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Fresh update on "secretary state" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"The presidential election, allowing now for the transition to begin more from AP correspondent Mike Grassi. The General Services Administration has determined. President elect Joe Biden is the apparent winner of the November 3rd election. And after weeks of contesting the outcome, President Donald Trump has cleared the way for cooperation on transition and official says G s A administrator, Emily Murphy, determined Biden to be the apparently Winner based on Trump's setbacks in his bid to upend the election. On Monday, the Michigan Board of State Canvassers voted to certify the Biden victory in the Wolverine state shortly after a letter from Murphy to Biden was made public Trump tweeted Our case strongly continues. But, he added. In the best interest of our country, I am recommending that Emily and her team do what needs to be done with regard to initial protocols and have told my team to do the same Mike Rossia Washington with the president elect, also announcing several nominations for his cab. In its former secretary of state. John Kerry, called Yvonne to be the special presidential envoy for climate change. Tony Blinken will be secretary State Jake Solve in Biden's national security advisor, and Linda Thomas Greenfield, ambassador to the United Nations. Cuban born Alejandro. My or Kiss is the nominee to lead homeland security. You'll be the first Latino to leave that department Averil Haines would be the first woman to lead US intelligence if confirmed. Washington Post National Security reporter Shane Harris, sharing some of the reasoning behind the nomination. Would Biden is doing here is turning to people with just years of experience. He has a very deep bench to pull from there also people who he knows personally and has worked closely with. I think that's important to underscore many of these cases as well. These are not people who are unknown to him. People who have in some cases been his advisers for years, including when he was serving with President Obama. So in some ways, it's a little bit of the team that he had around him when he was in office four years ago, his vice president, and now they're all sort of getting elevated up a step and what would be another historic first presidents like bite him? Reportedly nominating former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen as Treasury secretary. She would be the first woman to lead the department since it was formed in the late 17 hundreds. 11 33 long time California Senator Dianne Feinstein will no longer be the ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee. Feinstein, who had served in the Senate for nearly three decades. Made the announcement in a statement. Some Democrats have private privately being critical of Feinstein's Feinstein's performance during the confirmation hearings for Amy Cockney Barretts, who was recently confirmed as the latest U. S. Supreme Court. Justice. Feinstein and 87 is the oldest sitting U. S. Senator A Michigan board certifying the state's presidential election results, Despite pressure from President Trump and Republicans to delay taking action more from DVT LP, Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller, there are too many questions that need to be answered regarding this election. State Republican chair Laura Cox urged the board of Canvassers toehold, often certification. But a Republican on the four member board said he had little choice but to certify the results. Given the panel's legal requirements. A second Republican abstained. So the vote was three. Nothing in favor. The decision came after several hours of public testimony, including from former GOP board member Jeff Timmer, who argued for certification. Whether the margin is one vote or one million votes is a relevant to the legal obligations this board must fulfill. Today. The decision clears the way for Joe Biden to get the state 16 electoral votes on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P knew the French resistance hero Daniel Korda has died at the age of 100. CBS News correspondent Vicki Barker has more from the Foreign desk in London, 48 was secretary to the French Resistance leader, John Mullan, who was killed by the Gestapo in 1943. After the war. Cordy, a became a celebrated art dealer and credited the cultured, elegant Moulin for his career because the older man used to pretend to be giving Corday lectures on art history while out in public in occupied France to avert the suspicion of the Germans. Cordis death leaves only one surviving member of the 1000 and 38 companions of the Liberation, Hubert..
Fresh update on "secretary state" discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"45 officials in Michigan voting to certify that state's election will have more in just a moment. President elect Joe Biden selecting former Fed chair Janet Yellen as his Treasury secretary. State police have called off the search for a fall River man in the Taunton River. Tonight, they'll keep looking again tomorrow. A state trooper shot over the weekend at the Cape has now been released from the hospital. Again. We're following a developing story out of Michigan, where election officials have just now certified the Democrat Joe Biden's 154,000 vote victory in the state and then President Trump's attempts to Challenge. The results of the election does stand. The Board of State Canvassers, which has two Republicans and two Democrats confirmed the results. It was a three nothing vote with one.
Fresh update on "secretary state" discussed on PRI's The World
"Building. A new cabinet post trump president-elect biden picks a longtime ally for secretary of state. tony blinken. Tony is going to have to work with our partners and allies around the globe to convince them that donald trump's administration was more of an aberration. Also today a secret meeting in saudi arabia between the crown prince and israel's prime minister something. They're sending a message to iran before the white house. Chief guard iran. Beware with. You'll have two months to coordinate and do things and ethiopia is in turmoil. Fighting between the government and breakaway forces could be coming to ahead within the next seventy two hours. We might see the financial doubt. I'm marco werman that sort of more today here on the world. I'm marco werman you're with the world. It is good to have you with us on this monday. When it comes to america's future relationship with the rest of the world were starting to get a sense of the approach. President elect joe biden. Might take biden is expected to announce some key cabinet picks tomorrow. The word right now is that biden has chosen antony blinken for the coveted post. A secretary of state blinken has served in many roles over the years most recently as deputy secretary state under president barack obama former cia director. John brennan has worked closely with lincoln. He says blinken is well positioned to start repairing america's ties to traditional allies. I think tony has the deft touch needed. He is mary specs. A quintessential diplomat. Never you know working his way up to the department of state as a foreign service officer. He has an approach and attitude and i think a vision also that is going to allow the united states to repair some of the damage that has been done. I think he's not going to cut corners. He really is going to spend time talking to united states friends abroad. But also i think he's going to deal very forthrightly with some of our adversaries are out there. There's gonna be a tough policy. I think on china on a number of fronts as well as with russia. So i think a tony brings together the knowledge and experience as well as the personal relationship with joe biden. That is so so important for secretary of state to have also today director brennan. According to several outlets admiral hanes is tipped to be director of national intelligence. What can you tell us about her. She has a lot of experience. She worked also on the hill as she has a law degree her degrees in physics. She's a pilot martial arts black belt. But she is steeped in the law. She was the to council's legal counsel for several years. When i first worked with her in the obama administration then i selected her as my deputy at cia because of her breadth of experience and her pragmatic approach to national security challenges and then when she became the principal. Deputy nascar advise the white house. I think she really demonstrated her ability to work. Very closely with others in that Interagency environment director brennan. You know perhaps better than anyone that the state department and us intelligence agencies need to have a smooth working relationship here actually. Is tony blinken. Speaking on intelligence matters. That's the podcast. A former acting director. Michael morell a president biden will not politicize intelligence will insist that truth always be spoken to power will demand that people bring their best analysis invest judgment and not in any way shape it to what they perceived to be the political desires political interests that the incumbent tony blinken makes it sound pretty easy. What kind of lift do you think it will be. Director brennan for averell at national intelligence to de-politicize us intelligence. I don't think it's going to be much of a lift at all. Because the professionals in intelligence community really want the objectivity and integrity of the intelligence community to be restored it has been the administration the white house and the senior members. Unfortunately of the director of national intelligence that had politicized intelligence so joe biden recognizes the importance of making sure that that intel's community will be a political nonpartisan as as well as objective in terms of the intelligence provides to policymakers. And i think tony blinken at state department will work very very row. Every lanes and other senior members of the intelligence community for the good of the country john brennan is a former cia director. He's been speaking with us about his time. Working with president. Elect joe biden's likely pick as secretary state. Tony blinken john brennan's new memoirs called undaunted director. Brennan thank you very much for being with us. Thank you michael. In brazil protesters across the country of taken to the streets after the brutal killing of a black man a string of violent incidents black brazilians in recent months have energized. The black lives matter movement there from southern brazil. Here's more from reporter. Michael.
