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Fresh update on "press secretary" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:28 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "press secretary" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Making Light for the soul of our state begins to make sure that Stacey Abrams is not going to be our governor or the next president Incumbent Brian Kemp will ren Georgia's Republican gubernatorial primary He's expected to face Democrat Stacey Abrams the projected winner of the democratic primary Former NFL player Herschel Walker won Georgia's Republican primary Politicians are missing this country up But don't you worry I'm here to help fix it And former Trump press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders projected to win the Republican gubernatorial primary in Arkansas I will be getting sworn in as the very first female governor of the state of Arkansas She's the daughter of former Arkansas governor Mike.

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How Do We Get Poor People Out of the Projects?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

How Do We Get Poor People Out of the Projects?

"Charlie, this question's for you. How do we get underprivileged people out of the projects? Well, the question of how to get poor people rich isn't a mystery. It's not by giving them stuff to do nothing to proving their schools, which I'm sure we can agree on. Rebuilding the family, entrepreneurship, we know how to get poor people richer and we do the opposite. So I would agree with you that education is part of it, but I think that that's been a lot of myth making as well. I

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Fresh update on "press secretary" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

01:00 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "press secretary" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Of a deadly mass shooting 18 students and two adults were killed after a gunman opened fire at an elementary school in ivaldi Texas A visibly emotional President Biden who often speaks about his own grief from losing loved ones so the parents who lost a child in the mass shooting at a Texas elementary school will never be the same To lose a child it's like having a piece of your soul ripped away The president saying it's time to turn pain into action reiterating his call for an assault weapons ban When we pass the assault weapons ban mass shootings went down on the law expired mass shootings tripled Karen Travers ABC News Washington The shooting bringing an early end to the school year superintendent Hal Harold We will have grief counseling and support at the civic center for our students our staff community members anybody that needs to come Police believe the 18 year old gunman acted alone A number of states holding primary elections today ABC News is projecting that former Trump administration press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders will win the Arkansas Republican gubernatorial primary Her father's former governor ABC News is also projecting that incumbent Brian Kemp will win Georgia's Republican gubernatorial primary What a great.

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Are White People Discriminated Against Today? Briahna Gray Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 3 d ago

Are White People Discriminated Against Today? Briahna Gray Explains

"Are being discriminated against today? I mean, look, I'm an old head about some of this stuff. The kids, the kids are taking us in a different direction. I think a lot of the kids today, they don't believe in that sort of thing. They believe in they don't believe in sex only education, sex segregated education. My mother went to a girls school, Jane Adams and Cleveland, Ohio, and she said that was a really good experience for her, but there's research that says it's confidence building for girls to be not competing with boys in their math class. Totally agree with sexual education. You know, a lot of people were frustrated about the integration of boy scouts, et cetera, et cetera. I was. And there's another school of thought that says, you know, if the problem fundamentally is that girls aren't able to have space in the classroom, can we get, can we address that as root instead of having to perpetuate segregation? Sex segregation in this case, in order to do it. And I'm not a sociologist that I can't say what the best way to do it. What I will say is this. I think there is a difference intent matters. And I think that historically, the reason for having race segregated housing, having a black dorm, for instance, which by the way, even though they're often black, like houses and stuff, there were also integrated all black people. Or the international. I'll give you a couple other examples, but I'll let you finish your point. So the point was that in when you're a super minority in a space, it's nice to have some place to go or you're not watching your peas and cues where you can feel like you have a sense of community the same way that international students might have a house. And maybe maybe we are past that, maybe we don't need that anymore. HBCUs now or some like 30, 40% non black, you know, they're very diverse now. So I don't know. I'm not to say that that whether or not that is necessary today. But I will say there's a difference. And I think you'd agree in saying, I want to have a space to be away from racism versus I want to keep you out of my institution because I think you're racially inferior. I think they're sinister

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Fresh update on "press secretary" discussed on Sound ON

Sound ON

00:47 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "press secretary" discussed on Sound ON

"Just getting word that lift is going to pause hiring and reduce budgets to reduce costs this according to The Wall Street Journal Recapping stocks lower S&P down 32 a drop of 8 tenths of 1% ten year yield 2.75% I'm Charlie pellet that is a Bloomberg business flash You're listening to Bloomberg sound on with Joe Matthew on Bloomberg radio As we change course with breaking news thanks for joining us a terrible story that is unfolding from Texas as you read on the terminal 14 kids one teacher killed in mass Texas school shooting We heard a short time ago from governor Greg Abbott There are families who are in mourning right now And the state of Texas is in mourning with them Want to warn you that this is still in the early going here But the governor does say that the shooter killed 14 students And one teacher using a handgun In 18 year old shooter a valdi high school shot and killed by officers two officers were hit According to the governor not hurt seriously And as we were just discussing with Rick Davis Jeannie chanson was with us as well our panel There are a lot of different ways to get to this But a lot of it feeds of course the controversy around crime here in this country If you flip the coin on that it also feeds the debate around access to guns Genie I'd like to get your take We had a moment with Rick but I didn't get to hear from you on this We're supposed to be talking about primary day here And these are big issues that will last through this cycle and likely straight through 2024 That's right I mean it's incomprehensible And I think the governor put it right Horrific and incomprehensible 14 elementary school kids Those are babies And their parents are supposed to be uniting with them after school reportedly Thursday was their last day of this school year And they will never go home It is reminds all of us of sandy hook But this is these are not isolated incidents obviously in the United States And that's the problem Gun violence in the U.S. has surged beginning in 2020 This is a continuation of what was a horrific weekend the shootings in Buffalo but when you see this impacting kids and babies people in school who are supposed to be learning it speaks to everything from guns to violence to mental health a young man apparently 18 year old dead now who did this So by every stretch this is something that is going to play into these primaries into these elections but it has going back decades in the United States We've made very few strides at the national level Great strides at the state and local level but at the national level very few strides when it comes to either gun control or mental health It has to be addressed and it hasn't yet been And that is shameful for all of us We're hearing from The White House now The president has been briefed on this as you would suspect Rick karine Jean Pierre the press secretary says his prayers are with the families impacted by this awful event And he will speak this evening when he arrives back at The White House Is that the right move Sure This will be something that I think every American wants to talk about to grieve for the people in Utah You know Texas And I think it's the job of the president to try and put some kind of focus on this I think having Joe Biden in his ability to empathize with the American public around this troubling event is actually a really good use of this president's time and attention right now There are so many other crises that he has had to deal with But none probably more important than the health and safety of our own people in the country here And there are so many things to unpack from this So many issues that have gone along too long That haven't been addressed And I think his tone and tenor tonight would be a good time to start that discussion and plan to have it throughout the course of the balance of this year at least because we have to find solutions to this that people can sign on to regardless of their ideology or their geography What are those solutions Are we going to start talking solutions tonight or is it too early for that for this president You know it's never too early to start talking solutions because this is not again an isolated incident Tinge of politics could backfire though It can backfire but you know what That should be nobody's concern and particularly this president We have babies in the United States being killed on a daily basis We have the largest number of mass shootings that we've had And this is going on and on It has to be addressed the problem is how is it going to be addressed Can you move anything like this through the U.S. Congress today And sadly the answer is no I mean I sat on television after sandy hook and said it is incomprehensible that we will not see federal action after you see 26 babies murdered in their school And yet we saw no federal action much to the dismay of the pred then president Obama and much of the rest of Congress but that is the reality of a Senate in which you have a filibuster that was used to stop action Which by the way large majorities of Americans support common sense gun control It is not a hard thing to pull on or find that That's different about this time though What's different Rick from newtown the numbers were even more horrid The stories were mainstream people promised change and we're still talking about it Yeah I think it's time First of all I think that we should have a higher expectation by Congress than thinking that this has anything to do with getting more than 51 votes We should have a hundred votes in the United States Senate for a change right People have to understand that continuing ignorance of this issue ignoring what is happening in our own country with violence significantly increasing over the last few years needs a direct and massive attack massive approach to fixing this problem It's not just hardware It's also mental illness And I think all those things need to be taken into consideration Another redefining story in 2022 This is Bloomberg Why do home They say it's where the heart is They also say it's wherever you make it They don't say it's.

