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Pentagon to cut troop levels to 2,500 in Iraq, Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

Pentagon to cut troop levels to 2,500 in Iraq, Afghanistan

"The US will cut troop levels in Iraq and Afghanistan by mid January just before president trump leaves office the president has long pushed to end America's wars in the Middle East new acting Pentagon chief Chris Miller says some three thousand troops will come home by January fifteenth leaving about twenty five hundred in Iraq and the same in Afghanistan though he says the US will be ready to take on what he calls forces of terror if needed we stand ready to apply the capabilities required to thwart them Miller notably did not save senior military officers recommended or even endorse the drawdown plan commanders have argued against speeding up the withdrawal and it's also being bashed by top Republicans like Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell I think a precipitous drawdown and either Afghanistan or Iraq would be a mistake Sager mag ani Washington

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With GOP win in Alaska, control of Senate pushes to January

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

With GOP win in Alaska, control of Senate pushes to January

"A January runoff in Georgia will decide the control of the Senate Alaska Republicans kept a seat in the Senate after Dan Sullivan defeated al gross an independent running as a Democrat the Georgia run off election set for January fifth are becoming a showdown over control of the Senate GOP senator Kelly Loeffler will face Democrat Rockpile Warnock and Republican senator David Perdue will face challenger Jon Ossoff lost Lauren Perdue appeared at a crowded indoor rally in Marietta Georgia with senator Marco Rubio this decision to make right it's America that look at the consequences if Republicans only get fifty seats Democrats would control the Senate because vice president Kamilla Harris would become the tiebreaker I'm Jennifer king

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More Top Pentagon Officials Out After Trump Sacks Esper

Our American Stories

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

More Top Pentagon Officials Out After Trump Sacks Esper

"Fire Defense Secretary Marcus for over Twitter, three more Pentagon officials have been ousted. No one has seen anything like this. There is concern 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 one of the rent

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Democrats to boycott Barrett vote, Senate GOP pushes ahead

Joel Riley

00:28 sec | Last month

Democrats to boycott Barrett vote, Senate GOP pushes ahead

"Afternoon. Republicans running the Senate Judiciary Committee have pushed up the vote on any Cockney Barrett Supreme Court nomination will now vote on whether to advance Amy Cockney barrettes nomination shortly after 9 A.m. when the committee convenes on Thursday. Change comes in response to Senate Judiciary Democrats who said they plan on boycotting the vote and in their chairs will be poster sized pictures of Americans that they say will be crushed by Barrett, potentially casting the deciding vote on the affordable Care act. ABC is Mark

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Trump says he wants a 'bigger' COVID-19 stimulus bill than Pelosi, claims Senate GOP 'would go along'

KYW 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | Last month

Trump says he wants a 'bigger' COVID-19 stimulus bill than Pelosi, claims Senate GOP 'would go along'

"Late late free free election. election. Washington Washington push push for for another another virus virus economic help package. One time for a new covert surges threatening the economy again. So even this close to an election there's pressure for Washington to act. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer with a message for Republican Mitch McConnell. We need leader McConnell to stop standing in the way of the new bill. He has said he will only do a small bill that is inadequate on testing and tracing what House Speaker Nancy Pelosi does hope. Some relief bill can get approved and President Trump claims he favors Amore expensive build an even speaker. Pelosi, Tom Foti, CBS NEWS Washington. There are

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Senate GOP plans vote on Trump's court pick before election

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Senate GOP plans vote on Trump's court pick before election

"President trump says he's pleased to have the chance to pick a third justice to serve on the U. S. Supreme Court president trump says it's an honor to be able to select another judicial candidate saying this will affect issues like abortion and gun rights for decades to come his nominee will be chosen from a group of women but trump double checked with supporters at a Pittsburgh campaign rally what anybody preferred that I think a man after months of blasting Mitt Romney for voting in favor of impeachment trump praised the Utah senator Alan happy thank you Matt for announcing that he's among those who support confirming a new justice to replace Ruth pater Ginsburg before the November election Jackie Quinn Washington

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Senate GOP plans vote on Trump's court pick before election

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Senate GOP plans vote on Trump's court pick before election

"President trump says he's pleased to have the chance to pick a third justice to serve on the U. S. Supreme Court president trump says it's an honor to be able to select another judicial candidate saying this will affect issues like abortion and gun rights for decades to come his nominee will be chosen from a group of women but trump double checked with supporters at a Pittsburgh campaign rally what anybody preferred that I think a man after months of blasting Mitt Romney for voting in favor of impeachment trump praised the Utah senator Alan happy thank you Matt for announcing that he's among those who support confirming a new justice to replace Ruth pater Ginsburg before the November election Jackie Quinn Washington

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Senate GOP plans vote on Trump's court pick before election

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Senate GOP plans vote on Trump's court pick before election

