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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady

Red, Blue, and Brady

04:12 min | 10 months ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady

"This is what he would want us to do. I i can't run scott steph. I have to celebrate his life because his life was cut so short and he had so much to give and and you know what we are all the recipients on the other end if we can take down on that motto. You know that everyone deserves to be safe linda. Can you tell us more about the activism that you've done as well to sort of make that come true. I really started a month after the shooting. I went to tallahassee. Okay i can tell you you know about gun violence prevention. Because that's really what i i would like to preach if given the opportunity to speak gun. Violence is it is an epidemic. Okay and it really. We need to take. We really need to not only curb it. We need to do something more about it. You know it started like a month. After the shooting i went to i went to tallahassee and you know i spoke in front of the florida senate appropriations committee in florida house appropriations committee they. They wanted to propose legislation. That teachers were going to be armed. Okay i mean to me and they could opt out okay. We're talking about gun violence okay to me. It was just ridiculous and your understand that up until that point up until you know scotch murder. I had my opinions and scott i would share opinions about things all the time but at that point i literally was thrown in okay and everything scott night of talked about a shadow sewn and so forth really came totally bubbling to the top. Because now to do something about it. I mean just telling. My son was murdered. Okay from gun violence Nat now instead of talking about it talking about it. I had to get out there. You know instead of talking to scott and do something show again. I i went. I went down to tallahassee and i pleaded i pleaded and i explained why i you cannot have teachers armed. You just can't you can't arm teachers. I couldn't believe this is what they were going to do. And then the other thing was the red flag law that was also being considered and you know. I testified why it needed to be passed. It needed to be passed the red flag. What if the red flag law would've been passed prior to february fourteenth. Okay this massacre would not have taken place because the armed shooter. Okay would have not been able to do what he did. The red flag would have been able to go in to take out the weapons. I mean and to make sure that that this could not happen so you know i guess gun. Violence preventative is something. That's become part of my life. You know the same successes that we had in florida you know. I was basically at that point determined to bring to new york. If scott could see me. Now i mean he'd be laughing his head off because he has his mom who's a gun safety activists. You know mom. Where did that come from. I can hear you know. I at the time you know could have probably heard him. You know people who believe in gun safety also have to vote. You know what i mean. They they elections have consequences. We all know this. I mean you guys are sharing. i see you. You know you know in two thousand eighteen election's in new york. The new york state was flipped and that opened the door for the passage in akron of sony So some of the most far-reaching Safety legislation and that's what we need safety legislative so many people that somebody's on this side. How can you take the side for when it comes to safety safety's not safety's not democrat. Republicans safety is safety for everybody. You know the in new york album..

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Trump, Congress avert shutdown, buy time for COVID-19 talks

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Trump, Congress avert shutdown, buy time for COVID-19 talks

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president trump and Congress avert a government shutdown a federal shutdown which could have commenced at midnight has been avoided with president Donald Trump citing a temporary government wide funding bill the short term measure was signed by trump just hours after it was passed by the Senate the house passed the bill Wednesday senator Richard Shelby who chairs the Senate Appropriations Committee said Friday negotiators appear to be moving in a positive direction on a one point four trillion dollar omnibus spending bill meantime talks on a new coronavirus relief bill are stalled but there is agreement on Capitol Hill that Congress won't adjourn for the year without passing a new round of pandemic relief Mike Crossey at Washington

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Budget in response to the devastating economic effects of the corona virus pandemic to address in over fifty four billion dollar shortfall this fiscal year the governor's laying out a general fund of over a hundred and thirty three billion dollars and over two hundred billion overall prior to the crisis the state had a budget surplus of over twenty one billion dollars the plan is also in place to spread out the state's rainy day fund over three years to better balance the budget Newsome highlights the pandemic's effect on unemployment we are projecting in our documents were putting out today in our may revise of that January budget that unemployment will peak north of twenty four and a half percent since mid March about four point six million people have filed unemployment claims the Pentagon official overseeing the nation's defense production act response is switching positions while looking to increase the production of personal protective equipment and ventilators president trump invoked that act that act the Pentagon confirmed Jennifer Santos is moving from the navy's Deputy Assistant Secretary of defense for industrial policy and a bill ban a bill to ban sales of play for tobacco products in California is moving forward the Senate health committee voted in favor of the legislation sending it on to the Senate appropriations committee for further review traffic and weather together here's Dana have embroidered by choose Matt dot org proven treatment for opioid addiction right now seven one thirteen county road twenty nine the offramp large cardboard box in the slow lane also northbound ninety nine Mingo road down there we have somebody standing in the gore point no vehicle around see if he's gonna go have a few words with otherwise freeways look good northbound I..

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Trump set to sign $8.3B bill to combat coronavirus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Trump set to sign $8.3B bill to combat coronavirus outbreak

"The measure would provide money to federal public health agencies for vaccines tests and potential treatments it also would help state and local governments respond to the virus the Senate passed the legislation on a ninety six to one vote after the house had passed it one of four hundred fifteen two to vote the plan would more than triple the two and a half billion dollars outlined by the White House a week and a half ago the bipartisan leadership of the house and Senate appropriations committee's negotiated the increased amount my camp in Washington

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House passes $8.3 billion emergency coronavirus spending plan

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

House passes $8.3 billion emergency coronavirus spending plan

"Hill the eight point three billion dollar spending plan was passed by the house after budget negotiators announced they had put together the spending package Senate Appropriations Committee chair Richard Shelby has played a key role in getting an agreement vigorous action I believe is needed to calm nerves stabilize the situation and get our arms around this crisis the plan includes more than three billion dollars for research and development of vaccines that alone is more than the original budget request made by the trump administration the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer had pushed for a major increase in funding while president trump is playing fast and loose with facts and blaming everyone not named Donald Trump Congress is taking responsibility and acting like the adults in the room the president is expected to sign the legislation following final

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Coronavirus risk upgraded to "very high" as death toll mounts

Charlie Parker

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus risk upgraded to "very high" as death toll mounts

"Senate Appropriations Committee chairman Richard Shelby says you can't over killed on an epidemic top Democrats want coronavirus money to be new arguing against proposals that would dip into other public health fund more and more people are being infected with the corona virus around the world both China and South Korea reported hundreds of new confirmed cases today bringing south Korea's total over two thousand there are nearly seventy nine thousand cases in China alone around the globe the death toll is surpassed twenty eight hundred each continent with the exception of Antarctica has confirmed a case of the illness meantime top Democrats like speaker house to house speaker Nancy Pelosi are criticizing the trump administration's response to the growing threat calling it chaotic the less critical positions vacant in charge of managing pandemics at the National Security Council council and the department of homeland security vice president Mike pence who has been appointed by trump president trump to lead the effort to combat the virus is pushing

