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Jim Hanson and Sebastian Chat About '2000 Mules'
"So I mentioned it got to talk about it. That is the now the most successful documentary of the modern age in just over a week, it's netted 10 million gross. It has had a million downloads. It is 2000 meals. I'm in it guys full disclosure. I've got a stake in it, but it is so important. Got to ask you, this told us we were conspiracy theorists. That's nothing happened. We've got in just the areas where Greg Phillips Catherine, engelbrecht and the 2000 mules team looked. We have at least 400,000 illegal ballots that were being trafficked by NGOs by individuals who went to 27 drop boxes in 36 hours at 2 a.m. 3 a.m. what is your reaction to this? Is this a game changer? Will it affect those who are un political or in the middle potentially? What it needs to change is any state that still has a law that allows mail out ballots to everybody, ballot harvesting or any of these ways that our ballots don't go from one person's hand to the election officials directly should be outlawed. Now, I can understand mail in balloting at some level if you've got controls like states that do it well, is okay. But the states that just mail them out and these NGOs scarf them up, I got to tell you, in 2019, November, my wife and I took information to the Republican National Committee about ballot harvesting in California. Concrete concrete showed that they were doing it. They were registering people at Starbucks with addresses at dog parks, at places like this. We gave them the dataset that showed this. And they were like, that's great. We're going to go buy some 32nd attack ads.
Setting the Record Straight Against Jonathan Swann
"One Have you ever heard of Jonathan Swan Johnny He has I think it's a British accent Maybe it's all see it doesn't really matter He's a pretend journalist So he's on Twitter Apparently he's obsessed with Twitter And he's following me and he takes exception to the fact that I talk about these never trumpers And he writes the following tweet I just responded but I will respond on the year Not that any of this matters because 80% of Republicans have reinvented themselves as Trump diehards just to survive But this tweet thread reminds me of the summer of 2016 At that time Levin was a passionate never trumper and Theo was one of the Republican National Committee stage endorsing Trump That's not correct Those of you who listen to this show and have listened to that you know the whole story of this But Wikipedia and the never trumpers and the phony journalists just keep regurgitating it There's no fixing it Because they
Why Is Watergate So Misunderstood? Lord Conrad Black Explains
"Lord black have to discuss. The first things first in the break, you mentioned the reputation of The Washington Post. You've written a work on Nixon, could you just give us your historic understanding of the reporting of Watergate and why so many people misunderstand what they actually wrote and why the conventional wisdom on that reportage is so wrong. Of course, complicated subject, but to be fair, but if the contents at a great deal, there has never been one shred of probative evidence that a serious court in a dispassionate atmosphere would accept as conclusive. That mister Nixon himself committed any crimes. He certainly didn't know anything about the break in of the Watergate. First entry before it happened and was horrified when it didn't happen. And that his people at anything to do with it. And the so called cover up consisted of his admittedly not telling the truth to the public several times. That is true. But the presidents do that to me sometimes. And he wasn't under oath and it wasn't a crime. He squandered a lot of political capital as he himself admitted that it wasn't a crime. And the case against Congress essentially on the theory that money was advanced by the Republican National Committee with his approval, the pay for the legal bills of attendance in the Watergate affair. And he did do that. But he didn't do it. And he did authorize him, but not under any basis of altered testing, not to get them to tell anything other than the truth. He was paying the money to them. So that they would have the legal fees paid, be able to take care of their families while the trials went on. And wouldn't be absolute sitting decks were prosecutors saying, all right, we'll do a plea bargain. We'll let you up lightly, but you denounce the people above you and take it straight up to the Oval Office door, which is the way the prosecutors work, particularly in the District of Columbia, which is, you know, that was a 90% democratic voting electoral
Mark Levin: Mitch McConnell Should Not Be the Leader of Senate Republicans
"The sleazy left and the sleazy rhinos Seem to have a lot in common don't they McConnell condemning the Republican National Committee for centering Cheney and king singer When behind the scenes enclosed doors he threatened his own members if they don't fall online He doesn't criticize them for what they're doing and what they're saying Mitch McConnell obviously believes it's okay To be throwing subpoenas left and right Citizens without any predicate whatsoever That's okay by Mitch Mitch McConnell should not be the leader of the Republicans in the Senate He doesn't reflect the view of the large majority of the base And he saw some bracing now Nancy Pelosi the committee and her tactics Why Because he hates Trump Mitch McConnell is utterly and completely out of tune He's not a righteous man standing up for principle any more than Liz Cheney's a righteous man standing up for principle Any more than at king's a righteous man standing up for principle Their egomaniacs
Democrats Spin RNC's Decision to Call Jan. 6 Events 'Legitimate Political Discourse'
"Now they're pretending that we Republicans are unable to denounce violence. Now they're pretending that the Republican National Committee has taken a position that riots are legitimate political discourse. And they're going to try to take that lie and run with it because of the desperation they face because of the desperation they are up against. Leading to the midterm elections. They're in trouble and they know it. So it's incumbent upon us to ignore the noise to avoid the lies to be aware of what is truth,
Who Is David Israelite, Head of National Music Publishers Association?
"The country's in an interesting place right now, David. And what I'd love to do to start off here is just give us a little bit about, you know, you said you went to law school at Missouri, but tell us a little about where you come from and sort of how we got to where you're at. You know, a little bit today and then we'll go back and pick up some pieces. Sure, so I grew up in Lee summit, Missouri, which is a suburb of Kansas City. Parents moved our family there after being born in Chicago as a young kid and so I grew up in Missouri and loved politics. It was the kid in high school that carried the briefcase and wanted to be in Washington. And I came to Washington in college as an intern for Missouri senator named kit Bond. And it was during that internship that I knew that's where I wanted to be. So I ended up coming back to Washington during law school to go to Georgetown at night while I worked in the Senate. And then after practicing for a few years, I came back to be that senator kit bonds top aide in the Senate, around his reelection campaign, and it was during that campaign. I got to know a lot of the folks on the governor Bush team pretty well. And so when the 98 Senate reelection was over, I then went immediately to the Republican National Committee as the political and government affairs director to work on the Bush presidential campaign. And had two years there, which was thrilling, obviously, you know, a successful presidential campaign. And when that was done, the other Missouri senator was a guy named John ashcroft, who got appointed to be attorney general and asked me to come with him over to the Justice Department, which I thought would be a short term kind of fun stint before getting back to my life and instead, 9 11 happened soon after we got there and it became instead a calling where I was going to stay there with him and I did for four years. But during that time, we stood up a task force on intellectual property and the attorney general was kind enough to let me share this task force. And that's really what got me into the music issues is that I was looking at it from the side of the government, helping protect what was going on at the time, which was mostly theft of music, theft of movies, and that's what really peaked my interest into an industry music, which I had always loved.
Republican National Committee Threatens to Pull Nominees From Presidential Debates
"Chairwoman mcdaniel was great to see you when we were both over at the Senate a few weeks back. But since then, you've done a great thing. For many years, I've been like Cato the elder talking about Carthage. The presidential debate commissions must be destroyed as my version of Carthage must be destroyed. And you're destroyed it yesterday. And you are the hero of the hour. Would you tell people? Well, let me just put it to the is the divorce final. The divorce is not final. We do have some hoops to go through. We've got to get the RNC members to pass a rule change. So that won't actually happen officially till the August or spring at the earliest. We have some things to do, but the debate committee that the RNC had voted unanimously that we want to remove ourselves from the commission on presidential debate.
