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Mike Gallagher Podcast
Will the Government Now Find the J6 Bomber or SCOTUS Leaker?
"The governments on the case, they're closing in on the leaker of The Pentagon secrets involving stuff we had on Russia and Ukraine and China, they're finding out who he is. Didn't take that. It didn't take him long, did it all. Now they still haven't found the leaker of the Supreme Court decision overturning roe V wade. That they couldn't quite get their hands on. They couldn't quite figure out who did that. They could never find the pipe bomber. On January 6th, that left a pipe bomb outside the Republican National Committee headquarters. And the Democrat National Committee had couldn't quite find that guy either. But they found they're going to find the leaker. He's in his 20s. He had a dim view of the government. He worked on a U.S. Military base, explosive new report revealing details isn't that wild how that works.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Vivek Ramaswamy: A Cultural Campaign to Restore Our National Identity
"And that's what this campaign is all about. It is not even a political campaign. It is a cultural campaign to restore a missing national identity. And I think that's the secret to actually addressing our real challenges, unleashing the American economy, unleashing the power of American productivity, taking on China on the global stage, we can do these things but only if we believe in ourselves here at home and right now what happens is we have this black hole of a vacuum in American life where woke ism climate is gender ideology. They will fill the void when you have this black hole of meaning and purpose at the heart of the American soul. What I'm doing is we need to fill that void of purpose with something more meaningful. A rich vision of national identity and if we do that and only if we do that, then can we take on the economic and foreign policy challenges that we face? And I'm running for president because I think it's going to take a real outsider to actually be able to do this job. Donald Trump was a real outsider back in 2015 and 2016. I give him credit for what he did. You get to be an outsider once. At the end of the day, now we need a fresh perspective of somebody who can really call out and I've been doing this even this relates to the Silicon Valley bank situation relates to a lot of the corruption in the RNC. I am going to be the number one fighter in this country against corruption at every level. Corruption in the federal government, corruption in the woke industrial complex in the ESG movement, even corruption within the Republican National Committee and the Republican Party itself. I will not take any, I will not hold back any punches. And the reason why is I'm not beholden to some donor class. You know, I've lived the full arc of the American Dream. I didn't ring a tin can asking for Republican donors for permission to run. I'm going to do this by speaking truth. I think that's a formula to win, but you know what? If it's a formula to lose, so be it, I'd rather not win and actually be captured by a system. I'm going to be speaking truth at every step of the way.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Will Donald Trump Support the Republican Nominee If It's Not Trump?
"Then a mash, ronna mcdaniel yesterday, cut number 26 State of the Union. Anybody getting on the Republican National Committee debate stage should be able to say, I will support the will of the voters and the eventual nominee of our party. I want you to listen to what former president Donald Trump said a couple of weeks ago in an interview with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt on this very topic. If you're not the nominee, will you support whoever the GOP nominee is? It would depend. I would give you the same answer I gave in 2016 during the debate. It would have to depend under the nominee was. So are you prepared to block the former president? In 2016. I did. Everybody signed it in 2016. But this is about the here and the now. We didn't commit to it. Yeah, I think they're all going to sign it. I really do. I think the voters are very intent on winning, and they do not want to see a debate stage of people saying, I'm not going to support this guy. I'm not going to support this guy. What they need to say is, I'm going to do everything I can to defeat Joe Biden. And that's means supporting the nominee of the Republican Party. You can't see a scenario where Donald Trump would just skip the debate if he's forced to sign something. I want to be on the debate stage. I think president Trump would like to be on the debate stage. That's what he likes to do and I expect they'll all be there. I do too. I run it, by the way, I'm going to play more of her interview with Dana yesterday because it's a terrific interview. But I do believe that eventually everyone will support the nominee.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
David Drucker on the Creation of the Ronna McDaniel Storyline
"M drucker on Twitter is now with the dispatch where he writes their weekly dispatch on American politics. David, good morning to you. How are you? Great. Good morning. Ronna mcdaniel won easily. I was at the convention. The Republican National Committee winner meaning she won by 70% of the ballots on the first ballot. This was a non story that became a story because harmony was very verbal and very loud and she had a lot of good friends and I salute her running and Mike lindell was there and my colleagues create some media attention. But why does the media create storylines when there is no storyline, David? Well, because we have to cover something even if we don't have to cover it and it's much more interesting to cover if there's a storyline and we're likely to have more readers if there's a storyline. Now I will say you and that's just by the way, that's the journalism answer. I know I've sounded a little glib there. So we always look for a way to make it look more interesting. I will say that Hermes had a lot of grassroots outside activist support. There are different. As you know, factions within the Republican Party and outside of the voting members, she had a lot of local support. Of course, the way you win that race is to run an inside game, catering to the 168, you don't bring outside pressure to bear, even though she is one of the voting 168 RNC members. She really relied on outside pressure that's just not the way you win a race like that.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dinesh Reflects on Ronna McDaniel’s Pyrrhic Victory
"Ronna mcdaniel has been reelected as the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee. I was hoping that would not be the case. I don't normally get very involved in these kinds of races, but I think I felt as well as Ron DeSantis did that when you got an operation that is consistently losing, reducing bad results. Think of a corporate CEO's got bad earnings for four years in a row. And ronna mcdaniel produced bad results in 2018, 2020, 2022. Now I'm not saying this is single handedly her fault, but the Republican National Committee is in fact the organization that is in charge. Of managing the strategy for the GOP for the Republican Party in elections. It's got resources to do it. It's got the strategic ability to do it. It is involved in races across the country. So who else are you going to blame if not the RNC? Our meat Dillon, my friend army Dylan, a fellow Dartmouth grad, and harmony has been on the podcast before. I've also interviewed her in my book 2000 mules. And Harvey is great and her meat ran as a kind of resistance candidate, a candidate of the grassroots, and the final vote was something like a hundred or so votes for Verona, about 50 votes for her meat, and just a handful of votes for Michael lindell. It was kind of the wild man in the race.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"republican national committee" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"The key issues involved in the Tyree Nichols killing. I'll also reveal how an obscure group involving John Podesta and Bill crystal fed lies to the media about Russian involvement and U.S. elections. I'll do a post mortem on ronna McDaniels pyrrhic victory at the Republican National Committee and Middle East export Eric stack of joins me. We're going to talk about tensions between Biden and Netanyahu, the dinesh d'souza show. America needs this voice. The times are crazy, and a time of confusion, division, and lies. We need to brave voice of recent understanding and truth. This is the dinesh d'souza podcast. I'd like to offer
AP News Radio
Ronna McDaniel reelected RNC chair
"It's two more years for Republican National Committee chair, ronna mcdaniel. The secret ballot vote at the GOP's National Committee's annual meeting in California was one 11 to 51 for current chair ronna mcdaniel, the election did highlight fierce internal divisions that threatened to plague the party into the next presidential season, while former president Donald Trump privately backed mcdaniel, powerful forces from within his make America great again movement, lined up behind one of his attorneys, harmeet Dylan, another candidate, was my pillow CEO Mike lindell.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"republican national committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York. This is balance of power. I'm David Weston. Well, the Republican National Committee is meeting today in California to decide whether, in fact, Ronald mcdaniel will continue as chair, something that a short time ago was almost assumed, but now it looks like it might be a real fight that they have on their hands. Take us into this battle for the leadership of the party. We welcome back. Lisa komuso Miller. She's former director of communications for the Republican National Committee. So Lisa, thanks so much for being back with us. As I say, a week or two, so I go, I thought that this was not a big question. Now it looks like it might be up for grabs. Well, David, the one thing about these insider races is that really it's an audience of a 168 members and as much as I'm seeing a lot of attention. I'm seeing the governor of Florida making a non endorsement endorsement. It's still a race that is decided by the membership of the Republican National Committee. And I still believe that Mona mcdaniel will be successful in securing the chairmanship. Well, you referred to Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida, which is I understand. He basically he didn't say who should be, but he said it was time for new blood, which suggests it's not Ronald mcdaniel, right? Perhaps he was talking about himself, though. If you think about it, it could very well be. I mean, you know, it is in a time when The White House is controlled by the party that's having the race. There would be an adjustment. There would be a change because there is a change every time there's an opportunity for new leadership because it is good for fresh blood. But I do think that chairman mcdaniel, in spite of the fact that she has really had to balance and figure out how to keep a party that is very much trying to figure out what it wants to be going forward. She has done a good job in fundraising. She is put