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Will GOP accomplishments in Congress be enough for voters?
"Florida's two us senators have introduced a national red flag bill senator marco rubio says the bill creates an incentive for the rest of the states to do what florida and five other states have already done and that is put in place strong extreme protection risk orders so that law enforcement and family members have a tool that they can use to go to court convince the judge to this person is dangerous and take away their guns before they can take away anyone's lives senator rubio together with senator bill nelson say the bill also prevents those people from buying more guns deville was introduced following the school shootings in parkland florida that killed seventeen students and teachers linda kenyon washington white house is claiming it's not concerned about a wave of republican departures from congress more than three dozen gop lawmakers are leaving the house of representatives at the end of the year ahead of the midterm elections the wave of departures is putting at risk gop control on capitol hill however white house press secretary sarah sanders isn't worried we're not concerned right now we think we've got a great story to tell after the first year of being an office she says the white house looks forward to touting the president's accomplishments and pushing his agenda greg clugston the white house white house chief of staff reince priebus is telling conservatives to ignore stories of chaos and the trump white house in publishing the results conservative or a republican or maybe even someone close to the line or in the middle on the decisions you cannot possibly be happier so i say forget about the process look at the decision previously served as president trump's chief of staff or six months was interviewed on the salem radio network this is townhall dot com hello beautiful i'm any eric founder of madison reed i hair color company i named after my daughter when i named this company after madison it was a vow on my part to create a company.
"reince priebus" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"We're your question you can imagine i spent 12 hours of my life back no collusion look cooperation no coordination that his testimony comes amid new questions about whether the president has been asking witnesses interviewed by robert muller what was asked tonight there's new scrutiny on a conversation between the president and his former chief of staff reince priebus after previous with interviewed by muller's team sources say president trump asked previous if the special counsel's team have been quote nice and if previous had been treated fairly sources close to the president described the conversation is quote innocent and tonight new focus or whether mr trump and his team which tried to set up backchannel what putin before the inauguration at issue is the meeting after meeting this man eric prints the former black quarter ceo he's also the brother of education secretary betsy devos principles in the seychelles two weeks before the inauguration also there a rush shen banker present said their meeting was unplanned a chance encounter in the seychelles while he was on a business trip met him down in the bar after dinner print set of his encounter with the russian banker we talked for thirty minutes over a beer and that was it and he says the president elect didn't know was anywhere in the trump team aware that you were at this me no one was aware from the trump team that i was even there but the washington post is reporting was another version of this story that there was someone else there who now says it was not by chance and that it was specifically set up to discuss relations between the us and russia that person is george nader a lebaneseamerican who the post says helped set up the meeting and who is now reportedly cooperating with robert muller we want to hear from george nader and our russia investigation if the accounts about mr nader are true then eric press light cox all right let's all let's get to peer thomas with his locked in i pera let's get back to you what you reported at the top their core.
Trump won arbitration case against Stormy Daniels, Sarah Sanders says
"The new york times says president trump has spoken to witnesses who been india asia viewed by investigators looking at a russian meddling in the 2016 election but paper says the president spoke to white house counsel don mcgann and his former chief of staff reince priebus about what they said to investigators white house press secretary sarah sanders continues to say that president trump has denied reports that he had an affair would adult film star stormy daniels president has addressed these directly and may very well clear that none of these allegations are true this case is already being been one in arbitration in anything beyond that i would refer you to the president's out cat outside counts daniels who is suing trump over an alleged nondisclosure agreement about the alleged affair the florida legislature has passed a gun control bill and sent it to the governor for a signature the bill increases the minimum age to buy a gun from eighteen to twenty one on the national level florida republican senator marco rubio and florida democratic senator bill nelson have written a bill that would give states money to help family members or police request court orders to temporarily take guns away from at risk individuals rubio spoke to reporters about the bill on capitol hill we're here to announce our intention to file legislation to encourage states to do at florida hopefully will do today and that's an act their own gun violence protection orders and it would incentivize this through the grand a cop grants over the next five years and this grant program and the department of justice would provide funding assistance to states to implement their own qualifying gun violence protection orders a second nor'easter has been hitting the mid atlantic in the new england someplace places got more than two feet of snow by late wednesday the number of flight delays and cancellations is increasing as the storm continues to pummel the east coast more than two thousand flights have been cancelled in new york city alone i'm christopher cruise are.
