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How outcome of Georgia Senate runoffs could affect Biden's agenda
"Begin in Georgia, where results from the Senate runoff elections are continuing to come in. Democrats are set to claim another seat with Raphael Warnock projected to defeat Republican Kelly Leffler. Warnock addressed his supporters overnight. We prove that with hope Hard work and the people by our side. Anything is possible. With 98% of precincts reporting, Warnock has claimed 50.6% of the vote. But Lefler has yet to concede. This is a game of inches. We're gonna win this election. We're gonna save this country. War Knocks. Victory ends more than 30 year losing streak for Democrats in statewide run offs It also leaves control of the Senate. Up to the state's other runoff between Republican David Perdue and Democrat John Also off the contest remains tight, with all soft ahead by about 13,000 votes. Gabriel Sterling is Georgia's voting system implementation manager. There's a potential where some of these elections could be within a half a point, So the second place finisher will have the opportunity to potentially ask for a recount again. So I've currently has 50.1% of the vote. Well, Purdue, is it 49.9%. Some absentee votes have yet to be counted. And as many as 17,000 military and overseas ballots are due by Friday. President Elect Joe Biden's agenda hinges on the outcome. Jeannie's A No, is a Bloomberg News contributor and professor of political science at Iona College. All the things that you know Biden has talked about wanting to do. I'm not suggesting he'd be able to do all of them, but certainly you two have a lot better shot. If you have a Chuck Schumer controlling that gavel versus a Mitch McConnell. But even if Democrats do take the Senate, the majority remains small. More on that from Bloomberg News contributor and former McCain campaign manager Rick Davis. Just because you have the majority and you can set the agenda doesn't mean you get your gender past and their big, close sentence, close houses. It's only a 10 vote margin in the House of Representatives that Speaker Pelosi has so any given issue is going to have defections with levelers loss, Republicans must hold on to produce Senate seat to keep their hold on the chamber, though it may take days to determine the final outcome of that race.
Election Day 2020: Rick Davis
"Joining us live is Bloomberg's Rick Davis, partner at Stone Court Capital has run a good number of campaigns, including John McCain's 2008 Rick Again. Thank you so much for joining us. My pleasure. Yeah, The Democrats seem focused on Pennsylvania Joe Biden yesterday back again today, Camilla Harris today saying it be decided they're Biden claims it's his first home. Polling has been good. But now the NBC Marist poll today shows it tightening. Where does this stand? Well, it's on the horse race side. You can't tell, but it's been a very stable election. Even in Pennsylvania, Biden held the lead anywhere from 4 to 10 points, depending on which poll and at what point in this campaign. But that's the nature of this campaign is so unusual is how little has really changed lately. I mean, when you were tracking polls and you're only you know, seeing Ah pointer to tightening or loosening in the course of an election. It shows you a very stable electric. In other words, people have made up their minds and we've seen in the last month. People are voting in record numbers during these early votes, And so my guess is Pennsylvania. I would say. Friends toward Biden because he's never been behind in any public or private survey I've seen, but you know, we're see what happens on Election Day. Yeah, Also Florida I mean, for the most part of Florida Early on, and who knows early eyes? It goes for for Biden. They're saying that it's over. Yeah. If Florida goes for Biden, there's really no way for Donald Trump. To find a path to victory mean Biden start with some of the Trump states that he won before pretty much in Hiss. Calm. Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin. These are all states that Biden is right now tracking an almost 10 in some cases, 12 points. So you take those states away from Donald Trump. And he can't afford to lose those Bay States and the biggest one that he Has in play 29 electoral votes is Florida now have the two things have the pollsters learned anything since 2016 number one and have the Democrats learned anything since 2016 I'll take the last one. First. What the Democrats learned is that they needed to pick their spots as to where they need to win in orderto get the necessary electoral votes and And Hillary Clinton's campaign spread themselves all over states that were completely unnecessary. They had people in Arizona and other places the week before the election thinking we're going to turn Red States blue. What? What Joe Biden has shown is the discipline to park himself. As you said earlier in Pennsylvania, every surrogate he has in the country was in there today. And he's planted a flag. If I win Pennsylvania, I win the presidency and I'm fighting here. And he has Ah, just in just in the past hour in campaigning, talking to young talking to students, saying that they that they are the key. I mean, the Democrats have needed, you know, asking that question to motivate young voters. Michelle Obama's been beating this drum now since Since 2016 the young have to be showing up. Are we seeing that they will Yeah, There are record turnouts bank on Which state you're talking about in Pennsylvania is one of them where under 25 8. Voters are starting to show up in much bigger numbers than they did in 2016. Now whether or not that follows on Election day. These are all the early voters that we can track. But if that follows up on Election Day, the young voters could actually make a big impact on the state like Pennsylvania. OK, let's and and the presidency, of course, is what everybody focuses on the most for very good reason. But But let's let's look at the Senate here. I mean, if you're a Democrat, and you're looking at this, you're saying, Wow, we have a really good shot that this could flip. Yeah, His Senate is ah, Titan. There's no question about that. Republicans have probably five or six states where they have likely swings to the Democratic side, potentially. And they only have one pickup in in in. Ah, Alabama. What is interesting? State toe Watch is Georgia. Not only do you have a Senate race up for grabs, But you have a special election for a senator to Senate seats up in Georgia this year. And Georgia has a funky law where you have to get over 50% of the vote, or you go to a runoff. And at this point, neither one of the incumbent Republicans there look like they're going to be able to get to 50%. So you could have the control. The Senate decided months later in a special election on top of the special elections you already have? Yeah, possibly in in January. Now now vote counting. Of course, you know, we hoped to see something tomorrow probably won't. But the president has said that he may claim victory on on election night anyway, both sides of lawyered up. This could be a mess as well. I don't want to be negative, Bob, but but this could be a mess. Well, The good news is states run their elections and so unless they decide to defer to the president states, which would be extraordinary, right? No, no state Tends to do that voluntarily, then they're going to count at their own pace. In fact, we've never had an election where the actual elections certifications. We're on election night. They always take days later. In order to facilitate all the ballot collection and count all the ballots, And then the state certifies. There's there. It just simply doesn't happen on election night in any election we've ever had. And so I think that most of the states if their discipline and they follow their own rules, they'll pay no attention to the president's protestations. He did this in 2018 during the Florida governor's race where he said, Oh, you know, all the votes were counted, and we ought to just move on. We're Yeah, we're going to have to leave it there. Thank you so much and will watch for you and David and Jeannie. With our special election coverage
Changes in population of Arizona swings state more left
"This is a special edition of Balance of powers. Look at election 2020. I'm David Weston. Today We look at three critical swing states that could help decide who occupied the Oval Office next January. We start with Arizona once solidly Republican state that is now Maura, Va. Toss up. Arizona has 11 electoral votes and polls show a tight race. As for Vice President, Joe Biden hopes to become the first Democrat to win the Grand Canyon state since Bill Clinton did back in 1996. Or an overview. We spoke to Bloomberg contributor Rick Davis, who ran the 2008 presidential campaign of the late Arizona Senator John McCain. Four years ago in 2016. It was not a swing state, so it's one of those that have moved into the Swing column primarily because it changes both demographically in the state, but also ideologically demographically, I think you know, the increase in Hispanic population have moved it a little bit closer to the Democratic column. Hispanics make up almost a third of the Voting population now and on ideologically in 2016 trump one white suburban voters in Maricopa County, the largest county in the state. What really decides the outcome in states and in 2018, those same suburban voters fled the Republican Party, causing Martha McSally running for Election to the Senate to lose a Republican, so it's going to be an interesting ride there, but it's definitely a swing state this year. So if you say Maricopa County is I understand, you know better than I really determines the state. Largely. It's a really big count and a large portion of the voting populace. What has changed 16 4018 has the Democratic nature of Maricopa County's changes it more hetero genius than it was before is that they've changed their attitude towards things like immigration. Maricopa has been changing for a long time is one of those state or one of those counties. It's the city of Phoenix is in Maricopa County that has grown at an enormous rate. It's been one of the top five fastest growing counties in the United States for the last 15 years and is one of the top five of the largest counties in America. So it is a complex political beast. I would say What is starting to change is the Republican lock in the suburbs. In the past, we've been able to win the state by winning Maricopa. And if we are not able hold onto especially white women suburban voters in Maricopa County. We can't win the election for a perspective on what it takes to win statewide office in Arizona. We spoke to someone who's done it. Former Republican governor, Jan brewer. She admits the state is changing, but she hopes it hangs on to its conservative roots. There's a good chance that it is probably turning a little purple hair in Arizona, which is very distressful US Republicans, but the bottom line is is that we've had a lot of people moving in and out of California and other places coming to the great State of Arizona czar demographics. Have really changed. I think that we have to take that all into consideration were out there.
