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Pentagon faces scrutiny over response to Washington DC Capitol riot

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Pentagon faces scrutiny over response to Washington DC Capitol riot

"Another development tonight related to the capital Riot, the commander of DC's National Guard is blaming the Pentagon for the guards. Slow response that afternoon. The Washington Post reports Major General William Walker was forbidden from Employing his own troops. Instead, he has to have had to ask the army secretary for approval, so his hands were tied when all hell broke loose, and the Capitol police chief was begging for help. Walker says he didn't get permission to deploy for an hour and 15 minutes. Walker and former Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy also briefed the House Appropriations Committee today.

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Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy, a Trump Appointee, Resigns

The Daily Beans

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy, a Trump Appointee, Resigns

"Army secretary ryan mccarthy has resigned. He resigned wednesday that he sent a letter to the military's largest branch capping a term of tumultuous moments that ended with the unprecedented use of the national guard at home his departure comes amid questions about his role readying national guard troops to respond to the us capitol riot in washington on january six and about whether delays contributed to the disastrous outcome. They did his responsibilities included overseeing the use of guard members in

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:36 min | 5 months ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on KGO 810

"Doing all it can to make sure there are no threats to Wednesday's inauguration, and that includes from those who are there to keep things saying efforts are underway right now to make sure there will not be a threat from the inside. 25,000 National Guard members from all over the country arrived. In here and the FBI has to make sure none is a threat. Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy continually Uh, Going through the process and look taking 2nd 3rd looks at every one of the individuals assigned to this operation like Stone. ABC NEWS, Washington With listen two days left in his term President Trump still has no plans to attend. Joe Bynes inauguration was instead planning a farewell ceremony for himself at joint base. Andrews with great military fanfare, then he'll board Air Force One for the last time and head tomorrow, Lago. We're moving trucks were spotted today before he goes. Trump is expected to announce about 100 pardons. But sources tell ABC News the president is not expected to pardon himself or any members of his family or any close associates. NBC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl, nearly 60% of respondents to a Quinnipiac poll want the Senate to vote to prevent President Trump. Remember holding public office again. Just over half of the respondents say the Senate should convict Mr Trump only about 11% of Republicans. The U. S nearing another grim benchmark in the Corona virus pandemic, closing in on 400,000 deaths from covert 19. And it comes as many officials like Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner say they aren't getting the vaccine doses that they were promised a Mormon vaccines. And then we just need to have a little bit more certainty As to win, the vaccines will be coming and how much will be receiving and that way you can probably plan to understand, hoping that the Biden administration will do more to coordinate with state and local responses. You're listening to a be seen it. Hey, John. Heard you moved to Arizona. Who did you work with? Yep. We sure did. We worked with leaving the Bay area. They took us on a tour of Arizona and helped inspire new, beautiful home there and sold our home here in San Jose for top dollar. Stephen helped us with movers and set up the utilities in our new home. It was seamless. Wow. They did all that amazing, but it sounds really expensive. Not at all. The only pay what it normally costs to sell your house. Everything else was included. Seriously. I've got to check out leaving the Bay Area calm. Can they help with our move to Texas? Yeah, anywhere. They help people move all over the country. Amazing service. I'll call today Download.

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National Guard troops being vetted as they arrive to guard Capitol

Mark and Melynda

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

National Guard troops being vetted as they arrive to guard Capitol

"News. The FBI is conducting rigorous background checks into National Guard members deploying to the nation's capital to provide security for Wednesday's inauguration. Defense officials are worried about some type of insider attack by service members involved in securing President elect Joe Biden's inauguration. This concern has the FBI vetting all 25,000 National Guard troops coming to the U. S. Capitol for the event. This massive undertaking highlighting security concerns that have gripped Washington since the January 6th insurrection. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy says he's seen no evidence. It's of any threats, adding the vetting hasn't flagged

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FBI vetting Guard troops in Washington, DC amid fears of insider attack

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

FBI vetting Guard troops in Washington, DC amid fears of insider attack

"High fences and thousands of National Guard troops are adding two layers of security in the district ahead of Wednesday's inauguration. But this is how tense things are right now. The FBI is vetting the guardsmen coming into the city because of fears of potential insider attacks, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy told The Associated Press Officials are conscious of the potential Red and warn commanders to be on the lookout for any problems within their ranks About 25,000, members of the National Guard are streaming into Washington from across the country at least 2.5 times the number for previous inaugurations. And while the military routinely reviews service members for extremist connections, the FBI screening is in addition to any previous

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham told Fox is Sunday morning futures. Those who stormed the U. S Capitol should not be let off the hook. Rioters. I don't care if you went there and spread flowers on the floor, You breached the security of the capital, you interrupted a joint session of Congress. The New York Times reports. Lobbyists are collecting fees from convicted felons acting as liaisons to the president. Gave Rachel There are 25,000 National Guard troops in Washington, helping securities for President elect Biden's inauguration Wednesday and even if they are and even under scrutiny by the FBI following the deadly Capitol attack earlier this month, according to law enforcement sources, they'll be screened multiple times. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy also confirmed this. In an interview with The Associated Press Over the weekend, he said troops will be heavily screened over fear of an insider attack. Fox's David spun president by Was pledged to induce from Trump policies like immigration. Ah, caravan of thousands of Central Americans is heading to the U. S. Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan tells Fox. The reason why this is happening right now is because of the perception that our borders you're gonna be open under the Biden administration and enforced in this case, they're correct. The president elect is also pledging to speed up the pace of coronavirus vaccinations. The scientific head of Operation Warp Speed, Doctor Moncef slowly pushes back on criticism. They botched the role. He claims they moved so fast, maybe indeed, jurisdiction. The hospital is very local entities have not been able to ramp up their capabilities. There was a decline in new covert cases and deaths reported in the US Yesterday. America's listening to Fox News Tail. Virginia's time 802. Good morning. I'm Mark Caesar. This update is brought.