For Trump, Jeff Sessions' recusal from Russia probe was 'original sin': Priebus
"The european union the trump is threatened attacks european cars at the eu slapped tariffs that american products it's all a response to the white house decision to increase tariffs on imported steel and aluminum senator lindsey graham of south carolina also thinks the president should reconsider those tariffs telling cbs face the nation those terracar misdirected incorrectly identified the problem of china dumping stale throughout the world a store the american steel industry your solution is let china off the hook very experts believe the tariffs will calls prices and americanmade products to surge but a white house trade advisor claims any price increase will be negligible president trump beach with the israeli prime minister today at the white house benjamin netanyahu will speak at the annual conference of the pro israel rule of lobby eight pack later this week israel is applauded the white house decision to recognize jerusalem as its capital but it also wants the us to do more to crack down on iran special counsel robert miller may be taking a closer look at the business portfolio presidential soninlaw jared kushner he has a large family business that he has not entirely divested from and that business puts him at odds with the administration in some instances it would appear abc's david right says there are questions about us support for an economic blockade of cutter just weeks after cutter refused to invest it a real estate venture bobby kushner's family as the bickering continues three president trump at attorney general jeff sessions former chief of staff reince priebus tells abc's this week it could be bad news for the white house i think it is a problem and i don't think that it would be good for the president for for attorney general sessions to leave that trump wants to get attack sessions last week for his handling of the russia investigation riva says the prizes won't let sessions off the hook for recusing himself a special envoy for south korea's president heads to north korea for talks with the north nuclear program leader kim jonghoon they'll also discussed ways to reopen communication between pyonyang of the us if follows an earlier meeting between kim sister and south korean leaders the white house says any talks between the us and north korea must include the.
"reince priebus" Discussed on Here & Now
"Security clearance question we have the what is the attitude of the white house towards a key member of the staff who has of these allegations against him john kelly's predecessor former chief of staff reince priebus i gave an interview in which he says he takes too you can take all the reports of chaos in the white house a dysfunction and multiply times fifty um he also talked about having to talk attorney general jeff sessions out of resigning after his recused from the russia investigation what do you make of this latest interview this is going to be a little bit difficult to re assigned to the same uh disbelief that the book by michael wolff the the book that came out earlier of his sire and they're a resident yes has denounced so many times it's going to be hard to apply that same sort 'ofa arms length push back to a book by the chief of staff arinze papers who has not only been the president's chief of staff what was previously the chairman of the republican national committee and has been in recent months even after leaving the white house uh quite silent and quite respectful and has not had a lot of critical things to say about the president uh run on capitol hill a bipartisan group of senators is floating what they say is a passable compromise on immigration as they try to pass something for a selfimposed deadline this week it includes eventual funding for wall and eventual citizenship for young immigrants brought here legally as children but not their parents the trump administration is already saying there opposed to it what are you see happening here the president has not only said he's opposed to its and signalled his allies in the senate to vote against it but he is also said he would veto it if passed by the senate and then by the house which means of course he would have very little chance in the senate and nine zero chance in the house if the president is not in support of it so he has a torpedoed at this point the bipartisan plan that was put together a by some democrat most of the democrats and susan collins republican from maine and mike rounds another republican in the senate and lindsey graham from south carolina and other republican in the senate so the closest thing we have had to abide.
