27 Burst results for "Secretary Clinton"
"secretary clinton" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
"No i'm not going to say where this is because somebody posted on social media a comment and scary when you say the the expression a diamond in the rough spell rough for me are a. Uga ch right. Is that wrong. Nope you're right. The person posted diamond in the f. f. like mcgruff. The crime dog sound liberal barker of rough diamond in the earth. Right so keep an eye on that poll. Somebody emailed me a couple of times about an event similar to the tony awards or the grammy awards and had a local name to. It doesn't matter what it was. So when you say the tony's it's tony plural. it's t. o. n. y. s. Correct me. He oh ny apostrophe. It's not the grammys g. r. a. m. y. apostrophe s. It's enemies with an now. It's not gujjar. Es veronica's grammy is a proper name correct. So if it was the brody awards it would be the b. r. o. d. Yes the brody's of rhody or the s. k. e. r. y. s. Scary right there's no. Yeah what's the hard to understand their right but this person keeps emailing me about this other award show and putting in a positive. Well lastly got more. This was a fight that i had on argument. I had with someone on our text. Messaging program The morning show. There are some things in life that don't change their certain honors. You get by having a position for instance if you are whatever your last highest political position was you get to be called that forever correct. For instance hillary clinton will always be secretary clinton because being secretary of state is a higher title. Then first lady or senator. That's her last title..
"secretary clinton" Discussed on CFR On the Record
"But we don't but you know someone who is a local Politician can make that connection in a way that that that the that the believes in dc. No no no no score on new. Charlie like have a hard time thinking you know that case but i think that it's just another rule that if empowered local officials could could have sorry. I've done myself. We have a written question from cannock. Aguire who's council person announce andrea virginia. Are there any resources for localities to utilize expand some of the foreign relations with other seats sides. Sister cities program. Unfortunately not that. I know of Writer congress congressperson. So we there is legislation right now pending before congress or i. Maybe i don't think it's been reintroduced yet but it was. In last year's congress that will be reintroduced a bipartisan legislation to create an office obsidian state diplomacy at the state department That's kind of a first step There was such an office differently named under when secretary clinton was was there and then obviously that they under trump So the idea is to create a permanent office and to seekonk foreign service officers to cities and states the way they once were as part of the pearson fellowship. And my hope would be that. There'd be also some resources that could be that you know Local governments could bid for as i answered competitive process if they wanted to do projects so wish i had better news okay. there's a written question from mo- being batty who is the policy analysts in the new york state senate committee on internet and technology..
"secretary clinton" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Suci was this. What's the acronym for her party in birmingham. Mld l. d. re year is going to be able to speak to a better but she's a very important figure and she was under house arrest for twenty one years i think the president and hillary clinton were in the other room talking with her about major peacekeeping stuff and you were like wall. No i mean. I was in a meeting and was a historic meeting. Was the first sitting president's trip to myanmar. There had been liberalization where democratic election had occurred and the results were being respected. It looked like and things were liberalizing. Political prisoners were getting out of jail. I'd actually negotiated. The communique before obama came with a whole set of concessions by the burmese government's obama showed up. The communique was negotiated and people were happy with it and there. I found myself in her house in a meeting. With hillary clinton barack obama and the rest of teams might very small meeting of maybe half dozen people in on and luckily even though i was incredibly uncomfortable in the meeting. Your bust out. You're in this security bubble especially when you're a foreign country but even in america where you can't get separated from the bubbles. You can't be like timeout. I gotta go palm for whatever. So i just got swept along. You can't raise your hand and say excuse me my skin's about terrip. I need to relieve some of this pressure. Because that's the really anyway so luckily there was a moment where the meeting got so-called skinny down. Where only the principals were left. And i think what was left with. Secretary clinton suci president bombs. It was very reasonable. The rest of us were kind..
"secretary clinton" Discussed on KOMO
"Is. Isn't always just Isse Los Angeles native joining an esteem list of prestigious poets, including Robert Frost and Maya Angelou. Somehow we've weathered and witnessed a nation. That isn't broken, but simply unfinished. We the successors of a country and a time or a skinny black girl descended from slaves and raised by a single mother. And dream of becoming president on Lee to find herself reciting for one, Gorman was only halfway through writing the poem when, just two weeks ago that group of rioters stormed the capital. She decided to address that moment, head on. And finished her work that night. We've seen a forest that would shatter our nation rather than share. It would destroy our country if it meant delaying democracy. And this effort very nearly succeeded. But while democracy can be periodically delayed, it could never be permanently defeated. Her final words reflecting the gravity of the moment and so we lift our gaze is not to what stands between us. But what stands before us. We close the divide because we know to put our future first. We must first put our differences aside her work, winning the praise of President Obama and Secretary Clinton. Who wrote wasn't Amanda Gorman's poem Just studying? She's promised to run for president and 2036 I, For one, can't wait. Gorman's poem, a Lasting message to us all. But there was always light. If on Lee were brave enough to see it if on Lee were brave enough Sabian. That's a BCS Robin Roberts Well, our area has earned a new shopping distinction this week, according to household pulse. Always read household pulse. Don't you? The Seattle Metro area is number one when it comes to people who've spent more online during the pandemic over 67% of us say we're spending more online now than before we did them when the Butte pandemic began. It also set a record at Amazon last year, when the company reported his largest ratio of prime memberships ever come. Oh, traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. In five. The port of Tacoma Road on ramp to south bound by five is closed until 5 a.m. for road work and the South bound I five collector distributor Road to Portland Avenue is closed until about 6 A.m.. Into coma Self about highway 167 is closed between Grandview Drive and East are street until 5 A.m. and in Lakewood South bound by five and gravelly Lake Drive. Roadwork closes Elaine overnight until about 4 30 am I'm J. Phillips Cuomo 24 7 Traffic.
"secretary clinton" Discussed on KOMO
"And dream of becoming president on Lee to find herself reciting for one, Gorman was only halfway through writing the poem when, just two weeks ago that group of rioters stormed the capital. She decided to address that moment, head on. And finished her work that night. We've seen a forest that would shatter our nation rather than share. It would destroy our country if it meant delaying democracy. In this effort, very nearly succeeded. But while democracy can be periodically delayed, it could never be permanently defeated. Her final words reflecting the gravity of the moment and so we lift our gaze is not to what stands between us. But what stands before us. We close the divide because we know to put our future first. We must first put our differences aside her work, winning the praise of President Obama and Secretary Clinton. Who wrote wasn't Amanda Gorman's poem Just studying? She's promised to run for president and 2036 I, For one, can't wait. Gorman's poem, a Lasting message to us all for there was always lights. If on Lee were brave enough to see it if on Lee were brave enough Sabian report from ABC s Robin Roberts, the original singers of the song. Why am CIA say they're relieved President Trump will likely stop.
"secretary clinton" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"And this is from the introduction Page five. They've described how you know all the former presidents. With the exception of Herbert Walker Bush, who is ill. We're there for Trump's inauguration, as well as of Secretary Clinton and her husband, Bill Clinton. And the continues the clock mounted down to the key moment. Shortly before noon, when Donald Trump stood before Chief Justice John Roberts trumps wife, Melania held two Bibles on which he plays his left hand. One was from Trump's childhood. Otherwise, the Bible it Abraham Lincoln used to take his oath of office in 18 61. Then Trump raised his right hand and repeating after Robert's swore the presidential oath of office. A momentary silence hung in the air. No lightning bolt struck grounded out open. The passage of power in the United States had taken place as quietly as ever, And in that moment, an earthquake of sorts did occur. Because although the United States men it may have been more tragically misguided, may have had more tragically misguided executives at its helm. Never before had it had as president. A man more obviously misplaced in the office. Mismatch reverberated across the country with the very words of the oath itself well for millions of Trump supporters the moment it was sort of triumph for a great many others, a sense of dread pervaded the air that morning. Is dread had little to do with politics or policy programs. It was not the normal apprehension one might have at the swearing in of a politician. One opposes. Even many people who had cast their ballots for Trump shared a collective recognition. The man swearing this oath was simply not the sort of man who was supposed to be president of the United States. That mismatch and the challenge opposes to the office, Trump assumed that they are the subjects of this book. It's mismatch is fundamentally a question of character and its core to a far greater degree than Americans commonly imagined the office of the Presidency demands It depends on a measure of civic virtue. We don't mean civic virtue and loftier, nostalgic sense of expecting our elected leaders to be scholar statesman who in theorized a system of government as easily as they can lead one. Nor do we mean virtue in the sense of personal, personal righteousness and purity. Americans have long cysts since given up the expectation that our country's leaders will be on a par with its founders, even as the founders own luster has tarnished overtime. Presidency has had its share of rogues and villains and incompetence. That's at a certain common understanding of the presidency has prevailed over more than two centuries, and this understanding call it the traditional presidency carries with a certain expectations. It does not expect presidents to be paragons of virtue, but it does expect them to espouse shared values into at least pose as role models. It expects presidents to speak of service and putting others before self It expects Presidents two at a minimum pay lip service to follow in the law and embracing an ethos of civic duty and pervasively depends and president's thinking. That they enforce and comply with the rules in good faith. By contrast, it was resoundingly clear on January 20th 2017 that Donald Trump's life in candidacy were an ongoing a rejection of civic virtue, even if we define the term loosely From the earliest days of his campaign, he declared war on the traditional presidencies, expectations of behaviour. He was flagrant in his personal immorality, boasting a marital infidelity and belittling political opponents with lewd insults. Had constructed his entire professional identity around gold plated excess and luxury and the branding of self as a candidate. He remained unabashed in his greed and personal ambition. Even his namesake charitable foundation was revealed to be merely a shell for self dealing. I bragged that finding ways to avoid pain taxes made him smart. The overriding message of Trump's life and of his campaign was that weakness, kindnesses weakness, manners there for wimps, and the public interest is for suckers. Never spoke of the presidential office, other than as an extension of himself. In America and 2016 that turned out to be a winning message. The reasons why I have been treated in depth elsewhere is a function of political polarization domestically of myriad forces, driving the appeal of authoritarian populist globally and of the dramatic loss of confidence in political elites and of a media ecosystem in which voters can increasingly choose their own realities. Was a function no doubt of the resurgence of races a salient political identity. For many white voters, and critically for president purposes. It was a function of political parties. Loss of control over their own nominating process is Believed all there's the question of how to assess trumps appeal in the social conditions that allow him to flourish. The relevant fact for now is that the appeal was brought enough for Trump to win 306 electoral votes. And thus acquired the privilege of taking the oath of office that day. And so a man who quite proudly rejected personal and public virtue now occupied in office, designed by people who valued nothing higher. George Washington had said that quote virtual or morality is unnecessary Spring, a popular government, John Adams had insisted the public virtue quote the only foundation of Republics could not exist in a nation without private virtue. Alexander Hamilton had written that virtue and honor were the foundation of confidence that underpinned the institution of delegated power. The contemporary Anglo Irish philosopher Edmund Burke had famously declared that quote society cannot exist unless it controlling power. Upon.