How will Trump's impeachment affect November elections?
"Even as the Senate impeachment trial is set to get underway president Donald Trump touts his economic success while at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday he said that the US has regained its edge against other nations in areas like trade job creation and energy when I spoke at this forum two years ago I told you that we had launched the great American come back today I'm proud to declare that the United States is in the midst of an economic boom the likes of which the world has never seen before Rick Davis we were talking earlier about all the other things going on in addition to impeachment the the broad expectation is that president trump will not be convicted he will stay in office finish out his term with all that being said the presidential election coming up what is the game here what are the Democrats to take it from that perspective hoping trying to accomplish here well I do think there's a element of trying to change the narrative trump just had a big success signing a trade deal with China that he said he was gonna bring China to their knees and arguably he can he can declare some success and the ratification even in the midst of all this impeachment of the U. S. M. C. A. the trade deal between Canada and US it's quite a feather in his cap I mean he's gonna have a signing ceremony while impeachment is going on showing the American public that he's out there doing the hard work the presidency in in you load on top of that low unemployment and investment breaks great stock market records and and he's got a story to tell that that doesn't include impeachment so I think the fact that the Democrats have made a huge gambit on saying we want to start this year an election year talking about impeachment means they have confidence that somehow this is gonna nor to their benefit sure they're gonna tell yeah all we're doing this because the right thing to do and the country needs to have written you know this this this catharsis because otherwise gosh this guy will be uncontrolled and the remainder of his presidency but the reality is this is all about elections and there is an election in ten months and regardless of what happens with impeachment there's gonna be an up or down vote on Donald Trump and and Democrats I think believe that somehow this is going to help them I think the jury's out just like it is on impeachment Craig when all this is said and done in a few weeks months whatever it is how would one define success for Democrats here is it winning over a few Republican votes is at getting John Bolton up there and and saying embarrassing things about the president what what how would you define success is they're they're democratic fetching involves trying to get no Republican votes the expectation is that if you were down from twenty sixteen you're still gonna go from a twenty twenty year dug in your ear dug in deep and you're gone you're either going up with the server down with the ship this is all aimed at those moderates in the middle and again as we talk about every cycle rate can talk about it better than I can even but you know there are those I think it's people things maybe ten or fifteen percent people kind of in the middle who are like you know twenty sixteen act much care for Hillary from kinda like the cut of trump's J. about love that guy from the apprentice he seems like a real decisive guy I'm gonna roll the dice and take my chances you know three years and they're like oh my gosh what have I done they don't let you talk to Democrats when they do focus groups people say they talk about the tweets like I don't really like to tweets which is become kind of a substitute for like I really like his style like he's got a real not very nice to people in the in the you know whatever so I think that the I mean it's a kind of I don't want to sound so cynical but a lot of this impeachment is aimed at maybe that ten percent fifteen percent twenty percent of the way outside the Democrats think are persuaded bowl you know former trump voters are people least took a took a walk on the trump side of the street maybe could come over to the Democrats and really want to dirty up trump as best they can you know he was he was shady and that way you don't Ukrainians and etcetera I think it's a huge gamble I think you know again as we just talked about a last second if you are not exactly riveted by the impeachment yet at least so far and I think Democrats put a lot of chips on this particular square it may work it may not but what they have what trump has is always of Rick said great economy two or three good trade deals and and a real you know telling his back yeah I would say just to add to that is that part of the play for the Democrats as defensive right I mean if you blow see the speaker of the house did not want to DO impeachment and it was the left wing of her party that forced her into it I mean she resisted resisted and she finally caved in because the one thing they can't afford is a disenfranchised base right I mean Hillary Clinton lost in states like Wisconsin because she underperformed what Barack Obama got there by eight in this case in two thousand sixteen she got two hundred fifty thousand fewer votes than Barack Obama did Donald Trump got twenty thousand fewer votes than Mitt Romney did but was able to beat Hillary Clinton that state because she didn't turn out base so a lot of the democratic strategy is fire up that base make sure they're happy if they deliver at the scale that they did for a bomb it's very hard to see a scenario where Donald Trump wins Craig this of course is going on right is were approaching the first presidential primary in Iowa it is there an easy way to describe what impact it's going to have on on the primary especially with some of the leading candidates not all of them but some of them here in Washington and sitting quietly in their seats drinking well yeah sort of at the tactical level it's a great day for Joe Biden or people to judge because you're not a member the United States Senate and so you're free to is moved to Iowa for the next two weeks and and set up shop for the senators running obviously Sanders and Warren called which are really Michael Bennett is still running for president someone told me today so I guess for senators you know it's it's actually trick here I do think out of the more on the strategic level though this is kind of baked into the cake for democratic primary voters and I will you don't really here the campus talk that much about it it's kind of understood of your democratic primary voters like accepted that you don't much care for Donald Trump weather's being in Peter not impeach or convicted or acquitted it it's all it's sort of like the backdrop against which the whole campaign is being run so the the rallies I attended when I was in I was people I've talked to it doesn't come up that much but I do think it's on the front of the minds of primary voters in one important way which is we need to find a candidate that can beat Donald Trump that's really good news for Joe Biden let's goodness for some of the others but that is really the the sort of the driving force behind the caucuses in the primaries are to come Rick isn't about thirty seconds if you can we get to November where is impeachment in Ukraine where to those rank on the panoply of of the issues that voters are going to think about when they well I think I'm on a piece of it I mean we blow through issues so quickly nowadays because of the mass media and how quickly we cycled through things that I would be surprised that the trend actually carries much weight November I would say though that that that Ukraine scandal will continue all right even though impeachment will end in a couple of weeks they'll still be reporting about these crazy deals that we're trying to be struck and what was happening so I wouldn't be surprised if Ukraine has a doesn't have that were porting on it doesn't have a bigger impact in the impeachment itself okay my thanks to Rick Davis former John McCain national campaign manager in Bloomberg contributor in Craig Gordan Bloomberg's Washington
The political Ramifications To Trump Being impeached in historic House vote
"Just about everyone saw it coming the house voted yesterday to impeach president trump on two counts with the trial coming next in the Senate but what are the political ramifications president trump speaking in Michigan last night said that he thought it certainly isn't going to hurt him in Michigan and now the Democrats are very upset they want to get Michigan back they just don't know how to do it because they didn't do a thing welcome now Rick Davis his political adviser who has run several campaigns including when John McCain ran for president two thousand eight Mister David Davis I'm proud to say as part of the Bloomberg team covering the twenty twenty election welcome Rick good to have you here thank you that is great to be here so let's start with were president trump was right now on the question of appeasement that's that's percent what happens because most people think they know what's going to happen from here on out what do you do for him in those critical say state of Wisconsin Michigan Pennsylvania help hurt irrelevant yeah I mean you put out a really important factor the the the presidential campaign will not be fought in fifty states it's going to be fought in certain battleground states and and I thought I would add a few Arizona is a good example of a new state that was a battleground state last time here and one that that will be this time at and I think that's that's the reason you found president trump in Michigan last night while the vote was being taken I mean that on its own that's kind of a historic moment where the president of the United States is rallying his team around his narrative on impeachment while the house of representatives and having this historic moment where they are only for the third time in the history of our country voting for impeachment and I think the juxtaposition of that was really stark and and I think you have to look at all the factors that go into these these states the targeted states the the battleground states and what's gonna turn them or not trump in in fact is defending his win last time around in those states so the onus is really on him to hold I would say economics votes in his favor but politics hasn't and so when you look at some of the things are going on in those states whether it's job creation manufacturing or even issues related to other softer she's like climate you have to look at who the swing voters who's going to who would be eligible to vote for for for Donald Trump yeah in their own mindset and what is what's driving that those votes I I would like to remind everybody that that he won four states by a margin at a little over ten thousand votes each state so this is really a razor thin margin that he had in the past so Rick you are I think the perfect person asked this question of and that is that razor thin margin if you gonna turn that is that substance and policy or is that frankly the process of really run the election because some people certainly criticize Hillary Clinton for example for not going to Michigan toward the end last time around they they she sure took it for granted if the next democratic candidate makes more of an effort in Wisconsin Michigan Pennsylvania could that make the difference without regard to the policy sure I mean we like in my business in the old days would like to tell everybody that campaigns matter right there is a little self serving but it was true right I mean if you don't campaign in the state like Hillary didn't campaign in Michigan and you don't spend resources their money and put people in there why do you expect to actually pull off a victory lot of people that were scratching their heads in the Democratic Party as to what her strategy wise yet she was spending money in places it seemingly weren't competitive so that campaign matters she did not deliver a good campaign in that state and then she lost as a result of that so sure it's such a tight margin that the campaign's going to matter but so are the candidates right well we know Donald Trump we've gotten to know him quite a bit in the last few years he shows up in Michigan last night he's got a raucous crowd the stocking them up they love it and there's controversy immediately within within his rallies going after you know the
