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Another One Bites The Dust: Trump Axes Secret Service Director

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

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Another One Bites The Dust: Trump Axes Secret Service Director

"Speaker secretary Nielsen today, I wish her well secretary of state Mike Pompeo, reacting to the departure of the head of homeland security Kirstin Nielsen as President Trump makes changes if the top Nielsen's last day will be Wednesday pump Pao's speaking with Bret Baier on special report on Fox News this mission down at the border is incredibly important. Gotta make sure we have the laws. Right. I urge every member congress to help us fix it. So that we can do what the American people demanding regain American sovereignty along our southern border and saw both these security and humanitarian crisis that exists along our southern border. Also out the head of the secret service will also be stepping down Randolph Alice after a woman gets into mar-a-lago lying to gain access to President Trump's Florida property.

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on KOMO

"The acting DHS secretary. Nielsen will soon talk to reporters outside of Virginia home the US labeling. Ron's revolutionary guard corps a foreign terrorist organization. Speaking at the State Department of day of Mike Pompeo said if that that is ample justification for the move against the I R and also call it just and long overdue. The US move puts more economic and political pressure on Iran's Islamic regime pump accused Iran of going outlaw behavior and promoting instability. The volatile Middle East. What house chief of staff? Mick Mulvaney, said yesterday Democrats will ever see the president tax returns attorney j Secolo added yesterday on ABC's this week. We should not be in a situation where individual private tax returns are used for political purposes. ABC's Serena Marshall, join me on KOMO news sign and talks about where this fight could go. Serena what what's the latest on this story? Well, right now, it's kind of at a standstill democrat on the house who Quested tax tax returns actually request them from the IRS Commissioner David deadline of the tent right now. The White House is trying to say there's no legal justification for that request. And they're going to probably try and fight. It likelihood this will end up in court. But right now the request officially does the IRS Commissioner which point lot to see if they'll follow through. Okay. As for the Democrats also calling for turning general William bar to release a special counsel Muller's full report, and he is likely face full questions about that report. And also were the molar could be headed to Capitol Hill to testify. Yeah. That's right. The report request from the Muller and for that full report released it the previously the attorney general had said that we could probably mid April around there. So that's kind of on edge right now seen if that will come through the attorney general will be on Capitol Hill this week testifying on their budget request nothing to do with special counsel investigation. But you can imagine where these questions are going to be focused all around that summary letter that he wrote a with if he will release that bull report or not, and we'll have to wait and see when new hearing up at tomorrow and Wednesday. How does will unfold we'll get more details about that Muller report? But at the same time, you mentioned Muller himself could be up on Capitol Hill to testify top Republican in the House Judiciary committee. Doug Collins has asked the chairman Jerry Nadler to invite him without delay. You want to have him come even though congress will be on recess that we could twenty-second that he believes his college will stay in session because this is paramount. Into important. Wait, do we know? Serena what kind of legal or judicial clout to the Democrats have here with regard to releasing the full unredacted report. I mean, there's been some gray area on both sides with regard whether or not that has to happen. Well, anyhow did unanimously to release the whole report. But unredacted highly unlikely there's classified information there that will have to be redacted. There's grand jury information that will always be maintained as private both sides of. Agreed. That information needs to be stripped. But whether or not publicly redacted version will come out isn't even bigger question. Will they release a private version just two members of Capitol Hill or will they at the same time make it fully public both sides both members of that boat aisles. Republicans and Democrats are saying it needs to be made in some version public for everyone to see Serena thanks for bringing the latest. We'll talk soon. All right. Serena Marshall ABC in Washington DC color. News time nine nineteen three people including a baby dead after a pickup collided with a fire truck in Arizona. Brian rude witnessed that crash.

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Nielsen's exit comes as Trump eyes "tougher" immigration strategy

TED Radio Hour

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Nielsen's exit comes as Trump eyes "tougher" immigration strategy

"When security secretary cures to Nielsen says she will stay on the job through Wednesday to ensure an orderly. Transition Nielsen submitted her resignation after meeting with President Trump who announced her departure in a tweet Sunday evening, NPR's Mara Liasson. The president who had been frustrated with secretary Nielsen frustrated with the surge of asylum-seekers at the border just decided to make a change. And he did this the other day where he took down his nominee for ice, immigration and customs enforcement said we're going in a tougher direction. And he had we know complained in the past that Nielsen hadn't been tough enough. And maybe he has something in mind where he will have a quote tougher looking policy towards the border with tougher looking people change at homeland security comes after Nielsen accomp-. The president to the US Mexico border on