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The Senate Appropriations Committee in Washington I'm Garrett Tenney fox news some Democrats complain the request is too little too late parts of the Midwest may see up to eight inches of snow over the next forty eight hours to what could be the season's biggest storm so far Brian Hurley is with the National Weather Service we are looking for some peace itself out over the upper Midwest especially into the Great Lakes and into the northeast you know in areas where we haven't had a whole lot of winter the northeast is expected to get it later this week by that storm from the W. O. A. I. traffic center yeah that's right the roadway service learning hours of leisure accidents resulting in goals we do have a couple of construction zones to be aware of so if you're traveling along sixteen oh four west point lookout road that left lane is closed and on the far north east side of San Marcos area along I. thirty five north that Hopkins street reduced to one lane at times I blame Brooks news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I'd right now you can join the planet fitness for just twenty five cents down ten dollars a month we're happy pace and tons of equipment and free fitness training for just twenty five cents down and ten dollars a month but hurry this offer won't last join Lennix dot com planet fitness the judgment free zone join planet fitness for just twenty five cents down hurry offer ends February twenty seventh globally annual membership fee of five operated the club for details so I can ask what's stopping you if you're one of the millions of men over the age of fifty five who suffer from some form of erectile dysfunction don't you want some solutions peak performance for men offers a proven treatment program with over eighty five percent of its clients reporting success so are you afraid of pain downtime surgery peak performance for men promises no pain no needles no pills no surgery and no downtime instead peak performance for men offers.

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Warnings over Trump inquiry fly between Pompeo and Democrats

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

05:55 min | 2 years ago

Warnings over Trump inquiry fly between Pompeo and Democrats

"The breaking news of the hour is a letter signed by three House Committee chairman to the Deputy Secretary of state responding to a letter earlier in the day by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in which secretary pompeo attempted to block blocked testimony from current and former State Department officials the letter tonight says dear Mr Deputy Secretary we are responding to a letter sent earlier earlier today by Secretary of State Mike pompeo attempting to block testimony from current and former State Department officials sought by our committees for depositions as part of the House of Representatives impeachment inquiry. We are writing to you because Secretary Pompeo now appears to have an obvious conflict of interest he reportedly participated personally and the July twenty fifth twenty nineteen recall in which the president pressed Ukraine president to investigate the son of former Vice President Joseph Biden immediately after Ukrainian president raised his desire for the united its military assistance to counter Russian aggression sanitary pompeo should not be making any decisions regarding witness testimony or document production in order to protect himself south or the president any effort by the secretary or the department to intimidate or prevent witnesses from testifying or withhold documents from the committees shall constitute evidence of obstruction of the impeachment inquiry given the secretary's own potential role and reports of other State Department officials being involved in or knowledgeable knowledgeable of the events under investigation that committees may infer that he is trying to cover up illicit activity and misconduct including by the President present this would be a blatant cover up and clear abuse of power that letter to the deputy secretary of state tonight follows a report by NBC News. It was tonight that the Inspector General of the State Department has made an urgent request to brief several congressional committees tomorrow about documents related to the State Department and Ukraine according to multiple congressional sources the request from the State Department's Inspector General comes on the same in day that the head of the State Department Secretary Mike Pompeo sent a letter to the House Foreign Affairs Committee saying that he will not voluntarily make make available five current and former department officials for depositions by the committee one of the witnesses that the House Democrats want to hear from has already agreed to appear for deposition on Thursday Kurt Volker resigned from the State Department last week and therefore is no longer under Mike Pompeo's control in this matter. The pompeo letter does highlight light one point that might be part of the discussion that the State Department's Inspector General urgently wants to have with the congressional committees. The POMPEO letter says quote the invitations the committee sent to the department officials include requests that each of them personally produced a vast amount of documents these requests appear to a duplicate the subpoena that was previously served on the Secretary of state the requested records constitute the property of the Department of State and are subject to restrictions on the unauthorized disclosure of classified information in various executive branch privileges. The pompeo letter went on to say that the committee is asking the witnesses to to quote produce materials that are not theirs to produce the Inspector General of the State Department is Steve Lennox who was appointed to that position in twenty thirteen by I president Barack Obama the inspector general would like to meet with the staff of the House Intelligence Committee the Senate Intelligence Committee the House Foreign Affairs Committee decide Foreign Relations Committee as well as the House Oversight Committee and the House for Raisins Committee the Senate Appropriations Committee. This is an extraordinary question includes democratic staff and Republicans staff. This is a request the likes of which that I for one is a former. Senate staffer have never seen or been party to and fortunately tonight. We are joined by guests to have much more experience than I do. In State Department matters and intelligence committee matters. We'll be joined later in the hour by a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee Senator Kamala Harris who is now a candidate for president secretary. POMPEO's letter blocking the testimony complained that State Department lawyers should be allowed to attend any depositions positions by Congress State Department employees but tonight's letter from the three house chairman to the Deputy Secretary of state says the same rule has been in in place for more than a decade under both Republican and Democratic Chairman of the Committee on oversight and reform and it was in place during Secretary Pompeo's tenure on the Benghazi Z. Select Committee the regulations that Govern House deposition state witnesses may be accompanied by personal non-governmental council to advise them of their rights only members committee staff designated by the chair or ranking minority member and official reporter the witness and the witnesses Mrs Council or permitted to attend observers or council for other persons and Putting Council for government agencies may not attempt the chairman's letter to the deputy secretary of State says the rule is intended for exactly these types of circumstances to prevent the agency head with an obvious conflict of interest in who is directly implicated in the abuses. We are currently investigating from trying to prevent his own employees from coming forward to tell the truth to Congress the three Chairman Adam Schiff the intelligence committee the Foreign Affairs Committee and Elijah Cummings the oversight committee. Tell the deputy secretary of state it is a criminal violation punishable by fine. Mine are up to five years in prison to buy threats or force or by any threatening letter or communication influence obstruct impede or endeavour to do so the due due and proper exercise of the power of inquiry under which any inquiry or investigation is being had by either house or any

