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McConnell wins reelection, but control of Senate at stake

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

McConnell wins reelection, but control of Senate at stake

"Republicans are fighting to keep control of the Senate in the twenty twenty race and their GOP leader has just won his state Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's won a seventh term in office Kentucky voters reelected the seventy eight year old over democratic challenger Amy McGrath McConnell's been president trump's top ally on Capitol Hill in cutting taxes and judicial appointments a number of incumbent senators have won reelection including Virginia Democrat mark Warner and West Virginia Shelley more capital the first West Virginia Republican to be reelected to the Senate in more than a century in Tennessee Republican bill Hagerty wins retiring senator Lamar Alexander's seat keeping it in GOP hands Jackie Quinn Washington

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Senate confirms Trump's Supreme Court nominee a week ahead of Election Day

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01:15 min | Last month

Senate confirms Trump's Supreme Court nominee a week ahead of Election Day

"He becomes just Barrett tomorrow I'm Lisa Lacerra Fox News One of our nation's most brilliant legal scholars and she will make outstanding justice on the highest court in our land president trump at the White House ceremony before Justice Clarence Thomas administered the oath of office to Judge Amy Coney Barrett shortly after the Senate voted to confirm her as the one hundred fifteen justice of the Supreme Court, the Senate's Republican majority overcame Democrat objections to confirm judge Amy Coney unofficially two to forty eight vote this. Is One of the most brilliant. Admired. and well qualified qualified nominees. In Our lifetime majority leader Mitch McConnell told us. Republican colleagues, they should be proud of the confirmation vote Democratic leader Chuck Schumer. Calls it a dark day in the Senate let the record show. That tonight. The, Republican Senate majority decided to thwart the will of the People Barrett's confirmation is expected to tilt the Supreme Court to the right with a six three conservative majority jared Halpern Fox News join the bench tomorrow after taking a second administered by chief justice. John

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:56 min | Last month

"republican senate majority" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Barritt tomorrow. I'm Lisa Let Sarah Fox News is one of our nation's most brilliant legal scholars. And she will make an outstanding justice on the highest court in our land. President Trump White House ceremony before Justice Clarence Thomas administered the oath of office to Judge Amy Cockney. Barrett shortly after the Senate voted to confirm her as the 115 justice of the Supreme Court. The Senate's Republican majority overcame Democrat objections to confirm Judge Amy Cockney Barrett on a 52 to 48 vote. Biff. Is one of the most brilliant Admired. And well qualified qualified nominees in our lifetime, Majority leader Mitch McConnell told US Republican colleagues. They should be proud of the confirmation vote. Democratic leader Chuck Schumer calls it a dark day in the Senate let the record show But tonight Republican Senate majority decided to thwart the will of the people. Barrett's confirmation is expected to tilt the Supreme Court to the right with a 63 Conservative majority. Jared Albert. Fox knew Barrett will join the bench tomorrow after taking a second oath administered by Chief Justice John Roberts. Earlier today, the president hopscotched all over Pennsylvania, making the case for people to give him a second term. Talking about how he worked to lower drug prices. First year 52 years where drug prices came down prescription drugs last year, But we're doing favored nations so we pay the lowest in the world. Right now we pay the eyes. And the drug companies don't like me too much. I can tell you that they're spending more on advertising that sleepy. Joe, Former vice president Biden made a stop in Chester, Pennsylvania, where he defended himself against criticism that he hasn't been holding rallies, saying he's following covert 19 protocols. America is listening to Fox News. Investors. Are.

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:46 min | Last month

"republican senate majority" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Penn shares the home state of Indiana with the nominee. Though a few members of the vice president's staff of tested positive for the Corona virus in the last few days, there's been some concerns. Raised about that, though the vice president himself tested negative is recently as this morning. All that being, said the vice president, not in the Senate Chambers once thought he might be, and instead it will be the Senate Pro TEM. Of the Senate, the president pro TEM of the Senate, say Chuck Grassley, You heard McConnell there talk a little about what his counterpart, Senator, Schumer said. In his closing argument a few moments ago. We can listen to a little bit of that before we get to the vote today. Monday, October 26 2020 Will go down as one of the darkest days. In the 231 year history of the United States Senate. Let the record show Tonight. Republican Senate majority decided to thwart the will of the people. And confirm a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court in the middle of a presidential election. After more than 60 million Americans have voted You heard that response there A John Decker with us, Our White House correspondent, John, you know, you heard McConnell there as well talking about not just this confirmation that is happening this evening. A third Supreme Court justice being confirmed nominated by President Trump, but the number of judicial appointments that Trump has been able to get confirmed throughout the federal judiciary. That is, it's an astounding number. It's remarkable in terms of what the president has been able to do, thanks in large part to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, hey has paved the way for filling the federal Judiciary with Republican conservative judges that even if President Trump was not the president, let's just say, for instance, a different Republican. Had won the nomination and then been elected president like a Marco Rubio or a Ted Cruz. You're still looking at the same type of conservative judges that would have been chosen by them. For the federal bench. But President Trump has followed through with this pledge to name conservatives to the federal judiciary. And these are judges that have lifetime appointment. So this is a legacy item for the president, even if he doesn't win a second term. In the White House. He will have these judges that will far out last for generations. His presidency. A very good point that you made a couple of times. We've talked John, but hard to underestimate the impact that these judicial picks will have Ah, for President Trump for the Republican A party for decades do want to mention that the vice presidential nominee, California Senator Kamala Harris, has arrived at the US Capitol were told two votes on the barren confirmation, she told Reporters as she walked in, and she's here to do her job. She loves the United States Senate and my colleagues. It's good to be here. Harris, of course, is missed the procedural votes leading up to his confirmation vote as she continues to You know, travel the country running for office. But we will have John it would appear all 100 senators in attendance for this vote, A outcome to think is probably not in doubt. A CZ. Every Republicans say for Susan Collins of Maine, has indicated they will be a yes vote on Amy Cockney Barrett..

