciate his service very much Kelly previously served as department of homeland security secretary was widely reported to be considered leaving his post Trump had previously said that Kelly will stay until twenty twenty. The announcement comes amid a wider shakeup of staff by President Trump. Kelly sixty eight moved over to the White House in July twenty seventeen to replace former Republican National Committee, chairman Priebus as chief of staff now earlier today Trump named army chief of staff general, Mark Miley. Make that Mark milley to succeed chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general Joseph Dunford yesterday, he announced that he had picked William bar for attorney general and Heather. The Newark for you and ambassador the east and the west forks of Sanderson a rivers are still rising above their Bank. If you live near there. Please beware. Major flooding is an -ticipant for the west fork, minor flooding, the east fork, and that will be in a few days. In international news pairs protesters have taken to the streets again today, the yellow vest in France, anyone who drives for a living is required to keep a yellow vest in their vehicle and the yellow vest has become a symbol of the movement. It's called the gills you. What originally on movement was about the increase in fuel tax. But. Has become far more than that as a general movement about an anger at people's quality of life for basically saying they can't make ends meet anymore. And they also want to see the resignation of president Emmanuel in my call. This shila Joan is about five thousand protesters in Paris in sports college football's highest is going to be handed out tonight the annual Heisman Trophy, Princeton tation three finalists all college quarterbacks tomorrow. The Texans will play the colts at noon at energy. And tonight, the Mavericks are welcoming our rockets pregame starts at four o'clock on sports talk seven ninety and then we joined the game at seven o'clock already in progress on KTAR H and Finally President George H W Bush's legacy will live on in college station where the late president was laid to rest on Thursday referred stories throughout the week. How late President Bush forty one gave people the shirt or the coat. Off his back and even after death. He continues doing for others. The Bush family foundation through the Texas. Am business school contributed to a seventy two thousand dollar check this week for five area nonprofits, honoring the late president's qualities that people here say United says Americans we should love each other. No matter what. In college station, Texas. Jeff monosso, Fox News. Once again, the east and west forks the sentence in a river are still rising above the Bank. Major flooding is intimidated for the west for minor flooding for the east fork that should go on between now and next Wednesday..

