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Biden: Afghan chaos 'gut wrenching' but stands by withdrawal

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Biden: Afghan chaos 'gut wrenching' but stands by withdrawal

"President Biden is standing by his Afghan troop pullout planned and rejecting blame for the chaos the president says everyone see the anguish of Afghan civilians desperate to flee the Taliban some even falling to their deaths after clinging to a U. S. jet for gut wrenching but the president says he stands squarely behind a pullout decision made before the Taliban shockingly quick takeover of the nation one he admits happen faster than anticipated while putting the blame squarely on Afghan forces whom the president says failed to fight we gave them every chance the U. S. is sending even more troops to protect those trying to evacuate from the Kabul airport to meet criticism from Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell that the evacuation itself has been botched this illustration looks to me like it couldn't organize a two car funeral saga remake ani Washington

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Senate G.O.P. Set to Sink Test Vote on Infrastructure Bill

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Senate G.O.P. Set to Sink Test Vote on Infrastructure Bill

"Week landing on the Senate floor today with a test vote scheduled on the bipartisan infrastructure plan. Even though the working group is still negotiating the terms of the bill, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell earlier there's no outcome yet. No bipartisan agreement. No text. Nothing for the Congressional budget Office to evaluate And certainly nothing. Which the vote majority leader Chuck Schumer says today's vote just opens debate While negotiations continue.

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Senate GOP Blocks Jan. 6 Commission in Victory for Trump

All In with Chris Hayes

01:26 min | 5 months ago

Senate GOP Blocks Jan. 6 Commission in Victory for Trump

"Today. They have done. The republicans have done the deed some of them do not even have the courtesy respect or courage to stick around to show their face to stand in the well of the senate while they did it. Republicans have successfully filibustered. The creation of a bipartisan commission split evenly between democrats and republicans for a comprehensive inquiry into the deadly direction mob that stormed the capital in january sixth and attempted to throw a fear faire free and fair election while we all watched on television and republicans. Did it with the help of a key accomplice. The senate rules. Here's the vote. Tally ready for this. Do some math in your head so you can figure this one out which ones bigger the vote was fifty four as against thirty five days now in any other context where you're voting and fifty four people want something and thirty five people do not well. That's a win for the as but in the united states senate apparently is not because you need sixty votes over conned filibuster not even sixty percent of those senators who bothered to stick around but sixty votes out of however many there are and the absences to democrats. Were absent senators. Kirsten cinema cinema and of arizona and patty murray of washington nine republicans were absent including senator pat toomey of pennsylvania who according to a spokesperson missed the vote due to family commitments. But would've voted. Yes if he was there

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Senate GOP Poised to Block January 6 Commission

WBZ Morning News

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Senate GOP Poised to Block January 6 Commission

"From the mother of U. S Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick, Republican senators are just moments away from voting to block the creation of a commission designed to look into the January 6th Capitol attack. It is a short turnaround time debate went late into the night and they are back in business on Capitol Hill this morning. Expect to vote later this morning. Officer Sick Nick, of course, died. Did while defending or after defending that building. A main man is

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Senate GOP Poised to Filibuster Bill to Create January 6 Commission

C-SPAN Programming

00:22 sec | 5 months ago

Senate GOP Poised to Filibuster Bill to Create January 6 Commission

"Dot com. Senate Republicans are ready to filibuster a proposed independent commission to investigate the capital riot as GOP opposition swelled in the final days before the vote expected later Thursday, several undecided Republicans come down against advancing the commissioner, head of the vote, despite efforts by Senator Susan Collins of Maine to broker a compromise.

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35 Republicans Buck Trump, Back Study of Jan. 6 Capitol Riot

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

35 Republicans Buck Trump, Back Study of Jan. 6 Capitol Riot

"Nearly three dozen Republicans bucked party leaders and former president trump in voting to create a bipartisan commission on the capital riot the GOP's John Katko negotiated the bill with Democrats and urge lawmakers from both sides to support it to put down their swords for once just for once just three Republicans spoke in favor of the bill including Peter Mayer who accuse fellow G. O. peers who criticize the attack of backing off but even more troubling there's been an active effort to whitewash and re write the shameful events of that day to avoid accountability but with Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell saying he's against the bill it faces an uncertain path Democrats need ten Republican backers for it to pass Sager mag ani Washington

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GOP Leaders Push Back as Biden Seeks Big Infrastructure Deal

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

GOP Leaders Push Back as Biden Seeks Big Infrastructure Deal

"President Biden has held his first oval office meeting with Congress's top four leaders hoping to reach a compromise on an infrastructure package the president's pushing his four trillion dollar jobs and families proposals with the bottom line here is we're going to see whether we can reach some consensus on a compromise on the floor but minutes after the nearly two hour meeting ended Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell and house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy said the president's plan to pay for it by hiking corporate taxes is a non starter that's our red line though both men characterized the meeting as productive while the president's long showcased his ability to work with Republicans McConnell recently said his entire focus is on stopping the administration's agenda Sager mag ani Washington

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McConnell Leads GOP in Attack on Dems' Voting Rights Bill

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

McConnell Leads GOP in Attack on Dems' Voting Rights Bill

"Republicans are launching an all out assault on a bill that would bring the biggest election overhaul in a generation among other things the Democrats bill would dictate how states conduct their elections would Senate rules committee chair Amy Klobuchar's says is vital with several GOP led states imposing voting restrictions amid Donald trump's false twenty twenty election fraud claims they are real efforts to stop people from voting Republicans are pushing back Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell took the rare step of speaking at a committee meeting accusing Democrats of a partisan power grab that would further divide a polarized nation it's hard to imagine anything that would road public confidence in our democracy more drastic sadr mag ani Washington

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McConnell Says GOP Open to $600 Billion for Infrastructure

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

McConnell Says GOP Open to $600 Billion for Infrastructure

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting the Senate GOP leader says Republicans are open to spending six hundred billion dollars for infrastructure improvements Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell is floating a national infrastructure investment spending plan that's about a quarter of the size of the two point three trillion dollar proposal president Joe Biden has laid out speaking at the university of Louisville Monday McConnell said Republicans are willing to spend up to six hundred billion dollars on infrastructure Connell also came out against Biden's plan to pay for the infrastructure package by raising the corporate tax rate from twenty one percent back to twenty eight percent instead McConnell said he favors increasing user fees Mike Rossio Washington

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Biden to Hold Second Meeting With Bipartisan Lawmakers on Infrastructure

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Biden to Hold Second Meeting With Bipartisan Lawmakers on Infrastructure

"The White House, saying the president Biden will meet bipartisan lawmakers tomorrow. This is to try and find common ground on its infrastructure and tax plan proposal was two and a quarter trillion dollars. Republicans Senator John Cornyn, saying that the Senate GOP could be open to a much smaller bill. There is a core infrastructure bill that we could pass with appropriate pay fors like roads and bridges and even reaching out to broadband, which we've This pandemic is exposed a great digital divide in the country. We've seen advances in telemedicine. We've seen more people learning online. I think we could all agree to that. But I think that's that's apart we could agree on, so let's do

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Biden tightens some gun controls, says much more needed

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Biden tightens some gun controls, says much more needed