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McConnell warns White House against COVID relief deal

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:18 sec | Last month

McConnell warns White House against COVID relief deal

"Know number three Negotiations on another Corona virus relief bill moved ahead today, at least between Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin. But Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told fellow GOP colleagues he warned the White House not to divide Republicans by forcing a vote on a $2 trillion deal before

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:55 min | 2 months ago

"republican senate majority" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Among the five women front runners include current federal judges. Amy Comey Bear. It's Barbara logo up in 38 year old Alison Jones, rushing all have been confirmed to the federal appeals court bench. But whoever it is, despite previous confirmation, they're in for a brutal fight in the Senate. Already some of the same individuals who tried every Conceivable. Dirty trick to obstruct justice Gorsuch on Justice Cavanaugh. They're lining up a lot up to proclaim the third time will be the charm by every modicum of decency and honor leader McConnell and the Republican Senate majority have no right. To fill it Now. The big question is, Does McConnell have the votes? He says he does. But only two Democrats need two additional GOP senators Beyond Cons. Markovsky to defect there, Cory Gardner, who is in question now, says I have them will continue to support judicial nominees who will protect our constitution now legislate from the bench and uphold the law. She qualified nominee who meets his criteria be put forward. I will vote to confirm and Chuck Grassley signaling his support, saying once the hearings are underway, it's my responsibility to evaluate the nominee on the merits, Justus I always Have. Meanwhile, Joe Biden continues to blast President Trump over his decision to move forward while refusing to release the list of his own potential candidates as his running mate. Wait in during an INSTAGRAM interview, Whoever's elected to be making a decision about who sits on the United States Supreme Court period. That's how it should be. Now. Today, it's all eyes on center. Mitt Romney is very much in question. Jude He has their traditional Tuesday lunches, so we'll see if we learn more. Later on today, and there's been a lot of scrutiny on Lindsey Graham, who, of course, is the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee. And back in 2016, he said. Quote..

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:10 min | 2 months ago

"republican senate majority" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"And Democrats have begun squaring off on the president's soon to be announced. Supreme Court nominee With the GOP, insisting it can be done by at least inauguration day more from CBS's Steve Dorsey in Washington, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell stop short of laying out a timeline for a confirmation of President Trump Supreme Court nominee but made this promise We're going to vote on this nomination. On this floor. Democratic leader Chuck Schumer called it a power grab that ignores Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dying wish by every modicum of decency and honor. Leader McConnell and the Republican Senate majority have no right to fill it. No right. Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS Washington, The Wisconsin attorney general has announced the investigation into the police shooting of Jacob Blake last month has entered its final stage and a consultant has been hired to help determine whether the officers should be criminally charged. The consultant is Noble Ray, the former police chief in the state capital of Madison. I bring three things one not to prejudge To to provide insight as an officer as a supervisor as a police manager and as a subject matter expert has dealt with his these issues nationwide. Following his retirement is Madison's chief in 2013. Ray has become a leader in police reform, fighting racism and educating about implicit violence. The national effort to get Congress behind a music venue bailout now has a soundtrack and video shot in Chicago wanting an area good words to describe the video. With the soundtrack from the Chicago Metal Band Varada, You see empty music venues. Dark stage is empty seats, closed signs. The band's guitarist and vocalist Fabio Brienza, directed and produced the video more than 1600 clubs or behind the national effort. Save our stages, most fearing they will never reopen with out help, Brienza told Block clubs Chicago. He wants to get an emotional response and reaction from people, he said. They need to miss the community for them to understand and to get involved. My Krauser NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM, a.

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"republican senate majority" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The stage is being set for October showdown on the sobriety. Fox News President Trump says he'll have a nominee, possibly late this week for the Supreme Court seat left vacant by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the top Republican in Congress is ready to move forward. Fox's Jared Halpern is live on Capitol Hill, the Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, and sisters plenty of time to confirm a Supreme Court nominee before the election or the end of the year history. And president. Make that perfectly clear. There are 43 days until election day, McConnell says. The confirmations of Justices John Paul Stevens and Sandra Day O'Connor took 1933 days respectively. Top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer says so close to an election voter should decide who makes the high court's nomination by every modicum of decency and honor. Leader McConnell and the Republican Senate majority have no right to Phillip. Four Republicans would need to join Democrats to block a confirmation vote. Lisa thanks chair. It will. Earlier today, House Democrats proposing a short term spending bill that would keep the government running through December 11th and avoid a shutdown next week. That wasn't enough to rally Wall Street out of a selloff driven in part by Corona virus. Anxiety is cases surge in Britain. The Dow down 510 points at the close, though it had been down over 900 during the session. Being time the presidential campaign rolls on. Joe Biden, speaking moments ago in Wisconsin, is the president heads to Ohio. The CD sees that latest move could cause some confusion. On Friday, they said, the main way that this virus spreads is by aerosols those air tiny droplets that can linger in the air for hours today. Remove that posting, saying it was a draft posted an error. Fox's Steve Hair again Other medical experts have been suggesting 6 Ft of Social Distance may not be enough. The U. S is nearing 200,000 deaths.