"reince priebus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Listen to this story reince priebus was chairing a seven thirty a m intelligence meeting when one of the participants andrew mccabe as to speak to him privately may cave the deputy fbi director close the door and told priebus we want you to know that everything in the new york times story is bull s bs the times you see it quoted unnamed sources are reporting the trump campaign aides and associates had repeated contacts with senior russian intelligence officials cnn had carried a similar report there's at cnn and the new york slimes previous pointed to the three televisions on his office wall here's my problem the going 247 he said can the fbi say what you just told me became said he would have to czech prebus thought he might come out of this a freak a freaking hero a few hours later mccabe told them the bureau couldn't start the practice of commenting a newspaper stories or it would never end give me a break prebus said i'm getting crush all over the place and you won't say publicly what you told me privately james comey called later he said we really can't do anything about it but colmey said he'd be willing to tell the senate intelligence committee that the change the charges were bogus he was sure its members would repeat that for the cameras now let me just stopped that shows you how sleazy and gutless this colmey as we can't do it but i'll tell members of the senate intelligence committee and the blurted out let's go onto the main point now a week later cnn was airing a breaking news story naming priebus priebus according to multiple us officials they reported the fbi rejected a white house request to publicly down media reports about communications between donald trump's associates and russians known to us intelligence you hear that previous was stunned by the implication that he was pressuring law enforcement had he been set up why was the fbi leaking this information will one of its top officials had initiated the conversation colmey assured previous that afternoon that he hadn't done anything wrong but the story reverberated for days is wrench priebus lying about the fbi slate asked wrench priebke should resign a boston globe columnist demanded the damage was done see either colmey or mccabe leaked that the cnn in the new york times they brought it up the.
"reince priebus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Source says that white house chief of staff reince priebus and chief strategist steve bannon believe last summer the trump would fire motor and we're very worried about the political fallout but i gave a couple of reasons there there are some others too and that that he might opt i'm sure he didn't trust muller bodies letting muller go and do when he asked his another conflict as he fired muller's buddy james comey isn't that a conflict that the new york times didn't mention in that article which again we mentioned earlier that president trump came out earlier today or i guess and switzerland calling this complete vagueness right site i i think trump for some of the reasons would just outlined here right now problem we had and still does have almost every reasoning imaginable to fire him but i think the optics of the whole thing would be bad so yeah i was going to say this is just the political chess game weather made sense the firearm i mean the ultimate trump card the pond therefore in the pond but is that true trump knows that there was no collusion which is what this was originally of out and then it morph danes morphing all types of different angles here's but now this obstruction of justice becoming when it was supposed to be about whether or not the trump campaign colluded with the russians but with that being said now you're you're seeing these diversion tactics like wound to get to move away from what's really going on and i think if the president had these conversations so what he has the legal right to do so he dinnenn it's a made up the nonsense story and in most cases even collusion is not a crime because unless there's a quidproquo in other words you say look uh you get me some d'oro sombody and i'm gonna give you this the like cut in of that's come up yet not nothing's come from this there is no armed live roque will whatsoever no smoking guns with with the trump anybody in his campaign and the russians and uh and we've seen the opposite nielsen every seen the opposite that's happening with these lifer these text messages for example to me i just there is no low that there.
"reince priebus" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Mr mollar has also substantiated claims that mr comey made in a series of members describing troubling interactions with the president before he was fired in may now how with mr muller substantiate those claims unless he relies on jim colmey moreover why is this information in the new york times it can only be in the new york times of mr muller is leaking it the congress or a drag mr muller's ass out there that day interfere with his precious investigation but the ask him questions about his ethics and put him under oath the look look at the details special council has received handwritten notes from mr trump's former chief of staff reince priebus shown that mr trump talked to mr priebus about how he had called mr comey to urge him to say publicly that he was not under investigation we've talked about that of course there's nothing wrong with that because mr call me and others left the impression that he was under investigation when he was an under investigation how is that obstruction trump is the victim in that case president's determination to fire mr comey even led one hot white house lawyer to take the extraordinary step of misleading mr trump about whether he had the authority to remove them what does that come from what what is this here at times as also learned that four days before mr comey was fired what am mr sessions age asked they congressional staff member whether we are damaging information about mr kami part of an apparent effort to undermine the fbi director listen listen new york slimes the fbi director's undermined himself he was leaking memos to you through a go between a law professor it's not clear whether mr muller's investigators know about this episode and it goes on legal experts said that of the two primary issues mr mollar appears to be investigated with her whether mr trump investing obstructed justice while in on goal somebody please tell me how mr trump obstructed justice is mr mollar still investigating yes has mr mombaur hired everybody he's wanted a higher from the hillary and obama campaigns yes this mr muller get the budget that he wants yes is mr mollar freely leaking to the media and his staff freely leaking to.