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Troops called in to keep the inauguration safe are under the microscope. There are about 25,000 National Guard troops in Washington right now surrounding the city, Mork Spect ID to arrive in the next few days. They're coming from all over the country. Governors from all different states have sent them to Washington, D. C. According to law enforcement sources. They'll be screened. Multiple times. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy also confirmed this. In an interview with The Associated Press Over the weekend, he said troops will be heavily screened over fear of an insider attack. That's Fox's David Sponsors. Also worry of U S Capitol like attacks and state capitals for big protests feared yesterday did not happen in Columbus, Ohio, a small crab in the state House. Some people carrying weapons. Some people were dancing state lawmakers in Tallahassee, Florida, say things stay quiet. And in Lansing, Michigan, about 25 protesters showed up outnumbered by members of the media boxes chill. NATO president like Biden keeps pushing to get the Corona virus vaccine to 100 million people in his 1st 100 days. White House task force. Dr Anthony Fauci, who will be abiding advisor, calls it doable, telling NBC's Meet the press. If we can get you know the overwhelming majority of the population vaccinated. We'd be in very good shape. The Russian opposition leader who was poisoned, then recovered, has been arrested. Returning to the country Foxes Simon Owen has an update live and Dave Alexei Navalny has just appeared in court. He described his hearing as the highest degree of lawlessness. The U. S. The U and Britain all say the politician should be released immediately. But Russia is brushing off those demands. Navalny was arrested at an airport in Moscow yesterday as he returned to Russia after five months recuperating in Germany traveled overseas after being poisoned, apparently.

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FBI Vetting Guard Troops In Washington, DC Amid Fears Of Insider Attack

AP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

FBI Vetting Guard Troops In Washington, DC Amid Fears Of Insider Attack

"Officials say they are worried about an insider attack or other threat from service members involved in securing President elect Joe Biden's inauguration. This is prompting the FBI to vet all of the 25,000 National Guard troops coming into Washington for the event. This comes on top of the routine military reviews of service members for extremist connections. It underscores fears that some of the very people assigned to protect the city over the next days could present a threat to the incoming president and other VIPs in attendance. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy told The Associated Press officials are conscious of the potential threat and warn commanders to be on the lookout for any problems within their ranks.

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:40 min | 5 months ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Rita Foley with an AP News MINUTE President elect Biden will take the oath of office on Wednesday about 25,000 members of the National Guard are streaming into D C from across the country to help protect the inauguration ceremony. But now we're learning the FBI is looking into the backgrounds of those troops. Make sure no one among them poses a risk to the president elect and the ceremony. The AP is Julie Walker with what this is all about The FBI's vetting National Guard troops coming into D C amid fears of an insider attack at the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy told The Associated Press officials are conscious of the potential threat. And warn commanders to be on the lookout for any problems within their ranks. Ah, couple of current active duty or National Guard members have been arrested in connection with the capital assault by supporters of President Trump, which left five people dead. I'm Julie Walker. I'm Rita Foley. Defense officials say they are worried about an insider attack or other threat from service members involved in securing President elect Joe Biden's inauguration. This is prompting the FBI to vet all of the 25,000 National Guard troops coming into Washington for the event. This comes on top of the routine military reviews of service members for extremist connections in underscores fears that some of the very people assigned to protect the city over the next days could present a threat to the incoming president and other VIPs in attendance, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy told The Associated Press. Officials are conscious of the potential threat and warn commanders to be on the lookout for any problems within their ranks. I'm Julie Walker, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy told The Associated Press Officials are conscious of the potential threat and warn commanders to be on the lookout for any problems within their ranks about 25,000, members of the National Guard are streaming into Washington from across the country. At least 2.5 times the number for previous inaugurations. And while the military routinely reviews service members for extremist connections, the FBI screening is in addition to any previous monitoring. Couple of current active duty or National Guard members have been arrested in connection with the capital assault by supporters of President Trump, which left five people dead. I'm Julie Walker. He was one of those kind of persons. I put him like a. You know, a ringmaster in the center of the ring, and he was always shouting out orders and telling you what to do and where to go. That type of person, But it was never a main street. Thank.

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FBI vetting Guard troops in DC amid fears of insider attack

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

FBI vetting Guard troops in DC amid fears of insider attack

"Defense officials say they are worried about an insider attack or other threats from service members involved in securing president elect Joe Biden's inauguration this is prompting the FBI to bat all of the twenty five thousand National Guard troops coming into Washington for the event this comes on top of the routine military reviews of service members for extremist connections it underscores fears that some of the very people assigned to protect the city over the next days could present a threat to the incoming president and other VIP's in attendance army secretary Ryan McCarthy told the Associated Press officials are conscious of the potential threat and warned commanders to be on the look out for any problems within their ranks I'm Julie Walker

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National Guard troops being vetted as they arrive to guard Capitol

The Other Side of Midnight

01:01 min | 5 months ago

National Guard troops being vetted as they arrive to guard Capitol

"Of National Guard troops heading into Washington D C. Are getting vetted because some defense officials are concerned about a possible attack during President elect Joe Biden's inauguration, according to a U. S Army statement provided to Fox News troops arriving in Washington are being instructed to report anything they see or hear. That is not appropriate, and Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy warned commanders to be on the lookout for any problems within their ranks as the inauguration approaches this as the nation's capital. Becoming more locked down and preparation for the event is do you still have people out on the street? He have tourists walking around fact, people are coming up here to the fencing to get a look at the Capitol and take a picture. But what is omnipresent all over D. C is all of the fencing. You've got the national guard with rifles at the ready the National Guard vehicles. One thing is very clear that D C is locked down now. DC's mayor merrier. Power went on meet the press and said, while the capital and symbolic structures have been transformed into hard targets, she's very concerned about other state capitals and the rest of D C. Where Some 700,000 people live. Mayor Bowser believes if the threat will materialize, it'll be domestic foxes. Mike Tobin,

