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It's Election Day. Take a breath. Here's what to expect.

Bloomberg Markets

06:27 min | 2 weeks ago

It's Election Day. Take a breath. Here's what to expect.

"Politics. And this landscape in particular, Wendy Schiller joins us. She of Brown University, of course on a friend to the program, and Teo Is the station with the chair of political science again at Brown University. Wendy, What is your base case? No. I just get right to it. I think here's what I think will will know from some congressional races, I think, signaling earlier than even the presidential races. We know that there's a lot of people who are elected in 2018 in what we call competitive swing district like Virginia, for example. Leave Illinois. We have a couple of races in Texas that look really tight and are surprisingly competitive. We have a couple of Minnesota, you know if things start to swing in congressional district sooner. For the Democrats. Then you start to think, Okay, maybe buy will have a very good night. But, you know, we'll know about Florida will know about North Carolina will know about Arizona, and we'll know about Georgia, probably, but before midnight tonight, and if all of those swing for Trump If Trump looks really healthy in those states and looks like he could win, then I think things get very, very dicey for Biden, so that's a big sort of vomit or buying only when one of those states You know, one of those four states or look like he's in the lead in a considerable lead in one of those states for him, that sort of have a more relaxed night. But if he if Trump wins, all of Omar looks like he's going to win all of them, I think that that tells us that this sort of blue wave we thought might emerge isn't going to emerge the same way. So, Professor. How do you think the Senate will shake out is there in fact, you know the market's kind of suggesting here today that a blue wave may in fact be in the cards? How do you think that might go in the Senate? That that that's a great question, Paul because you think about the Senate, and you think you know Mitch McConnell is totally immune. This time, you would have thought if there's a big blue wave. You know, The guy has really been the poster boy for the campaign against the Republicans controlling the Senator Mitch McConnell. He's goingto probably breeze to reelection, some a little suspicious of that big blue way for the Senate. Iowa looks neck and neck. You know, we had a recent poll. That's very credible that looks like Joni Ernst can pull it out and stay. You know if Cal Cunningham can win in North Carolina That suggests probably that the Democrats might get 51. If they can win Maine as well. Probably away in Arizona. Probably gonna win Colorado and lose Alabama, so they're looking at probably minimally a 51 49 Republican, or 50, 50 51 49 Democrats. So I think that's where they you know, we don't know. And I think that's where North Carolina becomes so important, even even if we don't know by Trump. You know, it's Cal Cunningham looks like he's really gonna win that race that suggest better things. The Democrats across the board for the Senate Say some of that again. When do you say Arizona is definitely going to go Democrat Texas? What did you say about Texas? And then also, I think, Arizona for Mark Kelly. I think he's been polling very consistently ahead of Martha makes alley. But you can imagine, let's say people voting for more. Kelly, a former astronaut. You know and not voting for Joe Biden. You know, voting for Kelly because they want him over more than Sally and they voted for Trump in Arizona. You didn't see the Democrats winning Senate in Arizona but not winning the presidential race. Then Texas is, you know, shocking right? The turnout in Texas has been absolutely shocking. And but it looks like John Cornyn comfortably ahead of head guard that the challenger there, But I think the issue is that Trump is only basically one point ahead in Texas, which is just you know, if you think about politics, just stunning. Same with Georgia. George will be interesting because it does not get 50% or more against us off. Then you've got to run off elections in Georgia in January, and I think that's really going to be some interesting voting dynamics, so it's possible the Senate Democrats could ultimately end up with a 51 of 52 majority, but I still think it's a bit of a long shot. So Professor if the presidential election becomes contested, what is your kind of base case for how it may play out? I think we could be faced with an unprecedented historic situation. I think you know if we have a tie, for example, if in the Electoral College in December's actually a tie, it goes to the newly elected house, which is expected Thio more Democratic. However, the Republicans still control more votes in state delegations than the Democrats, and that's Probably isn't going to change so you could conceivably have literally the house electing a re electing President Trump but in the Senate. If it's 51 49 with the new Senate and its new Democrats, then they may like Tomahawk. Advice. I mean, really, quite stunning. It's really stunning thing. So I think so many things have changed already in 2020 weather, Trump gets reelected or not, is obviously monumental. But even if he gets reelected, I think the Democrats have shown they know how to mobilize voters, and I think they've shown some of these states have changed a lot in terms of demographics, and they are going to be more competitive, moving forward. Which changes the nature of politics going to 2022. If we know that politicians look at the next election the minute this election is over, and so when we start to think about what the balance of power might be in the Senate house in 2022 these gains the Democrats appear to be making among voters in the states. Changes a lot of dynamics, which will probably change some of the policies coming out of Congress. Yeah, I mean, it's really the African American gold, right, Wendy and how much more of that will see? We're already seeing, you know, a lot more engagement. Yeah. So I think African American who has always been key in North Carolina and Georgia had about 64% African American turnout in 2016. It wasn't enough because those numbers were not hit in in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania among African American voters, and they, you know they may or may not get there. If they get there, I think Biden winds relatively easily. But what's interesting is suburban white women. Of all educational levels seem to be really vehemently at the moment against Trump in the polls, and it could be that instead of the black vote really being key in the Midwest, it ends up being white women. Which would be really interesting shift, you know, mirrors 2018 when white, the majority of white women voted for democratic candidates, But it would change the nature of the Democratic coalition. If that were the deciding factor, So that's what I'm looking for. I'm looking for turnout, particularly in particular counties in Michigan. Well, we still have. A lot of people are gonna vote in person and certainly in Pennsylvania when you were really out of time. But I am desperate to