Pennsylvania secretary of state predicts it'll be a 'matter of days' for all ballots to be counted
"Key to the vote count on Tuesday night will be how the votes are counted. What kind of challenges will be raised? Where will we see Lawsuits over win battles, Ballots arrive postmark, the segregation of ballots matching signatures terms like provisional and naked ballots. You better get your glossary out. And most ominous. Will there be violence? We have two guests who will be dealing with the vote town. Kathy Book Bar is Pennsylvania secretary of State and Stanford Law professor and Elections expert in NBC News Legal analyst named personally Also joining us. I'm gonna begin though in Pennsylvania with the secretary of state there, Kathy Book for Madam Secretary State. Thank you for doing this and let me start with what has us a lot of us anxious here, and that is The timing of the vote count, particularly when the non Election day vote starts starts to get counted. We already know a CZ. Many of seven counties won't even begin town ING mail in ballots until Wednesday morning. Explain to viewers how much patients we all need Tohave about Pennsylvania? Thank you for having me on Chuck really appreciated it. Now let me start out by setting really 0.4 Million pets of Indians have already cast their ballot I mail This is going to be 10 times as many as the last time we had a presidential election. Pennsylvania Yes, it will take longer. But having said, But I want to be clear that Elections have never been called election night. Our military and overshoot means ballots. You know any women who are serving our country more open after election dated Esther Palace, so I just want to set that straight. That this is a process of me one of them from that every single vote. Every valid voter fairly and accurately. So to your question, I expected over Longbridge Merete of balance and living with his mail in absentee ballots as well as in person balance, But we can't do within a matter of eight with counties are staffing up. Have a ton of it. Quit, Nick. Best practices in planes that are planning for the most part to count 24 7 until its land and who knows all the public servants who are going to make sure it gets done as quickly as possible. All right. You did
Trump: Sudan agrees to normalize relations with Israel
"Right now, President Trump says that Israel and Sudan have agreed to normalize relations. We remember the earlier there was normalization of relations with the United Arab Emirates and then with Bahrain. The same time Secretary State My Pompeii had traveled the region had had talked to the Sudanese and it was thought this might be in the works, so a major development in the Middle East will bring war as it develops.
Metro Atlanta Voters Flock for Early Voting
"Looking looking to to do do what what I I can can to to alleviate alleviate some some of of those those long long lines lines polling polling places. places. The best The best piece, piece, Michelle Michelle right right begins begins are are alive alive in in depth depth team team coverage coverage what what Secretary Secretary of of State State is is urging urging some some counties counties to to do do to to speed speed up up the weight? the weight? Scott Scott several several voters voters in in both both Cobb Cobb and and Gwinnett Gwinnett County, County, showing showing up up in in the the pre pre dawn dawn hours hours toe toe wait wait to to cast cast their their ballots ballots again again on on day day three three of of early early voting voting this this on on the the heels heels of of more more than than 111,000 111,000 Georgians Georgians casting casting ballots ballots on on the the second second day day in in early early in in person person voting, voting, setting setting another another record. record. Now. Now. That That means means there there were were again again several several long long lines lines to to vote. vote. This This man man telling telling Channel Channel two two action action news news he's he's willing willing to to keep keep on on waiting waiting to to cast cast his his ballot. ballot. Mi Mi 567 567 of of some some variety variety some some voters voters waiting waiting up up to to eight eight hours hours yesterday yesterday quintets quintets election election headquarters, headquarters, but but the the weighted weighted other other precincts precincts was was significantly significantly less less WSB. WSB. Veronica Veronica Waters Waters tells tells us us that that Fulton Fulton County County is is working working to to try try and and lessen lessen the the wait wait time time for for their their resident. resident. Wilson Wilson County County has has a a third third more more early early voting voting sites sites in in the the last last presidential presidential election. election. Having Having 33 33 locations locations open open today today when when you can you can Gwinnett Gwinnett in Kabul. in Kabul. We We have have 30 30 locations locations open open today today between between the the three three of of them. them. I I don't don't think think there's there's any any argument argument could could be be made made that that Fulton Fulton County County isn't isn't doing doing us us hard hard to to make make sure sure we we enfranchise enfranchise are are voters. voters. Motor Motor voter voter buses buses may may also also be be coming coming to to a a street street near near you. you. They're They're gonna gonna be be visiting visiting 24 24 mobile mobile locations. locations. Meanwhile, Meanwhile, secretary secretary of of State State bread bread rations rations burgers burgers urging urging counties counties like like Cobb Cobb and and Gwinnett Gwinnett to to go go ahead ahead and and use use their their emergency emergency powers powers to to cut cut down down on on the the wait wait time time on that on that additional additional equipment equipment that'd that'd be be one one thing thing and and you can't you can't just just because because of of You know You know the the size size of of the location the location to to take take a a look look at at opening opening up up additional additional precincts. precincts. Both Both counties counties looking looking to to do do that that so so far far of of the the past past couple couple days days more more than than 241,000 241,000 Georgians Georgians have have voted voted in in person person reporting reporting live live with with Veronica Veronica Waters. Waters. Michelle Michelle right? right? 95.5 95.5 W. W. S S B B will will be be there there when when Secretary Secretary State State Raffles Raffles Burger Burger holds holds a a 10 10 am am news news coverage coverage of of the the state state capital capital to to talk talk about about the the status status on on early early voting, voting, so so
Pompeo pledges US support to ease Greece-Turkey dispute
"Visiting Greece. He tweeted today in recognition of young poor. I am honored to pay my respects. At the Jewish Museum, which commemorates the city's once vibrant Jewish community. The U. S remains committed to fighting anti Semitism and promoting religious tolerance and freedom. This is what it sounded like. At the Jewish Museum in Thessaloniki. In Greece. It honors 46,000. Jewish residents deported and killed at German Nazi death death can stir in World War Two secretary state Mike Pompeo They're on a on a visit. He is also visiting Italy, the Holy See in Croatia. During this trip through October 2nd. He also addressed another issue, pledging to use US diplomatic and military influence in the region to try Tio ese. A dispute between Greece and Turkey. Both members of NATO over energy writes in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea. And they're also reports that when he
China insists U.S. "doesn't have any" evidence virus came from lab
"Work the debate continues over whether the covert nineteen virus was manufactured in a lab or if it developed naturally ABC's linsey Davis spoke with an expert about swear it may have factually come from to help us try to make some sense of all this we like to bring in Tom Bossert president trump's former homeland security adviser and ABC news contributor thanks so much for joining us so trump Pompeii they suggested there is a link between the virus and will haunt lab Dr Fauci seems to knock that down entirely and is said that the science indicates involved in nature who is right and what we know yeah well it's very important be precise about this language because they could both be right they can also both be wrong at the same time and here's what I mean by that the the the virus itself has been studied by scientists including in the trump administration under the NIH and Francis Collins the director of the NIH has come out and scientifically concluded with a report that they published almost a month ago that it wasn't made by man it wasn't a man made you know genomics kind of can you know conception of humans it was naturally and if you may be brewing so to speak for maybe even years if not months so the question is did it then transmits a human beings from the market or were they looking at this naturally occurring viruses in the lab and then either intentionally or through some accident release it from that lab so the question is not about origin of the virus that's not man made the question is about whether was released accidentally or whether it was you know a natural occurrence and that's the question being investigated now as we know this virus has already killed tens of thousands of Americans do you envision political or social fallout from suggesting that a Chinese lab is to blame I do that's exactly why it's so important to be careful with that language between the president's secretary state and and doctors out she they're all saying something similar but to be very clear the fall out from a mistake or an accidental release will be you know somewhat significant but perhaps obviously not that level of war or conflict we've we've had this problem in our country where after nine eleven we had doctors in laboratories not properly caring for the anthrax that they were working on and studying and that could have been a bio laboratory security concerns certainly we can see a buyer laboratory safety concern in China and we want international agreements to improve those standards and those practices so that negligence and and mishaps don't happen but if it were intentionally intentionally released it's not intentionally created but intentionally released that would be tantamount to the largest bio warfare we've ever seen on the planet and so we have to be very careful to make sure we don't imply that unless there's pretty strong evidence that you kind of just touched on this but I'm just curious to know if you think that we will ever definitively know the true origin of the virus and how important is that discovery yeah I think that there's a good chance that we'll know so if it was both naturally occurring which it is and naturally transmitted let's say from the market down the street we may never be able to prove that there won't be a tie for men so to speak that we can zero in on and talk to but it was released from the lab many alternative intentionally or otherwise we should be able to find evidence of that I believe that's what our intelligence community is looking at now you can talk to lab officials and maybe disgruntled doctors that work at the lab there were observing their practices one of the first key questions I'll have to ask is whether that lab was actually looking at and performing research on this virus so will determine that and then we'll determined through investigation and if there is some link to the lab will find
"secretary state" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"To attend the secretary state Mike Pompeii says a reduction in violence agreement with the Taliban in Afghanistan is working if it holds the United States in Taliban will sign a broader peace agreement this weekend addressing reporters at the state department secretary says it is time for peace we're proud of our games but generals of determine the discourse unlikely to be won militarily without tremendous additional resources the Taliban once American forces out of Afghanistan Pompeii a says the bar is high for U. S. troop withdrawal it would be in phases in based on the Taliban living up to its commitments in this agreement fox's Richardson at the state department federal judge Amy Berman Jackson has questioned the jurors who convicted Roger stone for lying to Congress about defense claims of juror misconduct including by the jury forewoman who wrote anti stone an anti trump post on social media stone's attorneys are asking for a new trial the judge denied a motion by stones defense team to recuse herself from the case he still on the case and will decide if she'll grant a new trial to stone let's talk to David spot president trump tweeting about the case they're rarely has been a George so tainted explosions and fire the large oil refinery south of LA overnight flames visible all around the Los Angeles area but no injuries reported New Mexico now has a red flag law that allows state judges to order the surrender of firearms temporarily from people who appear to pose a danger to themselves or others several county sheriffs in New Mexico opposed the new law governor Michelle lu Han Grisham has told them they should turn in their badges if they intended not to enforce it Osney Mobarak who became Egypt's president Anwar Sadat was assassinated and was then ousted in the Arab spring uprising nearly thirty years later has died in a Cairo hospital following surgery of the the bark.