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:24 min | 3 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Glad you're with us. And here's what we have for you this hour. Iranian military in the country. Steve run news agency says the revolutionary guard used a surface to air missile take down a drone flying in its airspace. Senate negotiators have agreed to four point six billion dollars in aid for operations at the southern border. It's not clear how, how Democrats will respond. The fed is holding interest rates steady for now but hinted after yesterday's meeting that future cuts are possible. If the economy doesn't improve in the NBA draft is tonight where team selector newest players from colleges or overseas. Is it a good draft? Really good for the first three picks. After that, you know, to kind of a boss up and even how much the number four pick be in play. I think it could get really interesting sports writer, Mitch Albom previews the NBA draft in about twenty minutes. The Iranian military says it has shot down a u s spy drone it reportedly happened over the straight of Hormuz in international airspace. The state run news agency in Iran. So the shooting occurred when the drone entered its airspace, in the Hormozgan province in the southern part of the country, a spokesman for the US military's central command said, no US aircraft were flying over Iran yesterday. Separately, Brian hook us special Representative for Iran testified before the house foreign affairs committee yesterday. It Ron can either start behaving like normal country or it can watch. It's a kind of crumble, and we are committed to driving up the cost of Iran's violent foreign policy. Meanwhile, the US has in recent days, confirmed an attempt by Iran to shoot down a US drone last week as well as the successful shooting down of one in Yemen two weeks ago by who. The forces backed by Iran. Senate negotiators have reached agreement on a four point six billion dollar spending Bill to address the rise in the number of people entering the us at the southern border house. Democrats are still reviewing it been having signed onto the deal. The Bill cleared the Senate appropriations committee yesterday nearly unanimously and Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell plans to hold a vote on it next week. The Trump administration requested, the money more than a month ago, the acting director of immigration and customs enforcement is Mark Morgan. So what we're going to do is we're gonna make sure that we apply the law, and we'd forced the law across the board. We're not gonna exempt a certain demographic, we need to make sure that everybody sat that has been here in violation of the law has consequences, roughly two point nine billion dollars would be the office of refugee settlement, which cares for refugee children who come unaccompanied to the US. The deal would also fund thirty new teams of immigration. Judges and provide more than a billion dollars for things like facilities and medical care. Pushed by the Trump administration to deport immigrants who are subject to final removal, orders faces immediate legal and logistical hurdles, you'll recall, the President Trump said Monday that US immigration and customs enforcement would begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens. What exactly does that involve for joined now, by Louise Radnofsky immigration reporter at the Wall Street Journal Louise, set this up? Rick hill heat by the president rates images for supported resident and critics match roundup of potentially millions of people who are in the United States. Administration official later clarified that the president was talking about it subset of about one million people who had final orders removal out in story, even that it's going to be very, very difficult for an agency to do that. Additional sources right now. Only about fourteen thousand people are currently in detention and the remainder are at large just well beyond the capacity of ice, go, an upper hand and then removed those people in large numbers short period of time. I didn't realize there was that what seems to be fine print right there, there, folks who have already received final orders to leave the country, then there are the pending orders, I guess, not to mention people who just may have neither of those things Craig ending ordered often carry with them certain legal rights, including the person be removed from the country during the period of time while their appeals are being considered. So that's, that's obvious legal obstacle on the logistical side for people who do have final removal orders there couple of different different issues. One is making travel arrangements for them. That's that I tested. I do and time consuming. And the other is keeping them. Now, if I were to try to begin detaining large numbers of people, it doesn't currently have to teach that the precursor to removal and in addition. Their main as we heard from ice on Wednesday, no immediate offer of additional resources, no immediate plans to try change what they're doing this other witnesses. No shift in focus. They told us no immediate blondes the going to continue to you. What toys that we're speaking with Louise? Louise Radnofsky immigration reporter at the Wall Street Journal pieces called Trump administration's plan to step up deportations faces obstacles, one of the other things you pointed out in your story, too, is that even if you find these folks in order them out and make the travel arrangements. The other question is will their country of origin even take them back, right? Majority of countries of origin. Now do take citizens back sexual priority issue for the Trump administration and for for previous administrations Q. There are countries that the, the US dubbed is recalcitrant won't take them back. However, the timing of this announcement that clear focus articulated, by the president, including in the tweet in which he talked about Guatemala, Mexico Central American countries where a surgeon families have been coming to the US Mexico border and seeking asylum. None of those countries are officially considered to be recalcitrant in terms of their willingness to return to take back return to earth. Immigrant group advocates have said they'll be out to help right with legal assistance, things like that, for people who get identified yet, there's, there's certainly concern among immigrant because at the president's tweet even as some of. Those same groups, recognize the logistical legal obstacles to what people might imagine. The president is intending be with this. They are organized. They are in a coalition that is willing to prepare rapid response teams out across the country. Even if some of these folks are identified and found in jails are still full right? And that's where they have to be while ISIS, for example, putting the other paperwork collecting documents and making travel arrangements. Right. One of the people we spoke to point it out. It is generally easier for migration enforcement apparatus Q, either quickly deport from the border or from people who are coming directly out of the system already. So, you know, apprehensions of people at large for by removals, our speakers intensive for a number of reasons. Louise Louise Radnofsky immigration reporter at the Wall Street Journal. The administration says data from the. National immigration court's. Docket shows a total of nearly one point one million people with final removal orders of home fourteen thousand were detained in a million or so who remain at large by some measures. There are an estimated eight to eleven million illegals in the US fifteen minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first news. I've been around a long time seeing a lot of gadgets.

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on WJR 760

"That will determine whether Missouri's only abortion provider can continue operating. Steve Kastenbaum reports. A large crowd of abortion rights demonstrators protested, meet the St Louis arch on Thursday. A few people staged a civil disobedience sit in the governor's office. While lawyers for the state of Missouri. And Planned Parenthood argued there points before Saint Louis Circuit Judge at issue is tonight's midnight deadline for the renewal of planned Parenthood's license to perform abortions at their Saint Louis clinic, if it's not renewed, Missouri will be the only state in the nation to not have a single clinic that can perform abortions. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. Trump's latest push to slow migrants. Trying to cross the US border is placing a five percent tariff on Mexican imports to brush, the country to do more to crack down a tariff is affected. June tenth of former Mississippi Republican Senator Thad Cochran who retired last year has died. Linda Kenyon looks back hopping was known as a softspoken Senator, who didn't speak off and on the Senate floor, but wielded great power as the chairman of the Senate appropriations committee, in a runoff election in two thousand fourteen we try to make sure that Mississippi is voice when it is heard Washington is affected for our stay Cochran. Health had been an issue in recent years amid speculation that he might have lost his step. He delivered ashore farewell address on the Senate floor optimistic about the future of our great nation and in the United States, and that Cochran one of the nation's longest serving senators has died at the age of Eighty-one. Linda Kenyon, Washington. The latest state to repeal its death penalty after the state Senate rallied.