What to expect from the first Biden-Trump debate
"Between President Trump and his Democratic challenger, former vice president Joe Biden. Yesterday. We look back at how Biden has approached his many debates over the years. And today we examine Donald Trump's particular style on the debate stage. NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith reports. When it comes to President Trump's preparation for debating Joe Biden. The message being telegraphed is that he isn't trying too hard. Here's Trump campaign spokesman Hogan Gidley on Fox News. I'm not going to get into the specifics of how this president prepares for these debates. But he's pressure tested every single day by the American people when they ask questions about the mainstream media. So press briefings are debate Prep, Trump's campaign manager told reporters trumps best preparation is really just being president. That was Trump's argument when he dialed into Fox and friends. How are you preparing for this debate? By working very hard. You know what? By working very hard, not own debates. But on running the country with Trump. It's hard to tell whether this is an effort to lower expectations or whether he really isn't doing anything special to prepare for the debates in 2016 Trump prepared, But his most memorable moments came in this seemingly unwra first interruptions from everything I see has no respect. For this person? Well, that's because he'd rather have a puppet as president and opens today, and it's pretty clear it's pretty clear that year, Trump had a few themes. Hillary Clinton's emails, immigration, trade and the economy. He came back to them on repeat, no matter the questions. He had scrappy comebacks and a total disregard for debate rules or being presidential. Which gave him a certain freedom. It's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in our country because you'd be in jail. Secretary Clinton Thistle makes President Trump Hard to debate says Sleep Rinus who stood in for Trump during Hillary Clinton's debate preparation sessions four years ago. It's like trying to perform a piano. Solo. When the other guys got a grog grog ER is a Yiddish term for a noisemaker and just spinning it the whole time, Rinus says. It's not that Trump was a great debater in any traditional sense, but he was fun to watch and really hard to pin down. Now, though, Trump is president. There's a pandemic and a recession, Rinus says. Watching Trump respond to questions about Cove it you can see he's not the same guy he was four years ago, Donald Trump is facing a different circumstance. He's facing different consequences than he ever has in this life. And if sparring with the media really is Trump's debate Prep, then his July interview with tonight's debate, moderator Chris Wallace might offer a hint and where Trump could trip up. When you talk about mortality rate, I think it's the opposite. I think we have one of the lowest mortality rate way had 900. Deaths in a single day. We will take this week ready. You get me the mortality rate. Trump also faces a different opponent than he did in 2016. For months. Trump has been portraying Biden is not having all his faculties. But now Trump and his aides are suddenly talking up Biden's debate skills. We have a debate coming up, and who knows, you know he's been doing You know what he's been doing it for 47 years. I've been doing it for 3.5 years so he should be able to beat me. I would like as you can hear. Trump loves a crowd, But tonight the hall will be largely empty due to Cove it another new factor. Trump will have to deal with Tamara Keith NPR news. news.
"secretary clinton" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"1000 members of the National Association of Police, Police organizations, the International Union of Police Association's clearly they're going one way some of them endorse the Obama Biden ticket in 2008. This is probably going to be the first time that you don't see any major cop backing for Joe Biden. He's historically had quite a lot of it in terms of all of his past runs on. I do think that to Jessica's 20080.1 of the reasons that the campaign is kind of out on the trail earlier than maybe expect. Did is because that they saw some of these law and order message is having significant impacts potentially in these states. When you look at these polls generally, it's kind of an interesting situation, though, because I wouldn't say that the Biden campaign is acting like they have the lead that these national polls indicate that they do. They're behaving as if it's much closer as if it is to Tom's point, something that is just a couple of points separating him from the president. And I think that there's a real concern on the part of Democrats that you know this race was Us last time, perhaps in the last 60 days after what happened on the 9 11 ceremonies with Secretary Clinton on, I think that the debates obviously went well for president for then candidate Trump. There's a lot of concern about what they could lead to this time around at first Bay. Three weeks away, here is the president and Dr Fauci on vaccines. It will be delivered before in my opinion before the end of the year, But it really might even be delivered before the end of October. Not because of the election be nice because we want to save people, most of US project that that's going to be by November December by the end of the year. Could this be earlier? Sure, it is conceivable that you could have it by a coma, So I don't think that that's likely and Tom earlier I put the sound, but we're doctor fact, she said, that you have to trust that the FDA is not going to put anything out there that it's not safe, but the body can Pain in multiple times is suggesting that if it comes out before election day, that is pure politics, right. I think that's a dangerous move for for comma Harris her comments Joe Biden to sort of politicized the vaccine. If you're an average American, everybody wants a vaccine as soon as possible so they can return to their normal lives. I thought Simone Sanders actually made an interesting angle during her interview brat where she said, Look, we're you know, we're this isn't gonna be equitably distributed and that the Corona Iris has disproportionately impacted African Americans. Latinos eso there going. Oh, actually, I think based on what she said, not politicize the vaccine, the safety of the vaccine, they may question a little bit but actually pull a politicized trumps handling of the distribution of the vaccine to communities of color. That's a good point, Jessica it seems like they're preparing for this vaccine to be available and out and the president to talk about. Yeah, absolutely. It will certainly be a boon for the president's campaign is the vaccine is Undeliverable before Election Day, and that operation Warp speed was a success. That's kind of where he's put all his eggs into that basket that well after he said that it was just going to go away. Now, At least we'll have a vaccine. And I do think that Simone Sanders and his answer was incredibly smart and nuanced and also avoided talking about Camilla Harris is mention of being suspicious of the vaccine. I know a lot of people who also feel that way, though, especially in light of the CDC, pushing convalescent plasma and then having them walk that back and the fact that the Resident has boosted hydroxy Clark when, for instance, on TV a number of times where Dr Fauci has had to contradict him to ensure that people are not just taking it for sport. I personally if the FDA approves it will be taking that vaccine if I could get my hands on it. I want to go back to normal life like the rest of us. But I think that the equity issue is a very smart place for Joe Biden to be in this campaign, and it's really underpins everything he's talking about. Simone didn't didn't answer whether Joe Biden would take the vaccine once it's available. When you rank things been Corona virus where we are November 3rd the economy where it is, and you heard what the Treasury secretary said about that, and law and order and protests and where that stands. How do you see which issue is taking most prominent? Well, I think the virus still is very prominent for the most part of most people's minds and in their decision factor when they come in terms of looking at the different priorities of issues, But I do think that these economic questions that we're going to become more and more Porton as we get closer to election Day, because a lot of this has to do with who people have confidence in to lead us out of this situation. The president has been hammering away on the ideas you heard from Secretary Mnuchin that the Obama Biden years were a stagnant recovery. One where wages really didn't grow that he's proven that he can do that, and that he's going to do it again. I think he's going to lean into that strength as we get closer to election day and try to establish a message that only he can take us back, perhaps to where we were before 58 days from now. We should point out a lot of states, including North Carolina. Already voting ballots are going out the door. Thanks. Panel will have to take a break here. But when we come back President Trump denying a report saying he disparaged.
Brown Girls Make History
"What's your take? This is obviously a big moment Joe Biden interest picked Kamala Harris. What are you feeling? What are you thinking? It's a very big moment. I've been excited ever since Vice President Biden committed to having a woman on the ticket. It's twenty twenty. So that would mean we went only have seen four women on a major presidential ticket. And in a year where we're celebrating the one hundred anniversary of the nineteenth amendment and women getting the right to vote. It was exciting for that reason but also for the fact that. We're finally realizing you can't win without women. Women are base of the Democratic Party lack Lameta, the base of the base of the Democratic Party, and you can't take us for granted when I think about and our Harris hurt her directory has been amazing. It is everything that we love to see Atta merge actually say she is the story of emerge starting off as a city district attorney. Then becoming Attorney General United States senator and now vice presidential candidates. This is. What we want for women and she's the first black woman Indian woman to be on this ticket is going back to the nineteenth amendment. It technically gave women the right to vote, but we know that women of color. Blind. Brown indigenous women didn't get full voting rights until after nineteen, sixty five. So, for Black Brennan Indigenous Women, it hasn't been a whole one hundred years of suffrage a for one hundred years of the women's right movement in this country. To see a black woman, an Indian woman essentially that. Is absolutely amazing and I'm so on cloud nine about the pick. How do you feel like the coverage has been thus far of the pick. So we're we're recording this. It hasn't even been twenty four hours. Since interrupt but. I'M NOT GONNA lie I'm already exhausted by the racism and sexism. Efi weeks that grow some other black women and myself created the Hashtag win with black women and it wasn't response to the negative coverage. We not only saw about sooner Harris but all of the other women who were potential BP picks. Just how they were being absolutely torn apart. In the press, it was the exact same thing that we had seen. What? Secretary? Clinton. And we came together because we immediately wanted to call it out. We were going to say you are not about to do this. Again, you are not about to disqualify and be horrible to these women because of your issues with. And sexism and we wanted to stand with those women in particular black women who are being considered, and over the past few days we've seen more people put out statements about the media and how they need to make sure that they're not being racist and sexist in their coverage other organizations popcorn to get behind the woman vp whoever was going to be, and that was just really important. We knew that we needed to be ready and I'm seeing all of these women come together. But just in the past few hours from. Press interviews that I've done a panel that I've been on tweets and I'm seeing people already discrediting or Harris. One tweet a man stand. Oh, she should be or all that stuff without Franken happened because that opened up the seat the judiciary people got to see her through the cabinet hearing and that put her on the national stage and I'm like. Really. That's it. That's the reason. Why Kamla Is the. I in a press interview where someone said, well, black people don't like Homeland Harris. Black voters aren't behind her. NATO them tell me why black voters aren't behind her and said, well, I talked to a couple of young black women and they don't like her and they said so those couple of young black women represent every single black person in the united. States? Of America. Is that by people are not a monolith, black women are not a monolithic. So for you to make that statement is completely untrue and I just finished a panel. With a black Republican woman and she made the comment about how they just find it ridiculous that all of these black women are now supporting Kamla for vp that didn't support her for president. So how she qualified to be BP, she wasn't qualified to be president. And that one really got to me. And I had to let her know that when there's all these men who are running for president drop out and gets elected to the VP. We never say those things always say as great pit 'cause they have all this experience they're going to bring so much to their role are if Men is picked to be in the cabinet. That is awesome. So, why are we doing this Tacoma?