"Before a cheering crowd of supporters in Pittsburgh president trump announced that he will name his Supreme Court nominee late Saturday afternoon at the White House president trump about to name his third judicial picks to the nation's highest court after the death of liberal justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says he's been reflecting on the importance of Supreme Court nominations for fifty years they also policy whether it's life whether it's a second amendment he says it will be a woman insiders call judge Amy Coney Barrett the apparent favorite and president trump defended the decision to seat a ninth justice before election day nine justices it is that with the unsolicited millions of ballots that they're sending it to scammers out critics say president Obama was blocked from filling the High Court vacancy with eight months before the election so president trump should also have to wait Jackie Quinn Washington

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Senate GOP plans vote on Trump's court pick before election

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Senate GOP plans vote on Trump's court pick before election

"Before a cheering crowd of supporters in Pittsburgh president trump announced that he will name his Supreme Court nominee late Saturday afternoon at the White House president trump about to name his third judicial picks to the nation's highest court after the death of liberal justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says he's been reflecting on the importance of Supreme Court nominations for fifty years they also policy whether it's life whether it's a second amendment he says it will be a woman insiders call judge Amy Coney Barrett the apparent favorite and president trump defended the decision to seat a ninth justice before election day nine justices it is that with the unsolicited millions of ballots that they're sending it to scammers out critics say president Obama was blocked from filling the High Court vacancy with eight months before the election so president trump should also have to wait Jackie Quinn Washington

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Trump pick to replace Ginsburg will get Senate vote: McConnell

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Trump pick to replace Ginsburg will get Senate vote: McConnell

"Just hours after Justice Ginsburg's death, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell about that a Trump nominee to replace her will receive a confirmation vote on the floor of the United States Senate. This even though McConnell blocked a similar vote four years ago, not allowing President Obama to fill a vacancy on the high court, some 10 months before the end of his term. Come, McConnell said at the time. That decision should be left to the next president. Well, things are different this time. With the Senate GOP appearing too eagerly agree with President Trump, who says they have an obligation to fill Ginsberg Seat. Quote Without DeLay.

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Mitch McConnell vows US Senate will push on with Trump's pick to replace Ginsburg

AP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Mitch McConnell vows US Senate will push on with Trump's pick to replace Ginsburg

"Ginsberg's the first city justice to pass away sins Antonin Scalia, who died during the 2016 presidential race. Then President Obama nominated Merrick Garland for Scalia seat. But Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell refused to act before the election. The next president, whoever that may be, is going to be the person who chooses the next Supreme Court justice, but McConnell has said he would move to confirm a trump nominee if there was a vacancy this year.

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Ginsburg's death likely to set off battle over election year nomination

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Ginsburg's death likely to set off battle over election year nomination

"Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death he's nearly certain to set off a heated battle over whether her Supreme Court seat should stay vacant until after the November election Ginsberg's the first sitting justice to pass away since Anson and Scalia who died during the twenty sixteen presidential race then president Obama nominated Merrick garland for school leaders seat but Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell refused to act before the election the next president whoever that may be is going to be the person who chooses the next spring court justice but McConnell has said he would move to confirm a trump nominee if there was a vacancy this year Sager mag ani Washington

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Ginsburg's death likely to set off battle over election year nomination

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Ginsburg's death likely to set off battle over election year nomination

"Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death he's nearly certain to set off a heated battle over whether her Supreme Court seat should stay vacant until after the November election Ginsberg's the first sitting justice to pass away since Anson and Scalia who died during the twenty sixteen presidential race then president Obama nominated Merrick garland for school leaders seat but Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell refused to act before the election the next president whoever that may be is going to be the person who chooses the next spring court justice but McConnell has said he would move to confirm a trump nominee if there was a vacancy this year Sager mag ani Washington

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Democrats block slimmed-down GOP coronavirus relief bill as hopes fade for any more congressional support

John Howell

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

Democrats block slimmed-down GOP coronavirus relief bill as hopes fade for any more congressional support

"For Senate Republicans as Democrats in that chamber defeated GOP leaders Latest Cove in 19 Relief bill by a vote of 52 to 47 this afternoon. Senate GOP bill carried $300 billion price tag. With the House and Senate going nowhere on a new relief package. The Trump Administration is hinting that it will take unilateral action to resolve the stalemate. President

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Senate GOP's virus relief bill expected to fall in vote

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Senate GOP's virus relief bill expected to fall in vote

"The Senate's facing a possible showdown today when he takes a test vote on a trim down virus relief package there have been pessimistic sounds coming from negotiators 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 package 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 demands it's expected Congress will only pass legislation that over to federal shut down and then we'll leave Washington to head home to campaign Jackie Quinn Washington

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Senate GOP introduces slimmed-down COVID-19 relief bill that Democrats vow to block

The Vegas Take

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Senate GOP introduces slimmed-down COVID-19 relief bill that Democrats vow to block

"For a new Corona virus relief Bill. Police The Brady Fox News. The slim down Republican measure might not have enough support to clear a procedural hurdle in the Senate vote, now set for tomorrow at $300 billion Measure includes an extra $300 a week and expanded unemployment insurance more money for the Paycheck protection program. In liability protections for businesses. Republican Senator James Lankford told Fox Business was the highest need area but not subject to blanket dollars everywhere in the economy because lots of areas of the economy are doing very well right now the package is a fraction of what Democrats want. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called the bill emaciated. They say it's going nowhere.