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:57 min | 2 months ago

"republican senate majority" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"High Canada this morning in the Washington Post. My right. Voters who do not want to be ruled by unelected judges want President Trump to nominate and the Republican Senate to confirm the next Supreme Court justice. If Democrats deploy outrageous delaying tactics, such as conducting a sham impeachment, speaker Nancy Pelosi replied simply, We have our options when asked about that possibility by ABC, George Stephanopoulos on Sunday, a sham impeachment The Republican Senate majority should simply dispense with hearings and hold about History favors President's failing such lots when their party controls the Senate. The Democrats are upset. Trump gets to make another appointment with the court doesn't change history or amend the Constitution. Charge that Trump Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senator Lindsey Graham was chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee are acting with extreme ruthlessness and hypocrisy, given their decision not to consider a Democrat president's nominee in advance of the 2016 election. Is particularly amusing. Democrats know how to use power when they have it, too. Then majority leader Harry Raids simply change the Senate rules in 2013 when he wanted to jam President Barack Obama's nominees onto the DC circuit. Cries of fear over a rapidly spreading fire. Don't count for much when it's the arson it doing the screaming. On Saturday on MSNBC's politics nations former attorney general Eric Holder called on Democrats to add seats of the Supreme Court. Which has been fixed at nine since 18 69 if this one seat is filled by Trump in the Senate, GOP Court packing. That's what it's known, as would be a fundamental assault on the stability of the Republic, the sort of radical proposal that should make independent moderate voters step back shake their heads at what Trump Derangement syndrome has done to the Democratic Party. It is not the only radical proposal being pursued by many Democrats. The green New deal is an unhinged mess of slogans creating states from the District of Columbia in Puerto Rico to add senators would be extreme steps on their own, as is the push for a national popular vote Interstate compact to overturn the electoral college. Of course, Democrats would have to end the Senate's legislative filibuster to do these things, but that's on the radical agenda, too. None of these compare with packing. The Supreme Court, however, which has only been proposed by a president once thanked on Roosevelt in 1937, and his own party recoiled from it. No person is safe from the law when the law becomes elastic as a packed court. Raise the number of justices to say 15 by adding six liberals. When the GOP returns of power would add another gaggle, and eventually, the court would reach into the dozens. A seesaw rocking of the country's politics will only grow more violent yet Beltway Democrats are so hungry for power they're rushing to embrace this poison pill for the republic. So the re Alexe tree mists have d behind their names, and many of them held all these views before Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died. The attempt to apply the label of hypocrite and hide. The fact that Democrats are pushing an extremist agenda is abetted by blue Check Twitter addicts and mainstream media. Those suffering from TGS have rallied to their latest anti conservative cause of denying Trump his third justice. Nothing else matters, not stability, not the Constitution, not the rule of law, just beating Trump. The name's most often heard on Trump Short list. Our five Amy Cockney Barrett. Alison need Barbara logo it Joan Larsen and Alison Jones rushing All are superbly qualified politically. Larson does the most for Trump. Offering momentum in her home state of Michigan and not just for Trump but also for the Senate campaign of John James, the African American West Pointer and former officer Army officer who is battling incumbent Democrat Gary Peters. Larsen may also help a bit in Iowa, where she was born. Many favor. Lagoa as she would be the first Cuban American on the court is a daughter of exiles fleeing communism. Get out rally Florida to Trump column Like Larson, she would win any televised battle with the Judiciary Committee's left wing. But the point is all five are qualified. The Constitution gives the president the power to nominate. The Republicans have the Senate majority and the history favors that majority parties use of that power. The good news is that McConnell and Graham know perfectly well that Twitter, which is outraged, isn't the country. Expect fireworks, I conclude but also expect a confirmation. Please go over to the Washington post dot com and send my column everywhere. Please also go to Twitter. Follow me at hughhewitt H U G H T h E W i T T and send this column on Twitter into the blue bubble that Twitter mostly exists.

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Senate GOP to hold a vote on "skinny" COVID-19 relief package

1A

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Senate GOP to hold a vote on "skinny" COVID-19 relief package

"Republican Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will vote on a Republican proposal for Corona virus relief Thursday as NPR's Jen Newman reports it will be the first formal Senate vote on the Corona virus leak package since March. The GOP package would provide $105 billion to help schools reopen and a scaled back $300 per week. Supplemental jobless benefit. There's also $31 billion earmarked for a corona virus vaccine and 16 billion for testing. Democrats have called the proposal inadequate and are calling for more

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Trump faces rebuke from government for floating election delay

World News This Week

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Trump faces rebuke from government for floating election delay

"Trump's statement about delaying an American election was shot down immediately by Democrats and Republicans Senate majority. Leader Mitch McConnell in an interview in Kentucky whenever in the history of the country through wars depressions and the civil war have we ever not had federally a schedule election on time but Joe Biden has been warning for weeks, trump might try to use the pandemic to delay or de legitimize the election. It's my greatest concern. My single greatest concern. This. Presence GonNa try to steal the selection. This is a guy who said that all male imbalance are fraudulent. Voting by mail while he sits behind the desk in Oval Office, in writes his male imbalance vote in the primary the date of the presidential general election is set by Congress