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Briahna Gray: There's a Way to Talk About Race That Is Superficial

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 3 d ago

Briahna Gray: There's a Way to Talk About Race That Is Superficial

"But let me ask you a question, do you think the hyper focus of race in our national conversation detracts from having that kind of class based discussion? Sometimes. I think that there is a way to talk about race that is painfully superficial, and which focuses on the grievances of frankly elite minorities, more than the issues. I'm just curious. So for example, during the campaign cycle, there was a real spurt of attention directed toward the issue of the maternal maternal health gap. So the maternal mortality gap in the country means that black babies have really high mortality rates that are comparable, frankly, to some much less developed countries. The third world, sure. And people were concerned about that. And the story got highlighted in some part because Serena Williams had a very high risk pregnancy and almost died. She was complaining about pain and the doctors were ignoring her. And she ended up having some kind of deep vein from gross blood clot basically. I'm not a doctor. She has some kind of blood clot that if she hadn't really been forceful about it and gotten it checked out and if she weren't as powerful and rich and privileged as she is, she probably would have died like many women in this country do disproportionately black women in this country do die. And it's a real problem, right? As a progressive, my focus is to say, whatever the biggest determinant of an unequal health treatment in this country, a big one is that we have a two tiered system and people who are on our poverty program Medicaid tend to not be seen by high quality doctors. They tend to be ignored. They tend to move around a lot and not see the same physicians in a repeat basis. A lot of things that result in them having lower standards of care. And my solution would be to say, while I would love to sit here and give doctors diversity training and magically convince them and not be racist and pay more attention to Serena Williams or whatever. I don't really see that happening. And I don't really see that as the government's role, what we can do is make sure that everybody has a universal stained healthcare system so that doctors are disproportionately treating poor patients or stuff. But the thing about Serena Williams is to say, there are the kinds of issues that get talked about in mashable attention. Are those race issues that affect affluent black people? So in addition to everybody else, but affluent black

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Fresh update on "press secretary" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "press secretary" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"WTO P news 1153 the four candidates for D.C. mayor debating last night and among the issues before them rising crime At the debate hosted by ABC 7 there were big promises like this from James butler who says he'll hire 500 to 700 cops in four years I will make D.C. one of the safest cities in America D.C. council member trayon white said solutions start with more programs for the city's youth After school programs mentors recreation centers mayor muriel Bowser and council member Robert white sparred Simply false statements Over whether her administration has been proactive We can't wait to lose more brothers and sisters both in our city unnecessarily before we have a plan The mayor says there are many parts to her proactive crime plan Hiring a violence interrupters from the community to stop crime before it happens The election is June 21st Kyle Cooper WTO news MSNBC has announced that former White House press secretary Jen Psaki will join the cable news network this fall She'll appear on shows across the network as an analyst and began hosting a streaming program in early 2023 Psaki will also participate in special election programming on NBC MSNBC hired Simone Sanders the former spokesperson for vice president Kamala Harris to helm a show earlier this year Pandemic related stress may be causing people to lose their hair But there are some good news about it It is not permanent We don't know exactly how the virus creates or causes hair shedding Doctor Jamie Goldberg is a dermatologist with Kaiser permanente talking about the COVID hair shedding connection We do think it's related to our bodies immune response to the virus This creates a lot of inflammation And that somehow affects the hair follicles and causes the hair to shed in more amounts than what's normal Goldberg says the condition can come on between one two three months after being sick and can last four or 5 months before here begins growing back again Christy king WTO P news A Northern Virginia woman has agreed to pay a fee of more than a $100,000 to settle a fraud case against her involving COVID relief money the Justice Department says latifa Brooks of McLean lied about her income and submitted fake tax returns last year They say she was able to get around $40,000 from the paycheck protection program in loans and then have those loans forgiven Honey news a 25 and 55 Here's Jeff clay bong Mark the Dow's down 286.

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Is America Systemically Racist? Briahna Gray Shares Her Thoughts

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 3 d ago

Is America Systemically Racist? Briahna Gray Shares Her Thoughts

"Moving to the first question since we didn't get to it. Brianna is America's systemically racist. There you go. There's systemic racism, of course, in America. There are systemic poverty. There's a lot of, look, I think we should probably start by talking about the word systemic with the worst systemic means. It means that we're not any longer talking about the realm of this person with mean to me. This person didn't give me a job because they didn't like the cut of my jib or they didn't like that I was a woman or they didn't hire me because I was primarily a number of things that go on in people's lives. Those kind of one off instances of oppression, a discrimination. Of course, exist. For people who are in members of protected classes and people who aren't members of protected classes, I could not hire you because I don't like your shirt and there's nothing to lock and do about that. But of course that would exist, but then we wouldn't call that systemic oppression if even if we would call that wrong. What we mean when we say systemic is that we have institutions in our country, whether it's something like our institution of laws, whether it's our prison system, whether it's our education system. And because we're human beings, and because we're flawed as we're putting together these systems, because there's always room to perfect the systems that we have made by our own human fallible design. There are often the same kind of biases in interest that we have are baked into those systems. And it's not about someone necessarily sitting around the Ferris leasing or I'm going to get you sucker. But the reality is when you look at the way the world is designed and outcomes aren't always indicative of a problem. But sometimes they are. And so when you see something like for instance, regardless of the race of the perpetrator, regardless of the race of the criminal. You are four times more likely to get the death penalty. If the victim is white versus that the victim is black. Now this is regardless of the person who did the killing was white or black. If you kill a white person and we're likely to get the death penalty that the black person, this is an interesting thing to think

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Fresh update on "press secretary" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:35 sec | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "press secretary" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"And Brian Kemp It's gotta happen Stacey Abrams would be an unmitigated disaster for the people of Georgia Abrams is running for governor on the democratic side Former Trump White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is running for governor as a Republican in Arkansas We have been all over the state travel all 75 counties incredible enthusiasm everywhere we've been and I feel like we're in a great spot because of it In all 5 states are voting including Alabama Texas and Minnesota Today marks the third month since Russia invaded Ukraine at the Davos economic forum NATO's Jens Stoltenberg points out the economic impact of the war These massive sanctions reminds us of one of the important lessons from this conflict That we should not trade long-term security needs for short term economic.

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Charlie Doesn't Believe Systemic Racism Exists

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:22 sec | 3 d ago

Charlie Doesn't Believe Systemic Racism Exists

"Don't think systemic racism exists. So the bird improves on you. There's racism, individual racist, disgusting, reprehensible. We'll agree on that. But the systems themselves are not racist. There's nothing that I can do that you can't do. You went to Harvard. It's pretty awesome. I didn't. So that's not a racist country. So yeah, the burdens on you to prove it.

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Bernie Sanders' Press Sec. Briahna Gray Joins Charlie for a Debate

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 3 d ago

Bernie Sanders' Press Sec. Briahna Gray Joins Charlie for a Debate

"Welcome to another episode of debate night. We're joined by founder of turning point USA Charlie Kirk and former press secretary to Bernie Sanders journalist and co host of bad faith podcast Brianna joy gray. Tonight's topic is systemic racism in America. I'll start with you, Brianna. Can you start with your opening statements, please? Sure. Well, thank you, Charlie, for the invitation. I'm glad you accepted. Look, there are a lot of things that people struggle with in this country every day. 40% of Americans even before this pandemic and the economic crisis that has accompanied it. Couldn't respond to a $400 emergency. If we think of what that means, when we think of all of the emergencies that can come up that exceed $400 in cost, whether it's making rent, whether it's a medical bill, whether it's bailing someone out of jail, you can imagine a lot of circumstances that are really life-changing. If you can't come up with that $400. And I think I just wanted to start by saying that 'cause sometimes I think the conversations that we have, especially kind of in our professional context on the Internet, where there's a lot of different incentives to talk about a lot of different things. Sometimes miss the forest for the trees. And so why I think conversations about systemic racism are ultimately important is because it's one factor among the many, the tapestries of things that are causing people not to be able to fully maximize their ability in our society. And I think people across the political spectrum talk a lot about freedom. It's one of our founding ideals as Americans. But I think often we talk about the freedom to do what we want affirmatively and not the freedoms from not the restrictions that come when you aren't able to have your basic needs met. You know, have your basic housing needs a base of food needs basic education means the things that you need to succeed. And for some quadrant, some cohort of Americans, systemic racism has been a barrier. And we need to talk about systemic racism because in a lot of people's imaginations racism exists as a bad guy and a clan's hood and these kind of stereotypes very explicitly denying people's service explicitly denying people a right to use the bathroom, the kind of racism that we understand from the