Brown Girls Make History
"What's your take? This is obviously a big moment Joe Biden interest picked Kamala Harris. What are you feeling? What are you thinking? It's a very big moment. I've been excited ever since Vice President Biden committed to having a woman on the ticket. It's twenty twenty. So that would mean we went only have seen four women on a major presidential ticket. And in a year where we're celebrating the one hundred anniversary of the nineteenth amendment and women getting the right to vote. It was exciting for that reason but also for the fact that. We're finally realizing you can't win without women. Women are base of the Democratic Party lack Lameta, the base of the base of the Democratic Party, and you can't take us for granted when I think about and our Harris hurt her directory has been amazing. It is everything that we love to see Atta merge actually say she is the story of emerge starting off as a city district attorney. Then becoming Attorney General United States senator and now vice presidential candidates. This is. What we want for women and she's the first black woman Indian woman to be on this ticket is going back to the nineteenth amendment. It technically gave women the right to vote, but we know that women of color. Blind. Brown indigenous women didn't get full voting rights until after nineteen, sixty five. So, for Black Brennan Indigenous Women, it hasn't been a whole one hundred years of suffrage a for one hundred years of the women's right movement in this country. To see a black woman, an Indian woman essentially that. Is absolutely amazing and I'm so on cloud nine about the pick. How do you feel like the coverage has been thus far of the pick. So we're we're recording this. It hasn't even been twenty four hours. Since interrupt but. I'M NOT GONNA lie I'm already exhausted by the racism and sexism. Efi weeks that grow some other black women and myself created the Hashtag win with black women and it wasn't response to the negative coverage. We not only saw about sooner Harris but all of the other women who were potential BP picks. Just how they were being absolutely torn apart. In the press, it was the exact same thing that we had seen. What? Secretary? Clinton. And we came together because we immediately wanted to call it out. We were going to say you are not about to do this. Again, you are not about to disqualify and be horrible to these women because of your issues with. And sexism and we wanted to stand with those women in particular black women who are being considered, and over the past few days we've seen more people put out statements about the media and how they need to make sure that they're not being racist and sexist in their coverage other organizations popcorn to get behind the woman vp whoever was going to be, and that was just really important. We knew that we needed to be ready and I'm seeing all of these women come together. But just in the past few hours from. Press interviews that I've done a panel that I've been on tweets and I'm seeing people already discrediting or Harris. One tweet a man stand. Oh, she should be or all that stuff without Franken happened because that opened up the seat the judiciary people got to see her through the cabinet hearing and that put her on the national stage and I'm like. Really. That's it. That's the reason. Why Kamla Is the.
"secretary clinton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Hello John Ellery we're waiting for you you can start there all year on it's it's like everyone hello everyone all right so that was that with Joe and Hillary on camera now we do this show every day so we're a little bit better at hitting queues but he wants to be president United States then secretary Clinton god bless her she made I sure to kill I did what every Democrat is thinking it's right out of the sol Inskeep playbook firm she has great affection a long time connection cut number fifteen this is a high stakes high because of the pandemic but this is also a really high stakes election and every form of healthcare should continue to be available and looting our reproductive health care for every woman in this country and then it needs to be part of a much larger system that eventually and quickly I hope gets us universal health care so I I can only say amen to everything you're saying but also to again and lists people that this would be a terrible crisis to waste as the old saying goes we learned a lot about what I thought you said it out loud you're not supposed to say that out loud this would be a terrible crisis to waste we've got to cut that in but I mean you just turn this would be a terrible crisis to wait it is it is so crazy Nancy Pelosi when I I look I do not watch any I told you I watch Chuck Todd I widespread bear it I watch Bob Costas I don't watch Nicole Wallace I'm the crazy stuff that goes on on M. S. N. B. C. some days when more Nancy Pelosi shows up she showed up yesterday and you just you just have to hear this cut number eighteen the speaker of the house in the middle of the worst crisis since nine eleven and easily the worst public health crisis in a hundred years here that the policy no but I do wanna Hogan is a Republican and he certainly has spoken up for and other governors and they had we had strong bipartisan support Democrats and Republicans in support of a state and local investments as we go forward in the next bill and that is to support our heroes are health care providers are for our first responders police fire emergency services people are teachers are transit workers are postal workers to deliver the mail medicine too many people in our country certainly our seniors over time as our food providers the list goes on so rather than spending time talking about the president's saying we should inject Beisel and our long selling any makes a big fuss about my having ice cream in my freezer that's as late as today is the most current not right there president said we should inject Lysol in our lungs he makes a big fuss about my ice cream in my freezer the ice cream in the freezer part is true of course the president did not say inject Lysol in your lungs that's the blue bubble and the blue bubble thinks it's clever I love that they're doing this I want them to use that hashtag in jackets all in the comments section of every pro trump neutral trump serious reporter out there the president said in Jack white's on your own it's just it's a marker of idiocy it genuinely is when someone says what the president said means inject Lysol into your lungs you know the person who said that or who did not object to that it's not serious that the big three things the the one statement in the two questions the statement number one it's the communist Chinese party stupid that's on my all screen number two free market capitalism or socialism to get us out of his back this is a jam so worldwide catastrophe how we got to get out of it free market capitalism or socialism I know what works what is always right it's not wanted to blow see selling its not what AOC is selling its free markets and free minds second question do you want Donald trump's energy and his team or do you want Joe Biden's lethargy confusion cluelessness at the top of the pyramid hi it's the choices he has made very now they might swipe bought Joe they might take a look like he was falling asleep with Hillary for five times it looked down to close his eyes and I said to myself you know I've been a million A. B. sets not about let me let me ask her I've been on ten thousand sept ten thousand times when the green lights going on because I did nightly news and L. A. for ten years that I've been on the radio for thirty years I know what I'm on and I know that when I'm online I have to have energy and look into the camera and be away can be alive didn't pretend to listen even if I'm not listening to join I know what you're suppose they can't keep him focused they can't unless you're talking about Scranton and by the way this is something we've all seen in our parents and our grandparents get in talking about the old days and they light up right back when they were planned double a ball with the Akron zips in nineteen fifty five you know they they'll go forever and and you'll hear the same story again and again and again and again and again it's the Scranton story or corn pop and you know what that means it doesn't mean the pairing capable of taking care of themselves it means you do not want them taking care of you you'll have to make sure that they don't do dumb things you know I'm going to go clean the gutters that I'm getting up on the ladder really dad we're taking the latter you can keep the keys for a while but we're taking the latter away no I'm going to go no good lord no know what you mean no don't do that don't do what don't go up on the ladder no okay it will I don't go go I'm not going up on the letter but that's got nothing to do with my age that's got to do with my coordination call yes or lack there of which is different from the age factor and everybody out there ladders are not safe things if you're over sixty five get up the ladder and if you're if you're Joe Biden don't think about the gutters I don't think it goes out of the basement actually I don't know we have to find out contrast that with trump's energy honestly it is he might be sod before all I know it could be side right I don't know I don't know where it came from but it's not it's not of this earth the energy level and everybody who works with them says the same thing that's not and so you're you're telling me you want A. O. C. here's a all play C. after which she did a tele town hall yesterday oh my gosh she's going to be in charge of the economy if they went J. O. C. is gonna be bizarre they're gonna give the defense production act and say what do you want to do and she's going to produce biodegradable water bottles that I that's what she'll say get us all biodegradable water bottles I what else but she put it I don't know she's very charismatic if.