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Former Republican U.S. Senator Thad Cochran Dead At 81

Red Eye Radio

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Former Republican U.S. Senator Thad Cochran Dead At 81

"Of former Mississippi Republican Senator Thad Cochran who retired last year has died. Linda Kenyon looks back hopping was known as a softspoken Senator, who didn't speak off and on the Senate floor, but wielded great power as the chairman of the Senate appropriations committee, in a runoff election in two thousand fourteen we try to make sure that Mississippi is voice when it is heard Washington is affected for our stay Cochran. Health had been an issue in recent years amid speculation that he might have lost his step. He delivered ashore farewell address on the Senate floor optimistic about the future of our great nation and in the United States, and that Cochran one of the nation's longest serving senators has died at the age of

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

14:34 min | 3 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"To Thursday. He's Gary McNamara. I'm Eric Harley. Big gary. How are you? I'm doing good. And boy it was an interesting day yesterday. I think spying on a political campaign is a big deal. It's a big deal. Attorney general William Barr yesterday in front of the Senate appropriations committee and everybody went crazy. The Democrats went nuts over that. We'll get to that here in just a a little bit. But it's where if you're an investigator it's worthy. Evidence leads you sure as we've said so that coming up here in just a little bit. Why we are doomed one more reason. One more reason why we are doomed like we need one. And the reason that we are doomed is, of course, this is masters week. The masters golf tournament is being played at Augusta country club, right? And you know, you're doomed when you see a unbelievable comprehensive passionate detailed analysis on whether they should lengthen the thirteenth hole at Augusta. A discussion of such passion and intensity that I have not seen on any national problem, including our national deficit or anything else in twenty years. Yeah. We cares about the national debt anymore. It's in fact, the Democrats are actually promoting Elsie deficit spending. As if it's something good. They're out there. Now, they're out there doing that. But well, you know, Bernie propose yesterday's Medicare for all again, which is which would give it a private healthcare insurance. And it would be, you know, Medicare for Medicare for all. Now. I don't know if anybody knows this you do if you're retired. But you put into Medicare your entire life. And the government still can't cover it. All right. You put in for Medicare from the time that you start working. And it is unlimited. You don't you don't reach even like social security or reach a certain you'll you'll reach a certain level of what is now hundred twenty nine thousand. I think something like that last year one hundred after one hundred twenty nine thousand dollars, you don't pay any more social security and needed his your employer, but on Medicare you do you continue to pay you pay every cent that you that you earn in your entire life on the books. You pay Medicare tax on from the time you start working and could be sixteen all the way to sixty five. You don't collect anything in that time period yet still. In order to get complete medical care. You have to pay a significant amount of money each and every year. And you don't get to collect. And of course, until you reach that age if you reach right if you reach that age and that the government can't afford and that is going bankrupt. Reality doesn't matter. No math. Doesn't matter deficit spending is. Is the rule of day? And nobody cares. That's that's the only way he could get there is no they they really don't Bob in the head of the drudge report that the reason I brought up national debt is the drudge report lead headline is deficit up fifteen percent from last year. Nobody and I'd sit there watching and I saw that I went nobody cares. Who's screaming about it? Nobody coming up. Also, another CNN fake headline. The dumbest headline the US and China reached an accord on trade deal enforcement, by the way, that's pretty huge. Because the only thing that matters doesn't matter whether you have a trade deal, it's twenty you have the trade deal enforcement mechanism, right? Any deal an agreement requires that enforcement behind it an order or the the integrity effect deal to to remain here. Right. See our company has a contract with us and. And the only thing that keeps it on their side living living up. Living up to their into the bargain. I mean, they'd want out of it immediately. If they possibly could we don't want to you know, when we'll signed him to a contract, but we really don't want them around. We're kidding. So long as they don't call us in the middle of the night that that's a that's a key. When you do a our show aright. Punctuate put on the overnights med, Eric and Gary guy. Incidentally, I want to mention something there's a really good late night program to work late guys. Eric, and Gary they are very good. And it is a Dan good show, by the way. Thank you. Well, we must have added that the Mark Levin. We we need to put in the disclaimer to that that he he's also under contract with our company. And clearly when he did that several years ago. Was in trouble for something. I don't know. I don't know. Deal deal with our company. Now, the the point is only the the the enforcement mechanism in in something like a trade deals would continental contract here that you make in the United States. And we talked about this before we've talked about when you know, when when the Democrats come out and the left comes out, and they say, well, it's it's just a it's capitalism out of control. We went. No, it's not. Capitalism is voluntary on both sides with the enforcement mechanism of contract law. Why contract logs this? Contract logs ist because in capitalism contracts, must be upheld in the government is the organization that does it when you have a trade deal. There is no one government to do it. So you must with an enforcement mechanism. Once you do that in a trade deal that probably is the that probably is the toughest thing to get to a not if the Wall Street Journal announcing that yesterday, and if that if that is accurate, and there is the you know, and that is both sides. We really have that there will be a trade deal the next month on leave. Yeah. Right. Once you get the enforcement mechanism anything else can be worked out and or negotiating. So that's actually really really good news. Also coming up here. The story out the Peter straw could face serious charges that coming up the transportation or the transportation. This is the dumbest headline to there's a bunch of headlines. Treasury department won't didn't meet Dem's demands. For Trump's tax return. That they won't meet the next one either. As it. There was some kind of fight right? Yeah. There was never any kind of fight like Mnuchin is scrambling going. Oh, man. We're going to miss the deadline. That's how that's how it was written throughout the day. Like like Mnuchin was really wanting to meet that deadline, right? But he just couldn't get it done. Well, we're we're really working at it. Yeah. Oh, we're sorry. We're gonna meet that missed that deadline. Hey, we're going to miss every deadline. Is it ain't going to happen? It's just ridiculous. Moronic? So. Very interesting day yesterday. Another good day, not based on my political partisanship. Which is my political. Partisanship is where I wish to see the country go each and every day on the issues that I care about. For example, the Bernie Sanders with Medicare for all that's a day to day issue. No, I don't wish to see Medicare for all. I don't believe that a government monopoly can run a program that the that that the government monopoly currently can't run just for old people alone. Yeah. We can't do care for some. How are we going to do Medicare? All we can't do Medicare for some that have been putting in. And in some cases, close to fifty years, and and not everybody collects because people die, and we can't even do that for all. That's just for some and some of it. And now they want Medicare for all. That's right. I so that's that's a day to day issue. And we can we can debate that nothing early e that's an easy thing to debate. But there are things that aren't my personal day to day issues and one of them, and you, and I've always talked about this is a protecting the constitution and protecting the institutions that are protected by the constitution of the United States and one of them is to ensure that presidential elections elections. Overall are run of fairly with honesty. And integrity that you that the American public can depend on them. And that the bureaucrats don't believe that it is their job to try to manipulate. Or try to change the outcome of an election. Democrats were screaming about that for the last two years without any evidence of any type of wrongdoing or connecting any dots whatsoever. Yesterday when William bar came out and said, he does believe there was spying Nancy Pelosi Saint he's off the rails. Chuck Todd, this is purely a conspiracy theory. There was no spine. Of course, there wasn't. It's documented. Right. Well, and and and debate the facts when they throw out these things off the rails conspiracy theory. All right. Great show your proof that it's a conspiracy theory. Well, the Trump colluding with the Russians was a conspiracy theory because nobody could give you per SEIs Lee the precise. It'll give the the exact allegation that couldn't tell you what the possible crime is for saying there was spine against the Trump campaign. Nobody is debating the fact that number one a Fiso warrant. Was obtained by the Obama administration Justice department. On Carter page who was a member of the Trump a low level member. But a member of the Trump campaign. Now, the Democrats immediately yesterday said yes, but the FIS a warrant was was was obtained after he had worked for the campaign. Yes. But the FIS warrant went back the Fiso warrant authorized the government to go back to when he was in the campaign and go through any emails, and whatever at happened at that particular point. So that was the key of it. The key of the FIS warrant was to go back and look at what he did during the Trump campaign that is spying on the Trump campaign and the other one was obviously the FBI in their informant. Steven halpern. Yeah. And nobody's debating those to know. So just those two alone show. There was spine. Well, and here's what's interesting is that they come up with these again, you know, Nancy we expected Chuck Todd conspiracy theory where has been the debate on all the known facts on that side of it. Where's where's anyone on the left? Come out and said, this is wrong. This allegation of this happening is wrong. I mean when you when you've got the documents. When you have an and remember Perkins coup actually had to make a statement on the whole thing. The law firm. Well. Where was that? Where was that debate before? It's it's as if this is these are brand new allegations. Yeah. That that bar is just reaching into some dark closet. Pulling something out of thin air. That he's making all of this up. And it's like they're hearing it for the first time. That's what they want you to believe because they haven't been reporting. No. I think that's a great point since they haven't been report since they've ignored it. And as as we call it, we call it lying by omission. We call it fake news by omission that you're not you're you're not including the entire story. And therefore, you believe since you haven't included the entire story over period of years that you can bring up something that you have been covered as something that didn't exist before the day that you decided to cover it. Right. Call John Solomon, tell him that that he's a conspiracy theorist. Sarah, a Carter how many different very respected reporters at been on this and written extensively about this. None of them have been challenged. Where were they Chuck Todd were did you bring them on Sunday morning and challenge them about their conspiracy theory. I can hear it right now. A we don't report on conspiracy theorists. No, you you actually, do you make them up in well that well, they did that's the that's their sight of it was an entire conspiracy theorem. Actual conspiracy behind it. Eight six six ninety redeye..