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"senate house" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:37 min | 3 months ago

"senate house" Discussed on WJR 760

"Senate House and Senate, the Senate by the State House and Senate over the last week. Under these bills, schools will have flexibility when it comes to the number of school days. Instructional Our student count in attendance. Due to the cove in 19 pandemic. There's also a covert 19 learning plan that'll allow district to be flexible adapting programs. Each district has to submit their plans to the state schools will have to describe how instruction will be delivered, whether remote or in person. Wayne State University will have the largest freshman class in the 152 year. History of the school University President Emery Wilson says Wayne will have more than 3100 incoming students. Free tuition to Detroit High School graduates is a big lore 59% increase over last year. The means are our students. First time students, black tunes, You know, that's Ah Just unprecedented are obviously we're very pleased with them. We think that the there are a number of reasons for that, one of which is the harder Detroit tuition pledge that we announced last year. Black community leaders criticizing Wayne State University for a low black student enrollment and graduation. Wilson says minority graduation rates have tripled since 2011. The body of a priest missing since a boating accident earlier this week has been found in the Detroit River. The body of Reverend Steven Rooney was found in Lake Erie near the Fermi Power plant this morning. Well, south from where the vote he was writing capsized. Reverend Rooney has been missing since Sunday night when the boat he was in overturn ear Stoney Island just off the gross seal shoreline. Steve Bannon was one once one of President Trump's most trusted advisors. Now he's facing federal fraud charges, Steve Kastenbaum says. The U. S attorney announced that Bannon and others have been indicted for allegedly defrauding people who donated money. To build a border wall. The acting U. S attorney in New York Southern District alleges that Steve Bannon and others orchestrated a scheme to defraud hundreds of thousands of donors in connection with an online crowdfunding campaign called we build the wall. It raised more than $25 million to build a border wall along the southern border of the U. S. The charges allege that Bannon and others said all of the money would be spent on construction of the wall, but instead hundreds of thousands of dollars were secretly passed onto Bryan Cole Fage. The public face of the We build The wall campaign. Steve Kastenbaum, NEW YORK President. Trump travels to Joe Biden's hometown for a speech the same day. The former vice president accepts the Democratic Party's nomination for President. Biden campaign political strategist Simone Sanders says they're not worried at all about what appears to be trump, patrolling by way, actually appreciate President Trump going out there because the American people will get to see a tale of two presidents. Tonight. You will see Donald Trump doing what he always does. Talking about himself lobbing attacks. We will see vice president buying tonight talking about the American people talking about his vision for the future. It's the final night of the four day first of its kind, virtual convention and includes the speech. The Joe Biden has been waiting more than 30 years to give At the virtual Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee. Hi, I'm Jim Room the Dow up 71 points right now. NASDAQ is up. 1 19 4 W. J R News. I'm Marie Osborne. We have guy Gordon. Coming your way in two minutes. Hi. I'm Dr Anita Chandra with today's tip for kids from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Helmets are important for every bike, right,.