Political Commentator Paris Dennard on the Virginia Governor's Race
"What an amazing opportunity. We have in Virginia and I want to visit with Paris denard who is an incredible voice for the not only for conservatism, but definitely for the Republican Party. He is currently the national spokesperson and director of black media affairs for the Republican National Committee. He worked in The White House, under president George W. Bush, and he was an official media surrogate for the victorious Donald J Trump for president campaign. Paris, it's great having you on the program. Thanks so much for taking time out of what I know is a very busy day for you. How are you sure? Hey, Mike, it's good to be with you. It is a busy day, but I'm excited about being on your show today. Well, I'm excited to chat with you because I appreciate your work so much. And you're one of those folks that I pay attention to very closely to listen to in terms of where the tea leaves are. Give me your feelings about Virginia before we kind of dive into some of the projects you're working on because a whole lot of us are holding our breaths and praying for Glenn young. Well, look, Virginia is in a good shape because we are excited about the momentum that we see coming from the Republicans in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Look, I happen to live in Virginia. I voted for blond young, and I'm inspired by glennon and I think he is the type of leader that the Commonwealth needs. But he's part of a big ticket and there's a lot of great candidates running at all levels of government therapy junior who are worthy of the support as well. But what we see today is a very tight race race that shouldn't be this type because you have someone who quite frankly, the people know. They know Terry McCullough. He was governor before. They know his policies, but you know what? They're rejecting Terry mcauliffe because he's far outside of the mainstream. His policies are not supported by the people of Virginia. That's why you see such a close race because they look at his positions. On parents, they reject the notion that parents should not have a role in their children's education. Are you kidding
Biden 'Disappointed' in GOP Governors Who Plan to Resist Vaccine Mandate
"President biden is defending a new federal rule that will require certain businesses to mandate cove in nineteen vaccines or testing for employees. Npr's aisha roscoe reports the new regulation which is part of biden's six point strategy to combat the highly contagious delta. Variant of the corona virus will apply to about eighty million workers. President biden says that governors who want to file lawsuits over the new regulation can have at it during a visit to a middle. School biden. said that he's disappointed. Some republican lawmakers have opposed mandates for vaccines and mask replying for real here. This isn't a game. And i don't know of any scientists out there in this field but doesn't think it makes considerable sense to do the six things i've suggested. The republican national committee has already said that it plans to sue the administration over the new rule. Calling it. unconstitutional is roscoe. Npr news the whitehouse.
Trump Set to Back Attorney in Primary Challenge to Liz Cheney
"Today a bit of a scoop. Politicos mark capita. Would alex eisenstaedt report that. Donald trump is set to endorse adamant. Inner expected race against cheney the call it. The most important political endorsement yet and trump's post presidency will while noting the not too long ago. Hagan was a staunch supporter of cheney. She financially supported. Cheney's previous campaigns was on the congresswoman's leadership team and as of last night at least still had a photo of the two of them together agents website. The issue of her friendship with cheney came up with trump interviewed haeggman during his endorsement screening process trump's looming involvement in the primary will be a good test of his political power. In the gop is allies and team not only encouraged. Take him into run against cheney. They are under pressure to clear. the crowded. Primary field of other candidates could split anti cheney sediment the more crowded the primary. The better cheney's chances are that she'll win. Cheney became trump's top republican targets after she spoke out against his role inciting january sixth capital riot house. republicans soon stripped her of her leadership. Post and one of trump's sons and a top trump ally have already campaigned against her in wyoming at the same time trump threw himself into the process of vetting and interviewing multiple candidates running or exploring campaigns against cheney with the goal of anointing single challenger trump insiders in adviser say they received verbal commitments for many of the candidates. Drop out if he endorsed someone else but whether they'll actually leave. The race remains an open question in the final step before officially announcing her campaign. Later this week. Hagan resigned tuesday as one of wyoming's members of the republican national committee
The GOP Has No Civilian Leadership
"Let me get a little bit personal. Last night i go for dinner with just four guys who supromega good guys One works in swamp. Wants a to ones defense guy and at the end of this this this meeting of minds. I just thought we have no leadership. It's not just on the hill. We have the the handful of insurgents like yourselves. But we don't have that tea party movement. We don't have the the the civilian leadership that's going to. For example chicago eighty two people shop loss week. Twelve murdered y. Why isn't there. Why isn't there an anti blm. Made up of black gop voters who say you want to talk about black lives. Let's talk about chicago. Well ask yourself this question if the republican national committee isn't doing just what you described. What are they doing. What is their purpose. I know that the republican national committee is spending a lot of money to advertise ronald mcdaniels. Podcast of but every nickel that has gone into that endeavor should be going into the bill doubt of an organization and an infrastructure to do. What the democrats did we dunk on the democrats a lot. But let's give them credit. Where credit's do they went and found a way to get millions of ballots in the mail that were not directly attached to a human being attending to vote.
RNC Says One of Its Contractors Was Hacked
"Russian. Ap targets republican national committee bloomberg sources. Say the threat actors were part of. Ap twenty nine or cozy bear previously tied to the solo in supply chain attack and the democratic national committee breach of two thousand. Sixteen in response to the report rnc spokesperson. Mike reid said there is no indication. The rnc was hacked or any rnc information was stolen. Read went on to say an attack was detected but administrators acted to block all access to its cloud environment and furthermore with microsoft to review their systems white house urges mayors too review cybersecurity posture at a virtual meeting with the bipartisan. Us conference of mayors deputy national security adviser and neuberger urged us mayors to meet with state agencies chiefs to properly evaluate their cyber security posture. The biden administration also reiterated. They would provide additional resources for mayors to shore up defences with the fbi and cyber security and infrastructure security agency tasked to provide assistance. This comes as local and state. Governments are increasingly targets of ransomware with the fbi issuing a public service announcement about the growing threat last year. Incomplete print nightmare emergency patch released. Microsoft issued the out of band. Emergency patch to fix a critical vulnerability dubbed print nightmare in the windows. Prints buhler service that could allow remote code execution with system level access. The patch is available for windows server. Windows ten windows eight and windows seven after it was released security researchers matthew hickey and will dorman found that while the patch is effective at preventing the remote code execution. Flaw attackers could still use the local privilege escalation component to gain system privileges on vulnerable systems for older windows versions further analysis by other security researchers found that the entire patch could be mitigated if the point and print policy was enabled. More information on the cassia hat comes out according to the company's ceo. Fred viuhkola between eight hundred and fifteen hundred businesses have been impacted by the supply chain attack against the company although he acknowledged getting more exact figure is difficult. Since the customers of its customers were the ones most impacted. He also had no comment on whether the company was negotiating with the ransomware operators because said in talks with the white house. The company didn't see any national risk posed by the attack. The overall impact of the attack has been felt globally with coop supermarkets in sweden forced close as well as dozens of schools in new
Governor Signs Law Giving Nevada 1st Presidential Primary
"Nevada's governor signed a law that could make it the first state in the nation to hold a presidential primary in twenty twenty four but that's not the final step needed Democrats in Nevada push to change from the in person caucus system which is hard to count to a primary ballot on the first Tuesday in February and by pushing up the date party members say they'll provide a better representation than early states Iowa and New Hampshire do because Nevada is more racially diverse but the national political parties would need to agree to the change in the primary calendar and the Republican National Committee has already said it supposed also if Nevada schedules itself as the first state it's likely Iowa and New Hampshire would move up their primaries I'm Jackie Quinn