"rick davis" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Players so. This is a big game We're. Trying to stress that for these guys understand just how the. Opportunity is showing through the best the roster will be cut from ninety to fifty three by Saturday afternoon services, begin today to honor the late Senator John McCain today. Would have been, John McCain's eighty second birthday he will be one of the very few to ever. Lie. In state. Inside the Zona. Capital here he's former campaign manager Rick Davis only John McCain could rig a big birthday. Celebration for, himself like this McCain's flag draped casket will, arrive here in a motorcade police and firefighters will. Be lined up saluting McCain after. A short ceremony the public will be allowed into pay its respects Alex stone ABC news Phoenix your WBZ. MoneyWatch Canadian Foreign Affairs minister Chris free Lynn says her meeting yesterday with US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer, was a. Very good constructive conversation about how to revamp. The North American Free trade agreement Freeland told reporters after the meeting she and her team plan to work. This week in a full steam effort? And said both parties will start? Diving into specific issues today on? Wall Street the Dow is, currently down two points at twenty six. Thousand sixty one while the NASDAQ is up thirty nine the s. and p. five hundred head eight. This news brought to you by huntersville Ford and online at huntersville Ford dot com at WBZ we lead local I'm. Chad Bauer WBZ news the first time clients meet with Jim. Heffner to strategize retirement there are a little surprised that the conversation focuses on more than finances. One of the most important, things that. We do with his learn what's important to them no financial planning even occurs until the Hefner financial team fully understands her assignment which is building a roadmap to deliver exactly the. Life that you imagine, in retirement the I think it's really important that. Everyone thank, through their retirement before they step into it what's your. Day going to be like where will you spend your time. What's going to give your life meaning when it's not work we want to dive into modeling out Your life so you know that you have a.
Senator John McCain, NPR and Santa Clara County discussed on The Cruz Show
"The news next Live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman Arizona is remembering Senator John McCain memorial services are being held for him today in Phoenix after his death last. Weekend from brain cancer from member station, k. j. z. z.. We'll stone reports Senator John McCain will lie in state at the capitol after a private ceremony members of the public will offer. Their respects to the late? Senator at the capitol McCain family spokesman, Rick Davis. Who. Also, ran the senator's bid for the White House says the date is fitting the significance
"rick davis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Isn't a farewell address read by. Rick Davis of. Davis Manafort McCain wrote we weaken our greatness when we confuse our patriotism with tribal rivalries that have sown resentment and hatred and violence in all corners, of, the, globe We weaken it when we hide, behind walls rather than tear them down when we doubt the power of our. Ideals, rather than. Trust them to. Be the great force for change they have always been. Said Davis of Davis Manafort while. Holding back tears. As he read McCain's message do not despair of our present difficulties believe always in the promise and greatness of America because nothing is inevitable here Americans, never quit we never surrender we never, hide from history we make history now it is pointed out here that McCain Did not Mention Trump, by name but it appeared clear whom some of the remarks are aimed at the drive by, media says McCain again we are three hundred and. Twenty five million opinionated vociferous individuals we argue and compete and sometimes even vilify each other in, our raucous public debates but we have always had so much more in common with each other Then in disagreement if we only remember that and give, each other the benefit of the presumption that we all love our country We will get through these challenging times, we will come through them stronger than before we always do And final statement McCain offer his gratitude. Of the people of America's constituents in Arizona's family into America To be connected to America's causes liberty equal Justice, respect for the dignity of all people brings happiness more sublime than the lives fleeting pleasures McCain wrote Well I don't know I don't know that it is true anymore that we have so much more in common with each. Other, than in disagreement That's a lofty hall it's a lofty ideal but that's that's right I think the big breakdown has occurred That's a sweet sounding thing to say and it would. Be great if it. Were true but I, think that's. The big. Change that has happened in this country Seemingly although I know this isn't the case but seemingly overnight I don't think, that mutual objectives And similar visions for. America and what our country is I don't think there's much in common now between left and right, on the subject of the country and it's. Decency and goodness and its promise I I think that's the, I think that actually is the great divide And I don't know how you bridge that But hopefully it, can't be McCain has said by the way his ideal successor, in the Senate would be an Hispanic woman Former McCain, staffer Rick Davis of Davis Manafort lobbying firm, in Washington Senator, McCain thought about who might succeed him prior to his death And Davis said McCain likely would, not want a white man to take place in the US Senate He's. Always been someone, who is encourage participation in politics especially in the Republican party with minorities and women Rick Davis said I think Hispanic woman probably would have been his pick for a successor if he would've lived long enough Who knew who knew that identity politics and found its way into the Arizona Senate seat John McCain likely wouldn't want a white, man to take his place in the US Senate according to his confidante and campaign adviser Rick Davis K. folks there's lots of other things I remember when we first heard and I've got the sound bite here from two thousand fifteen to prove, this when we first heard that Hillary Clinton had this unprotected server and that she was dealing in classified documents on that server, at home My I guess as to who had hacked and gotten in there was the calms And guess, what it, turns out it was the CHAI calms that had Hillary.
"rick davis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Hi welcome back. Here here we. Go speaking of the country's best qualities in farewell address read by Rick Davis of Davis Manafort McCain wrote we weaken greatness when we confuse. Our patriotism with tribal rivalries that have sown resentment and hatred and violence. In all corners of the globe we weaken, it when we hide behind walls rather than tear them down. When we doubt the power of our ideals, rather than trust them to be the great force for change they have always been said Davis, of Davis Manafort while holding back tears as he read McCain's message do not despair. Of our present. Difficulties but believe. Always in the premise and. Greatness of America. Because nothing is inevitable here Americans never quit we never surrender we never hide from history we make history now it. Is pointed out here that McCain Did not mention Trump by name but It appeared clear home some of the remarks are, aimed at the drive by media, says McCain again we are three hundred and twenty five million opinionated vociferous individuals we argue and compete and sometimes even vilify each other in our raucous public debates. That we have always had so much more in, common with each other than in disagreement if we only remember, that and give each. Other the benefit of the presumption that we all love our country We will get through these challenging times, we will come through them stronger than before we always do And in his final statement McCain offer his, gratitude the, people of America's constituents in Arizona's family into America to be connected to America's causes liberty equal Justice. Respect for the dignity of all people. Brings happiness more sublime than the lights fleeting pleasures McCain wrote Well. I don't know I don't know that it is true anymore that we have so much more in common with each. Other, then in disagreement That's a lofty hall it's a lofty ideal but that's that's right I think the big. Breakdown has occurred It's a sweet sounding thing to say and it would. Be great if it. Were true but I, think that's. The big. Change that has happened in this country Seemingly although I know this isn't the case but seemingly overnight I don't think, that mutual objectives And similar visions for. America and what our country is I don't think there's much in common now between left and right, on the subject of the country and it's. Decency and goodness and its promise I think that's, I think that actually is the great divide And I don't know how you bridge that But hopefully it, can't be McCain has said by the way his ideal successor, in the Senate would be an Hispanic woman Former McCain, staffer Rick Davis of Davis Manafort lobbying firm, in Washington Senator, McCain thought about who might succeed him prior to his death And Rick Davis said McCain likely would not, want a white man to take his place in the US Senate He's always, been someone who is encourage participation in politics especially in the Republican party with minorities and women Rick Davis said I think Hispanic woman probably would have been his pick for a successor if he would've lived long enough Who knew who knew that identity politics and found its way into the Arizona Senate seat John McCain likely wouldn't want a white, man to take his place in the US Senate according to his confidante and campaign adviser Rick Davis K. folks there's lots of other things I remember when we first heard and I've got the sound bite here from two thousand fifteen to prove, this when we first heard that Hillary Clinton had this unprotected server and that she was dealing in classified documents on that server, at home You know my I guess as to who had hacked and gotten them there was the calms And, guess, what it, turns out it was the child calms that, hacked Hillary's server not One Rush.