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"He's Gary McNamara. I'm Eric Harley. Gary, how are you? I'm doing good. And boy it was an interesting day yesterday spying on. Political campaign is a big deal. It's a big deal. Attorney general William Barr yesterday in front of the Senate appropriations committee and everybody went crazy. The Democrats went nuts over that. We'll get to that here in just a little bit. But it's where if you're an investigator, it's worthy evidence leads you. Sure as we've said so that coming up here in just a little bit why we are doomed one more reason. One more reason why we are doomed like we need one. And the reason that we are doomed is, of course, this is masters week the masters golf tournament is being played at Augusta country club. Right. And you know, you're doomed when you see. A unbelievable comprehensive. Passionate. Detailed analysis. On whether they should lighten the thirteenth hole at Augusta. Discussion of such passion and intensity that I have not seen on any national problem, including our national deficit or anything else in twenty years. Yeah. We have any cares about the national debt anymore. It's in fact, the Democrats are actually promoting AOC deficit spending. As if something good. Yeah. They're out there. They're out there doing that. Well, you know, Bernie propose yesterday's Medicare for all again, which is which would give it a private healthcare insurance. And it would be, you know, Medicare for Medicare for all. I don't know if anybody knows this you do if you're retired. But you put into Medicare your entire life. And the government still can't cover it. All right. You put in for Medicare from the time that you start working. And it is unlimited. You don't you don't reach even like social security reach a certain your reach a certain level of what is one hundred twenty nine thousand..

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A proposal to consolidate more than two hundred school districts in Arizona is working its way through the state legislature house Bill twenty one thirty nine would force any separate elementary and high school districts to become unified districts by July first, twenty twenty four and each year district's would have to show how much money could be saved by combining adjacent districts. The Bill is passed out of the Senate appropriations committee and moves to the full Senate. Debra Dale, Ken, S, T, news state attorney general Mark Burnett. Vich says a deal to build an Omni hotel and conference center on ASU land, violates the state constitutions gift clause. He makes the accusations in an amended complaint against the university. And the board of regents Bernadette contends that ASU sold Omni the land for a fraction of its fair market value and agreed to pay for construction of a conference center and parking garage that the university would hardly benefit from in a previous complaint. Burnin vich said ASU. She was improperly allowing a private business to benefit from its tax exempt status and human woman is in the hospital after she was stung by a swarm of bees that killed a man yesterday evening. The county sheriff's office says the man was trying to remove a beehive from his backyard when the bees became agitated and attacked him. He ran to the front yard were first responders found him covered in bees, which also stunned the woman. Several deputies in rural metro fire department crew members were stung, but they didn't need medical attention. I'm Greg Paul k and his AM seven ninety two sons. Most stimulating talk bluecross. Blueshield.

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Of federal drug trafficking. Crimes today. Joaquin Guzman attorney Jeffrey Lichtman says they did what they could to help El Chapo. I don't think anybody would doubt that we fought like hell we fought like a complete. Savages and left it all on the battlefield Lichtman promises. Appeal the chairman of the Senate appropriations committee is pleased with tentative budget deal that seeks to avert another partial government shutdown Koshien negotiated settlements. Nothing's perfect. You don't get everything you won't. I didn't get everything. I wanted out of this. Alabama. Republican Richard Shelby says the bipartisan deal is a down payment on border security that President Trump is seeking Trump says he's not happy with what he knows of the deal. President Trump remains optimistic about ongoing trade negotiations with China at the White House today. Trump said he wanted to be a real deal and not a cosmetic fix. He said trade talks are going very well Trump initiated a trade war last year, family and friends are saying their final goodbyes to former congressman John Dingell in his home state of Michigan. A public funeral. Mass was held in Dearborn today for the longtime legislator who died last week at the age of ninety two former vice presidential Biden was among those praising Dingle everything you work on. Didn't that knowledge in the belief that every single solitary person wanted and deserved retreated with dignity Dingle served in the house for a record fifty nine years before retiring in two thousand fourteen it's day two of a teacher strike in Denver school district officials and teachers union resumed talks this morning. Teachers say they deserve better. Pay investors seemed to be happy with board that a deal has been reached in Washington to avoid another government shutdown. The Dow Jones industrial average soared three hundred seventy three points today. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio George shot.