FBI Releases New Security Video of Pipe Bomb Suspect Before Capitol Riot
"Outside the Democratic and Republican National Committee offices in D. C have been released by the FBI, Seattle Democratic representative Perilla giant Paul tells CNN. She remains troubled by that, as well as the riot at the U. S capitol that followed hours later January sick. I know members, my fellow members here and I still feel not completely safe. We're coming to work every day, and we're not entirely sure what we're going to get, but we are committed to getting our job done. And to putting in the investments to make us safe and to make the capital both accessible, but also secure. The bombs were discovered at about the same time, the right began. $100,000 reward is being offered in the case. Hazard pay is soon coming to
Trump, RNC clash over using his name in fundraising
"Former president Donald Trump demands the Republican National Committee stop using his name and fundraising efforts former president Donald Trump and the Republican hierarchy appear at odds over money the Republican National Committee says it has every right to use trump's name in fundraising efforts claiming he reaffirmed the use this past weekend but in a statement trump slammed the RNC demanding no more money for rhinos short for Republicans in name only instead he's insisting donor sent money to his save America back through his personal website the party is eager to tap into his popularity with the base but that runs counter to trump's push to control the party through the use of his name and image I'm timid wire
Trump's new PAC raises over $30 million
"At the conservative. Political action conference in orlando over the weekend. Former president trump was clear. He will not start a new political party to make an end run around the grand old party. He drops strong hints. Though that he might like to run for president again there was interest. Also in rhonda. Santa's the governor of florida and the governor of south dakota kristi noem and trump is still very good at raising money. Marketplace's kimberly adams has that former. President trump never stopped raising money. I he pulled in cash from donors to fight his election loss and since then trump launched a leadership pac that raised over thirty million dollars in just a matter of months. Carl evers hellstrom monitors money in politics for open secrets dot org and he says politicians and groups who align themselves with trump are benefiting as well. The republican party is increasingly. Reliant on trump. actually raise money. so we've seen some. Corporate interests are not as interested in donating to them after the capital riot. Trump's supporters on the other hand still seem game to donate to the president and his allies. There were even rumors after the election. He might start a third political party and what he's done is actually a lot more interesting. Jennifer here. wig political sociologist at suny stony brook. He said okay. I have this kind of asset which is my a fundraising prowess and my donor or less than the ability to connect with people who maybe ordinarily wouldn't donate and so i'm going to use that and turn it into a formal organisation that the gop has to pay attention to and the republican party. Is we know that. President trump is still someone who was wildly popular and someone who was and is an effective fundraiser. Paris denard is a spokesperson for the republican national committee. We are optimistic. That he will continue to be the type of former president that engages in wants to help the rmc. A fundraise denied says trump has agreed to attend an r. n. c. donors event this spring in florida where republican leaders will be encouraging donors and the former president to support their efforts heading into the midterm elections in washington. I'm kimberly adams for marketplace
Investigations intensify into assault on U.S. Capitol
"Ah Senate panel conducting one of what's expected to be many postmortem reviews of the January 6th riot at the U. S Capitol, heard from officials past and present about preparedness for that attack. U. S Capitol Police special operations Captain Carnation Mendoza described the sudden magnitude of the assault on that day I asked for assistance was needed and was advised Of six active scenes. There was an explosive device at the Democratic National Committee building. A second explosive device at the Republican National Committee building. And large hostile groups at different locations outside the Capitol Building. The former House sergeant at arms, Paul Irving, testified that intelligence before that day did not suggest that troops would be
Election of Democratic chair portends change at post office
"Former labor leader with ties to the Obama administration has been elected chairman of the US postal service board of governors marking the first step in a potential shake up Ron Blum who is with the United steel workers union and an adviser during the auto industry bailout was elected by fellow members of the postal service board of governors to serve as its new leader ousting former Republican National Committee chair Mike Duncan who does remain on the governing board there were calls for president bite into outright fire Postmaster General Lewis to joy appointed by president trump who's been blamed for service cutbacks the delayed absentee ballots made mail late and led to a dismal on time performance during the holidays in a pandemic but only the board can fire the Postmaster General but a president can use appointments to reshape the board which currently has a Republican majority Jackie Quinn Washington
"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.
"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.
"republican national committee" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"This is Jason. How cook. Georgia Superior Court rejected a GOP led push to close off early voting drop boxes after normal business hours. Lawsuit from the Republican National Committee and the Georgia Republican Party, argued that the drop boxes should be limited to the same hours his county elected officials in the lead up to the January 5th Senate run offs. The court's ruling will allow drop boxes to continue to be used 24 hours a day under video surveillance until polls close for the runoff elections. Jobless benefits that were expanded for millions of Americans earlier this year in response to the Corona virus pandemic ran out on Saturday as president Trump renewed his criticism of a recently passed $900 billion relief package that includes an extension of federal unemployment assistance. The delay has not only threatened to plunge millions of Americans deeper into economic uncertainty, but it has also moved the government closer to a shutdown with the fate of an attached $1.4 trillion spending measure, also in jeopardy. Nearly five million people, including 1.3 million Children will fall into poverty in January if Congress fails to extend the temporary pandemic unemployment programs that expired on Saturday, according to a study by Columbia University. And Americans are giving to charity like never before, admits the pandemic. But with over 20 million Americans relying on unemployment benefits, hunger and poverty are rising. Donations to small and mid sized charities are up over 7.6% this year, and the number of donors is up by 11.7%, according to analysis by the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Much of that is coming in from small dollar amounts, suggesting that people across the income.
"republican national committee" Discussed on KOMO
"The way after ABC News From ABC News. I'm Richard can't do with the transition to the Biden administration underway. The outgoing president continue sending emails begging for money to fund the fight over unproven claims of voter fraud. But just where is that money going? Read the fine print. Most of it is not going to the president's Legal defense fund. It's going to the Republican National Committee ended the political organization the president set up to handle this. Activities after he leaves the White House. We are told they have raised $170 million since the election, maybe sees Jonathan Karl. Neither the White House or the first lady's office is commenting on a packed holiday party at the White House Tuesday night limited mask wearing limited social distancing despite the first lady's November 22nd declaration that masks would be required. Attorney General William Barr spent 2.5 hours at the White House. It was billed as a previously scheduled meet, not with the president. But it came after Bar delivered on welcome the election news attorney general barred telling The Associated Press. His investigators in the FBI followed complaints and determined there's no evidence that would change Joe Biden's winning the 2020 election. The Trump campaign quickly dismissing the attorney general's report, saying Trump lawyers have many witnesses who saw a voter fraud. The DOJ didn't interview any of them maybe season. Andy Field. Unveiling his economic team President elect Biden presented former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen as Treasury secretary nominee, she says the pandemic has exposed Inequality in the U. S economy. It's a convergence of tragedies. That is not only economically unsustainable, but one that betrays our commitment to giving every American and equal chance to get ahead. German man is in custody in the southwest city of Tree.