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Here's what we know about Trump suggesting the idea of delaying the November election

Morning Edition

03:56 min | 4 months ago

Here's what we know about Trump suggesting the idea of delaying the November election

"Do. But the mere suggestion by President Trump about changing the election date is causing extreme concern. He tweeted quote, delay the election until people can properly securely and safely vote, followed by three question marks. Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell dismissed the idea in an interview with W N k y 40 never in the history of the country through wars, depressions. And the Civil war, and we ever not had a federally scheduled election on time, and we'll find a way to do that again this November 3rd, we're going to talk about Republican reaction to the president's suggestion with Sarah Longwell, She's the executive director of Republicans for the rule of law. Morning, Sarah. Thanks for being back in the show. Thank you for having me. I'm going to read the president's entire tweet and then ask you about it, he says, quote with Universal mail in voting parentheses, not absentee voting, which is good. 2020 will be the most inaccurate and fraudulent election in history on then he goes on to suggest that delay that we talked about you have said everything in his tweet is a lie. Walk us through that. Well, first of all, like you, said Trump cannot change the date of the election. The date of the election is constitutionally mandated and ultimately under the purview of Congress. But the you know the bigger issue is is honestly the vote by mail on the fraud. I mean, I really think there's two things going on here in terms of why, Trump said this tweet. The first is that the president is trying to change the subject away from Yesterday's historically bad GDP numbers, which came out, you know, just shortly, and coincidentally before his tweet on, there are plenty of other stories that he wants to distract from the moment whether it's the Russian bounties or his bad polling, etcetera, the president always had kind of Ah, low cunning. When it comes to understanding how to control narratives, So this looks like a classic case of calculated misdirection. But the bigger goal I think is about generally sowing distrust in the outcome of the election and laying the potential groundwork toe either dispute the results or claim it was rigged. So that he could be perpetually aggrieved. If he loses. We saw the president do this in 2016 on do you know he really only has a few plays in his playbook, and he tends to run them over and over again. But I think that it's you know, everybody sort of reacted to the idea that Hay was talking about delaying the election. But I think what's most concerning is just this general tryingto undermine confidence in the upcoming election because that is that's scary at a time when the election is going to look different to people because we're in the midst of a pandemic because there'd be so many mail in ballots. Well, let me ask you about Republican response. When we played that McConnell clip. We also heard Republican Senator John Cornyn of Texas say, Hey, this is just the president troll in the press. But yesterday, the co founder of the Federalist Society, Steven Calabresi, wrote this op ed in The New York Times, saying that this is grounds for immediate impeachment and Calabresi as someone who has supported Trump a lot in the past. Yeah, you know, While there were no profiles in courage from the Senate Republicans who should have issued clear, thorough repudiation Sze of his comment. The one real bright spot was that the founder of the Federalist Society came out and just in no uncertain terms condemned this called it Fascist, said that the president It would be warranted for him to be impeached again. That is strong language, and I think that sends a really strong message to the conservative legal community that nobody should be defending this kind of behavior and that the highest levels of sort of conservative Legal ethics would not agree with anybody defending this.

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Trump threatens to delay election

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:54 min | 4 months ago

Trump threatens to delay election

"Unprecedented unprecedented step step Thursday Thursday toward toward calling calling the the November November election election into into question question suggesting suggesting in in a a tweet tweet that that the the election election shouldn't shouldn't happen. happen. In November should be delayed to some future date. It's a move never seen in America before, but a tool dictators and other countries have often relied on to hold onto their power. Last night, the president repeated his warning the mail in ballots will, in his words, rig the presidential election. More from correspondent and he feels the president pointed toe isolated mail in ballot problems and claiming all mail in voting is rigged. Despite the fact he and his family and much of the staff had voted absentee by mail for years. We all agree That absentee voting. It's good mail in ballots will lead to the greatest fraud but mail in ballots. States say the voting is no different from absentee and only registered voters can cast that ballot. Presidents don't suppose upon the election would be unconstitutional as Congress sets the election's not the president and leaders from both parties made it clear they have no intention to delay the vote. And Mr Trump Suggestion more from correspondent Terry Moran. Trump's statement about delaying an American election was shot down immediately by Democrats and Republicans. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in an interview in Kentucky. Never in the history of the country through wars, depressions and the civil war and we ever not had a federally scheduled election on time. But Joe Biden has been warning for weeks, Trump might try to use the pandemic to delay or delegitimize the election. Mayor de Blasio called the president's move. An act of a timer. I think a lot of people even some people had supported President Trump. I gotta look at that and say no. That is that is abnegation responsibly. But more importantly, that's an assault on our democracy and cannot stand when the president may not be successful in delaying the election, his actions were seen as a way to further delegitimize the results. In the eyes of his supporters, which should he lose could further inflame the walls of political division.