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:29 min | 1 year ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Accounts that can be opened from anywhere Capital One. What's in your wallet, Capital One? And a and the listeners of K Q E D, we'll have mostly cloudy skies around the bay area tonight with temperatures in the low to mid fifties. Tomorrow, mostly cloudy, a slight chance of showers. Hours in the afternoon. Mostly in the north bay temperatures tomorrow in the sixties to low seventies. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm show Martin. Now, we're going to address the breaking news out of Washington. Homeland security secretary curse to Nielsen will be leaving her position. President Trump tweeted this information a short time ago to talk more about this. We've called Representative Joaquin Castro. He's a democratic congressman from Texas. He represents much of San Antonio not far from the us Mexico border. And he's with us now commerce when Castro thank you so much for joining us once again. Yeah. Thanks for having me. What's your reaction to this news? That secretary Nielsen is leaving. Well, you know, I thought that she should resign before when she was not honest with congress about the plan to separate families sometime ago. She also was not honest when she came in front of the congressional Hispanic caucus, which I chair and after the question very directly whether she had any knowledge of children who had died or been seriously injured in the government's custody. And she said, no, and it turned out that wasn't true. So she leaves behind very tortured legacy of separating families remain in Mexico policy. Just last week where the Commissioner back Alina who's now apparently going to be acting secretary. They literally staged a press conference where they had women and children behind fences with razor wire. And so it's a very troubled legacy. And now, I gotta say about her. I really think that anybody that comes in President Trump. Realm that doing immigration is gonna get up into doing it the way that he does it. So I'm not saying that the things I described were all her ideas, but she certainly stepped up to take the job. And I think history will show that she was part of these very ugly policies. President Trump has been signaling some kind of change over the last week in the last couple of days, certainly where he pulled his his nominee for customs and border protection for the head of that agency saying he wants to go in a quote unquote tougher direction. How do you interpret that? What do you think he means by that? Well, I mean, you see what they're doing in. You know, as I mentioned that press conference where they stage those folks behind chain link fences razor wire having sleep on the cloud for three or four nights, or whatever it was. And the thing about that policy is that he's convinced that if as a nation, we just get crueler in terms of how we treat migrants that less people will try to come here, but the exact opposite happened there. More people trying to come here. So his policy is a total failure. And I don't see how getting meaner or crueler is gonna help. Do you have any concerns at all about making this change in the middle of this surge at at the border? I understand, of course, you've made it very clear that you disagree with his policies. You've also made it clear that you think some of his policies are in part responsible for what we're seeing at the border. But do you have any concerns about this? Seems to be complete shakeup at the top of the of this agency in the middle of the situation. Yeah. I mean, you have to question. And honestly, I hadn't thought about that. We just got the news. But look, I think Donald Trump if of all of the different policy areas that we deal with in the federal government education, healthcare immigration, so forth. I think this is the one that he probably pays attention to the most. And this is the area where he's most in control or the people close to most in control. So I think anybody that comes in and takes that job is essentially going to be absolutely marching to Donald Trump's drumbeat and just end this, very news. We're just learning of this ourselves as well. I just wonder if you have any sense of whether a secretary Nielsen was pushed or did she jump herself? Does that matter does it matter whether she was on whether she was fired, you know, to be honest, probably not, you know, I had conversations with Republican colleagues in congress over the last several months who say that that they've known her personally. And that she's not the person that is described in the media that she's not this cold hearted person who's trying to inflict pain on my grits. But look at the end of the day, if you take a job that call for you to do that and enact these policies, then you're on the hook for what is it ministration? And so, you know, and I have to agree with them to some point before all of this before she was part of the Trump administration. There wasn't necessarily an indication that she was malicious towards people. But like I said she's been part of what he's going to go down in history as a very very disturbing period, you know, nation's history in terms of how we treat people. Well to your point that the policies are what are relevant now. Do you have any plans to call secretary Nielsen before you again for recent do you have any questions for her that she can now answer because she's no longer part of the administration? Go sure I mean, we would she hit agreed to go and come in front of Hispanic. Doc again. And of course, now she's resigning or leaving her job. So I don't we don't have subpoena power. So I don't know that you'll end up doing that. But I absolutely think that that the homeland security committee and the judiciary committee. They absolutely should try to bring her back and after questions that you know, that we all still have about the situation. Give me just you have thirty seconds left. What what is one question that you have for her that you'd like to hear don't know, we still don't know why these families were separated without a system to track them there? Still is no answer to that. And the government can take two years to finally reunite families that were separated that is consonant walking Tasso. His democrat from Texas comes from. Thank you so much for talking to us. Thank you. We're going to continue the conversation with NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson. Mara, thanks so much for joining us. Happy to be here. What does this mean? I think it means that the president who had been frustrated with secretary Nielsen frustrated with the surge of asylum-seekers at the border just decided to make a change. And he did this the other day where he took down his nominee for ice, immigration and customs enforcement said we're going in tougher direction. And he had we know complained in the past that Nielsen hadn't been tough enough. And maybe he has something in mind where he will have a quote tougher looking policy towards the border with tougher looking people as sort of following this the story in real time, and you can see the anonymous sources are different messages to different networks as they are want to do some suggesting that she resigned because she was frustrated others suggesting that she was fired because the president was frustrated you have incited which of those versions is true. I think she was frustrated, and I think she was asked to resign. I think that she was why widely kind of on thin ice for so long. I think that the story really is that how long she lasted not so much that he decided to fire her many people expected her to be removed from the cabinet right after the midterm elections. That didn't happen to seem that she was on firmer ground with the president. She made many trips to the border. She certainly delivered his message about the border, but he's unhappy. He's unhappy knock just with the fact that there's been a surge of migrant families the border, but also all of the things that he's tried to do. I haven't worked out. Remember just this week? He said he was going to close the border then he backed down from that. He's talked about putting tariffs on Mexico. If they don't stop immigration and drugs, but he can't do that. Because of the new US MCA the new renegotiated NAFTA agreement that he signed. So the president's frustrated about the. The border and he wants a new people. So the president said on Twitter that the new person will be the current at least the acting person will be the current customs and border protection Commissioner Kevin Macalinsan. What do we know about him? And do we expect that he might have a better relationship with President Trump interested? Nielsen seem to have since as you pointed out, she seemed to struggle mightily, certainly in her in her utterances, absolutely reaffirmed his policy and projected his point of view on these issues. My I don't think that that. Kevin McLean is going to be the permanent. Homeland security secretary. There are other names that we've heard including Rick Perry who's currently the energy secretary. But the president has a very large number of acting secretaries right now, he's actually said he likes having people who are acting it gives them more flexibility, and especially on the border where he feels so strongly. This is such a top issue for him immigration stopping immigration, the kind of fear of immigrants coming over the border to do harm to Americans, which is a constant theme of his is something that will be a centerpiece of his reelection campaign. And I think that more than anything else you'll see him driving policy on the border, not necessarily whoever takes over from Kingston Nielsen Mara. We only have a couple of seconds left. But you've also pointed out that many of the president has been frustrated in part by the law. Is there any strategy that he's implying to try to address the fact that legal issues have kept him from implementing the policies that he prefers? Well, he's tried several things. And they haven't worked out he talked about closing the border. He's talked about superseding the US MCA with tariff some punishment in other words on Mexico. But the one thing that he has succeeded in doing is making the border, and what he calls the crisis at the border front and center in the media narrative, and that is the way that he succeeded. He thinks this is a very important issue for him and his base in the next election that is NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson. Mark, thank you so much. Thank you. And we hope you'll stay with us. Because later this hour, we're going to check in on your NPR poetry submissions with award winning, Richard Blanco. We've gotten a lot of great submission so far like Marianne Moore who submitted her poem shy. I'm going to read it shy a prison of the genes setting gray bars of fear between open arms and this one by Karen Moton, have you ever noticed how the sky can take up so much space and not crowd out a thing. Not even the stars the moon, the mountain, she does not make herself small nor wonder if she is to blue or two brilliant. She simply holds herself open unapologetic and free. We always. Enjoy getting new submission. So send us what you've got. And if you'd like to hear your original poem on the air tweet it to NPR ATC with the hashtag NPR poetry each week for the rest of the month. A professional poet is going to join us on the air to talk about some submissions that cut his or her, and.

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Land security secretary Nielsen will join President Trump at the border today in California. She was an El Paso, Texas, Wednesday Yuma, Arizona yesterday where she told agents the near meltdown situation securing America. Nielsen says preliminary figures being compiled will back that up. But we are on track to reach nearly one hundred thousand Microsoft approached our border. She says President Trump pinpointed the problem even before he became commander in chief. And he's calling on congress to take the necessary steps to solve it such as better barriers and laws. The president also applying his own pressure saying the clock is now ticking for Mexico to stem the migrant flow before he puts tariffs on auto imports. Unbelievable immigration was where they have the right to do it. The most powerful in the world. President Trump is giving Mexico one year to act Grenell. Scott, Fox News. Vice president Biden will make a public appearance today addressing union in Washington after several women came forward to say that he had inappropriately touched them. He has said that he didn't believe he had acted inappropriately. The by the Biden is considering a run for president. We're going to big update on the job market this morning. The March reports communists survey by the Wall Street Journal, expect employers added one hundred and seventy. Five thousand jobs during the month. While the unemployment rate held steady at three point eight percent near a half century, low signaling the labor market remains extremely tight what the Labor Department report will indicate whether employers have significantly reduced hiring plans or whether February was just a sputter during a long stretch of job gains. February was disappointing month for job creation that spurred renewed fears about an impending economic slowdown with employers, adding just twenty thousand workers, Hillary barsky, Fox News, Wall Street could react to the report for now stock futures up modestly that ever the Dow surged of one hundred sixty six.

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DHS Secretary Kirtjen Nielsen faces fierce questioning over Trump immigration policy

Sports Talk with Bobby Hebert and Kristian Garic

01:03 min | 1 year ago

DHS Secretary Kirtjen Nielsen faces fierce questioning over Trump immigration policy

"Up DHS secretary Nielsen defends the. Immigration policies in a contentious hearing CBS news update homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen was backing up her boss in testimony before the house today saying the border security emergency is not trumped up immigration is simply spiraling out of control in threatening public safety and national security. Nielsen telling the homeland security committee that twice as many illegal immigrants cross the border last month twice that of last year face a crisis, a real serious and sustained crisis at our borders. We have tens of thousands of illegal aliens arriving at our doorstep every month, we have drugs, criminals and violence, spilling into our country every week, California Democrat, and then that Diaz baragan took issue with the administration's border policy to give direction on how to implement the zero tolerance policy because you wanted to do with compassion. You don't have a -rageous that sounds you wanted to separate children and families and you wanted to do it with