"republican national committee" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"What they care about most right now is that they care about the economy that by that, I mean, they care about their jobs, their job prospects. Millions and millions of people have lost their jobs as a result of covert 19 and the pandemic. They're worried about how we're going to make our rent payments. How are we going to put food on the table? So you've got those issues at the economic issues and you've got, of course, the obvious issue of the pandemic. How much longer is this gonna last? What is our path out of here? Those are the issues that I think are are driving the vast majority of voters as opposed to No is is Joe Biden's kid, a sleaze who traded on the family name and in order to make a bunch of money that he would have otherwise never had a chance to Dio. And my point was, even if you assume that is a given. I don't think that's what's moving the needle for most voters, and a number of you took issue with that. All right, well, interestingly, there's a new story out. Fred Lunch. Franklin's is is a prominent Republican pollster. And he's worked for Republican presidents. He's done party pulling for the Republican National Committee for years and years. He's he's sort of the gold standard when it comes to Republican polling, and you know he's doing this interview and I'm I'm looking at it. He apparently was speaking at a briefing yesterday. And in his opinion, he says that the Trump campaign in 2020 is thie quote worst he's ever seen. He says that he thinks that some of the president's advisors should be brought up on charges off political malpractice. He says Trump's advisers have their heads up a certain part of their anatomy. If they think that the hunter Biden issue is a winning issue for them, he says, This is the This is lunch. Who's done polling for decades, he says. I've never seen a campaign Mohr mis calibrated than the Trump campaign. Frankly, his staff ought to be brought up on charges of political malpractice. It's the worst campaign I've ever seen, and I've been watching them since 1980. They're on the wrong issues. They're on the wrong message. They've got their heads up again. A certain part of the anatomy. Your damn job is to get your candidate to talk about things that are relevant to the people you need to reach. And if you can't do your job, then you should get out. Says the Trump campaign has been running ads and holding daily briefings to draw attention to the hunter Biden allegations, and his point is You know, people, you know people don't care about this. Nobody cares about Hunter Biden. Why is Trump spending all his time on him? Hunter? Biden does not help put food on the table. Hunter. Biden does not help get anyone a job. Hunter. Biden does not provide healthcare or solve Cove it and Donald Trump spends all his time focused on that and nobody. Care's, um It goes on and on. But but again, that's his analysis of the issues that the president in his bid for re election is not talking. About the issues that the people he needs to have vote for him. Care about. Now I understand you've got AH, base that you know, just loves the red meat and loves that. Let's lock him up and all that sort of stuff. But lunch is his point is that that's that's not where you need. Toby, if you're going to get to that 50% plus one vote that you need to win an election or win enough states to carry the electoral college, all right, R number +85561616 20 that is the second mortgage talk and text line. Right. Is this a badly mismanaged campaign Now? You know, we're two weeks out from Election day. If you live in Wisconsin, you can. You can go and you can start voting in person early voting absentee in person, You know, Starting today, people are already doing that so a lot of votes have been cast. So for many people You know what happens over the course of the next two weeks. It doesn't make any difference. But the issues that Cove it the issue of the economy isn't that where people really want to be. Has the Trump campaign missed the boat when it comes to the issues that are really going to move the needle..
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"It amazes me that people actually like, believe that when he's shown over and over and over again that he's a tyrant. Every single person that works for government is your enemy. There's one of those Trump supporters there. He's cleverly disguising his true beliefs. Right, Katrina Pierson. Well, yeah, You know, it's a lot like antique to me, you know? And when I was reading the the DOJ report on this is the statement that they were saying founded. Ah, lot like Auntie, but the people who have been trying to ignite a war the people who want to hurt the government. Just the remark that you just played. Sounds a lot like Antifa. So you know, at the end of the day, people see what they see and hear what they hear. While the Democrats try to continue to tell people not to believe what they see and hear, I think people are becoming more and more aware of just how far the Democrat Party has left the station and how the media essentially it's been covered for them. Our viewers and listeners air are very concerned about the the prospects of mail in ballot fraud in the upcoming election. I know the campaign. And the local the Republican National Committee and the local state parties have been winning. A lot of cases in court thing seems to be going in the right direction, but we still keep coming up with these stories every day. Here's one from a Concord, New Hampshire, Michael Lewis age. 47 was arrested in Atlanta, Georgia pursuant to a warrant. He's charged with casting a ballot in Hooksett, New Hampshire, during the 2016 general election. There. There, there. Ah, Anonymous mailing is being sent out to people in coastal New Hampshire from people was soliciting balance. I mean, this is going on Texas mayoral candidate in Carrollton has been arrested on more than 100 counts of mail and voter fraud. I mean, this is just you could pick these stories up every day. I mean, how? How confident is the campaign that they're going to be able to keep a lid on? This thing were given that this this appears to be a a continent wide, fraudulent voting conspiracy going on. Yet suddenly concerned up for sure. And that's exactly why the campaign has thousands and thousands of people on the ground thousands of warriors more rooms in some states just to make sure that doesn't happen. You mentioned some of the cases we've been winning in court. We're going to stay in court and make sure that we can protect the integrity of this election. We're going to make sure that we're watching these poles like a hawk. We're going to be ready. With hotlines and everything to ensure that this election is definitely a fair one. It's something that the campaign is taken very seriously because we've seen you know, within 90 days of an election. Suddenly, the Democrats are trying to change the rules trying to pass new laws, and it's just It's absolutely absurd, So it's definitely a problem. The good news is we have been winning in court, and these cases are becoming public. People are being arrested, which means that system is working. It's just I was just announced that President Trump is having a rally in Sanford, Florida Monday night at seven o'clock, so he's going to be maybe it. Maybe it took more than the weekend to set it up, but he's definitely so tonight is tonight could be on Tucker Carlson show, and he's going to get a examination from Dr Siegel. Mark Siegel, and I think that should be another rye. Interesting bit of Ah, media. It had a very interesting media day for the president. It will be interesting and entertaining. To say the least. You know, the President's very serious about letting the American people know that he's recovering well, and I think that is important because we all saw how the mainstream media was trying to take this horrible picture when the president was tested positive for Covitz But now he just wants Americans to know I'm still me. I'm fine. I'm functioning, ready to get back on the campaign trail. He's been doing these interviews who's been calling it and I was going to do chuck her tonight with Dr Siegel. And it should be an interesting night. What did you think of The New York Times early edition story today, saying that the president appeared in front of a green Elektronik backdrop and that he really wasn't outside the White House. How crazy can these people get a trainer Pearson, You hear me, laughing? I mean, it's the stake New New York time. You know, I mean, it gets gets better. Better. But guess what? It's just going to get worse and more crazy over the next 25 days. So bustle your feet. All right. Katrina Pierson, senior advisor for the Trump campaign, Thanks thanks very much for being with us, and I give our best to the President Goodluck tonight, Mr President and your Ryan your medical examination online. If TV even pure pain cream is continuing their buy one get one free promotion. 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"30 40 times a day Because new stuff's always coming in. News is like that, too. New stuff happens all the time. So come back 345 times a day and know what's going on news Radio 1200 W away. I The Constitution of the United States of American Congress long ago put in place a plan of succession to ensure that the nation is protected. From adversaries and internal conflict when the elected president cannot serve. President were to die in office. A president word to die. An officer cannot serve 25th amendment kicks in. Vice president gets the gig. So what happens if at some point in the future you would think we have it figured out by now. A president dies in office. 30 days 40 days, 50 days before an election. Now you're opening up a whole nother can of beans. It gets messy, real quick. As I mentioned earlier, I asked this of 56 people over the weekend. No one knew. I didn't know that's why I was asking the question. But for some reason, my friends tend to think when I ask a question that I already know the answer, huh? No, I don't. But I do now. Kind of If the president a president cannot run for office anymore. It works like this. The Republican National Committee, the RNC Would have to produce a new nominee. That process would involve In unstinted today. That would be current chairwoman Rana McDaniel. And 168 national members, three from each state and territory. Now square. The messiness comes in. Many states. Have already started printing mailing accepting ballots. Some have already begun in person. Voting in the name of a new nominee could be unlikely to be printed on ballots in time for election Day. Which means now at this point we go. Okay. Well, what happens if that? Yeah, that worked to happen Some point. The future president dies. RNC gets together with 168 members. They decide. Okay, Well, we're going to go with Joe blow over here. Now He's going to be our new nominee to run for president of United States. Ah, yeah, But guess what? We can't get Amon. The ballots is over the line time. So then what? Nobody knows yet to write it in. No body knows. Well, according to Richard Hazan, law professor at the University of California, Irvine. It would be a question of what each state law says. Or eight states law doesn't say about what happens in this eventuality. In most state laws. Are absolutely silent. On the possibility of that happening. So you're right back to. Well, what do we do? Maybe the Supreme Court would decide. A question could be resolved by Congress. Course he was, or do you even find a starting point? Man. Well, this is the United States of America. I can't do the math. Tell you how many years old we are How old the Constitution is, But I can tell you think that you would have that figured out by now? Just in case. Everything you need to know This happened in the sports in the last 48 hours coming up. Doctors say the president could be discharged as soon as today if he keeps improving as White House chief of staff. Mark Meadows says President Trump continues to remain optimistic Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden continues to test negative for the virus as his campaign is at the pause button on negative ads about Trump. Early on Valley Police officer suffered broken bones after being run down by a suspect that was later shot by responding officers and all six local regal cinemas. Air Set to Go Dark, A pandemic hits its parents, parent company on a global scale, We'll have the story coming up. W Away I news time 8 22 now traffic.