together smart team on the ground. Republicans still were successful in securing the house, whether it was a red wave or a red sprinkle, doesn't really matter. And she also is running a race David that is very much like the way a race is run for chairman for the National Committee. And that's one that's done with close coordination, connection to the members, hearing them out, giving them a voice letting them tell her what her concerns are, whereas army Dylan, who is also a candidate and her probably biggest challenge, has gone out on TV. She's done some emails into committee members. And that's really not the approach that the typical membership of the RNC wants taken in their selection of who the chairman should be. And that's why my early money, my $1 that I'll bet you, David, is that ronna mcdaniel will be the chairman again. I'm so risk averse. I never brought another quarter. Talk to my family, they're disgusted with me. So at least we're so fortunate because you know the rug and National Committee, as I say, you were the director of communications there. What does the job do? What is Germany? And I raised that question in part because there are those who say, for example, they blame former president Trump for losing in 2020 and then not doing nearly as well as been expected in 2022. They blame him to some extent for that. Is that partly the responsibility of the chair? Is it fair to say that Ronald mcdaniel let the party down? I don't think that's fair. I think the RNC is an infrastructure. And it also has lost a lot of its teeth because of the outside money that really has come into play in this game of politics. But if you were to ask on the ground, a member of a cast member or a Senate member about whether or not they felt like if they were getting close if they were doing the work on the ground to be successful, if the RNC was at all supportive with advice and counsel and support and even money infused into the campaign, I know you would find that that is something that is still very vital in terms of running a successful campaign as having the support of the committee and the committee continues to be raising money and doing the work that they need to do in order to be successful on the ground in these campaigns. Money is terribly important. Who the candidate is or candidates are is also important. You saw some dissatisfaction, including from Mitch McConnell, the minority leader in the Senate. It was some of the candidates in the Senate in the Senate. Is that partly the responsibility of the RNC, the chair of the RNC? Oh, I think that's way out of their hands at this point. Unfortunately, the one thing I will say is that it's interesting now to see how the blame comes back to the party. The committee itself is an infrastructure, right? But the voice of the campaigns and the voice of the party is ultimately the last nationally elected candidate and that would be Donald Trump. But I think that the voters sent a message They did not support candidates that were election deniers. And the committee does not engage in that kind of activity. There are candidates and in fact harmony Dylan is someone who has denied the validity of the election in 22. And so in 2020. And so that to me is indicative and interesting to see in terms of how successful she will be because the election deniers were not ultimately successful in the elections. This go round two in 22. Speaking of election deniers, and yes, the former president says that Donald Trump, I believe he's the only declared candidate thus far for president in the next election. And he now is going to South Carolina and New Hampshire, coincidentally important primary states. And one of the things that struck me is he has a message apparently out where he looks at the camera and says, under no circumstances should Republicans vote to cut a single penny from Medicare or social security. Is this a subtle shot at some of the freedom caucus? Well, it seems that way it seems like someone might have told him to say that I don't think that he's necessarily principled on any of these issues. I think he's a talking point guy more than anything else. But I would say David was interesting is that, you know, he's trying to secure the nomination for 24 and to talk about the third rail to talk about social security is an appeal to the seniors, right? Our most counted on voters in a general election and also the primary two are critical to that. So that to me, that's that dog whistle. That's where I hear that. And so as much as that might be a shot to the freedom caucus to not take a cut to these entitlement programs, I also think that it's Donald Trump trying to figure out how to thread the needle and be successful in securing a nomination. So certainly it's not the responsibility to chair the Republican National Committee to decide what positions to take in the Congress, but the Republicans right now are, I wonder if they are, let me ask that question. Are they playing with fire here? Because we remember the days of Newt Gingrich, at least I do. I'm old enough to remember it. Didn't work out so well for them. And if you actually, if they actually come up to defaulting on the debt, much less, put it together. Now they're saying some people would say, let's put it together the same date at the end of September. We're shutting down the government. Boy, if that goes the wrong way, that could really hurt Republicans in 2024, could it not? I mean, I think it would hurt just about anybody that's in office, right? I mean, I think that the ultimate penalty that we will pay is that the country will be downgraded and we saw how that went before. It was a terrible thing. And so there is a little bit of a, it's a cat fight, if you will, between the two right now, McCarthy is saying that we ought to start negotiations today. The White House is saying, no, no, thank you. We're not doing that. We're not negotiating with you. There's
AP News Radio
Trump's MAGA forces threaten to upend vote for RNC chair
"The Republican National Committee must overcome infighting as it prepares to elect a leader this week. Ronna mcdaniel is fighting for reelection as chair of the RNC, a race to be decided Friday by secret ballot as Republican officials from all 50 states gather at the Waldorf Astoria in Dana point, California. Trump and his team have privately advocated for mcdaniel who he tapped for the position in 2016, but groups of pro Trump Republicans in Florida and other states have held votes of no confidence in the chairwoman, a former attorney for Trump, army Dylan, is leading a fierce campaign against her, harnessing the maga movement. He says Republicans want change, also when the race is my Pelosi CEO Mike lindell. The bitter feud is highlighting the divisions laid bare when Kevin McCarthy struggled to gain enough votes to become House speaker, and testing the limits of Trump's influence within the institution charged with getting a Republican president elected. I'm Jennifer King.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"republican national committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And Jeannie champagne are back straight ahead as we also at least a komuso Miller to the conversation former comms director for the Republican National Committee, wondering what she's been thinking, remember last time we spoke, she said, watch Steve scalise. This is Bloomberg. Bloomberg radio on demand and in your podcast feed. On the latest edition of the tape podcast, a conversation with Phil Orlando, chief equity strategist at Federated Hermes. Though I start with saying 23 can't be any worse, I gotta go in there and take some risk here. How are you positioning your clients for 23? Well, we think we think our bond side of our shop and the cash side of our shop is much better shaped than the equity market side So we remain underweight stocks with very much a defensive bias because we think there's still a couple more shoes that need to fall. And we're starting with this earnings season that is going to kick off in a couple of weeks. Going into around the middle of the year, fourth quarter earnings for supposed to be up about 10% year on year. Last week, the expectation for fourth quarter earnings is now a decline of about two to 3%. That's a pretty big swing in the space of a quarter or two. And so when companies report those earnings starting in the third week in January or so, we think managements are going to be very cautious about their full year guidance because of the glide path into recession that the economy is on inflation is still a problem. The fed is still hiking interest rates, profit margins are slimmer. None of that in our view is fully in the market. So the equity market in our view is on its way to retracing that mid October low that we saw in the S&P that was around 3500. We're still a couple of hundred points above that. So we think there's still some more risk in the market looking out over
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Guest Host Jim Hanson Welcomes Harmeet Dhillon
"I am delighted to welcome the next chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, harmeet Dylan to the show. Thanks for coming. Thanks for having me. Well, look, there's a lot of reasons why many of us believe you are the right person to go ahead and take control of the GOP party apparatus and turn it into a winning fighting organization. But I have to tell a quick story in November of 2019, we had evidence coming out of Orange County, California, that the Democrats had used ballot harvesting in the 2018 election, and they knocked off a couple of Republican incumbents in Orange County, the only really deep red part of that state. And we had also some evidence that pointed to the possibility they were registering people with addresses in dog parks and Starbucks and government buildings. And we took it to the RNC, they told us to call you and then they told us we should raise money to get you to be able to work on it instead of the RNC whose job all of the rest of us assumed would be to invest this to follow through on it, and as we all know, ballot harvesting was a huge problem in 2020 election and going forward. So I'm assuming now you're set and ready to find us a solution to those kind of things if you're elected. Well, so ballot harvesting is a complex issue because in California it's actually legal at this point. Obviously registering voters in places where people don't live is not legal. And at the RNC as a role that they should be playing with respect to, for example, helping us clean up voter rolls of people who are registered in more than one jurisdiction. And that has not been a top priority unfortunately. The Democratic Party and democratic donors have been investing in Democrat election litigation for, you know, I would say almost 20 years now and maybe even beyond that. And we have not been doing that at the party. Now I will say that over the last couple of years, the party has begun to invest in election litigation, but nowhere near enough. I still do a lot of my election litigation through donors outside the party and they help us state parties that need to be strong as well and I'm proud to say Eric California GOP is strong compared
The Charlie Kirk Show
Will the Kari Lake-Katie Hobbs Trial Be Televised?