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:27 min | 1 year ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Have been seeing fifty to sixty thousand migrants arrive at our southern border each month. And in February. We saw thirty percent jump over the previous month with agents apprehending or encountering nearly seventy five thousand aliens and at the current pace, we're on track to encounter close to one million illegal aliens out our southern border this year that children are being used as pawns to get into our country. We have encountered recycling rings were innocent. Young people are used multiple times to help aliens gain illegal entry as a nation. We simply cannot stand for this. We must fix the system. No rational person would design an immigration system. Like we have today. It's dangerous for Americans. It's dangerous for migrants. It undermines our nation's values, and it fails to uphold our fundamental obligations to the American people. All right. That was secretary of homeland security Kerstin Neil saying the situation at the southern border is dangerous and growing worse. It is not a manufactured crisis Senator Graham joins us now. From the great state of South Carolina. Well, thanks for having me. Secretary Nielsen and the border patrol Commissioner made a compelling case that things are getting worse across the board three hundred and thirty five percent increase in families apprehended. Compared to last year. Fifty four percent increase in unaccompanied minors. It costs us one hundred and thirty six thousand dollars a year to house unaccompanied minor. Our law is such that only two percent of the company minors captured after handed every built back to their home country. We're screaming to the world if you can get to the Americas of family or unaccompanied minor. Never lied and will approach ING seven hundred thousand illegal crossings this year. I mean, that's almost twice or what we had last year. Do you think in part, it's because because it's interesting I mean, when Nikki Haley left, and she said, she had the authority to tell certain countries certain things that Donald Trump would will do. There was power behind what she said because they believed Donald Trump. They they think he's a man of his word. I'm assuming people in these countries are now saying, oh, this guy's building the wall. The door is about to be closed. Let's get there sooner than later. Well, yeah. But it's not that a lot of them show up to the port of entry can claim the Salom twenty percent of the people claim a Salam actually receive a solemn. So eighty seven percent of illegal crossings in this country happen inbetween ports of entry. That's why you need a wall. Twenty percent of drugs now coming outside the port of entries. That's why you need a wall. But if you had to pick between the wall and changing our laws, the border patrol in our laws that require us to release people into the country before their Judy created is the busy biggest magnitude illegal immigration. So if you're unaccompanied minor under American law, we can only hold you for twenty days within turnover to labor HHS in two percent of the people return over ever leave the country. If your family you get captured as a family under our law. We can only hold you for twenty day period and most of the fan. Families are released into the United States who an NGO taken to a bus terminal. That's why they're flooding the country. Well, if we don't get it done now, I don't know what wherever we're going to get it done. You don't see? Now, the president will veto this Bill that would stop the use of emergency declaration. You don't see any way that the house and Senate would override that veto do, you know, so the president's gonna win in congress. I think you'll win in court. There's a statute that allows a president to declare an emergency and move money out of the military construction budget meet that emergency after today, if you don't believe we have a crisis on the national the southern border. You're just blind the crisis so moving the money around from one account to another is allowed by the statute. I think the president's got went on court and court he's having Speedo sustained. We'll get the money to build the wall. But what did I learn today, if you don't change our salad laws if you don't change the floor is decision that limits detaining people twenty days. Fix this problem. Let me give people to statutory the statute the legislative authority that is given to the president ten USC to eighty four be seven. I think is the best candidate of all of the Mike Lee was the first person appointed out to me. And when you get to seven be it says types of support for agencies of the US the purposes for which the secretary may provide support under subsection a for other department agencies or the federal government or state, local or tribal law enforcement agency, the following construction of roads, fences and installation of of lighting to block drug smuggling corridors across the international boundaries of the United States. Now, the cross-reference subsection aide says that the president has the right to build the barrier so legislatively constitutionally, I think it's pretty clear. Okay. So this is important. I'm glad people listen to your show that statue. Shoot allows you to move money around in the department of defense. Budgets to Bill Berry's. If you meet it up to four billion the point that the president's making is it when you look at the needs. That's not enough. There's another statute that allows the president that declare player a national emergency and move money around in the military construction budget to whatever that national emergency is that's where might lead another say, wait a minute. The congress did not appropriate money and the military construction budget for a wall. You can't take it and turn it into that use the emergency authority granted by the statute. I disagree. I think he can. I think he will. I think he's gonna win and court. Yeah. I think so too. So what's the vote going to be as the president vetoes the override I probably would be stopped in the house. Correct. Yeah. Well, sorry. Now, you got forty five votes. You need to eighty five you really need to ninety. Everybody's president. But based on the votes he needed to eighty five. There were forty votes short. We're not going to get anywhere near sixty seven votes disapproving emergency declaration. So he's gonna win and both houses of congress. When it goes to court what the president will say, wait a minute. Congress did act. They disapprove the resolution. I vetoed it in the congress sustained by veto acting. I think he's gonna win across the board. All right. Let's talk about the the what is now happening in the house. You work their way back in the day once upon a time, and I've never seen a situation emerge like this. Where not only what the Democrats are proposing one hundred of the most supporting is apps, an a prescription for absolute economic disaster beyond even a depression, which would be to eliminate oil and gas, the lifeblood of our economy and with that the combustion engine and with that we're going to get rid of airplanes and cows, and we're gonna force every American a rebuild their home. And we'll all going to have the same insurance that nobody can have private health insurance. But it's guaranteed. Just like you're guaranteed a job and a vacation and family leave a medical leave and just like you're guaranteed healthcare and just like a guaranteed, retirement and. And now with the wealth tax of Elizabeth Warren. We'll add daycare to the list between that and the announcement of endless nonstop. You know, the whitest net fishing expedition ever in the history of congress are they abusing their powers. Well, the policy positions are not abusing power is just really stupid CBO says the green deal new green deal would call ninety three trillion dollars to implement that will completely thank we're up the country. We don't have that much money at six hundred thousand dollars per person Medicare for all eventually means Medicare for nobody Bernie's going invite eighty billion of his closest friends to join you when you get into Medicare. We've never paid into the system fully. So these are really bad policy choices in terms of abusing power, but Nadler's doing in. My view is trying to get an outcome. That was predetermined before the election. We'll be ready set. Not ready said more. We know the president of struck Justice is it's not an investigation. It's he already has. Right. Yeah. They determined after they got the house back. This guy's gotta go. So you gotta be an air Steiner put over the guy's name is spending money, right and left against any democrat who fails to vote against impeachment. So what Nadler's done is created a political goal which is impeach the president. And he's in search of trying to find facts to support that goal. They have determined that they're going to try to destroy Donald Trump and his family. They're not gonna work with him on infrastructure prescription drugs. They determined to change American socialist country other than that, they should do very well in twenty twenty who do you think emerges because if you take the cheating of Hillary Clinton out of the two thousand sixteen primary Bernie Sanders would've won that nomination. Right. So does that mean the base of the Democratic Party today is the one I described as radical extreme democratic socialist got hit the loop? For saying, I'm extreme modern. So there are some people pushing back I'm dying to see what moderate looks like. We know what Medicare for all would do to Medicare with destroyed it would collapse private healthcare. And you'd have put over the government gives you when they choose to give it to you. The new green deal with destroy the economy in perpetuity. I'm curious to see what Hickenlooper would do what is a moderate version of these policies. I know what Trump's gonna do. He's gonna take your healthcare dollars block granting back to the states. So people close to you can make decisions. And if you don't like it, then vote for I know what he's gonna do your taxes. He's going to lower the tax code to make it competitive. I know what he's gonna do the to be Bill, but what he's gonna do terrorists. He's gonna kill him. I know you're gonna do to supreme court. He's going to make it more conservative. So I liked the contrast. Well, let's talk about the Muller report, which we keep hearing becoming out any day. Nobody even knows if it does come out if it's ever going to be released to the public. We have hand. By rod Rosenstein that it is not the big blockbuster collusion. Conclusion that everybody's been feeding us for two years. And I think what I'm being told that that there is now a real effort to hit the reset button and all of the abuses of power within the Justice department and the FBI among the upper echelon are going to be investigated. They're going to be indictments. We still are awaiting Horowitz report, the inspector general's report and John Hoover's report. And what do you expect as it relates to Muller, and you know, this two year witch-hunt lesson tack that? So the pollution is really conspiracy. The question is what here conspiracy between the Trump campaign, the president and foreign intelligence services or agencies to benefit from the after the DNC emails raise it I feel confident. There's not is no one's been choice for the conspiracy people that would be in position to inspire with the Russians Manafort other folks like that have all been charged. Charged with crimes outside of conspiracy unrelated working with the Russians. So if nobody's been charged with conspiracy is pretty hard for me to believe there is one listen, if you believe in the second amendment, and or a responsible gun owner like I m well, that's what the USCCA's all about. But also they want you to win one of the most popular in advance nineteen eleven's on the market..

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Thank you secretary Nielsen. Thank you very much. We're doing a great job of the border considering what have the tools that don't give us the tools to work with me? We have to have a barricade of some kind just barricaded. It's already designed. We're building a wall as we speak a tremendous amount. And we're renovating the otherwise, by the way with what's coming up because of the strong economy that we have. We haven't had an economy like this. I guess it over fifty years. Would you say that's correct? And because of the strong academy everyone's pouring up, and we're stopping them. But it's a lot of work. We have been incredible people at the border and you have to thank all of the border patrol agents and the ice agents. I see in Long Island. They don't want ice the the radical Democrats don't want us there because they're too good job. And I always talk about that's one of the real hot beds for for the MS, thirteen gangs. And I just seen this morning where the really radical Democrats don't want them because they don't wanna do anything to disturb MS thirteen. And when you think about it MS thirteen about the most violent gang. They say one of the most violent anywhere in the world. And they have done we're sending them out by the thousands out of our country. So we think it's too bad. But I would say this that the state of the union speech has been cancelled by Nancy Pelosi because she doesn't want to hear the truth. She doesn't want the American public to what's going on. She's afraid of the truth, and the super left Democrats, the radical Democrats what's going on in that party is shocking. I know many people that were Democrats switching over right down the switching over quickly. So.