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Data: Congress created virus aid, then reaped the benefits

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Data: Congress created virus aid, then reaped the benefits

"Highlighting how Washington insiders were both author and beneficiary of one of the biggest federally programs in U. S. history newly released government data shows several lawmakers have ties to companies that got forgivable coronavirus loans among businesses receiving money from the six hundred and fifty nine billion dollar paycheck protection program was a California hotel partially owned by the husband of democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi as well as a shipping business started by transportation secretary Elaine Chao's family she's married to Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell money also flowed to a farming business owned by the family of Republican representative Vicky Hartzler and a casino company led by the husband of democratic representative Susie Lee there's no evidence any of them receive special treatment I'm Julie Walker

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McGrath wins primary to set up showdown with McConnell

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

McGrath wins primary to set up showdown with McConnell

"Democrats in Kentucky or finding out who'll be challenging Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in November in a narrow victory former marine pilot Amy McGrath fended off progressive Charles Booker to win Kentucky's democratic U. S. Senate primary setting her up for a big spending showdown to take on Mitch McConnell in November the grass was considered the establishment candidate and the outcome seemed a certainty but Booker's profile surged as the black state lawmaker highlighted protests against the deaths of African Americans in encounters with police voting ended June twenty third but with tight margins and a dilution of mail in ballots it took a week until the grass could be declared the winner senator Mitch McConnell accuses McGrath of being too liberal for Kentucky meanwhile McGrath accuses the GOP Senate of lacking the guts to put a check on quote out of control presidential power I'm Jennifer king

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Minnesota's special session could end with no work

The Lake Show with Henry Lake

01:22 min | 5 months ago

Minnesota's special session could end with no work

"Story it remains to be seen if the Minnesota Senate will end it's part of the special session tonight as promised by Republican Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka this is governor walls and Democrats want to keep the session going for a few more days to tackle police police and justice reform house speaker Melissa Hortman says it's too easy to walk away Republicans really want to do something on police reform accountability Democrats really want to do something on police reform accountability we have to go to a table and we have to negotiate and negotiate shins Intel give and take Senate Republicans this hour laying out bear public safety proposals which include banning chill cold expanding background checks and funding for enhanced training for crisis intervention cultural diversity and mental illness they said they will not support restoring voting rights to felons who served their time or anything resembling defunding police Democrats winning in minutes later this hour we're saying the policy caucus was not consulted in those negotiations senator Jeff Haden said a minor changes can't fix major problems walls briefly meeting with reporters at around six thirty tonight sounding upbeat about getting a good chunk of things done tonight this is a sticking point remains police accountability policy but discussions have been going on all day in good faith he said it's likely to be a long

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Wolf, Pa. Senate GOP in standoff over business waiver documents

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 sec | 7 months ago

Wolf, Pa. Senate GOP in standoff over business waiver documents

"Governor wolf and state Senate Republicans are now in a standoff over documents related to pandemic business closures and waivers granted by the administration those documents had been subpoenaed by the Senate K. Y. W. Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo has the latest the state Senate set a deadline of four PM Friday for the information demanded and subpoenas the administration has released information on the department of community and economic development website listing businesses granted exemptions with a county by county breakdown but Jenn Kocher spokeswoman for the Republican Senate Majority Leader says the information provided was only one of fourteen areas that we have requested as part of our review of the process in a letter to the Senate in which he cites executive privilege governor wolf says businesses that requested waivers included confidential information and that his administration cannot waive that privacy he says the administration will work those businesses and will recommend they contact the Senate Coker says the Senate GOP will consider seeking a

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Pelosi to transmit Trump's impeachment to the Senate

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:12 sec | 11 months ago

Pelosi to transmit Trump's impeachment to the Senate

"To a close your lunch with fellow Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told them to expect an impeachment trial to start next week speaker Nancy Pelosi says articles of impeachment will be sent to the Senate

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Mitch McConnell says Trump’s Syria withdrawal is a ‘grave’ mistake

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Mitch McConnell says Trump’s Syria withdrawal is a ‘grave’ mistake

"Kentucky Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is calling president trump's decision to pull troops out of Syria a grave strategic mistake colonel Rotem op ed for The Washington Post says withdrawing US troops from Syria will leave the American people and homeland of less safe embolden the our enemies and we can important alliances he also notes the U. S. drawback in Turkey's attacks against the Kurdistan Kurdish militia northern Syria the end of a strategic nightmare for the US and has set back the US campaign against the Islamic state and other

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"republican senate majority" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Pressure on Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to act on gun legislation ahead of congress' returned to DC early next month at a benefit concert held last night in Dayton mayor nand Whaley calling on Congress to tighten gun laws in this community together to grave and demand comedian Dave Chapelle who grew up in the Buckeye state lives just outside of Dayton yellow springs organizing the event on his birthday to help the victims and survivors in the Miami valley staying north of the tri state the friend accused of helping bad mass shooter carry out as planned in the gem city will remain in jail more from seven hundred Kyle core now a federal magistrate judge has ruled that even collie friend today miss shooter Connor bets will remain in prison and has lost his second attempt at getting out probably a previously tried to be released on house arrest he's accused of buying the body armor and ammunition for bats who killed nine injured twenty seven in the August fourth attack callers attorneys are appealing saying he had no role in the shooting and didn't know what that's was planning a high school football game in Kentucky interrupted briefly late last week and some frightened folks laying down in the bleachers one some fans believe someone had a gun at that particular game Fayette County public schools officials saying they found no evidence that the gun was present at the Friday night football game between Frederick Douglass and Brian station high schools in Lexington a new movie topping the weekend box office.