"Another question, Carrie, is this trial going to be televised or is it behind closed doors? Will it be a private or a public trust? That's a good question. We're working to try to get its stream because there's so much interest in the approach. I want to see what's going on here. Who wants to watch every minute of this trial? The streaming of this through the county has been shockingly bad. They can't even have a dial in. I mean, I don't know if any of you guys try to call the conference call line. So we're working to be able to we're going to turn the cameras. There's going to be like a white Bronco on the 60s. That's Katie Hobbs. This will be the most watched trial since O. J. Simpson. Katie Hobbs and the white rock. It's a trial of the century. Now, a lot of people don't believe that. A lot of people don't believe that, but on our side, people who care about election integrity because everything rests on election integrity. Yes. Well, I can tell you this. We've been talking about the RNC a lot. You're just with Harvey Dylan. I just endorsed her. I know you were just on stage with her. She's wonderful. But the Republican National Committee has to build the strongest legal team that we've ever seen because this is the tip of the spear. What you're doing without enough support. I mean, we have not given Kerry Lake enough support. I mean, I just want to make this very clear. The Republican Party has not given Carey Lake enough support. This is what I've been screaming about all through this election. Arizona did not get enough support. This is guys, this is what's going to happen in all 50 states if we don't figure this out.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Tyler Bowyer, Lori Hinz, and Fanchon Blythe Discuss the RNC
"Have some very special guests with us. We are focusing on the RNC race. And I have some very strong opinions about if you lose, you should no longer be in charge of something. That's how we treat our football teams, our corporations, and that's how we should treat our political parties. So with us, three members of the one 68 that are going to be voting in Dana point, California. We have Lori Heinz from North Dakota. Laurie Hinton from North Dakota. And we have van John from Nebraska and Tyler Boyer. So Tyler, why don't Charlie? Why don't you introduce this whole kind of group of rebels we have here? Well, yesterday actually, these two actually put out a letter to the entire one 68 in the Republican National Committee and we can read it although a clip from it. But basically came out and said, we need new blood. We need to listen to the grassroots and we have to represent the Republican party from the grassroots level. Yes. And so these two wonderful women are some of the biggest leaders that we have in the country. Lori is one of the most famous individuals that we have in North Dakota, and we love her to dad. And John is just led rebellion in Nebraska, which is, should be the way that we do things and the Republican Party to every state. And so why don't you guys talk a little bit about your letter that you put out yesterday and what you said? Well, we collaborated on this letter is the sun. All right, we collaborated on the letter with another National Committee woman. Laura nakane Lua from Hawaii. Love Hawaiian. Aloha Laura. Laura. And she went with us and we went and we put the letter together and collaborated via messages back and forth. What we did is we decided that we all wanted to go together and do this. At the same time, make sure that people know that our grassroots are, we are listening to our grassroots and our state.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
The RNC's Ronna McDaniel Has Been a Disastrous Failure
"Contest for who is going to head the Republican National Committee the RNC is now in full swing. And it looks like rona mcdaniel is, although in the lead, the lead that she established right at the beginning, losing momentum, which is a very good thing. Why? Because rona mcdaniel has been a disastrous failure, failure in 2018, failure in 2020, failure in 2022, so I mean, three strikes on your outro now. But nevertheless, early on, rona was able to corral our RNC members and let's remember the RNC is a little bit of a crony operation because if you're in with rona, rona can hand out favors your way, consultancy is contracts. We'll have the convention, your city, and we're going to learn in a moment the way in which the RNC wastes your money, wastes the money of donors. And this alone, I think, is disqualifying for rona mcdaniel. Well, last count I saw well at the beginning it seemed like Ronald mcdaniel had this locked up more than a hundred RNC members have announced their support for rona mcdaniel. Well, that's apparently been slipping. So right now, at least at the last count I saw, and I'm not doing the counting. I'm just reporting on the counting that I see. From credible sources, that rona has about 80 votes so far. 80 people who say who say they're going to vote for rona. Harmony Dylan is running against rona has about 50. And a couple of the other candidates, I think Mike lindell is also running, have smaller numbers. But harmony appears to have emerged as the main threat, the main challenge to rona mcdaniel. And it looks to me like if RNC members wanted to stay along with the base and recognize what the ordinary person on the street, the ordinary Republican who is always asked to do this and asked a volunteer and asked to give money. If you want to consult those people, I think those people have had enough of rona mcdaniel.
The Charlie Kirk Show
How the RNC Is Blowing YOUR Money
"USA is nowhere near the size of the RNC. We are a fraction. We do raise a serious amount if you count turning point USA turning point action, we have over a 165,000 grassroots donors, very blessed. So I know a little bit about this space about what it's like to allocate expenditures. 40% of all the money spent by the Republican National Committee was spent on fundraising. 40%. So if you give a dollar to the RNC, if you give a dollar to the GOP, 40 cents on the dollar is going to go spend to is being spent to raise more money. And so the RNC's responses, well, the RNC has raised record amounts of money. Well, they've raised record amounts of money because they're spending all your money in raising more money. It's that they spend money on new solicitations, buying new lists, and that's part of their response. But if anyone in the audience, please email me freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. What is the argument? For spending $700,000 on floral arrangements. Somebody said, well, Charlie, it's for donors that passed away. Okay, that's not the best spent. I'll be honest, that's not the best money spent by the RNC. At $700,000, got to be spent on data that could be spent on critical infrastructure in the states. That's not the best money spent. I'm not saying you shouldn't honor a person that passes away, but $700,000 on flowers. Okay, so you might say, well, what is what are the Democrats spend? The Democrat National Committee only spent a $1000 on flowers. So this is just the election cycle. The RNC spent $321,000 on flowers and the Democrats spent $1000 on flowers.