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"An Army secretary Ryan McCarthy told The Associated Press that officials worried about an insider attack all across the country. Heavily fortified state houses saw small, peaceful demonstrations. No reports of any clashes during the day at the Statehouse, and Lansing, Michigan. A man who calls himself pre sure I'm just out here, you know, protesting. Anyone that didn't stand behind Trump or anybody that didn't you? No search for the truth. A witness claims the intent of many in the mob that invaded the capital almost two weeks ago. Was murdered sources of pointing to a man Dominic Pa's Ola, who was accused of smashing a window to get into the capital. A witness has come forward, claiming to have had a conversation with Mazola and other members of the group that stormed the capital. The witness says they discuss help. Azula and others allegedly went to the capital and would have killed Speaker Pelosi and vice President Pence if they had been given a chance. A B C's Pierre Thomas unclear when the outgoing president's impeachment trial in the Senate will begin, But Rudy Giuliani tells ABC News he will not Be part of the president's legal team for the proceeding. Giuliani says that since he spoke before the riot is now considered a witness and cannot participate in the trial on the pandemic. President elect Biden pick former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr David Kessler. The lead vaccine Science of the pandemic, the incoming administration pledging to get 100 million doses in the 1st 100 days after Joe Biden takes office by his team meeting the pledge to be taken literally the plan, including mass vaccination centers and training an army of vaccinators, among other steps, despite existing obstacles to the program's rollout. Like massive disorganization and lack of vaccine infrastructure unlikely to disappear overnight, ABC Serene Shaw, You're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1.

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FBI tracking 'extensive' online chatter about armed protests

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

FBI tracking 'extensive' online chatter about armed protests

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting authorities in Washington and around the nation are bracing for possible violence tied to the inauguration with less than a week to go before inauguration day federal authorities are on high alert monitoring individuals potentially planning violent protests we've already identified over two hundred suspects FBI director Christopher Wray speaking at inauguration security briefing with vice president Mike pence we know who you are if you're out there and FBI agents are coming to find you federal officials tell the Associated Press army secretary Ryan McCarthy has approved deploying twenty one thousand National Guard members to Washington DC to assist with security Mike Crossey up Washington

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Army head says Nat. Guard may be allowed to carry guns in DC

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Army head says Nat. Guard may be allowed to carry guns in DC

"Defense leaders are reviewing restrictions on the use of force by National Guard members as they brace for possible violence around the inaugural right now guard members deployed to Washington must be on art but army secretary Ryan McCarthy tells the AP officials are looking at letting them carry rifles or sidearms there have long been fears about the optics of anything suggesting the military's being used against Americans on U. S. soil McCarthy says any changes would be determined by intelligence about potential threats the review would cover the safety of guard members after this week's capital riots and also the legal restrictions that do not allow the military to be used for domestic law enforcement some sixty two hundred guard members have been activated Sager mag ani Washington

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Requests To Deploy National Guard Initially Denied During Capitol Riots

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

05:54 min | 5 months ago

Requests To Deploy National Guard Initially Denied During Capitol Riots

"Listen to maryland. Governor larry hogan today explaining what happened during the height of the rioting at the us capitol yesterday. Larry hogan is a republican. He's actually one of three republican governors now along phil scott from vermont and charlie baker of massachusetts who have called on president trump to resign immediately or be removed from office now before the end of his term. But just this didn't get a lot of widespread attention today but listen to what we heard. Today from maryland. Governor larry hogan listen to what he described happening in the middle of his day. Yesterday he was at work in maryland. Which of course is just outside of washington. Dc right in the middle of that meeting with our security team. I got a phone call from house. Majority leader steny hoyer. Who was calling me saying that. He and speaker. Pelosi and senator schumer. We're all together in an undisclosed bunker. They've been Spirited off to some undisclosed location that the us capitol. police was overwhelmed that there was no federal law enforcement. Presence and the leader of leaders of congress were pleading with me as the governor of maryland for assistance from maryland national guard and state police. I informed speaker. Hoyer and the other leaders said a force of specially trained riot police equipped to respond to civil disturbances. Along with members of allied and local law enforcement agencies. were already on route to the capital. I also told them that. I authorized the mobilization of the maryland national guard and i was ready willing and able to immediately deploy them to the capital however we were repeatedly denied approval to do so under federal law. The mayor of the district of columbia does not have a thirty the guard and we must receive approval from the secretary of defense before. We're able to send our maryland national guard across the border and to the federal city into the district of columbia so we had a little back and forth trying to get that authorization and approximately an hour and a half later. I got a call on my cell phone. From the secretary of the army ryan mccarthy who gave us the authority that we needed to be able to move into the city the initial contingent of maryland national guard members were the first to arrive in washington from out of state. Okay so that's a remarkable window into what happened yesterday for which we have to think about. What recrimination what what repercussions there will be what consequences there will be. I mean here's congressman the number two democrat in the house under under nancy pelosi. Steny hoyer happens congressman from maryland. Which happens to be the state right next door to washington. Dc steny hoyer is in hiding with the other leadership in the house and senate armed. Mob has taken over the capital of the capitol. Police are overrun. There's no federal law enforcement presence that they can see at all and steny hoyer because he happens to be from maryland. He happens to have the phone number on him of the governor of maryland so that he's hunkered down in hiding under fire and that's who he calls for help governor. Can you please send some troops or something from maryland and maryland. Says sure men governor says yeah. We have civil disturbance trained police. We've got hundreds of guard troops. That are ready to go. Yes just say the word. But he can't just say so on his right. You can't just send them into dc on your own say so you need federal authorization. You need the trump administration to authorize it and the trump administration is a wall. They won't authorize it. Nobody can get a call. Returned would be secretary of defense sect in denying authorization for the maryland national guard. What was the reason we. None of us really spoke to the secretary of defense but we were repeatedly being told by the national guard at the national level that we did not have authorization actually on the phone with leader. Voyeur was leading with us the sending guard. He was yelling across the room to schumer who they were back and forth saying we. We do have the authors. And i'm saying i'm telling you we do not have the authors and so we had times. The general was running up the flagpole. We're ready don't have authorization. Don't have and then i get it fall an hour and a half later out of the blue. Not from the secretary of defense not through the normal channels. I got a number. I don't recognize on my phone. Pick it up. Anyway larry hogan and like this ryan mccarthy sector the army governor. Can you come soon as possible it. Yeah we've been waiting. We're ready don't they. Can't tell you what was going on the other end on the decision making process. There's been lots of speculation in the media about that. But i i'm not privy to what was going on inside the white house or inside. Category coverage trivia earned resolve. We love of look. Here's where i am i. I think there's no question that america would be better off if the president would resign or be removed from office. And if mike pence vice president united states would conduct the peaceful transition of power in the next thirty days until president biden this morning.