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Pentagon spokesman John Kirby moving to White House

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 d ago

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby moving to White House

"The Pentagon's press secretary is heading to The White House We'll take questions John Kirby has long been a Pentagon fixture a retired two star admiral who was top spokesman for the navy a joint chiefs chairman and the Defense Department itself along with the State Department This is a repositioning of forces a person familiar with the matter says Kirby is leaving The Pentagon to handle National Security Council communications as The White House deals with several foreign policy challenges Kirby was said to have been in the running to replace press secretary Jen Psaki and will now work closely with successor Kareem Jean Pierre including occasional White House briefing room appearances Sagar Meghani Washington

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'Trumponomics' Author Stephen Moore on Biden's New Press Secretary

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:06 min | 5 d ago

'Trumponomics' Author Stephen Moore on Biden's New Press Secretary

"Seen. He's the author of trumponomics. He's back at the conservative mothership, the heritage foundation has senior fellow. Welcome back to America first, one on one, Stephen Moore. Hi, Sebastian, great to be with you. And if you're hoping that I can explain that answer from our new press secretary, I have a brain I can not. I couldn't make heads or tails. Why don't she was saying, it was actually kind of awkward, and I felt a little bit sorry for her, actually. You know, she was kind of partially reading from the notes and just reading a script, even though it had nothing to do with what the question was about. But look, all of this, all of these policies, I'm an 8 from Joe Biden. She's just a mouthpiece spitting out that the sound bites that The White House has been putting out. But I think what's really more important than those crazy statements that were made in that press conference was, you know, you have somebody now, you know, who's the Jeff Bezos who runs one of the largest companies in the world who is a Liberal Democrat Sebastian, who's saying, wait a minute, none of this stuff is going to

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Just When You Think It Couldn't Get Worse Than Jen Psaki...

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:31 min | 5 d ago

Just When You Think It Couldn't Get Worse Than Jen Psaki...

"We have a new press secretary at The White House. How did she perform? Well, let's have a look if she knows about economics. The very basics about economics play cuts. How does raising taxes on corporations lower the cost of gas because we use car, the cost of food for every day, Americans? So look, I think we encourage those who have done very well. Especially those who care about climate change to support a fair tax code that doesn't change. It doesn't charge manufacturers workers, cops, builders, a higher percentage of their earnings, that the most fortunate people in our nation and not let that stand in the way of reducing energy costs and fighting this existential problem if you think about that as an example. And to support basic collective bargaining rights as well. That's also important. But look, by not without tax code, which is what I'm talking about, then manufacturing workers cops. It's not fair for them to have to pay higher taxes than the folks that are not paying taxes at all. They say takes a big man to admit his mistakes. I'm going to do it right now. I thought we couldn't have a worse press secretary than Jen Psaki. Oh, how wrong I was. She was asked about corporate tax rates and inflation and replied with climate change, police officers and collective

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Karine Jean-Pierre's 'Hits' When Talking About Donald Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 5 d ago

Karine Jean-Pierre's 'Hits' When Talking About Donald Trump

"I saw Montage last night on Tucker Carlson's show. Of Kareem Jean Pierre. She's made a number of cable news appearances all, of course, on MSNBC and CNN and left leaning networks. Listen to the hits, condensed in one 62nd Montage of the brand new White House press secretary. Donald Trump is running a racist campaign. The grand wizard of the birther movement, which birtherism is inherently racist. By the way, he's a racist and a bigot, which we are already new. Walks like a racist, talks like a racist, acts like a racist. It is a racist. And we saw all these awful voter suppression laws, which is really racism, just across the country. And we have a racist president in The White House. Who really pushes his racism like a peacock, because I'll say this, we knew Donald Trump was a racist. I wanted to ask you just change the topic for just a quick second about Donald Trump's racist tweets. The systemic racism and how that has affected our country. Donald Trump is the most outwardly racist president that we have seen in generations. This country needs to start talking about uprooting institutional racism. Fox News was racist before coronavirus. They are racist during the coronavirus, Fox News will be racist after the coronavirus. That's my favorite clip. Fox News was racist before the coronavirus during the coronavirus and post coronavirus. Now, according to her network that she used to work for, coronavirus had been going anywhere, it surging, and we all should be terrified. More on that in just a moment.

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New 'disinformation' board paused amid free speech questions

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 d ago

New 'disinformation' board paused amid free speech questions

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Peter Doocy Inquires Why Biden Goes to Buffalo, Misses Waukesha

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | Last week

Peter Doocy Inquires Why Biden Goes to Buffalo, Misses Waukesha

"Peter doocy remains my hero, the Fox News White House correspondent. If you remember yesterday's show, I said I sure hope Peter doocy asks. Jean Pierre, the new White House press secretary, why is Biden rushing to buffalo when he didn't go to walk a Shaw? Wisconsin. Well, maybe he's listening because he did. How can the president is visiting buffalo after a senseless tragedy there, but he couldn't visit block a shot after 6 were killed and 61 injured in an attack on a Christmas parade there. I mean, he's visited many communities, buffalo, he was, you know, he's able to go tomorrow to buffalo. Before the trip, that is something that was important for him to do. But he has visited many other communities. This is not buffalo is not the first community sadly that he has to go up to because of a violent attack. So that's not the first one. So he's been to many others. Now that's comedy. Yeah, because there's been a lot of black men mowing over white Christmas parade goers. That's happened a lot. He just didn't happen to go to that

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"press secretary" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

LGBTQ&A

05:11 min | Last week

"press secretary" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

"It doesn't send a message and popular people respect him. You're talking about bring him bringing along also the religious community, the black religious community, and so that was an important move when he did that. Because now it's kind of amazing that enforce your ears, no democratic candidate could have been anti gay marriage. Yeah, yeah, now you can't. Now it would be out of step, you know, very, very out of step. And to be fair to vice President Biden, he was the one that first, I don't know if you remember in 2012, he came out first and supported marriage equality and then Obama did. That's pretty unique for them to have split like that. And Biden is an older Irish Catholic man and he was there. So in 2012, when Barack Obama announced that his position changed or evolved, he cited conversations with Friends, family, coworkers, staff, did you feel like a personal victory? I would assume so, 'cause when I left, like I said, I was out. There was no secret. And when I left The White House to go work in the administration, you do this Oval Office kind of goodbye with the president. You take a picture with the president and your family. And I brought my girlfriend at the time. And he knew I was going to go to move to Chicago to work on the reelection. So he was very respective of it. Very very respective, very supportive. Of our relationships. Everyone who was there, that had a same sex partner. And I think he was always ready. I don't think he was, I don't think he wasn't. I think it's the being out publicly was the step that he took. But he was always in support of us. You're saying with a political calculation. I mean, that's, you know, that's politics, right? That's kind of the name of the game. But, you know, I think he was hoping to move, help move the country with where he was. You know, it's like you kind of have to get the country there or people feeling where get them to educate them and get them to that point. And then he came out publicly. That's fascinating. Now, what the girlfriend you mentioned? Yeah, yeah, yeah. I don't want to move past that because you wrote that you got to work at The White House around 7 a.m.. You didn't leave before 9 p.m. and that if your boss would email you at 2 a.m. you expect a response ASAP. Yeah. That just sounds horrible to me. It's tough. I was tough, surprised you were able to maintain a relationship. Not very well. That's why she's an ex-girlfriend. That's why she's an ex her friend. For many reasons, but that's one of the particular. Yeah, it's hard you work 12 hour days or more, 6, 7 days a week, and there is a task at hand. It is helping to run the country, helping to push the platform of the president and do the people's business. I mean, that is what it calls for, you know? Now you're a mom..