Why Bernie Sanders is the current favorite for the Democratic nomination
"Robert I have in front of me the new Los Angeles Times poll I just want to share with you Bernie Sanders is open to wide leading California democratic presidential primary the survey by the nonpartisan public policy institute found Sanders with thirty two percent of likely voters followed by Joe bite at fourteen percent Elizabeth ward at thirteen percent two former mayor is a New York Michael Bloomberg and south bend's Pete but a judge at twelve percent there are four hundred and fifteen delegates at stake on super Tuesday but you got to get fifteen percent of the vote to get any of them these numbers suggest that Bernie's gonna get all four hundred and fifteen if that actually hello out there that actually happened Robert what would the impact of that if that happens Sanders on a path to be the nominee and this is what the Democratic Party of eighteen right out senator Bernie Sanders learned a lot of lessons twenty you know I covered that campaign closely I've spent a lot of time with him this time around this is a national political figure leading a movement thrown over ten thousand people to agree to a campaign a populist in a populist time it's very real this noon rule that the Democrats adopted of requiring fifteen percent to get a delegate it hasn't really shown up yet because there were a few people over fifteen percent in Iowa New Hampshire it's going to make itself known in South Carolina is going to really make itself known in the super Tuesday contests but I think if if he got all four and fifteen in California it's over game set match a little jealous yeah in twenty he was put in a normal amount after it with this hi it is was it a pretty good position to win California twenty sixteen but his campaign fell apart just at the end you may remember the Associated Press called the race for secretary Clinton a day before the California primary delegates moving across curated Sanders ever since then Jeff weaver his top rated right about that get a book about how angry losing California gave them and so we talked to his campaign super Tuesday map fourteen states California top of the list but you also see was Sanders is well positioned cross which used a state in the US president Biden is one factor liner you can have a lot of moderate still a more moderate candidate in the race competing against each other and super Tuesday that really create the way for standard scoop up the liberal side of the Democratic Party particularly if senator Warren struggles and as you get into the but we talked about this before but open primaries in South Carolina coming up on Tuesday next open primary in California the open primaries allow anyone to vote in the democratic presidential race in California I believe there are a lot of people like me who want to see a Sanders trump race for the clarity that would bring I think he's going to get an add on that is not showing up in polling because they're talking will too likely democratic voters but when but right now we're talking to thousands of people in San Francisco on eight sixteen AM the answer people up the long drive it's four thirty in the morning they got their their cars seven minutes ago that's when people start to drive in the Silicon Valley or San Francisco from the outlying regions and their hearing on conservative talk I think again and again and again Bernie Sanders is the preferred candidate for clarity on the ballot have you had any discussions with people yet about crossovers all right if you're gonna be crossovers and part of it the Republican effort part of it I have twin daughters who are you Steve senator Sanders as a change candidate and you saw the twenty sixteen were voter who stayed home in twenty sixteen in the general election because if you really love secretary Clinton they're more of a populist left is voter maybe a union worker thank you for all images it is on the ticket they're not going to come out and he gave the crossover Republican side because if some of its courses scheme to try to just rattle the Democratic Party make them as a reporter our voters who have flown in standard yeah you're good with a lot survivor and I believe it's because they believe in authenticity and they want to knock down showdown and they want the clarity that it
DOJ won't pursue criminal charges against McCabe
"D. O. J. will not prosecute former FBI director Andrew McCabe deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe although he was acting director for a while McCabe of course a frequent target of the president's tweets and this as we learn the justices taking another look at the investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn and of course all eyes got wider jaws dropped yesterday to hear Attorney General bill Barr tell the president to stop tweeting about his department in light of the Roger stone case and how many years that presidential confidante may go to prison for well it's now checking with Washington post reporter Robert Costa who is also the moderator of Washington week great to have you back Bob thank you so much right to be with you well so much going on here let's start with Michael Flynn the the the store your paper has that been reported today what's going on here between this is the in this investigation you see Attorney General bill Barr in a stand off with president trump about the integrity and independence about the department justice not only to Roger stone case from earlier this week and his sentence scene that led bar to give an interview to ABC news but now you see the department is making its own decisions on moving forward did it look at general flow at the lieutenant general Flynn and whether he his case was properly prosecuted if the Attorney General doing his own thing taking his own initiative about bar still has an uncertain future as the classes with the president right this is the the new set of arguments between the president and I one of the people that works with him what about McCabe could that be a big gear into irritant for Donald Trump it is in president trump facing a lot of challenges right now and because at one level you have an Attorney General who is defended him throughout the Muller investigation you have an Attorney General as The Washington Post reports today has passed outside prosecutors in this is in the deputy Attorney General's office in Saint Louis to review handling the criminal case about former national security adviser Michael Flynn and others political figures two on one level he's very much a loyalist to president trump but the the DOJ's refusal to prosecute McCabe the sentence scene of Roger stone earlier in the week has infuriated the president and you see HIM lashing out in this post acquittal phase of his presidency all right let's switch gears to the democratic presidential race and of course New Hampshire primary just few were few days past that now it's on to Nevada and South Carolina what's going on here with the front runner Bernie Sanders said how strong of a front runner he is he at this point he's strong winning the New Hampshire primary is no joke but it was a narrow win over former south and mayor Pete booted judge they now heading to South Carolina which was a tough state for Sanders in twenty sixteen secretary Clinton came back after Sanders beat her in New Hampshire if she came back in South Carolina but Sanders has made a lot of ground with African American voters in the last four years what really matters is not just South Carolina and the Nevada caucuses but super Tuesday in early March fourteen states will vote a huge amount of delegates will be awarded Sanders looks perhaps strong it's in the California primary estate full of progressives and liberals and his campaign feels good about that and and that the the fact that they feel like they're in it for the long haul finals two seconds here to talk about Joe Biden not dead yet by far especially if he does well in South Carolina but if his campaign flames out cannot be attributed to president trump painting him not as a great statesman or as a long time senator but as hunter Biden's daft that could be part of the factor the impeachment and the wear and tear but don't count out the Bloomberg factor as well mayor Bloomberg has been hovering over the biting campaign for months and that's only escalated in recent weeks as Bloomberg has spent millions in advertising in early states and he's seen a poll numbers rising now black voters in moderate voters in the Democratic Party have another option a well funded option and that's been a big problem for biting Bob good to talk again thanks so much thank you Washington Post Robert Costa moderator of Washington week airs tonight at eight on TV
What's happened to Warren, Biden? Dismal showings and questions about the future.
"Biden good morning Ruth how aria morning here fresh at home from a long stretch in New Hampshire which was fascinating well I got to do that for years ago when the Republicans mattered I am very glad to be in California this week not there what happened last night what's your take away I'm so my way it is a couple things one is that we're paying too much attention to a few percentage points at the very top of the race and not enough attention to what we should all be talking about and I predict you're going to be talking about in the next draft which is the number of delegates the way Democrats have set up their delegate wheels which is to choose by proportional representation means that these hence the percentage points that we were talking about in Iowa and a few percentage points that we're talking about here don't really make the difference because people who the judge and Bernie Sanders Sen Bernie Sanders what is very good night and he did win the New Hampshire primary so not trying to take anything away from him but they walk out of the state with the same number of delegates so what we have here is a very different race and we thought we were going to have a few weeks ago it's a race that looks like sooner or later and possibly soon enough it will be without both vice president Biden who was once the front runner in the race and without Massachusetts governor was this blind who I thought was doing it regularly impressive job on the campaign trail in New Hampshire at all just had a remarkably poor showing for a senator from a neighboring state and this club charge is completely fascinating and it's a actually fantastic illustration of the importance of both retail politics and debate politics and I'm I'm glad she has that she performed herself into third place now what's interesting is I begin the hour of Michael Barone who's not anywhere near you on the political spectrum and but he agrees with you that that Joe Biden campaign is over in the lease Warren campaign is over they may not know it but it's over it is a great bike kind and though it yeah I think they are in their hearts they do I mean they have to and the and their numbers today the fundraising is just gonna crater I Amy club chart a pretty good night fundraising so here's my theory route take a shot at it the narrative which is sort of the successor to what used to be called the hive the narrative is the combined arms of Manhattan belt way Hollywood and Silicon Valley median Democratic Party activists they hate Bernie and the narrative is going to do whatever the narrative can do to stop burning they don't like but a judge can stop Bernie they think Amy can stop Bernie so they're going to rally to Amy and I mean big time rally day not the Bloomberg because of the whole stop and frisk but they're going to do everything they can to will her into serious contention before we decide whether not that's possible do you agree with me well not entirely because I think I am about to do the right thing and invoke Will Rogers on the Democratic Party and not belonging to an organized party yep that's sort of presumes a to pass a back room capacity that there is someplace that I haven't found it yet where the Democrats meet or where they're all in agreement on the best approach and so number one I actually really don't think Democrats are organized enough for unified enough to do that but number two even if they were we have this phenomenon out there of Michael Bloomberg with his billions of dollars that he is capable of putting into this thing and the hundreds of millions of dollars that he has already put into it and that is that the people meet men that mythical back room or kind of high finding themselves to the same kind of result I have a hard time figuring out how to compete if all of them wanted to with that we work force so we are not in Turkey territory they're not I've I've done in my fifth year of missionary work to the narrative inside the beltway at MSNBC talking to my friends inside by the narrative and they just don't like Bernie now I don't know what the Bloomberg impact is but are we can we at least agree that when former secretary Clinton said nobody likes burning she was speaking truth it's not the power but to just anyone who would listen nobody likes them except he's got every young kid in America on its side well there's two different layers to this letter people personally why can't and he does have his burning his personality which I think is the authenticity that the kids respond to what might be up quickly Nancy and dogmatism that people like me might not responsive as well on but then there is the question of whether there might be you know just to be clear with your listeners would like to not be president trump reelected would like to see someone else in the White House but where people like me Centris the democratic leaning voters are not a democratic I don't belong to any organized party on whether we agree with Bernie Sanders policies whether we think that they're achievable and whether we think that even if they work she'll hold that they would be wise for the country and I think there are a lot of centrist Democrats both the ones in the dark imaginary rooms and a lot of people out there if you look at the numbers last night you add up baby you add up to the judge you add up softball ground for vice president Biden did you get to a much more moderate place desk where Bernie is so it's not disliking Bernie that creates this response as much as on a personal level as really disagree with his policies because I really do what what's interesting is I I am a Republican and that's not going to surprise you or my audience but I am allowed and I have already voted in the Virginia primary which is open and I exercise my right to use the laws which I which would change the clothes all primary but they're not and I voted for Bernie because I want a socials pursue the free market if I'd been the strategic better I would have voted for a little bit more in because I think she would have been the easiest to beat but Bernie could be tough to beat I voted him anyway because I want the clear choice in front of the American people Peron tells me the clearest example of crossover voting mattered was in Michigan two thousand primary when anti angler Democrats crossed over in the Republican primary to vote against the angler preference which was George W. bush and voted for McCain do you expect there will be a lot of people like me who take advantage of the open primaries on super Tuesday the boat for burning well I'm gonna say something that you might not like you which is I really hope not because I just this I I first of all I think that people most people are not as strategic there most people don't vote for the candidate that they agree with the most and most likely to wear it not with the candidate they think is most likely to mess up the opposition and I'm just going to get on my high horse here for a second and say that I think the voters are really sacred trust and I don't think we should be seeing it to mess up the other side and I don't think America really needs or wants a choice between a socialist and Donald Trump because most Americans both Democrats are not about socialist they are progressives and liberals and they have a completely legitimate disagreement with you on how to see issues but forcing them to that trying to force that that choice because you think it would be a sort of more fun debate in the debate that you think your site is more apt to win I think it's just I just think it's bad practice here I think it's a necessary catharsis I believe that most of the Democrats are in fact or quote progressives are in fact social Democrats of the Bernie sort that they all support Medicare for all of some sort they're all going very far to the left of the regulatory state and that we've got to get into the open and get the AOC element out there you know she she's out there leading let me play for you what else he said yesterday Ruth Marcus cut number three their burning New Hampshire rally listen to this we were democracy what a key crossroads and we cannot underestimate the
Biden on Buttigieg: 'He hasn’t been able to unify the black community'