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Viewers like you? Thank you. Once again from Washington, moderator, Robert Costa. Good evening. Reporters began the day at the capitol, and we crowded around senators with our notebooks. The faces of lawmakers in both parties were strained and protesters were chanting outside there at the epicenter of our nation's cultural divide, the fate of President Trump's supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh who's been accused of sexual assault and other misconduct was on the line and by late Friday afternoon Cavanaugh was poised to become the next Justice on the supreme court. Why the key swing vote? Senator Susan Collins Republican a main set in a lengthy floor speech that she would vote. Yes. On cavenaugh giving him enough votes for confirmation. We must always remember dead. It is when passions are most inflamed. That fairness is most in jeopardy. The presumption of innocence is relevant to be advice and consent function when an accusation departs from nominees otherwise exemplary record a final vote on the nomination is expected this weekend. Joining me around the table tonight. Ashley Parker White House reporter for the Washington Post Carl Hulse chief Washington correspondent for the New York Times, Abby Phillip White House reporter for CNN and Kelly O'Donnell White House correspondent for NBC news. What a day on Capitol Hill. Amazing. When you listen to Susan Collins said that when you were watching it was this someone who was always a swing vote and just turning at the eleventh hour or versus someone who was always trying to get to. Yes. From the time. The Brad Cavanaugh was named her concern that she expressed was would he be reliable in the area of Roe versus Wade because she is one of the rare abortion rights advocates in the Republican party and her personal meeting made such a difference. But when the allegations came out when I had contact with her she was concerned about Mark judge, the friend high school era, friend of bread cavenaugh. And she was part of the group that wanted that additional FBI information he did submit to that Mark. Judge. Apparently, we don't know exactly what was said. But everyone is saying he was unable to corroborate the account given by Dr Christine Blasi for and for Susan Collins that appeared to end the issue. I think what was so profound is in many ways, she made the best reasoned calm case for Brett Cavanaugh on the court that we have heard in the whole three months that he has been a nominee. And she did it at the moment where there was the most fire and anger over his nomination in some ways, it's surprise. But she I was leaning toward being a yes, all along calm to be sure Carl, but she was pretty aggressive at times going after Dr Ford's testimony gently questioning aspects of her account. What did this whole moment? Tell us about Senator Collins is supposed maverick. Yeah. It was definitely a defining moment for she's account. She'll be remembered for this and every decision from now on that Brett Kavanagh issues when we assume he gets on the court. It will be weighed against her. I think that I agree. She wanted to get to. Yes. From the beginning. She likes Brad Kavanagh. She thinks that he is somewhat from the part of the Republican party that cheese familiar with the Bush administration as opposed to the Trump administration. I like to say that judge Kavanagh's really a Bush nominee since he comes out of that. And he's been calling her as well. Former President Bush, right? He's coming from there. And she was also worried that if cavenaugh fails, then the next nominee is going to be more conservative. She was SUV. Susan Collins has former staffer, and she was very methodical. She did her research. She did all her homework. She read all the opinions, and she put together this speech where she just went point by point by point and takes plane herself. But already the left is is mad at her. And if she decides to run again in two thousand twenty this is obviously going to be an overwhelming issue for that point about Bush. Ashley, you think about the Republican party under President Trump. They don't like his tweets sometime, but they know at the end of the day, they wanna stack the supreme court with conservatives that they like they feel like they're getting something out of this bargain. And this is really the bargain that these Republicans have made all along they don't like the tweets, they don't like the tone. They don't like the style they often sometimes don't even like the substance, but they realize that these appointments not just to the supreme court, although that cannot be overstated enough, but. Even just to sort of help stock the conservative judiciary, which has been happening very quietly behind the scenes since the president ever took office is one of the key things they care about and one of the key issues where the president is really on their side. And so they're willing to tolerate all of these other things, and if you even look at this trio of senators and again, Murkowski not voting in the direction, they want it. But everyone else when the president came out in for instance, attacked and mocked Dr Ford at that rally, Mississippi, again, everyone was gassed they could not believe it, and yet that didn't detract from this ultimate prize, which is getting a conservative in this case judge cavenaugh onto the supreme court. President Bush was calling the senators, but the was the White House deeply involved in the whip count here the president was not necessarily deeply involved because his input was it necessary. It would not have been helpful. But Don Mcgann, the White House counsel is the person the the man behind the curtain here for the White House when it comes to judicial. Nations. He's the person driving this whole thing. He is in close contact with Senate leaders all the time. He's always on the phone with the people that he needs to be on the phone with to find out what's going on. And I think we saw his input in some really key ways. For example, the op-ed that Reich having I decided to write is one that was a kind of a risk in some ways. But it seemed necessary to address a really important problem for cavenaugh, which is that even though he was perceived as Bush nominee when he got in there his testimony last week made people wonder has he just transformed into a Trump nominee has just become a different kind of supreme court Justice. And I think the White House tried to recalibrate him this week and it was necessary. Because one thing I did not hear Susan Collins talk about in her speech today was that very issue. She did not give any more credence to the idea that there were real doubts about that Kavanagh's ability to be a measured person on the court. You mentioned Mcgann, but they're another person involved in everything. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, you wrote the one story for the times this week about McConnell, giving the senators what they want an FBI investigation that goes on for another week giving them the time to talk it through such a fragile nomination. Yet McConnell seems to have got it across the finish line. Yeah. Fragile up to today with Lisa Murkowski, we didn't know what was going to happen with Senator from Alaska says mccown Mitch McConnell's thing he wants to populate the courts, this is now the second Trump nominee. He'll be able to say that he put on the court, and it's interesting about them. Again, you have to remember Brett Cavanaugh wasn't on Trump's original list of nominees, and there was some machinations to get him onto that list because he's a creature of Washington. And that Trump wasn't maybe gonna look that favorably on this. But the great victory for Mitch McConnell. He was certainly relieved after Susan Collins speech, and you know, he gave her. The shoutout said this was an inspirational speech and one of the best speeches. I've seen in the history of the Senate because it saved him because he was going to the conservative community is, you know, it's still a little issues of Mitch McConnell. And let's let's talk about that suspicion because the conservative community in the Senate on the outside. They're all watching cavenaugh a little rattled by what happened with this testimony and before Senator Collins defended judge Kavanagh's credentials on the Senate floor today. The judge is Abby said presented his own defense in the Wall Street Journal in an op-ed he wrote he was quote to emotional last week when senators questioned him and his accuser, Dr Christine Blasi four. He wrote, quote, I know that my tone was sharp. And I said if you things I should not have said he added going forward you can count on me to be the same kind of judge in person. I have been for my entire twenty eight year legal career hard-working, even keeled open minded, independent and dedicated to the constitution in the public good. So he's writing that not for the audience, President Trump Kelly for the moderate Republican senators like Senator. Mccaskey of Alaska yet Rakowski in the know call it was a big high-profile op Ed with a very limited audience and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska had also been pretty clear that she had issues that were very homestate often when we're trying to understand someone to vote look to their home and for her the Affordable Care Act, pre existing conditions something very important in Alaska, and there were reasons to be concerned about that in his record and native American indigenous people sovereignty federal lands issue that does not come up in a lot of places, but in Alaska, it matters, and it matters so much in her own history because her right in election. Say one of the greatest comebacks she'd been beaten by a tea party conservative the voters in Alaska wrote in all the letters that spell out Murkowski and many of the Alaskan indigenous people were among her most strong supporters, and so this was predictable. But she was pained and she talked about believing that he's. Is a good, man. But not the right man in this moment for the red state, Democrats, you think about Senator Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota. Whenever siblings said this week she had to vote. No because she needed to be able to look at herself in the mirror when she brushes her teeth. Well, from the Republican side in the White House side, they were practically gleeful about the way this was playing out because they recognized it was going to put a lot of these red state Democrats in an incredibly difficult situation. But I think the way she voted and the sort of moral dilemma, she seemed to face gets a lot of these issues. It wasn't just about a nominee to the supreme core conservative judicial philosophy. What you had was issues of. He said she said and temperament and alcohol abuse or lack thereof and gender and politics and legacy all crashing up against this metoo era, which is rapidly changing and shifting. So these senators weren't just considering one thing they weren't considering only do they believe Kevin Iro. Do they believe Dr Ford, but they were considering sort of the full spectrum of what does this vote mean for women? What does this mean for women who were victims of sexual assault, and it was all re re ripped into this very potent mix, and it changes the court potentially for a generation to come tilting it to the right? Yeah. And that's why the stakes are so high especially for someone like high-camp if her race were much closer. I think there's a sense right now that Jerez is really spreading at she's losing. And if it were much closer, this would actually be a much more difficult decision for her. But as it were if she's going to lose, there's probably a sense that she. He ought to make the morally right decision for her about where she wants the court to be going forward. But that's why the stakes are so high for Democrats and Republicans right now this was the ballgame for Republicans. I think even if they have lost some political capital in this fight. It would have been worth it for someone like Mitch McConnell because you can't get a do over on a supreme court seat. The next time a seat comes up in may or may not be in Trump's term. We've already heard talk of if it's toward the end of Trump's might stay open until the next election. This could be the last shot, and they needed to take it because this is changing the court for an entire life despite all the bruises and the battery was involved in this because it was painful for everyone..