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"press secretary" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

LGBTQ&A

05:06 min | Last week

"press secretary" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

"It's really, I'm so glad you brought that up because I think about that sometimes because I'm like, I'm out. It's not hard to know that I'm out. I talk about my daughter. I talk about my partner in interviews. And it's out there. But I don't lead with that. It's part of my multiple identities. I have multiple identities. And so it's a very interesting kind of way to be in the space. And it's actually kind of funny when people are like, I didn't know you were gay. And I'm like, how do you not know I'm gay? I've been out for a long time. They're like, wow. And so it's funny, but I am aware of it. I am conscious of it. I want to respect all of, like I said, all of the communities that I represent. And were you to bring it up every episode, I would say like, oh my God, she brings it up every day. It was like, what's wrong? What if you don't bring up ever once and even like she didn't even bring it up? Yeah, it's like, yeah, and it's a way I don't know how majority of people feel about it. But I want to lead with my experience and kind of my smarts, right? There's a reason I'm at this table and everything else just compliments me, you know? That's a great point. Yeah. You know, we've mentioned The White House couple of times. Can you just explain for everybody what your role was? Yeah, so that was one of the most amazing opportunities. I will never forget working in The White House for the first black president, you know? I miss those days. Yeah, you know, working in The White House, you felt the responsibility. You felt the weight of the country on your shoulders, the weight of the world. And you wanted to be good at your job and not screw it up because you knew at least for me, I knew that I was a everything that I was doing. I was representing president Barack Obama. If I went out and talked to people in different states or picked up the phone, I was representing Barack Obama. That experience was really wonderful. I worked in The White House office of political affairs. I was the northeast political director and basically what that meant is I managed a politics and about, I think, 11 to 12 states. In the northeast, I had to have my finger on the pulse of what was going on and what people were saying. How people were feeling about the presidency. And if he did specific political events, I have traveled with him and the vice president, sometimes the First Lady, and also any time we have to talk to a governor or a mayor or a political figure in the state, I was the one managing that relationship. And if he were to go into New York or Massachusetts or Pennsylvania, which was one of the states, I was in the room, I was with him. I was doing briefings, and I was briefing him, writing memos. It was just amazing job, amazing, amazing. I was there the first two years, which was I would argue the most hectic years, it was just an amazing experience. So similar to my question about talking about being gay on TV. How open or not were you working in The White House? Oh wow, I was pretty open by then, so we're talking about 2009. Yeah, I was pretty open. I was not. I was out. I even did, it gets better, but The White House gets better video. I was one of the people who produced it. And I was also told my story on tape on video..

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"press secretary" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

LGBTQ&A

04:25 min | Last week

"press secretary" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

"Okay, so this is something that I still haven't fully processed. As of today, right now, careen Jean Pierre is the new White House press secretary. That means that a black lesbian is now a face and voice of the United States government. It's completely wild to think about, especially considering the fact that when karine was working as a staff member the Obama White House, she couldn't even legally marry her partner. So on the podcast today, I want to celebrate this bit of good news. Something that we in the community are desperately in need of and to celebrate I wanted to share this conversation that I had with Kareem when her memoir came out that memoir is called moving forward and the message of the book is that all of us. No matter what you might think of as a typical background or story for a politician, all of us have a place in politics. If karine Jean Pierre, a queer woman of color who immigrated to the U.S. as a kid could make it in politics, she says, then so can you. Who knows? You might even just be the next White House press secretary. When we spoke Kareem was appearing on NBC and MSNBC as a political analyst, so you'll hear us talk about that, as well as what she learned working for a rather wide array of politicians, including John Edwards, Anthony Weiner, and of course president Barack Obama. So from the advocate magazine in partnership with Glaad, I'm Jeffrey masters and this is LGBTQ and a. Thank you for having me. Of course. I'm excited. Thank you. Yay. Let's jump in. All right, write that your story is not the typical political story. You're an immigrant, you're a woman, you're a one of color you're gay. And that is not what we typically see in politics. Yeah. And yet, I think it's easy to assume that that's changing with high profile examples like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Elon Omar. And yet those are very much outliers, right? That's not the norm. It isn't the norm. And like you were saying, I walk in so many different communities, if you will, like I present so many different communities. And that was one of the parts of writing this book. I wanted to, I think people get really afraid when they hear politics and getting into politics or getting involved. And so that's one part of it. And I think the other part of it is that people always ask me, even young people, they ask me all the time, I teach at Columbia University, so I have young people taking my class yearly and they.

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The Rage Coming From Leftist Karine Jean-Pierre

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | Last week

The Rage Coming From Leftist Karine Jean-Pierre

"Here's the new White House incoming press secretary Karine Jean Pierre Karine Jean Pierre is the press secretary again like Nancy Pelosi's Speaker of the House for the United States Here's Kareem John Pierre who is the press secretary for the EOP executive office of the presidency Here she is again calling everyone under the sun she can erase Keep in mind she works for you the entire country And tell me again how the rage emanates only from the right Check this out Racism sexism misogyny all of that homophobia xenophobia We connected to Donald Trump but it existed before Donald Trump Fox News was racist before coronavirus They are racist during the coronavirus Fox News will be racist after the coronavirus Racism was here before Donald Trump and his sadly it will be here after Donald Trump It walks like a racist talks like a racist acts like a racist It is a racist And we have a racist president in The White House Who really pushes his racism like a peacock Donald Trump is the first president to have purposefully had made has made racism the center of his of his campaign of his administration clearly I think Donald Trump wants to get rid of legal immigration and it's because of people who come from Brown and black countries he might do away with DACA which is another moral line that he would be crossing which is something that would be enforcing advancing some white supremacy agenda Donald Trump was a white supremacist in 2011 when he decided to be the grand wizard of the birth of movement Birtherism which is inherently racist They want to put up these awful voter registration voter suppression laws which is racism to make it difficult for people of color to vote In voter suppression is racism That's exactly what it is So where's all the anger coming from You sure this is all emanating from some rage volcano on the right because it certainly sounds like the angry people are on the left

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Caller Shares His Story From Waukesha Christmas Parade Tragedy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | Last week

Caller Shares His Story From Waukesha Christmas Parade Tragedy

"Tell me what you think about the difference between buffalo, you experienced it. I'm sure you being part of that awful day. I'm sure it will be, you'll carry that with you forever. Give me your perspective as somebody who was a part of that awful awful evil act in walker Shaw Wisconsin. Well, I mean, it was just utter chaos and disbelief. And it's a very, very conservative community. And there has been not one writing one anything on radio about this was a devout Democrat that wanted to kill white people. Not one thing like that. In fact, the only thing that happened from The White House was a comment from the press secretary, giving us condolences for our losses. I was literally a foot and a half away from the police officer that was shooting at this vehicle. I was with a girl's girl scout troop that was marking in the freight. Fortunately, we were at the very beginning of the parade. And we were veering off to get off the parade route when the vehicle ended his debacle crap. It was ridiculous. But it was just unbelievable. And ironically, I have been summoned to appear as a juror for his trial coming up in October. Say that again, you were what? I was summoned to be on the jury for his trial coming up in October. So are you going to be on the jury? Well, I had to fill out a 200 page question here and one of the questions was, were you in that parade? And of course I had to answer. Yes, so I don't know, but maybe you'll be able to be disqualified. I

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Psaki gives final White House briefing

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Psaki gives final White House briefing

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Karine Jean-Pierre, Who's in Charge of Addressing Baby Food Shortage?

The Dan Bongino Show

00:59 sec | Last week

Karine Jean-Pierre, Who's in Charge of Addressing Baby Food Shortage?

"Jim queue up for me careen Jean Pierre here is Joe Biden's new conspiracy theorist press secretary as bad if not worse than Psaki already She was asked this question at The White House yesterday Now remember there are only three options here The White House is totally incompetent was unaware of a baby food crisis The White House was aware and did nothing about it because her incompetent but The White House is aware now And it's really weird that the spokeswoman for The White House has no idea who at The White House is in charge of this crisis and thinks it's kind of funny Here check this out On the formula issue at The White House you mention The White House in the film I mean at The White House I don't know I can find out for you and get you a person who's running point but I don't have a person Spitting in your face now There just spitting in your face Why does she not know Because they're probably isn't anyone

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Baby Formula Shortage Adds to Biden’s Growing Stockpile of Problems

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | Last week

Baby Formula Shortage Adds to Biden’s Growing Stockpile of Problems

"You know, it's terrifying prospect to think that you might not be able to get formula for your child. Now, this again seems like an instance where the administration has been caught flat footed. They don't ever seem to be out in front of an issue. What are we hearing from The White House response on this? Yeah, the Biden administration's response to this has been really lackluster. They actually didn't even really talk about it publicly until a few days ago when press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about this during a press briefing. And she basically pushed the issue on to the FDA, which is understandable. It's under their purview, but also as The White House, when you're trying to lead a country and you have people who are worried about where their baby is going to get their next meal, you have to have an answer for that when somebody asks you about it. And so they haven't really indicated that they're going to be making any major policy changes to address this. Some people have suggested that the Biden administration should add baby formulas to the national emergency stockpile, but that's a longer term solution. People need baby formula now. And so people really want to know what is the Biden administration doing to work with domestic manufacturers to make sure that they are producing at the highest levels possible. When is the FDA going to allow this Abbott plan to reopen? They haven't even given them a date of when that's possible. So this is an issue where once again, they are really leading from behind and responding to crisis that could have been avoided if they had been aware of them much earlier and working to mitigate this problem.