"Out of the White House he should be pending a metal on venemen and not on rush limbaugh. We should all stand colonel. Nice show of how much we supported. Stand up and clap for me get off. Apparently he's not alone. There's late word tonight. Ambassador Research Gordon Sunlen has been abruptly recalled from the EU not onstage today because he's not competing in the earliest dates billionaire businessmen Mike Bloomberg the former mayor of New York. The president seems to view the Republican Party. It's a cult. That will defend anything. He does or says no matter. How lawless or reckless there are millions of people who can desire to run for office? But I guess if you worth sixty billion dollars and you could spent several hundred million dollars aud commercials. You'll have a slight advantage. Dot is not such look. I don't think anyone ought to be able to buy their way Into a nomination or to be president of the United States and Bernie Sanders came out of Iowa in the lead Joe Biden running a distant fourth in Iowa sought to lower expectations here too and took a hit. I'll probably take it here on. Healthcare Tonight Biden went on the attack. Barney's plan costs double double what the taxpayers are paying taking aim at one of Sanders. Signature campaign promises Medicare Medicare for all. Look at the numbers. How much is it going to cost? WHO'S GONNA pay for it? It will cost more than the entire the entire federal budget. We spend now. ABC's David Muir pressed boot `age about his criticism of Biden's vote to authorize war in Iraq. You said it's the difference between tenure and judgment that it's the judgment that matters not the time in Washington Vice President Biden as you know voted. Yes as commander in chief. Do you believe your judgment would be better better than the vice president's. I believe that I have the judgment to help us get through these situations where obviously the vice president made the wrong decision when it came to such such an important moment in our foreign policy I made a mistake I set in fourteen years. God trusted George Bush to keep his word. He said he was not going to go into Iraq he he said he was only using this to unite the United Nations Sanders chimed in on that. I also heard the arguments in terms of the war in Iraq from Bush from Cheney Cheney from John Bolton from the administration I listened very carefully and I concluded that they lying through their teeth tonight Sanders Sanders was asked about Hillary Clinton's recent comments sharply critical of him. Just yesterday on Ellen. For instance a few promise the moon and you can't deliver the moon. Then that's going to be one more indicator of how we just can't trust each other. Our job is to look forward and not back to two thousand sixteen and I hope that Secretary Clinton and all of us can come together and move in that direction. One big theme tonight was how best to appeal. Took all Americans look. We gotTA stop taking the Black Community for granted. That's the starting place. No I'm glad to stand on this stage with my fellow. Democrats who talk about how important. The black community is at least at election time here after year after year election after election after election. Democrats go to people in the black community and say boy. We really care about these issues. Racism is terrible we all want to do something and then somehow the problem just seems to keep heap getting worse. Criminal Justice issues came up in that context. How do you explain the increase in black arrests in south bend under your leadership for marijuana the possession but again the overall rate was lower increase the year before you were an office it was lower has struggled gold to attract support among African Americans? These things are all connected. But that's the point so we're all of the things that need to change in order for us to prevent violence and remove the effects of systemic racism not just from criminal justice from our economy from health from housing and from our democracy itself. Senator Warren is that that a substantial answer from their merge no this democratic debate rather to be trumped the party needs to excite the base ace or unite the middle whether energy or experience matters more and most importantly who has the total package to be trump trump. I'm a fresh face up for presidential debate and I figure Pete that fifty nine my age is the new thirty eight up here. The second the thing I think about this and that is okay there. You go meeting the moment. Next Tuesday New Hampshire voters get their
Sondland Delivers for Democrats With Bombshell Testimony
"This debate. Shaky performance where he stumbled through. Most sentences has not done him any favor. I this is all happening as well as the potential late entry bed of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg looms in the background. There are seventy five days to go until the first caucus in Iowa and a lot can change until for Monaco in Los Angeles. I'm Kirloskar rebellion. Thank you a Lotta well we can now hear from Lewis look and he served as deputy chief of mission of the US embassy here here in London but he's now senior partner at Cigna Global Advisors. I'm delighted to say. He joins us in the studio. And you're listening to that but we'll come to the clearly very lively debate right in the moment but first we do have to deal with this impeachment testimony I is explosive number of revelations that came out from ambassador. Gordon Sunland saying saying that he was instructed by trump's personal lawyer Rudy. Giuliani Giuliani to put pressure on Ukraine. Well not only that. He was instructed by Rudy Giuliani. Hey but that a lot of other top officials were completely aware of what was happening. Mike Pompeo Vice President Pence Amongst others chief of Staff Mike Mulvaney so he he was is clearly willing to share responsibility for this scheme Broadly across the top level government. What will be the effect of his testimony? Well it's hard to say I mean I. I think it was a it was a strong day for the Democrats yesterday. And after a week of you know very methodical but somewhat UN Sort of unspectacular testimony from career government employees having someone who was much more closely aligned with president trump who is a Republican usual defenses fences that trump throws. He can't throw it Gordon Sunlen made it a very impactful day. What do you think is going to be the effect on the impeachment itself Given the fact that many people have said this season is this may get so far but it will be very very hard to impeach the president successfully while the president will clearly be impeached in the house and the question is what happens happens when it goes to the Senate and I'm not sure that yesterday was a strong enough day for the Democrats that they would sway any Republican votes in the Senate so far my impression is that the Republicans gins are solidly behind President Trump. I haven't seen any cracks in that facade yet. We'll be strong enough to get the Republicans to change their mind once a question and I'm not sure anything will be at this point point. I think they've they've sort of made their decision and they're going to stick with it regardless of the evidence. Okay well. Let's move on to the democratic debate. I mean it was a difficult difficult night if you were intending to try and get a message across because the headlines have been so heavily dominated by Gordon Sundance testimony to the impeachment inquiry. How do you think the candidates tried to cut through it while? It's an interesting because I think there is less There are fewer attacks of the candidates on each other. There were some but they seem more. We're united in trying to start focusing on president trump. They've got a long road ahead of them. The Democrats there are still a lot of candidates. They're only ten on stage last night but they're still about twenty candidates and and they can people continue to join the race even at this late date and I. I think there's a realization that they're going to have to coalesce around a candidate eight sooner rather than later and start focusing on not just laying out their policy vision but making the strong case for why they're candidate. Whoever that ends up being is a better candidate tended to lead the country then president trump how damaging is it for the Democrats to not have one strong leading candidate as our correspondent reported and in in that case there it seems as if Joe Biden Star is fading somewhat but there's no clear emerging voice? I think you're raising his stars fading. He came into the race with much greater name recognition than any of the other candidates but he continues to Sort of performing a lackluster manner and stumble. We'll he. He remains very strong candidates in in older democratic circles. But he's got a lot of challenges who are very youthful and energetic. Jedinak coming up behind him. I think I don't think it necessarily hurts the party at this stage to have not coalesced around one candidate but I think by the end of December early early January. They will really want to narrow the field down to. I'd say five or six top candidates and Really start focusing on hammering Out Their policy differences to the Democratic voters. Have a clear choice going into the year. That's that's a point that a lot of people seized opponent isn't it yes. We have a world wide range of of candidates but we also have among those kinds of that's very widely ranging messages and ideas and political positions. How much damage could is that different? Those differences make to the Democrats chances of actually being able to agree on candidate. And who can who can adequately in successfully Sakon trump. Yeah nothing there. Clearly two sides of the party there's more progressive side represented by Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and then the more more moderate side of which Pete Buddha judge in Kamala Harris and Joe Biden are part and I think the danger. The party is that this happened to Secretary Clinton when she was running against Donald Trump. Is that the primary process pushes the party too far to the left and then in a general election some of the positions of candidates have staked out during the primaries. Come back to haunt them because they are really to the left of what the majority of American people want want and that's what they have to try to avoid the next couple of months. Louis Lukin thank you very much indeed for joining us own monocle. Twenty four still to come on today's program why the sense is catching up with net afflicts that Isis business news and we have a look at Thursday's newspapers too but I for the time seven thirty here in London. Eight thirty if you're listening in Zurich a quick summary of some of today's these other news
"secretary clinton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Welcome back over the national interest this morning Jacob how brown is arguing that Donald Trump is trying to nudge Hillary Clinton the presidential race how great is the temptation secretary Clinton Jacob writes Clinton is never really come to terms for their defeat the opportunity to become the first female president must be tantalizing especially when Clinton sees that warrant a political neophyte next to Clinton might become the democratic nominee then there is the lore of finally exercising trump the man who against all odds was elected president putting the kibosh the only other big planned fireworks display on election night by the river but also on our political aspirations now at least one poll released on Monday suggests that gene trump would be in a deadlock with each garnering forty five percent of the vote goes on to say such a large a psychologist might say they're in a codependent relationship whatever the case may be you've got to start thinking about Hillary coming in to save the Democrats from a little bit more and I talked about this on Sunday on the river now politics nation show I did here is that conversation in its entirety V. and V. seven inquiry and the president trump's abuses of power continues twenty twenty candidates will have to thread the needle while campaigning with voters according to a recent USA today poll of Americans now say they approve of impeachment but is that all voters want to hear about that with me New York times columnist Michelle Goldberg and conservative radio host Hugh you Michelle obviously this of impeachment inquiry has taken all sucked a lot of the air out of the room in terms of media time how will it affect the primary races for the Democrats and if there is in fact an impeachment I will in effect in your opinion the twenty twenty race well I think that the biggest losers of the impeachment inquiry so far in the primary or some of the kind of second tier candidates who are really struggling to get oxygen and attention it just makes it that much harder to break through even though there could be a possible opportunity I mean I think it's completely I don't know I don't want to bind to be the nominee and I've been pretty open about that price like scandal I reserve the right kind of getting it is scandalous and I've seen the way these lies are being deployed against him whether they're going to be effective or not I feel like I can't judge but that could potentially be a boon to some of the other candidates even though I don't think any candidate who wants to win the primary that way you how do you for your old this will affect the election as in putting on your you I had the you and I may disagree apologies were you one of the smart analysts and observers of politics in this country no doubt about it how does this affect as an outsider looking in the democratic primaries who may win that nomination if at all and if the president is impeached how will it affect the twenty twenty election general election thank you for the kind words got Happy Birthday cheer overflowing in your Cup there I I want to take the opportunity to agree with Michele that's rare she's right the people who were low in the polls can't get any oxygen the person I thought was going to run away with this common errors can't get back on the stage while impeachment sucking the air out I'm glad this senator Sanders his his feeling fine but I think the heart attack is going to take a lot of steam out of his campaign I had never heard of hunter Biden getting fifty thousand dollars a month until the whistle blower from Ukrainian oil and gas magnet who is corrupt I have not heard of that and chilled whistleblower put his complaint out there or her and therefore I think he is bleeding out as well politically that means Elizabeth Warren unless something happens with more lose transformation was Michigan shows which concert shoes she's made for Donald Trump to beater I think the Democrats have to start looking at secretary Clinton because Elizabeth Warren is secretary Clinton without the experience the humor the wisdom the self awareness and they're asking for a reply and worse than twenty sixteen I just wonder secretary Clinton isn't thinking what Romney almost dead in twenty sixteen which is third time's a charm you know you're you're kind of frowning I know of no Democrat who is eager for a re re run of Hillary Clinton's campaign I think it would get no traction whatsoever all of the polls right now with the county at the polls this far out are not you know are not predictive and Hillary Clinton was certainly running away with it verses Allah from this far out all of the polls show Elizabeth Warren beating Donald Trump in those three states and as the idea that she is kind of last viable than Hillary Clinton she in some ways and in some in some kind of trance in some surface ways they're similar but she is a populist he certainly doesn't have the baggage of having been too friendly to Wall Street that having been too cozy with plutocrats and so I think that there are a lot of Democrats who are coming around to the idea that she might that kind of Joe Biden's electability argument is falling apart a little bit and her electability argument is getting stronger because she is running against corruption yes you guys you we've never in American history had an impeached president run for reelection in fact the house in the season and we are in June twenty twenty race we don't know if the Senate moves slow with a trial how long that would be all you all at all concerned that in in teach president running for reelection could be a problem for Mr trump I am not out for the simple reason Al Gore was in absence bill Clinton's third term any almost one eighty botch that races well as secretary Clinton watching twenty sixteen that impeachment of Bill Clinton did not rub off on Al Gore I do believe the nineteen ninety eight off year elections were an impeachment referenda on a bad impeachment and the Republicans were punishing Gingrich was thrown out of the speakership and I believe I'm like nineteen seventy four when Republicans were dropped at the polls and the aftermath of the resignation of president Nixon this is up in the air to jump mall and it will remain a jump ball into we see everything including the US attorney Durham's report until we understand what under Biden did for whom and for what reason until we have the binary choice before as a Democrat that's what we need Michelle maybe I'd heard wrong when did I hear you why you you would say that Al Gore was the one in two thousand and the and I think that right and I do you did you.