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Senate GOP to hold a vote on "skinny" COVID-19 relief package

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00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Senate GOP to hold a vote on "skinny" COVID-19 relief package

"Republican Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will vote on a Republican proposal for Corona virus relief Thursday as NPR's Jen Newman reports it will be the first formal Senate vote on the Corona virus leak package since March. The GOP package would provide $105 billion to help schools reopen and a scaled back $300 per week. Supplemental jobless benefit. There's also $31 billion earmarked for a corona virus vaccine and 16 billion for testing. Democrats have called the proposal inadequate and are calling for more

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Senate Republicans preparing $500B virus relief proposal

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Senate Republicans preparing $500B virus relief proposal

"I might cross the reporting Senate Republicans are working on their own virus relief plan with no agreement yet on a larger corona virus relief bill Senate Republicans are putting together a five hundred billion dollar proposal according to senator Roy blunt of Missouri the GOP plan would provide three hundred dollars in weekly federal payments for unemployed people over and above state payments that would be half of what was provided in a pandemic relief bill approved earlier this year that expired at the end of July Senate GOP aides say the plan would also include ten billion dollars for the postal service sixteen billion dollars for virus testing and a twenty nine billion dollars for developing vaccines might cross yet Washington

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"senate gop" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

03:55 min | 10 months ago

"senate gop" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Seven days a week to keep our country safe Fernando coots former National Security Council official former advisor to national security advisor. HR McMaster Mr Kuc. Thank you for your service and expert joining us tonight. Thank you very much all right. More News. Stay with us. So the president's longest serving adviser Roger Stone got his sentencing recommendation from federal prosecutors today. They recommended that he gets seven to nine years in prison. Roger Roger Stone's sentencing is set for late next week ten days from now the judge can do whatever the judge wants in that case the judge is under no is under no obligation to follow that recommendation. But that's a significant recommendation prosecutor seven to nine years. Meanwhile President Trump's first national security advisor. Mike Flynn is is still awaiting his sentencing as well. But it doesn't like the Mike Flynn movie of the week is GonNa wrap up anytime soon. And here's something to watch when it comes to Flynn. You'll recall that Flynn. Lynn pled guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russia. Initially after his guilty plea he cooperated with federal prosecutors. Some federal prosecutors were very happy with that. They said that he was doing right by them. He was cooperating effectively. Prosecutors originally recommended that Flynn should get no jail time whatsoever despite him pleading guilty to a felony because they said he had provided them substantial assistance but then something happened and Mike Flynn changed. His lawyer changed. His legal approached. Stopped stopped cooperating with prosecutors and prosecutors went back to the court and change their recommendation telling the court. Well okay actually general. Flynn deserves up to six months in in jail. We revise our earlier statement that he was helping us out. And you should be lenient with them. Well things have progressed. Since then Flynn is now trying to withdraw his guilty plea altogether together. He now says he doesn't remember if he talked to the Russian government about sanctions. When he lied to that? WanNa be estimators about it. I mean all of this sort of u-turns and the Flynn case effectively meant that flint. Sentencing date has been kicked down the road and kicked down the road and kicked down the road for more than a year mail. He was initially on track to be sentenced in in December of last year. Then he was due to be sentenced last month. Then that was pushed back to this month. Today Mike Flynn sentencing. Got Postponed Indefinitely following a surprise. Filing in his case it was a surprise because it was filed on a Sunday morning which is a little bit weird in the face of it. It was also a surprise or at least intriguing because this surprise filing and Flint's case asking for asking for a sentencing to be put off indefinitely. It came just one week after journal. Bill Bar installed one of his very close close aides as the new attorney overseeing that. US Attorneys Office. Including Mike Flynn's case bill bars aid timothy. Shay took over as the the. US Attorney in Washington DC. Last week on Monday less than a week went by of Sunday morning when Shays Office filed this sort of strange motion asking for more time in the Flynn case to put off the sentencing yet. Again one other thing. That's weird about this is something that's not on that. Filing Brandon van Grech is the federal the prosecutor who's been on the Flynn case from the very beginning. It was part of the special counsel's office he stayed with the Flynn prosecution when it went from the special counsel investigation to the the US attorney in DC. He's been signed on as a prosecutor on almost all of the filings up to and including last month in the Flynn case. But all of a sudden now now with this new. Turn on the case. Brendan Van Racks. Name has vanished starting with this weird Sunday morning filing from bill bars newly minted. US Attorney asking for more time in the flame case. Suddenly Mr Van Grech Iraq is gone sums going on here. When are we finally going to find out? And who's going to tell us the history of what happened here because if it's GONNA come from. I'm bill bars office. I'm not going to trust what I hear. We'll figure it out. Watch this space. Three.