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U.S. Senate, House steer toward first votes on competing police reform bills

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. Senate, House steer toward first votes on competing police reform bills

"On Capitol Hill the house and the Senate have competing and competing police reform bills the bill and the Democrat controlled house would ban police from using show called the bill in the Republican controlled Senate is a little more nuanced according to lead author senator Tim Scott of South Carolina he says his bill encourages departments to change their rules or risk losing federal funds the house knows this and knows that you can't ban local use of chokeholds or state user chuckles except for to compel behavior by the federal grants that come into play and by removing those federal grants you actually position those departments took to to change their behavior changed our policy he was on ABC's this week the Senate bill is expected to come up for a vote this week as for the house bill president trump tweeted this last night the Democrat house wants to pass the bill this week that will destroy our

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"senate house" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:59 min | 11 months ago

"senate house" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And get the show will be like all of them we don't care what all the cable news channels think of the biggest story today I'm just not that interested for instance impeachment we'll bring you the stuff you need to know when when something funny ridiculous happens we'll tell you about it or not your honor about it like so many do join us for the fun stuff in the stuff you oughta know on the Armstrong get a show Armstrong and getting five AM to ten AM on AM seven sixty eight breaking news this this whole race that's coming up here this whole race the presidential race the congressional as the Senate races all this kind of stuff there are going to be so many moving pieces ebbing and flowing but the one thing the progressives are most afraid of but one thing they are most afraid of I'm telling you right now is there becoming a social issue the galvanizes everybody and I have a feeling this gun fight not gun fight but this gun fight in Virginia exactly the kind of thing that can blow up in the faces these levels because they have made it their mission to knock back your second amendment rights and I think this is going to be an issue at every stage of the election primaries generals Senate house you name it I think gun rights is the thing that's gonna galvanize people that homelessness I am seven sixty talking breaking news in service for the update a man serving a restraining order at a Pacific beach apartment building ends up with a gun in his face the brief standoff that ensued next the AM seven sixty KFMB hi this is news eight Kyle Cresco you don't always honored to be asked to endorse a product or a business but before I do I always sit down first with the person behind that business our product I need to believe in that person or for saying that you should what now made with.

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House leaders march Trump impeachment articles to the Senate

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 11 months ago

House leaders march Trump impeachment articles to the Senate

"The yeas are two hundred and twenty eight the nays are one hundred ninety three that historic vote mostly along party lines was to approve the transmittal of the two articles of impeachment to the Senate house speaker Nancy Pelosi signing the notification so sad so tragic for a country and that the actions taken by the president to undermine our national security to violate his oath of office house impeachment managers can't read the articles to the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says they will be accepted in a day and the Supreme Court justice will be sworn in I'm confident this body can rise above short termism and factional favor and serve the long term best interest of our nation president trump denies wrongdoing in his dealings with Ukraine Jackie Quinn Washington

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi could transfer impeachment articles to the Senate as early as tomorrow

Fresh Air

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi could transfer impeachment articles to the Senate as early as tomorrow

"After nearly a month delay the impasse over president trump's impeachment trial is coming to an end and here's a me held reports speaker Nancy Pelosi says the house will vote tomorrow on transmitting the impeachment articles to the Senate house speaker Nancy Pelosi told Democrats in a closed meeting she is releasing her hold on impeachment articles and the ceremonial delivery to the Senate is expected tomorrow house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer is coordinating with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on those logistics the house will also vote on a measure appointing managers they'll act like prosecutors in the Senate trial making the case that that trump should be removed from office the trial is expected to begin in the coming

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi could transfer impeachment articles to the Senate as early as tomorrow

Fresh Air

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi could transfer impeachment articles to the Senate as early as tomorrow