"rick davis" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"I think that actually is the great divide And I don't know how you bridge that But hopefully it, can't be McCain has said by the way his ideal successor, in the Senate would be an Hispanic woman Former McCain, staffer Rick Davis of Davis Manafort lobbying firm, in Washington Senator, McCain thought about who might succeed him prior to his death And Rick Davis said McCain likely would not, want a white man to take his place in the US Senate He's always, been someone who is encourage participation in politics especially in the Republican party with minorities and women Rick Davis said I think Hispanic woman probably would have been his pick for a successor if he would've lived long enough Who knew who knew that identity politics and found its way into the Arizona Senate seat John McCain likely wouldn't want a white, man to take his place in the US Senate according to his confidante and campaign adviser Rick Davis K. folks there's lots of other things I remember when we first heard and I've got the sound bite here from two thousand fifteen to prove, this when we first heard that Hillary Clinton had this unprotected server and that she was dealing in classified documents on that server, at home You know my I guess as to who had hacked and gotten in there was the CHAI calms And, guess what, it turns out it was the child calms that had Hillary.
"rick davis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We go speaking of the country's best quality. Isn't. Farewell address read by Rick Davis. Of Davis Manafort. McCain wrote we weaken our greatness when we confuse our patriotism with tribal rivalries that have sown resentment and hatred and violence in all corners of the globe We weaken it when we hide, behind walls rather than tear them down when we doubt the power of our ideals. Rather, than trust. Them to be. The great force for change they have always. Been. Said Davis Davis Manafort while holding. Back tears as. He read McCain's message do not despair of our present difficulties but believe always in the premise and greatness of America because nothing is inevitable here Americans never quit we never surrender we, never hide from history we make history now it is pointed out here that McCain Did, not mention Trump. By name but. It appeared clear home some. Of the remarks. Are aimed at the drive by media says McCain again we are three hundred and twenty five million opinionated vociferous individuals we argue and compete and sometimes even vilify each other in, our raucous public debates that. We have always had so much more in common with each other Then in disagreement if we only remember that and give each other the benefit of the presumption that we all love our country We will get through these challenging times, we will come through them stronger than before we always do And. Then his final statement McCain offer his. Gratitude the people of America's constituents in Arizona's family into America To be connected to America's causes liberty equal. Justice respect for the dignity of all people brings, happiness more sublime than the life's fleeting pleasures McCain wrote Well. I don't know I don't know that it is true anymore that we have so much more in common with each. Other, than in disagreement That's a lofty hope it's a lofty ideal but that's that's where I think the big breakdown has occurred That's a sweet sounding thing to say and it would. Be great if it. Were true but I, think that's the big change that has happened in this country Seemingly although I know this isn't the case but seemingly overnight I don't think, that mutual objectives And similar visions for. America and what our country is I don't think there's much in common now between left and right, on the subject of the country and it's. Decency and goodness and its promise I think that's the, I think that actually is the great divide And I don't know how you bridge that But hopefully it, can't be McCain has said by the way his ideal successor, in the Senate would be an Hispanic woman Former McCain, staffer Rick Davis of Davis Manafort lobbying firm, in Washington Senator, McCain thought about who might succeed him prior to his death And Rick Davis said McCain likely would, not want a white man to take place in the US Senate He's always, been someone who's encourage participation in politics specially in the Republican party with minorities and women Rick Davis said I think Hispanic woman probably would have been his pick for a successor if he would've lived long enough Who knew who knew that identity politics and found its way into the Arizona Senate seat John McCain likely wouldn't want a white, man to take his place in the US Senate according to his confidante and campaign adviser Rick Davis K. folks there's lots of other things I remember when we first heard and I've got the sound bite here from two thousand fifteen to prove, this when we first heard that Hillary Clinton had this unprotected server and that she was dealing in classified documents on that server, at home You know my I guess as to who had hacked and got in there was the child calms And, guess what, it turns out it was the child calms that hacked Hillary's server not.
"rick davis" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Introduced to him, by manafort's partner Is nobody else kinda mind boggled by this but me So it was Rick Davis who read McCain's, farewell letter And has been eulogizing. McCain on various talk shows and not a single media outlet, has noted that Rick Davis is still to, this day the senior partner in Manafort Davis lobbying firm and nobody notes that Rick Davis, arranged, for the very same notorious oligarchy in top Putin pow supposedly involved and colluding. With Trump to meet with McCain yet everybody knew it I talked to a friend who was in Washington about, the time two. Thousand eight when all this was happy everybody knew it Everybody knew it and. Yet we're being led to believe the Russians have never been this, close to anybody in American politics still Donald, Trump came along This is such a hoax it. Is such a snow job It is such a frame job that has been. Run here and continues to be run on, on President Trump now I've talked myself into the break here so we'll get the excerpts of. The of the farewell, letter from Senator McCain to. The nation when we get back Somebody has to have the guts to say it rush of EIB network.
"rick davis" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Two thousand eight detailing how. Rick Davis brokered a meeting between owning Dennis Pasqua an oligarchy. Close to Putin and McCain just like a meeting was attempted to be brokered between Darris basket and Trump Rick Davis of Davis Manafort a, lobbying firm which still is up and running In the Washington area Rick Davis sets up a meeting between the Russian oligarch close to Putin and John McCain sometime after that The FBI or somebody came along and warned Senator. McCain to be very careful of all is basket because he's a Soviet, agent could be a really bad guy. Ties, to Putin so they warn McCain and McCain continued to rep relationship with, the guy and nobody thought a thing of it now the guy's surfaces. In relationship to the Trump Tower meeting with Donald Trump junior and all of a sudden and Trump never met with Oleg debts and yet today we're trying to nail trumpet, impeach him and put him in jail. And destroy him and ruin in because he colluded with the guy when he never did. But McCain did After having been introduced to him, by manafort's partner Is nobody else kinda mind boggled by this but me So it was Rick Davis who read McCain's, farewell letter And has been eulogizing. McCain on various talk shows and not a single media outlet, has noted that Rick Davis is still to, this day the senior partner in Manafort Davis lobbying firm and nobody notes that Rick Davis, arranged, for the very same notorious oligarchy and top Putin pow supposedly involved in colluding. With Trump to meet with McCain yet everybody knew it I talked to a friend who was in Washington about, the time two. Thousand eight when all this was happy everybody knew it Everybody knew it and. Yet we're being led to believe the Russians have never been this, close to anybody in American politics still Donald, Trump came along This is such a hoax it. Is such a snow job It is such a frame job that has been. Run here and continues to be run on, on President Trump now I've talked myself into the break here so we'll get the excerpts of. The of the farewell, letter from Senator McCain to. The nation when we get back Somebody has to, have the guts to say it rush on the EIB network Rush Limbaugh on the voice of. New York seven ten Okay folks the dog days of summer are here but autumn leaves will soon be falling.