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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 WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"senate gop" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Senate GOP is eyeing the big vote against your President Trump and his emergency declaration and over in the house. They're getting ready to have a vote on this anti-hate resolution. They ought to go watch the Senate or the house committee Cavanaugh hearings and tell me that's not hate. Lot of hate. Yesterday. The house dims were clashing on and had a closed-door meeting on anti-semitism. This Representative Ilhan, Omar. She is one of the one of the new ones in Washington. And she's made some comments that. Haven't gone over. Really? Well, so House Democrats showed that they were fairly well fairly pretty deeply divided over their response to comments from this. Freshman lawmaker. Seen as antisemitic. So they do a closed-door meeting yesterday and it gets. The acrimonious. Democrats urged about rebuking the Representative Omar for her remark that Israel's supporters in the United States are pushing for quote allegiance to a foreign country. And. There's some lawmakers that sought to have it to have this resolution condemning anti-semitism and other kinds of bigotry to have this thing broadened to include anti Muslim bias while others wondered whether or not the resolution was necessary at all since the house has already passed similar measures. Representative Ted Deutch. He's jewish. He was happy about all this going on in the house yesterday. He argued strongly in favor of the resolution explaining that the charges of dual loyalty are especially offensive to Jewish Americans. Representative Yana Presley said there should be a equity in our outrage and noted that Omar one of two Muslim women in congress is facing attacks on her faith. So. So anyway, they're supposed to be a house vote on this anti-hate resolution. Which? Can they include democratic hate for the current president on that thing? See if they can pass a resolution against that. So we can get past all of this. Bs and maybe actually start to deal with some of the issues that we need to deal with like deficits, and trade and. Oh, yeah. That nonemergency that's going on down there at the border. So anyway, that's what the house is getting ready to vote on. And then over in the Senate you have opposition to President Trump's emergency border declaration. And that's that's snowballing. Now. There is Mitch McConnell is scrambling. To try to figure out a way to avoid an embarrassment for President Trump. And McConnell has long viewed a resolution of disapproval backed by Democrats as likely to pass the Senate and support for that measure is growing. There are some senators in some aides who say that they think it could get as many as fifteen Republican votes fifteen really need four, and they got those. And then that would put it in striking distance of a veto proof majority. Quote, members of the Senate ought to have a real problem and not be flippant about allowing the president. So blatantly to go around the article one power of the purse. This is what separates us from the rest of the world. We have a rule of law close, quote that was a GOP Senator. I don't have his name. Her.

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"senate gop" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