"reince priebus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Mr mollar has also substantiated claims that mr comey made in a series of members describing troubling interactions with the president before he was fired in may now how with mr muller substantiate those claims unless he relies on jim colmey moreover why is this information in the new york times it can only be in the new york times of mr muller is leaking it congress voted drag mr muller's ass up there not to interfere with his precious investigation but the ask him questions about his ethics and put him under oath the look look at the details special council has received handwritten notes for mr trump's former chief of staff reince priebus sharon that mr trump talked to mr priebus about how he had called mr comey to urge them to say publicly that he was not under investigation we've talked about that of course there's nothing wrong with that because mr call me and others left the impression that he was under investigation when he was under investigation how is that obstruction trump is the victim in that case president's determination to fire mr comey even led one white house lawyer to take the extraordinary step of misleading mr trump about whether he had the authority to remove him what does that come from what what is this here at times is also learned that four days before mr comey was fire one of mr sessions age asked they congressional staff member whether we had damaging information about mr kami part of an apparent effort to undermine the fbi director listen listen new york slimes the fbi director's undermined himself it was leaking memos to you through a gobetween a law professor not clear whether mr muller's investigators knew about this episode and it goes on legal experts said that of the two primary issues mr mollar appears to be investigated with him whether mr trump investing obstructed justice while on all somebody please tommy how mr trump obstructed justice is mr mollar still investigating yes has mr mollar hired everybody he's wanted a higher from.
"reince priebus" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"He's not a racist i can tell you that we'll see what happens with mr bannon but the final straw seems to be an interview ben and gave the very next day publicly undercutting the president's military threats of firing fury against north korea bannon saying quote there is no military solution here they got us bannon's departure is just the latest shakeup 40 west wing in crisis this picture of the president in the oval office with his top advisers was taken just days after the inauguration now national security advisor michael flynn gone press secretary sean spicer gone chief of staff reince priebus gone and finally today steve bannon to subic a joins us from bridgewater new jersey tonight and cecilia in a side of how quickly power shifts the president met a camp david today with top advisors on the future of our troops in afghanistan vice president pence flew back early to attend but no steve bannon and tonight you've learned that bannon is back and his old job david breitbart says that steve bannon is back in fact to even shared the editorial board meeting there tonight and he's assuming his same title executive chairman of breitbart news but today to the weekly standard steve bannon gave an interview saying the trump presidency that we fought for and one is over we still have a huge movement he says that presidency is over though and it will be something else david cecilia vega leading this offer moved very stormy new jersey tonight cecilia thank you next tonight here the deadly terror attacks after barcelona and the white van ploughing through that crowd another attack another car through a crowd and dramatic video tonight a hero policewoman reportedly killing four out of five attackers on her own.
