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"raj shah" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

01:49 min | 7 months ago

"raj shah" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"Hello, this is Don wit with the channel daily news from telecom reseller. Today we're speaking with Raj Shah, he is the enterprise sales manager at uma. How are you doing today, Raj?.

"raj shah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"raj shah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Minister bars Johnson is nudging Britons to go back to their office is in an attempt to revive the economy. The prime minister said that starting all this first employers will have More discretion to bring workers back in. Still, Mr Johnson's top scientific advisor says there's no reason to change his guidance for people to work from home if they can. The White House is drawing a line in the sand for the next Corona virus. Aid bill. Officials say President Trump could reject a measure passed by Congress if it doesn't include a payroll tax cut. Democrats are solidly opposed. Nay. Even Republicans are said to be cool to the idea. Former Trump Communications chief Anthony Scaramucci wants to see the president humiliated in November. Founder of Stonebridge Capital, says President Trump is quote obviously incompetent. Scaramucci is now seeking Republican votes for Joe Biden. Scaramucci lasted only 11 days in the communications job for he was fired. The president called him Ah, highly unstable nut job. Political novice Jamal Bowman scored an upset victory over veteran House Democrat Elliot Engel in New York's primary part of his show strength by progressives in a state that is replacing some long time incumbents with younger, more diverse candidates. The 44 year old Bowman was declared the winner in the contest all but assuring an election in November from the solidly Democratic district. He represents. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm more Clinton, this is moving Thank you so much Mark coming up. Next, we're going to talk with Dr Raj Shah. He's the head of the Rockefeller Foundation on their very dramatic plan to really expand one of ours testing across the country. That's next on blouse, Power on Bloomberg Television and on radio. Gathering world renowned for the year's super organized or search every file on your computer 12 times a day. How closely looking at those kind of moves? You never have to worry about finding the latest business news. We put it right here, Talk about a commitment that has been made to technology. How long will those benefits.

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"raj shah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"raj shah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"They're what they're doing is working both on the security front and on the economic opportunity front. We want to achieve those same successes in under Guatemala as well. So I think there's actually can be more near term reaction to sustain investment. So help me out. If secretary Nielsen or former secretary Nielsen was ousted because she wasn't in speaking lockstep with President Trump on the issue of immigration. How is this guy going to echo what the president does? When when the President Trump said he wants to get rid of foreign aid to some of these countries. Well, let me say I I I don't think we know all the reasons for why secretary Nielsen step down yesterday. But Kevin McLean is a guy who's cut his teeth as a career official in customs and border patrol. He worked in the Bush administration the Obama administration, and he has said that we need to enforce the law of the southern border. He is called for ending catch and release and changing. Congressional laws to give a D HSE ability to remove illegal immigrants right at the border instead of bringing them into our asylum system. So these reforms are necessary. Here's a career official who's being elevated who I think can be a voice both to Democrats and Republicans in congress that the real fix here is a congressional solution efficient talking about terrorists. We'll we gotta talk about this with the US and China. So what's your message to the business community who are a bit nervous to say about all of these tariffs? Well, I think those that have been business in China should probably communicate to the Chinese government that the US government wants free fair and reciprocal trade wants access to Chinese markets and wants to ensure that theft of intellectual property force technology transfers could no longer be over the long term China's policy, and I think that this fight that the president is engaged in will will incur a lot of long term benefits the US business community these China by. Accessing potentially a billion customers and also allowing us to keep intellectual property on our shores in ground zero to all of this are some of the key battleground states at the president's going to need the reelection. No, you're connected associated with the reelection effort. But when in states, like Michigan, Wisconsin, western Pennsylvania. I mean, how is this message really going to shape the re-election effort, especially should former vice president Biden Trump into the race. I think it's going to be a key part of the message look first of all look at manufacturing in those areas that you mentioned it's expanded dramatically over the last two years. But also on the issue of trade. I think both parties have have talked a lot over the last several decades, but getting tough on China about enforcing our trade prerogatives overseas. This president's actually doing it. And I think that in areas that you mentioned in the upper mid west, western Pennsylvania, and these are these are going to be receptive audiences. The fact that the president is actually following through on this campaign promises. We're going to get President Trump's taxes. I don't think. So I think Mick Bonnie, why not well, I gotta say I think it's a pretty significant abuse of power for Democrats to be claiming that this is some sort of a legislative attempt to look at his taxes. I mean, we we know what this is. It's a it's a pretty naked power grab it should be called as much and the American people can decide how relevant they think this issue is they didn't in two thousand sixteen. That's why they elected President Trump. And I think this is one for voters in the ballot box not for members of congress to be tossing subpoenas around their taxes. But maybe the mother report, I mean, look at the attorney general has already said, I think he's going to testify later this week. He's gonna make quite a bit of that report public consistent with the law. And I think we should wait and see and give him an opportunity to make some of that report public. So that way that the public can feel more that was Raj Shah,.

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"raj shah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"raj shah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Doug krizner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets. The Trump administration is proposing another round of tariffs. They would target new passenger helicopters, various cheeses and wines ski suits. And certain motorcycles, this is in response to harm the US says is caused by European Union subsidies to Airbus the rival to Boeing these proposals. Come just as the e u prepares for trade talks with the US win resorts is in talks to buy billionaire. Jane Packers crown resorts, the deal would value. The Australian casino company crown at roughly seven point one two billion US crown confirmed it is in confidential discussions after US-based win made some approaches the cash and stock proposed under consideration values crown at fourteen seventy five per share. That is an AUSSIE dollar's right now. The stock is trading fourteen thirty in Sydney. The gain is twenty two percent. Dan loeb's? Hedge fund third point is reportedly building a stake in Sony. Reuters is saying this is part of an effort to sway Sony strategy Sony. Shares in the Tokyo session are higher by more than six percent and tesla cut another round of sales staff across the country. The electric car maker continues to pare back personnel and shift its ordering process online. We are told the company dismissed several dozen sales members last week in Chicago, Brooklyn, New York and Tampa, Florida. We check markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg. In tokyo. The Nikkei is down two tenths of one percent. Hang sang weaker by nearly two tenths of one percent in Chung high. The composite index is down six tenths of one percent in Seoul, the Cosby weaker by three tenths of one percent. And in Sydney, the ASX two hundred is down one tenth of one percent. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts. This is Bloomberg. The southern border isn't closed but threats by President Trump that he would close it are leading to heavy traffic tie ups. Mexican companies are rushing to get as much cargo into the US as they can in case of a shutdown and June. Bloomberg's Kevin cirilli spoke with Raj Shah, former White House deputy press secretary and current Ballard media group share they discussed border security and tariffs. Hang the president is right about issuing this threat to the government of Mexico. Both the potentially shut down the border, which he said is delay for year. But also potentially to issue tariffs. Look, I think that right now Republicans in congress, the president of the United States understand that right now we have we have a crisis at the southern border. You have historic numbers of inflows of illegal immigration come across the southern border. And you know, right now Democrats have hangs don't recognize this. It seems like they're talking points are more aligned with the Mexican government's than they are with the US government. The confusion right now is that should the president elevates. Stephen Miller a hardliner on immigration. How is that going to work when you've got Kevin Macalinsan who's the current now acting DHS chair because it seems like they're not on the same page of policy? I wanna play for you, what kind of Macalinsan said in July twenty eighteen at the bipartisan policy center. And then I want to get your thoughts on it. Here's kind of back Alina. Think that we should shy away from from investing heavily interpartisan Central America. We've got three good partners in the administration's..

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"raj shah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"raj shah" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort was sentenced today in federal court for Bank and tax fraud charges. He was convicted of them last year, then PR's miles parks reports. Manafort with sense to forty seven months in prison, the sentences significantly lighter than the twenty four years Manafort could have received under sentencing guidelines, judge TSL's called those guidelines unwarranted and excessive for the fraud. Manafort was convicted of still the judge said his crimes were serious and amounted to theft from everyone in the US who pays taxes and manafort's trial last year government attorneys laid out how he hit tens of millions of dollars. He made while working as a political consultant in Ukraine in addition to his prison sentence Manafort was ordered to pay more than twenty million dollars in restitution and a fifty thousand dollar fine, miles parks. NPR news Alexandria, Virginia. On Capitol Hill. The house has approved a resolution condemning. Anti semitism and all other forms of bigotry in response to a controversy over comments from Minnesota democratic congresswoman, you'll haunt Omar that many lawmakers you'd this anti semitic. Pure Susan Davis has an update Omar has been accused of using antisemitic tropes about Jewish money and influence on American politics. I in comments he made on Twitter last month and then again last week during an appearance in Washington DC, she's a critic of US-Israel foreign policy, but denies allegations of anti-semitism many younger liberal lawmakers like fellow freshman congresswoman Alexandria, Cossio Cortez rallied to her defense this week. Her comments upset senior Democrats and Jewish lawmakers. Although they said they were willing to give her the benefit of the doubt that she did not understand the full weight of her words Republicans are calling for her removal from the house foreign affairs committee, but Democrats have so far rejected that Susan Davis. NPR news the capitol. Prosecutors say they're pleased with a guilty verdict in the case of a Florida cop accused of killing a stranded black motorist state attorneys say. Today. Four man to woman jury took time out of their busy lives to hear the case against one more Palm Beach gardens police, officer Norman Raja the Forty-one-year-old. Raj Shah was found guilty of manslaughter attempted murder. The twenty fifteen killing of Corey Jones could face twenty five years to life in prison. Ben Crump is lawyer representing the victim's family and says it's an important verdict. This may help prevent another police officer somewhere in America from killing a black man and being able to lie about it. Get away with murder officer Raja was in plain clothes in a white unmarked van came upon Jones and a stalled SUV Nadia recording shows wash. I never identified himself and shot Jones after he pulled a legally registered handgun as workers were slightly. More productive in the final three months of last year. The Labor Department reporting today productivity, a key measure of output per hour. Worked was up one point nine percent in the fourth quarter. Stocks lost ground today. The Dow dropped two hundred points. You're listening to NPR from K Q E D news. I'm Tiffany can high East Bay congresswoman, Barbara Lee and other Democrats are pushing for federal funding to study the health effects of gun violence. The first time congress has taken up the issue in nearly twenty years at a congressional hearing today Lee called gun violence, a public health emergency that disproportionately affects people of color. I hear from constituents every day about the effects of gun violence four hundred people in my district were killed in the last five years alone. They've been. In three weekends this year where three or more people were killed by guns in my district. We said gun violence is also taking a psychological toll on the community. She called for research into post traumatic stress disorder resulting from gun violence. A California lawmaker is proposing legislation that would automatically clear their criminal records of some eight million people who qualify assemblyman, Phil teams AB ten seventy six would automate an existing law that permits anyone who has served time and parole for misdemeanor or nonviolent offense or has been arrested and not convicted to clear the record the automation would eliminate the nearly four thousand dollar cost to clear records, which can stand in the way of housing and employment opportunities. Jay Jordan was convicted fourteen years ago of vehicle theft. ABC ten seventy six we'll begin to chip away. A big piece in this iceberg of barriers that block people from living everyday life less than twenty percent of those eligible to clear records had done. So we'll have more on this at five thirty. I'm.