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on AP News

"Top defense officials say Capitol police turned down offers of additional security in the days before President Trump's rally that led to the capital riot for weeks, right wing groups had been urging followers online to go to Washington for the stop The steel rally with President Trump as Congress was certifying the election for Democrat Joe Biden. Despite the increased violent rhetoric, the security plan was for a demonstration, Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman says. Defense officials asked Capitol security days before the rally. If they needed help. They believe they had sufficient. Um The personnel. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy says there were no solid estimates of crowd size is low is 2000. They were estimates of 80,000 their estimates around 20 to 25 Capitol police chief Steven Son how Sergeant of arms Paul Irving and Senate Sergeant at arms Michael Stenger have all resigned. Tim McGuire, Washington For weeks, right wing groups had been urging followers online to go to Washington for the stop The steel rally with President Trump as Congress was certifying the election for Democrat Joe Biden. Despite the increased violent rhetoric, the security plan was for a demonstration, Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman says. Defense officials asked Capitol security days before the rally. If they needed help, they believed they had sufficient. Um The personnel. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy says there were no solid estimates of crowd size is low is 2000. They were estimates of 80,000 their estimates around 20 to 25 police chief Steven Son how Sergeant of arms Paul Irving and Senate Sergeant at arms Michael Stenger have all resigned. Tim McGuire. Washington Education Secretary Betsy DeVos submitted her resignation Thursday, becoming the second Cabinet secretary to resign in response to Wednesday's pro trump assault on the U. S. Capitol, in a scathing resignation letter to Boss laid the blame for the riot on President Donald Trump, writing there is no mistaking the impact your rhetoric had on the situation, and it is the inflection point for me. Voss joined Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao in exiting the Trump Administration. Child, wife of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell resigned earlier Thursday. Mike Rossi, a Washington Thank you for listening to.

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Capitol Police Chief Resigning After Riot At Washington DC

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Capitol Police Chief Resigning After Riot At Washington DC

"Next week and the wake of the riot Son has been sharply criticized after the mob got into the building, including turning down offers to help in the days leading up to yesterday's attack. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy says the Capitol police were overwhelmed. It was clearly the Capitol Hill. Police were there capability was being overrun. And it was very hard to get the adequate read of the disposition of They're They're officers how we can tie in with them. One woman was shot to death inside the Capitol. Three other people, two men and a woman died of medical issues. This is AP News.

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Fort Hood report highlights failing leadership on base, 14 soldiers fired or suspended

CRUSADE Channel Previews

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Fort Hood report highlights failing leadership on base, 14 soldiers fired or suspended

"The report was released on tuesday and it represents a scathing indictment of a dysfunctional culture and called for changes in staffing and programs to protect soldiers from assault if found systemic failures. Starting with army leaders. Who failed to address known problems with sexual assault and crime too understaffed and resource programs to aid victims. Investigate crimes army secretary ryan mccarthy said fourteen army leaders at fort hood have been fired or suspended as a result of the report. The democratic controlled house tuesday approved a wide ranging defense policy bill. Even as president trump renewed his threat to veto the bill. Unless lawmakers clamp down on social media companies he claims biased against him during the election. Trump

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:49 min | 6 months ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Good morning. How in the world that we get here on on the U. S military base? Well. Last summer, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy put together the civilian panel to look at the rash of violent crimes at Fort Hood that you mentioned that included five homicides at the base this year and most notably, In the media was the death of 20, year old specialist finesse again. Who was killed on base by fellow soldier It took more than two months for investigators toe. Tonto to learn what happened to Vanessa, and during that time her family talked about the sexual harassment she had faced on base. And this led to you know this review panel and several other investigations that are still ongoing on That Fort Hood's leadership had created a permissive environment for sexual assault and harassment and Fort Hood and that it had in effectively implemented its prevention program, which is known as sharp. Okay, So the Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy, clearly saying that there was leadership failure here that that led to this based on these findings? What what exactly did he announced yesterday? So yesterday, he announced that he relieved you're suspended. 14 leaders of the base that included a two star general was relieved of his job, but three core Another two star general was suspended and pending another investigation and the command team at the helm of Vanessa Gins unit was also fired from their job as well. And so he also mentioned there were 70 recommendations that came out of this report and that he has created a task force to let him know by march how to best implement every single one of these investigators. Recommendations, and those recommendations will go army. Why not just it? Fort Hood? So you were at the base when this was announced what it was it like there. Yeah, they Fort Hood Commander General. White held a press conference yesterday after Secretary McCarthy made the announcement and he was a very somber tone. It was very He wanted people to know and his command teams at Fort Hood to know that this is something that's going to make changes and he is going to take it very seriously. He then brought 2000 soldiers together at an outdoor football stadium, and he addressed them quite frankly, about what was happening. And you know, many of those soldiers had been at work all day. They didn't even know What had happened. They didn't know that some of their chain of command had been fired earlier in the day. But afterwards I spoke to one female soldier who she's been following this very closely. She's been working at Fort Hood for about a year now, and she has friends who are impacted by this and she really wants to see these changes. You said these changes could go beyond Fort Hood, right? Yes, Secretary. McCarthy noted that you know, while this report looked specifically at Fort Hood Um, the the the Committee members, you know, heard from soldiers about their experiences that other installations as well and so he wants to implement these changes across the army. Yes, there is a regional reporter, Four stars and stripes. Thanks So much for reporting this morning. Yes. Thank you for having me. House Democrats are planning a change to the way Congress spends taxpayer money earmarks, which let lawmakers request money for projects could be making a comeback. They were effectively banned in 2000 and 11 after a syriza of scandals. Here's NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis. Back. One earmarks were a regular feature of congressional life. Missouri Democratic Congressman Emanuel Cleaver said Republicans and Democrats could cut more deals. This used to be a time everybody was Don't do you. I mean Republicans, Democrats dancing kissing on, You know, just this was like the time to be saved. Cleaver served on a bipartisan committee established last year to examine how to make Congress work better one of the conclusions in their final report. Bring back earmarks. The panel's recommendations were Wade after hearing testimony from advocates like John who deck of the Brookings Institution. Who's long argued the earmark band over corrected the problem. Your marks were painted as a coven for corruption. Practice reserved for the funding of needless projects to benefit the friends, supporters and donors of members of Congress. Much of this was hyperbole is earmarking was abused on Lee by a handful of members in the past, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer is leading the effort to reinstate them with limits and more transparency. He argues the band didn't even stop your marks. It just transferred that spending power from Congress where it constitutionally belongs. The executive branch. More it doesn't and my belief is that members of Congress elected from foreign 35 districts around the country know frankly better than those who may be in Washington. What they're district's need. In the past decade, both parties have attempted and failed to reinstate member earmarks because of concerns about how it would play politically. Now there's broad support from House Democratic leaders, including Majority Whip James Clyburn, an incoming House Appropriations Committee chair, Rosa Dolorosa of Connecticut. She told NPR. She thinks this time it could stick its dynamic. It is a dynamic environment, and I think we are in a better position now to move forward in this area. Steve Ellis runs taxpayers for Common Sense, a budget watchdog group. He's more skeptical House Democrats can push as much as they want, but they're gonna have to have a dance partner in the Senate, and they're gonna have to have a dance partner with the Republicans. It's one of these things where it just won't stand politically and optically if they don't all jump together. Senate Republicans voted to permanently ban earmarks just last year, but control of the Senate won't be clear until after a pair of Georgia special elections in early January. Missouri Republican Senator Roy Blunt, a longtime Appropriator made it clear the Senate's not currently rushing to join with House Democrats. I don't think senators are Thinking about this much until it's clear what the House really intends to do. Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy, the top Democrat on the Senate Appropriations Committee, supports bringing back your marks and he says In private. The idea is quite popular. Oh, yes, on theirs. Very quiet support. Put Republicans put there will be some opposed, but they don't have to have your marks that they don't like him. Former President Barack Obama opposed your marks, famously pledging to veto any bill that came to his desk that included them. President elect Joe Biden hasn't weighed in yet. Biden says he wants to bring Republicans and Democrats.