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KTLK 1130 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Over the border. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News day, twelve of the partial government shutdown in the standoff reporter will funding continues. The Democrats are expected to introduce legislation tomorrow that would reopen the government. Fox's Steve Rappaport has more live Lisa. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the proposed house Bill to end the government shutdown will be shot down in his chamber. Democrats get finally serious about border security. So that a government funding agreement can be reached can pass the house earn sixty votes in the Senate, and you get a presidential signature Democrats note Senate Republicans approved a spending Bill without border wall money before the shutdown. The proposed package includes temporarily funding for homeland security through February eighth with one point three billion dollars for border security, but the president wants five billion for a wall. Lisa Steve, the White House blaming the standoff on democrat Democrats refused to acknowledge the facts what the president did today was monumental. He brought them to the White House to the situation. Room. Tabah conversation was secretary Nielsen. So she could brief them on all the crisis this going on in the border deputy White House press secretary HOGAN Gidley on. Fox's the story with Martha McCallum Gidley claims Democrats cut off secretary Nielsen when she attempted to talk about what the White House calls the border crisis reaction coming in after a scathing editorial now President Trump by incoming Utah. Senator Mitt Romney, President Trump responding on Twitter. Here we go with Mitt Romney would much prefer them it focused on border security, and so many other things where he can be helpful. I won big. And he didn't he should be happy for all Republicans be a team player and win Republican National Committee, chairwoman and Romney's niece Rani McDaniel scolding her on Twitter, calling his words disappointing and unproductive oxes Kristin Goodwin. This is Fox News. Good evening. I'm molly. Here's what's happening marine from Minnesota is.

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Nielsen, El Paso And Secretary discussed on Mark Mason

"Foster the homeland security secretaries inspecting border facilities after the death of another migrant child in border patrol custody. Guatemalan boy was suffering from the flu. He's a second migrant child to die in federal custody. Prompting homeland security secretary Nielsen to head to El Paso and Arizona. Nielsen has called the deaths deeply concerning

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Judge bars enforcement of new Trump restrictions on asylum seekers

Morning Edition

05:14 min | 2 years ago

Judge bars enforcement of new Trump restrictions on asylum seekers

"They cannot handle more. And what's interesting is that both sides argue here that the wait times that those official points of entry can be days if not weeks, so this is just the latest example of the president trying to change regulations to kind of clamp down essentially on existing law. What the judge said though, was he was overstepping his authority basically stepping on turf that has been. Been congresses for many years now who took this into court. This case was brought by the ACLU you heard from legal. Learnt who was the lawyer who argued the case in federal court yesterday. They are representing along with some other civil rights groups organizations that provide services to asylum seekers many of these asylum seekers come from the northern triangle, countries, Guatemala, Honduras, and Salvador, many are claiming that they're fleeing violence and persecution and the argument for the temporary restraining order, which the scale you ultimately got was that it's a violation of immigration laws. We laid out earlier that a lot of the time people are doing this by accident or because their push to. And and so essentially the judge sided with them at the end of the day temporary restraining order, meaning the arguments aren't over here. Exactly the department of homeland security hasn't commented on this judge's ruling. We're waiting to see how secretary Nielsen. And of course, President Trump and self respond, but it's worth noting that judge tiger was appointed by President Obama that might be a line of criticism. We see in the coming hours and days. Specifically what we're watching for is will the department of Justice appeal this decision. The ninth circuit court of appeal. Okay. Lily Jamali co host of the California report at thanks. Thank you. Four people are dead after a mass shooting at mercy hospital in Chicago yesterday. They include a doctor and a Chicago police officer WBZ's miles Brian reports the shooting took place yesterday afternoon at the near southside hospital police say it started with a fight between Dr tamra O'neil and a man she had a quote, domestic relationship with the Chicago Tribune reports it may have been over a broken engagement someone called nine one one. But before officers arrived the man pulled out a handgun and shot and killed O'neil in the hospital parking lot. Tracy Lyons had just finished radiation treatment when she heard the shots.

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Trump preparing to remove Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen | Interior Secretary Zinke says he’s ‘100% confident’ he’ll be cleared

Bill Cunningham

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Trump preparing to remove Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen | Interior Secretary Zinke says he’s ‘100% confident’ he’ll be cleared

Facebook is testing Screen Time-like digital wellbeing features

Joel Riley

03:16 min | 2 years ago

Facebook is testing Screen Time-like digital wellbeing features

"Harvey Weinstein's attorneys are planning to ask a Manhattan judge this week to dismiss the most serious sex assault charges filed against them, lawyers are going to argue that the embattled movie mogul had an ongoing, romantic, relationship, with, one of the unnamed accusers who account prompted Weinstein's indictment on Rape charges his lawyers intend to argue that. The first degree rape charges invalid because his relationship with. An unnamed, accuser continued after the date of the alleged attack in order, to demonstrate that the relationship was consensual the lawyers want to submit, to the judges criminal, case a cache, of several dozen emails that Weinstein allegedly traded with the accuser. The emails in question allegedly sent and received through Weinstein's official company Email account so it would, be there so we'll see if that moves. Forward you feel like you spend too much time on Facebook or Instagram but you just can't tear yourself away well apparently Facebook has. A fix for that social media behemoth has made available, tools aimed at leading you better manage your time on its apps with its apps one feature shows you a dashboard that tells you how much time you've. Been on Facebook or Instagram that day another let you set daily limits for yourself just wonder for all the people that right now have hit the News button for, the fourteenth time having that information is. That, is that gonna help you I know I should be getting up but it's easy to hit the snooze getting up many of the nation's top intelligence officials. Made a surprise appearance at the White House press briefing yesterday the send the message from the podium the President. Trump and the rest of the US government. Are prepared to take on foreign elections interference including that from Russia Department of homeland security secretary cures to Nielsen set in language much stronger than the president himself as used our, democracy itself is in the crosshairs director of national, intelligence Dan Coats national security adviser John Bolton DHA secretary Nielsen FBI director Chris Wray each took turns describing how each of their agencies is working to combat the threats it was one of the first times? The agency leaders had stood side by, side to address election interference and their appearance at. The White House comes as the president has faced criticism about his handling and messaging, about election interference, Sueno to the Ohio State investigation continues, yesterday we found out there's a special panel of people and already folks have gone through and looked, at the people named There are some who are noted as great fixers people, who have been around Ohio State for a couple three decades that any time there is a problem these names or, this name will pop up and if there's a, way out that's the person that finds it Betty Montgomery is that right Betty Montgomery is listed on that former AG As a part of that as. Well so it's about six seven people. And they say the investigation will continue under their watchful eyes so we're keeping an ear out still waiting for certain entities in that to speak when they do you'll hear what. They have to say here on the WTVN, seven ten years traffic and weather we have every ten minutes on the. Tens it's from TempStar heating and.