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"republican senate majority" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Four stars safety education, civility and integrity. We can once again become a city families went to not run away from white for mccamley trail vowed to take on the Chicago machine. Also inherits, a new city council for what she said it won't be business as usual. In chicago. Jeff monosso, Fox News. Eighteen minutes after six o'clock lawyer for former Trump White House counsel Don Mcgann said yesterday that Mcgann will defy subpoenaed to appear before the House Judiciary committee today after being directed by President Trump. Not to do it. The latest stonewalling by the White House requests, and subpoenas, by the house for witnesses and documents democratic judiciary committee chair Representative Jerrold Nadler, said that he would vote to hold Mcgann in contempt and take the matter to court president can't prevent Mcgann from appearing before congress if he wants to do it since you no longer works in the White House. However, the Justice department issued a legal opinion yesterday contending that he can't legally be forced to appear before lawmakers either basing that claim on the separation of powers House Democrats want Mcgann to testify because he was a key figure in special counsel, Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. Having told Muller's investigators about waste Trump tried to block the pro but the White House counsel Mcgann will not appear before. Congress. So we'll see what actions are taken towards him Republican. Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell introduced a Bill yesterday. Then he's co sponsoring with democratic Senator Tim Kaine to raise the legal age for buying tobacco and e cigarettes, nationally from eighteen to twenty one not leaving it up to the states. The senators side of the concerns about a surgeon vaping among teens, as being the driving innovation behind this measure with McConnell, saying on the Senate floor yesterday youth vaping is a public health crisis. Major cigarette and vaping companies like Altria, British American Tobacco and jewel support raising the legal age twenty one which has already been done by a fourteen states. So that's pretty interesting to see the major cigarette and vaping companies getting behind it, and saying, yeah, raise it to h twenty one so make their profits. I guess officials in Alabama have identified the officer shot and killed after responding to a domestic disturbance situation over the weekend. Auburn police chief, Paul register said William beak ner was thirteen year veteran. The of the department unleash behind a wife son in a stepdaughter officers Webster, drunk, and Evan Elliott also injured, but they're expected to make a full recovery. Strunk remains in the hospital. Elliott's been released by the way, meantime, twenty nine year old Grady, Wayne, Wilkes, has been taken into custody and is being held without bond charged with capital murder attempted murder, and domestic violence officials are absolutely going for the death penalty here too. They said, you shoot a police officer, we're going to pursue the death penalty says Lee county district attorney Brandon Hughes. Absolutely. He said, twenty minutes after sex, NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM back to the highways. We go check in with John hamlet once again. And this report from truecar speed limit ride from Fall River and providence, ninety five less this morning and aside for a little sun. Glare, ninety five north moves well out of where we can Cranston do have some traveling Attleboro north Attleborough, with an accident clearing, ninety five.

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

The Dworkin Report

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"republican senate majority" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

"You're listening to the worker report. I'm Scott got to work at Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has transformed from the politician used to brag about brokering the end government shutdowns driven by his party's tea party elements into almost robotic supporter order Donald Trump's government shutdown choice over fake national emergency recently he helped drop sanctions on one of Putin's top deputies in the twenty sixteen Russian election attack to make matters matters worse. Donald Trump has some pretty obvious kompromat over leader McConnell by virtue of his wife's position in his cabinet. Mitch McConnell's political.

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McConnell will bring DREAMers-for-wall proposal up for a vote

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

McConnell will bring DREAMers-for-wall proposal up for a vote

"Senator says President Trump doing his best to work with Democrats USA radio's Timberg with the story. Republican Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is expected to bring President Trump's border while proposal to a vote this week as the partial government shutdown continues Republican Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma tells ABC's this week the president is doing what he can to compromise. I think the presents put a reasonable compromise on the table. Everyone knew we're going to go through this process. We're gonna end up compromising on multiple different areas to be able to resolve it, but the core elements are there, we all strongly believe about that is how do you secure the actual border as a dreamers? These DACA kids, we know this element this group of folks, they have all gone through background checks. They're currently they're involved in our system right now, they're in our schools that are workplaces. This is a group of students and young adults that we all know as a nation that live down the street from us go to church with us for this group of individuals. I just don't see an issue with that. And I don't see that being amnesty. This has been a long term issue for us as a nation. I think can be resolved. This is

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"republican senate majority" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Taylor to avoid government shutdown the Senate and the house must come together on a spending Bill today. But democratic senators say no way will they approve a five billion dollar payment for wall at the border. Here's CBS's Steven Portnoy GOP back spending, build it. Also funds the border wall passed the house last night. But Democrats are expected to block it today in the Senate now, President Trump is urging Senate leader Mitch McConnell to use. What's called the nuclear option to allow for the Republican Senate majority to send him the Bill with just fifty one votes instead of sixty spokeswoman Sarah Sanders, I know that's something. He's pushed Senator McConnell on in the past. I think he'd like to see that happen. If necessary today and the president wants border security, and he's not going to back down on this five. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House spending Bill today would be a partial government shutdown at midnight tonight. It's no coincidence. Defense Secretary James Mattis is resigning the same week, the president announces troop pull-out CBS's, Cami McCormick. At the Pentagon Mattis has long argued for a continuing presence in Syria to prevent a resurgence of ISIS and the NF ghanistan where ISIS has been gaining a foothold. Trump is pulling American forces out of Syria and has ordered the Pentagon to begin a major draw down in Afghanistan as many as half of the US forces there. Just recently a top military commanders said if US forces were withdrawn now, the Afghans would not be able to defend their country. Stormy weather impacting travel today, especially in the northeast CBS news, weather, producer, David Parkinson problem. If you're flying out today is the wind particularly the New York area airports on up into Boston Logan airport. You're going to be seeing wind gusts there anywhere in the forty or fifty mile an hour range, the wind direction out of the southeast is not very good for some of the runways the way that they're set up because it's a crosswind not a win right down the runway. So you can expect all day long to be seeing multi our travel delays wind. Caused power outages in the northwest. If you work for jewel, you might be a millionaire live CBS's Peter King. Would you.