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Army secretary condemns command climate

Mark Levin

00:58 sec | 6 months ago

Army secretary condemns command climate

"Over a dozen military commanders relieved of their post or outright suspended after an investigation into misconduct at Fort Hood military base, Fox's Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon reports. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy removed 14 Army commanders at Fort Hood in Texas after an independent investigation found a toxic command climate that enabled sexual assault murder and a high rate of suicides. I am gravely disappointed that leaders failed, effectively created climate. Treated all soldiers with dignity and respect. The scale of the punishment is unprecedented in the U. S. Army. The drastic measures were taken following a months long independent review after the mishandling of the disappearance and murder of 20 year old private first class finesse again. The young soldier was sexually harassed them brutally murdered and dismembered by a fellow soldier at Fort Hood, who took his life in July when police closed in at the Pentagon. Jennifer Griffin Fox News

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14 fired or suspended following Fort Hood investigation into Vanessa Guillén's death

Mark Levin

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

14 fired or suspended following Fort Hood investigation into Vanessa Guillén's death

"Major changes are coming to Fort Hood after a Pentagon review of the Texas Army base. The investigation follows the disappearance and murder of Vanessa Gin, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy. The findings of the committee. Identified major flaws with sexual harassment and assault Response prevention program from implementation reporting. An adjudication, 14 commanders said Fort Hood have been fired or

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on KTRH

"A dozen are fired at Fort Hood due to violence on the army base. I'm Wyatt Goolsbee. It's five o'clock on NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh with traffic and weather together. Let's go to Katie London. Leave that to the step that little in south down there was an accident looks like a Western Augustine and that left lane blocked and it's backed up from 2 25, also causing a bit of a north bound on liquor delay. We still have some heavy traffic moving out on I 10 he's freeway eastbound from Channel View into Webby town from that earlier issue we had Dad says for 3 30. We also got some heavy traffic certain stack up on the West loop for that five o'clock, Dr. Coming South found Katy Freeway to Southwest Freeway had about 10 minutes, getting London on the gold coast windows dot com 24 hour Traffic center. Well, big blocking high pressure out across the Rockies have been keeping the weather patterns quiet. And now with the high moving on top of Texas is going to get warm here Wednesday. Thursday, we will fort with record high temps Wednesday afternoon, our record 84 from 2019. We're not gonna be quite that warm. But we are fucking upper seventies here for the mid week forecast 46 overnight tonight, 77 on Wednesday and Thursday. Rain showers. Friday Saturday with sixties and seventies I meteorologists Scott Larrimore, the Weather Channel in Galveston. It's 64 degrees in Houston. 71 degrees of Ktrh Top Tax Defenders 24 Hour Weather Center. Times now, 501 our top story. Multiple commanders at a central Texas Army post are either being fired or suspended the disappearance and death of a soldier, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy told reporters today. Fort Hood failed.

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:48 min | 6 months ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"President Trump celebrated the expected approval of the first U. S vaccine for the coronavirus as the White House work Tuesday to instill confidence in the distribution President Trump says the production of a vaccine and nine months is nothing short of a miracle People that aren't necessarily big fans of Donald Trump for saying, What do you like him or not? This is one of the greatest miracles in the history of modern day. Medicine or any other medicine any other age of medicine? Pfizer CEO Dr Albert Borland tells the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and associations he would tell vaccine skeptics. Vaccines have long been the best way to head off serious illnesses. The Army says it is fired or suspended. 14 officers and enlisted soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas, in order policy changes to address chronic leadership failures at the base that contributed to a widespread pattern of violence. Including murder, sexual assault and harassment. Army Chief of Staff General James Makhan Ville says he knows the army needs to do better at preventing sexual violence and other crimes. Some will say we flex society. I don't want to reflect society in these type of issues. I want to make sure that we have a Environment where everyone is treated with dignity. Respect to that one takes care of each other, and we expect our leaders to do that, and that's what we're gonna do. The actions taken Tuesday by Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy come a year at that saw 25 soldiers assigned to Fort Hood died due to suicide homicide or accidents. On Wall Street that out by 104 points more on these stories at town hall dot com. Know what stinks over paying for things, and that includes your cell phone bill. That's why every day people are switching to peer talk. You say you get the exact same coverage as the larger carriers, but at half the cost with no contract and no excessive fees, get unlimited talk text and two gigs of data opera just $20 a month..