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Musk says he would reverse Twitter's ban of Donald Trump

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

Musk says he would reverse Twitter's ban of Donald Trump

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"press secretary" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"press secretary" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"White House press secretary is apparently ready for a political life of their own. Get the WBC's Drew Mo Holland's now with the latest Jeff It's official, former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee. Sanders says she's running for governor in Arkansas. Sanders made the announcement in a video posted to Twitter this morning. As your governor, I will not be intimidated by the serious challenges we face. I will courageously lead. Sanders is the daughter of former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee. She was the second press secretary under President Trump before leaving the White House again former press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, saying she's running for governor. In Arkansas Drum. Oh, Holland, WBC Boston's NewsRadio Walk Out the door this morning with your Bernie Mittens, you'll be a mean before you know it, And this is the story that just keeps on giving the Vermont woman behind Bernie Sanders. Inaugural day mittens. Will be auctioning three pairs for good causes. Jen Ellis is putting a couple of new pairs up for auction. Senator Sanders, of course, has seen photos of them all. Bundled up with the inauguration go viral as well. Proud day for the police department in Pelham, New Hampshire, WBC's Carl Stevens has more on two officers honored for their life saving measures. The latest poll on Board of Selectmen meeting was a special one for the fellow Police department. I have the privilege of bestowing to lifesaver awards to two great police officers. The awards were presented to Officer Michael Signs in Corporal Michael Casus key early Christmas morning. They responded to a double stabbing and saved a man's life. The mail had stabbed multiple had been stabbed.

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"press secretary" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"press secretary" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany defending President Trump's recent comments on white supremacists, arguing the president denounced hate groups at this week's presidential debate and announcing and denying that he has a mixed record on the issue of white supremacy, K and hate groups in all forms. Mcenany pointed to the president's previous comments condemning hate filled ideology. But she would not offer a fresh condemnation at the daily briefing. Lisa thanks John. Meantime, Pelosi and Treasury chief Steve Mnuchin still working on a possible compromise for another Corona virus relief bill, but still disagreeing on some key issues, including the cost with the two sides about $700 billion apart. A major hospital chains still having problems caused by a cyber attack this week. Universal Health Services based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, says they're computer networks are still down as of Thursday morning. The health care system, which operates about 400 facilities in the U. S, and the UK, was hit by Ransomware earlier this week. The only U. S operations seemed to be impacted. The hack is affecting not just computers but clinical care and telephone services. A company spokesperson says they're making progress in fixing it. Foxes Evan Brown strong winds in the forecast north of San Francisco, where crews are battling a wildfire that's destroyed dozens of homes in wine country in northern Colorado in southern Wyoming. Two big mountain wildfires are growing. After burning dozens of cabins and other structures. America is listening to Fox. NewsRadio, Kale, BJ. I'm John Cooley. This news of service of metal and financial engines..

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"press secretary" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"press secretary" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'm gonna take Jean next because Gene wants to challenge my assertion that it's pretty outrageous that the media yesterday, one day after the Abraham Accords signing ceremony Didn't ask the White House press secretary a single question. About this historic peace agreement. Teo get jeans take on this cause, as I promised. When you disagree with me, we put you to the top of the line but front of the line Porter portions of our show also brought to you by balance of nature. I got to share something with you, which is kind of cool. We shared some very personal news. I take balance in nature, everyday fruits and veggies in capsule form I did from my my doctor. Like most people my age. I mean, you get blood work and I had a I saw it started on a journey with this guy about a year ago, and we did an updated bloodwork. Listen to this. He sent me news on my labs. Your vitamin B 12 level increased from 1 66 to 1500. Excellent response. Vitamin D approved from 37.8 load of 57.6 now in the optimal range. Um, the H e a increased from 88.9 too low to 6 61 high. You can now reduce its un riel that all my blood work came back with very good news. Now I take balance of nature every day. I want to strengthen my immune system. Balance of nature is a daily dose with 10 servings of 31 different fruits and vegetables in capsule form. That's all it ISS. This isn't you know, these Aren't drugs is just balance of nature's fruits and veggies in capsule form gets started. 802 4687 51. 802 4687 51 are gonna balance in nature dot com. Be sure to use the promo code Mike G and you will get free shipping and 35% off any new preferred order. Order. Balance of nature. Jean Thank you for joining us. How are you today? Fine, Mike. I just like the election arm Retired U S army. Lieutenant Colonel. God bless you Think question for 28 years, but thank you. I'm not really totally disagreeing with This is the record. I don't What united, their amorous unvarying between Israel. I think it's not a bad thing that those two countries were never at war with Israel. It's more like My enemy's enemy is my friend, because I know they don't care, man. Sure you're right. You're right and there, but it is a major step forward after John Kerry, for example, promised this could never happen. You heard all that You've heard all the pooh poohing of this deal. It is peculiar at the very least, that after this little bit of history was made Not. One reporter asked the White House press it. Press secretary about the Abraham accords. You find that a lot Yeah, well, I do. And also its timing is also very political for President Trump to. Well, anything that's accomplished in 2020 you're going to say is political. Right? If anything good happens between now and November, 3rd do you think What do you think you'll instinctively suspect colonel that it's just politically motivated? Well, part of it because I have an independent. I don't trust either party. There are both much the liar phony. Sure short, so I'm showing. Let's go back to my question. If anything good is accomplished from the Trump administration. From now until November, 3rd do you think it's just going to be politically motivated? Well, I would hope it wouldn't be, But I'm sure that's part of it. Part of it. How about a vaccine to save lives? Supposedly from Kobe? Will that be politically motivated, but comes out that's not gonna happen before the election. I see Who you gonna vote for Gene. On November. 3. I'm not sure I want to see the I want to see the debate. Got you? Will you keep an open mind, Colonel, You'd be sure to keep an open mind. Thank you for your service to what is going to keep it and he's gonna watch the debates and, incidentally The debates ought to be a joy. I saw a video yesterday. Honest to goodness I'll describe this to you. If you're not watching the show at mike online dot com and you'll listen to us on this great radio station. Cause we play the video clips online. On dit is this is this is actually pretty funny. Well beyond pretty funny. They had a big Biden parade. I think this was in Florida. So Joe Biden. Former vice president Biden's wife and Douglas M. Hough. Who is the fellow Who happens to be Camilla Harris is husband. They participated in the car parade. Now picture if you will, all of the thousands and thousands of of cars and boats for Trump that have come out all summer all year long. Cincinnati, Ohio, Evidently the other day had thousands of cars and a big trump parade. I saw with my own eyes over the Madeira Beach over in Madeira Beach, Florida thousands of boats They've been on in South Carolina, North Carolina. I mean up there, Hartwell. All these big thousands of people turning out to support President Trump I kid you not You've got to go online quickly to mike online dot com. Click Watch Mike on TV so you can see the video. I'm going to play of the Biden car parade. If I told you there were three With beeping people beeping horns, three cars with Biden for president signs on the side. Would you believe me? Ah, okay, check it out. Mike online dot com This is the This is the thrill the excitement. The energy Of the Biden For president campaign..

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"press secretary" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"press secretary" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Press Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says the four offers from the Trump administration have been rejected without countering. If Democrats were interested in extending unemployment insurance and helping the American people. They would have endorsed the Martha McSally bill on extended this by a week to give us time as we try to extend this in perpetuity while we also focus on evictions Corona Virus a topic again on the Hill today is a director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr Robert Redfield. Stressed the importance of all Americans being smart about not spreading the disease. He also advocated for the reopening of public schools. It is in the public health interest of these K through 12 students to get these schools back open for face to face learning Mental health service. 7.1 million kids get it in school NUTRITION. We talked about reporting of child abuse, sex overs. Mandatory in schools. The isolation that these adolescents are feeling that now is associated with increases. You mentioned increased drug overdose deaths and now over increased suicide. Another major league baseball game has been postponed after to ST Louis Cardinals tested positive for the virus. MLB says the Milwaukee Brewers and ST Louis Cardinals game at Miller Park is rescheduled as part of a traditional doubleheader on Sunday to allow enough time for additional testing and contact tracing 20% of the league's teams. We're unable to play today because of the Corona virus. The Phillies, Moreland's nationals, bluejays, cardinals and moves all have their games postponed because of positive tests among players and coaches on their teams.