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"That is the toll free number let's jump into the famous revolution soft loss new center where douglas at has are snowy forecast i come morning john well those events in florida's prompted a lot of a copy cat sometimes a more real threats around here a thirty say two teens who phoned to school threatening to a boston tv station are now under arrest their freshman at rockland school they were charged with making terroristic threats this is just one of several incidents that occurred friday in the wake of the florida school shooting chief of staff john kelly says the white house must do better with handling security clearance processes after abuse allegations arose against a couple of aids at or close to president trump kelly sent a mess on friday to top white house officials which he proposed several changes including limiting interim clearances and making sure that people don't have anything damaging in their background before they work that close to the president ceremony to mark the fifteenth anniversary of the station i love fire set for sunday has been postponed until may it will be held on the new park in west warwick where one hundred people died in two thousand and three in wpro sports the us men's hockey team has been shut out by the russians or zip as the teams wrapped up paul play at the olympics us goaltender ryan's opolskie allowed four goals on 26 shots with the loss the us is now guaranteed to have to play in the qualification round on tuesday we have a winter storm warning in effect it starts at seven o'clock tonight run still seven in the morning it'll be a pretty quiet afternoon leading up to it uh with a high of thirty nine degrees sunshine foul by clouds then followed by snow nine ten o'clock tonight it will be a heavy wet snow three to six inches could be over by a breakfasttime tomorrow then clouds will give way to some sun in the afternoon tomorrow high forty six degrees in uh into the 50s 60s as we get into midweek the snow won't be around for long from the new england truck solutions traffic center here is your courtesy auto group regional traffic chat response by navigating credit union home of the journey checking and pop money easy banking from your.