"rick davis" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Does he sees Oh having seen the disease up close? That. McCain suffers with yes Have is are you as have I seen it up? Close Okay we have. We've seen it up okay, so that's the question or comment what's the question Yeah Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay I was just going to get. There the official program observer is asking the type of brain. Cancer Senator McCain had was. Destructive it was advanced and it was very fast. Acting and the official program observer is wondering if the advanced stage of that Brig cancer was such that the farewells statement could actually have been written by. Somebody, yeah I think so depend Wynonna Winnie. Wrote it could have written it a year ago could have written it your. Swimming he wrote it the week before he. Died we. Don't we. Don't Well Trump's, been around for two or three years I. Mean. You. You. Can. You can have references I look let. Me let me read excerpts of this here we have from. A from a tear soaked. Washington Post by the way John McCain issues subtle. Rebuke to Trump and farewell letter before his his death now I have to tell you something to me this is this is kind of unreal because we. Have, here the guy who read the farewell. Letter is McCain's campaign manager in two thousand and two thousand eight presidential campaign. Manager names Rick Davis and he is a. Partner in. Davis Manafort He is Paul manafort's partner and we learn. Because we did, the work we, went back to the news archives we found a Washington Post. Story, in two thousand eight d. tailing how Rick. Davis brokered a meeting between all Dennis Pasqua an oligarchy close. To Putin and McCain just like a meeting was attempted to be brokered between Darris Bosca and Trump Rick Davis of Davis Manafort a, lobbying for which still is up and running In the Washington area Rick Davis sets up a meeting between the Russian oligarch close to Putin and John McCain sometime after that The FBI or somebody came along and warned Senator. McCain to be very careful of all dentist basket because he's a Soviet agent, could be a really bad guy ties. To, Putin so they warned McCain and McCain continued to resume rep relationship with, the guy and nobody thought a thing of it now the guy's surfaces in. Relationship to the Trump Tower meeting with Donald Trump junior and all of a sudden and Trump never met with Oleg data's Bosca and yet today we're trying to nail Trump and, impeach him and put him in jail. And destroy him and ruin him because he colluded with the guy when he never did. But McCain did After having been.
"rick davis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"M. And this hour the McCain parting shot directed, toward the President, Trump of the media tried to troll the president over the flag politics And it and it's sad that week that An, American icon whether you liked him or, not disagreed or agreed with them Clearly yesterday we told you how we felt about. His military, record and of course his political record was horrifying for many. Conservatives but again he's being, laid to rest this week alliance state and, Phoenix and then by mid week he'll be at the. Rotunda in the capitol which is a honor reserved for just a, very few there's talk about Taking Russel's name off the Russell Senate building because he. Was a, democrat segregationist and putting John McCain's name on that building and. Of course he will they'll, be a big funeral at the National Cathedral, on Saturday and then he'll be buried admit the naval. Academy on Sunday That being said again Rick Davis is, longtime campaign advisor and aide, read, from his final letter yesterday That. John McCain wrote and in it you will hear that he was taking parting shots at President Trump we weaken our greatness when we confuse our patriotism. With tribal rivalries that have some resentment and hatred and violence in all. The corners of the globe we weaken it, when we hide behind walls rather than tear them down when. We doubt the power. Of our ideals rather than trust them to be the great force. For change they have always been we are three hundred and twenty five million opinionated, the syphilis individuals we argue and compete and sometimes even vilify each other. In our raucous, public debates but we have always had. So much more in common with each other then in disagreement do not despair of our, present, difficulties we believe always in the promise and greatness of America because nothing is Inevitable here Americans never quit we never surrender, we never hide from history we make history so at least three references. Their tribal rivalries, that so resentment and hatred we don't. Hide behind walls and of course do not despair at our present difficulties And again this was A shot. From beyond, the grave Bye bye John McCain at President Trump who has not been invited to attend the. Funeral vice president Pence will be. There are many other cabinet members the president is staying above the fray trying to do this with class and before, one hundred plus evangelicals last night, he said this about Senator McCain our hearts and prayers going to. The family of Senator John McCain it'd be a lot of activity, over the next number of days and we very much appreciate everything that Senator McCain has done for a country and vodka Trump. Also weighed in with her, condolences as we gather here today I want to extend my deepest sympathies to, the family of Senator John McCain an American patriot who served our country with distinction for more than six decades The nation is. United in its grief and, the world mourns the loss of a true hero and a great statesman no, I think the king would have been a bigger man as he was passing If he would have basically said look in politics you have a lot of differences between members of. Your, own party members of the opposite party even among between myself and presidents but We have to go on and I you know basically he would have admitted that. There were differences and if he would've just acknowledged that, and and, said you know life, goes on politics, goes on and we would, be a, much better world of everybody got. Along but it's just a matter of human, beings are traits. You know they have different Susan what have you and then John McCain's case I mean he took his differences with Trump he's. Great And yeah there's no Lindsey Graham was talking about the. History there's there's no doubt that they thought they didn't like each other they disagreed on politics on policy whatever the case may. Be but so did. McCain with Bush so did McCain with Obama McCain was legendary for his temperament dressing-down staffers and so on and so forth. So look all of us are flawed, human beings, but been here's the point the very things have, McCain was decrying in his is Phil where a letter, he was, guilty of himself, this was an opportune time if he cared about the country so much to help. Unite the country instead of sewing further division and then, that's sad, I think that's as, much as he's? Building built up for a, very historic, legacy to leave the world with. That letter Stains that legacy in. My humble, estimation now to. The media the media is playing. Games with flight politics when when Senator McCain passed away President Trump. Lowered the flag at the White, House to half staff and, then on Monday the flag was. Raised to full staff well people will had a connection veterans, groups the. VFW the DAV American Legion and. Many in, the media and the Democrats thought this, was an, insult to Senator. McCain and they excoriated the president for US fly code says any member of congress upon their death the. Flag is lowered for that day and the following day that's it that's what flag protocol calls for now if you wanna do. More on your own. That's up to you so the president not wanting to cause a rift signed an executive order yesterday re returning to fly A, half mask because he just didn't want to. Have this distraction during this time of national mourning and grieving. But he. Was only they were only following. Flag, protocol for for the flag and that's what, it says I looked. It up in the US and I would imagine the person there is a person responsible for that As far as, raising the flag or having ended at half staff and it may, well be that the president, wasn't even aware, of the, flag coming down or what maybe even the protocol was so, again but the media they'll do everything they can to try, to you know again I think, that look as one of our caller stated yesterday McCain. And flake started this feud with President Trump over the borders. And because they're both, amnesty open borders types and they they were horrified by, the president wanting to build a wall. And they started in on President Trump and as you know, Trump counter-punches and when, he does sometimes it is brutal and that's what happened to McCain and of course they never could come to. Agreement after that and then of course there was the betrayal on ObamaCare as. Well in seven fourteen time. For WCBS traffic.