"After nearly a month delay the impasse over president trump's impeachment trial is coming to an end and here's a me held reports speaker Nancy Pelosi says the house will vote tomorrow on transmitting the impeachment articles to the Senate house speaker Nancy Pelosi told Democrats in a closed meeting she is releasing her hold on impeachment articles and the ceremonial delivery to the Senate is expected tomorrow house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer is coordinating with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on those logistics the house will also vote on a measure appointing managers they'll act like prosecutors in the Senate trial making the case that that trump should be removed from office the trial is expected to begin in the coming

Pelosi: Senators Will 'Pay' Price for Blocking Witnesses

AP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Pelosi: Senators Will 'Pay' Price for Blocking Witnesses

"We're getting closer to see what president trump's impeachment trial will look like a P. is Mike captain reports the house will vote this week on what it will spend the articles of impeachment to the Senate house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she'll know Tuesday after a meeting with the house democratic caucus when the articles will be transmitted will determine in our meeting when we send them over hello see tells A. B. C.'s this week that senators will pay a price if they block new witnesses from testifying in the impeachment trial it's about a fair trial they taken to take have a fair trial and we think that would be with witnesses and documentation Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is reluctant to call more witnesses and wants a quick trial to acquit the

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Pelosi says Trump impeachment articles will go to Senate next week

Texas Home Improvement

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Pelosi says Trump impeachment articles will go to Senate next week

"After weeks of holding the articles of impeachment against president trump from the Senate house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she'll send them next week last night president trump discusses what it would look like and who he wants to see testify if they have a trial probably takes a few days or a week and or less we one have a bigger trout when we bring in the whistle blower which I'd love to do and I'd love to bring in the in the informal who disappeared I'd love to bring in a second whistleblower who disappeared I'd love to bring in the inspector general why did he bring it up there he should have never done it the president spoke with fox's fox news is Laura Ingraham and goes on to say he also wants to bring in hunter and

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Pelosi says Trump impeachment articles will go to Senate next week

The Car Pro Show

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Pelosi says Trump impeachment articles will go to Senate next week

"After weeks of holding the articles of impeachment against president trump from the Senate house speaker Nancy Pelosi says that she will send them next week president trump sat down in an exclusive interview with fox news is Laura Ingram last night to discuss what it would look like and who he wants to see tester five they have a trial probably takes a few days or a week and or less we wanna have a bigger trout when we bring in the whistle blower which I'd love to do and I'd love to bring in the informal who disappeared I'd love to bring in a second whistleblower who disappeared I'd love to bring in the inspector general why did he bring it up there he should have never done and the president goes on to say he also wants to bring in hunter and Joe Biden

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Pelosi will not send articles of impeachment to the Senate today

Michael Berry

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

Pelosi will not send articles of impeachment to the Senate today

"The Senate house speaker Nancy Pelosi continues to hold on to the articles impeachment of impeachment against president trump house Judiciary Committee ranking member representative Doug Collins says he doesn't expect the articles of impeachment will be sent over to the Senate today we've already approved the rule that would actually let that bill come before which names the managers and then actually sends the bills a lot not been notified yet to be a very short of a once it happens but I've not been notified so I'm not looking for it today the house voted last month to impeach the president after a whistle blower filed a complaint about president trump's July twenty fifth phone call with Ukraine's president Vladimir

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John Bolton says he is prepared to testify in Senate trial if subpoenaed