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"press secretary" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"press secretary" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany this afternoon says president trump will not consider renaming at military bases that are named after Confederate leaders from the civil war these monumental and very powerful bases have become part of a great American heritage in a history of winning victory and freedom Macanese as military bases have been important to into the history of the United States my administration will not even consider the renaming of these magnificent and fabled military installations our history as the greatest nation in the world will not be tampered with respect our military meanwhile house speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling for the removal of Confederate statues from the U. S. capitol in a letter the California Democrat said the monuments pay homage to hate not heritage hello see believe statues in the capitol should reflect the highest ideals of Americans instead of depicting men who fought for racist because there are eleven statues that Pelosi wants to see taken off display she made a similar call back in twenty seventeen Sacramento councilwoman elect Katie Valenzuela is asking current council members to remove ten million dollars in funding from the city's police department Valenzuela wants the money redirected to youth services and programs in underserved neighborhoods descending the police is not about not having someone to respond when something bad happens it's about ensuring that it's the right person to respond and that we're investing as much as makes sense and measures to prevent the need for that response in the first place mayor Darrell Steinberg has voiced support for policing changes but isn't sure he wants to support Valenzuela's idea the mayor is instead of working on a proposal that would change the nine one one system so police and firefighters aren't the first to respond to those not committing a crime or having mental health issues state superintendent Tony Thurman this afternoon announcing new initiatives that he says will fight implicit bias and systemic racism in California schools KP case my plant report California department of education received a five hundred thousand philanthropic grant to train all twenty five hundred employees and implicit bias preconceived notions or stereo types of people may have about others Thurman says the department will also reach out to teachers and administrators on a local level we'll have conversations with superintendents and school leaders about how school staff engaging conversations about race and about bias Thurman says a conversation around race goes beyond the education sector and he intends to use his platform as an elected official to engage with others about the topic we know that our children they they learn racism in so let me and so we can act focused just exclusively on the education sector we have to brought into every sector because bias exists in every sector Mike once news ninety three point one carefree K. well the west Nile virus is back in Sacramento county according to signal you almost get a win vector control the virus found mosquitoes caught in a trap near elk Grove late in may a dead bird infected with the virus was found south of American river college officials are recommending that people take necessary precautions to protect themselves about eighty percent of people who are bitten by an infected mosquito develop no symptoms eighty percent roughly twenty percent develop flu like symptoms and the buyer beware senators are looking into fraud and exploitation link to the corona virus outbreak keep the case Terry more scams include going after government stimulus and unemployment checks trying to play on people's fears unfortunately when you try to do some good in the country people take advantage of it South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham open to hearing and said senior citizens are especially vulnerable California Democrat Dianne Feinstein I've never seen anything like it New Jersey U. S. attorney Craig Carpenito the cockroaches are going to come out of the dark into the light an FBI official noted ongoing sales pitches for phony test kits treatments cures and vaccines he also warned about health care fraud including false Billings Terry Moore news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. and now here the hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. because the city where George died while in police custody taking steps to change the department's policies here's ABC's Alex Perez those chants on.

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"press secretary" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"press secretary" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"White House deputy press secretary Larry speakes answering questions about aids in a media briefing in nineteen eighty three while it may have been a joke to some people for Ryan white family it had become the biggest factor in their lives all right was only supposed to live three to six months so and that he had a pizza count twenty five when he was diagnosed and that is a death sentence and that was doctor Kleinman fear that if we can get him over what he has now he might live three to six months at the end of nineteen eighty four the research on aids in an attempt to find a cure was primarily through the national institutes for health you have to treat the opportunistic infections and or Kaposi sarcoma we're doing that Dr Anthony Fauci with a lecture on aids and possible treatment in nineteen eighty four Ryan white benefited from some of that approach his lung condition began to clear up that Ryan he he charged on he he was finally able to leave the hospital and was being treated by Dr Martin Kleiman pediatric infectious disease specialist at Riley doctor Kleinman he he's very old school as far as a physician is concerned he is the consummate position and so he's actually out there in the hall died but he really left online and that roared Dr Elaine **** is a veteran and Riley and worked along side climb in for many years including time with Ryan white he never failed to speak out for anything so for a patient or what he thought the hospital should be feeling **** says Kleiman advocated for his patients tirelessly you may remember seeing climbing on TV standing beside the white family and at times speaking for them he had a word that could be heard in a little bit of a temper yeah when you want to see him and you saw him in the room and how he interacted with the kid and ingestion sheer brilliance as a clinician you understood why he roared because of that please hang he felt like he had or no more hearing him and said he was certain says cleared and idolize person all at once with Ryan well enough to go home his mom took him back to Howard County and to keep the health insurance that ensured he could continue to get treatment she had to go back to work I finally had to go back to work at your own motors and that was really really hard about Ryan kept calling me every day Landau boarding was and I said I know mom will be home at three thirty Andrea Malay home up for an adventure the daily this was two and three times a day a day and I get home and he'd be watching I Love Lucy and Andy Griffin on TV and it was just like you would just waiting waiting around he was so more Ryan was well enough to be home but not well enough for school it was a very smart yet hi he gotten time magazine since he was nine years old and I don't know too many kids that that would probably read time magazine specially at that young age that Ryan love the nightly news and I think that he can he will want to know what it was like over in other countries Jeannie white gender says her son may have known that he would have some tough months ahead I knew Ryan knew more about it than I did when he was first diagnosed because I knew he watched a lot of TV you know and so ensuring that he did and he knew that people with aids I had a hard time getting people to take care of them and so forth so would you mind being diagnosed I mean he knew some of the challenges the challenges sh would be more than just fighting to stay alive with a fatal disease but to find some normalcy in a situation that was anything but normal how did you first become aware of the whole Ryan white situation well I was health commissioner of the.

Larry White House press secretary
"press secretary" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"press secretary" Discussed on KTOK

"**** will not be confirmed to the post on a permanent basis the governor had appointed **** to lead the agency last September state lawmakers however have raised questions about Cox's qualifications and the agency spending during the coded nineteen pandemic president trump promising coronavirus relief to the state's worth up to eleven billion dollars here's Tom pyro that eleven billion dollars headed to states to help them expand their testing capabilities the White House pointing out that the US will do twice the per capita testing rate of South Korea widely touted as a testing leader this major investment will ensure that America continues to conduct more tests than any country on earth by far I said from the beginning that the federal government would back up the stage and help them build their testing capability and capacities and that's exactly what's happened the White House working with the FDA to fast track many of these tests including antibody test this as members of the coronavirus task force told the nation's governors at the White House is recommending all nursing home residents and workers get tested in the next two weeks the number of covert nineteen cases in Oklahoma is growing twenty four new cases were confirmed yesterday bringing the statewide total to four thousand six hundred thirteen more than thirty two hundred have recovered the code nineteen death count stands at two hundred seventy four in Oklahoma White House staffers are now required to wear masks while at work this after two staffers close to president trump and vice president pence tested positive for covert nineteen one is a presidential ballet the other is pence's press secretary Katie Miller the wife of senior White House adviser Stephen Miller nearly forty three million Americans are at risk of losing their health insurance from.