04:15 min | 1 year 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 KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Washington post. This from the hill. GOP confidence grows on Cavanaugh Senate Republicans say the brick Kavanagh's chances of confirmation have improved because of new doubts over allegations of sexual misconduct against the embattled supreme court nominee. They're growing competence was reflected Tuesday by Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell who told reporters after a meeting of the Senate GOP conference that he will have an uploads to confirm cavenaugh, the other story that was interesting was when they talked to red state, or when they the story I believe it was I believe it was political that had the story of go back and reference it check it again. But the the story that said that the red state Democrats extremely quiet Avin commodity against caviar. Well, here's again what we pointed out from the beginning. I mean logic basically dictates that if this gelling all of the Republicans all the Trump supporters and more as we heard from one caller last night saying, you know. You know, I'm not exactly on the right? I come from a long line of Democrats. But this kind of behavior by the left is something that will definitely drive me. So if we're seeing that these Democrats mansion Heitkamp Donnelly in these red states, they are pressured because right now the support is growing for cavenaugh. And if you talk about being on the line, I mean, it's probably safe to say without the Ford accusation. That maybe Heitkamp was still considering a no. Logically just based on the vote. I don't know that there's any other play. But a yes. Vote for cavenaugh for Heitkamp. I'm not saying that's gonna win her the election. I'm not saying it's gonna win mansion the election. But I know I believe what will happen. And if they don't support Cavanaugh, and they vote. No, I believe that is a that is a strong motivator for people in those states there. It is was politico. Red state Democrats refused to come out against Cavanaugh. Right. Democratic insiders are feeling more bullish than ever that the parties forty-nine caucus members will ultimately pose cavenaugh, yet, the undeclared block of democratic senators could be a problem for the democratic leaders who want to put the weight of the nomination tirelessly on a handful of Republicans. I'm very open. I haven't closed any doors on Cavanaugh. I just wanna make sure there's a fair open. And civil hearing said Representative Joe may Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia, perhaps the most conservative democrat and the man has to have a chance to clear his name. But these ladies have the complete opportunity to tell their story mentioned said the allegations have not made him any less likely to vote for cavenaugh than he was two weeks ago. It hasn't changed anything. I'm still waiting for this for this hearing. So. Well, then you look at the the the the middle, right? And and we heard from Murkowski, basically, saying she needs are the Ford, I guess and Ramirez need to be treated with respect. But during the hearing, I think the implications that during the hearing treat her with respect, I I don't know anybody that wouldn't if anybody's going to address for other than on the right other than the the the prosecutor here that has been picked by the GOP to ask questions, the two biggest wildcards mansion and Joe Donnelly both are paying close attention to how GOP senators Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins of Maine vote, according to one person with their thinking and the duo's made clear to fellow Democrats at their agonizing over the decision. They've let us know that their states are still with Cavanaugh said one democratic Senator who was pressured by Donnelly was particularly vocal about that on Tuesday at a party meeting. Yeah. So it's interesting because I thought okay because you could see Donnelly or or Heitkamp if if a Collins goes, yes, right? Murkowski goes. Yes, they go. No. But it's not about that. You said this when we first started talking about it last week you they've got to pay attention to the voters in their states. Not to how the votes are going to go. And if that gives them room to vote, yes, or no, it's the political pressure in their state that gives them the room to vote. Yes. Or no. That's it. And and again this. I'm just I don't know if this is a statement or a question or a half a statement and half the question if a mansion and a Donnelly. Because they know that you know, Collins and Murkowski can be wishy washy is they're actually more pressure on them to vote. Yes. Okay. Here's the opposite of what I was just if Murkowski and Collins are going to be no votes. Then will they feel the pressure because to them it doesn't matter? Whether it's democrat or Republican, right? Is normally the the normal thinking would be if Murkowski skin Collins are definite. Yes votes than Schumer says you go vote and vote. Yes. Because it will help you in the election. But if. They are definite. Yes votes. Okay. But if they're definitely yes votes are is there that much pressure then on a Donnelly or a mansion devote. Yes. If if they would get through I if. Anyway. Yeah. If if he's confirmed anyway. I tend to believe right now. I would say if I were putting a dollar down, my best guess would be the pressure still there in those red states on those Democrats, and it is because the people of those states will remember how they voted right? And that will be used in the ads against them the president. Yes, I believe it. We'll be used in ads. But can you imagine the ad if he isn't confirmed and the ad? Oh, yeah. You know in Indiana against Joe Donnelly would be that cabinet lost because Donnelly wouldn't vote. Yes. Democrat or Republican really doesn't matter at that point. It's the right that Cavanaugh didn't get in Reid motivates, the not only motivates the base. Well, this is this is the thing that people have done stand. This is now I have not seen since Trump announced his candidacy candidacy, the Republican party as unified as they've seen. We have not had a topic on this show in the. Last two years that has gotten this type of United front and passion from our listeners right across the you have to go back to the election. Do you have to go back to the election? Had. We haven't had this talk off the air this. I brought it up. Right. I mean, the the passion the response the emails the calls every everything else. This to me is the most passionate that I have seen Republicans across the board. So here I'll add to your your your half question. Half statement. At another half. Question have statement, by the way, we saved by doing that we have committed at that point. Because I think there's I think there's this. There's this this following theory is sound. It's not just about the vote. It's not just about the confirmation. I mean, ultimately, it is all about the confirmation or or or them denying him capital. It is about condoning that kind of behavior. Good point because I think that's more of a point than a quite well, and and I think here without the Ramirez story that may not be the case completely the Ramirez story the way it fell apart the credibility that it lacks essentially. Is was that overreach that we talked about Sunday night, Monday morning hours after the story broke is this overreach, and it I believe it is so take that out of the equation. And maybe. It is not so much about condoning the behavior. But with the Ramirez story, then add to it. Stormy gandules lawyer and all of this behavior this week. If you vote no for Cavanaugh, and you're a democrat in a red state. You're condoning your party's behavior if you're a Republican and you vote. No, it's not a vote against Cavanaugh. Right. It's a yes vote that you approve of this politics and the smearing and not founded allegations, and and basically the the the opting of the process. Yep. Ford's attorneys have controlled everything in the last week. And you allowed that to happen. Your no vote means you condone that behavior as well. That's a statement not a question. I think that high. I think this is state. Consideration. Yes. Because you don't have this situation without Ford's attorneys controlling it. No. You don't you would have had a committee vote. Monday morning. We likely would be looking at a full vote Thursday at the latest. There's going to be watching a here. There's a lot of pressure, and I believe communication between between Democrats and ebony that bombing Democrats are not pleased at all. They believe that he's doing this just to show both for himself. And they believe that if really nothing happens tomorrow that he has just helped to destroy their cause. Yes. And and and see because he doesn't come with credibility from from the beginning. He doesn't it doesn't people. Don't honestly, the whole stormy Daniels thing no one really cares about that. Except for the far left. They because they they believe it will be something part of what brings Trump down. No it won't. It will not. I think we can say Lanny Davis helped to seal that door down. So you you put with it now. Because that's that's the difference. Without the Ramirez story without the avenue. Attic claim. Because we know we're learning the details of what he's what he's saying. And and you know, the questions surrounding that haven't Atty. People are looking at this going. Yeah. Another wild claim by a guy who was has been working against Trump for a long long time and making money off of it. So all of this when it comes to election day will be about do you condone this kind of behavior? Not it's not even about believing Ford or believing Ramirez or not, and it's not even a do you support Trump issue? No, it is do you condone this behavior where the process is delayed and anybody making a claim without evidence. Even with the New York Times unable in one case to find after interviewing several dozen people one I that had firsthand knowledge. When you look at that that's going to be the question on election day for those several is always been about their vote. You've got the the the five or six here that are gonna make or break the cavenaugh confirmation. So whether he gets confirmed or not how they vote matters eight six six ninety redeye. We'll be right.