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"raj shah" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"raj shah" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"So once week we like to do something called the nod to the pod, and we play a little clip from my podcast. That's what she said was Sarah Spain, and then, you know, react to it talk about it. Give people excited to go. Subscribe and rates and love it. And listen and this week my guest was Shelley Smith a longtime ESPN reported we talked about a whole bunch of stuff I highly recommend the full conversation. But this is her talking about the scary moment when she was actually hospitalized after suffering a stroke in the warriors locker room game one of the Western Conference finals, take a listen. This week's not to the pod. What happened was in the middle of the warriors locker room when I was walking around and doing what I do. And all of a sudden, I couldn't talk I go and Raj Shah was there, and he tried to hand me my phone, and I dropped it. 'cause I couldn't move the right side of my body. And he grabbed me and call the trainers trainers. College grabbed me and put me in the training room and pin me down. All I wanted to do a sit up, and I couldn't move, and I couldn't talk, and they were everyone was terrified. Everyone was just completely terrified and everybody around me, and they got aspirin in my blood right away. But I still didn't come out, and they got me in the EMT's. I mean, how fortunate in that like who knew what to do? And and recognize the signs because I would have just been like a long time. You know, leave me alone and got me to the hospital, and I was still in the throes of destroyed because I couldn't move, and I couldn't talk and the dog wouldn't be really doctors around on computers hearings. It's very strange. And so the doctor comes in on the computer screen. It's like move your right arm. And for the first time, I looked down and my arm wasn't moving. And that is scary. And within twenty minutes, I was out of it. He goes, oh, you look much better. Now on the I feel much better. I can talk now I could move, and and I should not have to go because I have a live shot at Torrey 'em go you're on. For more. Please subscribe to that's what she said with Sarah Spain on the ESPN app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. Yeah. Of course, she wanted to go back and get that live shot. She's a hustler. But yes, she had already been diagnosed with breast cancer and fought that and melanoma, and she was actually on drugs for for blood clots that she didn't know what affect her in a certain way. And that's what brought on this stroke, sweaters. It's it's unbelievably lucky, I actually know somebody who was in a doctor's office for a different appointment when she suffered a stroke, and because she was already in the office. They could really quickly treat and get her through right place, actually, Adam McKay, I think it's Adam Adam rate, Adam McKay who wrote vice and is a big funnier die guy, whatever it was just with lebatardshow, and because of doing vice and hearing Christian bale talk about how you know in the moment where he needs to play this heart attack scene. He knows that you're supposed to you. Sometimes get stuck. Mckay can feel nauseous and whatever he realized he was having a heart attack and gave himself children's aspirin and treated himself before calling because he'd been working on this movie. So like just strokes of luck like that. But Shelly story I mean, it's enough ice trespassing in a locker room finals, and I just wonder if maybe not like that. But maybe something embarrassing or something just crazy. That's happened to you. Well, you were working in the locker rooms, you know there. There's been instances where you run into players who have heard you talk about them locally. And you know, that there's going to be a standoff or staredown or whatever the case, maybe that's happened with a few bowls players, whether it'd be tyrus Thomas of old and no law..

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"raj shah" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"raj shah" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I'm Roger badesch WGN radio newsroom. These are the stories that matter on on seven hundred twenty WGN. Are you? Are you there caller from outside of our studios? Mapping Bhalla is our mystery reporter on the street. Well, it's no mystery why? Why is it a mystery? I mean, I told Matt doing it. Matt. I have found you a mystery for many years. Thank you. Roger badesch that you said it is three degrees at the lakes fodder for. The lakefront. We're at the lakefront, right? Do we consider ourselves? We're. Stone's throw my car said five degrees. Okay. Cars set eleven when I sat back into it. It has been dropping dropping it's down to eight now. Oh, actually, I've updated, and it is a one degree along the lakefront getting chillier. Here's the problem. Raj Shah is just there is little there. She's here gets there is an indicator light on your dashboard know, why that maybe you need to add some water. It's well, it looks like little waves. And then like a thermometer on top of it. That's the water temperature. The water temperature thing. It's blue. Yeah. That just means my car is cold. Not sure that's what it means. Are you? Sure about that. Yeah. What kind of is? She. Well, I had lower. Stephan told me he looked it up and said that that's what it means that the car is cold. Wait a minute. Hold on. What did you gotta get indicator? That tells you your car is cold. What what do you got chess toilet? I have a twenty nineteen. It's like a little it's a blue light. Right. It looks like a thermometer. And there was like a little wave at the bottom of the thermometer. Blue water temp light just bought a thing is what fire the blue light of thermometer has some wavy water. Come sorry. My computer's are slow today. To me. It's a sign the cylinder gas. We might be. Can anybody helped me? Completely normal, my friend. The blue light just means the coolant is cold. You only need to worry. When the red thermal light comes on this. Meet the coolant is too hot. Don't scare me. Like that. What are you doing to me? That just seems really odd. It's a fancy schmancy car. What do you want has? But one. Warmers Mansi she had to add about warmers yourself. Look, I don't get a blue light or red light. My face cranking. Gotta run outside turn. In the passenger side seat. Oh my God. Go ahead. Picture on our Facebook fan page of the light injustice car with anybody wants to comment on it. It seems to me that it's like the coolest has just fine. Here's a light to worry about it. Airfresheners in my car to work, and I'll tell you that much are you ever gonna come back from the button?.

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"raj shah" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

12:18 min | 3 years ago

"raj shah" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"All and to do anything about preventing remedy bad outcomes. Book the inner level by Wilkinson and ticket. This is the Tom Hartman program. Welcome back Thom Hartmann here with you today. Maybe it wasn't today. It was a day or two ago, the former vice president of Nigeria who had been banned from coming to the United States by law. George Bush signed in two thousand and four signed presidential proclamation seven seven five zero banning people from the United States who had quote engaged inner benefited from corruption. And this name is Abu Bakar, he was the his wife basically helped him bring forty million dollars into the United States. We know at least one point seven million of that was bribes. And he's been trying to get back into the United States for for years. And you know, because his money is here and life here is better than in Nigeria. And so the guy goes out, and he hires this lobbying firm this Republican lobbying firm. And Republican lobbyists. Brian Ballard pay who by the way. Raj Shah, the guy who was the deputy press secretary, the number two guy to Sarah Sanders. She he has left the White House and he's now working with Brian Ballard at this. At this Republican lobbying firm, this corrupt Nigerian former vice president gives them one point one million dollars at which leads to this headline the former vice president of that. Julia was allowed entry into the United States after repaying one point one million to a lobbying firm linked to the White House. And then it goes on to say on Thursday Abu Bakar checked into president Donald Trump's Washington DC hotel. Really? I mean does this surprise you or shock you? Or if it's Hello. Swap. I mean, this is this is this is really what's going on. And and and then on top of this. We've got now this worldwide debt crisis. And this is something that really should we should all be paying very very close attention to this. And you're gonna start seeing a lot about this in the news stories in from today's axios newsletter. Last year the world's debt now. Keep in mind, the world GDP is around seven between seventy and eighty trillion dollars as the gross domestic product of the entire planet. Run eighty trillion dollars. Last year, the world's debt rose to two hundred forty four trillion dollars three hundred eighteen percent of global GDP, which means that the principal business being done in the world. Is loaning money out at interest. Which is pretty breathtaking. When you think about it, the two areas that most contributed to this run up a global debt were developed countries. The United States, the EU, Japan, all massively, increasing their debt. And. And corporations in the developing world, principally India and China who are growing like crazy right now in financing with debt. But the rich countries this is really concerning the United States. Well, here's the you know, what typically what a wealthy country. Does is. When the economy is good. You raise taxes you increase revenues. Yes. It has a risk of slightly slowing down the economy. But that's the whole point. The economy's good you raise taxes increase revenues sock money away for a rainy day. Well, you know, Trump in there Republicans last year did the exact opposite two years ago. They instead increase spending and cut taxes and massively increased our debt. Now, that's stimulative that that goose's the economy not in a healthy way is sort of like a sugar high. But that's what it does. But it's not just us doing it. The US added close to two trillion dollars in fiscal stimulus to our debt. Assistant stimulus two trillion dollars. Since Trump became president. The euro zone has recently just ended a two and a half trillion dollar stimulus program and Japan just approved an eight hundred sixty billion dollar budget. In addition to three and a half trillion dollars in stimulus from the bag Japan. This led Christine Lagarde who is the managing director of the International Monetary Fund to say at the World Economic Forum. In davos. Quote after two years of solid expansion. The world is growing more slowly than expected and risks are rising. This. This is something that we should all be very frankly concerned about and where is the money going. As the economy continues to grow based on this kind of stimulus. Well, it's the money is going to the people who are loaning the money. The very richest. But by the numbers this from the access newsletter again last year, forty three of the world's wealthiest people held assets cash real estate things like that the total as much as half the world's population. Forty three individuals have as much wealth as half of the world's population last year. This year it's down to twenty six individuals in the ten years since the financial crisis. The number of billionaires has nearly doubled between two thousand seventeen in two thousand eighteen new billionaire was created every two days the wealth of the world's two thousand two hundred billionaires rose by two and a half billion dollars a year last year. Big business in the super rich are quote, fueling the inequality crisis by dodging taxes, driving down wages and using their power their economic and political power to influence policy. And politics. I mean, that's what's going on right now. And then you've got this this guy in the White House who's like tweeting out. Oh, it's mighty cold in Washington DC wouldn't be bad to have a little of that girl fashion. Global warming right now. Right. Like it's freezing in DC. I mean, they're having a huge cold snap right now. The reason for this is the global warming has distorted the jet stream and so- Arctic air is sliding down over the east coast of the United States. This has been happening for four or five years now at first it was big news. What the hell is going on? There's an Arctic cyclone or cyclone bomb, or you know, you have all these phrases. Now, it's just normal weather, but it's caused by global warming. Donald Trump apparently doesn't know that. Trump. Instead is saying I want my wall, and I want it now give me two point seven five point seven billion dollars. Now, historically, and this is just an absolute great post over and democratic underground by she too. She she to rights, you know, to Trump. You can have your wall. No prob. Just do it the same way that Obama got ObamaCare. Do it the same way that LBJ got Medicare? Do it the same way that FDR dot social security. Did they hold the government hostage stamina, hold my breath until I turned blue until you give me social security or Medicare now? They authored legislation. It went to congress. They held committee hearings on it. Amendments were proposed. They held studies to determine if it was gonna work or not. There was a long debate in both the house and the Senate about whether this was good policy. How would work out what would happen? They held multiple votes. Obamacare social security Medicare all these things happened. And at the end if you could convince everybody, hey, this is a good idea. Then you got what you wanted. And they did. So why doesn't Donald Trump do that? Well, part of it could be. That he's a narcissistic fool who doesn't understand. How government works? But I think a larger part of it is that he doesn't care. He doesn't really want the wall. That's not the goal here. I mean. Yeah. The wall would make literally billions of dollars for a an Israeli citizen. Who's a Russian oligarch who owns a steel company in Canada? That's the only company in North America. That makes it kind of steel that would be needed for Trump's wall. So you're shoveling more money off to Russian residents. But I don't think that's also why Trump is doing this. I don't think it has anything to do with the wall. I think the wall is the PR stunned to call out to the white racist base and say I'm trying to fight these Brown people every single day. But I think really what he wanted was not the wall. It was the shutdown. He wanted the government shutdown. Now, he's getting all kinds of benefits out of this government shutdown. The FBI is is being damaged. He hates the FBI. Our intelligence agencies are being damaged. You know, food stamps are running out they just they just had to make the February payment because they ran out of money this week. Next the end of the week on Friday. The federal judiciary shuts down which means Robert Muller loses in all probability. Robert Muller loses. His grand jury. I mean, you you could just line all this up. We're you know, it's getting harder as as as Americans are starting to do their taxes now in January to get an early tax return. They're they're calling the IRS for help saying, hey, you know, I thought I could deduct my expenses associated little trucking business here. I turns out I can't you guys screwed me. Well, they don't want anybody answering the phone at the IRS. This is it appears to me. This is the coke brothers fantasy being acted out. This is governor requests statement tomorrow lies in back in two thousand and two on NPR. I don't want to destroy the federal government. I just want to shrink it down to the size ragging drought about paraphrasing. Trump is doing that for these guys. He's doing what the billionaires what he is proving that you don't need federal government in order to have a country. Now, the question is is this going to blow up at his face isn't gonna backfires are going to cause Americans to say what really is this going to be the thing that causes us suddenly to start paying attention to what they're doing over at interior to what they're doing it EPA to what they're doing. And all these basic, you know, these federal departments that are slicing and dicing America selling it off and giving it away to the billionaire class to the damage that he's doing to social security by defunding social security, people who answered the phone when you call in. So now, you've got to wait longer and longer and longer to enroll in Medicare or social security Medicare gets more and more confusing. It's harder to navigate. Oh. Yeah. We'll just talk to AARP and United Healthcare. Right. Privatize it next up social security. We want to privatize that Jamie diamond on Wall Street's got a great idea for you. It. Sure looks to me like what's going on. Right now is a a well thought out plan to devastate Trump's opponents in the federal government, the FBI in particular, but all the people that work at the the people that work at the FDA, the people that work at USDA, the agencies that protect us what what oligarchy and billionaires call regulations you and I call protections protections against our against being poisoned by e coli protections against being ripped off by drug companies protections against the the oil refinery down the down, the, you know, the next town over cranking up the amount of pollution that they're pumping into the air that our kids are breathing. They call that regulation, and they say regulations a terrible thing, we call those.