"President Biden is taking his first gun control measures saying the nation must address the surge of gun violence and not enough enough the president says it's an epidemic and this is international buyers for a rose garden crowd including relatives of those killed in the sandy hook and parkland school shootings he announced a half dozen executive actions including tightening regulations on homemade ghost guns but they fall far short of the sweeping gun control agenda he campaigned on the president urging Congress to move on background checks and other legislation enough prayers time for some action though the measures face slim prospects amid near unified Senate GOP opposition Sager mag ani Washington

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After new law, McConnell warns CEOs: 'Stay out of politics'

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

After new law, McConnell warns CEOs: 'Stay out of politics'

"The Senate's top Republican is warning big business too but out of politics as he blasts criticism of George's new voting law corporate America's been under public pressure to distance itself from Georgia which seeks to restrict voting delta and coca Cola are among those who spoke out as the the Major League Baseball which he yanked its all star game from Atlanta is a big lie under way Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell says criticism from president Biden and others that the law is restrictive and racist is unfounded it's simply not true and says corporations should not pick sides in political fights my advice to the corporate CEOs of America's to stay out of politics Sager mag ani Washington

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Biden's 'Jobs Cabinet' to sell infrastructure as GOP resists

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Biden's 'Jobs Cabinet' to sell infrastructure as GOP resists

"President Biden has started the effort to sell its two point three trillion dollar infrastructure plan but Republicans are making their opposition clear we can get it done the president calls it a generational effort to transform the nation is deputising five cabinet secretaries to convince the American people and the Congress but Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell says it will not get Republican support in remarks aired by WFIE McConnell called it another bead to push the nation fully left a modify them every step of the way Republicans object to the plans corporate tax hikes by the spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the GOP claims to favor infrastructure improvements maybe they don't believe we should pay for it and the president's open to hearing their ideas Sager mag ani Washington

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GOP Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri won't seek reelection in 2022

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

GOP Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri won't seek reelection in 2022

"Another Senate Republican has decided against running for re election next year Missouri's Roy blunt is fourth in the Senate GOP leadership and the fifth Republican senator to say he's done I won't be a candidate for election to the United States Senate next year his video announcement was a surprise blunt was widely expected to seek a third term next year while Democrats are hoping to gain seats in Ohio North Carolina and Pennsylvania where other incumbents also are not running they do not expect much in Missouri which has become much more conservative after decades as a swing state Sager mag ani Washington

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Trump rips McConnell as GOP divide deepens post-Capitol riot

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Trump rips McConnell as GOP divide deepens post-Capitol riot

"Days after Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell blamed him for the capital attack Donald Trump he is giving it right back minutes after voting to acquit the former president that his impeachment trial on charges of inciting the insurrection McConnell said trump was practically and morally responsible there's no question none calling his actions before the ride a disgraceful dereliction of duty trump has its own adjectives calling McConnell a dour sullen and unsmiling political hack and if any Republican senator stay with McConnell they will lose it's the most clear signs yet of a deepening divide with some Republicans tried to distance the party from trump and others staying loyal in the hopes of not alienating the trump base Sager mag ani Washington

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Trump acquitted in impeachment trial as 57-43 vote short of two-thirds majority

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Trump acquitted in impeachment trial as 57-43 vote short of two-thirds majority

"Trump has been acquitted in a Senate impeachment trial. 57 senators voting to convict a former president 10 short of the two thirds majority needed to convict Trump. Here's more from CBS is Steve Futterman. It was a majority extra bird Mr Burr guilty, but it wasn't a two thirds majority. Richard Burr, one of seven Republican members voting for guilt. Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell voted not guilty but then afterwards said there's no question Go on. That President Trump is practically and morally responsible. For provoking the events of the day. McConnell said His not guilty vote was because Mr Trump's now a private citizen, which led Democratic House manager Joaquin Castro to say the defendant, President Donald John Trump. Was let off on a technicality for Mr Trump Acquittal but not vindication. Steve

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House panel weighs resolution to remove Greene from committees

Here & Now

03:55 min | 9 months ago

House panel weighs resolution to remove Greene from committees

"Snapshot of the divided Republican Party. Just look at what's happening today In the House of Representatives, GOP leaders are weighing fates of two very different members of the party. One is Liz Cheney, the number three Republican in the House who voted last month to impeach then President Donald Trump. The other is freshman Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Trump loyalist known for spouting conspiracy theories and bigoted comments. We're joined now by NPR Congressional reporter Claudia Gonzalez and Claudia House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has supported Chani. But he's also said he has concerns about her impeachment vote. Trump allies like Florida Congressman Matt Gates even went to Wyoming to urge her constituents to vote her out of office. And here's another critic, Ohio representative Jim Jordan. When you're the conference chair, and you're the person who speaks for the conference, and you take a position that 96 to the conference, disagreed with and you do that ahead of time. She didn't She didn't just go voter conscious. On the day of the vote. She spoke ahead of time. 36 hours put out a statement in the sharpest possible terms. That's a concern. So Claudia is Liz Cheney in real danger here that remains to be seen. Today's GOP conference meeting later today on Capitol Hill will be a real signal there on where the party and Cheney go from here. This is all emblematic of this. These widening divisions were seeing in the party right now former President Trump left a vacuum of power as well as a dye identity crisis. For the GOP, a Republican strategist mention to me that with Trump, the populist wing of the party is swallowed up the establishment wing of the party time and time again, and we're seeing that play out in real time right now. This is the Republicans lost the house, the Senate, the White House under his man and under his administration, So the party is in the midst of this civil war If you will, and these members who remain fierce Trump loyalists are targeting Cheney. At one end well establishment Republicans are supporting Cheney at the other. Sure and change. The daughter of a former vice president represents the establishment in many of the populist side would probably mean embodied by Marjorie Taylor, Greene and House Democrats. Claudia want to strip her of her committee assignments, which would be a pretty severe rebuke and reminds me that House Republicans did agree a couple years ago to strip Steve Steve King of his committee assignments after he had publicly questioned why white supremacy is offensive. And then he lost his next primary, and that is out of office now. So is there a parallel here? Yes, In some ways there are a Democratic leadership aide told me this morning that House Majority leader Steny Hoyer told his caucus. That McCarthy needs to repeat the same action he took with King, which is move green off all of her committees, and Hoyer spoke to McCarthy this morning after that phone call with his caucus. Signaling the potential for a deal here between both sides before your said Democrats are moving forward with the resolution to remove green from her committee's This is really rare and even higher, has said this could backfire where the GOP could force their members off panels in the future. That said Democrats are determined where said that he spoke to McCarthy. And there's clear clearly no alternative to holding Ah, floor vote on this resolution to remove grain from her committee assignments. The Rules Committee will meet this afternoon to sort out how that debate will play out and it looks like the House will vote on this resolution tomorrow. Okay, so that's what's going on in the House Real quick Cloudy in the Senate. The impeachment trial starts next week, and Republicans are also gonna have to decide how loyal they're going to be to the former president. So in the moments we have left how many Republicans seem willing to convict at this point We saw five GOP senators break with her colleagues in a vote to say the trial is constitutional. That's a clue to what we could see in terms of the votes to convict Trump. There are some who left the door open that could join that group, but it looks like it will be a minority of Senate GOP members. I see many focusing on the process lend less So the substance that's NPR congressional reporter Claudia Gonzalez. Thank you. You're