The Charlie Kirk Show
The RNC Needs to Be Held to a Higher Standard
"There was a powerful article that was published last evening by Jennifer van law. We're going to have her on the program in a little bit. Analysis of RNC spending since 2017. The only first by saying this begin by saying this. That when we analyze and we judge the Republican National Committee, the GOP, especially the committee itself, it must be held to a higher standard, it must be held to more scrutiny than almost any other organization and I'll tell you why. First of all, the Republican National Committee is a very regulated organization. The Republican National Committee can not receive unlimited donations. The top, the most that they can receive from a person or a couple, I believe, is $750,000 per year. Now you might say, well, Charlotte that's an extraordinary amount of money. It is, but super PACS, as you saw with George Soros, putting a 120 million in can raise a lot of money very quickly from small amounts of people. The Republican National Committee can also coordinate with campaigns. So the RNC can work with state committees that could work with the Arizona Republican Party. It can work with the Georgia Republican Party. The RNC can also pick up the phone and talk to the Herschel Walker campaign. Could talk to Donald Trump's campaign. They could do things called Jay V FCs. That's right. JFC is joint fundraising committees. For example, they did this with Donald Trump and it was called Trump victory. So used correctly and used properly. The Republican National Committee, the GOP, is able to go places that super PACS legally are not allowed to go. So for example, super PACS that you might see American crossroads, which was Karl rove's deal or priorities USA, which is a left wing one. They are not allowed to pick up the phone and work with campaigns. They are not allowed to pick up the phone and work with state committees. They have to be separate. They have to be walled off. They're not allowed to coordinate. The Republican National Committee and the Democrat National Committee because they are parties are the only organizations that are allowed to coordinate on messaging on strategy, on resources, on funding, and especially when it comes to the state committees themselves.
AP News Radio
After midterms, GOP reconsidering antipathy to mail ballots
"Are starting to reconsider the party's resistance to mail in ballots. Got to be careful with those ballots. Watch those ballots. When former president Donald Trump condemned mail in voting in 2020, conservatives began to shy away from it. They're unsolicited millions being sent to everybody. But Republican National Committee chair ronna mcdaniel said on Fox News this week that Republican voters need to cast ballots early beyond the challenges of COVID-19, ballot glitches, long lines, or bad weather on election day, giving Democrats a multi week jump on voting makes it more difficult for Republican candidates to catch up. In Georgia's Senate runoff, Democrat Raphael Warnock topped Herschel Walker by an almost two to one ratio in mail ballots, Tea Party organizer Debbie Dooley is a Trump loyalist, but says the midterms were the last straw, the GOP has got to put a priority on competing with Democrats from the start, she says, and beat them at their own game.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Eric and Salem Host Jenna Ellis Discuss RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel
"Now we have, you know, we've had these horrible midterms and as we sit here now, the greater horror of Herschel Walker having lost in Georgia. And so here you have Rana mcdaniel that I pronounce her name, who's Mick moron is actually how I press. Okay, now that's take it easy. But I mean, seriously, this is someone who typifies. She's been the head of the Republican National Committee, and she has typified these kinds of problems. She's the niece of Mitt Romney, who unfortunately is someone that I once voted for him. And I am grieved deeply grieved to see how folks like Mitt Romney and the late John McCain and so many others really, really, really were not on board with what I thought they were. And it's heartbreaking. And so now here we have ronna mcdaniel who's been the head of the Republican National Committee. She seems to be guilty of this kind of thing. But the good news, this is the end of the sentence is that she is now being challenged for the head of headship of the Republican national committee. This to me is very hopeful. It's hopeful, but it's also, I think, a little bit premature hope because just yesterday, Lee zeldin posted a great statement on social media. And you can all go and find that on his Twitter page that said that he's not going to challenge her for the Republican national chair because it's almost baked in that she's going to get reelection because of how corrupt the process is and how much I think will be forthcoming about how corrupt she is and using her position to essentially for lack of a better word bribe the rest of the RNC members with other favors and benefits and things that will ultimately support her.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Ric Grenell Unpacks the Race for the RNC Chair
"Joining us now is Rick grinnell to talk about how we need to fire the current Republican National Committee leadership. Unacceptable that in a year that should have been a red wave, we lost a net Senate seat. We barely won the house and we were humiliated in other races across the country. The terrific Rick grinell is here. Rick, welcome back to the program. Charlie, thanks for having me. Rick, what a morning. Yeah, it is. It's time for us to demand change. I don't understand people are somebody emailed us. They said Charlie, I think we need to keep the current RNC leadership the same. I say, really, you must love losing. I hate losing. I know you do too, Rick. I don't wanna normalize losing in the Republican Party. Who should lead the RNC given what we now know? Well, first of all, let me just say that I spoke to president Trump yesterday about this issue and he was going to let us know what his views were and who should lead the RNC. But really the discussion was all about, how do we make wholesale changes to the system that we're up against? Look, just look at act blue versus win read. We are getting incredibly beat when it comes to fundraising. I did, as you know, Charlie, I did a whole bunch of races across Nevada. Arizona helped in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. I did so many races in every single time the Democrats would outraise us and they didn't even do fundraising. They just literally had this act blue raising them money. So the Democrats don't have to pick and choose between, do we go up on television and spend millions of dollars with ads and also a strategy to attack the other side with ads or do we have this well funded ground game where we go and we pay people to go door to door. But the Republican Party, I don't care what state you're in or wherever you are. Republican Party has traditionally relied on volunteers to do their get out the vote. Meanwhile, the Democrats had this built in union system. I know you do great work with the churches. I think that we're going to have to start mobilizing the troops that believe in what we do to do whatever they can legally,
The Charlie Kirk Show
The Fight For the RNC With Tyler Bowyer
"As Tyler Boyer, who's the COO of turning point action, but more importantly for today's discussion, he is one of a 168 that will be meeting in Dana point, California in late January to select either the same or a new leader of the Republican National Committee at Charlie. Again, I take this very seriously that vote one 68, but I have a little bit more of an interesting position because all roads lead through Arizona for 2024. And so a lot of people are very interested in how Arizona's voting on this. And we have heard abundantly that people are very upset with Mitch McConnell for good reason. And with even Kevin McCarthy, even though we took back a few House seats here in Arizona, just generally the sentiment is that people are not happy in Arizona and Andy Biggs is talked about on our program in an hour. To talk about his thoughts on that. And so people naturally are not unequivocally upset also in general. And I'd say it's probably about 90% plus to the party. Very upset with our current leadership in the RNC.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Potential New Bids Incoming for RNC Chair