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"raj shah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"raj shah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg best. I'm June Grosso. And I'm Ed Baxter. On Capitol Hill. Lawmakers are trying to figure out how to end the partial government shutdown. President Trump says he won't sign any measure that doesn't include money for a border wall June. Bloomberg's Peter Barnes and Amy Morris spoke with Raj Shah, former deputy press secretary for Donald Trump and an informal adviser to the Trump twenty twenty campaign. I think as this shutdown stretches on this partial shutdown stretches on which you're going to see is more scrutiny of each side's position. And right now, you see a president who's willing to compromise on some of these issues, whether it's the type of wall funding, or whether it's humanitarian assistance, and you see Democrats led by the speaker unwilling to compromise. And I think, you know, as that continues on I think that you're going to see more of an opening for the president to make the case that he's being reasonable focused on border security and looking for a solution. And he needs a partner in that process. The Senate passed a CR now. Manam asleep back in December that the president didn't sign why would the president not sign that if they wanna meet halfway in compromise. Well, I think first of all the issue is will congress work to fund at least some of the president's priorities on border security, specifically a physical barrier. A he is asked for that. It's something that Democrats have supported. By you know, kind of wide bipartisan numbers in the past to the tune of billions of dollars, including Senator Schumer. And so, you know, speaker Pelosi has said that I'm not going to support a border wall to open the government. I'm not going to support a border wall. If the government is actually open, so the whole notion of give me everything I want, and then let's negotiate is not going to work for the president. It's not tenable position for the Democrats to hold onto. And as this stretches on again, the president is the president. He's in charge of governing, but speaker Pelosi has a big role to play and right now, she has a democratic campaign position rather than a position that that kind of demonstrate she says that she's willing to negotiate and govern. This is a great point the president is the president. He's in charge of governing. But there's a shutdown and right now six different surveys are showing that the Trump administration, and the Republicans may wind up owning this shutdown that is a political risk. And it's also putting lives of people who are being affected by the shutdown rescue. Well, I think first of all I think people compare. The scenario that we're going through right now to circumstances. The nineteen nineties for example, with President Clinton, and I don't think we're in the same political dynamic. I think Gallup just showed a poll showing the president's approval rating hasn't changed in the last several weeks. We're polarized environment. And I think making the case for why border security is important why a physical barrier is important all along the southern border in speaker, Pelosi's home state of California, we've built border secure a border walls, and in those areas, south of San Diego, for example, illegal traffic has reduced by over ninety percent walls work. That's why the head of the border patrol for President Obama who this president actually this president removed from office. So this guy has no reason to support President Trump is coming out and saying his position on the border all is entirely, correct. And he should hold that position until Democrats are willing to fund it. I think there could be broad bipartisan agreement for a Bill that actually addresses border security. Has a funding. One would be a win for frankly, both parties, what about another piece of this that could be rolled into that. That might actually bring House Democrats aboard then plenty of Republicans, which is a fixed to Dhaka to to the dreamer issue. Yeah. I think that that could be part of the conversation. But right now right now, we are not having a conversation because speaker Pelosi has a her caucus in line behind a negotiation strategy, and the further we go along this path, the more the more perilous, it is I think for four House Democrats and remember it's much more difficult to hold a caucus of several hundred members in line than it is for the president to stick with his position. He's you know, one man and one administration, and he can also utilize the bully pulpit. And I think we're gonna see that over the coming days and weeks. I we could talk about this this entire segment, but we really need to get to Republican Representative Steve king of Iowa. He was stripped of his committee assignments senators Mitt Romney and Chris Stewart both now calling on king. Resign. Should the party have said something earlier when he first started making controversial comments? I think they date back to two thousand two and now people are starting to sit up take notice and take action. I'm sure that that certainly there's criticism of some of congressman king's comments in the past. Look what he said is inexcusable. It's deplorable. There's no space for that kind of point of view or those thoughts, I think frankly within the Republican party and the party leadership was right to strip him of the posts that they've that they've done. I think that that's frankly, a step in the right direction and shows that Republican leadership I would say sometimes to greater degree than their democratic counterparts are willing to hold members that make inflammatory comments like that accountable. And to the extent that comment should have been made in the past shore common have been made in the past to to criticize some of this comments in the past. But I think right now you have a situation in front of you where Republican leaders in congress has shown some. Leadership that was Raj Shah, former deputy press secretary for President.

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"raj shah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"raj shah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg best. I'm June Grosso. And I'm Ed Baxter on Capitol Hill. Lawmakers are trying to figure out how to end the partial government shutdown. President Trump says he won't sign any measure that doesn't include money for a border wall and so- June. Bloomberg's Peter Barnes and Amy Morris spoke with Raj Shah form. Deputy press secretary for Donald Trump and an informal adviser to the Trump twenty twenty campaign. I think as this shutdown stretches on this partial shutdown stretches on which you're going to see is more scrutiny of each side's position right now, you see a president who's willing to compromise on some of these issues, whether it's the type of wall funding, or whether it's humanitarian assistance, and you see kind of Democrats led by the speaker unwilling to compromise. And I think as that continues on I think that you're going to see more of an opening for the president to make the case that he's being reasonable focused on border security and looking for a solution. And he needs a partner in that process. The Senate passed a CR unanimously back in December that the president didn't sign why would the president not sign that if they wanna meet halfway in compromise. Well, I I think first of all the issue is will congress work to fund at least some of the president's priorities on border security. Specifically a physical barrier. He has asked for that. It's something that Democrats have supported. It by wide bipartisan numbers in the past to the tune of billions of dollars, including Senator Schumer. And so, you know, speaker Pelosi has said that I'm not going to support a border wall to open the government. I'm not going to support a border wall. If the government is actually open, so the whole notion of give me everything I want, and then let's negotiate is not going to work for the president. It's not a tenable position for the Democrats to hold onto. And as this stretches on again, the president is the president. He's in charge of governing. But speaker Pelosi has a big role to play in right now, she has a democratic campaign position rather than a position that that kind of demonstrates that she's willing to negotiate and govern. But this is a great point the president is the president. He's in charge of governing. But there's a shutdown and right now six different surveys are showing that the Trump administration, and the Republicans may wind up owning the shutdown that is a political risk. And it's also putting lives of people who are being affected by the shutdown at to. Well, I think first of all I think people compare. The scenario that we're going through right now to circumstances. The nineteen nineties for example, with President Clinton, and I don't think we're in the same political dynamic. I think Gallup just showed a poll showing the president's approval rating hasn't changed in the last several weeks. We're polarized environment. And I think making the case for why border security is important to why a physical barrier is important along the southern border in speaker, Pelosi's home state of California, we built border secure a border walls, and in those areas, south of San Diego, for example. Illegal traffic has reduced by over ninety percent, walls work. That's why the head of the border patrol for President Obama who this president actually this current president removed from office. So this guy has no reason to support President Trump is coming out and saying his position on the border all is entirely, correct. And he should hold that position until Democrats are willing to fund it. I think there could be broad bipartisan agreement for a Bill that actually addresses border security has a funding. One would be a win for frankly, both parties, what about another piece of this that could be rolled into that. And that might actually bring House Democrats aboard and plenty of Republicans, which is a fixed to Dhaka to to the dreamer issue. Yeah. I think that that could be part of the conversation. But right now right now, we are not having a conversation because speaker Pelosi has her caucus in line behind a no negotiation strategy. And I think the further we go along this path the more the more perilous it is. I think for four House Democrats and remember it's much more difficult to hold a caucus of several hundred members in line than it is for the president to stick with his position. He's one man and one administration, and he can also utilize the bully pulpit. And I think we're gonna see that over the coming days and weeks. I if we could talk about this this entire segment, but we really need to get to Republican Representative Steve king of Iowa. He was stripped of his committee assignments senators Mitt Romney and Chris Stewart both now calling on king to resign. Should the party have said something earlier when he first started making controversial comments? I think they date back to two thousand two and now people are starting to sit up take notice and take action. I'm sure that that certainly there's criticism of some of congressman king's comments in the past. Look what he said is inexcusable. It's deplorable. There is no space for that kind of point of view or those thoughts, I think frankly within the Republican party and the party leadership was right to strip him of the posts that. That they've done. I think that that's frankly, a step in the right direction and shows that Republican leadership I would say sometimes to greater degree than their democratic counterparts are willing to hold members that make inflammatory comments like that accountable. And to the extent that comment should have been made in the past shore should have been made in the past to criticize some of these comments in in the past. But I think right now you have a situation in front of you where Republican leaders in congress showing some leadership that was rush Shaw. Former deputy press.