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"Republican National Committee chairman had put a lot of this together. Let's look ahead towards where we are in 70 days Now, before the first debate September, the 29th Just the fact we know that when when you look at debates, and all that 16 states will already begun early voting. Are you confident to get out the vote effort is good and good enough and strong enough. Are you confident you have enough poll watchers to prevent unsavory in nefarious characters from trying TTO play games at thes voting places? Are you competent? Ah, that you are ready to go in 70 days for the and assuming that every vote matters and that you're gonna be ready on the ground and prepared to protect ballots, So here's what I'm going to station. You always have to run like you're from behind, But I am Confident and the team we have on the ground. We've activated two million volunteers. I have 2000 field staff on the ground. We've outpaced the Democrats and voter registration and six battleground state. Of course, Democrats are up ending election laws to systematically derail election integrity, so we're engaged in over 40 lawsuit. We will have lawyers across the country. We will have poll watchers across the country. You can sign up on army for trump dot com to volunteer, But this is something that we all have to be focused on. We have to turn out our boat. We've got to make sure our friends are not honor Turn out their vote vote early vote as early as you can, if you're going to vote by absentee I feel like we're in really good shape as I'm looking at state by state by state. I went through all the states this weekend with my team, but I'm not taking anything for granted. This is going to be a grind till the very end. And we've got 70 days to get this done because literally the future of our country depends on it. I agree completely. Rana McDaniels, Thank you for being with us. 809 for one Shauna toll free telephone numbers. We continue from the swamp Washington D. C. Live free or Die America the world on the brink, Everything that is on the line in 70 days, 40% off amazon dot com Bookstores everywhere. Quick break from Washington, D. C. The Swamp. When we come back Maximo Alvarez will join us, the Cuban refugee in Florida businessman who moved to the US from Cuba, telling his story last night, you'll get into more detail.
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"We went right there, man. He couldn't get it together. The Marshall Marshall answer. Just they always punk out on you. They always just will die on you. They really do the electronics. I don't know what it is the martial ans. I'm telling you right now, because I've been very loyal. Michael wanted a marginally If I got the marshal live. I wanted to do like Jimi Hendrix because Michael's playing like Jimmy, God, God bless him. And the marshal here always broke. There's Jimmy on stage at the four in Los Angeles and the thing punking out on him and Mitch picks up that did the drum beat and he just goes and keeps the crowd right there. And Jimmy goes right into it. Flawless in great stuff. Great Rock and roll. Thank you out for five. Absolutely awesome. Hey, Jo on the radio pumped up because I'm watching this Republican National Convention. And you know what? I'm really a ninja pendant on more libertarian. Anything else? It really isn't And I like Ah, Democrat. I'll talk to some Democrats, the four or five that are still Democrats and that they, you know, not the fascists of the Socialists on and then And of course, we have a lot of great conservatives. You know that I that I always enjoy. We put on the show. But last night was so patriotic. There was a feel for this. This Republican National Committee and by the way, I'm talking. I don't want the hates God to stop the divides. Gotta stop. You can't just hate just hate, you know, and and my girls. I was talking to Allie. My daughter. God bless her. And she's going like she goes, I go. No, honey, if you look at Donald Trump, because they don't like the president, because she you know what they got Whole generations brought up just their hate anything, I guess. Conservative. Anything Republican? I guess so. I said you can't open up and just look at the president. I understand the criticisms, you know, because sometimes they don't like his personality. They don't like any tweets. They don't like the language, and I understand that. I said, look at the accomplishments and look at the because in his soul in Donald Trump's so I don't know. And I say this with the greatest respect. He's so smart to align himself with the Republicans. But is he really Republican? Because sometimes, you know he'll do things like the first step initiative. That's not a Republican initiative. That's a Donald Trump initiative. That's Donald Trump helping out the black community that I and I want. Not that Republicans haven't because Abe Lincoln was a Republican, so I don't want to say anything like that. But I said to my daughter look at the accomplishments of this president. Whether it's taken out Isis whether it's the greatest economy we've ever had ever in the history of the United States of America, his belief in the military his support for law enforcement. And then Allie goes and I hope she doesn't mind me talking about you because I have such a close relationship by the grace of God with my girls. The alley goes. Yeah, well, that's the P. It's the people that are telling the president and that's where I made the argument that the people doesn't have. There's no people to tell the president to do anything make much to the chagrin. Hey, doesn't listen. Anybody he's on his own. And when you look at it, I tell you something, and I want you. I know we have a lot of folks on the fence. I gotta tell you, you look at the economics mints. Put all the rhetoric put all the tweets side. This is the best president we've ever had. I'm telling you, certainly since Ronald Reagan Abe Lincoln. He's telling you one of the five best presidents ever. I'm looking the accomplishments and yet and yet also the virus comes in. And then you and I know you think like I do. I don't I know you. I know you. I see you. You think it? Why would this virus come in? Why would they throw this at us? Right? Why's 2020 becoming like the Year, the locust. See, there was something like that right? Did you hear about the asteroid coming in and possibly hitting him hitting Ah, Earth before right before the election. Did you hear that? You know how serious I am serious is that asteroid? ASA said there's an asteroid. Heading toward Earth. They said. What is going to hit I Radley like you'd died. Somethin's up. Something's going on from some outside forces. Whatever they are my mic favors drawn. And I just think a lot of his divine intervention and a lot of this is going on for a reason on that, quite sure what it is, But I do know this. It will make a stronger we will prevail. We will get through this and it will make us stronger. And then when I see when I see all negativity from the all last week, I had a watch. And he had to stay up and watch this negativity and the pandering to people of different colors. They're pandering. Patronizing these people on the in the Democratic Party. If you if you vote for us, we'll we'll watch out for you all different kinds, but never saying Thank you to the Americans that work so hard. That worked so hard that really keep this country intact, You know, and then was so when I see this Republican convention yesterday. And then there's the music, right and they have flags. All the flags are meticulous. And then they had you know what they did was great. Yesterday, they did it from the Mellon Auditorium in Washington. And people came out There was a depth stay with me on this. Just just just just image wise. The death was the podium was out close to the edge of the stage. There was a space behind the speaker and the flags there all the Democrats. I don't know how they missed it, because I know these were all probably Hollywood producers who are not working. That were running the DNC and everything was up against a wall and you is, if you put the world to close to you, it's that you know when they went to the states yesterday in the Republican convention yet that that little RNC logo was too close. You got to have depth. So and I know Donald Trump's have set that whole shot up. So when they went into the event itself, and you wrote, the cameras were were were at blew away. The speaker walked out. It was a beautiful image, and it was a patriotic image. And it was very, very well done. And objectively speaking, I just may be patriotic. And then when I saw my friend Andrew Polish speak About his daughter, a slain in that, you know the Parkland shooting down there in Florida. I can't even imagine what this guy went through. He was great up there. And Tim Scott was great up there. And Jim Jordan. That's right. My buddy just tweeted me at Jim Jordan was great. Told a story. How did you see that? President Trump is on the phone with Jim Jordan. Jim Jordan was paying respects to somebody who died in a car crash. The parents of someone who died in a car accident and then the president said, What's what's their names? Let me put me on the phone with the parents. That's what that's what President Trump said to Jim Jordan put me on the phone with the parents doesn't want to talk to the parents, and that's exactly what happened..