First Light

03:35 min | 11 months ago

John Bolton says he is prepared to testify in Senate trial if subpoenaed

"If the Senate decides to call witnesses in the impeachment trial of president trump former national security adviser John Bolton now says he would honor a subpoena Phil Mattingly gets us up to date on what that might mean white with a single statement former national security adviser John Bolton jolted an impeachment process that has been stuck in a stalemate Bolton who declined to testify in the house impeachment inquiry now saying he has concluded quote if the Senate issues a subpoena for my testimony hi I am prepared to comply it's a shift with major ramifications in the Senate house Democrats are treating impeachment like a political toy for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and democratic leader Chuck Schumer have been battling for weeks over whether to subpoena witnesses a trial without all the facts is a farce Bolton's possible testimony could be key given his central role in the democratic investigation highlighted in the house and by his lawyer who in November said Bolton quote was personally involved in many of the events meetings and conversations about which you have already received testimony as well as many relevant meetings and conversations that have not yet been discussed the new development underscore a democratic strategy to withhold sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate I hope for a and believe there's a decent chance that for Republicans will join us if they do we will have a fair trial for Republicans joining with all forty seven of the chamber's Democrats these all Schumer would need to fashion a trial along the lines he's been pushing for with Democrats eyeing a group of potential GOP converts to help their costs even as none at least to this point have expressed a willingness to go that route both Schumer and house speaker Nancy Pelosi seizing on every new development to underscore the need for documents and witnesses now hello see reacting to the bold news tweeting quote the president and senator McConnell have run out of excuses saying through correspondent Phil Mattingly it is nine minutes past the hour well it appears that Congress is going to be briefed later this week on president trump's actions in the Middle East let's bring in when the canyon for that Michael senator McConnell says he believes the details and the justification for the attack will become more clear on Wednesday when the administration brief is Congress going out maintained a shred just the threat of national unity for five minutes for five minutes before deepening the partisan trenchers but the trenches have already been deepened says Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer who worries not only about the operation but about how trump when about notifying Congress and the American people the American people need clarity that the trump administration has a plan not just the tweet a plan to keep our troops our nation and our people safe senator McConnell warns this kind of rhetoric is premature could win lose remember we're all Americans first and we're all in this together senator Schumer says we are in this together that's why he says we all should be worried about president trump his policies seem to be characterized by you radic impulsive and often egotistical behavior with little regard to a long term strategy Hawaii democratic senator may see her on says the president's actions will lead to a cascade of consequences rather than de escalating the tensions that are already there I think we've done the opposite with the president's a precipitous action for senator Schumer the issue is clear in my view president trump does not does not have authority to go to war with Iran to that end the house is taking up a resolution this week that firmly states what authority the president does

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John Bolton says he is prepared to testify in Senate trial if subpoenaed

First Light

01:54 min | 11 months ago

John Bolton says he is prepared to testify in Senate trial if subpoenaed

"Well if the Senate decides to call witnesses in the impeachment trial of president trump former national security adviser John Bolton now says he would honor a subpoena Phil Mattingly gets us up to date on what that might mean white with a single statement former national security adviser John Bolton jolted an impeachment process that has been stuck in a stalemate Bolton who declined to testify in the house impeachment inquiry now saying he has concluded quote if the Senate issues a subpoena for my testimony hi I am prepared to comply it's a shift with major ramifications in the Senate house Democrats are treating impeachment like a political toy for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and democratic leader Chuck Schumer have been battling for weeks over whether to subpoena witnesses a trial without all the facts is a farce Bolton's possible testimony could be key given his central role in the democratic investigation highlighted in the house and by his lawyer who in November said Bolton quote was personally involved in many of the events meetings and conversations about which you have already received testimony as well as many relevant meetings and conversations that have not yet been discussed the new development underscore a democratic strategy to withhold sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate I hope for a and believe there's a decent chance that for Republicans will join us if they do we will have a fair trial for Republicans joining with all forty seven of the chamber's Democrats these all Schumer would need to fashion a trial along the lines he's been pushing for with Democrats eyeing a group of potential GOP converts to help their costs even as none at least to this point have expressed a willingness to go that route both Schumer and house speaker Nancy Pelosi seizing on every new development to underscore the need for documents and witnesses now hello see reacting to the bold news tweeting quote the president and senator McConnell have run out of excuses

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President Donald Trump impeached by US House on 2 charges

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

President Donald Trump impeached by US House on 2 charges

"Only minutes after the historic impeachment of president Donald Trump house speaker Nancy Pelosi tells reporters she can't say when the articles will be sent to the Senate house speaker Nancy Pelosi tells reporters on Capitol Hill she and other house democratic leaders what Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to include two key things in president trump's trial witnesses as that the present with help from us their documents that the president with help from the US she adds we have legislation approved by the rules committee that will enable us to decide how we will send over articles of impeachment Pelosi also says they cannot name impeachment managers house prosecutors to present the case until they know more about how the Senate will conduct the trial to McGuire Washington

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Democrats unveil Trump articles of impeachment

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Democrats unveil Trump articles of impeachment

"The White House calls the articles of impeachment against president trump basalis and says will be fully exonerated in the Senate house Democrats unveiled to formal charges against Mr trump abuse of power

