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"russell fry" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"They decided to stick with the car that they knew through testing. They brought that into the first few rounds. They now the results when they could, while Red Bull had a few of our business problems built up a big lead, then they did start throwing developments on. Obviously the rear wing in Canada, which might leclerc very quick and they have been basically quicker every race. And I think we're going to have, we're going to get to the end of the season. It's going to be one of those years where we're probably going to have more good and great races than we've had for many a season. Lots of good individual fights because the cars are close. And then you look at the challenging points and go, that looks like a Red Bull walk over, but it isn't in terms of pace. It's nip and top, but as you say, it's all about the execution, which is what brings me back to the please hand the Ferraris over to Mercedes and let them run them. Right, okay. Now listen, what a Luke has been very patient and listen to all of this. And I do feel because it is hard. We commentate on the action. But Alex and Luke and Matt do have are in the paddock every weekend. A new in press conferences or whatever, looking these people in the eye. So I'm not asking you to go hard, hard in on them. Unless you want to. Ultimately, you have relationships. You do, but yeah, but that should never, it should never pull away from our journalistic integrity. And I know. But you are still, you are a nice person, and you have to go and work with these people. With these people, lovely man. You know, you've heard just say that at some point, the drivers are got it almost take control of this, you know, you've heard Kev saying put him on anything but hard, whether it's because, you know, run medium soft soft because Lewis was one and a half seconds quicker than those ahead who had managing tires. Could they have done a dash with two, you know, done a three stop. Okay, Luke, here we go. Why on earth did Ferrari get it this wrong with the hard tyres? Because they relied on their simulations and their data as opposed to the real world situation and what was actually happening. And their instincts. And that was the big difference today between Ferrari and Red Bull. And so if we wind it back to middle of the race, leclerc's past Russell, science is closing down and Russell fry looking pretty good for a one, two finish at that point. The difficulty there for Ferrari was that because they'd started the race on mediums and then gone for another set of mediums that their first pit stop, they had to go for either soft or hard because as per the rules you have to use two different tyre compounds in a race. That's just how it is. So then they basically did face a bit of a position where they said, well, do we want to extend that medium stint out longer and then we go on to sauce for the final step, which is what they ultimately did with science or do we go for the hard tyre. Now Verstappen pitted at the end of lap 38 and that that I think scared for our a little bit because they saw his pace, they saw how close he was guessing. And they thought we need to cover him off with Charles because Charlotte is the man fighting max for the world championship. So they responded one lap later brought him in at the end of lap 39. And that was where the race was lost. And at that point, they had 31 laps to make it to the finish on a set of tires. So obviously you had to go for the hearts. Their data, they looked at that point and Matteo bonato explained this afterwards. He said that they knew that it would be a tricky sort of warmup phase and everything with the hard tie, it would be difficult for them to get it into the right window. So it might for a couple of laps to be quite difficult. He then said there was predicted to be a ten to 11 lap stint where the hard tyre will be slower than the medium so it would place the advantage of Verstappen of Russell around them who are already on the medium compound tyre. But after that, the hard would be the quicker tyres. So you've got 11 laps of, yeah, a bit of short term pain. Hopefully try and keep that track position. But then afterwards, you've got the better tyre to get you to the end of the race. So they rely completely on their numbers. But what they didn't do was look at what other teams are done with the hard tyre. As early as lap 6, Kevin Magnussen for Haas came into the pit, it's put on the hards, and it was nowhere. Absolutely no, it was so clear just how bad those tyres were. Magnussen, Mick Schumacher's teammate, both did that. You saw Alpine they put Alonso and ocon on too hard because they wanted to go for a one stock strategy. In their defense, it did work, but only just like they nearly got beaten by an Aston Martin, which is like crazy given they'd locked out the third row of the grid. And it was quite clear just how poor those tyres were. Losing so much time in the early part of that stint. You saw Ricciardo squeeze past both of the alpines while they were squabbling, but again, he had a much quicker tyre. But said that he was asked, did you not see what Alpine had done? Oh, we better avoid that. And he said, yeah, we always look at what's going on, like the strategies never written in stone. But I don't buy that because you hear Ferrari always saying, oh, you're on to plan ABCDE and it goes right the way through. And there just doesn't seem to be that kind of flexibility that I think it was quite clear that if you go onto the hard, you're going to be in a world of trouble. And it was just a massive, massive own goal, and Kev, I think you got it absolutely boss on. Just put anything but the hard compound tyre on there because it was clear what was going to happen. And particularly when they were so close in terms of track position, that warmup phase was always going to be costly, and it was leclerc was munched by Verstappen in what a lap and then Verstappen spun and then re overtook him. So it was pretty crazy seeing what was going on there. And what for me was even more telling was the fact that Red Bull had actually planned to start Verstappen on hearts. They were going to do that. But on the laps to the grid, we saw Verstappen got a little bit wide, a turn too, similar to how he did in his first lap in Q three. On a set of softs and he said to the team, that didn't feel very good. There's not much grip out there. Let's on a set of soft. So let's maybe rethink starting on hards. They were like, yep, absolutely changed the strategy completely. And one in the race, because they trusted their drive, they trusted gut instinct and they didn't say, well, no, the numbers say this, therefore, that's what we do. There was actually a bit more sort of human thought going into it. So yeah, I think it was a massive, massive own goal from Ferrari and Mathieu bonato said after the race that this was the first race all season they didn't stand a chance of winning, because the cool conditions played against the car, the pace was no good. Science, the fact that he did run that medium stint longer for the second stint and then went onto the sauce at the end and still didn't finish on the podium, proved it. But actually, you still need to maximize points, Red Bull in Austria. They didn't