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"Perspective analysis. And by gum it you're gonna get it now, In a moment, we're gonna check in with Paris. Denard with the Republican National Committee Talk about tonight's big affair. Also coming up in the four o'clock hour looking that is one of our our own little committees. Women one of our own little delegates for Virginia, Patty Lyman, who was also by the way, a member of the Real Housewives of Hell. He's gonna tell us what it's like in Charlotte believes she is in Charlotte. We're also going to speak with representative Jody Heights of Georgia Republican Congressman Talkabout this convention and also some of the goings on in Congress. With regard to the the Postal Service of those hearings, all of that is coming up your Analysis as well as Maya now already This convention is better than the Democrats and I'm trying to be objective, But I got to tell you, it felt like a convention. They had a bunch of people in a big hall and they were nominating and they were. They wasn't like these weird made for YouTube videos that people were making, like sitting in a bathtub with Froot Loops and stuff or whatever it was, you know, it really felt like a convention. And then when the president got enough delegates that traditional moment when he secured the nomination, he's surprised everybody by showing up and he came out and he spoke. For quite some time, actually, and it was great and it was live and it was electric and it's what a political convention is supposed to be that good for them, and we're going to give you three hours of a lot of analysis of what's going on as if we were really there. Because it's a big deal. If we only do this every four years, Election day is just 70 days away, and this is a pretty big deal. If you want to really drive him crazy, you say 12 more years. Let's kick things off with the senior communications at via advisor for the Republican National Convention. He is Paris. Denard and a good good man hit Paris. Thanks for joining us. Since having me that was a real surprise When the president How do you surprise people with the president? President doesn't move around in a stealth mode here, but that genuinely seemed to be a surprise to people that he was there. While I was going to do some other things in North Carolina on and so on the official schedule and so it was a surprise because you saw but he was scheduled to do and Course The president wanted to be there in Charlotte because he said that he wanted to be respectful to the city into the officials who worked there to get him to have the comic convention there and I think into the delegate. That's a very nice gesture in comparison to Joe Biden, who refused to go to Wisconsin for his convention and you decide to stay. In his in Delaware, part merrily in his basement..
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"The Republican National Committee. Gathering restrictions in Charlotte for the upcoming convention will be eased to allow more than 10 people to conduct party business indoors. The state is insisting though that due to the Corona virus pandemic masks are worn and social distancing guidelines are observed. Dozens of large gatherings have been green lighted in South Carolina, despite rising Kobe cases. Earlier this month, the governor lifted the ban on gatherings of up to 250 people and allowed anyone who wanted to have a larger event toe. Ask the state Department of Commerce, the agency says more than 70 requests have been approved, among them September's NASCAR race at Darlington, where fans can watch in person. Testing for the virus remains trying to say the least. And now, health officials in California say data from potentially hundreds of thousands of tests is missing. A server outage July 25th meant lab results were not getting reported to state officials. And then the temporary fix wasn't disabled properly, leading to even further delays by as many as 300,000 lab results. Most are suspected to be covert tests. The California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galley, says he doubts the delay impacts the overall decrease of cases in the state. We do feel confident in the trend. We've been looking at today's number, validating it and believe that the trend has been stabilizing and coming down, he says. The numbers that calculate hospitalizations and deaths are not among these numbers. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News, another example of testing imperfection. The positive result, followed by the negative result for Ohio Governor Mike DeWine. The positive results came from a rapid test. The negative result came from a more sensitive laboratory developed.
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"Republican National Committee a lot to talk about that Amazon is with merry Walter good morning hello we talk about this virus I don't know if you've heard of it it's called cover nineteen also known as the corona virus know if you've heard about this but we're we're starting to learn a little bit more about how we got here and fox news has an exclusive report and they have talked to some sources multiple sources who've been briefed on the details of the early actions by the Chinese government and they have also said to have these sources have seen relevant materials according to fox news it was like to put that out in the beginning because will criticize The New York Times or someone when they have a a report based on anonymous sources when I got yes anonymous sources out so I just like to put that out there it's anonymous sources but foxes that they you know they've been briefed these people know what they're talking about so putting that out there start with that these sources claim that cover nineteen originated in a war how laboratory as we keep hearing more and more US but they claim that this was not done as a bio weapon but this was part of China's effort to prove that they're better than the United States they wanted to demonstrate that they had the ability to identify and combat viruses better than the United States is their capabilities were equal to the United States or even better greater than the United States is ability to identify viruses quickly and then combat those viruses quickly I love this frame says a big old Chinese inferiority complex that led to Arden international disaster there's a lot of things I could say here about the size of men's egos but I won't they say this may be the costly as government cover up of all time according to one of the sources sure sounds like it a patient zero what they're say they believe the patient zero works at the lab and then went into the population of Walmart how many times have you heard this we've been hearing this for quite some time I they say they they had there is increasing confidence in this council classified and open source documents and evidence fox news has requested to see the evidence directly so they they wanted it was fox wants to delve into this even more but right now it's just what the sources are telling them you know fox John Roberts yesterday from fox asked the president at the corona virus press briefing about this and he's he's a you know we're we're here we more more we're hearing the story we're doing a very thorough examination of this horrible situation my hunch is they probably already now and they're just holding their cards close to their chest the ministration my hunch you know I'm a little resentful about the way that the stories coming out from the administration right now and I'll say and the reason I say this is because of something I've said on the air weeks ago I forget when it was I guess it would have been early last month or so but at the time the I was with a group of media people that met with the task force and they told us at the time they were confident that if this did not come from the lab so that was pretty kind of explicit declaration that that never happened then when you say you're confident that suggests that you probe this enough in order to indicate yeah this didn't come from the lab and now we're actually getting the opposite indication from the administration by virtue of these sources these was only high level sources speaking to Brett and fox news in indicating yeah we suspected they come to the lab and this is not the first report this week of this nature in fact we saw Josh Rogin writing in The Washington Post just I think two days ago that it was in January of two thousand eighteen that a state department officials were sending back cables indicating that they believe that there were serious respect the rest at that lab in Wuhan so there's a huge body of evidence that's been gathered over time is that we're just finding out about that indicates that this is a very likely maybe even probable scenario well according to fox news detailed documents detail early efforts by doctors at the lab and then early efforts of containment they also claims that they're saying foxes in the walk in wet market with that was initially identified as this point point of origin for this journey all goes back to that never sold backs and the sources told fox news that blaming the wet market was an effort by China to defect to deflect blame from the laboratory and and then they also of course shortly after that they targeted Italy and the United States is being responsible for the lad okay sorry for that for the virus we've talked about this a couple times that that that that what market did not sell apps and I and it strikes me as one of the most obvious points worthy of inquiry for the American news media in particular because what happened when Tom cotton's senator Tom cotton raised the idea that this could have escaped from a lab in China how was he treated when he said that like a conspiracy theorist right like like what he was saying was deranged like he doesn't deserve to be a part of the conversation how dare you Tom cotton even raise that idea I in fact I you're gonna do is spark and things that you should you don't