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McCarthy faces choices as GOP divides over Cheney, Greene

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 9 months ago

McCarthy faces choices as GOP divides over Cheney, Greene

"The GOP is facing a reckoning over its post trump future as the top house Republican considers what to do with two members at opposite ends of the spectrum there's a Liz Cheney a traditional conservative who voted to impeach president trump and freshman Marjorie Taylor green a trump backer who also backs conspiracy theories AM suggested some school shootings maybe hoaxes hard right Republicans want Cheney ousted as the number three Republican Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell praises Cheney but rips green as does senator Mitt Romney for us to separate ourselves from the the people that are in the the wacky weeds it leaves top house Republican Kevin McCarthy to essentially decide whether to prioritize the loyalty of trump backers over more establishment conservative values Democrats have told McCarthy if he doesn't strip green of committee assignments the house will vote to do so Sager mag ani Washington

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"senate gop" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"senate gop" Discussed on WTVN

"I heart radio station from ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis. Grim Corona virus Milestones, the US seeing a record number of hospitalizations and one million new confirmed cases in just the 1st 10 days of November. Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers sounding the alarm. It's not safe to go out. It's not safe to have others over. It's just not safe. And it might not be safe for a while. Yeah, Governor Evers Signing new executive orders urging people to stay home in Washington President Trump not budging, not conceding the presidential election and refusing to cooperate with the transition to President elect Joe Biden. He's filed a host of long shot legal challenges but has yet to provide a shred of evidence of any widespread fraud. But he is getting help from his attorney General Bill Bar, who authorized the Justice Department to pursue substantial allegations of voting and vote tabulation. Polarities. Even his bar admits none have actually emerged. BBC's Mary Bruise President elect Biden for his part, taking the high road over Trump's lack of cooperation and his unfounded claims of voter fraud. I just think it's an embarrassment. Great. Frankly, the only thing that How can I say this tactfully? I think it Well. Help the president's legacy. And there's more turmoil in the Trump administration. A day after the president fire Defense Secretary Mark Esper over Twitter, three more Pentagon officials have been ousted. No one has seen anything like this. There is concerned about what this means is the president planning a military operation or the use of federal troops, which Esper opposed? Even Mitch McConnell praised Esper today, and Republican John Cornyn, a member of Senate GOP late leadership set of Trump's decision to fire Esper. I don't think it helps him and I don't think it helps the country ABC is Martha Raddatz, You're listening to ABC News..

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"senate gop" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"senate gop" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Position to President elect Yo Biden. He's filed a host of long shot legal challenges but has yet to provide a shred of evidence of any widespread fraud. But he is getting help from his attorney General Bill Bar, who authorized the Justice Department to pursue substantial allegations of voting and vote tabulation irregularities. Even his bar admits none have actually emerged. Veces marry Bruce President elect Biden for his part, taking the high road over Trump's lack of cooperation and is unfounded Claims of voter fraud. I just thinkit's Embarrassment. Great. Frankly, the only thing that Can I say this? Tack for I think it Well. Help the president's legacy. And there's more turmoil in the Trump administration. A day after the president fire Defense Secretary Mark Esper over Twitter, three more Pentagon officials have announced it. No one has seen anything like this. There is concerned about what this means is the president planning a military operation or the use of federal troops, which Esper opposed? Even Mitch McConnell praised Esper today and Republican John Cornyn, a member of Senate GOP leadership set of Trump's decision to fire Esper. I don't think it helps him and I don't think it helps the country ABC is Martha Raddatz, You're listening to ABC News. This is an advertisement paid on. Attorney spokesperson. If you struggle using CPAP, it can leave you feeling tired, Forgetful? Who put this banana in the toaster? You did cool, Okay, just check in and even impact.

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"senate gop" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"senate gop" Discussed on AP News

"November election, even though Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell says he's optimistic Republicans will support a pared down half trillion dollar package. Democrats are dismissing the measure is insufficient. They say it's too skimpy to help vulnerable Will people who've lost their jobs and are facing evictions. President Trump is admitting he played down the Corona virus threat early this year to avoid panic, he says. It's in Bob Woodward's new book. Rival, Joe Biden, says President Trump lied to the American people. I'm Rita Foley. Thiss is AP News. I'm Rita full way President Trump isn't denying he said it. But he is defending himself after a new book says he tried to publicly play down the threat from the Corona virus while talking privately about how bad it wass AP Washington Correspondent Sagar Madani, journalist Bob Woodward writes, the president said in February the virus was more deadly than the flu. While he was publicly saying the virus was no worse than the flu, Woodward says in March, the president told him he deliberately played down the threat to avoid a panic. Pushed by reporters on why he didn't come clean with the public. The last thing we can show is panic. For excitement or fear. Democratic opponent Joe Biden says the president, flat light was a life and death betrayal of the American people, which Biden call's despicable Soccer Megane Washington At least three people have died in a Northern California wildfire northeast of San Francisco. A fire is threatening thousands of homes, forcing tens of thousands of residents to run for their lives. It's just one of many wildfires burning around the state Cal fire spokesman Daniel Berlant. There are well over two dozen major wildfires burning across California. And while we have been making progress on some of the Lightning sparked fires that ignited last month. Many of the others are continuing to grow at a rapid rate. Cal Fire's Daniel Berland on the wildfires, wildfires air searing through parts of Oregon and Washington state, too. Destroying hundreds of homes and forcing mass evacuations. At least four people have died. The Republicans Corona virus Financial relief bill is expected to fail in a test vote in the Senate today. Jackie Quinn tells us why Democrats are dismissing the measure is insufficient. They say it's too skimpy to help vulnerable people who've lost their jobs and are facing evictions. This is AP News. They've announced the 12 finalists for the National Toy Hall of Fame. Shelly Adler has this. There are five games in the running for the toy class of 2020 and Chris Bench who's the vice president of collections at the strong museum says that probably has something to do with so many people being stuck at home due to cope in 19. I think that may have gone into what people were nominating sidewalk Chalk was another finalised. It is a way to express creativity and away too. Socialize and send messages in these socially distant time. The winner will be announced November 5th and yes, that's two days after election Day. Whatever happens on the third, there's going to be equally much excitement for the Toy Hall of Fame on the fifth. I'm surely Adler Amazons hiring 33,000 new workers. One of the few cos that's thrived during the pandemic. I'm Rita Foley. AP News The Senate's facing a possible showdown today when it takes a test vote on a trim down virus relief package. There have been pessimistic sounds coming from negotiator's trying to reach a deal on a virus relief package before the November election, Even though Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell says he's optimistic Republicans will support a pared down half trillion dollar packaged Democrats are dismissing the measure is insufficient. They say it's too skimpy to help vulnerable people who've lost their jobs and are facing evictions. While McConnell says Democrats are making unreasonable, too Hands. It's expected Congress will only pass legislation that averts a federal shot down and then we'll leave Washington to head home to campaign. Jackie Quinn, Washington This's you waiting for dinner on an ordinary vacation for table. This.