have the quickest car, they weren't able to match what the Ferrari said in the race. Verstappen still came away second, the only lost 7 points to leclerc. Instead, Ferrari have lost so much ground today and I just think there needs to be more there needs to look at what they're doing. They need to be more flexible and trust their drivers. If Charles is saying leukemia on the mediums, keep them out on the mediums. If he loses it, that's on him, but it just seemed like they just were too reliant on numbers and simulations as opposed to actual feedback and real world experience. And do you know that reminds me of actually, ironically, 1998 Hungarian Grand Prix when it was the other way around when McLaren you felt that it appeared where they were just always going by the numbers. And I put it into the machine and this tells me what I must do. And Ross Braun goes, we need some clean air Michael and bringing you in, you're going on a street stop. Can you do 20 odd qualify laps, please? McLaren got themselves all knickers in the twist, brought the cars in the wrong order at a bad stop, didn't get me out the way when David Coulthard had more pace. I managed to get both their cars behind and took one of his great wins. Because it was flexible in its agile responding to the situations, and that's what, you know, as Luke says, that's what Red Bull
"russell fry" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"I want you to know this that I mean this. I choose my words carefully because I don't want to throw around a word like evil. Loosely or lightly. I know there are people who are convinced that many Democrats are demon rats or demon crats their satanic, their evil, I know there are and listen, it's hard for me as a pro life Republican to understand justifying a late term abortion. That's really hard for me. I've always been able to understand at least the debate behind. When life begins. That's a debate that is, you know, that has merit. I believe life begins at conception, but that creates all kinds of shades of gray and complications. If you believe that abortion is the taking of a human life as I do, well, you could spend a lot of time then dealing with or should doctors be charged with murder, should women who have their babies aborted. You know what I mean? It gets very, it's not an easy conversation. But it is easy for me to say that if you're an elected legislator and you want to put your political opponents literally in harm's way, that's
South Carolina Rep. Tom Rice Loses GOP Primary
"Have. And speaking of pitiful, I guess Tom rice in South Carolina found out the hard way trying to impeach Trump over January 6th wasn't a very good career move. Tom rice, the 5 term South Carolina congressman defeated by Russell fry last night. So big night in Nevada for president Trump's endorsed candidate. It was a big night for president Trump period. And the red wave is coming, in fact, it's already here. It's a little bit like recession. We keep hearing things are coming, but they're
"russell fry" Discussed on WCPT 820
"I'm Rita foley It looks like the cost of home loans car loans and many other things are about to go up The fed is expected to announce today that it's raising interest rates maybe a lot The AP's Sagar Meghani traders expect the Central Bank to boost its short term rate by three quarters of a percentage point triple the usual margin the fed scrambling to help get prices under control after being criticized for moving too slowly on inflation Some traders worry aggressive action now might cool the economy so much that it tips into recession The AP's Sagar Meghani the price of gas is higher than it's ever been says the triple-A 5 O one a gallon This morning President Biden is telling U.S. oil refiners their profits have tripled and it's time for them to produce more gasoline and diesel Former president Trump scored and some of yesterday's primaries in which he backed candidates the AP's Julie Walker In South Carolina Trump helped score a victory for Russell fry and in the process knocked out 5 term incumbent congressman Tom rice who backed his second impeachment But another incumbent that the former president sought to defeat in a neighboring district represented Nancy mace held back the challenger in Nevada Trump's pick former state attorney general Adam laxalt who has embraced lies about the 2020 election won the nomination for a pivotal Senate seat against a candidate endorsed by the states Republican Party I'm Julie Walker The unprecedented flooding the drove thousands of visitors out of Yellowstone National Park may keep the park closed for a week The park superintendent says he's heard the flooding is a 1000 year event That fears heat from Michigan to northern Florida is expected to last through the middle of the week he'd advisories warnings and watches are affecting more than 100 million Americans This is a P news In China heavy rain has led to 6 deaths and forced hundreds of thousands to evacuate The AP's Charles De Ledesma is overseas Video on state broadcaster CCTV has shown large parts of cities flooded in Muddy Waters and rescue workers carrying trapped people out of buildings on their backs in waste deep water in Wang dong province in the southeast state media has reported 5 deaths in the region a house collapse took three lives while two perished in a landslide China regularly experiences seasonal rains and flooding during the summer most frequently in central and southern areas I'm Charles De Ledesma Here at home retailers are marking down a mounting inventory of.
"russell fry" Discussed on WTOP
"75 at DuPont circle now and Germantown has had 72 outside our studios It's 79° It's 8 41 Election 2022 Republican congressman Tom rice of South Carolina has lost his GOP primary price becomes the first of the ten House Republicans who voted to impeach Donald Trump over the January 6th insurrection to lose a reelection bid The 5 term congressman was beaten by state representative Russell fry who was endorsed by Trump Also in South Carolina congresswoman Nancy mace won her GOP primary over at Trump backed challenger mace had angered the former president by criticizing him but has since tried to make amends Trump congratulated her last night and predicted she would win in November New York's highest court has rejected former president Trump's last ditch effort to avoid testifying in the state attorney general's civil investigation into his business practices That decision clears the way for his deposition next month The New York Court of Appeals ruled that there was no substantial constitutional question that would warrant its intervention in the matter following an intermediate appellate court's ruling last month and forcing a subpoena for Trump's testimony Now the former president and his two eldest children Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr. agreed last week to answer questions under oath starting July 15th unless the Court of Appeals decided to step in Allowed and county judge has taken the rare step of disqualifying the loudoun county Commonwealth's attorney's office from a criminal case But the Commonwealth's attorney is fighting back Loudoun county Commonwealth's attorney but a biberi is asking the state Supreme Court to overturn the judge's order which tossed her team and asked fock care county to handle the case They need to direct.