"Big story developing out of RNC headquarters where there is going to be a fight for leadership, ronna mcdaniel, plans on running again to be head of the RNC. That's the Republican National Committee. However, she already has a competitor among them army Dylan, who's been a guest on this program, she's an RNC committee member. She's also an attorney who has been fighting for Kerry Lake down in Arizona. Dylan was on with Tucker Carlson last night and actually suggested that all you Republicans out there are tired of losing. Are you tired of losing Republicans? She says, I think that what we really need to radically reshape our leadership in order to win is new leadership. We can't keep running elections like we did in the 90s and the 2000s. We really have to modernize to compete with the Democrat dollar for a dollar in the ways they fundraise and the way they deliver ballots to the ballot boxes. She says the Republican message needs to be fresh and positive and not just reactive to news cycles and what the Democrats are doing. My pillow CEO Mike lindell says he's going to be running for the chairmanship is he is Mike even a Republican. I don't know. I mean, he may be. Maybe that may not be a requirement these days to be RNC chair. There is also a report that Lee zeldin, the congressman from New York, may be a considering a challenge, and also Andy Biggs. Our good friend, the congressman from Arizona.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"republican national committee" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"We are getting some progress in the courts on election integrity. The progress is slow. It's a little bit halting. It's two steps forward and one step back. There was an unfortunate ruling in Michigan. A little while ago where the Secretary of State made some very arbitrary rules about Paul objections, Republicans being able to bring in their cameras, bringing their phones and raise objections and this went before the courts in Michigan and the court space we all know the Secretary of State is right. And they didn't really rule in the merits of what the Republicans were saying, but they said in effect that we can't change things right now. It's kind of too late we're right at the edge of the election. So that was a loss for the Republicans in Michigan. However, in Wisconsin, a big win, and the Wisconsin Supreme Court basically saying, no mail and drop boxes. There's no provision for that in the Wisconsin constitution. There's no provision for that in the Wisconsin statutes and laws. This was done in 2020, but kind of we're not doing it again. Huge win. And now I see a more limited but important victory in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Supreme Court rules undated mail in ballots can't be counted. Now that's slightly understates what the Pennsylvania Supreme Court said because really what we're dealing with here is an improperly filled out ballot. Now ballots can be improperly filled out in all kinds of ways. You can wrongly date a ballot. Let's just say you put the wrong month or the wrong year, it's like, wait, when did you fill out this ballot? Or you don't put a date at all. They can be problems with the address problems with the signature. So ballots, the question, the bigger question you're dealing with here is what do you do with a sort of defective ballot? A ballad that doesn't meet the think of it, the ballots have a very simple conditions that have to be met. And the simple conditions all have an underlying rationale. We're talking about a specific election and so a date is really important. The data is also important because there are certain dates in which you're allowed to cast your ballot. And so you have to be within that legitimate time. Number two, identification. You have to be you. So you have to provide a name and address, sign the ballot. And so when these things are not done, the question becomes what happens to that ballot. And so the Pennsylvania and the Republican National Committee intervening in Pennsylvania sued, and basically said, listen, you can't just count these ballots no matter how they're filled out.
"republican national committee" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The GDP results came out in the economy. In fact, it's growing. In fact, the economy grew at 2.6% rate last quarter, and although it may not feel like everyone people's incomes went up last quarter, more than inflation went up. Dark Brandon in the house. This is your daily reminder that Joe Biden created 5 times as many jobs as the last three GOP presidents combined. For those of you, you know, if you're playing the home game. All right. Okay, I thought we would play a quick name of compare and contrast. This would be the awful, awful human that runs the Republican National Committee. I believe making fun of a stroke victim and some of the stutter. President. Who has overcome a stutter? Yes. Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and John fetterman are going to quote campaign together today. I think this is an effort to show that the president is on the campaign trail and the vice president is on. And no one wants them. Except the doom campaign, but I do not underestimate what the triple toxicity politically of those three can do. I hope there are cameras and microphones because you put those three together and they could say anything wrong. Well, maybe they can get a full sentence out. I think John federman drew the short straw that one, right? Yes. Got together and said, which one of us has to campaign with Biden? Yes. He said, I've lost a bring him up here. I'm done. I'm toast up, put some butter on it. Between the two of us, we may be able to finish a full scent. That's funny. Have we said it before the cruelty is the point. And now the fine American who is the head of the Democratic National
Bloomberg Radio New York
"republican national committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of the stories are 2700 Bloomberg journalists and analysts are working on this morning around the world It's 5 39 on Wall Street The following is an editorial from Bloomberg opinion The Republican National Committee recently characterized the January 6th attack on the capitol as an instance of legitimate political discourse When asked for his opinion Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell didn't mince words He called January 6th a violent insurrection for the purpose of trying to prevent the peaceful transfer of power By uttering that simple truth McConnell performed an essential service to his party and the country He seems to recognize the obvious that attempting to rebrand a violent attack as legitimate discourse isn't a winning campaign strategy in 2022 and beyond Republicans have hardly been profiles and courage when it comes to standing up to former president Donald Trump But McConnell has consistently spoken at it key moments to protect the integrity of the democratic process For that he deserves the support of Republicans and the respect of Democrats This editorial was written by the Bloomberg opinion editorial board I'm David shipley for more Bloomberg opinion please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion or OPI and go on the Bloomberg terminal These has been Bloomberg opinion You can hear Bloomberg opinion editorials every weekday at this time in terminal customers can read more at go S&P futures now down 7 points Dow futures up 23 NASDAQ futures lower by 39 points in the ten year down one 32nd yield 1.93% ahead of inflation data We'll talk next with Wells Fargo senior economist Sarah house This is Bloomberg Burden LLP accountants and advisers presents industry chaff with Jack pulver and partner and leader of burden's hospitality practice The impact the pandemic has had on the hospitality industry is proving to be long-lasting making it.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"republican national committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Devil means it's a faustian bargain where you end up regretting it And by being subservient so often to all things Donald Trump And I haven't been critical of the Republican National Committee while Trump was president because that's your job as a work for that president Not necessarily for a former president It means that Republicans are put in this position of trying to appease a Donald Trump who doesn't have your best interest at heart We do have midterms coming in November You don't need me to remind you of that Donald Trump has a lot of money to use and he has given every indication he wants to be involved in some of these races Will Donald Trump make a difference in the election or failure to elect any Republican in November Well first and foremost it will start with primaries where Donald Trump is starting to weigh in He has a $120 million in the bank He hasn't spent any money of that yet And by the way this highlights the attitude that the Republican National Committee has to be all things all the time to Donald Trump He has a $120 million plus in the bank that he can spend politically And yet the RNC is paying the legal bills for Trump and other people who are now dealing with the congressional investigation But we know that Donald Trump's endorsement is the big dog endorsement that any Republican candidate could get in a primary It doesn't mean it's determinative in a primary And then we have to see in various districts and various states as to what effect it would have And as we saw in Georgia if Donald Trump wants to come and play a not positive role and essentially suppress Republican votes he's not only willing to do so he's able to do so Is there anyone within the Republican Party that you can identify who could try to pull this all together To be a leader and whatever direction it's leading in and saying we're all going to get together Well the reality is it's very hard to see what direction it leads And fortunately for Republicans the political ground historically and in polling that we see favors Republicans and for all of as we're worked up about this now and maybe in the future as Trump is wanting to give out statements I go back to 2010 where our magic number.