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14 fired or suspended following probe into Fort Hood soldier's death

AP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

14 fired or suspended following probe into Fort Hood soldier's death

"Enlisted soldiers at Fort Hood in Texas. This report. Without a doubt. Because the army to change our culture. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy made the announcement today. It comes in the aftermath of a year that saw 25 soldiers assigned to Fort Hood died due to suicide homicide or accidents, including the bludgeoning death of specialist Vanessa Again. This is Army Chief of staff James Makhan Ville. Some will say we flex society. I don't want to reflect society in these type of issues. I want to make sure that we have a Environment where everyone is treated with Dana respect to that one takes care of each other, and we expect our leaders to do that, and that's what we're going to do to general officers were among those being removed from their jobs at Fort Hood as Tom Army leaders announced the findings of an independent panel's investigation into problems at the base in Texas. I'm Ed Donahue. The United Kingdom has started

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Army fires, suspends 14 leaders after systemic failures at Fort Hood, Texas

WBZ Midday News

01:20 min | 6 months ago

Army fires, suspends 14 leaders after systemic failures at Fort Hood, Texas

"U. S army reveals the findings of an independent investigation into a syriza of sexual assaults, missing soldiers, suicides and murders. All of Fort put based in Texas. I've determined the issues at Fort Hood. Directly related to leadership failures, leadership failures, according to Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy, who calls the results deeply troubling and disappointing. As a result, we've learned that 14 officers and enlisted soldiers have been fired or suspended. And this probe was launched after the murder of a young soldier Vanesa G. N earlier this year, McCarthy says this report has repercussions well beyond the Texas space Well, the independent Review focused on the command, climate and culture at Fort Hood. Findings contain the committee's report. Impact the entire army. More than one million soldiers, a culture of humiliation and among the more than two dozen station of Fort Hood who lost their lives over the last year. Brockton native sergeant Elder Fernandez, the young man took his own life, saying he was bullied and humiliated by his colleagues after reporting sexual abuse. Cold winds and hot

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:44 min | 6 months ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"This is Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy. I'm gravely disappointed. Leaders failed, effectively created climate that treated all soldiers with dignity and respect, and they failed to reinforce everyone's obligation to prevent and properly respond to allegations of sexual harassment and sexual assault. Because of this two stores trust in conference and accountability. I directed the relief and or suspension of commanders and other leaders from the core to the squad level. The move comes after an independent review following the death of Vanessa Guion Louden County school officials keeping a close eye and health metrics that could force them to shut down in person classes that any moment several weeks ago, the school board adopted an automatic trigger too close classrooms of two separate men. Tricks or met the first involving the number of new cases per 100,000 residents was past weeks ago. The second metric. The 14 Day average positivity rate has stayed below the 10% threshold so far, but it was it 9.7% yesterday and at that rate rises above the 10% market would trigger an automatic shutdown, sending students in hybrid model learning back to all the virtual instruction. The school board could vote to tweet that trigger when it meets next week. John Matthews on W. M A. L and W m a l dot com. Meanwhile, in Maryland. The debate over virtual learning continues. We do hear a lot about the students who aren't being served well by the virtual option. There are some students in some families that find that they're they're thriving in that option. Maryland State Education Board member Rachel McCusker Well board Vice president, Jean Hallie agrees. Teachers have developed technology skills that has been one of the benefits of kids that teachers have didn't have The time to explore. Some digital assets have now by necessity have exploited this assets. Have found them to be helpful. The board is also considering easing testing regulations for graduation requirements. Farber Brute W. E Mail and W. Imelda CALM White House Coronavirus Task for remembered is promoting the covert 19 vaccine as the Food and Drug Administration is preparing to approve it months that slowly the chief scientist of the Trump administration's operation works speed on Fox News, explaining what his chief concern is once the Food and Drug Administration of proves a covert 19. Actually, I think at this moment, the highest concern I have is the level of hesitancy within the population as to accepting whether they will be immunized or not slow. We could not explain President Trump's latest executive order, which aims to prioritize shipment of the Corona virus vaccine to Americans over other countries. Drug makers have already signed agreements to deliver the vaccine to nations around the world in Washington, John Decker Fox News, It looks like the recent fight, but I mean, Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr was a real knockout just as concertgoers pay significantly higher prices to see their favorite acts of yesterday performed today and non pandemic times. Sports fans grasped onto nostalgia two weekends ago to watch an eight round exhibition boxing match between two of the sport's greatest fighters in their day. Mike Tyson now 54 Roy Jones Jr 51. Paper View event that was priced at $49.99 attracted more than 1.6 million buys, according to Tyson's Legends only league which got its numbers from the event distributor trailer, which said the Tyson Jones exhibition ranks in the top 10 of all time paper view buys still numbers air coming in, but at this point, the total more than $80 million generated Jarod Max Fox News on Wall Street. The Dow's up 117 points the S and P. 500 up nine. The NASDAQ Up 26. Double drama, L traffic and weather. Next W. M A L We believe everyone should have a chance to.

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The Pentagon, where he sat down for an interview with the secretary of the Army, Ryan McCarthy, who says he doesn't know if there will ever be justice for GNN Again. Family has said that the Army has left them in the dark as to what happened the day their daughter vanished. We had A lot of contact with the family about 40 different instances from April 22nd July 1st. But when a family endures something is horrible. Is this They want information immediately. We're is angry and he's disappointed a CZ they are. We've tried to get the answers as quickly as you can. On the day that Vanessa's remains were found specialists, Robinson is put under the watch of an unarmed escort. How does the prime suspect in Vanessa's disappearance escaped from a military base somehow get ahold of a gun and then killed himself. That's part of what we've asked General Murray to look at in his investigation is to what actions were taken and how they followed procedures. I don't have enough information to truly understand the specifics of what happened at that moment. Mr Secretary. It's been more than four months and thousands of hours of investigation. How can the army have no idea what Robinsons motive to us? Not being able to question him. We have not been able to find these facts. Is there anything you want to say to the Gan family? Are incredibly disappointed. In heartbroken for loss or teammate. We let you down, but we'll do everything in our power. I'll never allow things like this happen again making during change for our institutions. Will there ever be justice for Vanessa Again? I.