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"republican senate majority" Discussed on KOMO

"The same thing is true here in washington uh they're the discussion of several bill uh right now the senate is trying to bring forward a bill that going to fix them at a hole in the background tax system it doesn't actually make the background check system uh any more stringent but isn't it does provide some consequences if if the mandatory reporting guidelines aren't followed doubts however being held up even though it was sponsored by the republican senate majority whip john cornyn um it's being held up by another republican senator mike lee of utah he says he's concerned about getting the government more authority did declare people mentally incompetent and uh and he says he's concerned about people's second amendment rights uh but but coroner's office says he's getting it completely wrong and in fact this this piece of legislation as and even been opposed by the nra they're more supportive of it uh and on the democratic side we've heard from some folks who think that that's a place to start but uh but certainly they feel like much more needs to be done requested certainly is where the president stands no the minimum age requirement because it was very clear going into the weekend after his lunch with the nra maybe not so clear we heard anything new from the white house lana well they still say that he is looking at it it's one of the things that he's interested and and talking about but his tone certainly does seem to have changed on that wreck you're absolutely right i initially coming out very strong uh in support of raising that minimum age for the purchase of semiautomatic weapons to twenty one now the president and the white house seems to be backtracking from that a little bit we know that the nra as opposed to that changing requirements um but uh but it's still something that the white house that lee says that they are discussing that's abc's lana zak income us rick van cise komo news time five take a look at your propel insurance money uptake from abc news wall street now the white house says talks will continue on a dispute over the future of the renewable fuel standard it's pitted lawmakers from cornproducing states against those representing refineries no the alcohol isn't playing tricks on your eyes johnny walker has been replaced on some models by gene walker distiller agios says a limited edition bottles or a.

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"republican senate majority" Discussed on KOMO

"Uh any more stringent but it it does provide some consequences if if the mandatory reporting guidelines aren't followed doubt however being held up even though it was sponsored by republican senate majority whip john cornyn um it's being held up by another republican senator mike lee of utah he says he's concerned about giving the government more authority to declare people mentally incompetent and uh and he says he's concerned about people's second amendment rights uh but but coroner's office says he's getting it completely wrong and in fact this this piece of legislation as and even been opposed by the nra they're more supportive of it uh and on the democratic side we've heard from some folks who think that that's a place to start but uh but certainly they feel like much more needs to be done the other big question certainly is where the president stands no the minimum age requirement because it was very clear going into the weekend now after his lunch with the nra maybe not so clear we heard anything new from the white house lower well they still say that he is looking at it it's one of the things that he's interested in and talking about but his tone certainly does seem to have changed on that wrecker absolutely right i initially coming out very strong uh in support of raising that minimum age for the purchase of semiautomatic weapons to twenty one now the president and the white house uh seems to be backtracking from that a little bit we know that the nra as opposed to that changing requirements um but uh but it's still something that the white house at least says that they are discussing lana zak with gomo's rick van cise komo news time coming up on here's our propel insurance money update text it do you have hired help irs spokesman anthony burke says make sure.

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"republican senate majority" Discussed on KOMO

"The 4's the home of the huskies to this this komen senate will be back in session today at one of the house at two pm as lawmakers tried to get closer to a deal to end the government shutdown democrats continue to insist that protections for young undocumented immigrants known as dreamers be included in any new bill senate republicans need sixty votes to pass a shortterm budget bill under current rules but the president has been tweeting this morning that republicans should new use the nuclear option and change voting rules in the senate president trump is suggesting a major change to the democratic process tweeting quote if stalemate continues republicans should go to fifty one percent nuclear option and vote unreal longterm budget no crs the socalled nuclear option would forever change congressional rules to allow a simple majority to pass legislation it would essentially eliminate the need for any bipartisan agreement in the past republican senate majority leader mitch mcconnell has expressed his vehement opposition wanna zak abc news capitol hill i'm linda lopez abc news stay connected stay informed this is komo news komo news time is six thirty one we'll have more of the government shutdown coming up in just a few moments but first a 55yearold man is in hospital with serious injuries after a hit and run in marysville gobbles gade cohen reports the state patrol is says they're seeing a spike in these kinds of crimes here's where what pedestrian was searching keith leery walks the i5 onramp in marysville were a 55yearold was struck by a pickup he has series injuries the driver never stopped or you turned in a civil infraction and to return to you could go to prison for this is just part of an alarming trend state patrol is seeing in snow khomich county kitten runs are on the rise it was made me want a day or one every few days her whatever our clock in sunday's we have five six of them reported more in each incident can create an awful ripple had hard to put into words h actually wedding means at just point just trying to learn how to live life without him kim williams lost her husband scott last summer after thirty one years of marriage he was killed in a hit and run just angry.