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"This last question to? You and secretary Oliver as? Well when it comes to defending the digital infrastructure security vulnerability assessments technical vulnerability. Assessments this. Is something, HSA prepared for already, doing a lot of work our states on but my concern is with crisis communications? Who is responsible. For dealing with things that happen. On the day that is used? In a way to mislead, potential voters how is. That conversation how. Is. That coordination happening a month's election officials in secretaries of states and with the. Federal? Government So. That is something that we've always sort of dealt with on a case by case, basis I will say that throw work with the government coordinating council we recently developed at communications protocols and we are we are working together to develop a comprehensive. Way in which we? Approach and talk about and? Collectively discuss in the public sphere things that may occur around election time Mr Chairman I yield. Back the time I do not have Gentleman yields, back the gentleman from Illinois. Mr. Christian and more Thank you chairman appreciate. That secretary crabs on April seventeenth at this year DHA secretary Nielsen had this. To say, about, Russian, interference in the, two thousand sixteen elections she said. Quote unquote two years ago the Russian government launched a brazen multifaceted influence campaign aimed at undermining. Public faith in our democratic process generally and our election specifically and I think you maybe even alluded to some of this before I, assume that the d. h. s. stands by the secretary statement correct stands. By the secretary and the secretary stands. By intelligence community assessment and of course you do the same you say you, stand with the. Secretary as well as community. On January six two thousand seventeen the office. Of the DNA I had this to, say about Russian attacks Quote unquote we also. Assess Putin and the Russian government aspired to help president elect Trump's election chances when possible by discrediting secretary Clinton and publicly contrasting her, unfavourably to him I July nineteenth of this year secretary Nielsen tweeted the. Following quote unquote I agree with the. Intel community assessment full stop I presume DHS stands with secretary Nielsen statement correct, yes sir we. Do and of course you. Stand by secretaries Nielsen statement right yes sir Okay, let's. See here. Fifteen twenty five minutes ago President Trump just made, the? Following, tweet Hot off the tweeter presses Quote unquote I'm very concerned that Russia will be fighting very hard to have an impact on the upcoming election based on the fact that no president has been. Tougher on Russia than me they will be pushing. Very hard for the Democrats they definitely don't want Trump exclamation point Obviously as you saw from the DNA is report from January six twenty twenty seventeen the entire intelligence community concluded that. Russia was trying to harm Hillary Clinton's campaign and. Helped Donald Trump's campaign question is this According to, the president the Russians definitely. Don't want Trump Mr. crabs do you agree with this tweet. Sir, I have made it a habit to focus on my job, and work with state and local governments like this not interpret headlines or Twitter I do know that the president as. Soon as thank you I do know that the president endorses, the intelligence. Community assessment is very. Clear on that last Tuesday as I said to congressman meadows earlier I very clear direction on what my job is to help state? Local fishing protect officials protect their election systems. Secretary Nielsen his provided me the, same? Guidance empowered to do so I have the team in I understand but here's my question do you know of, any evidence classified or unclassified. Suggestion suggesting that the Russians are trying to help the democrat Sir, for, in terms of any intelligence I'd have to go back and look I not able, to speak. To any classified matters. In this form okay so you're suggesting that there may be evident no sorry no sir I'm not you're not Do. You. Do you have any knowledge of any evidence? That. Might. Backup, what. The president. Just tweeted I, think the evidence would be that this administration has. Launched. A series of sanctions is expelled diplomats expelled diplomats his take another actions against the Russian government no but? Do you have any evidence that they are pushing very hard for the Democrats that is the Russians I do not have all the? AXA, access to the information that informed the. President on..

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The united states is committed to making measurable progress the matures the security on both sides of that border americans must be able to see improvements to better protect our national sovereignty and the safety of our local communities well his host president and opinion nato called for the rapid unification of separated migrant families on the us mexican border as the mexican foreign minister explained to journalists rica the president of the republic spoke with secretary pump and the rest of the us delegation of mexico's great concern for the children have been separated from their parents the border secretary and secretary nielsen for the reunification of those families doc correspondent in mexico city will grant how mr bombay's meeting said gum in a sense there were two key elements to this visit on the one hand as you've mentioned aaron we heard eclipse the meeting with and now he's the president the incumbent and that is where the the decision making lies if you like about how to proceed with the trump administration and has been the case since mr trump came to power of course there is now a new man in town if you nightcap presidentelect under is manuel lopez door and secretary of state pompeo held conversations with him which were described as agile and constructive by the foreign minister of mexico marcello and that's interesting in that you know the the two sides really a now perhaps you looking all ready the new administration coming in seeing if they can kind of begin to find common ground with them rather than with mister engineer nato given that he's only a few months left in office and do we know what the position is of the new mexican administration on things like immigration well interestingly enough they've created a proposal for tackling migration particularly through reducing poverty to talk about trade cross border security a whole range of issues and but we don't know the details of what's in there yet they handed it over to the trump administration officials as you've mentioned secretary of state secretary of homeland security and the treasury secretary they will then four make it give it to to to president trump on his return from europe and he would make some decision on this the two sides are just at a very early stage of getting to know each other yet but it is interesting that the knock over a dole administration orbit just in a transition mode at the moment is already looking for bats constructive ways that they might be able to work with the trump administration rather than having these blockages they're trying to say maybe if things were better in mexico and central america theories interesting they specifically mentioned central american nations to perhaps wouldn't people wouldn't head north in in the first place looking for work well grant in mexico for the first time the russian government has been accused directly of interfering in the us twenty sixteen presidential election involving democratic campaign emails a grand jury in the united states has charged twelve russian intelligence officers the kremlin denies any involvement us deputy attorney general rod rosenstein laid out the charges includes eleven criminal allegations a forfeiture allegation cannot one charges eleven defendants for conspiring to excess computers without authorization and the.

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The the the well one who won the democrats socialist ryan fourteen right well one of the interesting stories to go along with all of this is one that appeared in the new york times and at the hill dot com it is nineteen ice ages who signed the letter calling for secretary nielsen to dissolve ice but you have to read further into the story as to why these agents that work for is wanted dissolved what they're saying is is that investigators now these investigators that have signed the letter they work in a part of ice that deals with drug trafficking human trafficking very dangerous elements inside the legal immigrant population and they say the investigators say that they have been quote have been perceived perceived as targeting undocumented aliens instead of the transnational criminal organizations that facilitate crossborder crimes impacting our communities and national security what they're saying is the work that we do because the liberals basically are going crazy with the with the protests if we have ice on the back jacket as investigators and we're investigating a different thing we're not we're not these guys are not at detention centers ryan processing illegal immigrants in the garden variety sense they are investigating human trafficking drug trafficking and other very dangerous crimes within the illegal immigrant population and so they were suggesting that nielsen create a second bureau just for their investigations and another immigration detention and another for just immigration detentions and deportations i don't want to put words in the mouth of these agents who signed this letter but essentially from the stories what it reads my perception of the story is that because of the protests you can't wear anything that says ice on it anymore in public because you're going to be harassed and shamed they're not saying do away with the work that we're doing right they're saying do away with which is very different we didn't want the liberals are saying we don't wanna be protests what they're saying that we're trying to get work done and and we can't we can't do it right now in the current environment i don't put that on trump i put that on i put that on the protests i and i and i put it on the radical politicians that are talking about getting rid of getting rid of ice that support sanctuary cities and support the right of criminal illegal immigrants and magazine wani but you know and believes that their freedom is more important than the security of american citizens well when it comes to more in the polling dot prominent democratic pollster mark penn said thursday that the vast majority of americans don't really support socalled socalled sanctuary cities that shield emigrants in the country illegally from deportation penn who served as chief strategist for hillary clinton's twenty two thousand eight presidential campaign revealed that eighty four percent of americans favor turning undocumented immigrants over to federal agents eighty four percent i asked him do you think notifying ice would be would in fact increased crime because would inhibit people from reporting crimes or does it decrease crimes because it takes criminals off the street they overwhelmingly said decrease penn said the response was strikingly out of sync with what the public might think about sanctuary cities the broad term refers to cities that don't fully cooperate with federal authorities well it's out of sync but from what the democrats are saying that's why because the democrats the democratic party support sanctuary cities not necessarily the rank and file voting democrat exactly because if you have eighty four percent of americans that do not support sanctuary cities we've seen eighty percent eighty four percent then that means the majority and the vast majority of democrats that would be probably close to sixty five to seventy percent of the democrats don't believe in sanctuary cities right so it's just important to bring that up that when you see that this is being promoted go ahead if you think that's going to win you national elections keep it up yeah and that seems to be the litmus test for democrat candidates which is do you wish to get rid of ice are you for sanctuary cities go ahead let's see how far that gets you our audio cut of the day tray gouty yesterday before in in congress as part of the.