Senator John McCain, Bob Costantini and President discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Papa, John's, chairman and founder John Schneider says CEO Steve Ritchie is responsible for the company's poor performance starter resigned as chairman this year after it was Revealed use the n. word in a phone call In a letter, posted Monday Schneider blamed Ritchie for making bad decisions, not having the management skills to fix the
"rick davis" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Now in the past, John McCain has resisted that kind of advice, but I think he could probably see if he was watching FOX's, which is where he likes to go even they were praising John McCain. So the check was up and this is not. He was praising jokes. And a lot of people who Jon Meacham I talked a lot of people who would describe John McCain as their nemesis. John McCain was a thorn in the side to a lot of people in his party in in in the Democratic Party. Is there a historical sort of precedent for the idea that the president has or invents a nemesis? And then there's just no ability to sort of get past partisanship in order to honor that person. I, John McCain is one of these people that people on the left honor people on the right honor. People say they didn't agree with him, but they respected the idea that he put principle before. Most other things. You know, the person who presided the longest in that office where he was sitting today where giancarl was giving them the chance to do the right thing was Franklin Roosevelt who said in September of nineteen thirty two in the midst of the great depression in the midst of his campaign against Herbert Hoover, that the presidency is not an engineering or managerial job. That's the least of it. It is pre-eminently a place of moral leadership that was FDR's vision of the presidency. It was also his cousin Theodore's. It was the biggest. It was the same view that the biggest men so far who have held that office have have adhered to and. It's I agree with Jennifer, and we, it's sweet of you in a way to be somewhat surprised. I think it speaks well of your character, but we're at a point where I was sort of toting up the list. A lot of us got a sense of this with his attack on Senator McCain during the campaign, but also the attack on the cons, the gold star families, and there's something telling about that practicing psychiatry without a license. But that's what Baga Fers do. He doesn't. He has a very hard time acknowledging the courage and sacrifice of others. And I think it's because he has fundamental if unacknowledged anxieties about his own virtues. So Jennifer, I Donald John McCain had released. He had written a letter written a statement to Americans that was to be released upon his passing and his longtime friend and former campaign manager. Rick Davis read that. Today there. There's an interesting a paragraph in here that I wanna play that I think is very telling it's after John McCain, talking about America's greatness. This is what he wrote. He's John's words. We weaken our greatness when we confuse our patriotism with tribal rivalries that have sown resentment and hatred and violence in all the corners of the globe. We weaken it when we hide behind walls rather than tear them down. When we doubt the power of our ideals, rather than trust them to be the great force for change. They have always been do not despair of our present difficulties. We believe always in the promise and greatness of America because nothing is inevitable here. Americans never quit. We never surrender. We never hide from history. We make history. So Jennifer putting aside the fact that he said we can when we hide behind walls, which seemed like a not so veiled attack on on President Trump. We weaken our greatness when we confuse our patriotism with tribal rivalries that have sown resentment and hatred and violence in all the corners of the globe. There isn't something even remotely partisan about that statement, but it does speak to our national security right now. And I often say to somebody like you a conservative is this is this is this the kind of thing that Republicans can rally around and say, this is what Republicans have stood for in this country for decades prior to Donald Trump, showing up, it would be my fund hope, but at the present juncture, I feel that the party has completely lost his way and I think they will salute John McCain..
"rick davis" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"So the funny thing is, I heard him tell that joke for years after the two thousand nomination fight with George Bush, but he kept it in the repertoire would recycle over time there really an incredible sense of humor. He was. He was wonderful. And by the way John, I hope it sometime tonight you will play his concession speech in two thousand eight. It is a classic of graciousness and healing and urging the country to come together. I mean, it's it's exactly what we need and you know he was just the classiest of guys, Rick Davis actually quoted directly from it in the specific letter. John McCain wanted read out loud after his passing. So we did hear some of that Senator king. I want to ask you specifically again, you didn't know him before you got to the Senate, but then you did get to know him and he developed it affection for you in from what I can tell. It's because you were willing to work. I mean, yes, you're a nice charming guy, but at the hearings that you would sit at, you would be one of the few senators. To be in there for the whole hearing in the reason that struck me is because Senator McCain for all this heroism for everything else was a man of the Senate a, he wanted to get work done there well, and every now and then he sent me a note saying, thanks for being here till the end. I Senate hearings one of my favorite parts of the job, and I like to sit right through him. So often at the end of the hearing, it would be he and Jim in off and and me, and we'd be asking final questions and I, I don't know whether that's what made sort of pick me out and take me on the trip and to Sedona, but. Whatever it was. Now, there was a funny moment in a Senate hearing Bill Cohen, former Senator from Maine who then was secretary of defense was testifying and at the end of his testimony, he looked up at McCain and said, now, Mr Chairman, I would like to recognize my former governor and current Senator from Maine, Senator king McCain said, no. Cutting right off. You know, that was. He always reminded you who was the who was the chairman, but, and you know, we disagreed. I disagree with him on issues from time to time. And in one memorable case, I beat him on a vote in the Armed Services Committee on the Bill. I lobbied some of his Republican colleagues. He was pretty surprised by that, but he took, it graciously it was a big deal for main and and you know, but that was the relationship that that we had. I think it was mutual respect and I also had a very poignant moment on the floor with him. I think it was sometime in in the winter where he knew what was coming, and I sort of took me back, but he, he said he said, you know Angus. I've had a hell of a life. I've had a hell of a life. It couldn't have been any better. It's okay to go Senator Angus king. We'll leave it there with those point at worth. Thanks so much for being with the night and sharing your memories. They'll give you a little promotion. We'll see tomorrow morning on new day. Yes, sir. His has noted, it has been up and down day at the White House, especially where the American flag is concerned coming up an inside news about exactly what went on and when during the inside deliberations revolving around how to remember Arizona Senator John McCain. So many people around the.
John McCain, CBS and Alison Liberty Islands discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"A propane fire forced thousands off liberty island after the FDA had why initially thought it. Was inside the statue of liberty Kevin. Rincon with more, for a few hours ferry service, to Alison liberty islands were cancelled, because of a fire at the foot of the statue of liberty we we were told initially that
"rick davis" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Arizona Senator John McCain. Rick, Davis is a longtime McCain family friend he served as the senators two thousand eight campaign manager. He, confirmed today the President Trump will not be attending the funeral or any. Memorial services here in Washington and that vice president Pence. Will serve as the administration's designate at a ceremony Friday at the US capitol rotunda. C. span, coverage will include Wednesday, in Phoenix the ceremonies at the capital on Friday. Funeral, services will be held Saturday here in Washington at the National. Cathedral Rick Davis outlining the schedule for the week ahead on Saturday September first The family will gather, at the capital in the morning and escort John along Pennsylvania, to the Vietnam war memorial where sending the family we'll make a quick stop and lay a wreath At the at the Vietnam war memorial That will be on route to the, National Cathedral where at approximately ten o'clock we will hold another memorial service really more focused on his national and global leadership. At the at the National Cathedral there we will have the National Cathedral team begin the process of Bishop of Washington and the dean of the cathedral dean Holler at will. Kick it off with a welcome anthem there will be saying the navy him And the first tribute will be by Senator McCain's daughter Megan McCain, and then on Sunday the midshipmen of the US naval academy paying their tribute to John, McCain who graduated from the naval academy in Annapolis Senator McCain, will be buried on the grounds known as the yard at the US naval academy on Sunday Senator McCain planned in advance how. To have the last word with today's statement by Rick Davis, in serving, as, the family spokesperson his former campaign manager, pointing to John McCain's condemnation of Republican tribal rivalries stating it's all about patriotism and. Country I but I've been asked to Do one, final thing and that is As John McCain faces mortality he asked that, a letter that he has. Done b read this'll be somewhat difficult So. If you'll bear with me he's John's final words and the families asked that we present these to you. Today there will be copies put out by the Senate office shortly after this event John Ford's my fellow Americans whom I have gratefully. Served for sixty years and especially my, fellow Onians thank, you for the privilege of serving you and for the rewarding life that. Service in uniform and in public, office has allowed me to lead I've tried to serve our country honorably I've made. Mistakes but I hope my love for America will be weighed favorably against them I've often observed that I am the luckiest person on. Earth I feel that way even now. As I prepare, for the end of my life I've loved my life all of it I've had experiences adventures friendships enough for ten satisfying lives. And I am so thankful like most people I have. Regrets but I would not trade a day of my life. In good or bad times for the best day. Of anybody else's I owe the satisfaction to the love of. My family one man has never had a more loving wife or children he was, prouder of than I. Am of mine And I it to, America to be connected to America's causes liberty equal Justice respect, for the dignity of all people brings happiness more sublime than lice fleeting pleasures are identities and sense of worth are not. Circumscribed but are enlarged by serving good causes bigger than. Ourselves fellow Americans that association has meant more to me than. Any other I lived and died a proud American We are citizens of the world's greatest Republic a, nation of ideals not blood and soil we are blessed. And are a blessing to humanity when we uphold and advanced those. Ideals at home and in the world We have helped liberate more people from tyranny and poverty than ever before in history. And we have acquired great wealth and power in the progress we weaken. Our greatness when we confuse our patriotism with, tribal rivalries that have sown resentment and hatred and violence in. All the corners of. The globe we weaken it when we hide, behind walls rather than, tear them down when. We doubt the power of our ideals rather than. Trust them to be the great force for change they have always been We are three. Hundred and twenty five million opinionated vociferous individuals, we argue and compete and sometimes even vilify each other in. Our raucous public debates But we have always had so much more in common, with each other then in disagreement if. Only we remember that and give each other the benefit of the presumption that. We all love our country we will get through these challenging times. We will come through them stronger than before we always do ten years ago I had the privilege to concede. Defeat in the election for president I want to end my. Farewell to you with heartfelt faith in Americans that I felt so powerfully that evening. I feel carfully. Still do not. Despair of our present difficulties. We believe always, in the. Promise and greatness of America because nothing is inevitable here Americans. Never quit we never surrender we never hide from history we make history farewell fellow Americans God bless you and God bless, America the words of Senator John McCain as read by Rick Davis a longtime family friend he served as Senator McCain's two thousand eight campaign manager an. Hour, after his death on Saturday President Trump tweeting, the following quote my deepest sympathies and respect go out to the family. Of Senator John, McCain our hearts and prayers are with you but, then for forty eight hours no further word from the president, prompting veterans groups to speak out from. The American Legion there was this earlier today on behalf of the American legion's. Two million wartime veterans I strongly urge you to make an appropriate. Presidential proclamation noting Senator McCain's death and legacy of service to our nation and the executive director of 'em that. To the advocacy group for veterans it's outrageous at the White. House would Mark American hero John McCain's death with a two sentence tweet making no. Mention of his. Aerobic and inspiring. Life yesterday the Washington Post. Broke the story. That. President Trump nixed any plans for eight more former White House statement from the Oval Office this morning ABC's Jonathan Karl with repeated. Questions, to President Trump thank you very much everybody No.