even know what you're doing stop this nonsense he was treated like a child and the media just sort of all reflexively said look the world health organisation told us this camper wet market we're gonna believe them boy all of the providers of information the chain of custody that led to our understanding of how coronavirus is working and how it got out in the first place China and the world health organization in particular are now well documented as having lied at the outset about how about all of this and obfuscated the specifics so we know that much and if the market doesn't sell bats doesn't seem like the most obvious line of inquiry for American reporters to say okay let me take a breath and establish what we know and then challenge my prior assumptions well we we talked about yesterday about how we had given the United States either yesterday or the day before we talk about how the United States had given the Wuhan institute of virology lab about almost four million dollars and back in January yesterday we talked about how in January twenty eighteen US embassy officials went to the lab and they passed on information about scientists conducting risky research on the corona virus from bats now all of that is starting to come out you had as secretary of state Mike Pompeii was on with Martha McCallum listening he said what we do know is we know that this virus originated in Wuhan China we know there is the will high institute of virology just a handful of miles away from where the wet market was there's still lots to learn you should know that the United States government is working diligently to figure it out so the coming from the administration you're starting to see the narrative change just a little bit and also sources told fox news that China one hundred percent suppress that and change data samples were destroyed contaminated areas were scrubbed early reports are raced academic articles were stifled doctors and journalists who disappeared after they warned of the spread of the virus and is how contagious it was and then trying to move too quickly shut down travel domestically from Wuhan to the rest of China but they did not stop international flights from Wuhan or is the world health organisation would call it transparency yes are you coming coming up I do have a time line for you of when this started and what we know so far give the court a lot of this is according to fox news and their sources that they have spoken to you to put all of this together and that's coming up next is five fifteen get our bearings is five fifteen now as you said time for W. 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"The Republican National Committee set this is Bloomberg businessweek chasing Kelly from Bloomberg radio so first came the trade war and now the virus all of this going into the Chinese economy especially when it comes to manufacturers here with more on the impact as the virus spreads not just in that country but potentially globally is the editor of the economic section crossing the limp at high hi all right so we spend so much time talking about is this going to spread what's going to happen meanwhile back in this one province where it all started in China what does it look like economically well that province who may is important to China's economy it's about the GDP of that process alone is is bigger than Poland's bad that that probably is not a big exporter onto itself so what we looked at and our story is what is happening to the to China's industrial heartland which is more on the east coast and they are you know it's it's been freezing like that the disruptions are just sort of you know like radiating through the country and then internationally so I one point last week seventy percent of China's productive capacity was off line because I thirties had not allowed you know company owners to reopen now we've been seeing this week gradually some places start to say you can go back to work of course that keep is not possible for every company because a lot of them have their workers are stuck in their home counties right because they went home for the lunar new year holiday and then face quarantines and then travel bans so even if today you know local authorities said it's okay go back go back to work because I think there is now this push in China to normalize at least like you know economically it may be that you you know we talked to one company ninety percent of its workers you know are from other from other province wow and remind us of the geography here you mentioned it briefly but we're talking up the Pearl River delta right I mean this is global supply chain all up brightly like global headquarters of global supply chain in many ways pro remote dealt in a little bit wider yes these are companies that are very embedded in global supply chains which is not always the case for you know that companies are the epicenter of the outbreak so I mean there was a company we talked to in India that makes capacitors and they were saying basically that they just haven't received any supplies from China than a need for parts so they're going out to south Korean suppliers but those companies also source from China so their inventories are running down fast and so synthesize this with the trade war because that was already sort of top of mind for the Chinese economy I've seen US economy too but there had already been take me for mine to the changes made to the supply chain to some extent in a positive way in a negative way like how do we sort of put all this together well I my concern and I think the wear and economists are gonna be looking at and there's not as much clarity as it might be for big companies to small and medium size companies in China because obviously they just don't have the deep pockets of some of the national champions do as though there was a survey that came out recently of almost a thousand and and you know the owners of these firms said that they couldn't sustained three months of the kind of situation that they've been experiencing the last few weeks and about a third said they they expect to see half of their revenues wiped out this year you know you have to remember that for certain types of companies this this happened at a crucial time of the year which would be equivalent to like let's say like you know that the holiday shopping season in the US so I mean there's no way to recoup those sales are not coming back even if you want to be able to open tomorrow so I think that that's where a lot of people are sort of feeling their way what is going to be the impact on China's economy I think a lot of the thinking is if this is kind of it quickly contained there is going to be a bounce back in the second quarter and by this like second half of the year we'll see a stabilization still a lot of people are come every coming around to the idea that it's going to be very hard for China to make a six six percent growth rate just sort of are usually where the government you know had had forecast what's so I think a lot of what we're gonna be seeing this year is for people in the next few weeks and months people to be constantly revising those numbers about and so you know speaking of the government we spent a lot of time around this table over the years with you talking about the government's role you know you mentioned national champions and the idea that the government really does get behind especially some of the bigger companies and support some of the smaller companies too yeah do we anticipate that the government is going to have to step in in a more meaningful way to sort of prop up the the manufacturing industry more broadly at this moment what we're seeing is they're doing things for example is urging local governments to speed up the issuance of this special type of bonds is free for infrastructure spending so don't you know so there are things that were already in the pipeline and they're being moved up so right now we're not seeing giant new stimulus coming along just kind of stimulus those already there being advanced I'm with Christina Lynn by the editor of the economic section of the magazine Christina another story from your section it's all about inflation and monetary policy and its wide ranging impact on all of us lot of people are talking about inflation lately it's something top of mind especially here at Bloomberg why are we so concerned about it now well I think a lot of it was a great deal of attention paid to the comments that can Griffin on them the founder of citado find made at the economic club of New York last week in which he said we are totally unprepared for the return of inflation and he's basically alluding to the fact that monetary policy in the U. S. and other places is so loose that it would be hard to you know to quickly ramp up to contain you know price pressures and then some other people piped in saying you know if you know the death of inflation is grossly exaggerated like why we writing these victories you now so I think that a lot of people are thinking like you know they're not ready to write off the idea that that there is inflation in the system that at this kind of this is economic perennial thing yeah like but then though there's a whole other camp that's poo poo this is sort of like this almost like a new year's tradition one person said to start the year saying this year is going to be different this is the year we're going to see a return of inflation and certainly there are many factors that you could say would would make this year actually be the one that we should be looking at because we have in the U. S. in the UK very tight labor markets and those are have traditionally been you know kind of precursors yeah but there are a couple of other things going on and one thing is the trade war and the other one is coronavirus and those two are disruptive to supply chains which is another place where inflation from come up I mean if you're losing access to your regular suppliers and all of a sudden let's say in China and all this and you have to go