What's at Stake in the New Hampshire Primary?
"Joining us from Manchester New Hampshire this morning is Concord monitor political reporter Paul Stein Hausser great to have you back again the twenty wasn't twenty four now hours now before the polls opened what what are they open tomorrow at seven AM yeah most towns seven AM most close at seven PM some go till eight PM but it's it's you know ever after the caucuses last week for most Americans were back to normal I guess this is the primary it's a normal election to go in your vote it's not like a caucus though I think most Americans will be a little more familiar with how we do it here in New Hampshire yeah we've been talking about election security in the first hour here so any any sense from election officials in New Hampshire of what they've done in the wake of I would just sort of double check their systems yeah there has been a full force show of force here by the secretary of state's office bill Gardner the long time secretary state up here he had a news conference with the governor the Attorney General to reassure Americans that the results here should hopefully be controversy free these paper ballots up here in New Hampshire on on the voter in New Hampshire I thought my paper ballot and put it in and that's how it works up here it's a little old school you know what old school nowadays with all this hacking at all the history we seen the last couple of elections old school pretty reassuring isn't it we will tell our eyes he's been viewers and radio listeners that the C. span networks have lots of coverage today throughout the state so look for our schedule their C. span dot org and we mention the president also appearing tonight in Manchester seven o'clock tonight but Paul sign Hauser as you watch you wear in the state you think most of the candidates are trying to to focus and why well most of the population in New Hampshire is in the southern third of the state that's where the larger cities mostly are aids in closer to Massachusetts and and the sea coast and that's were mostly concentrated candies concentrate though nobody ignores going up north to the north country to the mountain the White Mountains but most of the population is basically from Concord south down to the Massachusetts wide enough for most of its campaign traffic is traditionally coming out of Iowa Joe Biden said that he took a quote a gut punch what's he been doing differently in New Hampshire he has been downplaying expectations and big time at the debate on Friday night he talked about how he took a hit in Iowa and he said I'm likely to take a hit in New Hampshire the next day on Saturday he had a news conference I was there I I asked him are you writing off New Hampshire any push back pretty vehemently but but it's pretty clear from what what Joe Biden says what what its campaign tells us reporters that they're not looking for a victory here they're looking to get out of your hopefully for them with a third place finish and move on to the more friendly climate the more diverse electorates of Nevada and South Carolina two states to follow to Hampshire providing South Carolina with that majority African American electorate on the democratic side that's his firewall he's hoping to escape here with a third place finish the polls indicate that might happen but Hey bill in may not in addition to Joe Biden who do you think has the stands the most to gain and the and the like wise the Lok most to lose from the New Hampshire results yeah that's a great question first of all Bernie Sanders the poll suggests he's going to win here but you know what that's expected he's the senator from neighboring Vermont right across the Connecticut River he won here big as he was a huge four years ago when he be the eventual nominee Hillary Clinton by more than twenty points so he's expected to win and if he wins I don't think it's any huge bump out of that because again he's expected to win people does it has a lot on the line here of course he surprised everybody in the political world with that I guess you'd call it a victory but by this this this much right though Bernie Sanders also claiming victory in Iowa but for booted yes now the expectations are much higher and if he doesn't come through well then that is an issue he's been getting some extremely large crowds these last couple days yesterday and all of his the events combined he had more than five thousand people which is a lot up here in New Hampshire so yeah a lot is on the line for him let's talk about Elizabeth Warren the senator from neighboring Massachusetts this is kinda almost home turf for her as well and there's a history of Massachusetts politicians running for president doing very well in Austin winning here thank John Kerry think Mitt Romney right so if she doesn't perform well here she comes out of New Hampshire limping like bite may come out of New Hampshire limping as well as he finishes fourth or fifth that's an issue especially providing because his campaign coffers are starting to get a little thin but for war also if she doesn't perform well here that is an issue which you will continue want and finalists hawk about eighty clover shark the senator from Minnesota one of the latest tracking polls here the Suffolk university poll for does the Boston Globe and WBZ came out late last night and it suggested that she has surged nine points over the last two days so we'll say bill I mean these calls may be accurate and they may not but if she has a big win here they give her a big boost if he doesn't perform here is that the end of the line for her and finally this talk about a couple the other candidates in an almost exclusively campaigning just here in New Hampshire making I guess you could say there for the final stance like senator Michael Bennet of Colorado all he's been doing is campaigning here told the gap or the Congress went from Hawaii and if Paul Patrick the former Massachusetts governor who's been campaigning here and in South Carolina if none of them perform well here well do they go on and finally I I I don't leave them out cause injury and was really rising for so many months but the a tech entrepreneur had a disappointing finish in Iowa he says New Hampshire is a natural place for him if he doesn't have a strong a word a
Everything you need to know about the presidential primary election in New Hampshire
"A discussion about the campaign from this morning's Washington journal joining us from Manchester New Hampshire this morning is Concord monitor political reporter Paul Stein Hausser great to have you back again the twenty wasn't twenty four now hours now before the polls opened what what are they open tomorrow at seven AM yeah most towns seven AM most close at seven PM some go till eight PM but it's it's you know ever after the caucuses last week for most Americans were back to normal I guess this is the primary it's a normal election to go in your vote it's not like a caucus though I think most Americans will be a little more familiar with how we do it here in New Hampshire yeah we've been talking about election security in the first hour here so any any sense from election officials in New Hampshire of what they've done in the wake of I would just sort of double check their systems yeah there has been a full force show of force here by the secretary of state's office bill Gardner the long time secretary state up here he had a news conference with the governor the Attorney General to reassure Americans that the results here should hopefully be controversy free these paper ballots up here in New Hampshire on on the voter in New Hampshire I thought my paper ballot and put it in and that's how it works up here it's a little old school you know what old school nowadays with all this hacking at all the history we seen the last couple of elections old school pretty reassuring isn't it we will tell our eyes he's been viewers and radio listeners that the C. span networks have lots of coverage today throughout the state so look for our schedule their C. span dot org and we mention the president also appearing tonight in Manchester seven o'clock tonight but Paul sign Hauser as you watch you wear in the state you think most of the candidates are trying to to focus and why well most of the population in New Hampshire is in the southern third of the state that's where the larger cities mostly are aids in closer to Massachusetts and and the sea coast and that's were mostly concentrated candies concentrate though nobody ignores going up north to the north country to the mountain the White Mountains but most of the population is basically from Concord south down to the Massachusetts wide enough for most of its campaign traffic is traditionally coming out of Iowa Joe Biden said that he took a quote a gut punch what's he been doing differently in New Hampshire he has been downplaying expectations and big time at the debate on Friday night he talked about how he took a hit in Iowa and he said I'm likely to take a hit in New Hampshire the next day on Saturday he had a news conference I was there I I asked him are you writing off New Hampshire any push back pretty vehemently but but it's pretty clear from what what Joe Biden says what what its campaign tells us reporters that they're not looking for a victory here they're looking to get out of your hopefully for them with a third place finish and move on to the more friendly climate the more diverse electorates of Nevada and South Carolina two states to follow to Hampshire providing South Carolina with that majority African American electorate on the democratic side that's his firewall he's hoping to escape here with a third place finish the polls indicate that might happen but Hey bill in may not in addition to Joe Biden who do you think has the stands the most to gain and the and the like wise the Lok most to lose from the New Hampshire results yeah that's a great question first of all Bernie Sanders the poll suggests he's going to win here but you know what that's expected he's the senator from neighboring Vermont right across the Connecticut River he won here big as he was a huge four years ago when he be the eventual nominee Hillary Clinton by more than twenty points so he's expected to win and if he wins I don't think it's any huge bump out of that because again he's expected to win people does it has a lot on the line here of course he surprised everybody in the political world with that I guess you'd call it a victory but by this this this much right though Bernie Sanders also claiming victory in Iowa but for booted yes now the expectations are much higher and if he doesn't come through well then that is an issue he's been getting some extremely large crowds these last couple days yesterday and all of his the events combined he had more than five thousand people which is a lot up here in New Hampshire so yeah a lot is on the line for him let's talk about Elizabeth Warren the senator from neighboring Massachusetts this is kinda almost home turf for her as well and there's a history of Massachusetts politicians running for president doing very well in Austin winning here thank John Kerry think Mitt Romney right so if she doesn't perform well here she comes out of New Hampshire limping like bite may come out of New Hampshire limping as well as he finishes fourth or fifth that's an issue especially providing because his campaign coffers are starting to get a little thin but for war also if she doesn't perform well here that is an issue which you will continue want and finalists hawk about eighty clover shark the senator from Minnesota one of the latest tracking polls here the Suffolk university poll for does the Boston Globe and WBZ came out late last night and it suggested that she has surged nine points over the last two days so we'll say bill I mean these calls may be accurate and they may not but if she has a big win here they give her a big boost if he doesn't perform here is that the end of the line for her and finally this talk about a couple the other candidates in an almost exclusively campaigning just here in New Hampshire making I guess you could say there for the final stance like senator Michael Bennet of Colorado all he's been doing is campaigning here told the gap or the Congress went from Hawaii and if Paul Patrick the former Massachusetts governor who's been campaigning here and in South Carolina if none of them perform well here well do they go on and finally I I I don't leave them out cause injury and was really rising for so many months but the a tech entrepreneur had a disappointing finish in Iowa he says New Hampshire is a natural place for him if he doesn't have a strong a word a decent finish here what's next for him