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"raj shah" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"raj shah" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I've been waiting all weekend. He writes Democrats must get to work now. Border must be secured. That is the president trolling Democrats as he often does in the morning and good for him. Good for him that the that. They are not doing what they need to be doing is remarkable got to tell you that Raj Shah who has been Sarah Huckabee Sanders deputy for so long has left the White House and joined a new venture with Jamie Rubin. Very smart guy on the left to start Ballard partners the Ballard media group. Former top White House aide Russia to share BI partisan strategic communications practice. Ballard partners one of Washington's fastest growing federal government relations firm and premier firm in Florida now say is watching Ballard media group of bipartisan full-service multidisciplinary strategic communication division that brings together the talented professionals with unrivalled real world expertise leading the new ventures. Russia will join the firms of partner and James, Jamie Rubin who joined the firm last year. See this is this is the way to do. It actually has to be bipartisan not partisan media is becoming increasingly partisan. All right. It's becoming armed camps. The militarize media industrial complex pick your station. I'll tell you what point of view you are ninety nine percent likely to hear pick your cable news outlet. I'll tell you what you're going to hear ninety five percent of the time. Not ninety nine percent of the time. I I work. Over at MSNBC, occasionally, and you're not gonna hear that's why the MSNBC audiences. React. So negatively when I show up because I speak truth the truth of this situation. The FBI is on the hot seat. They tried to get the story out there. People are now ignoring it. So a second story has been leaked by the permanent government, not the deep state just the permanent government that loved the Iran JCP away that the Pentagon was shocked and the State Department shocked that John Bolton requested for the president the NFC options for attacking Iran after they attacked our embassy. They missed he tweeted again, okay quickly. What did the president tweets? I've gotta go. Find it after the break friends after Nancy and crying Chuck could end the shutdown in fifteen minutes at this point is become there. Then the Democrats fault more when we come back America. Jerry.

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White House spokesman Raj Shah leaves White House

Hugh Hewitt

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

White House spokesman Raj Shah leaves White House

"Partners the Ballard media group. Former top White House aide Russia to share BI partisan strategic communications practice. Ballard partners one of Washington's fastest growing federal government relations firm and premier firm in Florida now say is watching Ballard media group of bipartisan full-service multidisciplinary strategic communication division that brings together the talented professionals with unrivalled real world expertise leading the new ventures. Russia will join the firms of partner and James, Jamie Rubin who joined the firm last year. See this is this is the way to do. It actually has to be bipartisan not partisan media is becoming increasingly partisan. All right. It's becoming armed camps. The militarize media

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"raj shah" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"raj shah" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"But maybe in your Philadelphia and your morning the last year eagles, which is heartbreaking. I watched the and Jake tapper Gary will Kim sorry for you guys. Maybe you're in Atlanta, and you're driving to work because you don't have the shutdown of the federal government. Greetings. Maybe you're in my New York station. My Pennsylvania station, my main station, my New Hampshire station, anywhere. And if you're in Cleveland, you're doing a jig because the Browns have been hiring all the best coaches in the NFL want to Cleveland because they know we got bigger Baker touchdown maker. And you might be a little Bill. You might be down in Florida and Romanian, but great station down there. Marc Caputo writing this morning in the politico, Florida report that governor to Santa's is off to a great start. Mike dewine sworn in Columbus my friends down there. If you're listening Columbus. Mike dewine sworn in on a stack of bible literally by his son of your supreme court. Is it a great picture family dog run around the podium as well? There are a lot of good news this weekend. But there's one horrific piece of news about officer Natalie corona Davis police officer twenty two years old. Who had just graduated from the Sacramento police department training academy in July and completed or field training just before Christmas responded to a traffic accident was assassinated by a forty eight year old guy that we don't know why he shot himself after confronting police. Police had some encounters with them previously. They had gotten a rifle away from him. So we obviously we need a gun violence restraining order against this guy. And I suspect I don't know bitterness against the men and women in blue Lee, Jim defined the first police officer turns out to be this. Wonderful young person who just did not. Was so heartbreaking. Mike gallagher. My colleague on many of these stations will no doubt be talking about corona. Gallagher's? Army will no doubt center family support. Please go to Gallagher's army dot com and support the fun for fallen officers families because there's some stuff that the government doesn't cover a police departments can't cover. And if anyone deserves help in a time like this. It is indeed officer corona the president United States has tweeted. I've been waiting all weekend. He writes Democrats must get to work now. Border must be secured. That is the president trolling Democrats as he often does in the morning and good for him. Good for him that the that. They are not doing what they need to be doing is remarkable got to tell you that Raj Shah who has been Sarah Huckabee Sanders deputy for so long has left the White House and joined a new venture with Jamie Rubin. Very smart guy on the left to start Ballard partners the Ballard media group. Former top White House aide Russia to share by partisan strategic communications practice. Ballard partners one of Washington's fastest growing federal government relations firm and premier firm in.

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"raj shah" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:24 min | 3 years ago

"raj shah" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Show. Many of your saying from work inside the beltway. But maybe in Philadelphia and your mourning the loss year eagles which was heartbreaking. I watched the Jake tapper Gary will Kim sorry for you guys. Maybe you're in Atlanta, and you're driving work because you don't have a shutdown of the federal government. Greetings. Maybe you're in my New York station. My Pennsylvania station, my main station, my New Hampshire space, anywhere. And if you're in Cleveland, you're doing a jig because the Browns have been hiring all the best coaches in the NFL want to come to Cleveland because they know we got Baker Baker touchdown maker. And you might be in logo. You might be down in Florida and Romanian, but great station down there. Marc Caputo writing this morning in the politico, Florida report that governor to Santa's off to a great start. Mike dewine sworn in Columbus my friends down there. If you're listening Columbus. Mike dewine sworn in on a stack of bible, literally by his son of the Ohio supreme court, isn't it? Great picture family dog run around the podium as well. There are a lot of good news this weekend. But there's one horrific piece of news about obser- Natalie corona a Davis police officer twenty two years old. Who had just graduated from the Sacramento police department training academy in July and completed her field training just before Christmas. Responded to a traffic accident was assassinated by a forty eight year old guy that we don't know why he shot himself after confronting police that police had some encounters with them previously. They had gotten a rifle away from him. So he obviously we need a gun violence restraining order against this guy. And I suspect I don't know bitterness against the men and women in blue leads him to find the first police officer turned out to be this wonderful young person who just did not. Was just so heartbreaking. Mike gallagher. My colleague on many of these stations will no doubt be talking about option. Corona Gallagher's army will no doubt center family support. Please go to Gallagher's army dot com and support the fun for fallen officers families because there is some stuff that the government doesn't cover a police departments can't cover. And if anyone deserves help in a time like this. It is indeed corona the person United States has tweeted. I've been waiting all weekend. He writes Democrats must get to work now. Border must be secured. That is the president trolling Democrats as he often does in the morning and good for him. Good for him that the that. They're not doing what they need to be doing is remarkable got to tell you that Raj Shah who has been Sarah Huckabee Sanders deputy for so long has left the White House and has joined a new venture with Jamie Rubin. Very smart guy on the left to start Ballard partners the Ballard media group. Former top White House aide Russia to share bipartisan partisan strategic communications practice. Ballard partners. One of Washington's fastest growing federal government relations firm and premier firm in Florida. Now say is watching Ballard media group bipartisan full-service multidisciplinary should teach. It communication division that brings together the talents talented professionals with unrivalled real world expertise leading the new ventures. Russia who will join the firm partner and James Jamie Rubin who joined the firm last year. You see this is this is the way to do. It actually has to be bipartisan not partisan media is becoming increasingly partisan. All right. It's becoming armed camps. The militarize media industrial complex pick your station. I'll tell you what point of view you are ninety nine percent likely to hear. Pick your cable news outlet now pay you what you're going to hear ninety five percent of the time. Not ninety nine percent of time. I I work. Over at MSNBC, occasionally, and you're not gonna hear that's why be MSNBC audiences. Reacts negatively when I show up because I speak truth the truth of this situation. The FBI is on the hot seat. They tried to get the story out there. People are now ignoring it. So second story has been leaked by the permanent government, not the deep state just the permanent government that loved the Iran JCP away that the Pentagon was shocked and the State Department shot that John Bolton requested for the president the NFC options for attacking Iran after they attacked our embassy. They missed he tweeted again, okay quickly. What did the president tweets? I've got to go find it after the break friends after Nancy and crying Chuck can end the shutdown and fifteen minutes at this point is become there. Then the Democrats fault more when we come back America. Jerry Hendriks joins me as well. Retired navy captain brand new story in the national review on what happened to the airport is a mockery. 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"raj shah" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"raj shah" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Fifteen five claims in thirty one days. So he averaged twenty six claims day and the record for a calendar month was also that that the the October so the full calendar month before the midterms, but I forget that exact number off hand. But but basically the period before the midterms steadily leading up from June twenty teen through Tober was my father the worst period for dishonesty of his whole presidency. I there are reporters who are reticent to use the word lie versus falsehoods or some other synonym. You've I think if I'm correct about this you you certainly used both. But I am curious as to your thoughts as to why you think that is and maybe even it appears in headlines falsehoods as opposed to lie is that is an American thing is an American journalism thing that something else. What what what is your thought on that? I don't think it's specific to America. Because I think we have some of the same Renison's in Canada like even Canada. I'm I think I'm the person who will use line those quickly. I think a lot of it comes from sort of senior levels of media outlets. Whether it's a TV station or a media or newspaper chain or individual newspaper. I think many editors and certainly publishers and people on the business side, the the owner the steel see lie as as pining as editorial Leising as a as a departure from journalistic standards of objectivity and Myron is that that's that's that's wrong. I think calling a lie a lie when it's a lie is is it is objective. I think you know, our job as reporters is. Tell the truth. And when the president says that the terrorists that he's bragged about don't exist. He told the Wall Street Journal what tariff where do you see tariffs or when he says that the the head of the boy scouts called him to to praise his speech the boy scouts and then forced to admit that. No that phone call Negra happened. I think objectively that's a lie. And I think in any other context in our lives, like if our spouse that to us, or if our friend or or center daughter, we'd say that they lie to us. And so I don't see why us, you know, being Porter's means we have to be less straight shooters than literally any other person would be I think we should just tell it like it is when when it's clear, so I think in some cases, you know, false claim is better because we don't know intent. But I think in a lot of cases the deceitful intent is so clear from Trump that I don't really have any qualms anymore about about using lie. Daniel it's very clear that you have made name for yourself in the states on this sort of Trump checks. What is your current relationship with the Trump White House in terms of access in terms of how often you might hear from them? You know, they clearly see what you do. I'm sure they do not like what you're doing. And I'm curious as to how that has impacted the relationship if it has on I have no relationship with them. It's it's kind of funny. I mean, the only time I've dealt with them literally ever was when I got a scoop on something trumpets about NASA. I got a paint off the record comments. He had made to another media outlet and was planning to write about them. So had to have the White House for comment in that. That was literally the only time like I have to ask a colleague, I just sending EM's to people who cover the White House more directly. Do do. You have the direct Email. Dresses for like, Sarah Sanders, or Raj Shah or any of the the deputy press secretary's and someone sent me some emails, and then they they called me in that case, otherwise they just the couple of times I've tried to get in touch with them. For fact checks. They've not responded, they don't comet they don't call me to complain about the facts, they just basically, nor me as White House usually do with four correspondent, certainly Canadian correspondents. So it's it's kind of a blissful distance..