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"When i saw all the whole thing that cortez's thoughtful then i'm like oh god here we go a bomb again this is the the well one one the democrats social fourteenth right well one of the interesting stories to go along with all of this is one that appeared in the new york times and at the hill dot com it is nineteen ice ages who signed a letter calling for secretary nielsen to dissolve ice but you have to read further into the story as to why these agents that work for is one it is all what they're saying is is that investigators now these investigators that have signed the letter they work in part of ice that deals with drug trafficking human trafficking very dangerous elements inside the illegal immigrant population and they say the investigators say that they have been quote have been perceived perceived as targeting undocumented aliens instead of the transnational criminal organizations that facilitate crossborder crimes impacting our communities and national security what they're saying is the work that we do because the liberals basically are going crazy with with protests if we have ice on the back of our jacket as investigators and we're investigating a different thing we're not we're not these guys are not at detention centers ryan processing illegal emigrants in garden variety sense they are investigating human trafficking drug trafficking and other very dangerous crimes within the illegal immigrant population and so they were suggesting that nielsen create a second bureau just for their investigations and another immigration detention and another for just immigration detentions and deportations i don't want to put words in the mouth of these agents who signed this letter but essentially from the stories what it reads my perception of the story is that because of the protests you can't wear anything that says ice on it anymore in public because you're going to be harassed and shamed they're not saying do away with the work that we're doing right they're saying do away with an which is very different the liberals are saying we don't want to be protests well what they're saying that we're trying to get work done and and we can't we can't do it right now in the current environment i don't put that on trump i put that on i put that on the protests i and i put it on the radical politicians that are talking about getting rid of getting rid of ice that support sanctuary cities and support the right of criminal illegal immigrants and maverick but you know and believes that their freedom is more important than the security of american citizens well when it comes to more in the polling dot prominent democratic pollster mark penn said thursday that the vast majority of americans don't really support salt called socalled sanctuary cities that shield immigrants in the country illegally from deportation penn who served as chief strategist for hillary clinton's twenty two thousand eight presidential campaign revealed that eighty four percent of americans favor turning undocumented immigrants over to federal agents eighty four percent i asked him do you think notifying ice would be would in fact increased crime because would inhibit people from reporting crimes or does it decrease crimes because it takes criminals off the street they overwhelmingly said decrease penn said the response was strikingly out of sync with the public might think about sanctuary cities the broad term refers to cities that don't fully cooperate with federal authorities well it's not a sink but from what the democrats are saying that's why because the democrats the democratic party support sanctuary cities not necessarily the rank and file voting democrat exactly because if you have eighty four percent of americans that do not support sanctuary cities we've seen eighty percent eighty four percent then that means the majority and the vast majority of democrats that would be probably close to sixty five to seventy percent of democrats don't believe in sanctuary cities right so it's just important to bring that up that when you see this is being promoted go ahead if you think that's going to win you national elections keep it up yeah and that seems to be the new litmus test for democrat candidates which is do you wish to get rid of ice are you for sanctuary cities go ahead let's see how far that gets you are audio cut the day tray gouty yesterday before in in congress as part of the house judiciary committee and his opening statement.

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And everything in between and they're taunting him are you going to let her let us call her a are you gonna let us call her you're not gonna do anything tough guy blue eyes i guess he has blue eyes and for his sake you know imagine the position you're in your blood's boiling their provoking a fight i think anybody's natural instinct is to wanna stand up for yourself but if pam bondi is boyfriend does just that then he's the one that gets in trouble so you got sarah sanders you got pam bondi he got secretary nielsen and secretary nielsen is she's run out of a restaurant and then they're protesting outside her home then they're outside of stephen miller home mostly seems women and children then you got psychos like peter fonda saying oh let's put the twelve year old son of malania and president trump in a cage and with a bunch of pedophile and basically talks about raping secretary nielsen sick twisted ugly times and then you got the encouragement factor and you know let's let's listen to maxine waters and what she has to say unbelievable listen to this they got that maxine waters is telling you go confront them in restaurants let's go in front of them in malls let's confront them in department stores let's go after everybody here and then cory booker wants to be president he saying the same thing nothing.

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A part of the program i don't even know what to tell you accept that this is all real and it's all dangerous and it is it's all because the president's successful no other way to really it's not a spin it's just simple basic fundamental truth you know yeah i know they want to censor on maxine waters and have a resign and and i didn't call for harming people she said and so on and so forth in the house republicans are moving against their in you know by the way she's been named the most corrupt member of congress for four years in a row by i don't even like the stupid group though crew the the citizens for responsibility and ethics but this is how bad it is and these are democrats they're attacking pam bondi oh the aga of florida a woman they're attacking secretary nielsen a woman there at they ben attacking vonda they've been attacking malania they you know look what they did sarah sanders can't go in a whatever that disgusting places down the the president's right i looked at it i'm like what a dive what is what does sarah sanders doing there if i could i'd send it a like a really cool steakhouse but i'll get accused of you know something horrible so i can't do it but i but my heart's there sarah sanders hears about this i guess i could take her out to dinner in a family out to dinner when i'm in dc right that's allowed we've been friends time her dad i do know her data and i know no i know her and i think she's doing a fabulous job and then they're attacking children isn't that cute they go after nobody speaks up for barron trump you know twelve year old kid that you want to throw in a cage with a bunch of pedophile whereas all the outrage on the left and i have a whole other list here that i'm going to share with you let's see maddow madonna jim carey obama biden tim kaine loretta lynch maxine waters steve co bill bill marr robert de niro michelle will protesters propert deniro again and maxine waters please maxine papa stop you're hurting the whole 'cause it's a trick was to keep it quiet this is newsradio twelve hundred w is san antonio iheart radio station it's two thirty am carey lucky and here are some of the stories we're following president trump's praising the us supreme court ruling on his travel ban high court voted five to four pull the presidential order which aim to limit travel and immigration from several countries the president called it a tremendous victory america's top diplomat says he won't put a time line negotiations for north korea to denuclearize secretary of state mike pompeo told cnn an interview he wants to see continued progress toward denuclearization he also said the trump administration will regularly assess how serious the north is about giving up its nuclear program voters are casting ballots today and primaries in new york colorado maryland oklahoma utah and mississippi former gop presidential nominee romney is expected to win the republican senate primary in utah and new york republican michael grimm trying to retake the house he he gave up after pleading guilty to tax evasion breaking news on the hour at the half and anytime at w dot com brought to you by i mart credit union more sean hannity coming up next on news radio twelve hundred w o a i but first traffic and weather together from the precision windows traffic.

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Four one sean if you wanna be a part of the program i don't even know what to tell you accept that this is all real and it's all dangerous and it is it's all because the president successful no other way to really it's not a spin it's just simple basic fundamental truth you know yeah i know they want to censor on maxine waters and have a resign and and i didn't call for harming people she said and so on and so forth in the house republicans are moving against her in you know by the way she's been named the most corrupt member of congress for four years in a row by i don't even like the stupid group though crew the citizens for responsibility and ethics but this is how bad it is and these are democrats they're attacking pam bondi oh the aga of florida a woman they're attacking secretary nielsen a woman there they ben attacking vonda they've been attacking malania they you know look at what they did sarah sanders aka go in a whatever that disgusting places down the president's right i looked at it i'm like what a dive what is put a sarah sanders doing there if i could i'd send it a like a really cool steakhouse but i'll get accused of something horrible so i can't do it but i but my heart's there sarah sanders hears about this i guess i could take her out to dinner and a family out to dinner when i'm in dc right that's allowed we've been friends her dad i do know her data and i know i know i know her and i think she's doing a fabulous job and then they're attacking children isn't that cute they go after nobody speaks up barron trump you know twelve year old kid that you wanna throw in a cage with a bunch of pedophile where's all the outrage on the left and i have a whole other list here that i'm going to share with you let's see maddow madonna jim carey obama biden tim kaine loretta lynch maxine mortar steve co bill bill marr robert de niro michelle will protesters robert deniro again and maxine waters please maxine popping stop you're hurting the whole trick which post to keep it quiet iheartradio nine seven wfl as good afternoon i'm dana mills our top story at three thirty president trump calls it a tremendous victory for the american people the supreme court has ruled in favor of the administration's travel ban on five mostly muslim countries cbs correspondent steve dorsey reports this was a victory for the administration and also for conservatives with the court ruling the president's executive order was quote squarely within the scope of presidential authority rejected a challenge that the presidential proclamation discriminated against muslims or exceeded his thirty this was the third version of his band that lower courts had blocked the ruling was a narrow four to five at the white house today the president said the government must know who is coming to america from the florida central credit union home loans traffic center.