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"press secretary" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"press secretary" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham is speaking out about lead part is claims about what president trump do regarding Ukraine White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham on fox and friends dismissing the allegations made by former Rudy Giuliani associate left part S. who claims the president knew exactly what was going on in an effort to get Ukraine to investigate former vice president Joe Biden and the president has said he did not know him and I've got to say you know just to say Rudy told me these things doesn't mean it has anything to do with the president and it certainly doesn't mean that the president was directing him to do anything Grisham also criticized house speaker Pelosi for handing out ceremonial pens when she signed the articles of impeachment and then about two hours the house members known as impeachment managers will read the two articles of impeachment allowed charging president trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress at one o'clock this afternoon Chief Justice John Roberts will be sworn in to preside over the Senate trial that all one hundred senators will be sworn in as jurors Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is said the actual proceedings of the impeachment trial will begin next Tuesday refugee resettlement groups in Texas can get back to work now that a federal judge's step them the judge this week struck down the veto power the governor Greg Abbott used up Texas out of the federal refugee resettlement program while there will likely be an appeal it is for now on hold Cindy Huang with refugees international wants the governor to speak out on the issue there is still an opportunity for him to reaffirm Texas as a state that welcomes refugees he says for refugee resettlement groups there is the fear of the unknown and whether they'll be an impact on the state's welcoming image Michael board newsradio twelve hundred W. away I well the Senate votes today on a major trade agreement with Mexico and Canada meant to replace nafta the United States Mexico Canada agreement is expected to pass and go to president trump for his signature the readworks trade deal passed the house last month with overwhelming bite apart bipartisan support killer nurse Jeanine Jones will make a court appearance today in which he's expected to make a plea deal could starting the death of a San Antonio baby Jones was scheduled to stand trial next month for the death of a baby while she worked as a nurse at local hospitals in the nineteen eighties she spent about thirty years in prison for the nineteen eighty four murder of a Kerrville child with a lethal injection of a muscle relaxant prior to her release from prison Jones was indicted and five new cases her lawyer says he's been discussing a plea deal with their county DA's office well former president George HW bush's wife Barbara will be honored with a pair of commemorative coins from the treasury department both the house and Senate have approved a resolution directing the treasury to mint the coins central Texas congressman Roger Williams says it's a worthy honor for a great couple for those who knew the bushes their love for country was only surpassed by their love of each other George and Barbara bush for Marie for seventy three years in one of the greatest love stories of our time Barbara bush died in April of two thousand eighteen a former President Bush died in November of that same year a quick check of your money right now the Dow is up one hundred and forty two points breaking news on the hour and a half in any time at W. away I dot com brought to you by primo plumbing the Glenn Beck program is next on news radio twelve hundred W. away I when.

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"press secretary" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"press secretary" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"House press secretary Sarah Sanders says the hearings are a continuation of it Democrats refusing to accept results of the twenty sixteen election is a TV show it should be cancelled because no one cares no one is paying attention because it is such a waste of time and they know at the end of the day this is going nowhere so far there big star witnesses didn't witness anything most of them have never even met the president but democratic congressman a Sean Patrick Maloney of New York says if there was quid pro quo involving aid and president trump's conversation with Ukraine's president it's an impeachable offense in this case where the president is using taxpayer funded military assistance to to get help in his re election that is soliciting a bribe that is that is that an impeachable offense listed in the constitution and so the question is is do we care about the Republicans are engaging in a form of so what defense and I think so what is where democracy goes to die I do not think you can act like this is no big deal this morning Jennifer Williams an aide to vice president pants and lieutenant colonel Alexander vin men and eight on the National Security Council are before the house intelligence committee deadly shooting in Newark New Jersey one dead here three others were shot after gunfire erupted on eighth street right near Central Avenue this happened money even a lot of kids that play up and down the streets and noticed of those going on on the district is no would because I'm not a people he's outside all the time didn't do nothing I don't know what's going on your cops is say the three surviving victims are non critical condition it is not yet clear what led to this gunfire the Essex County prosecutor's office is investigating the repairs continuing following a water main break in mid town Manhattan because just steam or option yesterday here's correspondent Saralee Kessler only smoke coming out of the ground over here on the corner of west forty ninth street Nate the avenues steam from underground pipes released into the air after water main broke vidim is own lives on the street and says there was a mass of emergency response everything off utility crews responded to the scene at noon Monday and we're still working through the night fortunately no one was hurt I'm Sara Lee counselor for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news closing arguments are expected today in new Jersey's first ever texting related manslaughter trial the woman charged here with rear ending a vehicle which struck and killed a pedestrian claims she was not texting rather turning on her to foster at the time of that accident Dow futures up thirty four points W. A. B. C. news I'm not operate traffic sports and weather next the.

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"press secretary" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"press secretary" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"House press secretary, Sarah Sanders is leaving the Trump administration. This has been the honor of a lifetime, the opportunity of a lifetime. I couldn't be prouder to have the opportunity to serve my country and particularly to work for this president during a White House event. Yesterday, Trump said Sanders is a great job. And we'll be heading back home to Arkansas. The president noted that he's pushing Sanders to run for governor of her home state Sanders father, Mike Huckabee is a former governor there Sanders said, she will always treasure her time at the White House. She stressed that she loved every minute even the hard minutes. The US military's releasing a video to support the claim that Iran was behind an attack on tankers in the Gulf of Oman. The military says the video shows the Iranian navy removing an unexploded mine from Japanese tanker secretary of state. Mike Pompeo accused Iran of orchestrating the attack based on an intelligence assessment. The attack comes as the situation remains tense between the US. Iran over that country's nuclear ambitions. The Federal Election Commission chair is making clear. It is illegal to receive anything of value from foreign national in connection with the US election. Ellen Weintraub issued a statement yesterday with the intro that you never thought you'd have to say this in the statement, she pointed out, accepting help from foreign governments as been considered unacceptable, since the start of the nation on Wednesday, President Trump's at an ABC news interview that if a foreign government wanted to give him dirt on a political opponent. He would probably accept it. Eker cuba. Gooding junior is pleading not guilty to groping a woman, you turn himself into the NYPD special victims unit yesterday afternoon. His attorney Marc Keller says his client did nothing wrong. The Oscar winning actor was charged with a misdemeanor after a woman accused him of groping her at midtown bar on Sunday. And the Toronto Raptors are the NBA champions, Toronto beat Golden State one fourteen to one ten in game six in the NBA finals in Oakland to win the series four games to two. It's the team's first NBA championship in franchise history. You're listening to the latest from NBC. Newsradio the family of a longtime schlitterbahn employees plans to sue the company over his death three weeks ago. The widow of forty-five-year-old Jose Toledo, and his daughter believe his.

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"press secretary" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"press secretary" Discussed on KTOK

"White House press secretary, Sarah Sounders is stepping down and going home to Arkansas. Thank you so much. Mr. presents truly an honor she's done an incredible job. We've been through a lot together she's tough. But she's good. You know, you also have tough and bad, right? She's tough. And she's good. She's great. President Trump encouraging centers to run for governor a plan to start industrial activity near a national treasure draws mixed reviews clash between environmentalists in the mining industry is looming. This is the Trump administration considers uranium mining near the Grand Canyon uranium in that areas considered the highest grade, the US a decision could be made next month in hinges on whether or not to force the defense and power industries to enact a twenty five percent purchasing quota on domestic uranium market prices have dropped miners, struggling a moratorium on uranium mining around the canyon has been in effect since twenty twelve critics worry renewed efforts could contaminate groundwater and say it's an unnecessary threat to tourism, Kevin battle, Fox News. A popular travel website gets a hefty fine for making bookings in Cuba. We know that we had a levee breach that was north of here at the end of last week. There were reports of some levees leaking in and around the Little Rock area over the weekend. But the US army corps of engineers tells us that all of the levees are currently holding that is certainly welcome news for so many people in this region who are certainly on edge, especially with the forecast showing a whole lot more rain coming this week. Meantime as I was talking about that. I popular website, that's Expedia getting a hefty fine for making bookings in Cuba. The Trump administration changing rules about doing business in Cuba, and better. Check your cereals of your children. The environmental working group says new analysis shows nearly two dozen popular children's cereals and other snacks.