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"raj shah" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:09 min | 3 years ago

"raj shah" Discussed on KGO 810

"Now, more Armstrong and Getty on K G O, eight ten. The best Armstrong and Getty. What was I gonna say? Oh, yeah. The something reminded me of the situation in England that we could talk about. More. Oh, the house of the rising sun thing. What's this? Geeks. Name. There's this Churchill he's no Tommy Morrison is is non diplomacy. It depends. Who you ask how you describe him? He's an ultra right-winger or he's an he calls himself an anti. Islam is anti radical Islamist. Who is a politically? Incorrect agitator in Britain. And he just got arrested and he's in jail now because he was videotaping commentaries outside of a trial of some Muslim fellows who were accused of grooming. A girls to be raped part of the ongoing huge horrifying systematic child. Rape thing going on in various cities in England. That's getting very little tension because it's very uncomfortable, especially for the progressive media. But this guy was out front videotaping commentaries for his website. And the things he said were deemed by the British authorities to be racially provocative, and whatever their laws are over there that govern free speech. And now he's in the who's gal right now. And I'm telling you, you got that you got the Austrian the new Australian government which swung to the right is voted to end benefits for migrants and refugees or something like that. Europe is is going through seizures now of of discontent and anger, and there's a tendency on the American left, especially to pretend that well. It's just a bunch of racists or something are mad about this stuff. But. It's it's not that seizures of discontent volume. Three of my auto-biography. Yeah. Covers ages thirteen to fourteen compelling stuff. Compelling stuff, especially the chapter where you discover self pleasure. Miami to Caesar's of discontent. Can't forget it. So anyway, that's that's that reminds me Britain's killing itself our closest ally our old buddy are former master his it's killing itself. And where that ends we shall see. But their experiments with an Canada's do with limiting free speech. We can't have speeds that like offends people. We'll just make that illegal is well, it's suicidal. How about J crews offensive new t shirt for children? We'll talk about that later now. Now now now. Some allegedly offensive t shirt from some clothing retailer. That'll get talked about fifty million times. I can't go there. I can give you seven reasons to be mad about it. Wow. According to the internet. Wait, a minute up outrage and list. How can I say, no? So some good fake news over the weekend. The Washington Post and the New York Times went crazy on was it Friday Thursday and Friday when Trump unleashed that. No to Kim saying dear fat head. I'd love to meet, but we can't be more because you've been to Maine, by the way, we got lots of bombs, right? Yes. We got lots of you. Keep talking about your mom. We got a million bombs anyway, I'd still have to get together. At some point. If your scheduled clears signed Dali, Donny, Jay and. And then the North Korea's reaction that was actually very very interesting. If you didn't follow the news, Kim said, whoa. Hey, wait. Now, we can still get together. Let's talk we got issues. I know we got issues bullets this settles issues and still get together. So whether it happens or not and what happens add it. Nobody knows. But apparently is back on this summit. The president of South Korea met with him trying to get it going again. So and fat head immediately. Gave the Chason spouse speech you. Yeah. Yeah. Listen. I it's not that big a deal. It's it's yeah. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Let's get together. So what he's playing at like, I said nobody else. But so the the wop ho in the New York Times had absolutely beaten the hell out of Trump, David Martin. Nakimora in the Washington Post wrote that critics fear that the president determined to declare victory will allow his desire for a legacy making deal to override the substance of the negotiations. Walpole Paula while Paul Waldman mocked Trump's desire for wind saying he was turning him into a fool was getting played. And then he walked away from the talks. And Mark land learned David Sanger of the New York Times. David Sanger's is excellent journalists in in the know, he wrote an article saying there deep divisions between Trump and his advisors, and they said that a senior White House official told them that even if the meeting were reinstated holding it on June twelfth would be impossible given the lack of time the amount of planning needed. So a senior White House officials said it would be impossible. Trump tweeted calling it fake news saying the failing New York Times quotes, a senior White House official who doesn't exist as saying. Even if the meeting reinstated it would be impossible wrong, again us real people that funding sources. Well, so the the New York Times said yes that source does exist and they release the tape of the on background briefing. Which is a heck of a move. Yeah. And they leaked the audio in which a White House staffer. Indeed. It's Raj Shah deputy press secretary. Introducing this pottenger person who's an act I'm not familiar with. But then they have the tape of pottenger saying a lot of stuff, but nothing even close to the twelfth would be impossible. He says, well, it will be difficult because there's a lot of planning and that sort of stuff to do, but we could happen. And so then the New York Times and the Washington Post and the journalists involved what heavy on C, the source does exist. He does. But he didn't say what you made the headline exactly the headline was entirely fictional. This story saying that White House officials said it was impossible is not true. It said. The white the reporter said or that ship has sailed right and the White House official says. I think the main point is opposes that the ball is in North Korea's court right now. And there's really not a lot of time. We've lost quite a bit of time that we would need in order to. I mean, there's been an enormous amount of preparation that's gone over the past few months at the White House at St. the needs to take place at the working level and cetera et cetera. Not very significant then and June. Twelfth is in ten minutes to be, you know, but the president has said that he has that someday looks forward to meeting with Kim. You will note rights, Mollie Hemingway. I think Hemingway in the the the federalist you'll note at no time does the White House officials say that the meetings impossible at no point does he agree that the ship has sailed or that time has run out. He says it would be difficult to prepare for the summit given the lack of time. But his main point is that the ball is in North Korea's court, and they need that quickly. So I I'm telling it's crazy that the New York Times would make a claim, you know, the president said there's no source. Well, there is a source, but he said something completely different. Just so, you know, they do that. Yeah. That that. That's that was my takeaway. So sometimes you get information and then make up a story way beyond. What your bright source said? Right. And Molly concedes Trump is lit Asli imprecise his sentences tweeted or spoken word salads that can be difficult to diagram. But this was fake news. Good morning, five.

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"raj shah" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:21 min | 3 years ago

"raj shah" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"What was I gonna say? Oh, yeah. The something reminded me of the situation in England that we could talk about. Or? Oh, the house of the rising sun thing. What's this? Geeks. Name. There's this. No, Tommy Morrison is is non diplo say it depends. Who you ask how you describe him? He's an ultra right-winger or he's an he calls himself an anti. Islam is anti radical Islamist. Who is a politically? Incorrect agitator in Britain. And he just got arrested and he's in jail now because he was videotaping commentaries outside of a trial of some Muslim fellows who are accused of grooming. A girls to be raped part of the ongoing huge horrifying systematic child. Rape thing going on in various cities in England. That's getting very little tension because it's very uncomfortable, especially for the progressive media. But this guy was out front videotaping commentaries for his website. And the things he said were deemed by the British authorities to be racially provocative, and whatever their laws are over there that govern free speech. And now he's in the who's gal right now. And I'm telling you, you got that you got the Austrian the new Austrian government which swung to the right is voted to end benefits for migrants and refugees or something like that. Europe is going through seizures now of of discontent and anger, and there's a tendency on the American left, especially to pretend that well. It's just a bunch of racists or something are mad about this stuff. But. It's not that seizures of discontent volume. Three of my autobiography, yeah. Now covers ages thirteen to fourteen compelling stuff. Compelling stuff, especially the chapter where you discover self-government Caesar's of discontent. Can't forget it. So anyway, that's that reminds me is killing itself. Our closest ally our old, buddy. Our former master. His killing itself. And where that ends we shall see. But their experiments with an Canada's to with limiting free speech. We can't have speech that like offends people. We'll just make that illegal is well, it's suicidal. How about J crews offensive new t shirt for children? We'll talk about that later now. Now now now. No. Some allegedly offensive t shirt from some clothing retailer. That'll get talked about fifty million times. I can't go there. I can give you seven reasons to be mad about it. Wow. According to the internet. Wait a minute. Ginned up outrage and the list. How can I say, no? So some good fake news over the weekend. The Washington Post and the New York Times went crazy on was it Friday Thursday and Friday when Trump unleashed that. No to Kim saying dear fat head. I'd love to meet, but we can't anymore because you've been to Maine, by the way, we got lots of bombs, right? Yes. We got lots of Bob you keep talking about your mom. We've got a million bombs anyway, I still have to get together at some point if your scheduled clears signed Donny, Donny, Jay. And then, you know, the North Korea's reaction that was actually very very interesting. If you didn't follow the news, Kim said, whoa. Hey, wait. Now, we can still get together. Let's talk we got issues. I know we got issues bullets the settlers issues and still get together. So whether it happens or not what happens at it. Nobody knows. But apparently he's back on the summit. This the president of South Korea met with him trying to get it going again. So and fat head immediately. You gave the chase mood spouse. Speech you, yeah. Yeah. Listen. I it's not that big a deal. It's it's a. Yeah. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Let's get together. So what he's playing that? Like, I said nobody else. But so the the wa PO in the New York Times had absolutely beaten the hell out of Trump Dave nakimora in the Washington Post wrote that critics fear that the president determined declare victory will allow his desire for a legacy making deal to override the substance of the negotiations. Wa PO Paula while Paul Waldman mocks Trump's desire for win saying he was turning him into a fool was getting played. And then he walked away from the talks and Mark land. Learn David Sanger of the New York Times, David Sanger's, excellent journalists, and in the know, he wrote an article saying there deep divisions between Trump and his advisors. And they said that a senior White House official told them that even if the meeting were reinstated holding on June twelfth would be impossible given the lack of time the amount of planning needed. So. A senior White House officials said it would be impossible. Trump tweeted calling it fake news saying the failing New York Times quotes, a senior White House official who doesn't exist as saying. Even if the meaning reinstated it would be impossible wrong, again us real people that funding sources. Well, so the the New York Times said yes that source does exist and they release the tape of the on background briefing, which is a heck of a move. Yeah. And they leaked the audio in which a White House staffer. Indeed, it's Raj Shah deputy press secretary. Introducing this pottenger person who's act I'm not familiar with. But then they have the tape of pottenger saying a lot of stuff, but nothing even close to the twelfth would be impossible. He says, well, it'll be difficult because there's a lot of planning and that sort of stuff to do, but we could happen. And so then the New York Times and the Washington Post and the journalists in. Went heavy on C, the source does exist he does. But he didn't say what you made the headline exactly the headline was entirely fictional. The story saying that White House officials said it was impossible is not true. It said. The white the reporter said or that ship has sailed right and the White House official says. I think the main point is supposes that the ball is in North Korea's court right now. And there's really not a lot of time. We've lost quite a bit of time that we would need an order to. I mean, there's been an enormous amount of preparation that's gone over the past few months of the White House at St. the needs to take place at the working level and cetera et cetera. Not very significant then and June. Twelfth is in ten minutes. It's going to be you know, but the president has said that he has that someday looks forward to meeting with him. You will note rights, Mollie Hemingway. I think Hemingway in the the the federalist you'll note at no time does the White House officials say that the meetings impossible at no point does he agree that the ship has sailed or the time is run out. He says it will be difficult to prepare for the summit given the lack of time. But his main point is that the ball is in North Korea's court, and they need that quickly. So I'm telling it's crazy that the New York Times, you would make a claim that, you know, the president said there's no source is a source,.