GOP's Rice loses, Mace stays on after challenges by Trump-endorsed candidates
"I'm Jennifer King reporting South Carolina splits the difference between two Trump targets and Tuesday's primaries 5 term U.S. representative Tom rice who supported the second impeachment of Donald Trump was defeated in the GOP primary for South Carolina's 7th congressional district which includes Myrtle Beach This see doesn't belong to me It belongs to the voters right And so it's what they want not what I want Audio courtesy WPD Rice lost a state representative Russell fry who was backed by Trump but U.S. representative Nancy mace who criticized the former president over his role in the January 6th insurrection held on to her seat in South Carolina's first district defeating Trump back challenger Katie arrington Maestro endorsements from high profile Republicans like Mick mulaney and Nikki Haley Trump did congratulate mace on her victory and predicted she would win in November To see that unity come forth is a really big deal to keeping our party together and moving forward in the low country and winning in November Audio courtesy IV I'm Jennifer King
Laxalt's Nevada win sets up fierce race for Senate control
"Former president Trump scores in some of yesterday's primaries where he backed candidates in South Carolina Trump helped score a victory for Russell fry and in the process knocked out 5 term incumbent congressman Tom rice who backed his second impeachment But another incumbent that the former president sought to defeat in a neighboring district represented Nancy mace held back the challenger in Nevada Trump's pick former state attorney general Adam laxalt who has embraced lies about the 2020 election won the nomination for a pivotal Senate seat against a candidate endorsed by the states Republican Party in Maine Republican former governor Paul Lepage who boasts he was Trump before Trump wants his old job back and won the primary setting up a showdown with Democrat incumbent Janet mills I'm Julie
"russell fry" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"After voting to impeach Trump, Tom rice loses House seat to Russell fry in the South Carolina Republican primary. By Meg canard, Associated Press, Charleston, South Carolina. U.S. representative Tom rice of South Carolina has been ousted from Congress and his Republican primary after voting to impeach Donald Trump over the January 6th insurrection. He is the first of the ten House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump to lose a reelection bid. Rice, a 5 term congressman, was defeated Tuesday by state representative Russell fry, who was endorsed by Trump. Rice was a strong supporter of Trump's policies in Washington, but said he was left no choice but to impeach Trump over his failure to calm the mob that violently sought to stop the certification of Joe Biden's victory. U.S. representative Nancy mace of South Carolina also angered Trump, but she sought to make amends and won her GOP primary over her own Trump backed challenger. Another race is Tuesday, democratic representative Dina Titus and Nevada handily defeated her progressive challenger, while Republican representative Mark amade, won his primary against the son of one of the state's most famous sports figures. In Maine, a former Republican congressman is hoping to reclaim his seat in November and a rematch with the Democrat who defeated him four years ago. And Texas, Republican Myra Flores, narrowed Nancy Pelosi's democratic majority in the House by winning a special primary election to serve the remaining months of former democratic representative philemon velas term. Key congressional races in Tuesday's primary elections in Maine, Nevada, South Carolina, and Texas. Two South Carolina Republicans who crossed Trump have different fates. Rice, who attracted a half dozen GOP challengers after his vote to impeach Trump, had stood by his decision, acknowledging that it could lead to his ouster, but, saying he followed his conscience. Fry the House majority whip has served in the South Carolina state House since 2015. Trump had campaigned with fry earlier this year in the 7th congressional district, a Republican stronghold that includes the tourist hotspot of Myrtle Beach and a number of inland rural areas. Trump had vowed revenge against the ten House Republicans who crossed party lines to impeach him, for of the ten decided against seeking reelection. A 5th, representative David valadao of California is still waiting to hear the results of his primary election from last week. He is fighting for the second spot in a race where the top two finishers advance to the general election in November. Trump had less luck in his quest to oust mace, who managed to hold off a primary challenge Tuesday from former state representative Katie arrington and South Carolina's first congressional district, which includes Charleston, despite his anger toward mace for criticizing him over his role in the January 6th capitol insurrection, he congratulated her Tuesday and predicted she would win in November. In her victory speech, mace thanked her high profile endorsers, including former UN ambassador Nikki Haley, and former White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney..
"russell fry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Tom rice of South Carolina has been ousted from Congress in his Republican primary after voting to impeach Donald Trump over the January 6th insurrection The 5 term congressman was defeated Tuesday by state representative Russell fry who was endorsed by Trump Frey received 51% while rice got 25% The Senate may have found a formula to get Republicans on board with a gun safety Bill Bloomberg's head Baxter reports Minority leader Mitch McConnell is making noises that make it sound like he will support it Just people who own guns And support for the provisions of the framework is off the charts Overwhelming He says it's wording I think if this framework becomes the actual piece of legislation it's a step forward A step forward on a bipartisan basis And majority leader Chuck Schumer says it will be brought to the floor quickly In San Francisco I met Baxter Bloomberg radio New York squirt of appeals rejected former president Trump's attempt to avoid testifying and state attorney general's investigation Loyola law professor Laurie Levinson says the state's high court ruled there was no constitutional question It looks like it's the end of the life of former president Donald Trump who's been trying to delay or avoid giving a deposition in the New York State attorney general's civil investigation of his business practices Loyola law university professor Laurie Levinson New York attorney general letitia James civil probe is looking into the Trump family real estate business The number and rate of U.S. abortions increase from 2017 to 2020 after a long decline according to the institute counted about 930,000 abortions in the U.S. in 2020 Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios this is global news 24 hours a day on air And on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and.
"russell fry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To bring in Michael barnow to tell us what else is going on in New York and around the world John thank you very much U.S. representative Tom rice of South Carolina has been ousted from Congress in his Republican primary after voting to impeach Donald Trump over the January 6th insurrection The 5 term congressman was defeated by Trump backed state representative Russell fry for I received 51% while rice got 25% Meanwhile representative Nancy may clear the 50% threshold to avoid a runoff against Trump backed Katie arrington Republican Jim marchant who made false claims about the 2020 election is advancing to the general election for Nevada's Secretary of State If marchand wins he would oversee future elections in the state New York governor Kathy hochul is about to get a big endorsement today and the governor's race New York City mayor Eric Adams is set to make the announcement to endure his whole in a joint news conference Two police officers in El Monte California died after responding to a possible stabbing and a motel El Monte interim police chief Ben Lowry says the officers were fired upon by the suspect He used to heroes paid the ultimate sacrifice today they were murdered by a coward and we are grieving and it hurts Chief lawry says the suspect was also killed The Senate may have found a formula to get Republicans on board with a gun safety Bill Bloomberg's head Baxter reports Minority leader Mitch McConnell is making noises that make it sound like he will support it Just people who own guns And support for the provisions of the framework is off the charts Overwhelming He says it's wording I think if this framework becomes the actual piece of legislation it's a step forward A step forward on a bipartisan basis And majority leader Chuck Schumer says it will be brought to the floor quickly In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak The pain at the gas pump continues for the New York metro area according to triple-A prices rose to a record 5 21 overnight and 5 50 in Manhattan Former president Trump's bid to hold depositions next month in a New York State probe of his family's real estate business was rejected by the state's highest court to lower courts have already rejected the claim that the probe by New York attorney general letitia James a Democrat is politically motivated Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Barr in this is Bloomberg jun All right Michael.