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on WTVN

"HD two ashville on iheartradio station. From ABC news. I'm Daria Albinger. President Trump may be getting closer to declaring a national emergency over border security that would allow him to get funding for his border wall without going through congress who might not be able to help him much right now ala. Bama Senator Richard Shelby chair of the Senate appropriations committee. Talks are stalled right now. I'm hoping we can get off the dime later today or in the morning because times ticking away Shelby on Fox News Sunday. The white is objecting to Democrats demands for a cut in the number of beds at border, detention, facilities and restrictions on barrier. Funding and the clock cakes ticking down toward another government shutdown at the end of the week such resistance, the idea of shutting the government down is still on likely, but we heard from Mick Mulvaney on the record on another network saying that a government shutdown is definitely a possibility. I've been told privately by senior White House officials are that it is not something that they have ruled out ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. There was a mix of sadness and anger at a town hall today in Alexandria, Virginia. Participants discussed governor Ralph Northerns black controversy and sexual assault allegations against Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax this woman, suggesting Democrats betrayed. Voters in the Commonwealth feel like I'm going through the stages of grief. I'm currently in the angry face the forum was organized by democratic delegate. Mark levin. North is still refusing to step down even with increasing calls for him to do. So another democrat is running for president. Say one we will rejoin the international climate agreement. Minnesota Senator Amy klobuchar making it official on a cold snowy day in her home state. She joins a crowded field. That includes four women who are also serving in congress. You're listening to ABC news. Newsradio six ten WTVN. I'm Sean Gallagher.

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Border-security negotiations stall as another shutdown deadline looms

On The Media

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Border-security negotiations stall as another shutdown deadline looms

"And negotiations to stop another government shutdown have reportedly stalled as lawmakers remain at an impasse over border security, NPR, Shannon, van Zandt has more Republican Senator Richard Shelby chair of the Senate appropriations committee told Fox News Sunday the chances of a deal being reached are fifty fifty. I think the next twenty four hours are crucial. We could close some deals with. They've got to be good to secure our borders. Sources tell NPR talks had broken down over how many detention beds for immigration and customs enforcement will be funded through the agreement. Democrats want to limit the number of beds to prevent ice from aggressively arresting. Emigrants? If a deal is not reached by midnight Friday. The government could shut down again just three weeks after the longest government shutdown in history. Shannon, Dan sent NPR news

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on KCRW

"Narrowly escaped federal prosecution the last time around during the during the investigation regarding the payoffs to to the women that the president allegedly had affairs with right? You're talking about Karen McDougal, former playboy model the National Enquirer and David pecker, the head of it was implicated in the hush money payments made on the presence exactly for them only to go back to the trough and attempt to extort just basis over over another marital infidelity, it just seemed very very bold and at very full hardy have you known the National Enquirer or am I engage in blackmail? Not in blackmail. Now. I I feel that you know. I mean, there's there's a certain amount of arm. Twisting it all circle as though but never to this extent. Although we should just know the journalists Ronan Farrow now also saying that AM I tried to blackmail him for some of his reporting in his blog post. Jeff Bezos wrote that his ownership of the Washington Post has made him a political target. President Trump is attacked the post and basil specifically because he hasn't liked the coverage about him. Do you think this allegation of black male is connected to Basil's has ownership with post? Well, I think that you know, pardoned of inaccurate. But I think President Trump has has had a hard on for for a basis for many years stemming from you know, professional rivalry and the ownership of the post east continually taking potshots at 'em. At every opportunity. So I think it's only natural that you know, as things intensified. He went to his Powell David Tekere and said, listen, can you turn up the heat on this guy? And that's how this developed. We should say we we we can't confirm that we are trying to be careful about the kinds of connections that we can draw. AM? I has yet to make a statement. How do you think the company is going to go forward? I think that they're going to lay low and and. Beacon tried for a while until they absolutely have to make some sort of apology. Jerry, George was the bureau chief for the national inquirer. Thanks so much for your time. So will there be another partial government shutdown or not there are signs? Congressional negotiators are moving towards a compromise on border funding, which would be really key here. The Senate appropriations committee chairman Republican Richard Shelby is sounding optimistic..

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Alabama's senior Senator Republican Richard Shelby meeting with President Trump about negoti. Creations on border security the discussion aimed at avoiding another partial government shutdown. Shelby who is chair of the Senate appropriations committee says he expects some sort of a deal to be reached by Monday. Shelby. Speaking with reporters on Capitol Hill after his meeting with the president. Listen, I don't know if he had signed whatever we came up with the president was I had a very positive conversation with the president and the vice president earlier today. I believe he was very reasonable with us turning to international news now the US ordering Venezuela to allow humanitarian aid to cross its border. USA radio's Chris Barnes reports. Now from Washington DC Venezuelan soldiers loyal to President Nicolas Maduro have been blocking entries to the Kombi and border to prevent aid shipments from coming in US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says it's another example of why the United States is backing the opposition leader Guido, the people know better the humanitarian crisis is real. He conducted a sham election, then declared himself president, and we simply have said we're not gonna recognize that he was speaking on the FOX business network, but d'oro has claimed the humanitarian aid would be the start of a US led invasion of his country for USA radio news. I'm Chris Barnes. For USA radio news. I'm Robin will- landscape. If you suffer from heartburn or.