to south Korean company well a lot of other companies may be knocking on that for in store that you're not points are going to go out right that's an opportunity for that coming to you know to put a price is right so with that in a tight labor market now for it feels like a a a pretty long time how has that not played through yet what people say in terms of that lack of cause and effect that maybe we've seen thus far well I think you know there is this kind of ritual now or the monthly job numbers come out in there like gangbusters yeah in a while they're not but mostly I mean certainly the most recent want surprise on the upside so there's this you know there's is like wow how well how is this not affecting prices but you know you have to remember that wage gains have come late in this more than a year you right into the nonexistent alone long time and they're not and we just you know are still not growing that dot strongly like in the in December there was actually a blip in which we saw a break in the sort of trend which they had been growing you know mark modestly right so that's one factor also you know it's like it could be that companies are choosing to swallow you know price increases from suppliers and sacrifice on margins although I haven't seen studies about how you know how widespread that is so in a world in which comparison shopping for all sorts of things is so easy people are more I mean come is our businesses are more reluctant I think to put up prices some people have alluded to this mentality that you have in Japan where like even convenience stores you know I just completely freaked out by the idea of having to mark anything up because you know people just go to like the rival down the street right so I think that mentality writ large you know how is a factor and also so we looked at market measures of inflation of anticipation and basically you know they're not we don't really see anything those in the large majority of investors feeling that that anything surprising is around the corner I mean inflation has been tracking closer to the two percent target right is the fed's target but you know Clara said recently that they are not right yeah they're not ready to say were at full employment I mean this you know was something that happened in twenty eighteen where the fed came very you know basically decided that Connie wasn't full employee yeah you know and that we were above four percent at that point unemployment and and then they started hiking rates this mistake is not going to happen again certainly not in an election year right Sir right in the when they're even more cautious about you know about moving around the exchange well and meanwhile you know anecdotally I feel like we all talk about this idea that yes while they're no good gauges that prices are going up housing prices continue to rise at least in certain you know parts of the country so it doesn't set for the average person it just doesn't quite square right it's true I mean I think from a lot of people housing prices what they feel strongly about you know if you look at prices gasoline and things you know that are in the bask in the consumer price index like they're not going out and that's editor Christina Lindblad that wraps up the first hour of the weekend edition a Bloomberg business week from Bloomberg radio I'm chasing Kelly but if you in our next hour we'll get a continued focus on the impact of the corona virus free to look at a little known coalition based in Norway it's trying to develop a vaccine and.
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"WFLA canalis news radio WFLA ninety four point five FM inspiration to define immigration policy I'm him who sell fox news the words of Congress woman Alexandria consigo court has with tax president from at a town hall yesterday the house Democrat from New York says the president's immigration policy is about ethnicity and racism when people say oh you know when you want to talk about dismantling DHS for abolishing ice are all of these things these are such radical agendas first of all I think I think that re organizing and getting rid of DHS is not as radical as George bush's implementation creation of DHS from the first the president has been heavily criticized for a rally last week where supporters chanted send her back in reference to Minnesota congresswoman Ileana Omar the president maintaining on Twitter yesterday that he did not leave the crowd on the Republican National Committee issuing a statement saying in part Alexandria Coliseo Cortez's divisive rhetoric never ends if the Democrats truly cared about addressing the crisis on the border they would fix the loopholes in our immigration laws immigration on the agenda as secretary of state Mike Pompeii prepares to meet with Mexico's foreign minister this morning the two men will also talk trade the secretary is wrapping up a four nation tour of Latin America at least six deaths are being blamed on the excessive heat hovering over most of the nation four people reportedly died in Maryland one in Arkansas and one in Arizona the extreme weather should lift by tomorrow in most areas incredible heat almost two thirds of the country it's getting a little bit better right now across parts of the northern plains there's a problem with through gets better for a lot of this by tomorrow but we have a lot of heat fox.
"republican national committee" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"First of all it's always been multi million dollars well taken two point five million from the national parks to to help pay for this how much did they pay for it when a bomb was it was kind of compare apples to apples adjust for inflation let's see if it's really that much different I highly doubt that it is very much different at all okay secondly turning and non political non partisan celebration into a taxpayer financed political rally why well because the Republican National Committee is offering major donors tickets to trump's speech in prime seating at a special VIP area in front of the memorial okay here's what the RNC said about that this is standard practice for the RNC to receive a small number of tickets to events just as the DNC did under Democrat presidents well well I still shouldn't do it right was this going on under Obama with the DNC giving out tickets to their donors you better was and where was huffpo then they didn't care this is the apocrypha the the people just are tired of okay now I will say this though I was talking to a friend about this earlier today on a podcast they said you know Greg if trump is to drain the swamp he's the guy here to drain the swamp.
"republican national committee" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The easiest laziest way for drive by media to create. What you might call. Bombshell, news, is it not bombshell, news at Donald Trump has lost the election. Damn right. It is, is it not bombshell news. The Democrats have beaten Trump now in twenty twenty because Trump trails every poll five hundred days away from the election. Damn right. It is. That's blockbuster news. So it's going to get it's going to get treated stuff as, as, as here's Kaley. Mcenaney from the she's on FOX and friends today. She the Republican National Committee and Steve Doocy. Said to her these leaked polls from the Trump came and Trump internal polling. They were accurate. You're saying, but they were from three months ago. So they weren't fake news. They were old news. Is that right? They were they were the most unfavorable turnout model. We have to predict who's going to turn out. So this is the most pro democratic turnout model you could see, so it's understandable that, that polling would look that way. But when you look at the real pulling Acura, pulling defined Democrats, the president's leading all seventeen swing states as he noted all right now, I guess, we're just gonna have to conclude that Trump and came mcenaney, you're lying. Because the news media says Trump is lost losing to everybody. I mean, it's almost overwhelmingly impossible for him to come back from these kinds of Deva, ten points here, twelve points, their, fifteen point some candidate somewhere K in is not poll. Yeah. We were behind. We ran a series of polls with different turnout models. Oh, why would somebody do that? Well. You run various polls. Various turnout models to find out what you need to do to avoid that. So if you run a poll, showing lousy Trump turn out, you got the result that you get okay? You know to avoid that. Well, rush everybody wants high turnout. Yeah. But these are done with scientific. Reasons and intentions. And in the seventeen battleground states, the real polling they're conducting now not models. But the real polling shows them leading in, in all seventeen states. But, but, but one more before the break. Harry endan over on CNN this morning. Was asked the question is a long way from the actual vote. But historically, when you see margins, like, in the new FOX poll at this point in the race are billion dick of how things and option point out, if we go back since two thousand what we generally see national polls at this point, or actually, not all that predictive, we love year and a half to go until the election, for instance, Hillary Clinton was up by nearly twenty points at this point, you take a look at where George W Bush was in two thousand he was up double digits, and of course, actually one that popular vote again we see it on screen right now. The average difference eleven points between the national polls at this particular point where the popular vote ended up so it's still very early. Not that predictive actually not all that predictive. Some of the examples, I gave you last week polling data this time in various campaigns were the eventual winner was down anywhere from seven to eleven points. It's common. There's nothing unusual about this, and it doesn't tell us a thing and just get ready because Trump is going to be trailing in polls from now through October twenty twenty just..