"reince priebus" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To like him and he may be entering a hornet's nest now where nobody can seem to last in a job right you know there's there's a reason why the trump white house has had trouble hiring and it's because when you're serving in there you become part of the sort of endless palace intrigue and drama and chaos that his hair tries this white house bring it from the beginning in terms of what john kelly's motivation is i don't think that that's in highly clear but iran town i mean you know people are saying that they don't think that he would have really taken this job without certain assurances that he'll be empowered to be a real chief of staff in a way that reince priebus never really was so the first thing that that has happened is that you know there is now more of sort of a chain of command they say say yesterday in the past breathing sarah sanders said the john kelly was going to basically be the person that everybody else reports to before the present whereas before some of the senior staffers were able to sort of have direct access to the present chris what do you see in general kelly's appointment is white house chief of staff what signals do you think the president is sending here bringing this general in from homeland security or is there no signal and kelly is just some one untainted who the president trusts and he's willing to take the job well the key thing news does it mean the donald trump is actually learned something from six months of governing it's not clear that he has but you know back in december when i wrote the upload for my book the game keepers i said that if trump tried to govern the way he campaigned based on uh half baked information and just on his got that this would be uh a disaster and if he didn't empower a white house chief of staff to execute his agenda uh he wooden and get anything done that's where we are uh you know priebus was never empowered.
"reince priebus" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Last week two members of donald trump's administration considers to be closest to the republican establishment chief of staff reince priebus and press secretary sean spicer lost their jobs the menu replace them military man john kelly and and to last night bunker anthony scaramucci a neither establishment republican figures nor concerted conservative idealogues in a moment will look at where of all of the sleeves the ideology at the heart of the republican party but first i'm joined by jacob park hillis assistant head of the us in america's pergama chatham house jacob why has scaramucci gone i think skirmishes departure is largely a function of the arrival of john kelly as the new chief staff the white house but i think it also reflects a both early and belated recognition that scaramucci was pretty poorly suited to the role of communications director this is someone who had a a profane rant at the expense of the chief of staff to reporter which apparently didn't remember to put off the record and if you don't understand how to put something off the record perhaps a more entry level position rather than communications director for the white house will be appropriate dis think that's a kelly refused to let scaramucci was that part of the deal of kelly taking on the job i don't know i don't know that kelly's demands to trump in terms of taking the job have been made public yet they're certainly been a lot of speculation and the timing suggests that an anomaly the timing but also the white house statement which said that scare mochis departure was an attempt to give kelly a clean slate that is a something of a loaded phrase that that was the case but it may have been a recognition some were within the white house that if they didn't get rid of scaramucci kelly would find a way to sideline him and it would just be awkward do you think that skirmishes complete key out or does he still have trump's trust will will they find another role for him.
"reince priebus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To the resignation of former white house press secretary sean spicer and the remove a former chief of staff reince priebus jeff bennett npr news washington then as well as made election body says more than eight million people voted to grant president nicolas medeiros ruling socialist party virtually unlimited powers via constitutional assembly wherever enraged opposition leaders rock the boat sank results were part of an inflated effort keat medeiros party in office he was his also blasting the election calling it illegitimate and labeling liberal a dictator sanctions were imposed today by the us treasury secretary steve mnuchin says the us is frozen albro assets under us jurisdiction by sanctioning madero the united sakes makes clear our opposition to the policies of his regime and the support for the people of venezuela who strive to return their country to a fall and prosperous democracy opposition leaders urged venezuelans to protest today with the country in a deepening political and economic crisis the islamic state is claiming responsibility for an attack on the iraqi embassy in kabul jennifer glass reports from the afghan capital the explosions could be heard for several hawks as athens special forces moved through the iraqi embassy trying to dislodge three islamic state attackers this all began with a suicide bomber blowing himself up at the gate of the embassy and the three other gunmen running in afghan forces led the iraqi diplomats and staff to save d and fought with a gunman for more than three hours before killing them all all the iraqis were safe according to the afghan interior ministry the bold attack in a residential and business section in the center of kabul islamic state's third in the city for npr news i'm jennifer glass in kabul the discovery channels announced its acquiring scripts networks in iraq given a cash stock deal valued at just over fourteen and a half billion dollars with debt factored in the acquisition by discovery embiid boosting the copies negotiating leverage as paytv operators continue to lose subscribers on wall street today the.