"republican national committee" Discussed on WTOP
"Kennedy will remain behind bars California's governor Gavin Newsom has rejected a parole commission's recommendation to release him Newsom said the 1968 murder of Kennedy was among the most notorious crimes in American history and that sirhan has refused to accept responsibility The 77 year old will be scheduled for a new parole hearing no later than February of next year In other news tonight the Republican National Committee could ban future presidential nominees from participating in debates sponsored by the nonpartisan commission on presidential debates The commission deals directly with the candidates who qualify for presidential debates if the rules are changed the parties or candidates may need to work together to organize debates in the future The RNC has proposed reforms for the commission but says those have not yet been adopted in a statement the commission said its plans for 2024 will be based on fairness and neutrality Adam Brewster CBS News New York outgoing Virginia attorney general Mark herring has reversed more than 50 legal opinions issued by his predecessors during the Jim Crow era He says the policies justified segregation interracial marriage bans and other racist laws As a practical matter the old legal opinions had been rendered mood by civil rights laws and Supreme Court cases outlawing discrimination but supporters of herring's actions say it was an important to formally renounce those opinions herring lost their election bid in November and will be succeeded on Saturday by Republican Jason meares Buying liquor in Virginia has meant shopping at a state run store but a lawmaker in the Commonwealth hopes to change all that Delegate Nick freitas wants the state to do away with its alcoholic beverage control sores and privatize liquor sales in Virginia He filed a bill this week calling for eligible private businesses to obtain a retail package toward license right now only the state run stores can sell packaged hard liquor and a social media post freight has says prohibition ended nearly 90 years ago There is absolutely no reason to maintain a state monopoly on the sale of alcohol Virginia is one of 17 states with government run alcohol control boards Gigi Barnett wtps 1153 money news on the way here on WTO One day you're.
WABE 90.1 FM
"republican national committee" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"In general a warmer climate is expected to make storms and heat more intense You expect to see more extremes like this in a world that's warming up So I like to tell you that this is just an unusual year but I'm afraid we're going to have more of these unusual years in the years and decades to come In 2021 the planet was 1.2°C hotter than pre industrial times according to Berkeley earth That means it's marching closer to 1.5°C The threshold that world governments have agreed to limit climate change to To avoid hitting that in the next decade those says swift action is needed If you like Netflix and there's a comment that slams into the earth not that anyone will probably care at that point but that will certainly change the trajectory of things The option apart from a giant asteroid is to cut back on burning fossil fuels like oil coal and natural gas Lorne summer and PR news The Republican National Committee has informed the commission on presidential debates that it plans to change its rules to prohibit Republican nominees for participating in CPD debates in the future We'll have more on that coming up later in the hour here on 90.1 W ABE I'm chambers It's a pleasure to welcome you to all things considered here on 90.1 in the city right now 57° under mostly cloudy skies Support for W ABE comes from spring mod school offering an authentic montessori experience focused on academics.
WCBM 680 AM
"republican national committee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"7 51 Jenna Ellis, part of the president's legal team, challenging the election results last year has had it. With the Republican National Committee after she was shown an email from an R N c. Legal bigger one with Justin Reimer basically Uh, trashing the legal team of Jenna Ellis and Rudy Giuliani and everybody else that was associate including Bernie Kerik and that somehow she got ahold of that email. And you know, they raised over $2 million. The RNC where they're going to go because Ronald McDaniel and the RNC basically did not challenge did not support the president. In going after the election, they abandoned the president. In fact, remember President Trump cease and desist. Do not use my name to fundraise. Etcetera. Here's what Jenna Ellis said yesterday that I saw an op ed from Justin Reimer that someone sent me. I think it was in USA today and and it said he's still the RNC chief counsel That surprised me. We all thought he had actually been fired. But no, he just kind of went away and hid for a little while until the end of the post election drama and everything else happened. And so a lot of this, the RNC is blatantly covering up their refusing to tell the truth to the American people. And then for Romney McDaniel to refuse to even respond to us questioning this yesterday. I know you put out tweets I did to Sebastian Gorka, who's on our Election Integrity Alliance. Put out tweets. She's refusing to even come on a panel with me tomorrow on another network to try to face this. All she does is blocked me on Twitter. These people don't care about the truth. All they care about is their own political power, and we need to demand that they resign and we need to say you're not getting another dime of our money or our support. I'm not even going to be registered as a Republican after this, because I'm too ashamed to be part of a party that still has Rana McDaniel as the chairwoman. Round one goes to Jenna Ellis. We'll see what Ronnie McDaniel has to say, if anything to respond to this, but she's absolutely right. The RNC abandoned President Trump. Therefore, keep that in mind when they come calling or sending you for donations and contributions give to trump directly or to your candidate directly, but don't let it laundered through the RNC. Or the NRCC or any of those other establishment run party. Uh, apparatuses 7 45. It's time for, um 7 45 with 7 53 almost scared truck back into the future. God has a flux capacitor going there this morning. Excuse me. Let me get a rolling. Yeah. Alright. What's happening? Chuck? The incident on 95 0 Donnell Street is cleared the shoulders, So that's much better now heading into the Fort McHenry tunnel,.
AM 970 The Answer
"republican national committee" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Lyric. The Republican National Committee is planning to invite former President Trump to its upcoming spring donor meeting. The RNC is also expected to invite other potential 2024 candidates and Republican leaders to the retreat, which is to be held in Palm Beach, Florida, April 9th through the 11th former president Trump has yet to make a public appearance since leaving the White House earlier this month are Trump spokesperson did not respond to an inquiry about whether or not he would attend the RNC meeting. Mr Trump has been staying at his Mar a Lago resort, which is also in Palm Beach, with the former president. Considering a 2024 come back. That committee has been careful to demonstrate neutrality, since he's no longer an incumbent for any Bennett reporting. Prodi's frigid weather in Connecticut may have contributed to the death of a street sweeper whose body was found after an early morning accident. 47 year old man's body was discovered about 5:30 a.m. by police responding to report that a small sweeper vehicle that crashed into the side of a building At the soft, very green shopping center. This is town hall dot com. Former mayor of Atlantic City will spend time in jail during Gilliam was sentenced to 30 days in jail and 11 months of house arrest for Steven $87,000 from a youth basketball program that he established he could have gotten nearly two years in federal prison. Judge Joseph Rodriguez said Gilliam's theft hurt poor Children in Atlantic City and whose name the former mayor solicited money. Only just spend it on clothing, meals and vacations for himself. John Scott reporting First one shot Coben 19 vaccine provides good protection against the illness. Johnson and Johnson reported that a key study released Friday. The pharmaceutical giants. Preliminary findings suggest the single dose option may not be a strongest Fizer or majorities to dose formula that I met Iraqi start to vaccinations worldwide that may be an acceptable tradeoff. Get more people inoculated faster. Or the story's a town hall dot com. I Patrick pause. Everybody. We want to invite you to join Dennis Prager and Mike Gallagher for a travel opportunity. That may be the highlight of your year. We're headed back to Israel in October. 2021 for a 10 day stand with Israel. Tour of the key sites and best place is meant to give you an unprecedented view of the.