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Alabama's senior Senator Republican Richard Shelby meeting with President Trump about negotiations on border security the discussion aimed at avoiding another partial government shutdown. Shelby who is chair of the Senate appropriations committee says he expects some sort of a deal to be reached by Monday. Shelby. Speaking with reporters on Capitol Hill after his meeting with the president. Listen, I don't know if he had signed whatever we came up with. I the president was I had a very positive. Conversation with the president and the vice president earlier today. I believe he was very reasonable with us

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Alabama's senior Senator Republican Richard Shelby meeting with President Trump about negotiations on border security the discussion aimed at avoiding another partial government shutdown. Shelby who is chair of the Senate appropriations committee says he expects some sort of a deal to be reached by Monday. Shelby. Speaking with reporters on Capitol Hill after his meeting with the president. Listen, I don't know if he had signed whatever we came up with. I the president was I had a very positive. Conversation with the president and the vice president earlier today. I believe he was very reasonable with us turning to international news now the US ordering Venezuela to allow humanitarian aid to cross its border. USA radio's Chris Barnes reports. Now from Washington DC Venezuelan soldiers loyal to President Nicolas Maduro have been blocking entries to the Colombian border to prevent age at men's from coming in US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says it's another example of why the United States is backing the opposition leader one Guido, the people know better the humanitarian crisis is real he conducted a sham election, then declared himself president, and we simply have said we're not going to recognize that he was speaking on the FOX business network Madero has claimed the humanitarian aid would be the start of a US led invasion of his country for USA radio news. I'm Chris Barnes. For USA radio news. I'm Robin will- landscape. Do you have Medicare and do you?.

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Top GOP immigration negotiator says a no-shutdown deal may be near

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Top GOP immigration negotiator says a no-shutdown deal may be near

"Alabama's senior Senator Republican Richard Shelby meeting with President Trump about negotiations on border security the discussion aimed at avoiding another partial government shutdown. Shelby who is chair of the Senate appropriations committee says he expects some sort of a deal to be reached by Monday. Shelby. Speaking with reporters on Capitol Hill after his meeting with the president. Listen, I don't know if he had signed whatever we came up with. I the president was I had a very positive. Conversation with the president and the vice president earlier today. I believe he was very reasonable with us

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Credible. Okay. So does this other woman deserve to be believed? Everybody's wait. And see Corey what does this wait and see? Well, look the idea that just because somebody makes an allegation that he should be believed. It doesn't seem to me to be fair wasn't fair to cavenaugh isn't fair now to Justin Fairfax. I think they need to be heard. I mean, the problem in some of these cases is and it appears from what the the woman says and the Fairfax case it was the two of them alone in a hotel room fifteen years ago. I never going to know the truth. He says it was consensual. She says it was coercion. It was salt. I don't know. I mean, you know, it's one thing if you. Krisztian Blasi for testify under oath, and you can sit there and listen to her story and thanked sure sounded persuasive. But I don't know how you can flat out say she was right and Cavanaugh was wrong Piccoli when she offered I on a bunch of names of people who were there, and none of them backed her up we are really tackling difficult situations. But I know one thing for certain you have definite answer to this question who are your guests on Sunday. Well, we were looking at Virginia. We're looking at what is going on in terms of foreign policy, the new summit between the president and Kim. I look forward to seeing you in Vietnam, by the way. Are you going to Vietnam? I'm I don't usually make the cut on this. I didn't make Helsinki. Why would it make Vietnam? Well, I don't know. Yeah. 'cause you stayed out of it in the sixties. That's an excuse. But in any case, we know we're going to have one segment because by Sunday. They gotta have come up with a deal that conference committee will be headed for either another government shutdown or a declaration of national emergency. We're going to have Richard Shelby. The chair of the Senate appropriations committee. Jon tester, one of the top Democrats both of them members of that committee and airy they're going to have a deal Sunday. And then the question is if they do have a deal is it enough that the president will sign onto it. So lots to talk about on Sunday, plus Virginia, plus foreign policy. Plus who knows what else you're a wonderful person. Back in a moment is Brian Kilmeade..

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The United States and China, Facebook and Google are facing scrutiny after reportedly paying users to install apps, they brought access to their data. I do not buy for a second that people gave informed consent here. And Brooklyn Representative Hakeem Jeffries is now the fifth ranking democrat in congress his colleagues say he's one to watch. It's Thursday, January thirty first and this is morning edition on WNYC. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Congressional negotiators have a little more than two weeks to craft a permanent spending plan to keep the federal government open NPR's Windsor Johnston reports lawmakers are working toward a February fifteenth deadline seeking a compromise on border wall funding. A congressional committee has started negotiations to reach a border security deal that President Trump will support Patrick layhee. The ranking member of the Senate appropriations committee says he and other Democrats believe a bipartisan agreement can be reached we need solutions honor America and honor our Merican values in who we are as a nation. We all support border security, we'll continue to support border security, but we're for smart border security. If lawmakers fail to come up with a plan, the partial government shutdown could resume both Democrats and Republicans have said they want to avoid that. Windsor.

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Conferees begin government funding talks - live updates

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

01:34 min | 3 years ago

Conferees begin government funding talks - live updates

"The Bill that came out of the Senate appropriations committee this summer with bipartisan support had one point six billion dollars in funding. And it has things that they call barriers and the house appropriations committee which had a five billion dollar a slug of money for border security. Also, talked about barriers isn't necessarily the concrete wall that people have been talking about for a while. But appropriators have pointed out that we have how fencing we have had barriers in some places for a very very long time. And so it's really a lot about semantics and also about getting beyond barriers and talking about technology and talking about more personnel, and then Gration judges and support staff. Breath and places to accommodate people who are coming across the border. So there are a lot of different things. But appropriators wrote bills that dealt with a lot of these issues during the past year and the year before of course, and they know the issues, and they'll probably ready with a lot of different proposals to go over, and it won't be just wall that they're talking about or barrier. However, that's defined, but it will be a multifaceted thing. So is the wiggle room in these negotiations? And in the in these semantics to allow both sides to declare victory and move on. I'm sure that there will be and there may be something that can be described as barrier or wall that will set of satisfy the president. There was interesting talk this morning from Senator mansion talking about how maybe there would be a two year deal. Maybe they spread out that five point seven over two years. And then the president. Dan could claim victory on the other side could say that they held them to a certain amount in this fiscal year. And that it wouldn't all be wall. But there would be other aspects of border security like technology that both sides really support. So I think in the end they can come up with something that both sides will claim victory about if they don't the president maybe can declare victory in a different way. He could declare that national emergency to try to get access to federal funds that haven't been appropriated for this. Then it would go to court, and even if a court struck it down he could tell his face that he thought this fight, and he could blame it on the judges that he wants to replace that's bad another important priority for him. Donovan senior congressional correspondent at Bloomberg government. Thank you for watching it all for us coming up on Bloomberg politics, policy, power and law, more on the wall can't calm. Qualcomm antitrust case. But first, let's get back to let's dial up. Bob moon for dash. Okay. Thank you. Peter. And Nancy was just mentioning what you mentioned you had to say, we'll also bring you those remarks in just a moment.