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Wanna be a part of the program i don't even know what to tell you accept that this is all real and it's all dangerous and it is it's all because the president's successful no other way to really it's not a spin it's just simple basic fundamental truth you know yeah i know they want to censor on maxine waters and have a resign and and i didn't call for harming people she said and so on and so forth and the house republicans are moving against their in you know by the way she's been named the most corrupt member of congress for four years in a row by i don't even like the stupid group though crew the citizens for responsibility and ethics but this is how bad it is and these are democrats they're attacking pam bondi the ag florida a woman they're attacking secretary nielsen a woman there aren't they ben attacking vonk they've been attacking malania they you know look at what they did sarah sanders can't go in a whatever that disgusting places down the president's right i looked at it on like what dive what is what does sarah sanders doing there if i could i'd send it a like a really cool steakhouse but i'll get accused of you know something horrible so i can't do it but i but my heart's there sarah sanders hears about this i guess i could take her out to dinner and a family out to dinner when i'm in dc right that's allowed we've been friends her dad i do know her data and i know i know i know her and i think she's doing a fabulous job and then they're attacking children isn't that cute they go after nobody speaks barron trump you know twelve year old kid that you want to throw in a cage with a bunch of pedophile where's all the outrage on the left and then i have a whole other list here that i'm going to share with you let's see maddow madonna jim carey obama biden tim kaine loretta lynch maxine waters steve bill bill marr robert de niro michelle will protesters robert deniro again and maxine waters please maxine pop up you're hurting the whole causes trick was supposed to keep it a fight president trump is calling on republicans could give him more money to build the wall he says moore judges is not the answer to immigration problems they want us to choose five thousand judges how do you choose five thousand judges can you imagine the corruption just from a normal standpoint common sense can you imagine the corruption seven states are holding primaries today to decide who will be on the ballot for this year's midterms maybe the most closely watched race in the countries here in new york city the city's only republican held congressional seat is a spotlight incumbent dan donovan is being challenged by the man he succeeded michael grimm grimm resigned back in two thousand fifteen and served seven months in prison for tax fraud correspondent steve burns the president calls it vindication the high court decision today that upheld the third version of his travel ban the high court rejected a claim the band discriminated against muslims on wall street the dow is up seventy points snp up to it is up nine points i'm mike with a look at the.

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Four one sean if you wanna be a part of the program i don't even know what to tell you accept that this is all real and it's all dangerous and it is it's all because the president's successful no other way to really it's not a spin it's just simple basic fundamental truth you know yeah i know they want to censor on maxine waters and have a resign and and i didn't call for harming people she said and so on and so forth in the house republicans are moving against her in you know by the way she's been named the most corrupt member of congress for four years in a row by i don't even like the stupid group though crew the citizens for responsibility and ethics but this is how bad it is and these are democrats they're attacking pam bondi oh the aga of florida a woman they're attacking secretary nielsen a woman there at they ben attacking vonda they've been attacking malania they you know look at what they did sarah sanders aka anco in a whatever that disgusting places down the president's right i looked at it i'm like what a dive what is what does sarah sanders doing there if i could i'd send it a like a really cool steakhouse but i'll get accused of you know something horrible so i can't do it but but my heart's there sarah sanders hears about this i guess i could take her out to dinner and a family out to dinner when i'm in dc right that's allowed we've been friends her dad i do know her data and i know i know i know her and i think she's doing a fabulous job and then they're attacking children isn't that cute they go after nobody speaks up for perrin trump you know twelve year old kid that you want to throw in a cage with a bunch of pedophile where's all the outrage on the left you know and i have a whole other list here that i'm going to share with you let's see maddow madonna jim carey obama biden tim kaine loretta lynch maxine waters steve bill bill marr robert de niro michelle will protesters propert deniro again and maxine waters please maxine stop stop you're hurting the whole 'cause it's a trick which post to keep it quiet the voice of new york seven ten w o r seventy six degrees at three thirty good afternoon i'm jeff mckinney the supreme court today upholds the trump travel ban the court ruling five to four that the ban is based on national security and is not a muslim ban per se trump today calls the ruling victory for the constitution dan donovan michael grandma a tight republican congressional primary today on staten island el chapo in federal court today in brooklyn ahead.

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In sign of detente, North Korea skips annual anti-US rally

America's Morning News

04:32 min | 2 years ago

In sign of detente, North Korea skips annual anti-US rally

"Of june in another sign of detente following the summit between kim jong un and president trump north korea's decided to skip one of the most symbolic and politically charged events of the calendar the annual anti us imperialism rally marking the start of the korean war now last year's event was held on kim il sung square with a reported one hundred thousand people attending north korea even issued special anti us postage stamps also outside of the us turkey's national electoral board is pronounced incumbent president recep tayyip air to one as the winner of the country's presidential election with an absolute majority of valid votes speaking in televised remarks from stan bowl sunday the sixty four year old said the nation quote has entrusted to me the responsibility of the presidency and the executive duty that's that's no joke folks sunday's election putting into force a stronger presidential system allowing air to want to form the government appoint ministers vice president top bureaucrats issued decrees prepare the budget and impose states of emergency president trump's attempting to highlight the plight of americans whose loved ones killed by who whose loved ones were killed by those in the country illegally of the president friday hosted what he called angel families while thousands of children separated from their parents sit along the us mexico border you lost will not have been in vain we will secure our borders and we will make sure that they're properly taken care of eventually the word will get out we've got to have a safe country i always hear that oh would know the population safer than the people that live in the country you've heard that fellas right we've heard that here so much and i see is that possible the answer's not true here's like they're better people than what we have in our citizens it's not true they were released back into our civilian population and these gentlemen had to do some of the releasing and i don't think he would too happy when you knew because you knew they know better than anybody you knew what you were releasing you knew it was trouble and it often comes back to be trouble where is the media outrage over the catch and release policies that allow deadly drugs to pour into our country whereas the condemnation of the democrats sanctuary cities that released violent criminals into our communities and then protect them like the mayor of san diego once you warned everybody that isis coming and they scattered and where's the outcry over the savage gang ms thirteen and it's bloodthirsty creed kill rape and control because the news media has overlooked their stories i want the american people to hear directly from these families about the pain they've had to endure losing not only their loved ones great people president trump has spoken out about angel families often referencing the group he justifies his hardline policies on illegal immigration meanwhile republican leaders are trying to get the votes they need for their wide ranging immigration bill their support from dueling conservative and moderate wings of the republican party but house freedom caucus member jim jordan part of that and servative wing says house leadership is the problem america's most welcoming country on the planet but you gotta you gotta follow the law secretary nielsen has been real clear you show up to a port of entry your family would be kept together you will go through the process and we'll see if you're actually a legitimate asylum seeker what i do know is when i was in our office so we can hap ago they told me eighty percent of the folks seeking asylum wind up not getting it they're not actually eligible for it so we want to sort that all out do it in a way that consistent with the law the definition for claiming asylum as well you can no longer playing this gang violence eighty percent eighty this is straight from the folks at immigration and customs enforcement so they're they're telling me the number eighty percent aren't actually legitimate asylum seekers we need to sort that out but yeah we want to welcome folks who come here for legitimate reasons who want to do it by the rule of law who follow all we want to welcome here but mostly what we wanna do margaret is the mandate from the twenty sixteen election was real clear the american people may donald trump president made republicans the majority in the house and the senate to build the border security wall stop chain migration in the.

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Get pummeled the president especially but republicans in every level over images of children separated from their parents audio of the children crying and attention centers and a growing political nightmare because it's a moral failure that say spiritual and religious failing it's an undefendable policy and when you send attorney general sessions out and he says no this isn't nazi germany the nazi try to keep the jewish from leaving the country that doesn't work and when president trump goes out and says it's not my fault that doesn't work it started in april when jeff sessions said we're going to prosecute everyone that meant they went to jail not detention centers when they go to jail that kids are separated what we need is the cruise bill ted cruz put forward a bill what we don't need is secretary nielsen who went to the podium in the briefing room yesterday and just got hammered let's give a few cut the secretary nielsen two hundred bass doing but this is just not defensible cut number seven you start with a few numbers and facts so in the last three months we have seen illegal immigration on our southern border exceeds fifty thousand people each month multiples over each month last year since this time last year there has been a three hundred and twenty five percent increase in unaccompanied alien children and a four hundred and thirty five percent increase in family units entering the country illegally over the last ten years there has been a one thousand seven hundred percent increase in asylum claims resulting in silent backlog today on our country of six hundred thousand cases since two thousand thirteen the united states has admitted more than half a million illegal immigrant miners and family units from central america most of whom today are at large in the united states so it's a big problem six hundred thousand unadjudicated asylum claims is a big problem it's not responsive the question isn't unaccompanied minors that's easy the question isn't the asylum adjudication that's easy it's what do you do with people awaiting asylum adjudication you can't release them because of the ankle bracelets are cut off and they vanish you have to house them in detention centers and you have to house them with parents with children when they are the biological children that's the cruise bill cut number eight and finally dhs is not separating families legitimately seeking asylum at ports of entry if an adult enters at a port of entry in claims asylum they will not face prosecution for illegal entry they have not committed a crime they coming to the poor doesn't help to avoid the question this is what gets me crazy about public officials i like secretary nobody's saying you're separating children at ports of entry people saying you're separating children from their parents as they crossed the border illegally not at present themselves for asylum the ports of entry nobody you're arguing against a straw man it's what president obama used to do the trump craziest setup straw man argument this is a straw man nobody is saying you're doing that so why argue about it why not focus on the fact the fact the fact that we are separating children from families that's the if you want to defend it defend it but don't use straw men because people understand it's a straw man keep on entry as i mentioned vhs does have responsibility protect minors and in that case as well we will only separate the family if we cannot determine there is a familiar relationship if the child may be at risk with the parent or legal guardian or if the parent or legal guardian is referred for prosecution we have a duty stock or if the parent is referred for prosecution sin they're all being referred for prosecution they are separated why even try this general sessions came on this show on june six two weeks ago said this what we're doing we're referring everyone for prosecution and that means kids get separated now securing nielsen pushes back against the allegation they're not being well taken care of i want go give her say cut number ten children in dhs an hsa custody are being well taken care of the department of health and human services officer refugee resettlement provides meals medical care and educational services cities children they're provided temporary shelter in hhs works hard to find.