"russell fry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now here's Michael Barr with more on what's going on around the world Michael Thank you very much Nathan in South Carolina congressman Tom rice is out The 5 term incumbent who voted to impeach Donald Trump for the January 6th insurrection was defeated by Trump backed Russell fry fry got 51% while rice got 25% The leaders of 7 NATO nations from across Europe pledged their continued support for Ukraine They agreed to step up military supplies and provide more heavy weapons to the war torn country In baseball the Yankees and mets won the Red Sox beat the a's Orioles and giants were also winners the nationals lost Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Barr in this is Bloomberg John Michael 5 49 on Wall Street we are lying for the Bloomberg interactive broker studios this is Bloomberg daybreak Well monetary policy firmly in focus this morning on certainty a bit elevated heading into the fed decision today And of course those are the European Central Bank meeting taking place this morning This is an emergency meeting Let's break it all down for you this morning We're joined by Anthony dweck the flow bank chief investment officer if we could just head over to Europe for a moment as there a sense of panic as the policymakers in Europe Holden in emergency meeting this morning Good morning I wouldn't say panic I think what we've heard from the ECB is that they didn't want to tell us or tell the markets too far in advance what tools they were going to use because they thought it lost effectiveness But what we're really seeing is a divergence of the needs of different countries from the ECB We have Northern Europe that needs higher rates and we have southern Europe and of course Italy as the biggest example that needs rates to stay low And so the blowout in Italian spreads is threatening the financial stability of Europe It's the last big election that we're going to have probably next year but after Germany and France those are finished now Italy's in the spotlight And so I think it's a way for the ECB to maintain something of a hawkish tone in terms of rate hikes and fighting inflation because they do have that 2% mandate but at the same time that financial stability is important And they're going to discuss tools including reinvestment from the PPP or other to try to contain those spreads especially in Italy Yeah the headlines earlier is that the ECB would look at the PEP the pandemic reinvestments That kind of underwhelms seasonal that the bank intends to do more than that The latest headline that's coming out of the ECB emergency meeting they'll discuss crisis strategy as well as reinvestments of the pandemic pandemic era investments The Italian bond yields dropping back close to the lows of the day and the wake of that report Let's switch now SD if we could to the Federal Reserve what is your expectation 75 basis points Seems to be the market bet right now I think that's what we're going to get I think at this point the last three days so much press has come out in that direction It would actually underwhelm the market to get only 50 basis points And you can feel that that may CPI even though the core did come down a little bit that headline number really not coming down at all And worrying everyone from consumers that University of Michigan survey with the one year expectation jumping as well And that means the fed has to act They've said they want to front load the hikes So they're going to do that even more so And it means that maybe 75 isn't off the table either for July depending on how the next couple of weeks looks and how the PC comes out Can you dive into stocks and risk assets at this point You know the May rebound was very nice but we'd been saying that there was always a bad headline that could come and that could scare the markets again The CPI was obviously top of that list You have a market that where sentiment is already extremely fragile The growth fears and the recession fears are rising and the fact that inflation isn't coming down as fast as anyone liked or coming down at all That's another conversation It means the fed has to keep hiking aggressively and that's exacerbating the fears about growth about a recession risk in the U.S. which I don't think will happen this year The slowing is already starting And that combination just sort of gave the excuse to the markets that almost wanted the May bounds to be bear market rally to retreat So another couple of weeks under pressure not sure I mean the fed the market is really looking to see where that terminal rate is going to be Anything below 4% probably a positive at this point given the market expectations And not that many catalysts to give a lot of good news maybe the ECB will see if that carries over elsewhere if there is more bond buying action and that does seem a little more likely than it was a couple of days ago But a lot of waiting time for the markets to get any kind of positive catalyst for now More volatility ahead it sounds like asty to act flow bank chief investment officer Thanks for very much for being with us this morning Nathan All right John thank you It's 5 53 on Wall Street time for our Bloomberg law report Let's get to the legal stories we're watching this morning Here's Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger.