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"senate gop" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"senate gop" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Urban violence not on the radar screen at the Democratic National Convention. They're not talking about the rioting in the streets of some of the country's biggest cities. Although the Democrats have nominated their standard bearer, the third time was a charm for Joe Biden after two previous White House bids fell short. He clinched the nomination during a state by state roll call Tuesday evening, and the Great State of Alabama casts 52 votes. Our next president of these United States Joe Biden on Wednesday night, Kamilla Harris will become the first woman of color to accept a major party's vice presidential nomination. Biden will accept the presidential nomination on Thursday. Greg Clugston Washington Other than Trump says the Democratic Party has veered so far left that in the president's words. This is beyond socialism. Mr Trump warns of dire consequences for the country. If the Democrats win, we will indeed have Venezuela or steroids, so we can't do it. The president's speaking yesterday in Yuma, Arizona, stop focused on border security. Republicans are busy working up a new stimulus bill with no agreement yet on a larger Corona virus relief bill. Senate Republicans are putting together a $500 billion proposal, according to Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri. The GOP plan would provide $300 in weekly federal payments for unemployed people over and above state payments that would be half of what was provided. The pandemic relief bill approved earlier this year that expired at the end of July. Senate GOP aides say the plan would also include $10 billion for the Postal Service, $16 billion for virus testing and $29 billion for developing vaccines. Mike Rossi, a Washington riot declared last night in Portland, Oregon. Vandals targeted County government building, smashing windows, tossing firebombs. Dow up 91 points More on these stories, a townhall dot com Audiences.

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"senate gop" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:12 min | 1 year ago

"senate gop" Discussed on AP News

"In a sign of just how fast police violence and racial prejudices are transforming national politics Senate Republicans are close to rolling out a big package of reforms it's a sudden shift in priorities for Mitch McConnell Senate service proposal to reform law enforcement with even the most conservative senators on board with restricting chokeholds and other police practices but the package does not go as far as a broad democratic proposals and after weeks of unrest Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is warning the G. O. P. the public will demand more not change around the margins it's unclear whether the 2 parties will find common ground but Democrats suggests they are willing to look at G. O. P. ideas some of which are mirrored in an executive order president trump will sign today Sager make army Washington

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"senate gop" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:38 min | 1 year ago

"senate gop" Discussed on AP News

"As Congress rushes to respond to mass protests over the killings of black Americans by police president trump's ready to unveil his own changes the president says he will sign an executive order on police reforms today we want to order and we want it done fairly justly we wanted done safely to administration officials say the order will include establishing a database to track officers accused of excessive force to keep them from being able to simply hop from one department to another his move comes with Senate Republicans ready to roll out their own reform proposal it does not go as far as one the Democrat led house will vote on next week Democrats say the GOP is not going far enough to match public demand for bold change Sager mag ani Washington

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"senate gop" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"senate gop" Discussed on 710 WOR

"From Senate GOP Majority Leader Mitch McConnell minority leader Chuck Chuck Schumer is expressing his frustrations about there being no deal yet on president trump's Senate impeachment trial leader McConnell has not come up with a single reason why we shouldn't have witnesses and documents he does a lot of name calling he does a lot of finger pointing but he hasn't given single reason why there shouldn't be documents and witnesses president trump once again calling for his impeachment to end Brian shook reports on Twitter trump accused house speaker Nancy Pelosi of trying to take over the Senate by withholding the impeachment articles passed by the house he questioned what right is crazy Nancy have to hold up a trial in the Senate trump also accused senator Chuck Schumer of trying to take over the trial he ended the tweet by saying no more time should be wasted on this impeachment scam Brian should again be seen news radio call for more subway protections after a man bit off the finger tip of another rider during a subway dispute Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams is joining members of the NYPD and transit workers union earlier today to discuss safety proposals like cameras out subway exits if we had that type of technology present the individuals who ran into the subway system this charge to get the bullet and fled the subway system we would have video footage well police say a thirty six year old man is recovering from the fingerboard following a fight that began on the south bound to train early Sunday eventually spilling out to the forty ninth street station no arrests have been made a call for officials to do more after reports show some New York City a sheaf of schools are not meeting basic educational standards was a rally at city hall today Scott Pringle reports recently released department of education report shows more than two dozen yeshiva schools are not in compliance in one case investigators observed no instruction in basic math and English professor David Bloomfield specializes in education all time for the state education department to use all of its enforcement powers including loss of funding closure of these who she was which are denying and education to their students sell the city is as for improving plans and we'll do more inspections but some here like enough totally Moster says the city insist on pandering to you Shiva leaders at city hall I'm Scott Pringle EE Ortiz United States has a new ambassador to Russia secretary of state's Mike Pompeii tweeted out a photo of him administering the old John Sullivan Sullivan had been deputy secretary of state and the lead official in talks with Russia on counterterrorism and strategic security travelers in New York and New Jersey are taking to the skies for the holidays Jennifer will Sony reports liars at New York area airports getting out with bathing suits and flip flops backed away others hitting the slopes Seattle.

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"senate gop" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on KGO 810

"Are the jobs that will do what I do is pretty simple I don't think what you do is simple object were totally out of time but promise me you'll come back again very soon okay all right that's doctor Jack grass miss and it's I think it's key close productions I think I mispronounced it before it's K. Y. que L. O. S. productions dot com that's his website he also blogs that Jack Rasmus dot com that's J. A. C. K. R. A. S. M. U. S. I'm Pat Thurston and this is KGO their stint on KGO eight ten Doro and this news update is sponsored by Walmart Democrats are hoping to step up pressure on president trump and Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell to adopt tougher background checks for gun buys correspondent Pamela brown to the top Democrat in the house made her case in the speech in Springfield Illinois today house speaker Nancy Pelosi today continuing to put pressure on the president and Senate Republicans to take up gun control legislation we must have gone in violence prevention legislation every day we lose life the administration is quietly talking with some Senate staffers about a bill that includes expanded background checks a move the president seems to favor and that's correspondent Pamela brown reporting the land security committee has subpoenaed the owner of eight chan an online message board favored by violent white nationalist including the man suspected of killing twenty two people in a mass shooting in el Paso the committee chairman said at least three acts of deadly white supremacist extremist violence have been linked to a channel last six months it's crucial to examine what could be done to counter the trend the Dow Jones thank eight hundred points after the bond market flash a warning sign about a possible recession for the first time since two thousand seven fox will sharply Wednesday after the bond market raised another warning flag on the economy but al open down four hundred points and closed down eight hundred more than three percent the bond market sending a signal to predicted most of the recessions over the past fifty years it's what's called an inverted yield curve ten year bond yields fell below the two year yields the first time that's happened since two thousand seven when we see this phenomenon in the bond market we don't always ultimately see a U. S. recession Wall Street correspondent Julia Charlie says markets were down around the world today behind the scenes you can see collateral damage was saying it in Germany we sing the data we can in China for example on Twitter president trump wrote crazy inverted yield curve we should easily be reaping big.