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Republicans hammer FBI over handling of Clinton email probe

WDRC

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Republicans hammer FBI over handling of Clinton email probe

"Boards getting legislation passed this week florida republican carlos cra bella was a sponsor democrats say legislation is not needed for the president to reverse a zero tolerance policy blamed for family separation while jared helper the bill would face an uncertain future with the senate because it would need some democratic votes to end a filibuster president was heckled by democrats on the hill tuesday night and homeland security secretary kirsten nielsen was chased from a mexican restaurant near the white house by angry protesters secretary nielsen has defended the temporary separation of children from adults crossing the southern border illegally in the house tuesday more tough questions will the justice department's inspector general above the fbi's handling of the clinton email probe congressman trey goudy chairs the house oversight and government reform committee it is not the public's job to prove the bias shown by the fbi did not influence decision making it is the fbi's job to prove to the public that this manifest bias was not outcome determinative and bias and fairness cannot coexist inspector general michael horowitz told the committee he failed the implication that senior fbi employees would take official actions to impact the elections process to.

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"secretary nielsen" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"secretary nielsen" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Don't cross the border illegally present yourself at a port of entry while the aclu has a lawsuit now challenging family separation that's going to be decided and he day it shows that many many parents are presenting themselves at a port of entry legally ask for asylum and still having their child taken away from them are lead plaintiff is a congolese mom who presented herself at a port of entry with her then six year old daughter after four days the daughter was ripped away from her the mother could hear the daughter the next room begging pleading please don't take me away from my mom please don't take me away from my mommy she was sent to chicago the mother was kept in san diego for four months mother was given no information about why the little child was taken this is apparent like many other parents who presented themselves at a port of entry so it's simply not true that you can avoid having your child taken from you if you presented a port of entry the second critical point that no one ever asked the attorney general secretary nielsen is will what happens when the parent gets out of jail after the few days for the misdemeanor is the cia returned and the answer is no our other named plaintiff goes by missy she crossed the border with her son fleeing domestic violence in brazil crossed the border got time served for the misdemeanor child was taken away and sent to chicago she was in texas she was released from criminal jail it's been more than seven months and she was released from criminal jail and still has not gotten her child back we know how much this is costing americans the taxpayer that's a very good question we are in the process i think of calculating how much it will cost but ultimately the fundamental question has to be sort of humanity of of what's going on i think that if policy makers could sit in one of those rooms and see these little kids three.

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New York Times, Zillow and Abbie Philip discussed on Doug Stephan

Doug Stephan

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

New York Times, Zillow and Abbie Philip discussed on Doug Stephan

"The damage outside a building at saint stephen's episcopal church in the west end of beaumont texas just about two miles away from where another explosive device was found outside a starbucks that device was not detonated the fbi is assisting the investigation authorities have yet to address the nature of the bomb a motive whether any suspects have been identified or if there might be any links between the devices correspondent scott carr big worries on hawaii's big island the lava fissures are bad enough now it's feared that kill away of all k know could erupt from the top president of the hawaii senate ronco gucci says state officials are keeping a close eye on the killer way of volcano this is an ongoing event with no end in sight that anyone can make any kind of firm predictions officials say kilowatts activity resembles what was seen right before a major eruption in nineteen twenty four when enormous rocks called ballistic boulders were launched from the earth correspondent john laurence says residents are also being warned about the current threat of dangerous toxic gases homeland security secretary john nielsen may have second thoughts about our job that are reports she wrote a resignation letter after president trump scolded her for failing to improve border security at wednesday's cabinet meeting a white house official describing the president's comments as angry and heated the new york times reporting secretary nielsen told colleagues she was close to resigning after the argument and drafted a resignation letter homeland security officials denying that report correspondent abbie philip many millennials may thank mom forgiving them they're old room back this mother's day on news zillow analysis shows nearly one in four is back home living with mom that's twelve million the highest number in a decade i'm evan haning.

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Officials identify pilot killed in F-16 jet crash over Nevada desert

The Steve Dahl Show

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Officials identify pilot killed in F-16 jet crash over Nevada desert

"Six six the number four matron sears holdings and delta airlines says some of the some of their customer payment information may have been exposed in a cyber security breach at a software service provider sears holdings which owns also owns kmart says the credit card information of less than one hundred thousand customers may have been affected they say the breach took place around last september twenty six and was discovered in fixed october twelfth twelfth and sears says it was notified of the incident in mid march delta says it was a small subset of its customers that were affected and no passport info government id security and sky miles information was impacted delta says it's setting up a website for concern customers sear says it setting up a hotline a us air force thunderbirds pilot was killed in the crash of his f sixteen fighting falcon jet during training over the nevada desert the jet went down around ten thirty yesterday morning during a routine aerial demonstration training flight over the remote nevada test and training range an investigation of the crash is underway and the thunderbirds appearance this weekend at a march reserve base in california has been canceled also the pentagon says it is setting up a new support cell to fulfil the president's authorization for more national guard troops along the border with mexico spokesperson dana white's calls it a surge to advance national security secretary mattis agrees with secretary nielsen that border security is national security secretary madison secretary nielsen are working closely together to meet the president's goal to enhance border security meantime oregon governor kate brown says she won't let bashful guard troops from her state be stationed at the mexican border if president trump requests them brown is a democrat and an tweet that she was quote deeply troubled by the president's plan to militarize militarize our border in california an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of five point three has struck off the coast of southern california the us geological survey says it happened today in the channel island region about thirty eight miles southwest of ventura no immediate reports of damage and the number of carjackings is not slowing all that much but there's a new crime facing drivers when they come out to their cars in the morning or christopher michael explains you may have seen the insurance company commercial where a man returns to his car to find it.

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Boko Haram returns Nigeria girls, warns not to put in school

02:07 min | 2 years ago

Boko Haram returns Nigeria girls, warns not to put in school

"Lack of urgency about russian attacks and election security lawmakers press kirsten nielsen and jay johnson the current and former homeland security secretaries nielsen acknowledged there's a problem with making sure election results are genuine or if there's no way to audit the election that is absolutely a national security concerns you must have a way to audit you can do it through paper ballots or you can do it through this voter verification but you must have a way to audit and verify the election results russian agents targeted election systems in twenty one states in two thousand sixteen there's no evidence any votes were actually altered only nineteen states have reached out for cybersecurity reviews in afghanistan and islam estate suicide bomber blew himself up near a shiite shrine in kabul today killing at least thirty three people sixty five others were wounded and emergency workers rushed them to a nearby hospital police say the attackers struck near crowds gathering to celebrate the persian new year an attack on damascus syria has claimed forty four lives state media reports rebels fired mortars into a busy market during tuesday evenings rush hour aftermath video showed glass and debris littering the street it was one of the deadliest attacks in the syrian capital since the civil war began meanwhile in northwest syria wore monitor say an air strike on a rebelheld province killed twenty one people sixteen of them children one hundred and four captive girls were freed in nigeria today by boko haram the islamist militants return them to doc g where a total of one hundred ten were kidnapped from a boarding school for weeks ago the girls were reunited with their parents and said they were freed because they are muslims several others did not return there were five of us that died those that died were not killed by boko haram they died because they were trampled upon it was stress and trauma that made them tired and weak the government denied paid ransom for the mass released by boko haram left a warning saying we did it out of pity and don't ever put your daughter's in school again in two thousand fourteen the militants kidnapped two hundred and seventy six girls from shoebox some one hundred of them have never returned back.

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