"russell fry" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I'm James Sears at 2 o'clock Despite the rising mercury some city pools remain closed and a new challenger in the race for Chicago mayor WGN traffic expressways and hallways in good shape right now no accidents to report Just watch out for road construction The city's pools aren't offering much relief from the heat because many of them are closed because of that lifeguard shortage The Chicago park district recently offered $500 signing boses bonuses to recruit lifeguards but the district's website shows many of the pools closed last summer and there are no plans to reopen them this summer 15th word alderman ray Lopez I am very concerned that they are not going to be providing our youth with safe opportunities to enjoy water in the parks And they're going to turn to other things like opening hydrants the park district says it continues to recruit lifeguards and is currently evaluating staffing numbers It could be a long time before some people in suburban bellwood are allowed back in their apartments Monday's strong storms ripped part of the roof off their building at the corner of 24th in Washington The Salvation army and Red Cross are helping residents who are displaced one person suffered minor injuries but is expected to be okay The storm also left behind a mess at Brookfield zoo down trees and other debris scattered across the grounds forcing officials there to delay yesterday's opening while workers cleared pathways and exhibits The zoo says all the animals and staff are safe A Chicago firefighter and father of 5 who was shot back in September has died W James Ryan burrow reports On September 11th 2021 Timothy island a two year veteran with the Chicago fire department was off duty and leaving a family birthday party when he was shot in the face His 15 year old niece was also heard in the drive by shooting in October WGN TV spoke with family members who indicated island was talking again and on the road to recovery A GoFundMe page raised $37,000 to pay for medical expenses However Tuesday the Chicago fire department confirmed island died calling the shooting a senseless act no arrests have been made WGN news there's been a lot of focus on South Carolina's primary elections yesterday with races there seen as the latest test of former president Trump's brand power Congressman Tom rice who voted to impeach Trump in connection to the January 6th riot lost to challenger Russell fry who's backed by the former president And GOP congresswoman Nancy mace meanwhile who's criticized the ex-president defeated the Trump endorsed candidate Katie Arlington Community activist Jim Al Green is jumping into the race for Chicago mayor again He says he may not have all the experience as this challenger but he has the right experience The experience from the community the experience fighting for the community and those who've had all of that political experience let me tell you look at our city and tell me what they've done with it It is time for us to finally have a community mayor The 26 year old ran in 2019 but dropped out weeks before the election a large part of his platform revolves around preventing people from moving out of the city Greene joins a crowded field of 8 other candidates It'll look a little different driving past the Art Institute for a while That's because the two bronze line statues flanking the front entrance were removed yesterday We're getting a steam cleaning at a facility in force park we'll also get a coat of wax preservative The whole process will take a bit more than a month WGN sports Caitlin sharkey The White Sox made it two in a row over the tigers beating Detroit 5 one Tuesday night the stocks go for the sweep this afternoon The cubs on the other hand lost their 8th in a row last night Wilson Contreras Homer twice Kyle Hendricks pitched well in his return but the cubs bullpen gave up 11 runs in the 12 5 loss And the wolves are headed back to the Calder cup finals after beating Stockton three zero Caitlin sharkey WGN sports The forecast from the WG and Chicago weather center meteorologist Demetrius ivory We're expecting high temperatures to reach the mid.
"russell fry" Discussed on WTOP
"Rob wood fork The Atlanta Braves haven't just come into nationals park for the last two of their 13 straight wins They're having a home run Derby at the Nats expense Ozuna hits one to deep left field Forget about it for the second night in a row The braves go back to back And in fact hit 5 home runs for the second night in a row Dave jagler on 1500 a.m. that was the braves ten four victory and what you heard was one of three homers rookie Jackson tatro gave up in his major league debut Dave Martinez I think he was a little bit amped up He was a little bit erratic and next starting will be much better because I think he'll settle down a little bit because Harvey was elevated but his stuff was good But not good enough to avoid losing his first career start which of course he got because Steven Strasburg is now officially on the 15 day injured list with a stress reaction of the ribs that will get a look from a specialist The Orioles held on for a 6 5 win in Toronto led by Ryan mount castle's three hit night The mystics easily rebounded from Sunday's overtime loss beating the Phoenix mercury 83 65 in Elena delle donne's return to the lineup The first day of commander's mandatory mini camp was without hold out Terry mclaurin but Logan Thomas as he works his way back from a devastating knee injury is very happy to be nearing a return to a stacked offense We got a lot of talent in the football aspect of it and the offenses clicking and just want to be a part of it So a week one would be great but if not so be it It's a capital's reunion in Las Vegas where the golden knights GM George mcphee is Irene Bruce Cassidy as the head coach as he did here in Washington 20 years ago Rob woodfork WTO sports The top stories we're following for you tonight on WTO breaking news and amber alert has been issued tonight out of fairfax county as police look for a three year old girl who they say was taken from her home in the fort hunt area Virginia state police say Emilia Krause known as Mimi is believed to be in extreme danger and with her mother You can see their photos and descriptions of two cars they may be traveling in at WTO P dot com Congressman Tom rice of South Carolina has been ousted from Congress in his Republican primary after voting to impeach former president Donald Trump over the January 6th insurrection He is the first of the ten House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump to lose a reelection bid rice a 5 term congressman was defeated today by state representative Russell fry who was endorsed by mister Trump A loudoun county judge has taken the rare step of disqualifying the loudoun county Commonwealth's attorney's office from a criminal case the Commonwealth's attorney is asking the Virginia Supreme Court to overturn the judge's order stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes.
"russell fry" Discussed on WTOP
"P just a quick update on South Carolina there are a couple of Republican members of Congress incumbents who are running again obviously and they are being challenged by people backed by Donald Trump He in one case incumbent Nancy mace in the first district she is in the lead 54% over the Trump backed Katie arrington with 44% So that incumbent may stay alive although there are still a lot of ballots to count in that race And in the other one 7th district Republican primary incumbent Tom Reich currently in second place 26% of the vote to Russell fry backed by Donald Trump with 46% You need to keep in mind that somebody's got to get to 50% in these races or there's going to be a runoff But Tom Wright could be in trouble tonight We'll keep watching it for you Efforts to free one of the WNBA's most prominent stars on the part of the U.S. it suffered a setback in Russia Brittany griner for now staying in Russia A Russian court has ordered American basketball player Brittany griner to be detained in prison in the country until July 2nd The 7 time WNBA all time star was arrested at a Moscow airport on February 17th after a search of her luggage allegedly revealed marijuana vape cartridges which are illegal in Russia The U.S. government has said that miss greiner who faces up to ten years in prison has been wrongfully detained Correspondent Felix light where the latest on the Ukraine war president Vladimir zelensky says his country will not use long-range missiles from the west to fire on Russia newsweek reports on an interview zelensky gave to Danish media today in which he said that Ukraine is not interested in shelling civilians and that the Ukrainians are not terrorists as the war in Ukraine grinds on we're learning more about what Russians intentions are Here's WTO's JJ green our national security correspondent Against Ukraine is a war of imperial conquest Ambassador Daniel fried is a wiser family distinguished fellow at the Atlantic council Don't take my word for it Putin said so just the other day he was talking about Peter the great To use Putin's words he was talking about taking things that belong to Russia like Ukraine But despite the destruction to the country the mounting death toll the trauma to children Ukraine continues to fight back and to put this war into unmistakable terms freed man says it's a war basically intended to exterminate Ukrainians as a separate people And that's what Ukraine wants the rest of the world to never forget JJ green WTO news Money news 25 and 55 and Steve Dresden another triple digit day of losses for the Dow down one 51 odd twos day the S&P 500 was off 14 but the NASDAQ was up 19 Washington D.C. based sea burgers waiting to hear if their brand name will be selected to replace the McDonald's branded restaurants in Russia In the past few weeks the burger has been mentioned as one of the new names and owner Peter to bibby and is less than thrilled with the news and he feels there's a real risk that any mention of his restaurant name could cause irreparable harm to his business Steve dresner WTO news Asian markets all down by half a percent so.