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"raj shah" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:40 min | 3 years ago

"raj shah" Discussed on KGO 810

"Now back to is strong and Getty on K G O eight ten. Armstrong and Getty. Armstrong and Getty. What was I gonna say? Oh, yeah. The something reminded me of the situation in England that we could talk about. Oh, the house of the rising sun thing. What's this? Geeks. Name. There's this Churchill he's no Tommy Morrison is is non diplo. Musee depends. Who you ask how you describe him? He's an ultra right-winger or he's an he calls himself an anti. Islam is anti radical Islamist. Who is a politically? Incorrect agitator in Britain. And he just got arrested and he's in jail now because he was videotaping commentaries outside of a trial of some Muslim fellows who were accused of grooming girls to be raped part of the ongoing huge horrifying systematic child. Rape thing going on in various cities in England. That's getting very little tension because it's very uncomfortable, especially for the progressive media. But this guy was out front videotaping commentaries for his website. And the things he said were deemed by the British authorities to be racially provocative, and whatever their laws are over there that govern free speech. And now he's in the who's gal right now. And I'm telling you, you got that you got the Austrian the new Australian government which swung to the right is voted to end benefits for migrants and refugees and stuff like that. Europe is going through seizures now of of discontent and anger, and there's a tendency on the American left, especially to pretend that well. It's just a bunch of racists or something are mad about this stuff. But. It's not that seizures of discontent volume. Three of my autobiography. Yeah covers ages thirteen to fourteen compelling stuff. Compelling stuff, especially the chapter where you discover self pleasure. Miami Caesar's of discontent can't forget it. So anyway, that's that reminds me Britain's killing itself our closest ally our old buddy are former master his it's killing itself. And where that ends we shall see. But their experiments with in Canada's do with limiting free speech. We can't have speeds that like offends people. We'll just make that illegal is well suicidal. How about J crews offensive new t shirt for children? We'll talk about that later now. Now now. Oh, no. Some allegedly offensive t shirt from some clothing retailer. That'll get talked about fifty million times. I can't go there. I can give you seven reasons to be mad about it. Wow. According to the internet. Wait, a minute ginned up outrage and the list. How can I say, no? So some good fake news over the weekend. The Washington Post and the New York Times went crazy on was it Friday Thursday and Friday when Trump unleashed that. No to Kim saying dear fat head. I'd love to meet, but we can't more because you've been to Maine, by the way, we got lots of bombs, right? Yes. We got lots of Bob you keep talking about your mom. We got a million bombs anyway, I'd still to get together. At some point if your schedule clears signed, Donny, Donny and. And then the North Korea's reaction that was actually very very interesting. If you didn't follow the news, Kim said, whoa. Hey, wait. Now, we can still get together. Let's talk we got issues. I know we got issues bullets the settlers issues and still get together. So whether it happens or not, and what happens at a nobody knows. But apparently is back on this. The president of South Korea met with him. Trying to get it going again. So and fat head immediately. Gave the like Chason spouse speech you. Yeah. Yeah. Listen. I it's not that big a deal. Let's yeah. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Let's get together. So what he's playing at like, I said nobody else, but so the the wop ho in the New York Times, I absolutely beaten the hell out of Trump David Martin nakimora in the Washington Post wrote that critics fear that the president determined to declare victory will allow his desire for a legacy making deal to override the substance of the negotiations. Walpole Paula while Paul Waldman mocked Trump's desire for wind saying he was turning him into a fool was getting played. And then he walked away from the talks. And Mark land. Learn David Sanger of the New York Times navy Sanger's an excellent journalists. And in the know, he wrote an article saying there deep divisions between Trump and his advisors. And they said that a senior White House official told them that even if the meeting were reinstated holding it on June twelfth would be impossible given the lack of time the amount of planning needed. So a senior White House officials said it would be impossible. Trump tweeted calling it fake news saying the failing New York Times quotes, a senior White House official who doesn't exist as saying. Even if the meeting reinstated it would be impossible wrong, again us real people that funding sources. Well, so the the New York Times said yes that source does exist and they released the tape of the on background briefing. Which is a heck of a move. Yeah. And they leaked the audio in which a White House staffer. Indeed, it's Raj Shah deputy press secretary. Introducing this pottenger person who's active. I'm not familiar with. But then they have the tape of pottenger saying a lot of stuff, but nothing even close to the twelfth would be impossible. He says, well, it'll be difficult because there's a lot of planning and that sort of stuff to do, but it could happen. And so then the New York Times and the Washington Post and the journalists involved went heavy on C the source does exist he does. But he didn't say what you made the headline exactly the headline was entirely fictional. The story saying that White House officials said it was impossible is not true. It said. The white the reporter said or that ship has sailed right and the White House official says. I think the main point I suppose is that the ball is in North Korea's court right now. And there's really not a lot of time. We've lost quite a bit of time that we would need in order to. I mean, there's been an enormous amount of preparation that's gone over the past few months of the White House at St. the needs to take place at the working level and cetera et cetera. Not very significant then and June. Twelfth is in ten minutes. It's going to be, you know, but the president has said that he has that someday looks forward to meeting with Kim. You will note rights, Mollie Hemingway. I think Hemingway in the the the federalist you'll note at no time does the White House officials say that the meetings impossible at no point does he agree that the ship has sailed or that time has run out. He says it would be difficult to prepare for the summit given the lack of time. But his main point is that the ball is in North Korea's court, and they need that quickly. So I I'm telling it's crazy that the New York Times would make a claim the, you know, the president said there's no source while.

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White House attorney McGahn to lead Trump's Supreme Court search

Mandy Connell

01:30 min | 4 years ago

White House attorney McGahn to lead Trump's Supreme Court search

"The economy for the rest of the year see you economist richard watkins says trade policy and political uncertainty are worrisome i think that's weighing on business leaders a little bit and that's reflected in a little bit less positive view on hiring a little bit less positive view on capital investment while they can says colorado business leaders are starting to feel some of the effects of the tight labor force president trump says he has so far interviewed four potential nominees to the supreme court trump says he will announce his nominee for the court next monday july ninth the white house counsel's office led by don mcgann well once again oversee the selection of president trump's supreme court nominee and manage the confirmation process as it did for justice neal gorsuch last year deputy press secretary raj shah who sometimes holds briefings for sarah sanders we'll step away from that white house role in order to work full time on the supreme court nomination shall will oversee communications strategy and messaging coordination with allies on capitol hill karen travers abc news the white house there are reports president trump could be holding his next meeting with north korean leader kim jong un in new york city unnamed us officials say trump might offer kim a meeting in new york as a reward for moving to denuclearize the communist state if he's still say the meeting could happen in september during the un general assembly dow industrials losing seventy six points right now the s and p five hundred off five the nasdaq is up eighteen our next news updates at one thirty i'm susan witkin koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one.

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Congress, Attorney and Marc Short discussed on Washington Today

Washington Today

02:02 min | 4 years ago

Congress, Attorney and Marc Short discussed on Washington Today

"Children don't you have any people that they go through jill more than that exchange today's white house daily briefing and last night cbs news reporting that press secretary sarah sanders was planning to leave her position later this year in response on twitter she said quote does cbs news know something i don't about my plans and my future i was at my daughter's year end kindergarten event and they ran a story about me in my plans to leave the white house without even talking to me ayman jabar's of cnbc following up at today's daily briefing officials here at the white house were reportedly eyeing the exits march raj shah and yourself you give us a sense of what to expect or any of those leading and what's the plan to replace i don't know that there's a need to replace them as i stated last night in a tweet addict cvs got a little ahead of their skis particularly since they put out a story about my thinking without ever actually talking to me that would be a little bit problematic in terms of personnel announcements i don't have any to make i can tell you that i show up here every day i love my job i'm glad to work for the president in each and every day i'll pray for clarity and discernment on what my future looks like right now i think the country's looks pretty good and i'm glad to get to be a part of that process and i'm going to continue to do my job that from today's daily briefing with white house press secretary sarah sanders the wall street journal though is reporting that white house legislative affairs director marc short is planning to leave his job ahead of the two thousand eighteen midterms sources telling the wall street journal that mark short is citing quote diminishing returns on getting president trump's a legislative goals through congress ahead of the november elections when the journal asked mark short to comment he said quote there are so many leaks in this building you can read more details at wsjcom new york's attorney general barbara underwood today following a lawsuit in new york supreme court alleging that.