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"senate gop" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Two twin cities news talk gave 1130 thirty 1035 ever been one hour from now we will be joined by senator paul gives okay and what hopefully will be company a weekly visit during the legislative session get his thoughts on what's happened so far in sort of a preview on on the senate gop agenda for the rest of the session pretty interesting i mean it's it's it's it's certainly not do nothing but but based off the list and we'll talk with with senator bog is all about it i like i like where there where their heads are at a course the big question is whether or not they're going to be successful in in pushing through uh during sam's top five on number two was trump saying he would have russian school an armed he says you don't know until you're tested but i really think i believe i run in there even if i didn't have a weapon i think most people in in this room would have done that too when you when you hear him make the comment aides we've talked about trump being like a talk show host it was very sort of talk show host sakaf it was off the cuff in very much off the coast and it was very genuine and and and i heard it didn't take issue of course this is this is prompted article after article of let's look at the list of places where trump didn't wrote in ju of danger i know the the media just as there so daum you know trump makes a little off the cuff remark like this and the proper thing to do was just go can you know he was sort of speaking extemporaneously it's all use up there talking policy or anything like that but of course at the at the press briefing with a sarah huckabee sanders you've got i forget which journalists to was you've got one of the reporters up there going is the president dr trained in crisis situations and in how to use a firearm and in how to handle going into situations such of course is not that was that was idiot go that's it up as who said that was slowed tapie's remarks for what they are yeah just president trump being trump speaking off the cuff i would think i'll be stepping back further from that i think it was just president trump talking about the the issue.

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"senate gop" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"That's not exactly what the bill would do we're seeing some taxes grew up in and distributional analysis because of a scoring assumption not because of tax rates are even tax policy ranking democrat on the committee senator ron wyden suggests that's a convenient dodge republicans are going to pass elemmann of exactly how many different ways hardworking americans can be forced to pony up vast sums for corporate out this latest development adds to republican concerns about an uncertain future for their bill in the senate votes on it linda kenyon capitol hill correspondent rita foley reports on the feud between alabama's candidate roy more and the republican party among those who called on ruined more to drop out of the gop senate race in alabama publican national committee the senate gop campaign committee beyond the party's leading is in congress but more denies the allegations of sexual misconduct with young teenage girls and defiantly tweets to top senate republican mitch mcconnell bring it on meanwhile the senate has its own problems with one of its members democrat al franken of minnesota after a los angeles newscaster accused him of forcible sexual harassment while on a two thousand six uso tour to iran and afghanistan he's the first member of congress caught up in the recent wave of allegations of sexual abuse and inappropriate behaviour franken apologized but the criticism grew through the fellow democrat swiftly condemned his actions mindful of the current climate as well as the prospect of political blowback frank it announced he will support and cooperate with senator uh uh the investigation into his conduct a wall street that up on.

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"senate gop" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Power law choice spoke to the igc the veteran's day program at the mid atlantic republican claw the now at this morning the senate gop campaign tom formally ended a rousing agreement with more just a month before the december twelve special election about romney as kohl for four to drop out of the race bagged and trump says russia president john denied interfering in the 2016 presedential election trump told reporters yesterday he did ask putin at the summit about allegations russia meddled in the 2016 election trump said putin again vehemently denied having done anything trump said quote look i can't stand there and argue with him i would rather get out of series to be honest with you i would rather have i would rather see him get to work with him on ukraine other than john uh targeting about whether or not i shall be the whole thing sabae by the democrats fox's amy kellogg president trump spoke in vietnam the latest stop i was truly preacher eloy adage incredible to see incredible to watch president trump speaking at a state gene annoy veteran's day a special meeting the she small south texas community where church massacre occurred last weekend nearly half the victims ties to the therefore attack victims with military backgrounds nato military salute today on the grounds of the community hall and sutherland's phrase nissan balance.

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"senate gop" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Power law choice spoke to the igc the veteran's day program at the mid atlantic republican claw the now at this morning the senate gop campaign tom formally ended a rousing agreement with more just a month before the december twelve special election about romney as kohl for four to drop out of the race bagged and trump says russia president john denied interfering in the 2016 presedential election trump told reporters yesterday he did ask putin at the summit about allegations russia meddled in the 2016 election trump said putin again vehemently denied having done anything trump said quote look i can't stand there and argue with him i would rather get out of series to be honest with you i would rather have i would rather see him get to work with him on ukraine other than john uh targeting about whether or not i shall be the whole thing sabae by the democrats fox's amy kellogg president trump spoke in vietnam the latest stop i was truly preacher eloy adage incredible to see incredible to watch president trump speaking at a state gene annoy veteran's day a special meeting the she small south texas community where church massacre occurred last weekend nearly half the victims ties to the therefore attack victims with military backgrounds nato military salute today on the grounds of the community hall and sutherland's phrase nissan balance.