"russell fry" Discussed on WTOP
"Primaries in four states tonight Nevada South Carolina Maine and North Dakota and Texas is holding a special election to fill a vacated seat Now in South Carolina they're featuring a couple of GOP primaries where former president Trump has endorsed against sitting Republican members of Congress Let's take a look at some of those results tonight In the first Republican primary this is the first district I should say Nancy mace who is the incumbent and who is battling against Donald Trump She's got 56% of the vote Kate arrington the Katie arrington the Trump backed candidate with 41% and overall we've got 13% of the vote in So Nancy mace may be on her way to victory but we can't project that at this time The other incumbent is Tom rice he voted for president Trump's impeachment and raised the ire of the former president Tom rice with 27% in the 7th district Republican primary trailing Russell fry who has 45% Keep in mind somebody's got to get to 50% in these races in South Carolina or there's going to be a runoff In Texas the special election is a chance for Republicans to test their support among South Texas Latinos and potentially flip a congressional seat at least for a few months and a lot of money has been poured into that race even though as we say it really will last for just a few months So more results from South Carolina and combat Henry McMaster wins the Republican nomination for governor McMaster winning Republican nod for governor and South Carolina's primary election and Jim Clyburn very much the veteran democratic leader from the 6 district democratic primary on the democratic side He is projected to win Jim Clyburn the instrumental of course in the election of Joe Biden this past cycle 2020 in the presidential race Well we're turning to our local politics early voting already underway in the district turnout said to be pretty weak with that primary coming up a week from tonight About 30,000 ballots have been cast in the primary so far compare that to the final tally in the 2020 primary when nearly 115,000 ballots were cast We're just wondering where the voters Nick Jacobs with D.C.'s board of elections says yesterday there were just 800 ballots cast at D.C.'s 39 early vote centers where people can vote in person So voters are being encouraged to get out now and cast a ballot early and avoid long lines on election day early voting is a great opportunity to get in get out at 5 minutes We want to make everything as easy as possible for voters Nick ain't LA WTO P news Polls for next Tuesday's D.C. primary open at 7 a.m. closing at 8 in the evening in Virginia the polls are open from 6 to 7 There are also ballot drop boxes at some polling places find out where at WTO dot com The U.S. House has approved legislation that would allow around the clock security protection for families of Supreme Court Justices This comes a week after a man carrying a knife gun and zip ties was arrested near justice Brett Kavanaugh's house in Chevy Chase Maryland after threatening to kill the justice The bill was passed the house has approved a Senate bill designed to boost security for U.S. Supreme Court Justices and their immediate families It is imperative that the justices are free from fear of violence or physical intimidation to make decisions based on the constitution and law as applied to the facts of the cases before them The Senate passed this bill a month ago Why did it take so long The bill allows Supreme Court police to provide around the clock protection to justices and their families if it's deemed necessary House Democrats had sought to add protections for Supreme Court employees and their families but back down when Senate Republicans said it wouldn't pass the upper chamber CBS News correspondent Skyler Henry We're going to check out some more of what's happening in Congress with the gun legislation what form is it taking also Congressional Republicans say Americans concerns about inflation far outweigh those related to January 6th On Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller Stay with us at 8 37 Here's Jeffrey Mick the deputy commissioner of fiscal accounting and shared services at the bureau of the fiscal service on ask the CIO sponsored by workday We've been committed to providing mission.
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"The Gulf Cooperation Council plus three so 9 heads of state from the region to talk about a whole range of issues multilateral and bilateral in the region including counter terrorism but absolutely I mean look oil production is going to be part of that discussion When he was running for President Biden branded Saudi Arabia a pariah after U.S. Intel concluded it was likely that Saudi prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of Saudi Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi The Pentagon's John Kirby did not specifically say Khashoggi's case would come up next month I don't want to get ahead of individual discussions but clearly look human rights are always on the agenda when we're meeting with counterparts all over the world Biden leaves for the Middle East in mid July And Israeli cyber research firm has discovered an Iranian email fishing campaign targeting high ranking officials including a former Israeli foreign minister and a former U.S. ambassador to Israel and BR as Jenna McLaughlin has more Checkpoint research is tracking a flurry of new malicious fishing emails which the researchers are linking to Iran The emails are individually tailored to the recipients to try to trick them into clicking on a bad link One of the emails was impersonating an American diplomat sending a message to a major Israeli think tank leader about the progress of nuclear toxin Vienna While this kind of digital malfeasance and espionage is nothing new particularly between Iran and Israel it's significant the Iranian actors would target an impersonate major public figures like the former U.S. ambassador Jenna McLaughlin and PR news In South Carolina two Republican U.S. House incumbents faced tough primary challenges after angering former president Donald Trump South Carolina public radio's Victoria Hansen reports one is a freshman the other of 5 term incumbent A half dozen challengers want to take down longtime congressman Tom rice whose district runs through Myrtle Beach He angered many voters last year when he joined ten House Republicans in voting to impeach Trump Blaney the former president for last year's capital attack His toughest challenge may be from Trump back state representative Russell fry But there could be a runoff First term congresswoman Nancy mace is also fighting to stay in Washington She voted to certify the election for Joe Biden Angering Trump who has endorsed opponent Katie arrington For NPR news a Victoria Hansen in Charleston South Carolina The Dow is down nearly 250 points the NASDAQ has fallen 19 This is NPR Elon Musk is expected to address Twitter employees on Thursday for the first time since the Tesla and SpaceX founder and CEO offered to acquire the social media company in April It's unclear why he is meeting with them now last month Musk said he wanted to pause the deal until Twitter turned over the data he requested about fake accounts on the platform BTS mega fans this one might hurt the South Korean ban announced on social media It's taken a break They share the news while having dinner and pairs Elizabeth Blair has more on the KPop group that's become a global phenomenon through chart topping songs and dance videos viewed by millions In the video the 7 members of BTS sit at a long table with a spread of food balloons and the words BTS festa are decorated on the wall they get emotional I want BTS to go on for a long time says the group's leader RM but for that to happen he said they need to grow and mature as individuals.