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Special Counsel, Pierre Thomas and Michael Cohen discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

01:47 min | 4 years ago

Special Counsel, Pierre Thomas and Michael Cohen discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"Of afternoon storms is causing a lot of damage around our area wsb's michelle wright reports slide the heavy rain damaged an apartment in lithuania yeah that's right i mean thought she was in the safest place she could be during yesterday's storms inside of her apartment roof on teen but as the rain came falling down she tells channel two action news that's when her roof came falling in part of it hitting her in the back hit me it's hit me in my back and it's been an head she tells channel two action news she's okay but says the roof was leaking prior to the collapse meanwhile in halberstam county officials are checking to see if lightning may have sparked a blaze that destroyed a chicken house there reporting live michelle wright wsb severe weather pounds wilkes barre pennsylvania this resident describes the damage to a local shopping plaza back cast of barnes and nobles through was blown off the whole entire front of dick's sporting goods was blown on on facebook described multiple collapsed buildings but we have no reports of injuries the area was under tornado warning white house press secretary sarah sanders disputes reports she is leaving the administration cbs news quotes sources who say sanders deputy raj shah planning to leave at the end of the year sanders tweets that's news to her but fox report she's been weighing her options president i think may end up setting a record for white house press secretary's communication tractors the wsb political analyst bill crane the new york times reports trump aids are burning president trump's fixer or michael cohen is about to lose his legal team abc news cohen is likely to cooperate with federal prosecutors word he's parting ways with his own attorneys among the reasons a source says concern over payment of legal fee abc's pierre thomas reports cohen is under investigation in the southern district of new york after a referral by the special counsel for now cohen does not face charges inspector general michael horowitz today releases his report into how the.

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Sarah Sanders, Cbs and Twitter discussed on  Bucket Strategy Investing

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:14 min | 4 years ago

Sarah Sanders, Cbs and Twitter discussed on Bucket Strategy Investing

"Thirty nine bible that's eight three three thirty nine bible eight three three thirty nine buydell white house press chief sarah sanders rejecting a report from cbs claiming the cheese planning to leave the white house by the end of this year on twitter she questions if the news network knows something that she doesn't about her future that cbs report also claimed deputy press secretary raj shah is planning to leave soon the united nations general assembly voted to condemn israel for using excessive force against palestinians usa radio's wendy king reports the vote asked un secretary general antonio guiterrez to put an international protection mechanism in place for occupied palestinian territory us ambassador nikki haley had a warning this attempt to start a vote on an amendment proposed by the united states is shameful palestinian un on void riyadh months you're told the members the resolution will contribute to the de escalation of the volatile situation and you're listening to usa radio news this is wayne allyn root i'm a father four and i worry every day about this dangerous world there are so many things that could go wrong economic collapse stock market crash terrorist attack war with north korea.

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The U.S.-China Rivalry Is Just Getting Started

02:19 min | 4 years ago

The U.S.-China Rivalry Is Just Getting Started

"Carol massar and jason kelly on bloomberg radio obviously this is part of a very complex relationship between the united states and china that involves economic issues national security issues and the like of it it's an issue of high concern for china that's been raised with the us with the us government and with our administration at various levels that's deputy white house secretary raj shah speaking this week about president trump's announcement that he's working with chinese president xi to help the quote get back into business vast the chinese company has been crippled by us decision to cut off it's access to key american suppliers that's because it's been accused of making false statements in a sanctions case trump's lifeline disea t illustrates the uncertainty of us authorities about how to deal with china's rising power in technology peter writes this week about the relationship between china and america dubbed china america he joins us now you write about america let's explain exactly what this term means are primarily is a combo of china and america and is a term coined back in two thousand six by the british historian neil ferguson and a german economist mauritshuis alaric to express the idea of the synergy symbiosis between the two giant connie's we had china being high savings and poor us being rich and low savings and finding that they work together kind of china would send it's cheap goods to america creating jobs for millions of chinese lifting them out of poverty meanwhile american got the cheap goods and was able to sell hightech products into chhaya invest and and also get a lot of spend a lot of the us treasury bonds right and in two thousand six this was a very optimistic vision they were cleaning this as something that was very good for the global economy it was it was sorta like necessary and there are problems even back then they were problems because what it did is it actually ended up helping among other things caused the housing crisis because it was the cheap debt that enabled people to buy houses they couldn't afford which led to the housing crash which had global spillover effects but but at the time it was.

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NFL wants Congress to

America's Morning News

02:02 min | 4 years ago

NFL wants Congress to

"Had several discussions with the president on this very topic today to expect personnel changes as a result i do actually yes they do the white house has not offered an apology for sadler's remarks instead doubling down on its argument that the issue is the leak in the first place now several republican senators have demanded an apology from the white house president trump is slated to meet with republican lawmakers today whoever white house spokesman raj shah said he believes the only thing on the agenda is president trump's agenda and he's unaware of any apology will take place of the supreme court has cleared the way for states to legalise betting on sports breaking a long ban and creating a potential a financial boon for states and the gambling industry the high court struck down a federal law in doing so the states that don't want to take advantage of it will generally have to pass legislation to allow books to open a sports leagues had expressed concerns about any expansion of sports gambling but the ruling could be seen as bridging a bringing a popular activity out of the shadows americans wager about one hundred and fifty billion dollars a year on sports illegally according to the american gaming association so how are the sports leagues reacting well the nfl wants congress to enact a framework for legalize sports betting the national hockey league noted that it paves the way to an entirely different landscape one quote in which we have not previously operated the nba and major league baseball they've argued in recent months for a one percent cut of the proceeds if legalize sports betting expands across the country they say part of that money would be needed for additional compliance and enforcement efforts within the game we are talking about betting on your own team that kind of thing the nba for its part came out as i mentioned months ago and said look we know what happens we know people are doing this why not make some money off of it and give us a percentage of the.

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Nevada, Harry Reid and Senate discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:43 min | 4 years ago

Nevada, Harry Reid and Senate discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"Jennifer kushinka is here with more of america's first news put in israeli troops shot dead dozens of palestinian protesters on the gaza border when the opening of the us embassy in jerusalem by the trump administration raise tension to a boiling point after weeks of demonstrations in the bloodiest single day for palestinians since two thousand fourteen officials say at least sixty protesters were killed in twenty seven hundred injured the bloodshed drew calls for restraint from some countries including france and britain but the white house declined to join an urging israel to exercise caution deputy press secretary raj shah aw the responsibility for these tragic deaths rest squarely with hamas hamas intentionally and cynically provoking this response is really dignitaries and guests attended a ceremony in jerusalem yesterday to open the us embassy following its relocation from tel aviv former new jersey governor chris christie spent more than seven years fighting for legalized sports betting in his state after yesterday's supreme court ruling allowing sports gambling christie says it could start in just a few weeks at horse race tracks and casinos this is good for the entire state and it's good for the people who want to bet on these games we can take it out of illegality ticket out of the shadows and bring it out into the light it's going to be good for state revenues many as thirty two states have been preparing to jump into sports gambling as soon as allowed the white house says first lady melania trump underwent an embolism procedure to treat a benign kidney condition the procedure was called successful with no complications jeez expected to remain at walter reed medical center for the rest of the week meanwhile former senate majority leader harry reid of nevada is being treated for pancreatic cancer reads family says doctors caught the problem early and the prognosis for his recovery is good as the.

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Press Briefing by Principal Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah

C-SPAN

02:08 min | 4 years ago

Press Briefing by Principal Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah

"Questions on personal white is hosting some kind of meeting on wednesday with california officials on sanctuary cities can you tell us what that's about will the president what's the what's the point of me i can't obviously get ahead of the meeting but look the department of justice engaged in certain litigation regarding sanctuary cities in california we believe that california should help us and all disabilities and states should help the u the federal government enforcing federal law in helping to deport when appropriate a criminal illegal immigrants and help stem the tide of illegal immigration in the united states it's actually on the rise now it's a point of frustration for the president for the administration so that'll be part of obviously what's discussed this is just a solidify your point i think that i'm saying that i'm not gonna get ahead of the meeting second question is the presence capitol hill tomorrow to meet with senate republicans can you tell us about that meeting and you the topic of the conversation and also he will not get asked by senators about the kelly town sadler issue senators what they'll ask him but i think he will be discussing the administration's agenda i think a focus of that will be on appointees and getting the president's team in place particularly gina asphalt who believe should be confirmed as the next director this is an individual who's had over three decades of exemplary service experience with the cia and we hope that the senate takes upon themselves to confirm her russia's principal deputy white house press secretary it's not solely to talk about is to talk about the yeah organization thanking president the trump organization is involved in a project in indonesia building hotels golf course residences it's getting up to five hundred million dollars in backing from the chinese government.

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Dozens of Palestinians killed in Gaza clashes as US Embassy opens

The John Batchelor Show

00:48 sec | 4 years ago

Dozens of Palestinians killed in Gaza clashes as US Embassy opens

"Nancy reagan roslyn carter also had a procedure and betty ford had a mastectomy when she was in office as well since the palestinians are dead killed during clashes in gaza after the us open the the embassy there in jerusalem monday deputy white house press secretary raj shah says the president still hopes to find a peace plan for the region the peace plan will be brought forward at the appropriate time can be valuated on its merits but the actions today both the opening of the embassy in jerusalem and these tragedies in in southern israel we don't think will impact the peace plan on wall street the dow gained sixty eight points the nasdaq rose eight i'm elliott francis every business needs greet people and the better way to find something better.

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White House blames Hamas for deaths of Palestinians

The Roe Conn Show

01:49 min | 4 years ago

White House blames Hamas for deaths of Palestinians

"For new legislation new language that requires prosecutors and judges to clearly state for the record their rationale for plea agreements especially those that result in the release of habitual repeated gun offenders he's also proposing reinstating the death penalty in illinois for mass murderers and those who kill police officers the first lady at walter reed medical center after having a procedure to treat a kidney condition the white house says he was successful there were no complications the us supreme court citing with new jersey in the states bid to allow sports betting the high court throwing out a federal ban that had been in place more than a quarter century former new jersey governor chris christie says it's a good decision pick this out of the shadows out of illegality and make it illegal enterprise and i think that's going to be a great thing for the people to stay illinois lawmakers considering how sports betting might work for the state in terms of revenue dozens of people have died in violent protests along the border between israel and palestine the white house pinning the blame on hamas white house spokesman raj shah has responsibility for dozens of deaths along the gaza border rests squarely with hamas we believe that hamas has an organization is engaged cynical action this leniency stats more than fifty people have been killed by the israeli military in the palestinian in protests which come the same day as the us opened its new embassy in jerusalem shots at the us supports israel's right to defend itself are like signs abc news washington colorado parks and wildlife officers killed a bear they suspect attacked a five year old girl early sunday morning near grand junction of incidents are rare but they also do indeed occur and we take them incredibly seriously the bear was taken down based on a description they'll follow up with dna sampling and the chicago park district again has a problem with.