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"senate gop" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Six w nieghby what's going on in saudi arabia we've got a guest who's going to be chatting with us live from tehran but we'll be talking about saudi arabia after we check the news headlines upstairs there's roger battle longterm the owner john hart of shearing near been dismissed the unanimous vote to dismiss trump miller came after a board members sort of the board lost confidence in his ability to lead the commission effectively after the meeting miller said the commission has worked hard despite limited budget longtime republican political operatives are fearful that the gop might lose one of its senate seats in alabama in spite of roy morris stood niles actual encounter with a 14yearold girl several decades ago a senate gop campaigner formally fundraising agreement with more just a month before a december twelve special presidential nominee in 2012 mitt romney as called for more to drop out of the race over governor pat quinn donating a portion of his private papers to northwestern universe of donation includes his correspondent with families of fallen military veterans quinn collected programs notes and other mementos from the military funerals he attended as governor governor john other next on wgn thank goodness ju i need fire extinguishers right what placed important ambience a regular inspection great and what about my new hires will get them into uniforms and keep king shot what about the scene cabinet fully stat wasn't this morning it is now and so are the restrooms wow cintas really seems to.

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"senate gop" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on WGTK

"Of all dot com i'm gordon griffith the senate gop eased campaign arms fund raise were alabama gop nominee roy more paperwork in commission shows the national republican senator removed its name from the obama 2017 senate victory committee that's a joint fundraising drive that also includes the alabama republican party and the republican national committee the split follows allegations the judge roy moore engaged in inappropriate sexual conduct with a 14yearold girl several decades ago when moore was in his thirties the report is prompted several senate republicans call on more to withdraw from next month's election if the allegations are true judge roy moore denies the allegations and calls them fake news lending kenyan washington a day four meetings for president donald trump at an economic summit in vietnam there has been a tearful meeting at the mayo clinic in minnesota for apparently together by a face transplant lilley ross donated the face of her late husband with meeting any it is finally given mean closure indy sanders put a rifle below his chin in late two thousand six and pulled the trigger he says this transplant is giving him new life through insanity elevator in our diet your face because you're scared is fair another vehicle lilley ross was worried before the meeting fearful of the certain reminders of her husband who took his own life but you saw a man whose life had changed through her husband's gift since everything's happened his family send is says he wants to show this gift of a new face was not wasted we have an obligation now to show this as they renew everything warning i'm ed donahue the parents of a chinese scholar allegedly abducted and killed annoy had hoped to stay in the united states until the remains of their daughter were found but after months of agony they're ready to return to china where they will wait for answers half a world away more on these stories at tom mike gallagher here again for one of my all time and i mean all time favorite sponsors relief factor dot com i story simple i.

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"senate gop" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"States are now working to make it harder to cast a ballot as we gear up for the year ahead i hope you will join me in preserving the vote by getting involved in the acl used let people vote campaign visit vote duck people power onward dot oh are jape that's vote done people powered todd o r j help us defend the foundation of our democracy the right to vote he mucin i'd senate rupe senate gop nominee roy more breaking his silence tonight vehemently denying claims that he sexually abused a 14yearold girl when he was thirty two this coming as one of his most vocal supporters steve bannon is about to take the stage at this event right here in charleston south carolina the president's former chief strategist has already come to moore's defence listen the bees owes amazon washington post that dropped that dime on donald trump is the same visas amazon washington post the drop the dime to say after noon on judge roy moore now is that a coincidence that's what i mean when i say opposition party but those comments add to the growing divide now mojo republicans members of the establishment if you will slamming dominant bannon for backing candidates they say don't belong in washington josh homes senator mitch mcconnell's former top aide saying this will show you this is what happens when you let reckless incompetent idiots like steve bannon go out and recruit candidates who have absolutely no business running for the us senate out front now republican congressman lee zeldin of new york congressman thanks so much for coming in.