860AM The Answer
"republican national committee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Republican National Committee is planning to invite former President Trump to its upcoming spring donor meeting. The RNC is also expected to invite other potential 2024 candidates and Republican leaders to the retreat, which is to be held in Palm Beach, Florida, April 9th through the 11th former president Trump has yet to make a public appearance since leaving the White House earlier this month are Trump spokesperson did not respond to an inquiry about whether or not he would attend the RNC meeting. Mr Trump has been staying at his Mar a Lago Resort, which is also in Palm Beach. The former president, considering a 2024 come back. That committee has been careful to demonstrate neutrality since he's no longer an incumbent Bernie Bennett reporting Prodi's frigid weather in Connecticut may have contributed to the death of a street sweeper whose body was found after an early morning accident. 47 year old man's body was discovered about 5:30 a.m. by police responding to report that a small sweeper vehicle that crashed into the side of a building At the South, Very Green shopping center. This is town hall dot com. Former mayor of Atlantic City will spend time in jail during Gilliam was sentenced to 30 days in jail and 11 months of house arrest for Steven $87,000 from a youth basketball program that he established he could have gotten nearly two years in federal prison. Judge Joseph Rodriguez said Gilliam's theft hurt poor Children in Atlantic City and whose name the former mayor solicited money. Only two suspended on clothing, meals and vacations for himself, John Scott reporting First one shot Coben 19 vaccine provides good protection against the illness, Johnson and Johnson reporting that a key study released Friday. The pharmaceutical giants for binary Fighting suggests the single dose option may not be a strongest Fizer or majorities to dose of formula that I met Iraqi start to vaccinations worldwide that may be an acceptable tradeoff. Get more people inoculated faster. Or the story's a town hall dot com. I'm Patrick pause. Everybody. We want to invite you to join Dennis Prager and Mike Gallagher for a travel opportunity. That may be the highlight of your year. We're headed back to Israel in October. 2021 for a 10 day stand with Israel. Tour of the key sites and best place is meant to give you an unprecedented view of the world You've likely only read or heard about. If you've ever dreamed of seeing is real. This is your opportunity Registered today worry free with no cancelation fees until May 8th call 855565 55 19 or book online that stand with Israel tour dot com. 2021 is already off to a disturbing start for conservatives. We've seen Twitter unilaterally shutdown President Trump's account, the conservative platform parlor was booted off the Apple Store by Apple and Big Tech is muzzling free speech at a speed that nobody could have predicted. Nobody except biologist and evolutionary theorist Bret Weinstein, who appeared in the film no safe spaces to issue this warning about political correctness running amok, YouTube and Google, Facebook and Twitter dictate whose voices can Be heard. And if those entities start trying to engineer the conversation to adhere to the.
"republican national committee" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Talk. Liz Herrington, spokesperson for the Republican National Committee will be joining us in the four o'clock. They're still having those meetings down in Florida. Are they not the arms? I'm not sure we'll find out And we'll find out that you know a lot of people talking about what What's next for the Republican Party? What do they do the loyal opposition and moved to visit and I see Kevin Williamson, writer in National View of I Have a grab met him a couple of times. Smart guy. I agree with him. Sometimes. Lately, I don't agree with much at all. His headline in National Review the end of the GOP Uh, how Wow, this is it. It's over. It's the end the end of that. I don't think that's the case. Really don't think that's the situation. But we'll see what was. Herrington has to say about that. Also spokesperson or AH member representative from Open F. C P s trying to move to get the Fairfax County Public Schools open will join us later and Hans von Spakovsky also on some disturbing trends on what we should expect from the Been coming by the administration's Justice Department. That is all coming up here. In a bit. I do want to reflect on I wanna hear from you, too. In fact, we are going to talk about the school's a little later and maybe we'll save our conversation about the schools for for after we have our guest from open perfect county public schools right now. Ah, lot of my friends on Actually, Jonah Middleburg. Actually, it's amazing. John in Middleburg must have E s p Because I What do you want to talk about this today? A lot of my friends have reached out to me and let me know that they're They're leaving Facebook. They're leaving Twitter. They're leaving all social media, actually, or, at the very least, they're taking a break from it. And I'm interested in that. Actually, I'm not partly because of work purposes, but not but not really. I mean, I still feel like I'm compelled to stay engaged in the conversation. Even though that conversation has become more more one sided, but I feel like I'm equipped to handle that. But, boy, can it be demoralizing. And and I've been flirting with this idea about just sending out a mass message to everybody on my Facebook and Twitter feed is a Listen, if you are really a friend of mine, and if you are really a member of my family, or what have you you either? Have my phone number or my email address, or you know how to get my phone number and email address. And if you're a listener, but you've been following me on the social media's. You know how to reach the show, Larry. Oh, Show it w e mail dot com I begin so many e mails from you Over the last couple of days. Some of you, you know, disagreeing with me, some of you agreeing with me. I love all of them. I read all of them. I replied, too many of them. Keep those coming. But I've been thinking about just saying You know what you want to reach me. You know how to reach me, But I'm going to take a break. I need a break from Facebook. I need a break from Twitter, especially since it's such a one sided conversation. And Jonah Middleburg stay there. I want to. I want to talk to you about that. It's interesting, But have you done that? Or you thinking about doing that? Are you flirting with doing that? And is that a good good plan? And what is your plan? If that's the case, how will you stay in touch with people? We've become so reliant on these things Triple 86 30 to be ml 88 630. 9625 triple 86 30 W M A L. Here's the president earlier today, and he just wrapped up a speech. We're gonna give you lots of little snips of it. The president gave a speech down in San Antonio right near a border wall. In fact, after the speech, he's he autographed the border wall. I have a feeling that's going to be a much visited place there in Texas. They said they should sort of Have it be a tourist stop. Here's where the president signed the border wall. But he did address the events of last week. Here's what he had to say. And now I'd like to briefly address the events of last week. Millions of our citizens watch on Wednesday as a mob stormed the capital and fresh the halls of government. As I have consistently said throughout my administration, we believe in respecting America's history and traditions, not tearing them down. We believe in the rule of law, not in violence or writing. Thank you. That's a great thing to hear, the president say. I have no doubt that that's what he was going to say, because that's what he and all conservatives have been saying. Ah, well for my entire adult life time. In fact, for those of you who have taken issue with me over my repeating exactly what he said here that I condemn any violence That happened last week, and it certainly wasn't done in my name and we are. We are the law and order party. We respect law enforcement. If you take issue with me, you need to take issue with Donald Trump, too. You know, Tell me tell me how Trump's wrong about that. I guess if you really need to, but he's not. And in your heart, you know he's not.