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"senate gop" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"Because if you if you look at that twenty twelve autopsy and the analysis that Romney's core problem was was weakness with Latinos, you can see where that comes out of which is that over the states that Obama won in twenty twelve his three weakest wins were Florida Virginia, and Colorado, and those are all states with relatively large Latino populations in the case of Florida and Colorado Virginia's modest, but but quite rapidly growing. And so those are all states where I think you can really say look if Romney had done as well as Bush with Latinos, he would have won those states. So and like those those were the closest states, so that's what we're focusing. On right different analysis. And frankly, more correct analysis would be to say, look, even if Romney had won Florida and Virginia and Colorado. He still would have lost the election yet. But think of thick of how much more of a moral victory. Right. But the the goal is not to win states. It's to win the election. Right. And the pivotal state was Pennsylvania. If you go through how much better would they have had to have done to win the political center of gravity was in Pennsylvania and Michigan and that continued to be the case in two thousand sixteen right, and Pennsylvania and Michigan are states that have very low Latino populations that have large white working class populations. And we're Democrats traditionally done well because the white working class population in those states is relatively secular and had not been super into anti-gay politics into abortion politics. Not like this early incredibly woke on those issues, but not into that. Right. And so then when Republicans shift their political. Center of gravity to anti immigrant themes. They wind up doing much better in those white working class northern midwestern states, and even though the specific political dynamics of this shutdown are not going well at all for Trump. It is still true that positioning Democrats as the party of multiculturalism and cosmopolitanism and positioning Republicans as the party of Americanism and native ISM is a smart strategy for those midwestern states, right? Like that macro-analysis is right. And so it's hard to get Republicans off inti immigrant politics because they Trump is picked a bad battle here. But like, it's a good war. Right. And then particularly after Republicans have already lost the house the center of gravity in congress becomes the Senate GOP caucus anti-immigrant politics is great in the Senate map where like this is a totally empty states that have six. White people. You know, have like a million senators, and then like California has to and then Texas, which you know, is a Republican state. But like if there were a state in which the ongoing nativist turn were to flip it blew like, it's going to be Texas, which is going to be eighty Gillian people in two senators. Right. So the more presidential politics focuses on the Great Lakes, and the more congressional Republicans just think about the Senate map, the more sense, it makes to be the anti-immigration party, and that makes any kind of deal making just like per se unattractive because if you have a deal, then you're not having a fight. And if you think it's a winning fight, then you to not make deals or if you think the fight itself is the win. Yes. If you love the fight, I think there are two interesting things of that touches on it. And won't goes back to something. Jane was saying that when Donald Trump ran on the right? He was like the purity candidate. But, but I want to note something that was always interesting about Donald. Trump like which was he managed to both be the candidate who would like brook, no shit, and like say what he really thought and like knock into the media and also the candidate swearing that. He would be the greatest dealmaker the world had ever seen that American needed like not one of these week like like pathetic people. But like the Kenneth who written the art of the deal like me, Donald Trump like the great dealmaker. And so this I think was also important with those voters you're talking about Matt that they're obviously some voters for whom like the issue, and the only issue is keeping America like as white and native foreign as possible,.

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"senate gop" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

10:47 min | 2 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"All right anything else. Now. I think that's about it. Let's see here. I've been wanting to get to this. I've been wanting to get this. Karl rove warned Senate GOP don't put only focus on bass. Well, I got my attention. I said, okay. Former White House political strategist, I believe this is USA today. But I'm not sure. Karl rove warned at the hill actually, warns Senate Republicans in a meeting this week not to become overly reliant on their conservative base. His they head to what should be a tough twenty twenty presidential election. Let let's stop right there. Are the Republicans in congress overly reliant on their conservative base is that how they ran this last time a few months ago is that how they got their asses kicked in the house. They running conservatives. No. They were running from conservatives. They were running from Trump. I don't understand. Why Karl rove gets all this attention is some kind of an expert. I'll tell you why. When he came into office as a stair for which your W Bush. We control the house and the Senate. We already controlled the house and the Senate. Now the architect as he likes to be called. He he was the architect in two thousand six. Of us losing congress. Both houses. Now, he's very tight with Mitch McConnell. There have the Gerald Ford. Richard Nixon wing of the Republican party, not the Reagan wing. Not the Trump win. And so he McConnell there advising the Republicans in the Senate to run like wimps. Don't worry about the base. I don't know. How many times we we bring victory to the Republican party? How many times? Reagan twice to massive landslides, even George H W Bush and his victory which was the third Reagan victory. We drag George W Bush over the victory line. The tea party gives them the house. The tea party gives them the Senate. All they have is resentment. And hey, really for the tea party condemns from day one. And now they bring in Karl rove to tell them how to run row who served as former President, George W Bush's top political strategists was brought in by Senate GOP leaders to speak to the twenty two Republican incumbents up for reelection at an all day planning session last Thursday hosted at nationals park in southeast Washington. DC? Rollet vise lawmakers the meeting not to rely too much on the conservative base, which is solidly behind Trump and the stalemate over funding for a border wall. And you remember the importance of expanding the GOP's appeal. Look you want to expand the GOP's appeal. Then speak like traditional family oriented, faith, oriented support, the military support law enforcement limited government, low taxes it actually works. It actually works. There's so many cokes running on the other side, just articulate a freedom agenda. A family agenda, a capitalism agenda, national security agenda, a law enforcement agenda, just start taking stop being wimps. And many of you will win. Everybody can't win at just the way it is. But many of you will win and many of the people who aren't incumbents. Well, went to maybe some of these incumbents don't deserve to win. Maybe they've done things that should not serve as a basis for winning, right? Post show that while Trump has strengthened his standing with Republican voters during the shutdown. He's losing ground with independence and non college educated white voters. Another key demographic, ladies and gentlemen election is a little less than two years away. We know what happens with these quote, unquote, shutdowns Republicans take a hit and then over time. And then over time, they don't. The Democrats tend to take a hit. So I would not be listening to rove unless you wanna lose your seat or you. You know, your Senate and house elections based on the electoral college, which it's not. Presidential or vice presidential race, another one. I've been meaning to get to. You're not so much time. We have to spend on dealing with the media. And allies in the non reality, they create. I mean, I'm sitting here thinking, I've got all this stuff piled up that I wanna talk with you. But I'm has as I talk to you. All the hate and poison and vile aimed at this president can somebody tell me one thing substantively that he's done that deserves this. So so-called people on the right who say if he dares to trigger the national emergencies act. He's no better than anybody centralizing power in it. You know, what this has been done zillion times where have you been? He has a modest proposal. It is a modest proposal for securing the border parts of the border that need to be secured. Immediately. And this is this is worthy of a government shutdown. Not one penny for the wall. Not one penny. We will not allow him to hold a gun to our head. These fools who supported more than one penny. Just a few years ago. So he's fighting to do that. He's already increasing sp- increase spending for the United States military. He defense law enforcement. I mean, what has he done? That's so outrageous while his character, you know. He's got a week character. I'm going to tell you something. This man was elected despite everything he'd done in his past whatever it is. As president of the United States. He showed nothing but high character. He hasn't been chasing interns in the Oval Office or worse. He hasn't been skinny dipping in the White House pool with interns, the way John Kennedy did all say, I'll say, whatever the hell. I want to. He didn't sleep with woman after woman after women in the White House like LBJ did any of that stuff? None of it. He's not tapping people's phones. He's not tapping reporters phones if you will. What exactly has he done? If you don't like a tweet. So what that deserves all this animus eight must be page. He must be indicted, it even build a GAM hotel on Moscow Hilton did Marriott dead. They all. He did. There's no Trump hotel in Moscow. And it doesn't matter. He talked me on this date. And he talked me on that. You realize how insane? This is. We have a boatload of evidence that it was Hillary Clinton and the DNC. That effectively colluded with the Russians not the president of the United States. Media. Don't care. Prosecutor doesn't care. That's insane. He must be impeached. The emoluments clause they can't even spell a monuments. The emoluments clause has nothing to do this. They found a left-wing cook judge in Maryland. Mr. chief Justice an Obama appointee. Are Clinton appointee a hack. You know, I really think Maryland and DC of standing here why? Because the president United States homes had hotel, you know, and because it competes with other hotels, it has an effect. They don't even have standing in the judge gives them standing. Pretty outrageous. So what has this president done? Today was taking a hit. I don't know if it was Yahoo or whatever it was because he and the vice president went to the Martin Luther King memorial. But they pantley according to this report should have spent more time and because they didn't spend enough time. Wow. That was just a just a show. Just showed up. He gives hamburgers. To the Clemson team because the government shutdown, and he has no chef at the I didn't even know. There was no chef the White House. Did you Mr. producer? Which means he's obviously paying for all his own food. Imagine if it was Obama Clinton in particular who deducted his underwear remember that. He must be a racist. He really dissed those athletes and since most of them are African Americans. He's a racist. Are you kidding me? Well on his own dime. Look how GPS. On his own dime. Look how cheap easy doesn't even take a salary. Why don't you take a look at Nancy Pelosi? She takes a salary and they're worth like one hundred hundred fifty million dollars. Why does she get? Hey. She's a woman. You can't criticize her. I'll be right back. Mm-hmm. Mexico. Become your new favorite show is afraid take on alien humanity. Slow up anytime pretty have been captivated telling me ordinary, but Roswell New Mexico from the executive producer of the vampire diaries, and the original too many things you can't know fall in love with someone else comes to can't miss new series could've would Roswell Mexico after the flash only Tuesday on the CW new series Tuesday at nine after the.