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

The Resistance Report with Robert Reich

01:48 min | 3 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 AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The failure of the ach cia or the b r a p h a there's once redmond covered by linda raised with you because you've been published elected mitch mcconnell and john mccain and then going around for decades mitch mcconnell has been the enemy of mccainfeingold in fact he brought it down the constitutional channels the first one to mccainfeingold was brought by mcconnell macabre zafy see the immigration bill the john mccain brought was a disaster for the party against the recommendations of his seat maecha kyle and everybody else he's a disasters a legislator and then he he crashes the party again it's not a trump story it's a john mccain in the senate gop caucus story but for never trumpers everything has to be a trump story and for democrats everything has to be a trump's story i think we're losing perspective that it's only one branch out of three well the president with all too happy to take credit for healthcare when he had a little mission accomplished their money in the rose garden the house passed and he cleverly set it up so that may phone calls here and there and he and he pushed the on twitter who they if they got something gone i think he would have been the absolute first the same look like oh mess did but he set himself apart from the practice enough that if it went failed he had deniability and could say oh it was their fault they they didn't get it done so i think you know trump set himself up in a winwin situation but he absolutely i mean look i talked a lot of republicans on the now and they on tonight at inkatha vision staved got issues its processing of extremely flawed numbers putting crumbling about it from the start i but they would have liked to see more leadership from the president and they an and there are a lot of people who believe that had he been more and bomb just in setting some guidelines just in telling them what he wanted out on the process when it made it a lot easier for for them to achieve a result so in the absolutely true absolutely true molly you think john kelly is can be successful as chief of staff you know i don't know the.

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"senate gop" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The beijing were they continue to trade very heavily with north korea new sanctions of the um post on north korea iran and russia after being overwhelmingly approved by congress the legislation now goes to president trump russia's foreign minister says moscow's being forced to respond to the economic penalties but then it still were willing to improve ties with washington their calls for a bipartisan effort on health care reform after the senate gop version was defeated the actual skinny repeal bill was only unveiled at ten p it was voted down as john mccain join two other republicans voting no the eyes or forty nine the moser fifty one his last attempt to getting a republican only repeal and replace bill approved shot down on majority leader mitch mcconnell said democrats shouldn't gloat but maybe put up it'll be interesting to see what he ran as a presidential candidate wanting to repeal every single word of obamacare senator ted cruz says many of his fellow republicans who wavered along the way now had campaigned for repeal and the american people are entirely justified and saying any paul titian told me that the other way bob costantini capitol hill the children's area attractions and some other ohio state fair rides are expected to reopen soon while inspections of other rides continue after a deadly accident this week the ohio agriculture department says the fares kitty landed other low impact rides including the giant slide have been reinspected and cleared to resume operations 28 rides will be up and running this afternoon less than half of what is usually at the ohio state fair on wall street the dow jones industrial average down five points the s p off six i'm anne cates i met someone you hear it a lot from people on match because more people have met there are some one on match than on any other dating app everyone wants to find that meaningful connection and matches.

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"senate gop" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"A couple quick housekeeping notes before we get going out remember you can email us your questions if you have them at nerd cast at politico dot com and please remember to rate us uh subscribe and right written reviews if you have time uh of the cast on i tunes or your favorite podcasts app we love getting your feedback it helps us make nur cast better so please uh rate us review us any feedback do you have on on i tunes or your preferred podcast platform all right let's bring in the nerd cast panel we have senior politics editor charlie motassium hey got national political reporter eliana johnson hello and senior reporter nancy cook hello all right our first data point this week twenty two million that was the projected increase in the number of uninsured people contained in the analysis of the senate gop healthcare plan on monday by the congressional budget office and by tuesday the first votes on the plan had been delayed so nancy where does the healthcare fight go from here we just talked last week about the senate bill longawaited senate bill being unveiled what republicans going to try to do with that building garner more support from moderates and conservatives going forward not an openended question it all over here on a major policy issue well i would say that either the vote was really delay just because there weren't simply the votes there and this sort of two things at play one uh the senate bill as it stands now it doesn't appeal to moderates and a dozen appeal to conservatives.

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"senate gop" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"senate gop" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Home would use my mother as a pawn in a protest that nobody knows anything about the senate gop is planning a healthcare vote for next thursday they're planning this vote for next thursday but they plan on releasing the bill this thursday so we're going to have a week we're going to have a week to review what exactly it is that they're trying to pass senate republicans are planning according to senate gop aides to have a vote next week that is still the goal that is still the plan and that is certainly sparked urgency among senate democrats on the kind of two levels will first and foremost they haven't been involved in this process as such they're going to try and slow things down in the senate a place where you can't get anything done if not all senators approve are moving forward so that means they will try and shut down committee hearings they will try and shut down floor proceedings and throughout the night tonight unlikely later on this week you'll have a democratic senators taking the floor talking about the the process to crying that process and all i'm sitting here wondering is is this thing better i could throw out every stinking cliche the devil you know versus the devil you don't own we we know this devil it's the devil we'll be careful and i hope a week to review for those of us who have a grip on reality we'll be enough because otherwise we're just going to have to what trust others trust the group's trust the groups like are trying to use my mom is opondo look look at the here's a face and my mother is going to be part of this it gets a routes and i'm not going to tell her to stay inside it's not ninety five degrees and cleveland so whatever gets around and she can enjoy yourself maybe we'll get or some icecream munoz i wanted to see us have more time because everybody has no problems they all the republicans are doing this opened the republicans are doing this openly and there's room for debate on that there is there's room for debate on that and it would be very easy for me to say ytl remember the democrats being all that all that willing to debates when they wanted.

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