"secretary clinton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Welcome back over the national interest this morning Jacob how brown is arguing that Donald Trump is trying to nudge Hillary Clinton the presidential race how great is the temptation secretary Clinton check a bright Clinton is never really come to terms for their defeat the opportunity to become the first female president must be tantalizing especially when Clinton sees that warrant a political neophyte next to Clinton might become the democratic nominee then there is the lore of finally exercising trump the man who against all odds was elected president putting the kibosh the only other big planned fireworks display on election night by the river but also on our political aspirations now at least one poll released on Monday suggests that Jim trump would be in a deadlock with each garnering forty five percent of the vote goes on to say suck allows a psychologist might say they're in a codependent relationship whatever the case may be you've got to start thinking about Hillary coming in to save the Democrats from a little bit more and I talked about this on Sunday on the river now politics nation show I did here is that conversation in its entirety as the rain inquiry and the president trump's abuses of power continues twenty twenty candidates will have to thread the needle while campaigning with voters according to a recent USA today poll of Americans now say they approve of impeachment but is that all voters want to hear about that with me New York times columnist Michelle Goldberg and conservative radio host Hugh you Michelle obviously this of impeachment inquiry has taken all sucked a lot of the air out of the room in terms of media time how will it affect the primary races for the Democrats and if there is in fact an impeachment I will in effect in your opinion the twenty twenty race well I think that the biggest losers of the impeachment inquiry so far in the primary or some of the kind of second tier candidates who are really struggling to get oxygen and attention HM makes it that much harder to break through even though there could be a possible opportunity I mean I think it's completely I don't know I don't want to bind to be the nominee and I've been pretty open about that like can I reserve the right kind of getting it is scandalous and I've seen the way these lives are being deployed against him whether they're going to be effective or not I feel like I can't judge but that could potentially be a boon to some of the other candidates even though I don't think any candidate who wants to win the primary that way you how do you feel this will affect the election as it is in putting on your you I had the you and I may disagree apologies were you one of the smart analysts and observers of politics in this country no doubt about it how does this affect as an outsider looking in the democratic primaries who may win that nomination if at all and if the president is impeached how will it affect the twenty twenty election general election thank you for the kind words got Happy Birthday cheer overflowing in your Cup there I I want to take the opportunity to agree with Michele that's rare she's right the people who were low in the polls can't get any oxygen the person I thought was going to run away with this Kamel heiress can't get back on the stage while impeachment sucking the air out I'm glad this senator Sanders is is feeling fine but I think the heart attack is going to take a lot of steam out of his campaign I had never heard of hunter Biden getting fifty thousand dollars a month until the whistle blower from Ukrainian oil and gas magnet who is corrupt I have not heard of that and chilled whistleblower put his complaint out there or her and therefore I think he is bleeding out as well politically that means Elizabeth Warren unless something happens more lose Pennsylvania sure was Michigan show lose which concert shoes she's made for Donald Trump to beater I think the Democrats have to start looking at secretary Clinton because Elizabeth Warren is secretary Clinton without the experience the humor the wisdom the self awareness and they're asking for a reply and worse than twenty sixteen I just wonder secretary Clinton isn't thinking what Romney almost dead in twenty sixteen which is third time's a charm miss you know you're you're kind of frowning I know of no Democrat who is eager for a re re run of Hillary Clinton's campaign I think it would get no traction whatsoever all of the polls right now with the county at the polls this far out are not you know are not predictive and Hillary Clinton was certainly running away with it verses Allah from this far out all of the polls show Elizabeth Warren beating Donald Trump in those three states and as the idea that she is kind of last viable than Hillary Clinton she in some ways and some in some kind of trance in some circles ways they're similar but she is a populist he certainly doesn't have the baggage of having been too friendly to Wall Street that having been too cozy with plutocrats and so I think that there are a lot of Democrats who are coming around to the idea that she might that kind of Joe Biden's electability argument is falling apart a little bit and her electability argument is getting stronger because she is running against corruption yes you guys you we've never in American history had an impeached president run for reelection in fact the house in the season and we are in June twenty twenty race we don't know if the Senate moves forward with a trial how long that would be all you all at all concerned that in in teach president running for reelection could be a problem for Mr trump I am not out for the simple reason Al Gore was in absence bill Clinton's third term any almost one he botched that races well as secretary Clinton watching twenty sixteen that impeachment of Bill Clinton did not rub off on Al Gore I do believe in nineteen ninety eight off year elections were an impeachment referenda on a bad impeachment and the Republicans were punishing Gingrich was thrown out of the speakership and I believe I'm like nineteen seventy four when Republicans were dropped at the polls and the aftermath of the resignation of president Nixon this is up in the air can jump ball and it will remain a jump ball into we see everything including the US attorney Durham's report until we understand what other biting did for whom and for what reason until we have the binary choice before as person a Democrat that's what we need Michelle maybe I'd heard wrong when did I hear you why you you would say that Al Gore was the one in two thousand and the and I think that right ninety years was to give you.
"secretary clinton" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Dot com studios inside of the beltway that DeVos secretary of education coming up after the break. Let me play for you. If I can Lindsey Graham's kill shot last night on Hannity cut number thirty nine. The chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee on why the Democrats are Matt to tell my friends on the other side, we gave him all our two years to do his job. He had nineteen lawyers. He had twenty five million dollars interviewed five hundred people issue two thousand subpoenas. He had plenty of opportunity without interference the president gave him a million and a half documents everybody around the president and on the president's campaign testify voluntarily. And here's what we know. There was no conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russians at all the Muller could not decide to did chose not to press forward on obstruction. Our? Always thought suction argument was absurd. It is over. And the reason they're mad at bar in me is because they didn't get the outcome. They want my friends on the other side worn outcome. And they don't care how they get it. That's it. That's it. They wanted an outcome. They did not get the outcome. They tried everything. They could then they wanted mood moving music to quote, anti McCarthy to try and cover. The fact that didn't get their outcome, and they didn't get their. They didn't get their music. They're just bad secretary Clinton was on with Rachel Maddow last night. And she said this which I want you to hear cut number thirty seven. So why should Russia have all the fun? And since Russia is clearly backing Republicans. Why don't we ask China tobacco us? I hereby tonight asked China. That's right. And not only that China if you're listening. Why don't you get Trump's tax returns? I'm sure our media would richly reward shoe now, according to the mother report that is not conspiracy because it's done right out in the open. So if after this hypothetical democratic candidate says this on your show within hours all of a sudden, the IRS offices are bumped bartered with incredibly sophisticated cyber tools looking for Trump's tax returns. And then extracts them, and then passes them to whatever the new WikiLeaks happens to be and they start being unraveled and disclosed nothing wrong. With that, by the way. She's right. There's nothing wrong with that. There's no crime. There is an attack on the United States by PR. See if they do what secretary Clinton ask for. But there is no crime by secretary Clinton last night in asking for it. Let's see what the markets have to say to you. Brought to you this morning by Andrew and Todd dot com. Andrew and Todd dot com. Are of course, the very best mortgage lenders in the world, I say that a little tongue in cheek it's because I know Andrew very well..
"secretary clinton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Secretary of education coming up after the break. Let me play for you. If I can Lindsey Graham's kill shot last night on Hannity cut number thirty nine. The chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee on why the Democrats are mad to tell my friends on the other side. We gave them all our two years to do his job nineteen lawyers. He had twenty five million dollars interviewed five hundred people two thousand subpoenas had plenty of opportunity without interference the president gave him in and a half documents. Everybody around the president and on the president's campaign testified voluntarily and here's what we know. There was no conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russians at all the Muller could not decide to chose not to press forward on obstruction. Always thought trucks and argument was absurd. Erred, it is over and the reason they're met at bar in me is because they didn't get the outcome. They want about friends on the other side outcome, and they don't care how they get it. That's it. That's it. They wanted an outcome. They did not get the outcome. They tried everything. They could then they wanted mood move music to quote, anti McCarthy to try and cover. The fact that can get their outcome, and they didn't get their. They didn't get the music. They're just bad secretary Clinton was on with Rachel Maddow last night. And she said this which I want you to hear cut number thirty seven. So why should Russia have all the fun? And since Russia is clearly backing Republicans. Why don't we ask China tobacco us? I hereby tonight ask China. That's right. And not only that China if you're listening. Why don't you get Trump's tax returns? I'm sure our media would richly reward shoe now, according to the Muller report that is not conspiracy because it's done right out in the open. So if after this hypothetical democratic candidate says this on your show within hours all of a sudden, the IRS offices are bumped bartered with incredibly sophisticated cyber tools looking for Trump's tax returns. And then extracts them, and then passes them to whatever the new WikiLeaks happens to be and they start being unraveled and disclosed nothing wrong. With that, by the way. She's right. There's nothing wrong with that. There's no crime. There is an attack on the United States by PR. See if they do what secretary Clinton asked for. But there is no crime by secretary Clinton last night in asking for it. Let's see what the markets have to say to you. Brought to you this morning by Andrew and Todd dot com. Andrew and Todd dot com. Are of course, the very best mortgage lenders in the world, I say that a little shake it's because I know Andrew very well and have for two decades..