11th US case of new virus confirmed in California
"California couple the latest American Stiv confirmed cases of corona viruses the death toll from the rapidly spreading illness continues to rise in China double DSPs Michelle Wright reports live the state department's working to get more valuation flights out of the affected area yeah this is delta halted their flights to and from China days earlier than first announced the Atlanta based airline along with others now working with the new guidelines enacted by the HHS department yesterday meanwhile the state department is working to get Americans out of the area explained secretary state Mike Pompeii a we have a handful more flights the will be heading to China to bring Americans back home from from from who they province the exact timing of those were still coordinating with the Chinese government a California couple becomes the tenth and eleven confirmed cases in the US on the outside US stock futures are up at this hour
U.S. confirms 11th case of new coronavirus
"There are now eleven confirmed cases of corona virus in the United States the wife of a man who travel to China and fell ill has been diagnosed to although she did not go to China secretary state Mike Pompeii traveling in news Pakistan says the US is scheduling additional flights to bring Americans home from China we have a handful more flights the will be heading to China to bring Americans that come from from from who they province the exact timing of those were still coordinating with the Chinese government the US has already brought home from China and one hundred ninety five Americans who are now being held in federal quarantine at a military base in California they'll be quarantine for fourteen days from the time they left China the centers for disease control and prevention says it's the first time in fifty years that federal authorities have imposed this a quarantine means restricting movement of people who may have been exposed to a disease but are not sick meanwhile China's says more than seventeen thousand cases of corona virus have been confirmed in that country at least three hundred sixty one people have died there you're listening to NPR
Top election security official details past, current and future threats
"Will the twenty twenty elections be secure from interference either foreign or domestic yesterday I asked you shall be Pearson she is the first ever intelligence community election threats executive she was appointed by then director of national intelligence Dan coats in July of two thousand and nineteen her job is to work with intelligence agencies like the CIA the FBI the NSA and the department of homeland security to identify and fight actors that are trying to interfere with our voting process the Russians for example are already engaging in influence operations relative to candidates going into twenty twenty but we do not have evidence at this time that our adversaries are directly looking at interfering with vote counts or the vote tallies is it fair to say we don't know what Russia is going to do yet I think that is a fair characterization and I would also say that this is in a rush only problem were still also concerned about China a Ron non state actors hacktivist and frankly I've certainly for DHS an FBI even Americans that might be looking to undermine confidence in the elections after Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen election there was this push for transparency about attempts to influence our elections Pearson told me she's walking the line between not wanting to frighten people but also wanting to keep them informed transparency enables resilience and sunlight is the best disinfectant so the more that we talk about the threat potentially more we empower voters to understand this as merely a reality of today's landscape and that despite all of those challenges were managing them or countering them and they should vote you are constantly doing the calculus on this you are constantly trying to figure out is it worth saying it now is it worth waiting and seeing how much of a threat it is absolutely would you say that's a daily occurrence the challenge for us is that for anyone who has any tenure in the intelligence community we're in the business of rats so we're we're seeing information day in and day out and I think the challenges to your point windows that mature enough to the point where it's either actionable where the target can take meaningful counter measures so that it is stopped in its tracks so to speak all the way to are we gonna reveal this because it'll help raise awareness and sensitize people this sounds like a very difficult balancing act the US intelligence community agrees that Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen election to benefit president trump and hurt Hillary Clinton president trump has openly joked about Russia interfering the twenty sixteen election in fact he appeared to joke with Vladimir Putin about it at times he doesn't appear to take this threat seriously that has to make your job harder we are looking at the spectrum of information that comes into us day in and day out to enable all the missions and that can continue frankly unencumbered by any of the comments or political discourse that you hear globally about this topic I will say that the intelligence community has the authorities it needs it has the resources it needs and when we have needed the president to relate warnings for example most recently to Mr Lavrov in Russia he has done so Sergei Lavrov we have to just explain what you mean short I think the interagency process not just the intelligence community has strongly encouraged leaders whether that includes president trump or secretary state pump hail or secretary defense Mister asper to relay information to our international colleagues that interfering in the US elections is unacceptable to United States and that type of messaging is very important in terms of ensuring the global cognizance that this is an activity that will not be tolerated in any way shape or form you don't feel yourself having to work around president trump not at all here are some things that we're learning now last week a private American company area one security reported that it he discovered that Russia had successfully compromised Ukrainian energy conglomerate which includes Burris mother company at the center of the impeachment this is a private company saying it detected interference in Ukraine which could indicate interference in the U. S. selection the method by which Russia interfered with this conglomerate with the same thing that they did in two thousand sixteen to us why was it not the US government that told us about what happened about Russia hacking charisma I think this is a really important point because frankly there is a whole consortium of players in this landscape which include private security firms and in fact not just international infrastructure organizations like Beres mine but frankly even some of our state and local elections their cyber security comes from private security firms so those organizations will actually have deeper and technical insight into those networks before the intelligence community well these private companies do they share information with the US intelligence community well I think many of these firms particularly larger ones will sell reports based upon the information that they have access to and some of that's very important to complement the holdings that we have in the intelligence community are you saying those private security companies are also selling intelligence to the United States government yes they can sell their services and some of the most common of firms FireEye and crowds strike and in fact I think those two firms for example have done really good work we're based upon the analysis and expertise and information analysis that they do resident within those firms those are products and services that they can sell to the US government I am surprised to hear that private companies are selling information to the US intelligence community information that the US intelligence community itself does not have am I being naive well it's not necessarily a knife Hey I think it really needs to be an open discussion about why is the landscape the way it is and frankly I think many Americans might have concerns about the US federal government Big Brother having technical access to a full spectrum of networks I think they're really needs to be an open debate about that before people presume that the intelligence community should have a presence on everyone's at work do you see that debate happening I think it's one that's burgeoning certainly because I sometimes no well I feel that the intelligence community is held accountable for a lot of information that it's not necessarily doesn't have access to or isn't part of its mission improve you we know that Americans are spreading misinformation sometimes they're doing it deliberately sometimes they're not at all doing it deliberately it can be a post on social media that we don't know is fake is that a bigger threat to the election then foreign interference well I think there's two aspects of that you know let's be very clear that of course the federal government encourages and once as broad and free speech as possible that is a principle of our country and it's probably one of the most valuable cornerstones of our society so we want people to engage in public exchange political exchange and to have that freedom unfettered from foreign interference but at the same time I think we also want to make sure that if we or the firms involved are aware that this information is foreign sponsored and is covert in terms of its sponsorship to the user we want to do everything we can to manage that information you say that the American public needs to