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:17 min | 10 months ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of murder, sexual assault and harassment. Three soldiers in the last year have vanished from the post and later turned up dead. In ordering an independent review last month, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said. I'm angry and frustrated, disappointed. They were hard now. McCarthy has ordered a change in leadership at Fort Hood, insisting that soldiers who feel they've been sexually harassed, come forward and file complaints. Jim Ryan, ABC NEWS Dallas The numbers. They're startling out of this. Texas based 26 soldiers stationed at Fort Hood have died this year, including Brockton native sergeant Elder Fernandez, whose body was found hanging from a tree in Temple, Texas last week, roughly 30 miles outside of the base. Today, Fernandez's remains returned home to Brockton, where he will be laid to rest. Dr Anthony found she clarifying some misinformation that the president tweeted about the number of covert deaths. We get more from the nation's top infectious disease experts Alky once again finding himself at odds, with the president, firmly dismissing a claim Trump retweeted, suggesting the death toll from the virus was only 9000. Because of patients with underlying conditions. That does not mean that someone who has hypertension, diabetes who dies of cove it didn't die of covert 19. They did Dr Foulke urging states not to let Labor Day celebrations ruin the fall. ABC is Eva Pilgrim with that report. As Labor Day gets closer, a public health expert is asking people to understand that some activities are better than others for the holiday weekend amid Corona virus. Mrs Brown University's Dr Nash's job. I do believe we can have a fun labor day. It's just we can't do everything we did last Labor day. So what can we do? I think backyard barbecues. We're fine as long as they're not massive, But you have to have a plan. What if it starts raining? Don't have everybody come indoors because that becomes risky. Go to the beach, but then don't go out to an indoor dining restaurant afterwards. And a lack of rainfall, combined with searing Thames prompted state leaders to urge Massachusetts residents to limit their water use. Well, now one South shore community is demanding it. Happily be Zeze Chris family with more You may want to put away those slip and slides or reprogrammed your sprinklers. If you live in Cohasset, as.

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Missing Fort Hood soldier's body found, family lawyer says

WBZ Midday News

00:59 sec | 10 months ago

Missing Fort Hood soldier's body found, family lawyer says

"A sad discovery for a local family. The body of a missing soldier from Brockton, Massachusetts, has found miles away from Fort Hood, where he was stationed in Texas, double BBC Sherry Small with new information. The body of missing Fort Hood soldier Sergeant Elder Fernandez was found yesterday. Fernandez was 23 years old. Old from Brockton. He went missing last week last seen on August 17th. When one of his Fort Hood superiors dropped him off at his home. Fernandez's Brockton family had pleaded for the public's help in finding him in a statement, Army officials had said Fernandez had been transferred to a different unit after reporting sexual abuse. Fernandez's body discovered last night hanging from a tree near railroad tracks about 30 miles outside of Fort Hood. Foul play is not suspected. U. S. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy ordered an investigation back in July, saying that the base had some of the highest numbers of sex assault, harassment and homicide in

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Body Found In Texas Believed To Be Boston Area Solider Missing From Fort Hood Near Houston

WBZ Morning News

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

Body Found In Texas Believed To Be Boston Area Solider Missing From Fort Hood Near Houston

"Of missing Fort Hood soldier Sergeant Elder Fernandez was found yesterday. Fernandez was 23 years old from Brockton. He went missing last week last seen on August 17th. When one of his Fort Hood superiors dropped him off at his home. Fernandez's Brockton family had pleaded for the public's help in finding him in a statement. Army officials had said Fernandez had been transferred to a different unit after reporting sexual abuse. Fernandez's body discovered Heard last night hanging from a tree near railroad tracks about 30 miles outside of Fort Hood. Foul play is not suspected. US. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy ordered an investigation back in July, saying that the base had some of the highest numbers of sex assault, harassment and

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:23 min | 1 year ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on AP News

"Pentagon chief mark esper has abruptly reversed an earlier decision to send some active duty troops home from the Washington DC region some 1300 troops had been sent here as protests turned violent army secretary Ryan McCarthy tells the AP the Pentagon decided this morning to send home about 200 of them hours later he was told Esporte reversed the decision after a visit to the White House it's unclear if esper topped with president trump while they're there is growing tension between the Pentagon and the White House about the military response to the protests this morning S. spread tamp down the president's threats to use active duty troops to dominate the streets the option to use active duty forces in a law enforcement role should only be used as a matter of last resort the card he says he thinks the shift on sending some home is to ensure there is enough capability on hand in case of violence flares up Sager mag ani Washington

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:23 min | 1 year ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on AP News

"Pentagon chief mark esper has abruptly reversed an earlier decision to send some active duty troops home from the Washington DC region some 1300 troops had been sent here as protests turned violent army secretary Ryan McCarthy tells the AP the Pentagon decided this morning to send home about 200 of them hours later he was told Esporte reversed the decision after a visit to the White House it's unclear if esper topped with president trump while they're there is growing tension between the Pentagon and the White House about the military response to the protests this morning S. spread tamp down the president's threats to use active duty troops to dominate the streets the option to use active duty forces in a law enforcement role should only be used as a matter of last resort the card he says he thinks the shift on sending some home is to ensure there is enough capability on hand in case of violence flares up Sager mag ani Washington

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:23 min | 1 year ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on AP News

"Pentagon chief mark esper has abruptly reversed an earlier decision to send some active duty troops home from the Washington DC region some 1300 troops had been sent here as protests turned violent army secretary Ryan McCarthy tells the AP the Pentagon decided this morning to send home about 200 of them hours later he was told Esporte reversed the decision after a visit to the White House it's unclear if esper topped with president trump while they're there is growing tension between the Pentagon and the White House about the military response to the protests this morning S. spread tamp down the president's threats to use active duty troops to dominate the streets the option to use active duty forces in a law enforcement role should only be used as a matter of last resort the card he says he thinks the shift on sending some home is to ensure there is enough capability on hand in case of violence flares up Sager mag ani Washington