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo news breezy today we may see some rain this morning showers for the afternoon a high near fifty a few showers continuing overnight as into tomorrow morning bus so we're clear off and see partly sunny skies for your friday near 48 sunshine on saturday may be some showers on sunday little bit allied shower activity from about the everett area north toward the skagit county this morning it up into the cascade foothills not seeing any of that here in seattle it's partly to mostly cloudy and fifty one degrees twenty minutes of nonstop news continues on komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven and komonewscomfire it's 45 it's the komo morning israel thursday taylor van cise at the editor's desk and with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor bar tough doors this morning include a twoyear budget who comes to a vote in the us senate today lawmakers have to sign the deal before midnight to avoid the second government shutdown this year the senate is expected to pass the budget and said it to the house for final approval democratic leader nancy pelosi's book for more than eight hours straight on the house floor yesterday protesting the bills lack of immigration reform north korean tanks are rolling down the streets of pyongyang ahead of the winter games in north korea held a military parade in the nation's capital today south korea's yonhap news agency says as many as fifty thousand people were at the events more than thirteen thousand soldiers took part white house chief of staff john kelly says he was shocked to hear accusations of domestic violence against a top aide to president trump kelly maintains that he thought steph secretary rob porter to be a man of true integrity and honor kelly explained of the those words described the man that he's come to know since joining the trump administration porter has resigned under pressure philadelphia going all out today celebrating the eagle's super bowl victory the parade starts at eight o'clock hour time in south philly roles north of the city hall then honda benjamin franklin parkway to the philadelphia museum of art public schools offices and courts are all closed their today komo news time five forty seven some new developments in the death of a border patrol agent named robelly old martinez last november let's go to our komo news line abc news crime and terrorism alice brad garrett is with us good morning brand gidwani manda what's the latest.

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on WGTK

"Emme twenty one minutes after the hour on the michael medved show speaking with kaley mankin any she was a very prominent surrogate spokesperson for the trump campaign during the campaign she is now a spokesperson for the republican national committee and she's the author of a first book it's already a best seller it's called the new american revolution the making of a populist movement and surprise surprise israeli about the trump campaign and the future for president trump kelly right before the break of don in philadelphia who is a a former leader of the tea party as a matter of fact he's a regular caller to this to the show uh don was saying that president trump is a fraud he's not a real conserving of dawn's been a real conservative for years and years and years and that president trump will destroy the conservative movement and has a real chance of destroying the country uh your reaction or response to don in philadelphia why would ask god agar lifelong conservative by pow and he how proclaimed it wanted to well you know what is it that you don't like about trump president cleared at a record number of conservative circuit court judges appointed and confirmed or the record number of regulation three hundred for the first year of a presidency and modern time or the first tax cuts go in three decades we've seen since the reagan years uh step by step built by bill action by actions president a conservative one uh taking a lot of people by surprise you know you know ted cruz standing staunchly behind the president who was his conservative opponent for so long so you know what is it dawned that udl lake and i would also note that the anti trump move mansur never trumpers were always wore relegated to a.

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"president trump kelly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"president trump kelly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A cigar then cocoas yoga threes made with a hundred percent france an artificial and thank goodness on the go find is in the africa style today not on skin wbz news time 300 a joining us now mark mills from bloomberg business good afternoon good afternoon where we have stocks mixed but not moving very much even as the threat of war with north korea has subsided retail sales had their best monthly growth of the year in july that's boosting speculation that the federal reserve might raise interest rates again later this year bond prices were lower on that news we have the dow jones industrials up eighteen points that's the best we've seen and today twenty two thousand twelve on the dow the sp 500 now up a point nasdaq off one point so that's a pretty good center numbers compared to where we've been most of the day big pharma is having a big tobacco moment as litigation over opioids attract star lawyers and a growing list of states and local governments seeking their own multibillion dollar payout to deal with cost of a burgeoning drug epidemic today south korea became the sixth south care our line of became the sixth stage to sue opioid makers alleging they have created a public health crisis and should pay ford the bloomberg massachusetts stock index down fourtenths of a percent of mutagenic waltham is up nine percent we see no news reports to drive that move but it's a big one and shares of framing airbase tj extra gaining three quarter of a percent on a good earnings report out today business news at eight and 38 past the hour i'm mark mills bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 mark thank you well the next white house staff shakeup could leave steve bannon on the outside sources tell cbs news today that president trump's chief political strategist may soon be gone perhaps by the end of this week now bannon has a history of clashing with members of the national security team for one and despite his close relationship with president trump kelly is now on the job and this could be part of that will have more that in a minute but right now here's his and page with usatoday pays curley got some problems but they may only cautionary notice that we've heard this.

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