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"senate gop" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"That's simple. All right anything else. Now. I think that's about it. Let's see here. I've been wanting to get to this. I've been wanting to get this. Karl rove warned Senate GOP don't put only focus on base. Well, that got my attention. I said, okay. Former White House political strategists believe this is USA today. But I'm not sure. Karl rove warned. It's the hill actually warns Senate Republicans in a meeting this week not to become overly reliant on their conservative base is they headed what should be a tough twenty twenty presidential election. Let let's stop right there. Are the Republicans in congress overly reliant on their conservative base is that how they ran this last time a few months ago is that how they got their asses kicked in the house. They're running as conservatives. No. They were running from conservatives. They were running from Trump. I don't understand. Why Karl rove gets all this attention is some kind of an expert. I'll tell you why. When he came into office as a staffer would George W Bush. We control the house and the Senate. We already controlled the house and the Senate. Now the architect as he likes to be called. He he was the architect in two thousand six. Of us losing congress both houses. And so now, he's very tight with Mitch McConnell. There of the Gerald Ford. Richard Nixon wing of the Republican party, not the Reagan wing. Not the Trump wing. And so he McConnell they're advising the Republicans in the Senate to run like wimps. And worry about the base. I don't know how many times we we bring victory to the Republican party. How many times? Reagan twice to massive landslides, even George H W Bush and his victory which was the third Reagan victory. We drag George W Bush over the victory line. The tea party gives them the house. The tea party gives them the Senate. All they have is resentment. And hate really for the tea party condemns from day one. And now they bring in Karl rove to tell them how to run row who served as former President, George W Bush's top political strategists was brought in by Senate GOP leaders to speak to the twenty two Republican incumbents up for reelection at an all day planning session last Thursday hosted at nationals park in southeast Washington. DC? Rowlett vise lawmakers the meeting not to rely too much on the conservative base, which is solidly behind Trump in the stalemate over funding for a border wall. And you remember the imports of expanding the GOP's appeal. Look you want to expand the GOP's appeal. Then speak like traditional family oriented, faith, oriented support, the military support law enforcement limited government, low taxes it actually works. It actually works. There's so many cokes running on the other side, just articulate a freedom agenda, a family agenda, a capitalism agenda and national security agenda, a law enforcement agenda. Just take a stop being wimps. And many of you will win. Everybody can't win. That's just the way it is. But many of you will win and many of the people who aren't incumbents we'll went to and maybe some of these incumbents don't deserve to win. Maybe.

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"senate gop" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