"secretary clinton" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Thank you come to order and the first order of business is to try to cool the room down. So we'll see if we can do that. But the attorney general will be testifying here in a bit about the Muller report. Now, I thank him for coming to the committee and giving us an explanation as to the actions he took and why he took them regarding the mullahs report. And here's the good news. Here's the Miller report. You can read it for yourself. As about four hundred and something pages can't say I've read at all. But ever most of it. There's an unredacted version over in the classified section of the Senate a room or you can go look at the anthrax redacted version, and I did that and found it not to change anything in terms of an outcome. But a bit about the Muller report who has Muller. For those who may not know. I don't know where you've been, but you may not know Bob Muller has a reputation in this town and throughout the country is being an outstanding lawyer and man of the law. He was the FBI director. It was the deputy attorney general it was in charge of the criminal division. Farben of Justice is a United States Marine. And he has served his country in a variety of circumstances. Long and will for those who took time to read the report, I think it was well written very thorough. And let me tell you what went into this report. There were nineteen lawyers employed. Approximately forty FBI agents and tell analyst forensic forensic accountants and other staff twenty eight hundred subpoenas issued five hundred witnesses interviewed. Five hundred search warrants executed. More than two hundred and thirty orders for communication records. So they records could be obtained thirteen requests to foreign governments for evidence over twenty five million dollars spent over two years. We may not agree on much. But I hope we can agree that he had ample resources took a lot of time and talk to a lot of people. And you can read for yourself what he found the Torney general. We'll tell us a bit about what his opinion of the report is in terms of interacting with the White House. The White House turned over to Mr. Muller one point four million documents and records. Never asserted executive privilege one time. Over twenty White House staffers, including eight from the White House counsel's office or interviewed voluntarily Don. Mcgann. Chief counsel for the White House was interviewed for over thirty hours. Everybody that they wanted to talk to from the Trump campaign on the ground. They were able to talk to the president submitted himself to written interrogatory. So to the American people. Mr. Muller was the right guy to do this job. I always believed that attorney general sessions was conflicted out because he was part of the campaign. It was the right guy with ample race horses. And the cooperation he needed to find out what happened was given in my view. But there were two campaigns. In two thousand sixteen and we'll talk about the second one in a minute. So why don't we learn from this report after all this time and all this money, Mr. Muller and his thing concluded there was no collusion. I didn't know like many of you here on the Republican side. We all agreed that Mr. Muller should be allowed to do his job without interference. John with some colleagues on the other side to introduce legislation to protect special counsel. They can only be removed for calls. He was never removed. He was allowed to do his job. So no collusion. No coordination, no conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russian government regarding the twenty sixteen election. As to obstruction of Justice. Mr. Muller left it to Mr. bar to decide after two years and all this time. He said Mr. bar, you decide Mr. bar did. There are a bunch of lawyers onus committee, and I will tell you the following. You have to have specific intent to obstruct Justice. If there's no underlying crime. Pretty hard to figure out what intent might be. If there was never crime to begin with. The president never did anything to stop Muller from doing his job. So I guess the theory goes now, we don't okay, he didn't collude with the Russians and he didn't specifically do anything to stop Muller. But attempted obstruction Justice of a crime at never occurred. I guess is sort of the new standard around here. We'll see if that makes any sense to me it doesn't. Now, there's another campaign. It was the Clinton campaign. What have we learned from this report the Russians interfered in our election? So can some bipartisanship come out of this? I hope so. I tend to work Mark colleagues on the other side to introduce the deterrent effect and to introduce legislation to defend the integrity of the voting system. Senator Durbin I have legislation that would deny anyone admittance into the United States. They visa through the immigration system that they were involved in interfering in American election, Morgan the Senator Whitehouse and Bloomingdale to make sure that if you hack into a state election system, even though it's not tagged internet, that's a crime. I would like to do more to hardener infrastructure because the Russians did it wasn't some four hundred pound Gasset on a bed somewhere. It was the Russians and they're still doing it. And it could be the Chinese it could be somebody next. So my take away from this report is it we've got a lot of work to do to defend democracy against the Russians and other bad actors now promise the committee will get on with at work, hopefully in about partisan fashion the other campaign. The other campaign was investigated. Not by Mr. Muller. By people within the department of Justice. The accusation against the Clinton Secretary Clinton was that she's city private server up somewhere in our house classified information was on it. Devoid, the disclosure requirements in the transparency requirements required. A being secretary of state. So that was investigated. What do we know? We know that the person in charge of investigating. Hey did Trump's guts. I don't know how Mr. Muller felt about Trump. But I don't think anybody on our side believes that had a personal animosity towards the president of the point. He couldn't do his job. This is what struck said on fair, but at twelve twenty sixteen he's in charge of the Clinton Email investigation. Oh, he's Trump's abysmal. I keep hoping this charade will end and people will just dump him there with the twelve two thousand sixteen. Pages. The department of Justice lawyers signed to this case March third twenty sixteen God Trump is a low some human being struck all my God Trump's an idiot page. He's awful struck. God Hillary should win one hundred million to nothing. Compare those people to Muller March sixteenth twenty sixteen. I cannot believe Trump is likely to be an actual serious candidate proposed July the twenty first twenty sixteen. Trump is a disaster have no idea how these stabilizing presidency would be August eighth twenty sixteen three days before struck was made Debbie acting in charge of the counter intelligence division of the FBI. He's never going to become president right page struck. No, no. He won't will stop it. These are the people investigating the Clinton Email situation and start the counterintelligence investigation. Other Trump campaign compare them. August fifteenth twenty sixteen struck I want to blame the path he threw out for consideration and Andy's office that there's no way he gets elected. But I'm afraid we can't take that risk. It's like an insurance policy. In the unlikely event you die before your forty. August twenty six twenty sixteen. Just went to the southern Virginia. Walmart, I could smell the Trump support. October the nineteenth 2016 Trump is an idiot. He's unable to provide a coherent answer. Sorry to the kids out there. These are the people that made a decision that Clinton. Didn't do anything wrong. And a counterintelligence investigation that Trump campaign was warranted. Judiciary committee chairman Senator Lindsey Graham, we're gonna in a bipartisan way, I hope deal with Russia. But when the Muller reports put the bed, and it soon will be this committee is going to look long and hard and how this all started. We're not look at the FIS a warrant process. Did Russia provide Christopher Steele the information about Trump that turned out to be garbage that was used to get a warrant on American system citizen? And if so how did this system whereas a real effort between path Adoplphus and anybody in Russia to use the Clinton emails stolen, but stole by the Russians, or is that thought planet in his mind. I don't know. But we're gonna look. And I can tell you this. If you change the name Joe on a look too. Everything I just said just substitute Clinton for Trump. Let's see what all these people were cameras would be saying here about this. As to cooperation in the Clinton investigation told you what the Trump people did tubby low bit about what the Clinton people did. There was a protective order. For the server. Issued by the house, and there was a request by the State Department to preserve all the information on the server. Paul Kim better after having the protective order. Used a software program called bleach. Bit to white this Email server clean as anybody ever heard of Paul can better. No. Under a protective order from the house to preserve the information. Under request from the State Department to preserve the information on the server he used a bleach bit programmed. Why bit clean what happened to him? Nothing. Eighteen devices possessed by secretary Clinton, she used to do business a secretary how many of them were turned over to the FBI? None two of them couldn't be turned over. Because Judith casper took a hammer and destroyed two of them. What happened dirt? Nothing. So the bottom line is we're about to hear from Mr. bar. The results of a two year investigation into the Trump campaign all things Russia the actions, the president took before and after the campaign twenty five million dollars. Forty FBI agents. Appreciate very much what Mr. Muller did for the country. I have read most of the report. For me. It is over..
"secretary clinton" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"The the democratic ranking member, and you'll hear pretty much what you're going to hear the entire theme of what the Democrats are going to go after. So you can text me your answer or Todd at seven oh one. Three six seven two zero five four. Yes means I want to know what's happening in the bar hearing. I want to know what's happening up there in the Senate the hearing as well. Yes means no means anything. But I don't care. It's a witch hunt. If I don't need to know anything I like to know. But I I don't know if everybody wants to know, and I don't like the rely on other people to tell me what happened in hearing. I like hearing for myself, but I'm on the air here. We got a show to do. What's your vote? No one knows about my vote. I know you don't get a vote on this. We don't get a vote. Alright. No, no. That's not once on Scott's mind than Tun's by right? Yeah. Exactly. All right. So Seminole one three six seven two zero five four. The S's and the nose in the next ten minutes will determine how will handle the rest of the program? We will get a little bit of the opening statements here for you also on the program today. Justin v from the theater Roosevelt Madora foundation. We'll talk about a new season the final for Bill Sorensen. I can't believe in Buffalo Bills last year. We got this this. This means it's a priority. Folks. We we've got to go we've got to go. We've got to be there congressman killing Armstrong. We'll be here. The later on in the program. He is on the House Judiciary committee. They're holding a hearing possibly tomorrow. There's a little bit of a. Disagreement over the. Committee at how it will operate tomorrow. Embar says I'll come and answer any questions from any member of congress. I'm happy to do it. Hearing adler. They host chairman of the judiciary committee is saying we want the lawyers with a staff questions what he wants is an optic, ladies and gentlemen, he wants to optic by that. I mean, he is looking for. An impeachment like scenario on the evening news. Remember when Cavanaugh was interviewed by the lawyers. Yeah. That's that's what he's looking for. So yes for the hearings. No for anything. But you tell us seven zero one three six seven two zero five four dull call tax. That's the text number seven three six seven two zero five four or seventy one two two six eight five three Todd bringing us up. Kevin. Let's see Lindsey Graham has thing right now between the Trump campaign and the Russian government regarding the twenty sixteen election. As to obstruction of Justice. Mr. Muller left it domestic bar to decide after ten years and all this time. He said Mr. bar, you decide Mr. bar did. The Russia lawyers onus committee, and I'll tell you the following. You have to have specific intent to obstruct Justice. If there's no underlying crime pretty hard to figure out what intent might be. If there was never crime to begin with. The president never did anything to stop Muller from doing his job. So I guess the theory goes now, we okay, he didn't collude with the Russians and he didn't specifically do anything to stop Muller, but attempted obstruction Justice of crime never occurred. I guess is sort of the new standard around here. We'll see if that makes any sense to me doesn't now there's another campaign Clinton campaign. What have we learned from this report the Russians interfered in our election? So can some bipartisanship come out of this hope so? I intend to work my colleagues on the other side to introduce the deterrent act. And to introduce legislation to defend the integrity of the voting system. Senator Durbin I have legislation that would deny anyone admitted that into to the United States visa immigration system that they were involved in interfering in American election, boredom Senator Whitehouse and Blumenfeld and make sure that if you hack into a state election system, even though is not tied to their internet crime. I would like to do more to harden our infrastructure because the Russians did it wasn't son four hundred pound guys sitting on a bed somewhere. It was the Russians and they're still doing it. And if you'll be the Chinese could they somebody next so my take away from this report is that we've got a lot of work to do to defend democracy against the Russians and other bad actors, not promise the committee will get on with at work, hopefully in about partisan fashion. The other campaign. The other campaign was investigated. Not by Mr. Muller. By people within the department of Justice. The accusation against the Clinton Secretary Clinton was at she city private server up somewhere house and classified information was on it. Devoid, the disclosure requirements in transparency requirements required being secretary of state. So that was investigated. What do we know? We know that the person in charge of investigating. Hey did Trump's guts. I don't know how Mr. Muller.