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"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"senate appropriations committee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Second day of January twenty nine. Eighteen six minutes past the hour, and Democrats and Republicans that congressional leaders. They are expected to attend a briefing on border security at the White House this as the government remains partially shut funding for border security has been the sticking point Republican Senator Richard Richard Shelby of Alabama is the chairman of the Senate appropriations committee. He told CBS shutdown makes congress look silly. Well, the president. Wants more as I tried to work a deal earlier on where he would get two and a half billion this year in two and a half next year. Try to have a compromise that didn't work out. I do believe that the president would like to work T s I think Senator Schumer who I work with a years would like to fund the government is a question. When do we get off the blame game, and we get to serious negotiations at the end of the day. All of this will end, we don't know win in negotiations. It's not a question of who wins or loses. Nobody's gonna win. This kind of gain. Nobody wins at a shutdown. We all lose, and we kind look silly. The president set off some tweets this weekend, specifically blaming Democrats for the deaths of children or others at the border. He said, they're strictly the fault of the Democrats. Do you agree with the president? And what is language like that? Do. To negotiation. You say you're trying to get gone. Well, whether it's the.

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President, Secretary and Wisconsin discussed on The Jim Bohannon Show

The Jim Bohannon Show

02:03 min | 4 years ago

President, Secretary and Wisconsin discussed on The Jim Bohannon Show

"As they arrive at joint base andrews president trump says he appreciates kim jong un for releasing three american detainees one held in a north korean prison nearly a thousand days president trump will be at the airport steps to greet the men when they arrived before dawn thursday he's optimistic he and kim can make a peace deal andy field abc news washington defense secretary james mattis defending president trump's decision to pull the us out of the iran nuclear deal at wednesday's senate appropriations committee hearing saying that he could not affirm that iran was keeping its end of the bargain we have walked away from the jcp away because we found it was inadequate for the long term effort and this was something was probably noted by the senate several years ago when the senate did not endorse it as a treaty madison also criticizing iran for being a malign force in the middle east giving her on social credit for keeping syrian president assad in power us attorney general jeff sessions announcing this weekend anyone crossing the border illegally will be detained and referred for prosecution but us district judge rainer college says there's one major problem the courts in arizona are already working at capacity and can't handle more prosecutions we don't have the staff you don't have the personnel who don't have the room to be able to do anything more than we're doing right now with regard to be tackled cases collins says he hasn't seen any help from the feds yet israeli's military says running forces based in neighboring syria fired about twenty projectiles at israeli positions in the golan heights officials say there was minimal damage in response the israeli military says it struck dozens of iranian military targets in syria overnight israel says the targets included weapons storage facilities logistics centers intelligence sites and logistic sites used by elite iranian forces you're listening to abc news seven seven cd wtmj probably antics wealth management studio this is newsradio wtmj i folks this is wisconsin tourism secretary stephanie klett.

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Sen. Thad Cochran to resign April 1

NPR News Now

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Sen. Thad Cochran to resign April 1

"Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Dave Mattingly. The UN and the International Red Cross, say renewed shelling and air strikes in Syria, forced aid workers to cut short, their effort to deliver supplies in eastern Gouda dozens of trucks arrived yesterday, but the attacks force them out dozens of people in Gouda were killed yesterday. Any attacks by Syrian government forces backed by Russia's military. British officials are working to identify a substance used to critically injured were former Russian double agent at a shopping mall that was in southern England. The BBC's Tom Simon's says, a woman is also hospitalized last night police in respirators and hazardous materials suits with carefully searching bins close to a bench where Sergei screed Paul and the 33-year-old woman collapsed one eyewitness told the BBC screed Powell was staring into space and the paid to be in a catatonic state and nearby pizza restaurant is. Closed and secured will chip police said as a precaution, senior offices said they had not declared a counter-terrorism operation and were keeping an open mind. But Sergei scruples past life in Russia will clearly be the focus of the inquiry. That's the BBC's Thom Simon speratist media, say more than a decade ago. The former rage in was convicted of spying for Britain and sentenced to thirteen years in prison. Mississippi senator Thad. Cochran says he is resigning next month because of poor health. NPR's Giles Snyder says Cochran his eighty years old and midway through his six term Mississippi's Republican governor, Phil Bryant will have to appoint a temporary replacement for Cochran who chairs a Senate Appropriations Committee Bryant's replace went with serve until a special election in November, which is expected to attract several candidates. Chris McDaniel the conservative state senator who nearly defeated Cochran in 2014 says, he's focused on his challenged, the Mississippi's other Republican Senator. But. In a statement, he left open the possibility of running for Cochran seat instead Former Congressman Mike Espy says he has a strong intention to run for Cochran seat Hasbie as a Democrat, who also served as former President Clinton Secretary of Agriculture trial Snyder NPR News, Washington lawmakers in Florida's State House are considering changes to gun laws approved yesterday by the state Senate. They include a three-day waiting period for gun purchases. Jessica bake men with member station, W L R N has more The Florida Senate scaled back a proposal to arm school staff presenting a new plan that would bar most classroom teachers from carrying guns. It could make the bill more appealing to Governor Rick Scott, whose against arming teachers, but it won't help new restrictions on gun purchases Get over the finish line in the conservative House which has until the end of the week to pass the bell. The legislation was prompted by last month's deadly shooting at a high school and Parkland. This is NPR News From Washington. House Speaker Paul Ryan is among Republicans in Congress urging President Trump not to slap tariffs on US, imports of aluminum and steel. Ryan says, he's worried the move, could spark a trade war. GOP leaders on the House Ways and Means Committee are also voicing opposition to the tariffs. The president says, he's not backing down, He wants to impose tariffs of 25 percent on steel imports and ten percent on imports of aluminum. At least a dozen people were arrested last night on the campus of Michigan State University. That's where white nationalist Richard Spencer was giving a speech chain. A Roth with Michigan public radio says, protesters clashed with supporters of Spencer and police police officers lined the road toward the event Center and escorted attendees to the belding fights. Verbal and physical broke out between protesters and attendees. The protesters goal was to keep people from seeing Spencer speak Terry POW, as is a senior at Michigan State. She says, the. Test was a success. I want the rest of our community, especially our student bodies known that they're safe and welcome here. And this minority of All right is not going to projects. There are fears in their beliefs onto our campus Officers say they arrested over a dozen people for misdemeanor and felony, a Fences For NPR News. I'm Cheian a Roth. Any slant saying, the food company General Mills says it's going to help establish South Dakota's largest organic crop form thirty four thousand acres near Pierre will be earmarked for organic wheat by 2020. It'll be used in General Mills and he's macaroni and choose products. I've Dave Mattingly NPR News in Washington.

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