10:12 min | 2 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"That's simple. All right. Is there anything else? Now. I think that's about it. Let's see here. I can wanting to get to this. I've been wanting to get this. Karl rove warns Senate GOP don't put only focus on base. Got my attention. I said, okay. Former White House political strategists believe this is USA today. But I'm not sure. Karl rove warned. It's the hill. Actually, worn Senate Republicans in a meeting this week, not to become overly reliant on their conservative base is they headed to what should be a tough twenty twenty presidential election. Let let's stop right there. Are the Republicans in congress overly reliant on their conservative base is that how they ran this last time. A few months ago is that how they got their ashes kicked in the house. They're running as conservatives. No. They were running from conservatives. They were running from Trump. I don't understand. Why Karl rove gets all this attention is some kind of an expert. I'll tell you why. When he came into office as a staffer, which your W Bush. We controlled the house and the Senate. We already controlled the house and the Senate. Now the architect as he likes to be called. He he was the architect in two thousand six. Of us losing congress. Both houses. So now, he's very tight with Mitch McConnell. There of the Gerald Ford. Richard Nixon wing of the Republican party, not the Reagan wing. Trump wing. And so he McConnell there advising the Republicans in the Senate to run like wimps. Don't worry about the base. I don't know. How many times we we bring victory to the Republican party? How many times? Reagan twice to massive landslides, even George H W Bush and his victory which was the third Reagan victory. We drag George W Bush over the victory line. The tea party gives them the house. The tea party gives them the Senate. All they have is resentment. And hey, really for the tea party condemns from day one. And they bring in Karl rove to tell them how to run row who served as former President, George W Bush's top political strategists was brought in by Senate GOP leaders to speak to the twenty two Republican incumbents up for reelection at an all day planning session last Thursday hosted at nationals park in southeast Washington. DC? Roller advise lawmakers the meeting not to rely too much on the conservative base, which is solidly behind Trump in the stalemate over funding for a border wall. And you remember the imports of expanding the GOP's appeal. Look you want to expand the GOP's appeal. Then speak like traditional family oriented, faith, oriented support, the military support law enforcement limited government, low taxes it actually works. It actually works. There's so many kooks. Running on the other side, just articulate a freedom agenda, a family agenda, a capitalism agenda, national security agenda, a law enforcement agenda, just start taking stop being wimps. And many of you win. Everybody can't win at just the way it is. But many of you will win and many of the people who aren't incumbents well when to and maybe some of these incumbents don't deserve to win. Maybe they've done things that should not serve as a basis for winning, right? Polls show that while Trump has strengthened his standing with Republican voters during the shutdown. He's losing ground with independence and non college educated white voters. Another key demographic, ladies and gentlemen election. Is a little less than two years away. We know what happens with these quote, unquote, shutdowns the Republicans take a hit and then over time. And then over time, they don't. The Democrats tend to take a hit. So I would not be listening to rove unless you wanna lose your seat or you. Your Senate and house elections based on the electoral college, which it's not. Presidential or vice presidential race, another one. I've been meaning to get to how much time we have to spend on dealing with the media. And allies in the non reality, they create. I mean, I'm sitting here thinking, I've got all this stuff piled up that I wanna talk with you as as I talk to you. All the hate and poison in vile aimed at president can somebody tell me one thing substitute Lee that he's done that deserves this. You have so called people on the right who say if he dares the trigger the national emergencies act. He's no better than anybody centralizing power in it. This has been done a zillion times where have you been? He has a modest proposal. It is a modest proposal for securing the border parts of the border that need to be secured. Immediately. And this is this is worthy of a government shutdown. Not one penny for the wall. Not one penny. We will not allow him to hold a gun to our head. These fools who supported more than one penny. Just a few years ago. So he's fighting to do that. He's already increasing sp- increased spending for the United States military. He defends law enforcement. I mean, what has he done? That's so outrageous while his character, you know. He's got a week character. I'm going to tell you something. This man was elected despite everything he'd done in his past whatever it is. As president of the United States. He show nothing but high character. He hasn't been chasing interns in the Oval Office or worse. He hasn't been skinny dipping in the White House, interns, the way John Kennedy did all I'll say I'll say whatever the hell I want to. He didn't sleep with woman after woman after women in the White House like LBJ did isn't done any of that stuff. None of it. He's not tapping people's phones. He's not tapping reporters phones if you will. What exactly has he done? If you don't like a tweet. So what that deserves all this animus, he must be paged. He must be indicted, it even build a damn hotel on Moscow Hilton dead Marriott dead. They all. He did. There's no Trump hotel Moscow. And it doesn't matter. Hey, talked beyond this date, and he talked beyond that you realize how insane. This is. We have a boatload of evidence that it was Hillary Clinton and the DNC. That effectively colluded with the Russians not the president of the United States. Media. Don't care. Prosecutor doesn't care. That's insane. He must be impeached. The emoluments clause they can't even spell a monuments. The emoluments clause has nothing to do this. They found a left-wing cook judge in Maryland, Mr. chief Justice and Obama appointee. Or Clinton appointee a hack. You know, I really think Maryland and DC of standing here why? Because the president United States homes had hotel, you know, and because it competes with other hotels, it has an effect. They don't even have standing in the judge gives them standing. Pretty outrageous. So what has this president done? Today. He was taking a hit. I don't know if it was Yahoo or whatever it was because he and the vice president went to the Martin Luther King memorial. But they apparently according to this report should have spent more time because they didn't spend enough time. Wow. Just a show. Just showed up. He gives hamburgers. To the Clemson team because the government shutdown, and he has no chef at the way. I didn't even know. There was no chef at the White House. Did you Mr. producer? Which means he's obviously paying for all his own food. Imagine if it was Obama Clinton in particular who deducted is underway. Remember that? He must be a racist. He really dissed those athletes and since most of them are African Americans. He's a racist. Are you kidding me? Well on his own dime. Look how cheap. On his own dime. Lucaci cheapies. He doesn't even take a salary. Why don't you take a look at Nancy Pelosi? She takes his salary and they're worth like one hundred hundred fifty million dollars. Why does she get? Hey. She's a woman. You can't criticize her. I'll.

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"senate gop" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"It's that simple. All right anything else. No. I think that's about it. Let's see here. I've been wanting to get to this. I've been wanting to get the dish. Karl rove warned Senate GOP don't put only focus on base. Well, that got my attention. I said, okay. Former White House political strategists believe this is USA today. But I'm not sure. Karl rove warned. It's the hill actually warns Senate Republicans in a meeting this week not to become overly reliant on their conservative base is they head into what should be a tough twenty twenty presidential election. Let let's stop right there. Are the Republicans in congress overly reliant on their conservative base is that how they ran this last time a few months ago is that how they got their asses kicked in the house. They're running as conservatives. Now, they were running from conservatives. They were running from Trump. I don't understand. Why Karl rove gets all this attention is some kind of an expert. I'll tell you why. When he came into office as a for which your W Bush. We controlled the house and the Senate. We already controlled the house and Senate. Now the architect as he likes to be called. He he was the architect in two thousand six. Of us losing congress. Both houses. And so now, he's very tight with Mitch McConnell. There have the Gerald Ford. Richard Nixon wing of the Republican party, not the Reagan wing. Not the Trump wing. And so he McConnell there advising the Republicans in the Senate to run like wimps. And worry about the base. I don't know how many times we we bring victory to the Republican party. How many times? Reagan twice to massive landslides, even George H W Bush and his victory which was the third Reagan victory. We drag George W Bush over the victory line. The tea party gives them the house. The tea party gives them the Senate. All they have is resentment. And hate really for the tea party condemns from day one. And now they bring in Karl rove to tell them how to run row who served as former President, George W Bush's top political strategists was brought in by Senate GOP leaders to speak to the twenty two Republican incumbents up for reelection at an all day planning session last Thursday hosted at nationals park in southeast Washington c. Roller advise lawmakers the meeting not to rely too much on the conservative base, which is solidly behind Trump in the stalemate over funding for a border wall. Remember the importance of expanding the GOP's appeal. Look you want to expand the GOP's appeal. Then speak like traditional family oriented, faith, oriented support, the military support law enforcement limited government, low taxes it actually works. It actually works. There's so many kooks. Running on the other side, just articulate a freedom agenda, a family agenda, a capitalism agenda, national security agenda, a law enforcement agenda, just start taking stop being wimps. And many of you will win. Everybody can't win at just the way it is. But many of you will win and many of the people who aren't incumbents well went to and maybe some of these incumbents don't deserve to win. Maybe they dump things that should not serve as a basis for winning, right? Post show that while Trump has strengthened his standing with Republican voters during the shutdown. He's losing ground with independence and non college educated white voters. Another key demographic, ladies and gentlemen election is a little less than two years away. We know what happens with these quote, unquote, shutdowns the Republicans take a hit and then over time. And then over time, they don't. The Democrats tend to take a hit. So I would not be listening to rove unless you wanna lose your seat or you. You know, your Senate and house elections based on the electoral college, which it's not. 'cause it's a presidential or vice presidential race another one. I've been meaning to get to. You're not so much time. We have to spend on dealing with the media. And the lies in the non reality. They create. I mean, I'm sitting here thinking, I've got all the stuff piled up that I want to talk with you. But I'm as as I talk to you. All the hate and poison and vile aimed at this president can somebody tell me one thing substantively that he's done that deserves this. You have so called people on the right who say if he dares to trigger the national emergencies act. He's no better than anybody. Centralizing power it this has been done a zillion times where have you been? He has a modest proposal. It is a modest proposal for securing the border parts of the border that need to be secured. Immediately. And this is this is worthy of a government shutdown. Not one penny for the wall. Not one penny. We will not allow him to hold a gun to our head. These fools who supported more than one penny. Just a few years ago. So he's fighting to do that. He's already increasing sp- increase spending for the United States military. He defends law enforcement. I mean, what has he done? That's so outrageous while his character, you know. He's got a week character. I want to tell you something. This man was elected despite everything he'd done in his past whatever it is. As president of the United States. He shall nothing but high character. He hasn't been chasing interns in the Oval Office or worse. He hasn't been skinny dipping in the White House pool with interns the way John Kennedy did or don't say I'll say whatever the hell I want to. He didn't sleep with woman after woman after women in the White House like LBJ did isn't done any of that stuff. None of it. He's not tapping people's phones. He's not tapping reporters phones if you will. What exactly has he done? If you don't like a tweet. So what that deserves all this animus, he must be a page. He must be indicted didn't even build a damn hotel on Moscow Hilton dead Marriott. Did they all? He did. There's no Trump hotel Moscow. Doesn't matter hate beyond this date, and he talked beyond that you realize how insane. This is. We have a boatload of evidence that it was Hillary Clinton and the DNC. That effectively colluded with the Russians not the president of the United States. Media. Don't care. Prosecutor doesn't care. That's insane. He must be impeached. The emoluments clause they can't even spell a monuments. The emoluments clause has nothing to do this. They found a left-wing cook judge in Maryland, Mr. chief Justice and Obama appointee. Are Clinton appointee a hack. You know, I really think Maryland and DC of standing here why? Because the president United States owns had hotel, you know, and because it competes with other hotels, it has an effect. They don't even have standing in the judge gives them standing. Pretty outrageous. So what has this president done? Today was taking a hit. I don't know if it was Yahoo or whatever it was because he and the vice president went to the Martin Luther King memorial. But they apparently according to this report should have spent more time and because they didn't spend enough time. Wow. That was just a just a show. Just showed up. He gives hamburgers. To the Clemson team because the government shutdown, and he has no chef at the way. I didn't even know. There was no chef at the White House. Did you Mr. producer? Which means he's obviously paying for all his own food. Imagine if it was Obama Clinton in particular who deducted his underwear remember that. He must be a racist. He really dissed those athletes entrance. Most of them are African Americans. He's a racist. Are you kidding me? Well on his own dime. Look how cheap. On his own dime. Cheapies he doesn't even take a salary. Why don't you take a look at Nancy Pelosi? She takes his salary and they're worth like one hundred hundred fifty million dollars. Why does she do? Hey. She's a woman. You can't criticize her. I'll be right back..