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"republican senate majority" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm lorry london republican lawmakers have reached a tentative agreement on a sweeping tax overhaul they're aiming for a vote on the final bill early next week to meet president trump's deadline of passing a tax bill before christmas meanwhile the stunning win in alabama by democrat doug jones cuts the republican senate majority to just one seat and as npr scott detrow reports democrats now want the gop to hold off on that final vote until after jones's seeded all year republicans have worked hard to keep their narrow senate majority in line on tough votes we jones a seated the gop will only be able to lose one vote and still passed measures so minority leader chuck schumer is now calling on republicans to hit pause on their tax overhaul he won an election would be wrong for senate republicans to jam through this tax bill without give the newly elected senator from alabama the opportunity to cast his vote republican leaders of showing no sign they're interested in waiting their goal is to get a tax bill on president trump's desk by next week and joe's likely won't be sworn in until january scott at fro npr news former reality tv star is leaving her post at the white house npr scott horsely reports ahmir awesome mana gault is expected to step down january 20th the first anniversary of president trump's inauguration medical was what a president trump's more prominent african american supporters she starred in the first season of the apprentice and later reappeared in celebrity apprentice she was fiercely loyal to trump as illustrated in this frontline interview that aired last fall every critic every two tractor we'll have to downtown to president trump and it's everyone who's ever doubted donald whoever disagreed whoever challenged hand it.

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"republican senate majority" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"In the that wasn't in place but with what he put in place and again there was still some help coming from the outside in terms of no um technical support money in particularly a whole lot of money and some advice in from from the national dams and the senate to'real yep we're speaking with debra barfield berries usa today reporter she's in montgomery alabama talking about democrat doug jones victory over republican roy more in that special alabama senator his you know i was i was reading a story in usa today i i did not realize arrived forgotten when we talk about the democratic structure in alabama democrats but not even field a candidate for when jeff sessions ran for reelection three years ago now and in fact now with more about that i've had pretty if they won't say even they hadn't at many favorite competitors in awhile which is why this is expected to be in guaranteed to be another brick feet it was everybody if it a few months ago you wouldn't know cast at all that defeat we had a possibility of turning a here we are uh help gun challenge pulling out any sense on what this means uh going forward politically the it'll with the ripple effect say in washington now we know the republican senate majority has shrunk yeah a wicked going to be a major issue coming up made it they have to put most part senator sent the senate the senate and the house and struggled to keep things and check or at least for the republican leaders in and now that they lost on a seat um they have a whole lot this i'd risk whether it'd be no taxes the weather would be healthcare went the other key issues going to make it harder for them to get to the gender their debra jibril bore fueled barry reporter today all night in montgomery alabama thirteen minutes now after the hour on this morning america's first news it's.

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"republican senate majority" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The vote is this clothes that it's not over the campaign divided the republican party and appears to have given democrats and other jolt of momentum ahead of next year's midterms the result was a defeat for president trump would endorse mr more a former judge the pending arrival on capitol hill by senator elect jones will trim the republican senate majority from fifty two to forty eight to fifty one to forty nine get some analysis now lisa hagan campaigned reporter at the hill lisa what are we have you'd victory for democrat feat that a lot of people that they had no business playing and eat bread gay a democrat hasn't won their darren 25 years in terms of the senate seat so huge upset victory for the democrat and aboard republicans who a lot of them had started to come around the world little bit as he was inching back in the poll and this definitely make things more complicated for them in terms of patenting he items but their legislative agenda especially tax reform from a political standpoint suit makes mr trump for two in in this particular race right he wanted delusive strange initially then he connery luck lead threw his support behind mr more in the in the closing days what it what does that mean maybe for his i don't know for his pole or his political muscle who act he'd be wrong in the second quarter he went to that very strange although into windingup remarks though he got what what could got the panel round so he kind of have to reckon with that and what he did in virginia when he back republican glaspie he went immediately and blamed glaspie for his lukewarm supporter of him so uh obviously not the case of wei marqui was very dawn defender of uh the president but you can see trump trying to shift the blame onto other people and i he might not even blame ring working they blame the washington post and other you know pieces in the media who have reported about sexual misconduct allegations against himself what what kind of fantasy where he took the blame but uh this is another added feet for the president who waited into another natural athletes given that uh alabama's is deeply republican.

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"republican senate majority" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"republican senate majority" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The wtmj breaking news center of fathers men charged in the deadly shooting of his threeyearold son in racine wtmj is colleen bowland is live in the breaking news center john police were called to the apartment in racine last week where jeremiah pit was found dead of a gunshot wound to the chest a criminal complaint says his thirty yearold father jeffrey pitch junior faces charges including first degree reckless homicide in connection with a shooting hit told police he passed out after drinking and discovered his son dead the next morning that comply ain't says police found a gun hidden under pits dresser hit freight faces a preliminary hearing july 27 we're learning the identity of the teenager who drowned just before six p m tuesday near out what are beach 14yearold survey ahmed died after jumping off a breakwater while swimming with friends state assembly speaker robin voss says budget negotiations among republicans governor walker are ongoing but no deals been reach lost met with walker and republican senate majority leader fought scott fitzgerald today the meeting coming after senate leaders unveiled their own budget proposal on tuesday the budget is nineteen days late thous budget committee taking up a republican budget resolution today the republicans agenda on capitol hill could depend on them passing this budget republicans could use a win and they have their eyes set on tax reform it'll be a lot easier for them to pathogenic like that if they only needed fifty boats in the senate instead of sixty and after the budget comes in the budget resolution itself is nonbinding budget they're often seen as just symbolic but republican leaders want to you from special senate rules a process called reconciliation to move their tax bill through with your vote only fifty and they can do that if the tax bill is tied directly to the budget mary alice parks abc news capitol hill coming up a big donation from the.

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