"republican national committee" Discussed on WTOP
"I Nellie Luke. Luke. Hertz is our producer coming up. President Trump's favorite social media tool has banned him. More Democrats call for the president to be impeached after the violence of the Capitol building. Dr Fauci stresses the need to get a covert vaccine, especially for black and brown people. I'm kin Duffy Wtlv news time is 7 31. The FBI is working quickly to investigate whether some who stormed the capital had other, more disturbing motives. The Washington Post reports. Some riders were photographed carrying ZIP ties, leading to a theory that they may have been looking to kidnap lawmakers or staffers. Adding to the investigations. Urgency is the fact that Twitter noted that plans for future armed protests have begun circulated online, including a proposed second attack on the U. S Capitol and assaults on state government buildings on January 17th. And we're also learning more about pipe bombs that were placed at the headquarters of the Republican National Committee and at the Democratic National Committee. They were made from galvanized steel galvanized deal is important because it's what what's called an anti personnel device. That means it's designed to create shards and shrapnel to maximize Physical naming of individuals and also importantly, they both had timers. I don't know what the timers were set to, but my contacts report that they're investigating whether they were used in concert with the breach to either pull first responders away from the capital to facilitate the breach. Work to take advantage of these evacuation orders that followed because they were located at places where they would be targeting individuals from both of the parties that CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge Twitter permanently suspended President Trump's accounts a day after his accounts were banned from Facebook and Instagram President Donald Trump no longer has access to his favorite platform Twitter band Trump Friday, citing the risk of further incitement of violence. The move came In two days after pro Trump rioters invaded the U. S Capitol in a siege that resulted in the deaths of five people, including a U. S. Capitol policeman. Twitter initially suspended Trump's account for 12 hours after he posted a video that repeated false claims about the election fraud and praised the writers at the Capitol. But Twitter had been under increasing pressure to take more action against Trump. Mike Rossia. Washington President elect Joe Biden says President Trump isn't fit for the job. But he repeatedly refused to endorse growing Democratic calls that he be impeached for a second time after his backers stormed the capital. Democrats say the president is too dangerous to stay in office. They're expected to introduce articles of impeachment Monday, with sources saying a house vote could happen mid week. Senate conviction, though, would be unlikely with just a dozen days left until the president leaves office and is replaced by Joe Biden, who is not weighing in what the Congress decides to do. Is, uh, is for them to decide. A White House spokesman says A politically motivated impeachment would only further divide the nation. Soccer Megane Washington If the House votes to impeach President Trump, there are a lot of questions about how the Senate would handle that. The Washington Post reports. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has circulated a memo showing that Senate proceedings would almost certainly begin after the president leaves office. That means the trial would need to be taken up by Senator Chuck Schumer, the incoming majority leader. And the first Stays of Joe Biden's presidency. And there's a question of who would preside over a trial of a former president. Senate impeachment rules require Chief Supreme Court Justice John Roberts to preside over a trial of a sitting president. But it's not clear whether that also applies to a former president. Now that President Trump's been kicked off Twitter, he may resort to other platforms like parlor and alternative to Twitter that's been popular among his supporters, but far parlor is facing problems. Google suspended it from its APP store, claiming people are using it to incite violence in the U. S. Google cited and ongoing public safety threat and said parlor won't be reinstated until those threats are addressed. Apple issued parlor a similar warning and gave it 24 hours to fix it. A federal judge has blocked the Trump administration's most sweeping asylum restrictions. New rules for asylum seekers were supposed to go into effect Monday they would have brought in the grounds for judges to rule that some asylum applications or frivolous and would have redefined who qualifies for asylum. The administration's goal was to end abuse within the system, but a judge ruled that acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf Does not have authority to impose those rules. Advocacy groups had said the rules were an attempt to end the asylum system and people facing potential violence in their home countries would have been denied asylum in the U. S. That's Fox. Is Jill NATO reporting coming up? We'll have Maura on the new impeachment efforts against President Trump, which, if successful, would make him the first president in history to.
KOA 850 AM
"republican national committee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Our top story now that two more cases of the highly contagious variant of covered 19 have been found in Colorado, the state says. At this point, the variant doesn't have health officials alarmed. We believe that we're not seeing widespread transmission of the very in right now in Colorado state epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley. He says. One in 105 Coloradans is contagious. Of covert 19, the president tweeting today he will not be attending the January 20th inauguration of Joe Biden. Biden says. That's a good thing. I was told that on the way up here, way over here. But he indicated he wasn't going to show up at the at the inauguration. With a few things he and I've ever agreed on the president elect, says Vice President Pence's welcome to comment he'd be honored to have him there. Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel will be getting another two year term. She was unanimously reelected during RNC meetings in Florida. Former L. A Dodgers legend Tommy Lasorda died last night of heart failure. He was 93 years old. He spent 20 years with the Dodgers had guided them to two world serious titles. Our next news updates at three o'clock, I'm Susan with Yoon on Ko e news radio, a 50 A M and 94 1 of them. There's a check on traffic with Rick Morgan. In the bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center Big delays across downtown both directions all due to what North bound crash involving four vehicles blocked. The left lane at Colfax North found backed up into the bridge is right now in south bound backing up since it is the left lane crash and South Downs backed up to I 70 rest of the highway drive. Really? No surprise is going to be slower. You'd expected westbound to seven across Commerce City westbound I.
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"Impacts. That could change, though with the track and timing of the upper level low will continue to watch that through the weekend. Right now I w b a p. 44 degrees. Fall out continues in the wake of the insurrection in Washington, D. C this week when a mob of President Trump's supporters stormed the capital is Congress certified President elect Joe Biden's victory correspondent David Sponte has more from people of interest authorities want to talk to. They want to hear from Jake and Jelly. I'm told he's a Cuban on conspiracy theorist who lives in Arizona and jelly broke into the Senate chamber at one point sat and the day is chair or vice President Mike Pence, sat just minutes before. Then there's Richard Barnett to Trump supporter from Arkansas who had a personal vendetta against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. So much, So he broke into her office and left this message. It said, quote. We will not back down. Authorities are asking for help to identify dozens of these people. You're also seeking information into suspects who plan to two pipe bombs outside the Democratic and Republican National Committee headquarters. Officers also arrested a man with the military rifle and 11 Molotov cocktails at the riot. State representative Chris Turner of Grand Prairie is asking the Texas Legislature to investigate Texas attorney General Can Paxton. He says Paxton played a role in this week's deadly breach of the Capitol building. It's really two things. It is. His presence in Washington is definitely part of what we need to look at. But also it Z the filing of the fraudulent lawsuit a few weeks ago that really helped to fan the flames and smoke at a stop the steel rally in D. C. Ahead of the breach, Turner says the Legislature could cut the attorney general's budget or Try to impeach him. Taking a look at the early numbers on Wall Street. The Dow was up 62 points. NASDAQ Up 94 points on the S and P 500 up 17 points from the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say your next update a, said. 9 24 7. Coverage at W B A. P e com Oh,.
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"Treatment. Some lawmakers are ready to impeach President Trump for a second time articles of impeachment of and drawn up, accusing the president of inciting an insurrection. They accused Trump of fomenting violence of the U. S Capital on Wednesday, where his supporters stormed the building and occupied it for hours. U. S Capitol police officer injured in Wednesday's riot is dead Officer Brian Sick. Nick died Thursday night he was injured in a confrontation with writers who had charged the capital. Some fellow law enforcement officers say he may have been struck by a fire extinguisher. The FBI is offering a reward to track down who planted pipe bombs in Washington, D. C. The agency says The bombs were found at both headquarters of the Republican National Committee and Democratic National Committee during protests on Wednesday. More highly contagious Corona virus. Variant is now confirmed in eight states, including Florida. Connecticut has had two patients who traveled in Texas has one case of a man with no travel history. The new variant has also spread to more than a dozen countries. On Chris Drink Man News, radio. W F L A Now let's check sports. W F L A sports drink to that three bodies from the 95, www DEA and AM 6 20 SportsCenter on there, and Jacobson. It is super wild card weekend in the NFL this weekend and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be in action. In the playoffs for the first time in a long time, he'll be in Washington on Saturday. Taking on the football team 8 15 kick off the Green Bay Packers will not be in action this weekend. They have Abi, but when they do come back for the NFC divisional round, they announced yesterday that approximately 6000 ticketed fans will be allowed to attend the team's first playoff game. The champ of a lightning will start their NHL season next week, they'll take on the Chicago Blackhawks..