"reince priebus" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Support for this npr podcast in the following message come from alfa romeo with the all new giulia uh sports sedan born from alfa romeo's more than 105year racing heritage with italian craftsmanship inside and out learn more at alfaromeousacom live from npr news in washington i'm jim hayek outgoing white house chief of staff reince priebus says that he formally resigned from his job after it became clear the president wanted to go in a different direction president trump announcing the staff shakeup in a friday tweet trump has picked homeland security secretary john kelly as his new chief of staff while paribas serve just six months on the job npr's hamrick keith says he was employed a lot longer than many others in the white house here's the remarkable thing he has outlasted knee deputy chiefofstaff national security adviser communications director and press secretary oh and the fbi director all in the trump administration there's been that much turnover already npr's temer keith reporting less than 24 hours after casting a critical vote on health care sunder lisa murkowski was back in her home state of alaska for member station kca w emily kwong says murkowski had choice words about voting her conscience despite pressure from the gop and president trump himself while republicans real from thursday night's vote senator lisa mcaskie has gone fishing but before chasing salmon she toward a local hospital to see rural healthcare upclose constituents there reminded her how a hastily packaged repeal bill would have affected them confirming her decision to break party rank and buck pressure from colleagues symptoms around here it's hard to do things that are right because politics gets in the way as for warnings from president donald trump that our vote would cost alaska she said that threats were not a good way to win over friends and gain support for npr news i'm emily kwong in cica.
"reince priebus" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"21 minutes after the hour on the michael medved show is a big deal when lee white house changes leadership so early anton another white house the country has a same leadership leadership of donald j trump the white house as an institution is led by a chief of staff that's four presidencies that have a chief of staff not all of them do but recently it's been a a serious job john kennedy for instance did not have a single chief of staff he relied on an array of aids he had what he called the spokes of a wheel approach and that really seems to be more trump has been trying i strongly suspect that with john kelly fourstar marine general taking over that this will be much more military in the way that it is focused um it if the president was just returning from his speech to some police officers in long island as speech speech to which apparently then chief of staff reince priebus accompanied him i don't know if he tweeted from the plane or when the tweet came but tom he he sent off the tweet announcing ryan his departure i assume rights was informed in advance and and then the president was getting off the plane and reporters shouted some questions to him and president trump just moments ago said this gutted incredible job growth far respected by everybody great great merit rights rivers good man thank you very much okay well he was saying was he said he started out by saying that reigns priebus is a good man but general kelly is a great american is respected by everybody is going to do a great job and then he repeated that ryan's priebus is a good man what's unfortunate here and it is kind of unfortunate is that that scaramucci in his interview with the new yorker had said look i'm eyebrow approved i ranks is going to be fired right away is the firing is coming right up and this in an interview that was published yet last night that's not fortunate i i was trying to think if there's.
"reince priebus" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"The series of tweets this week the president called sessions weaken religa rd sessions told fox news the criticism is hard to ignore hit cata heartful bought the president of the united states is a throng later in a profanity laced interview with the new yorker magazine new white house communications director anthony scaramucci teed off on government news leaker irs the new yorkers ryan lizard told cnn chief of staff reince priebus was a prime target right now that quickly areas where he thinks of leak were going on between his campaign at the white house at rights cree this is what he believes cbs's juliana golden tells us that trump business empire is taking extraordinary steps the its privacy cbs news has obtained a new confidentiality agreement rolled out after the election the trump organization is requiring employees at all levels to sign it or else they will lose their jobs employees must agreed to keep secret any information they learn about anyone in the trump family and extended family including their present former and future spouses children parents laws the state department is telling relatives of us diplomats and other americans to clear out of venezuela's capital city a referendum sunday could fuel fresh political violence that will gunson is an analyst based in caracas us citizens under the keatley us personnel might well be a target because the us government is just imposed another that of the individual fangshan all venezuelan officials sp futures are down seven points.