"rick davis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Monday Still, in the, middle of the summer doldrums, and certainly no shortage as, we launched the week today of course the death of John McCain and some very, stirring words, some very. Moving words short time ago from John McCain's former campaign. Manager and longtime personal friend Rick Davis, we have some of those the plan just a bit we have this Jacksonville shooting some well some creepy aspects of items on that will get. To, and just a quick mention here and we'll get into. It in more depth later on I was very pleased with what appears to be trade. News and a Pat on the back, in the initial round here to President Trump on the. Trade negotiations with Mahyco and the fact remains then listen you're going to need congressional approval For any, new trade pact but Trump is right has been right that NAFTA is a lousy lopsided deal and, we got the raw into the stick and really that's what opened the doors so many autumn. Automotive manufacturing jobs moving to Mexico for instance all kinds of factory positions moving to Mexico and, and billions of dollars in infrastructural spending in Mexico, not on the United States, as a, lot of the manufacturing moved and NAFTA made that possible so President Trump one hundred, percent right that it was a. Lousy deal for the United States and certainly Mexico and Canada benefited more than us and the good news is and again we'll get into this in more depth later on, during the course of the program, I've got a lot to cover But again the. Mexicans seemed to be on board here we? Have a new deal that was announced this New Mexico trade deal but again congress, is going to need to approve this and there's, also this indication that Mexico is making that in order for them to be, completely on board that Canada is going to. Have to, be part of the deal as well now I also agree, with the president, instead of, this broad vast trade deal Mexico the United States Canada I I do like the individual deal concept, that we have a deal with Mexico we have a deal with Canada and that's what the. President is indicated that he wants and Mexico is saying okay we think we have a deal, here but we want the Canadians on board as, well so is that going, to be, a prerequisite is that going to be a requirement that there has to be a. Separate again free standing deal with Canada and Trudeau. And the Canadian government before the Mexicans would fully be on board and. Listen to, a lot of pieces there's a big headline. Today and I give the president credit on that and I like it because I I agree with the, president I have that I'm tired of getting screwed over on trade across the. Globe and I do want the playing field leveled so this, is a positive, thing, but let's see, what. Happens, with Mexico with Canada and then of course our congressional approval welcome to Schnitt. Again here we are if you, wanna get it we're gonna spend some time on John. McCain and again very, very, polarizing and even comes down to the, flag for instance and how it's flying now above. On top of the White House and the? Flag has returned to full staff after it had been for a time over the, weekend at half staff And we all know the, l the, strained relationship between Trump and McCain and I had a couple of things to say over the weekend on Twitter and again I encourage you the Schnitt listener.
In final letter, McCain says he "lived and died a proud American"
"In Washington lawmakers from both parties along with, the American Legion demanded it and now President Trump has once again lower the White House flag and. Ordered all flags lowered in honor of the. Late Senator John McCain in a. Statement the president says despite their differences he respects McCain service to the country the. Late Senator left behind a posthumous. Letter it was just going to be a briefing on the, arrangements, for the salute and services but John McCain had one more message I. Lived and died a proud American. Family spokesman Rick Davis read a final, letter the Zona Republican left behind Americans never quit we. Never surrender we never hide from history we. Make history McCain, also, warned against confusing tribalism with patriotism noting this. Is a country built on an idea not blood and soil. Davis says McCain's body will lie in state, Wednesday at the. Arizona capitol which will remain open. As long as people Line I'm warning eleven. And there are emotional tributes already to, the Senator on the Senate floor this afternoon majority, leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate, will never be the same one of the very honest gentleman, with whom I've had the honor to serve We will not forget him I considered are privileged to return some small share of the love the John. Poured out for this
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"rick davis" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Freezing cold tonight cure soul And back to your phone calls, here in just a, second but I don't have to hurry through this. At, least not as, much as I had. A hurry through it again Washington Post January twentieth. Two thousand eight this is the year McCain, is running for, president the second time they headline aid helped controversial Russian meet. McCain A top political adviser and Senator. McCain's presidential campaign helped. Arrange an introduction in two thousand six between McCain and a Russian billionaire this is two years prior, to McCain. Running the billionaire in Russia with suspected links to anti democratic and organized crime figures so controversial the US government, revoked his visa. This is Darris Pasqua. You've heard his name mentioned in relation to the. Trump Tower meeting that Don Jr. hand was, Russians Rick Davis McCain's campaign manager also in two, thousand Rick Davis campaign manager for McCain helped set up the meeting. Between McCain and the Russian oligarch the aluminum magnate Oleg Dera Pasqua in Switzerland during an international economic conference at the time Rick Davis McCain's campaign manager was working for a lobbying firm Davis Manafort and seeking to do business with the Russian billionaire there. A Pasco was grateful for the introduction, to McCain writing a thank you note to Rick Davis and his partner Paul Manafort. And offering. To assist them in a subsequent. Business deal according to. A copy of the note obtained by the Washington Post with. A net worth of more than thirteen, billion dollars Derek Pasqua is one, of the richest men in Russia and is a close ally of. Ladimir Putin why what do you think was happening why we're the Russians involved in the McCain campaign in two thousand eight But wait folks this gets even better McCain has been one of Putin's sharpest US critics calling for Russia to be kicked out of the group of eight. Industrialized nations because of Putin's anti-democratic activities McCain has also repeatedly complained about, the negative impact of crinoline linked guards like this guy, Darrow Pasqua when Darren Pasqua met, McCain Rick Davis was part of Davis Manafort a lobbying firm being paid to provide political advice to pro, Russian and oligarchy. Funded candidates in Ukraine Davis firm Davis Manafort provided political advice to a pro Russian party in Ukraine during a parliamentary election in two thousand six McCain on the other hand backed president Viktor you should. Kinko a western oriented reformer who led two thousand four is orange revolution, which overturned what he and his allies considered an election, stolen but the party helped by. Davis's firm now let me connect the dots here for you ladies and gentlemen because the story goes on Dera pasqua In two thousand six wrote to Rick Davis of Davis Manafort Other words in. Two thousand six Dera Pasqua wrote to Davis and his partner Paul Manafort to thank them for arranging the meeting Thank you very much for setting up everything in clusters. So spectacularly Davis road is very interesting to meet senators McCain Chambliss and sununu in such an intimate setting that was. Derek Pasqua thanking Davis is setting up this meeting Seven months later August two thousand six Davis Rick. Davis of Davis Manafort present again at a social gathering, attended, by McCain and Dera Pasqua this time in Montenegro another eastern European. Country in which Davis's firm was working So McCain's campaign, manager Rick Davis of. Davis Manafort is arranging introductions between McCain and a Russian oligarch Oleg their. Best A Pasqua thanking Davis for all of the excess Davis was McCain's campaign manager from July two thousand seven to November two. Thousand eight before that he, was. A McCain adviser so let's review Donald Trump fires Paul Manafort after three months as his campaign manager because of, his lobbying efforts for Russian aligned leaders in Ukraine when Trump, finds out about if he, gets rid, of Manafort meanwhile McCain kept Rick Davis On has his campaign manager, for more than a year Even though Davis was a partner in, manafort's lobbying firm and Davis