be cognizant that misinformation is out there we also know that Americans increasingly live in very partisan spaces that much of the media that they're looking at takes one position or another is there anything at all that you can do to deal with the fact that more than ever we are bifurcated nation we are people who believe different things I would ask that all press outlets be introspective about their role frankly in civil society in terms of journalistic ethics and where they fit in to providing nonpartisan information factually based information and I think that's part of this issue that the intelligence community doesn't necessarily have a direct role in this but I think we're trying to raise cognizance an awareness across all of these constituencies that we all frankly have a role in a variety of capacities encountering this right what about the president of the United States being false or misleading statements well I think the challenge is whether or not that's being promulgated or deliberately fomented by a foreign intelligence service or foreign government and I think that's the type of information that if we have holdings within the intelligence community we're gonna certainly look to share that information as broadly as needed to stop it sounds like what you're saying is if the president says some and false other countries can use that to their advantage I think the challenge for us is not necessarily the accuracy of an individual statement but as I mentioned on this issue of whether or not an intelligence service a foreign government is using it for manipulative purposes particularly purposes that are covert here in the United States and that's where we we want to step in Shelly Pearson intelligence community election threats executive miss Pearson thank you so much for coming in thank you for
Pompeo says State will investigate possible surveillance of ex-US ambassador
"We'll look into it secretary state Mike Pompeii talking about claims of possible surveillance of the former US ambassador to Ukraine the increased demands by Democrats follow wonder Rudy guiliani's indicted associates left harness telling house investigators the former US ambassador to Ukraine to re you have on average was under some kind of surveillance when she was still in Kiev secretary state Mike Pompeii tells W. I. B. C. radio in Indianapolis and I met this guy left part as to the best of my knowledge I've never encountered never communicated with them he adds that the state department will investigate the allegations that is corresponded to
Pompeo breaks silence on alleged threats to envoy in Ukraine
"The increased demands by Democrats follow wonder Rudy guiliani's indicted associates left partners telling house investigators the former US ambassador to Ukraine to re your bottom edge was under some kind of surveillance when she was still in Kiev secretary state Mike Pompeii tells W. I. B. C. radio in Indianapolis and I met this guy left part as to the best of my knowledge I've never encountered never communicated with them he adds that the state department will investigate the allegations I suspect that much of what's been reported will ultimately prove wrong documents provided by partis also suggests there may have been a threat to your Bonaventure shortly before she was abruptly recalled last spring to McGuire Washington
Democrats request briefing on intel behind Trump's embassy threat claim
"Senate Democrats are asking for sit down with the trump administration over alleged threats to US embassies nine lawmakers wrote the director of national intelligence requesting a briefing this week president trump and secretary state might come pale as said the top Iranian general killed in an airstrike was planning imminent attacks on several US embassies the senators have requested here the specific evidence behind the claims they wrote that there was no mention of the evidence for an all this injures briefing of the strike
Democrats request briefing on intel behind Trump's embassy threat claim
"Senate Democrats are asking for sit down with the trump administration over alleged threats to US embassies nine lawmakers wrote the director of national intelligence requesting a briefing this week president trump and secretary state might come pale as said the top Iranian general killed in an airstrike was planning imminent attacks on several US embassies the senators have requested here the specific evidence behind the claims they wrote that there was no mention of the evidence for an all this injures briefing of the strike
Texas governor to reject new refugees under Trump order
"Texas has become the first state in the nation to reject the resettlement of new refugees forty two governors have opted in under a recent trump administration order in governor Abbott's letter to secretary state Mike Pompeii abit rights taxes has carried more than its share in assisting the refugee resettlement process Christopher garage a is president and CEO of Baltimore based Lutheran immigration and refugee services I am deeply disappointed because Texas has actually had a history of really leading the nation in welcoming the stranger she has ever tried to stop refugee resettlement five years ago but the courts intervened a federal judge in Maryland is reviewing whether the president order it was legal to begin with Barbara towards newsradio ten eighty
Iraq’s prime minister tells U.S. to prepare troop-withdrawal plan
"Another issue that came up to secretary state Mike Pompeii was Iraq's caretaker prime minister report we telling palm pale that their governments must start working out a withdrawal of US troops from Iraq secretary asked about a phone call Thursday night he had with prime minister of dell I'll do Mahdi the Iraqi prime minister has asked you to start negotiating with the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq immediately can you comment on that I characterize the conversation correctly but that to the larger more important point we are happy to continue the conversation with the Iraqis about what the right structure is our mission is that there is very clear we've been there to perform a trading mission to help the Iraqi security forces be successful and to continue the campaign against ISIS taken it came to the counter dash campaign of we're going to continue that mission but as the as times change and we get to a place where we can deliver upon what I believe the president believes is our right structure with fewer resources dedicated to that mission we will do so we also have today NATO team that's here at the state department working to develop a plan which will get burden sharing right in the region as well so that we can continue the important missions to protect and defend the keep the American people safe while reducing our cost our resources and our burden and the risk to our soldiers and sailors who are in the region secretary Pompeii also confirming the US government believes that Iran was a likely to blame for the downing of that Ukrainian airliner that crashed shortly after takeoff interbrand earlier this week killing a hundred and seventy six people Iran continues to deny that one of its surface to air missiles hit that
Iraqi prime minister asks US secretary of state to decide the mechanism for American troop withdrawal from Iraq
"Iraqi prime minister Abu Abu Mahdi has told the United States to send a delegation to Iraq where they will work on the mechanism for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq the prime minister's office said the request came in a telephone call between do Ahmadi and secretary state Mike Pompeii last night the prime minister said Iraq rejects what he calls all violations against its sovereignty including the attacks carried out by Iranian forces against US bases there and American violations of Iraq's airspace in the air strike that killed a top
Iran vows revenge as Trump threatens Iraq with sanctions
"Four in Tehran today large grounds turning out for the funeral of top general Qasim selling money killed in the U. S. drone attacks strike in Iraq last week Iran vowing revenge but the president suggested runs cultural sites could be targeted of Tehran does strike back Karen Travers president trump is doubling down on his threat to target Iranian culture sites that's a potential international war crime a violation of the Geneva convention president told reporters on Air Force One on Sunday quote they're allowed to kill our people they're allowed to torture and maim our people and we're not allowed to touch their cultural site it doesn't work that way earlier Sunday secretary state Mike Pompeii on this week insisting world we have awfully will behave inside the system we we always have and we always will meantime Iraq's parliament calling for all U. S. troops to be expelled from the country the president warning he would place economic sanctions on Iraq if that happens Congress meantime registering unease with trump's decision to strike in Iraq in the reasoning behind that Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and the Senate foreign relations committee senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey saying the White House is classified notification sent to Congress late Saturday under the war powers act was as they put it insufficient and in
"secretary state" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Secretary state Mike Pompeii has blamed Iran for the weekend strikes and Saudi oil facilities but president trump is so far stop short of that CBS news White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy has the latest the president says it certainly looks like Iran was behind the strikes but he's waiting for a definitive conclusion before deciding what to do about it I'll have a message whether it's a strong message or maybe no message at all depending on the final results he says there's no rush I'm not looking to get into a new conflict but sometimes you have to the president says the US would certainly help its ally but the way he sees it the strikes on the Aramco facilities were attacks on Saudi Arabia not on the U. S. Stephen port no I CBS news the White House Edward Snowden says he wants to come home but he adds he's not asking for a pass the former NSA contractor sharing new details of his decision to reveal classified documents about the government's mass surveillance program CBS news Vicky Barker reports Edward Snowden wants you to know he never violated an oath of secrecy he says the only he took was out of service note of service is to support and defend not an agency not even a president is to support defend the constitution of the United States of America against all enemies this direct quote foreign and domestic telling CBS exclusively that as a CIA contractor he wouldn't have been protected by whistleblower laws he still believes he was right to reveal the details of secret surveillance programs by US intelligence agencies Vicki Barker CBS news a man is behind bars today accused of setting up to ten small brush fires near homeless encampment along the tie river in Chula Vista yesterday news it's Kelly has it all has more intelligent over sitting in the back of a squad car the man investigators suspect started multiple fires in the time valley regional parks planes.