"russell fry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"2018 Parkland Florida shooting that killed 17 about 40,000 march down the nation's capital 31 people linked to the white nationalist group patriot front are under arrest and Idaho They were arrested near a pride event on suspicion of conspiracy to riot local sheriffs say it was clear what the group came to do Based on the gear that the individuals had all with them the stuff they had in the possession and the U haul with them along the paperwork that we see from them that they came to riot downtown They were found hiding in a U haul truck wearing masks and shields near the event and Louisville Kentucky 5 teams injured in a shooting last night two of the victims had critical condition Police say it happened at a bridge filled with vehicles following a local game I'm Scott Carr This is Bloomberg daybreak weekend a global look ahead of the top stories for investors in the coming week I'm John Tucker in New York More primaries coming up this week and for what to expect And I want to be watching for Let's head to our Bloomberg 99 one newsroom in Washington and Amy Morris Amy All right thank you John We are deep into primary season with the next contests in Maine Nevada North Dakota and South Carolina Early voting is closed and as we look ahead to election day let's bring in Bloomberg government election reporter Greg jaroud Greg thank you so much for taking the time with us Great to be with you Let's look ahead to these primary races coming up on Tuesday in South Carolina Nevada North Dakota Maine Let's start with South Carolina What's caught your eye there so far Well what's caught my eye on South Carolina are two incumbent Republican members of Congress Nancy mace in the first congressional district in a shark in the Charleston area and Tom rice of the 7th district in the northeastern part of the state Trump Donald Trump has decided to oppose both House Republican incumbents in the primary is backing a challenge to them Nancy mason's opponents in the first district as Katie arrington a former state representative who closely aligns with Donald Trump she ran for this seat in 2018 to feed it Then congressman Mark Sanford in the primary before losing to Democrat Joe Cunningham who subsequently lost to Nancy mason 2020 Do you have a very good primary there And then the 7th district Tom rice was one of the ten House Republicans who voted to impeach Donald Trump over his role in the January 6th 2021 attack on the capital Trump is backing state representative Russell fry and yes that's definitely a primary to watch There are several other challenges in that race and in South Carolina You need a majority of the vote to advance from a primary and to avoid a runoff And so fry and other candidates are trying to hold Tom rice under that majority vote threshold South Carolina you mentioned has an open primary How does that make a difference Or does it Probably not much So by an open primary that just means that voters do not need to be affiliated with a political party to vote in its primary in any parties primary Most states register voters by party but South Carolina is among the states that do not So any registered voter in South Carolina can choose to participate in either party's primary that does kind of create at least a theoretical possibility of some mischief where let's say Democrats in the first district might want to go up against Katie arrington rather than Nancy mace but in practice that doesn't really happen all that frequently We're also watching primaries in Maine what are you looking for there I think in Maine you have a governor's race there that's where the primary is likely to set up a long anticipated matchup between the democratic incumbent governor of Maine Janet mills against the Republican former governor of Maine Paul Lepage who held that seat for 8 years before he was term limited I'm also looking at the second congressional district of Maine That's mostly the rural part of Maine Can you have a rare Democrat from a district that Trump carried Jared golden who is seeking reelection against the man E ousted in 2018 Republican Bruce Pollock Jared golden has cast some votes against the Democratic Party leadership In fact he was one of the two Democrats who voted against the Democrats gun safety legislation packets that was recently voted on So we'll see I'll be watching for is can Jared golden win win reelection at a district that we're Joe Biden is not that popular And let's just keep going down the list the primaries in Nevada first and the issues there as well as North Dakota You know that is a big state just for congressional districts but it's all for them to be competitive at least one of them in the primary and three of them in the general election It also has a blockbuster U.S. Senate election between Catherine Cortez masto the one term democratic incumbent She was a protege of the late majority leader Harry Reid she became the first Latina to serve in the U.S. Senate when she was elected in 2016 She is likely to go up against Republican Adam laxalt who is the former attorney general of Nevada Nevada is a state that I would call kind of purplish maybe a little bit light blue it's a state that Joe Biden won by just 2.4 percentage points in 2020 when he was more popular than he is today and Catherine Cortez masto may be the most vulnerable democratic Senate incumbent seeking reelection So that's a state to watch I'm also watching three at least three of the congressional districts in Nevada because Democrats control the redistricting process in Nevada and what they did is they took a lot of Democrats from a safely democratic district in Las Vegas and move those democratic voters to two other districts they control that are much more politically competitive The idea of being they want to create three districts that lean democratic but not overwhelmingly so the problem for Democrats or at least the challenge for Democrats is all three of those districts in a very tough midterm election year are vulnerable to being a one by the Republicans And so I'm going to be watching those three districts pretty closely North Dakota is the final state of the four states voting on Tuesday That's going to be kind of a quiet day I expect that Republican senator John hoven and Republican congressman Kelly Armstrong who has the state wide at large congressional district will win their prime rates will be heavily favored in November You know Greg you were talking about the different districts I'm wondering have you found that the redrawing of the congressional lines has had any.