"reince priebus" Discussed on WCHS
"And from abc news i'm todd ant this is his appointment the disappointment indeed senate majority leader mitch mcconnell after the senate defeated the socalled skinny repeal of obamacare the vote was forty nine to fifty one republican senator mccain murkowski and collins voted against the party after mcconnell spoke of disappointment senate minority leader chuck schumer urged more bipartisan work in this senate going forward we will do a better job for our country better job for this body a better job for ourselves now there's a crowd outside the capital protesters against the repeal shouted their thanks to republican senator john mccain who in the end was the deciding no vote that sank the repeal bill early friday morning and president trump tweeted after the vote three republicans and 48 democrats led the american people down as i said from the beginning let obamacare implode watch all the president's new communications director anthony scaramucci deleted a tweet wednesday in which he called for a federal investigation into white house leaks in that tweet he also tag chief of staff reince priebus is twitter handle seeming loose seeming to suggest priebus could be one of the leaks in an explosive interview with the new yorker scaramucci calls previously quote leaping paranoid schizophrenic he also levels eight profane attack on white house chief strategist steve bannon and threatens to a fire essentially the entire white house communications staff over leaks saying they'll all be fired by me i fired one guy the other day i have three to four people all fired a moral abc news chief white house correspondent jonathan karl for over five decades he was an imagine ear leading the development and expansion of disney's parks marty sklar had a role in the opening of.
"reince priebus" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens president trump has hired wall street financier anthony scaramucci as this new communications director npr scott horsely reports us keira mucci is expected to steer more positive media coverage of the trump administration scaramucci is a former hedge fund manager who makes regular appearances on business television he's long been a prominent advocate for trump and he argues the president deserves more positive news coverage than he's been getting scaramucci was passed over for earlier white house jobs reportedly at the urging of chief of staff reince priebus but he insisted to reporters in previous get along just fine we are a little bit like brothers will we roughage other off once in a while which is totally normal for brothers there's a lot of people in here that have rather than say you get that uh but he's a dear friend with guarumos his arrival white house press secretary sean spicer is quitting scaramucci says he's grateful to spicer for leaving him with a clean slate scott horsely npr news the white house nice president mike pence is sounding optimistic about a vote on his senate bill next week to repeal and replace the affordable care act the parliamentarian in the senate says a number of provisions in the gop bill would be subject to a 60vote threshold for passage instead of a simple majority but pen says that's only guidance and that congress needs to step up it's time for congress at and it's time for the american people to let their voice be heard there's no voice more powerful in washington dc and the voice of the american people pence addressing a meeting of grassroot organisations urging the senate to vote on a republican health care plan.
"reince priebus" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Meeting strategically that makes no sense newton said he's made it very clear how he feels he's made it it very clear that he addressed it straight on that white house chief of staff reince priebus took issue with putin's characterization the president absolutely didn't believe the denial a president putin previous said he said trump had spent a large part of the meeting on the subject but wanted to move onto other subjects he and other administration officials said trump did not want russian interference in last year's election to prevent him from working with putin's government on other issues including the civil war in syria trump also tweeted on sunday that sanctions against russia were not discussed at his meeting with putin seemingly contradicting comments made by tillerson in germany the senate returns today from deir july fourth recess and we'll be in session for fourteen days until their august recess president trump faces an uphill battle on getting obamacare repeal and replace yesterday on cbs's face the nation arizona republican john mccain said he thought the bill in its current form is on a course for failure my view is it's probably going to be dead but i am have been rotten i thought i'd be present united snags mccain has been critical of the process and peels that republicans should quote go back to the beginning and include both parties into the discussion before the july four break senate majority leader mitch mcconnell introduced a bill that did not call a boat before the holiday as it did not appear to have enough support mcconnell has been calibrating changes that might win over worried republicans but no sign yet that he made progress revisions under the consideration would lessen the bills medicaid cuts boost spending on programs combating drug abuse that in healthcare subsidies for low earners and make it easier for insurers to sell skimpier lowercost policies abode is expected no earlier than the week of july sixteen mcconnell said if the measure flops he tried to push a.
"reince priebus" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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