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"senate gop" Discussed on The Resistance Report with Robert Reich

The Resistance Report with Robert Reich

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on The Resistance Report with Robert Reich

"Of steve bannon he looks a little bit like promptness and steve steve bannon is been promoting primary challenger his against senate gop incumbents so here's mcconnell's and he's trump and here's bannon and here coq brothers two of them rights and many many others behind them so why it so bannon has been arguing that the republican establishment has given up on the populist economic agenda the powered trump's victory and the republican establishment hello they betrayed trump's agenda but trump himself he never had an agenda i mean his only agenda was to amass more wealth and power at attention for himself that's the trump agenda so here is the bottom line trump is caught between his base the the bannon base leave the populace base that expects him to help workingclass americans and the republican establishment so how does he how does he do this how does he get what the establishment wants it which is this big big tax cuts that makes the wealthy even wealthier but also do it in a way that doesn't look like he's just another establishment politician.

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"senate gop" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"No he's from azeri but he lives in south florida as now but you grow up you cease up on my notes you do you get your family graves plague with theme asset to run out of disaster relief money by the end of the week the house of representatives is scheduled to vote on a hurricane harvey and eight packets later today the seven point eight billion dollar relief bill is expected to pass overwhelmingly but one against the senate gop leaders are expected to ask legislation to increase the debt ceiling fema literally running out of funds at the end of this week unless we raise the debt ceiling there will not be any way that congress can actually appropriate that emergency funding and get it to the federal emergency management agency to help those in so much need medic nine number of conservatives have reservations about that plan texas senator ted cruz told reporters yesterday cloud i think the best way to have a relief package move quickly is for it to be a clean package not to have a tied to unrelated matters and senator rand paul has said he will object to adding debt ceiling legislation to the harvey a bill which could seriously delay the legislation potentially passed friday when theme as money will likely run out i mean at this point the money needs to get where it needs to go does it not it does and i think that there is an incredible amount of pressure out of this in congress i mean the administration has made this argument they sent a letter up to the hilt saying look basically there's not enough space until we hit the debt ceiling that you have to do these two things together if you want to spend these additional billions on harvey aid i think the crews thing is a little bit surprising he refused to answer questions from reporters about whether he would actually vote no on harvey aid if it were tied to the debt ceiling by scores i mean i think right and look i think this is also play on the part of gop leaders to avoid a another war within the conference in the caucus i mean the raising the debt ceiling.

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"senate gop" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

"That's right the moderates had been unhappy with the medicaid cuts a senator susan collins who we just heard is already in no came out and said you know the the changes that they would make to medicaid go beyond repealing the affordable care act medicaid was expanded in the affordable care act but these changes would actually cap the program southern republicans have been trying to do since the 1980's it's for the conservatives moderates are still unhappy um as lisa pointed out there is a little bit more money to deal with opioid abuse there's they can get out of the cap's if there is a public health emergency but those are pretty much all the changes that they've made here and house all this going over lisa why there are a lot of big question marks on capitol hill i think that you've got the same question marks on the right and the left they tried to bring in a moderates including giving them the ability to increase the states could increase who can be under medicaid but there's not as much money to do it so you'd have to make a choice between the number of people you could cover under medicaid and how much you would give them in benefits it doesn't really rate address questions of the overall need for healthcare some of these moderates have no no julie we herded leases report of the reference to what senator ted cruz his wanted has to do with giving states more options describe exactly what that involves what senator crews and a and a number of the conservatives in the house to have complained that one of the biggest problems with the affordable care act is that people who by their own insurance our findings selves paying much more more both in premiums and an out of pocket spending and he wants to help people but basically the way he would do it as he would say.

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"senate gop" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"The federal funding from medicaid they would lower that showed dudayev overwriting tweaks um there are also probably new work requirements and taken together they would reduce spending on medicaid by 700 in seventy two billion dollars over ten years so isn't in the short of this that states would be forced to end medicaid expansion without the help without the help of the federal government will they would most likely tighten up eligibility requirements there are some states where they've had gas they would have to end the medicaid expansion programme or at least not let new people on and make it harder to join now the republican senators like all the other senators they're back in their states and you know they're hearing this from the governor's how much pressure is on the senators well i think what's interesting about the role of the governor's that not that many senators are having town hall this week so they're they're hearing relatively little from their constituents now i'm sure they're getting phone calls and emails and letters from their constituents and their hearing from other hospital groups and other industry groups but the governor is have a you know a big influential role and they specifically highlight the impact in their steve it's not just some abstract idea they're seeing this is how many people in your state would suffer so i think they have a really influential voice in this to beat especially when they're governors from the same party as these republican senators is there more pressure on the loser's or more pressure on these governors well this is the one who are going to vote on the bell so i would say they're the ones feeling the most pressure right now i'm speaking with christina peterson of the wall street journal and you're listening to what's news.

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