"secretary state" Discussed on 1A
"But from the officials I speak to both close to the. President and close to other senior administration officials John Bolton is beginning to great on the president. He is beginning to grate on other senior officials. This is to a certain extent, stylistic, John Bolton and Mike Pompeo, do not disagree ideologically on Iran, but they are getting to the point where Bolton is rubbing people the wrong way to, to put it as one senior official told me. But look, you know, Bolton's not going anywhere, at least not imminently, I'm told and the policy is not necessarily going to change. This isn't ministration that widely believes that Iran should be confronted. And this is something that they've been doing, obviously, for the last year, since they pulled out of the Iran, nuclear deal, and certainly rhetorically for, for the two years before that. But secretary state Mike Pompeo, I believe thinks that the rhetoric got away from them a little bit. And so they are trying to rein it in and partially because the president of the United States, does not want to go to war with Iran seen. Defense, official told me that on Wednesday morning during the meeting at the White House, President told Patrick Shanahan, the acting sector fence, we do not want to go to war with Iran. He was asked yesterday while waiting for the Swiss president on the Oval Office driveway. Hey, are we going to war is like hopefully not, and he was kind of casual about it. But, you know, the president states ran his campaign in part on knock going to war in the Middle East. He does not want to go to war, according to the advisors that, that he's speaking to or that, that we're all speaking to. And so that does restrain John Bolton and that restrains US policy right now because they can't go too far without perhaps causing that conflict that you guys were just saying. But there's a real question of what the strategy is then because the US is threatening Iran. If it does get to enrichment pass what it is right now that it's going to confront them, and it's not clear to me how you confront them without. Causing the, the chance for real war. Michael writes on Facebook, make sure Bolton is on the front line and riding along for combat missions with our soldiers..
"secretary state" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"To fresh water to clean out a stream. To add in Richmond. The vices and activities to to have a tat. There's never be a tiger in there. When that happens zoo director Brennan widely says, the target was just acting on instinct and will not be euthanized. The zoo worker has cuts and puncture wounds. No, broken bones. He says the woman could be transferred out of the ICU anytime. Police are making their presence known at churches around the Southland Alex stone says evolves. A wave of suicide bombings at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. They killed more than two hundred ninety people in in injured five hundred they're keeping an extra eye on churches in response to Sri Lanka. LAPD? Command is ordering extra patrols around places of worship in New York. Police commanders say they will deploy personnel is needed. But there are no known threats to the US secretary state. Mike Pompeo's Pompeo has several Americans were among those killed in the attacks. President Trump's personal inner Turney Rudy Giuliani says they are rebuttal to the mole report is complete. They don't anticipate they'll put it out. I think the odds are it will get. It out at some point. For example, you have testimony coming up. I know that general's going to testify I know that more is going to testify. I assume people like Mcgann will testify not sure there'll be a point which will put Giuliani says they were ready to go. If too many of these were left open. But so that doesn't seem to be the case at this point. He says the mullahs report contains some information that is false and a lot of other things that are questionable. He says much of the information stated Michael Cohen included in the report a part of the questionable wrong stuff. Aaron Paul accurate. Polls put sunset strip home for grabs on almost two and a half million and three time any winning breaking bad star purchase the Spanish villa in two thousand twelve for almost one point four million dollars. With a quick stroll to the Chateau Mont, the house has closed at twenty four hundred square feet with four bedrooms and three point five bathrooms and outdoor living room nipped under the house and a rooftop terrace offers city views, Andrew L, A fashion. The actor also has a meditation garden nestled into the hillside Paul is moving onto a Spanish, colonial in Las Angeles. Once owned by twilight star, Robert. Pattinson who briefly shared the place with Kristen Stewart before he sold it to big bang theory's, Jim Parsons who just handed it off to Paul for measly six point nine five million. New neighbors include Kirstie alley in modern families, Jesse Tyler Ferguson Mary Kay, Gaffney KFI news own that's just gross. Check.
"secretary state" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Personnel. Secretary state Mike Pompeo said because the United States does not recognize Madero as legitimate that order will be ignored former Trump attorney Michael Cohen has postponed his much anticipated congressional testimony CBS's Paula Reed. This surprise move came after Michael coincided threats, president Andrews attorney Rudy Giuliani allegedly made against his family shortly after the president responded. He's only been threatened by the truth. In a statement Coen's attorney Lanny Davis. Pointed to threats as recently as this weekend and said Cohen had to put his family and their safety. I home security system. You have may not be as secure as you think. Live to CBS, Gary Nunn, hackers using stolen passwords are finding ways to access some systems. Major tech companies are offering a security feature called two factor. Authentication which this California woman did not have turned on when her security camera began screaming about a nuclear missile attack, which she describes as feral minutes of quite frankly share terror, she called the security company which admitted some of their system had been hacked in this case compromised passwords were used Brian Bennett wired magazine says incidents like this remind people that they need to take their devices. A second thought best advice change passwords often and use two factor authentication, which makes the user take an extra step to prove proper identity. Steve well, the school superintendent in Elwood Indiana faces fraud charges after using her insurance. Get care for a fifteen year old student who had been home sick for days with strep. Casey smitherman. Went to check on the team brought him to a clinic where he was turned away. And at a second. She claimed he was her son. Rodney Cummings is the prosecutor I understand it was her desire to help young men in bad shape. But probably not the best example for young people to assume other identities and make false statements. She can enter a program that could lead to dismissal of the case s and p futures up three points time on the roundup eight past the hour, and that brings.
"secretary state" Discussed on KOMO
"We saw sales as early as Tuesday Wednesday full stores fifty percent off and they're really going to go through the weekend and into Monday, west Hartford, Connecticut, west farms, mall, spokesperson, Amanda, Sarah circus, says that there's also an extra week of shopping this year, President Trump called servicemembers deployed around the world you'd thanks on thanksgiving. I want to express our profound gratitude for the extrordinary sacrifices. You make to defend our nation while you're away from your families and loved ones. President Trump also talked about immigration threaten to shut down the border with Mexico and touted the economy in a news release secretary state, Mike, Mike Pompeo says he has been in close contact with Mexico's foreign secretary about the migrant caravans, which he says won't be permitted to enter the US Chuck Sivertsen. ABC news. Komo news. One thousand FM ninety seven seven good afternoon. Four thirty one happy thanksgiving. I'm Jeff Pohjola. And here's what we're following in the KOMO twenty four hour news center, while you're enjoying the holiday firefighters will be hard at work today as they're more likely to be called to a house fire than any of the day of the year. Fire captain Jeff bath tells us what firefighters are up against on Thanksgiving Day four times greater in one day. And it's because there's so many things going on. We've got every burner functioning. On the stove typical have the oven going with the microwave going. He says keep all things that can catch fire away from the stove and oven takes just seventeen seconds for a fire to double in size. If that happens, you've got only two minutes to get out of the house. If a fire starts do not put water on it. Keep fire extinguisher near the stove just in case and have someone else. Call nine one one as you get ready for your thanksgiving. Feast think about this Kimmel's. Frank Lenzi says thanksgiving is a day when a lot of us get food poisoning. Undercooked turkeys are one problem. Make sure yours is cooked all the way to one hundred sixty five degrees. Another issue spreading bacteria in your kitchen as you're getting it ready. So you're spice containers, your condiments anything not used to season the Turkey with it'll definitely carry bacteria on it. So USDA food safety expert know Goodwin says you need to wipe all those things down. And don't forget. The fridge handles. Make sure you don't leave leftovers out for more than two hours Bill asked up to four days in the fridge. Frank lenzi. Komo news. Shooting at a pickup football game as a young man at Harborview in critical condition. Moins police say two groups were playing ball at mount rainier high school when there was some sort of dispute someone flashed God before their group laughed, but then they came back and shot the twenty one year old investigators are trying to find at least two people. They say are in a maroon mid to late two thousand Chevy Malibu, if they they don't know if gangs had anything to do with it. It's now officially a murder charge for David Lee Morris. He's the man who admitted to killing the mother of his child at Seattle center. Earlier this month Morris, pleaded not guilty. But on the day of the stabbing Morris told police, he did it. He said he thought Gabriella Garcia was too promiscuous..