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"press secretary" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"press secretary" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Ninety K U N, Eugene, Springfield the emerald empire. Plane in the river North Korean missiles, I'm born Necker at naval air station. Jacksonville in Florida, a Boeing seven three seven arriving from naval station Guantanamo Bay. Cuba has crashed into the Saint John's river fire department officials say Twenty-one adults of more than one hundred thirty six on board were transported to local hospitals in good condition. Sureau Bormann was one of those on board the plane and described the landing as we went down. We had a really hard landing, and then the paint bound, and and screech and down some more and it listed to the right? And then it listed the left, and then it sort of were and then it came to compete like like a crash stuff. What says it is monitoring North Korean short range missile launches into the ocean? In a statement press secretary Sarah Sanders as we are aware of North Korea's actions. We will continue to monitor. Is necessary. President Trump free stuff to Russian President Vladimir Putin by phone on Friday and the two leaders discussed nuclear talks, Venezuelan, unrest. And the Muller report. The chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee is inviting Muller to testify about his phone call with attorney general William bar during that call that you reported the discuss bars four-page memo, outlining the principal conclusions of Muller's Russia probe. Senator Lindsey Graham says he sent me a letter asking him if he would like to discuss what he termed any misrepresentation of the call Democrats have been calling for Muller to testify saying bar misrepresented, the findings in the case and Muller had discussed his concerns with him Graham previously ruled out asking Muller to testify saying the two year investigation was over and signaling. He wanted his committee to move on. Linda Kenyon, Washington. The April jobs numbers show the lowest unemployment rate in a half century. They report also pointed to hire hourly wages, I'm Barton.

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"press secretary" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:00 min | 3 years ago

"press secretary" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"WFL a the home of lightning hockey did seven twenty two on AM Tampa Bay on this webs day morning and joining us right now is Kaley mcenaney who is a Tampa native here. And she is also the national. Press secretary of the twenty twenty Trump campaign as he goes for reelection and Kelly thanks for being on board this morning got a lot going on with your boss here. Now as there had been talk about impeachment by some of the Democrats. And now Nancy Pelosi is saying no, no we're not going to go for impeachment. We're not gonna try that at all. And it turns out there's a big divide now in the democrat party over this issue, Jack. That's exactly right. Nancy Pelosi knows that impeachment is baseless bears. It's meritless. There's no substance to it. Which is why we're not going to go down this perilous task for Democrats. But you know, as we said in a statement as a part of the campaign that every single twenty twenty democrat eats to answer the question. Do you stand with your speaker? Who knows that a beach minutes baseless, or do you stand with the radical rabbit left? Weekdays that won't give it up. I cried peach relentlessly. Well, let's get into that the freshman Democrats here, Alexandria, Cossio, Cortez and company. What's that divide? Like, and how dangerous is that for the Democratic Party here? Oh, a oh. Oh, CEO Hano Morishita to lead these freshman radicals. They leave the Democratic Party. It's not speaker Pelosi. Make no mistake. It's these individuals. I the evidence you have of that at all the twenty twenty democrat democratic contenders falling in line on a radical government takeover of health care radical government takeover of so much of our society. And now they will face the question. Do you also stand with them on a we'll see what they have to say about that. But so far away. Yeah. And of course, you've got some others more mature who are calling for the impeachment and. Aside from these freshmen lawmakers, you've got some of the older ones out there, Maxine Waters and others. That are saying, oh, we still want to impeach him. And so it really is a rift in the democrat party. That's right. It's veteran lawmakers to and they tried to file articles of impeachment on the very first day. They took over the house despite telling us all the way throughout the election. We're not for impeachment. And the reason they said that is that poll after poll show that a majority of Americans do not support the circus that Democrats put forward they do not support a beach meant they understand that it's baseless. So they're out of line with the American people and they're going to suffer for that come twenty twenty. Well, you got a host of about ninety five people who were planning to run as Democrats now and a couple of people that even plan to challenge the president. I guess in primaries. If things continue as they do. But who do you think the president would most like to go up against among those out there who have who have a chance at it? And I would say Biden Sanders and a couple of the others who were possibilities. Kamala Harris may be and Clovis shar couple of others who do you think he'd most like to face? I think the president would take each and every one of them with great delight. This is a president. Who knows you don't stop? Putting he knows that he's won for the American people either economically on the world stage. He's made the lives that everyone in this country better. I think he's excited take on each and every one of them and just you talk about a primary challenge. I would add there is no primary challenge in the Republican party aren't clear, the American people and in Republican voters have made that clear, especially when they elected president with more Republican primary votes than any nominee in the history of our party. We're speaking with Kaley mcenaney right now the. National press secretary of the twenty twenty Trump campaign just interested on your take your with the feds uncovering that large-scale college entrance exam cheating plot. What what's your your thoughts on that? Oh, it's a horrific thing. The fact that they were buying access to these colleges. I know Kellyanne Conway very vocal on this wasn't just that you actresses it was forty eight others despicable thing. When you see people who have all the resources in the world. I take advantage of every day hard-working kids across this country who are just competing and won a fair shake getting into college. So it's absolutely preposterous. What we saw a no place for that. Well, it's going to be an interesting time and interesting year. Here's we follow. What happens with the Democrats and with the presidency, of course, and with your campaign, the one that you're running right now Kelly I got to catch your husband on the noun in a spring training game the other day. Oh, that's great. I might have been there with you this last Friday. The game. The Yankee game in Tampa Yankees Orioles. I was you should have caught up with me then. Well, how's he doing spring going for him? Oh, it's going great. He's having a lot of fun loves the Orioles organization. Gotta save last Friday. So I want to be out there. Oh, good. Last. Saw the Yankees Orioles game down in Sarasota over the weekend. Were you there? I wasn't at that one. Actually, I was that was Saturday. I was caught up with depot. Unbelievable. We were there for sure. Well, anyway, Kaley. Thank you for joining us this morning on AM Tampa Bay in best of luck. You're doing you're making Tampa proud. Thanks so much have a great week YouTube. Kaley McIntyre who is the national press secretary? Now, the twenty twenty Trump campaign and she is from Tampa. I was looking interesting names, if the Democrats win the presidency, we got some interesting names for presidents. My favorite is Pete. And not even sure how you pronounce it. But but a guy or something like that president buddy guy. What do you think about this president? But a guy. His full name is Peter Paul Montgomery, a guy future, Paul and Mary. Peter, Paul Montgomery, but a guy and now here's president Peter Bal Montgomery, but a guy. It sounds so prestigious when Jack is announcing it, and then Julian Castro we could have a President Castro like they had in Kouba. And then you got Tulsi Gabbard, president Gabbard. Do you have anything you'd like to say the Gabba about here? I like president Harris Kamala Harris, it sounds good. John Hickenlooper president Hickenlooper John Jake Hickenlooper Smith. He's our president is name is my name to and President Bush shar that's enough. And then Andrew Yang is running. So he got a possibility of a president Yang. Some bizarre names there..

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"press secretary" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"press secretary" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"White House press secretary Sarah Saunders gets a preview of tonight's state of the union address this year state of the union is choosing greatness, the president's gonna lay out some of the great successes that we've had over the last two years and paint a picture of what we can do for this country. If we come together, if we work together over the next two years, the big speech delayed because of that partial government shutdown stretched in delay January. We will be carrying it live tonight right here on News Radio twelve hundred w AI, including the democratic response. A handful of Democrats, however plan to skip the state of the union house speaker Nancy Pelosi, you'll be sitting right behind the president and the house chamber the president expected to devote much time to immigration, but stopped short of declaring a national emergency counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway told FOX and friends immigration reform is Congress's job that certainly includes a physical barrier that you can't crawl under climb over drive through or walk around. Among the presents. Guests a middle schooler from Delaware named. Josh Trump has been picked on because of his name no relation to the president. The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas just one month after issuing that. Glowing forecast protects of so twenty nineteen doing a little tab dancing around those earlier projections, economists, Emily curses job growth, not quite three percent. It's closer to one or two percent growth. And she cites several developing headwind, lower oil prices, a stronger dollar tariffs labor constraints higher interest rates and pretty high uncertainty. One problem is retailers and manufacturers are facing labor and raw material costs. There are a lot more than I thought there are also unable to pass those costs along did a competitive pressure, and that's starting to come in to profit margins. Chicago's O'Hare international taking the title. Once again is the nation's busiest airport FAA says there were more than nine hundred thousand arrivals and departures in two thousand eighteen that's up four percent said the first time since twenty fourteen that O'Hare has been busier than the previous number one that being Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson airport. The driver of that pickup who took his eyes off the road to talk to two female passengers than laws control. He's been charged with intoxication assault as he was under the influence of marijuana is pickup drifted off thirty five near czars Amores exit smashed into a culvert. The two women are in critical condition. Police say he admitted to having smoked weed. Quick check of your money on Wall Street. The Dow's up one hundred and forty seven points. Breaking news on the hour at the half anytime at W O, I dot com. It's brought to you by Primo plumbing time now for the Rush Limbaugh show on NewsRadio twelve hundred W O AI..

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