is still to this day managing partner of Davis Manafort Because, Manafort hasn't been accused of trying to get Trump to meet with Russians but Rick Davis succeeded, in having Russians meet McCain Rick Davis hooked up a notorious Russian oligarch important pal with John, McCain a couple, of times including on, a yacht Were they were celebrating McCain seventieth birthday but, would you like, to know the kicker to this the kicker is that when government law enforcement found out about it they warned McCain That there might be a bad? Guy Russian actor that he's in Iraq they warned McCain who this, guy might be They did. Not plant or imbed spies in the McCain campaign, to try to get McCain doing. Deals with Russia, or Dera Pasqua they warned McCain day did not warn. Donald Trump But does anybody find it fascinating that Paul Manafort who works for Trump for all the three months, and never once facilitated meeting Between Trump and any Russians It manafort's partner is a longstanding member of McCain's inner circle and did arrange such things And we have to remember too that when the Steele dossier when it first became known McCain was one of those who. Dispatched somebody from his office to go to the UK. And get a copy of it McCain was one of the early believers in the dossier This is so thick. Folks at murky that seeing to the bottom of this With the naked eye is next to impossible but Here we have Davis Manafort involved in two thousand six in two thousand eight in the McCain, campaign In McCain knowingly palling around and being introduced. A Dera Pasqua nobody thinks his big deal nobody thinks the. Russians are trying to affect the campaign no. Banks. Are Russians are trying to mess with the election nobody thinks the Russians are trans sabotage anything And now the same people Who were not introduced a Trump and were not brought, to Trump center circle not but. Not for lack of trying the same people are now said to be actively, attempting to undermine American elections By trying to make. Deals with Trump and have Trump blackmail or whatever silly charges they're making here About Trump Russia collusion. And Trump Russia meddling but, we didn't hear anything about McCain and Russian meddling in two thousand eight even though it was happening then, even more widespread than it ever did with Trump and with the same players Manafort and his partner Rick Davis and all like Dera Pasqua Nobody raised an eyebrow Nobody had the slightest problem. With any of it you gotta perfunctory, warning, from the, government hey Senator McCain you, might wanna, be careful a. Dangerous Russian oligarch guy, they all have yachts you gotta be real careful, getting on things Senator but duller net new just thought you'd like to know Same players same efforts, but when, it happened in. The McCain campaign nothing, to see here no Russian collusion no Russian meddling, no nothing of course there wasn't a McCain dossier either Anyway let me take. A break we'll come back all, us some. Some time on the phones and we'll get, to that immediately upon. Getting back he, didn't start it. But he'll. Be happy. To finish it rush, on the Network, Rush Limbaugh on the voice of. New York seven ten Okay folks the dog days. Of summer are here but autumn leaves will.
"rick davis" Discussed on KSRO
"Hearing some of Senator. John McCain's last words his spokesman Rick Davis, just read a letter McCain dictated. Shortly before his death that's. John McCain humble along with being a warrior services for McCain will start. On Wednesday when he lies in state in Arizona's capital he'll be laid to rest. Sunday at the US Naval Academy, President Trump says the US has struck a new trade deal, with Mexico the preliminary agreement announced today by President Trump would. Be just the US and Mexico leaving, out the, third NAFTA, partners Canada Canada has not been a part of the latest negotiations but President Trump said of Canada wants to quote negotiate fairly he would sit, down for talks ABC's, Karen Travers so far no specifics have been released liberty island where the statue of liberty stands in New York City is. Being evacuated after several propane tanks caught fire, the flames are out but, the fire department. Decided it would be safer if. Everyone got off the island, at, the, US tennis. Open and upset I seed Simona How up. Out Scott gold I'm. Chuck Hamlett CNBC that possible trade deal with Mexico is. Playing well on Wall Street the Dow is. Up two hundred fifty nine the NASDAQ seventy one. The s. p. twenty two the administration says the, deal goes to congress Friday whether or not Canada signs on automaker stocks are soaring Chrysler Ford GM all up three to four percent because now there's some certainty that cars could still come into the US from, south of the. Border tesla though not. Higher it's down two percent Ilan must dumped the news Friday night that tesla will not go private after all moose jaw cells names like Patagonia north. Face and other expensive brands you can now find them. Today on WalMart dot com, which moose jaw last year. The US open tennis tournament now underway in, New York with something special the, biggest open purse. Ever fifty three million dollars each singles, winner will get. Three point. Eight million dollars second place finishers we'll get about half that, amount to not so. Bad Chuck Hamlett CNBC Howdy Folks Colonel Sanders here and boy do I ever deal. For you the deal with, this deal is that you get both breast and whole wing choose my new one hundred percents white, meat Campsie deal, you also get. Dealt mashed potatoes and gravy a. Biscuit a cookie and a drink with his here deal. I can't deal deal forever though so you. Have to go to KFC soon to get the. Two piece all white meat and it's only available, for a limited time deal feel KFC it's finger tax at.
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"Have a story, here from January twenty five two thousand. Eight from the Washington Post now I'm not going to be able to get all this in. Before the next upcoming, break, headline aid, helped controversial. Russian meet McCain By the way warning warning this is not a critical piece or comment from me on Senator McCain. It's not what this is ready. A top political. Advisor in Senator John McCain's presidential campaign helped arrange, an introduction in two thousand six between. McCain and a Russian billionaire who's suspected links to anti democratic and organized crime figures are so. Controversial the US government, revoked, his visa Rick davis Who is now McCain's. Campaign manager, remember this the two thousand eight Rick Davis who by the way is the Davis in, Manafort Davis LLC Not to be confused with Rick gates this is Rick Davis of Manafort Davis McCain's campaign manager Washington. Post Rick Davis McCain's campaign manager helped set up the encounter between, McCain and, Russian aluminum magnet. Oleg Dera scout does the? Name sound familiar Pasqua was involved, in the, so-called Russian Trump. Tower meeting with Trump junior Rick Davis McCain's campaign who is also his campaign manager in two thousand eight I'm sorry in two thousand two thousand. Eight two thousand his campaign manager ju- thousand and two thousand eight Set up the, encounter between McCain and Russian aluminum oligarch Oleg Deripaska in Switzerland. During an international economic conference at the time Rick Davis was working for a lobbying firm Davis Manafort on.
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"Now i'm warning there to compete with him yes or no answer very quickly will this fight happened on saturday this fight will happen now i don't know like you're ready because once he loses there's going to be crazy what jones running up and down sunset boulevard welcome back we are joined now by fox was greg jennings superbowl champion rick davis let's move to the cowboys why not just kicked off training camp up the road here before we have several issues dez bryant raised eyebrows friday showing up late to practice supposedly because of a sinus infections this after ezekiel elliott accused of punching somebody in a bar last week while already under investigation for domestic violence not the jerry jones sounds concern or anything i reviewed everything as you know he's had his complete prison there is absolutely nothing not one thing that i've seen that has anything to do with domestic about my opinion is there is not even an issue he said she said in mopping there's not even a nation thin all wedlock will all the chaos negatively affect the cowboys there i really don't think so i think this is starting to smell like the cowboys of the 1990s and you know all we need is michael irvin walking out of a hotel with some topless models will be the 1990s will all the super bowl all the success look where jerry jones in a lot of successful football teams at the collagen pro level have all kinds of chaos going on super talented players generally speaking demonstrate that town at a very young age and start getting pampered in the rules don't apply to them.