"secretary state" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Fair skies in New York. Humidity sixty percent, it's going to be a clear cold. Overnight says AccuWeather good evening. Good morning on Paul James wins. News time at the tone, twelve thirty secretary state Pompeo has briefed President Trump on his meetings with Saudi and Turkish officials. Mr. Trump says it certainly looks as though missing journalists Jamal kashogi is dead. We'll we make it a safer to very strong saving. But we're waiting for the results. Mr. Trump said if the Saudis. Were found to be responsible for kashogi staff. They would have to face severe consequences. Turkish media have reported Jamal kashogi who seized inside the consulate interrogated his fingers cut off killed and his body disposed of in pieces. So we asked secretary Pompeo secretary. There are stories out there right now about what happened. Yeah. There there is there are there there are there are lots of there are lots of stories out there about what has happened. We just going to allow the process to move forward the facts do unfold, and as they unfold as we make a determination for ourselves about what happened there based on the facts that are presented to us says will determine what the appropriate response. Bob Costantini, the White House. Number of organizations are calling for a UN investigation, including Amnesty, International Human Rights, Watch and reporters without borders. Robert Mahoney of the committee to protect journalists says UN involvement is the best guarantee against a Saudi whitewash or attempts by other governments to sweep the issue under the carpet to preserve lucrative business ties with Riyadh unquote. Wins. News time twelve thirty one from the ram trucks traffic.
"secretary state" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Facts and the secretary state received a commitment for thorough and complete investigation by the Saudi government that'll be completed in just a matter of a few days when we have that information, and we won't solely rely on that information, we'll collect all the evidence. And then the president will have a decision to make environmental groups filing. Another lawsuit in the construction of a border wall on the US Mexico border corresponding Clayton Neville says the suit filed in Texas challenges the Trump administration's use of waivers to speed up construction of a wall. The lawsuit claims that the government's plans for Texas with threaten wildlife and damage animal sanctuaries. The suit comes just a week after environmental laws were waived along twenty plus mile stretch of border in the Rio Grande valley, similar lawsuits have been filed in other states, but to this point no judges have halted construction a longtime member of the Prince William county board of supervisors is looking for a title change Republican Martineau he says he's running next year to be board. Chairman, we need a chairman focused exclusively on making Prince William county, the best it can be. And that's all I've ever wanted to do know he says he's not knocking current chair Corey Stewart, but he's run four statewide campaigns in the last six years. That's clearly what he wants to do. No. He says he wants to focus on Prince William and getting along working together rather than worrying about who's got a D or an our next to their name. John Matthews on WFAN WMA, L dot com. The country's largest youth football organization implementing a concussion awareness initiative. Pop Warner's crash. Course program was developed with Stanford University to educate young athletes about how to recognize symptoms of a head injury using an interactive online video of a football game. And a symptom simulator up Warner has over three hundred thousand kids in its youth football leagues in recent years. They modified rules to limit contact and no more than twenty five percent of practice time and eliminate kickoffs for certain age groups, I'm TJ Cortina. Checking your money this hour, the Dow right now down four hundred twenty nine points, the s&p five hundred down forty five the NASDAQ down one fifty eight WMA AL, traffic and weather next..
"secretary state" Discussed on Pod Save the World
"And I live with that, but it made me a very different secretary state may may very different candidate in reelection in Massachusetts and may be very different Senator. I have never faltered one instance since then doing what I think is right and doing what's in my gut, and that's important way to do it. That's why I write this book. Every day is extra. It's about. How you live, how you tackle things, how you were in public life, life of purpose. What are you doing? And you've got to be true to yourself. Is that the advice you would give to a candidate running today? Like what's the main piece of advice you'd give to this presidential candidate? Right. Well, the first thing I tell them, you can't run for president. You can't run a fifty state campaign unless you go out of the campaign finance structure. And I think it is probably true that we've seen the last candidacy within it, but you just can't do it. I had to pull out of Colorado three weeks early. I to pull out of Virginia. I won Fairfax county Virginia first time, any democratic one trip facts county since Lyndon Johnson. And we came within a couple of points in Virginia. We came on a couple of points of Colorado, even though we had no advertising the last three weeks of getting the crap kicked out of us. So I would say you've got to go to the people have a campaign that touches the folks and raises money and gets commitment or you just won't do it. Number one, number two. Yeah, you gotta just you have a clear really clear rationale for why you're doing this and why it's different from other people and why you're going to be able to reach the American people with a a message that matters to them that makes a difference to their lives. I mean, politics is really gotten stale, horrible in our country. And if you don't understand that the disillusionment is on the right on the left, it's in the center. It's everywhere. And the reason is Congress's dysfunctional and people are tired of empty suits standing up that and suits when I say that men or women saying pablum, you know, that just doesn't make a difference. And people want to know they can trust somebody that you really gonna fight for the things that we need. The country has gotten more and more unfair. Fifty, two percent of all the income of America goes to one percent of Americans that's not sustainable over a long period of time. You as a country, our democracy is not going to survive that way. And I think we've got to start talking much more realistically. I just came from the climate action summit in San Francisco, and I kind of let let it rip in in terms of laying out the truth, what's happening because all these climate things are going on and we're struggling. But we have a president who has pulled us out of the Paris agreement, and we've lost momentum and other leaders looking at the problem now and seeing that, maybe they don't have to tow line as much as we gotta make them. And the absence of leadership is giving people in excuse to take easy roads away. The problem with that is this is life and death climate it literally life and death. I've been working at this issue for thirty plus years, whatever. And I will tell you that in Paris, we didn't. We tried to hold the earth's temperature to two degrees. Degrade warming. The limits of what scientists say is where the tipping point is right now as we all sit here, we're headed towards four degrees warming in the century. And so you look at the fires in California. You look at what's happening with the storms, the number of storms intensity of Irma the hurricane of year ago, Maria the hurricane year ago and Harvey hurricane Hugo cost us two hundred and sixty five billion dollars cost the taxpayer in America. Two hundred sixty five. That is one third of the defense department's budget, but it's also more money than the Commerce Department. The education department, the labor, all of these department about six departments get altogether. It's insanity where we are today and Donald Trump without any science without any facts walks away from this responsibility..
"secretary state" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"What this deal looks like and how it's processed through our political system and it must be processed through the treaty clause there's other positive things here you know i trust donald trump as a person who loves this country who will not sell it out i trust his secretary state pompeo as a solid conservative with his eyes wide open i trust john bolton who i've known for decades you can't fool bolton i trust is advisers the president's top advisers and i trust him doesn't mean i agree with every single thing like the concessions on on joint military exercises or the language that's used to describe the mass murderer i use any line which you don't need to describe him at all say a good meetings with the guy not that he's a good guy and so forth he's not a good guy in fact he's a very bad guy and if this is presented properly as a treaty then we can get into the issue of how it's enforced how it's verified i just think these senators who are jumping up and down right now many of whom were absolutely silent when it came to the iran deal or worse we're all for it when they didn't even know what was in it they just need to keep their powder dry because they don't know what's in this deal because a deal hasn't been negotiated yet i'll be right back this is mark levin newsradio one or two point nine karn listening on your alexa device more and more people are enjoying newsradio one hundred two point nine k a r n on their speaker device here's how you can join the revolution say this alexa enabled the karn newsradio skill then say alexa open.