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting the army's use of the tech talk app raises concerns on Capitol Hill Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is voicing concerns about the army's use of a China old video app called tech talk the army's using the app as part of a new recruiting campaign in a letter to army secretary Ryan McCarthy she were points out that national security experts have raised concerns about tech talks collection and handling of user data including personal information Schumer also notes that Chinese laws compel companies to cooperate with China's government and intelligence collection a spokeswoman for the army secretary says the army is aware of concerns about tick tock

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"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:56 min | 3 years ago

"ryan mccarthy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Nagy raving about Aaron Rodgers March Clinton. I thought he was talking about my draft slot today. Is that what he drafted fantasy league number twelve? I have a great general manager and head coach in by Johnson. And to start at twelve is a real handy drafted on. Yes. I did he consults me. And we agree on. He told him he consults you. I'm doing my shows. And he's like, hey, you're our choices. What do you think we discuss it? And we pick somebody I'm involved. I'm not auto drafting, I don't let somebody else do it. Yeah. There's a cap controversy today because Ryan McCarthy over at NBC sports, Chicago was. We thought traffic for cab captain got angry at us for pointing it out and then threatened to quit. And he said this is not all BS that I'm getting I just might as well just to my team. And so did he admitted he? ABC's auto drafted last year. And now cap is tweeted an hour after he threatened to quit that there's no chance he's quitting. And he's ready to be Marcus shock and week number one. Eighty five bear bracket. I have the vision division. I have sparkles cap. I have big cat, and I had Jordan cornet. Okay. I'm going to teach all. Thanks. So we have some news here, and they don't want to get into what will bond set. I want to pick your brain on this, Mark. Paul solvent. And all of the other cubs beat writers. I haven't seen anything yet from Jesse. But I guess Josiah's met the media needs confirmed. There's barely barely enough time for branded Moro to return. The cubs would be lucky if he does return. I mean, this has all the makings of he's just not going to be back doesn't we all assume that I assume that he was not going to be back at all. Now, the prospect of Pedro stroke being you're closer. Now. He calls himself the closer. We're going to have to rely on him. I love the guy he gives you heart palpitations and an upset stomach. But I I like the guy admirable job. I just don't think if they don't have a closer. Then there's too much too many innings to fill and not enough. Good arms to rely on. And that to me I would not expect the cubs to win the World Series. You have a residual effect. You gotta mix and mass bullpen now is a guy that could get overworked and. That would damage him. Yes. Can I just jump to the socks for one? Second. Michael kopech cannot catch a break. He's the rain king. He should be his nickname. But not Rainman though. Smart, dude. Yeah. This is not fair. Everybody signing in the beginning of the day. Kopecks got a good day to pitch and downtown right now, let's see though on my I don't know. I don't have dark skies like you guys have. But I see I just says cloudy until eleven o'clock when it's forty percent chance of rain. So I mean, are they going to get it? Or is he going to get a chance? Suburb. Yeah. And they're moving in here. I've got rain throughout the night. Yeah. What happened? Average little positive sunny app. This wouldn't you come what your phone comes with your base? Every time up. It goes Cupertino, California. You know, it's like it's waste is. Our apple is stationed. It doesn't have location settings on. So he doesn't want them knowing I take them off. Exactly take them up. I can tell you that it is mostly cloudy in Chicago right now. But what are we looking at heart rain right now? Oh, that's not hard rain. We lived through hard rain in the last several days up north. Shower spring. More than a drizzle drizzle. That's a full open umbrella down because you're afraid of water. I don't wanna give. Is it is this just drizzling right now is this? Pretty good. She just sat there you go. Okay. You go outside. You stick in percentage. Got there and do the rest of the show. Why this is the drizzle. Go outside when I don't have to. To several conversations Waddell, do you want to go outside and get wet? Or is it a drizzle or is it a rain shower? I mean, I don't know how those sit house. So defense. I mean, it's the same guys. Make no sense common sense with what your point is nothing. The point was. And then we got confirmation from a woman who was walking by. You know, what did you take her? She's Tom skilling or. Butler or Cheryl, Scott or whoever you want all tells whether people in town, can I bring this just say it's one hundred percent humidity. Is that what his with that? Can I bring up what? Well von was talking about Michael says because he's been so conditioned at the age of sixty to have the good bears team be built with running backs and defense. He doesn't know how to even react if we do get a good quarterback. And it would be just a bonus to him to. He doesn't know how to active we'd have a good quarterback. And it'll be more of just a bonus to me. I'm like if you want to know what a good quarterback looks like put on the tape of bears Packers from the last thirty years and you'll see far handing the baton to Rogers like how I understand like to me makes me hunger. More for a great quarterback. Then never had a star quarterback for the Chicago Bears. Do you know what I'm saying? Yes. I know what you're saying. I know what he's saying. But Michael that's a real old guy take their I think because we've had that's the way the NFL has evolved. Everybody has a decent quarterback except the bears. So I understand that point. But you have to think of the bears in the context of in order to be competitive. This is the way you gotta go this. We have to stack your offense. The running game is just going to go away. You said they'd be able to run well enough to throw. So. Yeah, I don't know why you would run from wanting or thirsting for a great franchise quarterback. That's where it starts in the NFL. And that's basically considered a bonus. It's a necessity. I said to this year in two thousand eighteen the most important commodities come out of this season for me. And know that Mitchell's the guy for the next seven to ten years with no doubts that the license important issue. We have no idea at for me is most important. I don't have a million dollars. I know what a million dollars. And I would love to have a million dollars figuring. Yeah. Markle? Kenya? Million smart. I used to have that kind of money like there's nothing ever that. I couldn't adjust to for the good of team like as a fan. I can adjust to all of it throw me scenario. Gimme a scenario. That would be good for my team. They start the season Owen four now. Yeah. How would you handle the cubs winning a second World Series? I what a three year period. I you know, what I just. If I could handle harm you'd expect me come on. We did have to travel a lot the last time. I don't know if that's for sure..

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