"secretary clinton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Bumper music from one superhero, Jan Michael Vincent in his silent helicopter wolf to another. But a real one congressman Jim Jordan representing Ohio's district. Welcome aboard. Jim. Never had that kind of introduction. I. Which we try to make it a little bit different here in America. I welcome. Listen, your name is mentioned frequently on this show is a handful of the people on Capitol Hill that actually has the presence back of the hundreds of people in the Senate and the house that have the letter I'll behind their name. There's about a dozen who actually believe in the make America, great, again agenda and try and support the president. Can you help for those who are being caught in the Barra's of of rhino excuses to explain to our listeners why what happened last week with those twelve senators was a travesty, and why what the president is doing is not unconstitutional when it comes to the southern warplanes, Jim Jordan. There's a statute there's a statute that gives the president's already when there's an emergency murky declaration and to deal with it. That's exactly what is happening and anyone with common sense conceited. I I asked him when the other day how many caravans does it take before it's an emergency. I think we're on the one it we need a six to seven thousand eight do we need an endless caravan. Do we need another bus on the border drug bust? Whether they got enough signal to kill fifty seven million Americans. Do we need one out to kill fifty eight nine fifty nine? What's it going to take? So obviously, this is an emergency. Unfortunately, these somebody's Republicans just wouldn't go. There wouldn't do the right for boat. My judgment. I think what's interesting is the individuals who voted no, most of them were the same folks who last congress where we controlled everything didn't want to deal with the border security while then either. And that's I think the real issue here not this constitutional concern that some of race. Let me ask you about the other side of the aisle. Then I don't want you to disclose any secrets here. But, but when you talk off line with the Democrats. How do they justify a one eighty degree flip flop on this issue from twenty two thousand and six I is it just because Donald Trump's the president? I mean what what is going on here? It's a crazy last. I think it helps them politically. I mean think about the positions that take Earl Blumenauer congressman said abolish, I uh secretary Clinton when she ran for president wants a borderless embassy. Nancy Pelosi you said Walzer immoral even though there's one between Tijuana and say yeah, go interstate. Maybe the the kicker is Abrams who gave the response to this day the union speech by the president. The lady gave the response is on record as saying she's okay with noncitizens voting, right? This is driven by the radical left. They think it helps them politically to just focus solely on being against the president. But as you, and I know in spite of everyone who's trying to stop the president. He had an amazing amazing two and a half years as the president of the United States. So what you're saying is the radicals have successfully taken over the democrat party. I mean think about think about the idea that they cheer on capper Nick Warren, he disrespects to fly they cheer on governor Cuomo. When he made the statement, America's never that. Great. And they cheer on Maxine Waters when she says go out and harass anyone who supports the president. That's the radical left today you've seen in the crazy policies. They're pushing forward green new deal their positions on immigration there. Seventy percent marginal tax break getting rid of all private health insurance. This is where they're at. And it's all about radical left position stopping the president not about what's good for the country. So where does this end they won't be able to turn over his veto is this just going to be battled out is the national emergency gonna be battled out in the courts or or will be some political resolution in Jordan. They will they will bring it back up. The democrats. The speaker of the house will bring it up veto override attempt next week. We will stop that the vast vast majority Republicans are going to stick with the president because it's the right? Thing to do. And it's what the American people send us there to do. So he will his veto will be upheld. And then there'll be a battle in court. But I think in the meanwhile, the president needs to start to get the contract signed start doing anything and everything he can on the border to actually put up the barrier. Like, we promised the American people. We were gonna do. Very clear message for the president. Lastly in the last two minutes, we have left with Representative. Jim Jordan, follow him at Jim underscore, Jordan. How are you feeling right now is one of the real fight is in the trenches? How are you feeling about the conservative agenda and the twenty twenty election? I feel great. I mean in our state of Ohio, Ohio, typically viewed as one of the bellwether states for the country. You win Ohio. You can win the White House right now. The election were held today. The president would win four sore. I don't care who they put up on the other side. And frankly, I think it'd be just as strong maybe stronger than at one of them sixteen when he won our state by eight and a half points. So I feel really good about the presence. And and and again, it comes down to the basics. Tax cut regulations. Reduced the economy growing at an unbelievable rate. Lowest unemployment years Gorsuch Cavanaugh both on the court were out of the Iran deal. The embassies in Jerusalem, hostages are home for North Korea. There's a new NAFTA agreement on the way that's a pretty darn good record for two and a half years for goodness sake. And he's done all that. This is what gets me he's done all that. With the Democrats tightening the mainstream press lightning. The group an establishment Republicans fighting that has all been accomplished in a short time. Well, as long as we have you there in the handful of others meadows gates, Nunez, Zeldin Crenshaw, holding the line will do just finding twenty twenty. You have been listening to Jim Jordan Republican from Ohio district. Keep doing what you do. Jim follow him at Jim underscore, Jordan. Thank you so much. He he is fighting the good fight for what is right for our nation. You to have been fighting the good fight for those who are far less fortunate than we are and who we can help what am I talking about? Of course, our campaign here for the last three weeks food for the poor with your help. 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"secretary clinton" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The wag their fingers and occasionally their thumbs through Gary McNamara and Eric Harley on Red Eye Radio. And he's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye I wanna play this audio cut here from Mitch McConnell yesterday. And the reason I'm gonna play this is something that you, and I have talked about in have focused on over the last three or four days. And and we have said that really for the last two years, the president should have had you should've gotten the leaders of his party together. And said, look, we we've got them on this. They have supported physical barrier before we can move this forward we need to market this. We need to promote the fact that they had been for physical barriers before we need to talk about border security here. Forget about comprehensive immigration reform the American public stance with us on border security now. Yeah, I've talked about a wall and Mexico paying for it. But the most important part is to get a is to get a physical barrier to get more. Border patrol agents there to get more traffic monitoring to try to to to bring to the American public. The fact that sanctuary cities are wrong because the vast majority of Americans agree with us, including the majority of Democrats on sanctuary cities are against their own party on that we need to focus in on these matters, we need to focus in and and promote the fact that we need e-verify we need to enforce it across the nation. So that employers do not hire illegal immigrants. We can bring this to the American people and we can win. And the reason we have said that and said that all along and said, the president should drop the Mexico pain for too long long time ago because it was wasted time. You had your you had your party there in front of you. Now, we hope the president even though he doesn't have the house continues on this and continues to sell it to the American people. But as we said early on you have to sell something, I you've got to communicate with the people you've got to explain to the people why you want something. And he should have done it with press conferences, he should have done it with addresses as he did from the Oval Office to the American people. He should have done it with town hall meetings where he brought in the border patrol and homeland security forget about the rallies rallies or for campaigns. They're about your base your base was gonna stick with you you needed to expand your base and explain to the American public in the same series tone as you did last night that there's a serious challenge that we face here. And I and here to solve the problem, and you elected me to do that. And the reason I'm saying that is because listen to Mitch McConnell here. He was able to get Mitch McConnell right aboard with him yesterday. And Mitch McConnell and right after the Democrats, and so you're able to get an ally. Even with even though you don't have the house, you were able to get people to stick by you. You've got Lindsey Graham sticking by you and Mark meadows had came and stood by you, the whole point is now you don't have congress anymore. Now, you have less ability to push this through. It doesn't mean that you should stop. But it was an opportunity we believe that was lost. But I wanna play this year from Mitch McConnell because it shows that you can get the other leaders of the Republican party to stand by you and to go after the Democrats for their obvious hypocrisy. That's the most frustrating part for you or an eye. Eric would would you agree that when we have when when we and I'm talking about we who believe in border security and a sane. A policy on illegal immigration that when you have the American public behind you and you can win every single debate. And you don't and it's not something that has to you don't have to bring out grids or charts or anything. No. You don't it's a very simple equation here. Right. And I want to start I wanna play this year from Mitch McConnell just part of what he had to say yesterday in the Senate, and a lot of the urgent humanitarian and security crisis on our border. The president is requesting five point seven billion dollars for physical barriers and border security. I I'm context that's just about one tenth. One out of one percent of federal spending one tenth of one percent. For physical barriers like fences and barriers which. Which Democrats have previously voted for with Uzi out of them. Back in twenty six. Hillary Clinton Barack Obama Joe Biden, our colleague, the car democrat leader all voted for more than a billion dollars to construct about seven hundred miles of physical barriers. Them Senator Obama called it badly needed funding for better fences and better security that should help some of the Todd I'll be illegal immigration Senator. Barack Obama Sarah Schumer later described his vote proudly quote miles of border fence and create a significant barrier. Illegal immigration. As recently as two thousand fifteen. Secretary Clinton boasted quote voted numerous times to spend money to build a barrier to try to prevent illegal immigrants from coming out. Opposite. And today the newspaper the house is trying to argue that a physical barrier is quote, immoral immoral. My friend has democratic leaders proposing to add a Senate shutdown. To the partial federal government shutdown and block even more of the people's business. All all. To avoid more of what you already voted for. Maybe the Democratic Party was for secure borders before they were against them. Or maybe they're just record it.
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"Remember Madam President the proposal? We're talking about today would represent one tenth of one percent. Federal spending for this year one thousand. So the straight face Democrats are trying to convince the country that the federal government simply cannot reopen. That they simply cannot negotiate with the president. Because the Scott would come crashing down. If we invest one thousand of federal spending and proven border security solutions. Proven border security solutions, by the way, their own party used to support. And the President Obama's border patrol chief and other security experts continue to support. So let's call it. What it is. A flip flop that is not based on principle. Or own evidence. But solely on the fact that President Trump is the occupant, although. So Republicans support the president's commonsense. Request the experts on the ground who actually risk their own safety to secure our nation. They support it. Even the twenty six versions of President Obama's. Secretary Clinton on the democratic leader supported it. But today's democrat now say the same fencing and barriers that were okay. Hey, okay. When President Obama was in the White House or now immoral. Immoral because President Trump is the one making the request. This Madam President is not how you make serious policy. Partisan tantrums are no way to govern. My democratic colleagues need to get serious about their responsibilities. Seek treatment for their brand new partisan allergy. Shake some treatment for their brand new party allergy to border security. The president negotiator solution that works for everyone. That Madam President is the only way move the country. Country forward. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell in his leader. Time remarks at the beginning of the day in the Senate, ten AM eastern following Senator majority leader's comments. We heard from Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer now today is the twentieth. Day of the Trump shutdown tomorrow..
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