"secretary state" Discussed on KTRH
"What this deal looks like and how it's processed through our political system and it must be processed through the treaty clause there's other positive things here you know i trust donald trump as a person who loves this country who will not sell it out i trust his secretary state pompeo as a solid conservative with his eyes wide open i trust john bolton who i've known for decades you can't fool bolton i trust is advisers the president's top advisers and i trust him doesn't mean i agree with every single thing like the concessions on the on joint military exercises or the language that you use to describe the mass murderer i use any line which you don't need to describe him at all say a good meetings with the guy not that he's a good guy and so he's not a good guy in fact he's a very bad guy and if this is presented properly as a treaty then we can get into the issue of how it's enforced how it's fair fi i just think these senators who are jumping up and down right now many of whom were absolutely silent when it came to the iran deal or worse we're all it when they didn't even know what was in it they just need to keep their powder dry because they don't know what's in this deal because a deal hasn't been negotiated yet i'll be right back.
"secretary state" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"But the president his secretary state pompilio they say look this time it's different that's not gonna happen we're gonna have the deal at deals this is what we do deals we're going to have the deal of deals there's going to be absolute verification absolute denuclearization they're not going to be able to hide anything and if that's true that'll be terrific we don't know the specifics yet now the president is kept in place these economic sanctions they are severe economic sanctions he has lifted those we're not removing american troops from south korea the president says maybe one day it's not an equation today no maybe no day we should move remove the american troops we got to think about this area not just in context of north korea but china i'll get to that in a minute now what some advocates of this non do have been saying and it's really hilarious the listen to them too look at the other side they tell us look at the media and the democrats look at what hypocrites they are well that is a dna factor when it comes to the left and the media hypocrisy the other one is lying lung so they say correctly these are the same people that agreed with the iran deal that did not go through the constitutional treaty process in the senate that had all these secrets ideals that conferred tens of billions of dollars in into this islam ick nazi regime to use for terrorism to us to to build icbm's that we're not covered under the agreement to build conventional weapons and cheap there was no real verification we were not allowed to look at their military sites and again these ideals these secret deals even members of congress weren't aware of them certainly the american people weren't and the present scraps it correctly what shows he has enormous good judgment.
"secretary state" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With keeping price a lid on prices right now it's even just forty five seconds left i'd love your take on president trump tweeting that oil prices are too high opec is added again not good this morning does opec care absolutely look at present just as trusting trudeau for crying out loud yes they should care what president tweet is tweeting out every single minute because what what's the what's the veiled a message here hey guys i'm the united states i have over six hundred million barrels sitting the strategic petroleum reserve two hundred million dollars sweet oil which i don't really have a lot of use for so get get get get on board or i'm gonna i'm gonna pull the plug on the espn and fled the market that message being sent to saudi and the saudis are hearing loud and clear stephen shark thank you so much for being with me today a really interesting stephen schork president of the short group coming to us from pennsylvania right now let's head to our ninety nine one studios in washington dc nancy lyons is there with world and national headlines nancy thanks lisa well it's looking like michael colin president trump's former attorney may be willing to cooperate with authorities abc news is reporting through sources that cohen's attorneys have left the case and no replacements have been selected judge kimba wood has given by the way a friday deadline for attorneys to complete a privilege review of over three point seven million documents that were seized in raids of collins new york properties and his law office president trump is back in washington and touting his success at the singapore summit with north korean leader kim jon bloomberg's washington reporter kathleen hunter with more more he fired off a couple of tweets basically saying that north korea no longer poses a threat to the us and that americans should sleep more soundly and feel like they're safer tonight and so i think that what that is indicative of as sort of the message that we're going to be seeing from trump going forward he's definitely been patting himself on the back a lot already and his sort of claims are getting even bigger and bigger as he comes back the lack of details about what was accomplished is contributing to an era of skepticism in washington even for some republicans secretary state mike pompeo is.
"secretary state" Discussed on WLAC
"The job of secretary state but today was officially his last day is it in trump fired tillerson in a tweet and tillerson has spent the last few weeks focusing on an orderly transition for the president's new choice to lead the state department cia director mike pompeo the state department has lost clout in the trump administration and the white house has proposed massive budget cuts for the agency if confirmed by the senate pump heo is expected to take a lead in negotiations with north korea for a possible meeting between the president and north korean leader kim jong un at the white house jon decker fox news man who was beaten at a six flags in georgia wednesday thirty five million dollar lawsuit joshua martin who named the amusement park and his assailants in his lawsuit was nineteen when he was jumped by four men in the parking lot more than a decade ago and was left the permanent brain damage no comment from six thanks a water park in the mid west now under audit after an accident leaves hr all dead there a grand jury has already issued indictments against the schlitterbahn waterpark and kansas city including park managers and designers of a waterslide billed as the world's tallest it's all a reaction from when a ten year old boy was killed our park in kansas city including park managers and designers of a waterslide billed as the world's tallest it's all a reaction from when a ten year old boy was killed us see if schlitterbahn is following that law the park is due to open for the season in may eban brown fox news and kenneth state later control who follows him see if schlitterbahn is following that law the park is due to open for the season and may eban brown fox news.
"secretary state" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The office of the secretary two deputy secretary states sullivan my commissioner secretary state terminated midnight marsh thirty i welcome back to the takeaway it's todd's will like news from washington secretary of state rex tillerson is out the former exxon mogul ceo lasted four hundred and five days before president trump asked him to step aside with news coming today on the president's twitter feed the president announced that he'll nominate mike pompeo who's the currency i a director to take over at st he spoke today about why he thought pompeo was the right man for the job i respect his intellect i respect process that we've all gone through together we have a very good relationship for whatever reason whatever it is why do people get along i've always right from the beginning from day one i've gotten along well with bike bump fail get along well with rex to add you know i wish rex a lot of good things i think he's going to do i think he's going to be very happy i think rex will be much happier now but i really appreciate it service but with mike we've had a very good chemistry right from the beginning the president out in front of some aircraft they're sorta shouting to the press with more david sanger's here national security correspondent for the new york times david thanks as always good to be with you todd david not a long tenure for rex tillerson but almost all of it fraught with public and private tensions between himself and the president a why.
"secretary state" Discussed on WLOB
"Right now it obviousy secretary state it's a tough job with anybody it's a super top job with donald trump who would be good for that who is suited to be secretary of state in this administration well if somebody who have to carry both the way competent and of donald trump and the united eight sell yeah because there have been quick with president trump you have to be able to advocate somewhat for him and you have to also be able to advocate for the united states there have been reports that the president has been happy but rex tillerson hasn't gone awry out at promoting the president himself at some of its meeting yeah and i think that somebody like a nikki haley who has shown herself to be a tremendous asset to the united states that un ambassador shown the moral leadership that many republicans have wished rex tillerson would show and she also get along very well the preps that which is very rare especially considering how she did not support him in the primaries than actually came out very hard against yep and it seems like they patched it up at water under the bridge she would be a good representative i think the mic on pale from the cia might be good and then there are others who were more wildcard gathered john bolton might be able to get across to the president and even i don't think mitt romney of going to be on the left the todd morale but maybe general portrayal assuming it parole officer let them leave north carolina but that other places that actually would have to be a consideration of it.
"secretary state" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Put under a remember secretary state over theaters data overcome with never put under we cheryl milk allowed could be both kerr employee and her attorney for the purposes of the deposition i mean eager unprecedented move that were being made here on corrected at it and then you ask yourself what was the rationale quarter and at the end of the day the rationale govern exist and now you've got pulled disclosure evidently coming so i mean this this look this isn't unfolding said you're wasting it has not gone away despite the attempted left to make it go away it it not now you know i i'm just in uh in many many ways j i've i feel like i've been one of of a few voices that have actually looked at a lot of the evidence a material in all of this and i'm thinking you know guys there's something really really wrong here i dunno did you you see this piece in the nation and all of these national security guys this was a pretty interesting article that isn't the nation's supposed to be left wing and the nation report shows with this whole thing with basically according to download the pnc hacking were to put up there was no if the acting that it will internal import the people with a nation or thanks so these are these are guys like we've had on on this program before built ben he's a thirty four yearold a year veteran of the nsa and they're they're saying that the fingerprints don't point to russia at all which by the way corresponds what what julian assange sat right yeah so i mean i think that whole narrative that they built but remember they won't let the fbi investigate you remember that for me it will not what the fbi investigate that it tort deported hacking i think all of that now raise the level of questions to a point where there they don't have an easy answer for any of this and hope we on the lynch clinton matter we're going to we are getting answered and we will now continue to get more answers quite again the fact that backup broken back openers in a very big deal on griffin then really and i i think bodes well for getting from transparently what's happened here but i just think.