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Seddique Mateen, father of Pulse nightclub shooter, revealed as longtime FBI informant

The Clark Howard Show

02:12 min | 4 years ago

Seddique Mateen, father of Pulse nightclub shooter, revealed as longtime FBI informant

"App 965 w where orlando turns first very weak front moving through scattered showers still in the area i'm updating the changes ahead for tomorrow coming up i'm tony marino showers have dissipated a cloudy sixty five in orlando as we continue team coverage white house deputy press secretary raj shah says president trump denies that he had an affair with adult film star stormy daniels the president doesn't believe that any of the claims that mistake made last night interviewer accurate today the adult film star filed a defamation claim against president trump's attorney michael kohn major developments in the trial of the wife of the pulse gunman the federal judge here in orlando today denying a defense request for a mistrial after learned that the gunman's father was an fbi informant for years channel nine eyewitness news reporter ken tyndall was at the courthouse defense attorneys were asking the judge to dismiss the case after the government revealed that omar mateen father had been a confidential fbi informant now the defense says if they had known that information before it could have changed the way they they presented their case and they might have also been able to present alternate defense theories to defend north salman but the judge ruled there were no grounds for that motion and he denied it the defense will continue tomorrow one man is dead two others are in the hospital tonight after a shooting in orange county this afternoon deputy say it happened around three fifteen outside the track way gas station on four city road near maitland boulevard witnesses say as many as twenty shots were fired big day on wall street the dow jones industrial average up six hundred seventy points at the closing bell stocks surging as fears of a trade war between the united states and china subsided after reports that the two countries are negotiating eight thirty three at news ninety six five wdbo on april sixth stop talking stop moving sound because if they hear you they want you critics are calling a quiet place really and genuinely scary it's nothing short of spectacular now one hundred percent fresh on rotten tomatoes emily.

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Michael Cohen's lawyer reacts to Stormy Daniels' "60 Minutes" interview

John and Ken

01:57 min | 4 years ago

Michael Cohen's lawyer reacts to Stormy Daniels' "60 Minutes" interview

"The job the grandmother of a man shot and killed by police in sacramento says she wants justice secreta thompsons grandson was killed last week police fired twenty rounds at stefan clark was suspected of breaking into cars cops say they thought he had a gun but he was holding his cell phone thompson says police didn't have to shoot that many times sudan a lawyer for the family says they want an independent autopsy four people have been detained in a fatal fire at a mall in russia at least sixty four people many of them children have been killed the fire was in a city in siberia more than two thousand miles east of moscow but this man who lives in the russian capital says through an interpreter the loss of the children has touched has touched rather olive russia many of them had leaving to finish school see the world and make their dreams come true a government official in the city where the mall is located says the fire started in a children's play area which had a trampoline with foam rubber he says it appears of the children have a lighter the official says the malls fire alarm did not work in some exits were blocked a russian government official says the mall will be torn down porn actress stormy daniels has amended her defamation lawsuit against president trump's personal lawyer michael cohen admits he paid daniels one hundred thirty k but denied is it was hush money for her silence about a sexual hook up with trump in two thousand six white house spokesman raj shah was asked why cohen pay daniels all charges are settled out of court all the time at michael cohen about the specifics he's trump doesn't believe any claims daniel made in sixty minutes interview that aired last night that includes daniels saint a man once threatened her physical safety in regard to the trump tryst traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center we have a we have a stall that is on the five downey it's on the southbound side just before paramount the right lane is blocked to overall delays loading up off of the one thirty four there's a crash in corona mike o'brien's on it the.

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Michael Bennett of Philadelphia Eagles turns self in on felony charge

Jeff Ward And Ed Clements

02:01 min | 4 years ago

Michael Bennett of Philadelphia Eagles turns self in on felony charge

"I think he may be going to diamonds direct for me need me to order everything before my big date diamonds direct recommended by smart devices and smart people everywhere at the domain beside dick sporting goods newsradio klbj i'm eric like over the weekend the trump administration took action against russia for their alleged role in the poisoning of a former spiny united kingdom white house principal deputy press secretary raj shah says russia's actions were unacceptable wanna work with russia but this type of an action cannot be tolerated the united states is responding to russia's action as i called it brazen and reckless so this is a us response we wanna work with russia the ball's in their court is with respect to how they want to respond the president ordered dozens of russian diplomats out of the country closed a russian consulate in seattle rushes denied being involved in the poisoning they promised to retaliate an nfl star who's accused or hurting a houston paraplegic seniors arraigned philadelphia eagles all pro defensive end michael bennett has surrendered to authorities in houston on a charge that he injured a paraplegic woman as he tried to get onto the field at last year super bowl to celebrate with his brother then it made a brief court appearance monday were a ten thousand dollar bond was set on a felony count of injury to the elderly he was expected to post bail and be released rachel marissa newsradio klbj austin congressman michael mccall says the roommate of austin serial bomber mark anthony content is still being held by police as a person of interest in the case sixyearold colin thomas was sworn by officers as he was walking home from work on the day kind of blew himself up who's held for questioning than released but his family says he had no idea where he was at the time meanwhile condit's death has been ruled a suicide the kale j radar weather watches partly sunny skies eighty three in georgetown now austin news on demand at newsradio klbj dot com traffic time on.

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Bitcoin Ransomware Attack Locks Down Atlanta City Government Computers

The Phil Valentine Show

00:56 sec | 4 years ago

Bitcoin Ransomware Attack Locks Down Atlanta City Government Computers

"Good afternoon it is four o'clock i'm pamela furr with your top stories white house deputy press secretary raj shah says president trump denies he had an affair with adult film star stormy daniels well the president doesn't believe that any of the claims that mistake made last night in the interviewer accurate did not say whether president trump watched the sixty minutes interview and a massive cyber attacks still has the city of atlanta on edge but in a news briefing today atlanta mayor kisha lance bottom says her city is resilient and continues to operate we certainly are not the first two experiences and likely will not be the last she noted that response teams are working around the clock to fix the problem a widespread ransomware attack was launched against city computer systems last week is brought to you by staples it's pro time from the genesis diamonds wgn traffic center seeing several slowdowns.

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Father of Pulse gunman was FBI informant, widow's attorneys say

The Sean Hannity Show

02:22 min | 4 years ago

Father of Pulse gunman was FBI informant, widow's attorneys say

"Is coming up for you in a moment first we have some breaking news orlando police say they are investigating a suspicious package outside the federal courthouse downtown orlando that's where the north salman trial is being held the federal trial of the pulse nightclub shooter is wife we will have more on that on the trial coming up in just a moment i also have breaking news off of wall street today after back to back big down days last thursday and friday us stock markets rallying time today at the closing bell the dow jones industrial average is closing up nearly seven hundred points six hundred seventy points that's almost three percent on the day the nasdaq up two hundred twenty seven points that's about three and a quarter percent and the sp five hundred also up nearly three percent on the day so after those two big back to back days a lot of buying on wall street today investors fears of a trade war are apparently subsiding ninety six five wbz where orlando turns first wake front moving through scattered showers still in the area i'm updating the changes ahead for tomorrow coming up slowdowns on i four eastbound approaching johnyoung parkway to ivanhoe that's gonna take you about twenty one minutes i'm ed torrence news ninety six five wdbo i'm tony marino cloudy seventy five in orlando couple of popup showers around the attractions on the other side of by four in bell l and also seeing one little shower in a pie sean hannity back in five minutes we continue with team coverage with the noor salman trial attorneys representing the pulse gunman's widow presenting their case at the federal courthouse right now solomon's defense team filed emotion overnight to have the case dismissed entirely this after details emerged surrounding omar mateen father sadique mateen was actually a confidential fbi informant from two thousand five until the attack on june of two thousand sixteen solomon's attorneys claim the late disclosure by federal prosecutors prevented them from investigating whether mateen's father knew about his sons plan to shoot up the nightclub darrell moody news ninety six five wdbo very big development that's getting a lot of national attention today we'll have an update from our reporter can tyndall that's been in the courtroom on orlando's evening news white house deputy press secretary raj shah said the trump administration's move to expel sixty russian intelligence officers is in.

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Father of Pulse gunman was FBI informant, widow's attorneys say

The Savage Nation

02:18 min | 4 years ago

Father of Pulse gunman was FBI informant, widow's attorneys say

"This is talk radio five sixty san francisco san jose oakland a cumulus station now on amazon alexa opened the case of oh skill no fret the mass murderer and the fbi i'm michael toscano the president doesn't believe that any of the claims that mistake was made last night interviewer accurate spokesman raj shah saying president trump doesn't believe anyone from his organization threaten porn star stormy daniels not to talk about their alleged sexual affair as she claimed on sixty minutes last night no he does not omar mateen was once being considered as a potential fbi informant prior to killing forty nine people back in two thousand sixteen at the pulse nightclub in orlando that according to an fbi special agent called as a witness today in the ongoing trial of mateen's widow nora salman martin savage reports that perry mason moment came after solomon's attorneys had already filed a motion to dismiss the case because they had just learned the gunman's father said dc martine was an fbi informant the judge in the courtroom today said that he was made aware of this information and the motion by the defense to dismiss or drop the charges and he says he's going to put that into consideration this evening indiana governor eric holcomb has signed a bill into law that allows murder charges for crimes that ended up killing unborn babies prosecutors can seek murder voluntary manslaughter involuntary manslaughter or feet aside charges depending on how far along the pregnancy was the new law does not apply to abortions jim roope is reporting facebook ceo mark zuckerberg and other social media ceos are being hauled before a senate committee it's an invite to a hearing on data privacy to be held april tenth soccer bursts expected to be asked about the cambridge analytic data breach and explained what happened why and what's being done to stop it from happening again we're going to be working on this forever invited to to the hearing google ceo sundar pichai and twitter ceo jack dorsey to also fill congress in on what they're doing federal trade commission confirms it's investigating facebook and that's sent facebook investors into a selling spree dropping its value and other six percent on wall street the dow's up almost six hundred i'm michael toscano a few years back i founded a small company now it's a big company the.

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White House says the ball is in Russia's court

The Larry O'Connor Show

01:25 min | 4 years ago

White House says the ball is in Russia's court

"And am six thirty w nfl washington a cumulus station where washington comes to talk news al news at three i'm maria leave the trump administration has expelled twelve russian diplomats because of the poisoning of an ex spy in his daughter on british soil deputy white house press secretary raj shah said a short time ago at the white house is hoping to have a good relationship with putin and russia our relationship with russia's frankly up to the russian government and up to vladimir putin others in senior leadership in russia we want to have a cooperative relationship the president wants to work with russia but their actions sometimes don't allow that to happen new this hour fairfax police have toys r us and boy under arrest that they say with stealing from the store for over four over four years twenty five year olds obeyed shake worked at the toys arrested the fair lake shopping center fairfax police spokesman ream awad cases actually started by toys r us itself and their asset protection investigators at toys r us started to realize that they may have an employee who was selling their merchandise somewhere else they found that some somewhere else was actually an ebay account that was making shake quite a bit of money items are believed to have total over one hundred thousand dollars between two thousand fourteen and when he was arrested in february of this year he's been charged with embezzlement money laundering in possession of stolen property with the intent to sell steve burns on w may wbal dot com a couple that travels from tennessee.

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