It's Time We Fire Congressman Tom Rice
"What? It's time we fire them all. Tom rice, he's up for. His seat. A week from Tuesday, June 14th will be Tom rice's day of reckoning. We'll see if South Carolina state representative Russell fry defeats congressman Tom rice. He's a 5th term incumbent. Tom rice is political. Royalty in South Carolina. According to the Washington examiner, internal polling shows that fry is beating Tom rice in a head to head matchup. In fact, again, it's internal polling, so who knows? Surely the people of South Carolina aren't going to put up with Tom rice again. I mean, did you hear him? No, I can't support Trump for president, but if he apologizes, I would consider it. Oh, that's really great of
Donald Trump Mocks Rep. Nancy Mace for Trump Tower Video
"She's totally manipulated by raging never trumpers and the radical left Democrats that are poisoning our country. She's a terrible person and she has no idea what she's doing. Nancy mace right after hearing I was going to endorse a really wonderful person a different candidate. She went to New York and sit in front of the magnificent Trump towers. Anyone ever heard of Trump Tower? And did a commercial insinuating that I was endorsing her. She's standing in front of Trump Tower in New York. I'm saying, can you believe that? Pause that real quick. I'm sorry. That's about he's talking about Nancy mace, who's another South Carolina congresswoman who I believe is being called the Liz Cheney of the south. Let's continue. So just like everything else she does, thankfully, this June, you have the chance to dump these grandstanding losers and replace them with two rock solid, America first champions, Russell fry, Russell Wes Russell, Russell fry. And Katie arrington, where are you? Come on up. Now, Katie arrington is the woman who's challenging Nancy mace. I believe Katie arrington would have won in November had she not been in a terrible nearly fatal car accident. Katie arrington, we've interviewed her on this show. She's terrific.
"russell fry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To stand with president Trump he let us down turned his back on us To date representative Russell fry is challenging rice in the June primary and was just endorsed by Trump He called fry yesterday He said that he'd been following our work at the state House from election integrity to the heartbeat bill to the open care act that we passed last year The 37 year old supports Trump's false claims the election was rigged and says the former president was not responsible for the capital violence Frei believes he better represents people in the 7th district because he listens to what matters to them He says a rice And he hasn't done that and continued to kind of poke the voters in the eye and they're frustrated And I get that because I'm frustrated too Rice has a slew of primary challengers Among them 50 year old single mother of three Jeanette spurlock who says the district doesn't need another politician Making campaign t-shirts in the spare bedroom she says she too is angry with rice My heart is shaking right now because I just feel betrayed and a lot of people do feel betrayed Spurlock has no plans to drop out She like several others just wants to run against rice That's one of the vulnerabilities of Tom rice Nobody would have thought of doing that District Republican Party chair Jerry rovner believes the impeachment vote could cost rice's job He expects the number of challengers to dwindle with the Trump endorsement Eddie says a primary that allows voters from any party to weigh in may favor the congressman So if there's not a viable candidate on the democratic side he's going to get a lot of votes 'cause people are going to come in and vote in the primary And that's where it will be won or lost Rice feels he still has support in his district I will tell you that for every person that expresses disappointment ten people tell me thank you Now are those of the people that are going to vote in the Republican primary I don't know What he does know is his political future could come down to one vote For NPR news on Victoria Hansen.
"russell fry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's morning edition from NPR news I'm laila faun And I'm Stevens gave good morning Former president Donald Trump wants to unseat one of the lawmakers who voted to impeach him Representative Tom rice was one of the few Republicans to do that for Trump's role in the January 6th attack on the capitol last year Trump has endorsed a primary challenger to rice Here's Victoria Hansen and South Carolina public radio It is a chilly morning along the wakame river in Conway near Myrtle Beach and the waterway known for flooding is calm But raging yards away a handful of protesters waving sides outside of riverfront community center One reads rice age Trump more than he loves America referring to Tom rice the districts Republican congressman And he decides to vote against our guy and try to impeach him He doesn't represent us He doesn't need us anymore Inside the center rice speaks before a Chamber of Commerce crowd He tells his accomplishments stressing he voted with former president Trump more than 90% of the time The impeachment vote got right censured by the state's Republican Party But he says Trump was responsible for the capitol riot We're going to have a scenario where the president can try to intimidate Congress into doing what he wants Then she might as well have a monarchy Rice vividly remembers the attack seeing beaten bloody police as he sought safety from the house floor He says the president should have stopped the violence And if the consequences are that the people think that what happened is okay then you know I guess I'm not the guy When we were counting on Tom rice to stand with president Trump he let us down turned his back on us To date representative Russell fry is challenging rice in the June primary and was just endorsed by Trump.
"russell fry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To stand with president Trump he let us down turned his back on us To date representative Russell fry is challenging rights in the new primary and was just endorsed by Trump He called fry yesterday He said that he'd been following our work at the state House from election integrity to the heartbeat bill to the open carry act that we passed last year The 37 year old supports Trump's false claims the election was rigged and says the former president was not responsible for the capital violence Fry believes he better represents people in the 7th district because he listens to what matters to them He says a rice And he hasn't done that and continued to kind of poke the voters in the eye and they're frustrated And I get that because I'm frustrated too Rice has a slew of primary challengers Among them 50 year old single mother of three Jeanette spurlock who says the district doesn't need another politician Making campaign t-shirts in the spare bedroom she says she too is angry with rice My heart is shaking right now because I just feel betrayed and a lot of people do feel betrayed Spurlock has no plans to drop out She like several others just wants to run against rice That's one of the vulnerabilities of Tom rice Nobody would have thought of doing that District Republican Party chair Jerry rovner believes the impeachment vote could cost rice's job He expects the number of challengers to dwindle with the Trump endorsement Eddie says a primary that allows voters from any party to weigh in may favor the congressman So if there's not a viable candidate on the democratic side he's going to get a lot of votes because people are going to come in and vote in the primary And that's where it will be won or lost Rice feels he still has support in his district I will tell you that for every person that expresses disappointment ten people tell me thank you Now are those of the people that are going to vote in the Republican primary I don't know What he does know is his political future could come down to one vote For NPR news on Victoria.