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White House rejects invite to participate in any House impeachment hearings

WBZ Midday News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

White House rejects invite to participate in any House impeachment hearings

"ABC news senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega reports Mr trump's response has now been made public light house lawyers telling house Democrats quote your impeachment inquiry is completely baseless and has violated basic principles of due process and fundamental fairness and you should end this inquiry now and not waste even more time with additional hearings they say this would be a reckless abuse of power and they are quoting the president who just said that if you're going to impeach me do it fast so we can focus on a trial in the Senate house judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler he says they have subpoenaed top administration officials only to be repeatedly is met with stone calling from this White House he says the American people deserve answers from the president he says they're

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Trump impeachment: White House responds to deadline and says it won't participate in hearing

WBZ Morning News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Trump impeachment: White House responds to deadline and says it won't participate in hearing

"The latest now in the impeachment inquiry president trump response to house Democrats a Friday deadline to announce whether he will present a formal defense and the next house impeachment hearings ABC news senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega reports the president's response has now been made public White House lawyers telling house Democrats quote your impeachment inquiry is completely baseless and has violated basic principles of due process and fundamental fairness and you should end this inquiry now and not waste even more time with additional hearings they say this would be a reckless abuse of power and they are quoting the president who just said that if you're going to a each me do it fast so we can focus on a trial in the Senate house judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler he says they have subpoenaed top administration officials only to be repeatedly is met with stonewalling from this White House he says the American people deserve answers from the president he says they are

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Pelosi resists Democratic calls to start impeachment proceedings

America in the Morning

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Pelosi resists Democratic calls to start impeachment proceedings

"Till the House Democratic caucus remains fragmented on the issue of impeachment of President Trump. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has the story. Speaker Nancy Pelosi remains cautious. About impeachment saying it is more important to conduct careful investigation and build an airtight case for impeachment rather than to charge headlong into impeachment proceedings house majority whip James Clyburn beliefs. That's true. Yes. Feel a big on. We've got all of these committees doing their work we have in hearings. We've already one two court cases, and their other cases that are still to be determined state of the union Kleiber says, Democrats must be careful to build a case that sticks. Is trying to do and the rest of us in the house of Representative. This is to the Vela process by which we can physically move on this issue. West Virginia Democrat, Joe Manchin, CBS face the nation. He does not believe impeachment is the right way to go a little over seventeen months to the next election. If you wanna go through impeachment we get very little done there. Anyway, we're get nothing done. If you go into that next, there's not one Republican in the Senate that would vote for impeachment, so why waste your time you have an election coming up Pinon there and make your choice, saying impeachment while lightly in the house is equally likely to hit a brick wall in the Senate house, intelligence committee, chairman Adam Schiff tells ABC's this week he agrees for now will look, I think we're going to do what's right for the country and at this point, this speaker has not reached the conclusion, I haven't either that is best for the country to put us through an appeasement preceding that we know is destined for failure in the Senate. Now that calculus bay chain. If the president continues to stonewall if the president continues to demonstrate his unfitness for office. But what if it's a close call a we have an important legislative agenda to try to advance a we have important oversight work? We can do outside the context of impeachment. Republican Senator Joe Kennedy on CBS face. The nation says impeachment just won't fly. And here's why impeachment polls right up there with skimmed milk among the American people, and Kennedy offer some advice for the Democrats, if you wanna do it go hard or go home. You know, if you want to do it go to Amazon, online boss, spine, and

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Shelby says shutdown "could last a long, long time"

Face the Nation from CBS News

02:28 min | 2 years ago

Shelby says shutdown "could last a long, long time"

"Tuscaloosa, Alabama is Republican Senator Richard Shelby. He's one of the most powerful groups in congress. He runs the appropriations committee Senator Shelby and his fellow members control government spending. Senator welcome to face the nation. Thank you. Sir. Forty seven percent of Americans blame the president for the shutdown. Thirty three percent blame Democrats. According to the latest Reuters poll where do negotiations stand? Our negotiations are at an impasse at the moment. I wish it were not so but we've got to move away from the blame game the blaming the president blaming the Democrats Pelosi and Schumer and others and get back to doing what we're sent there to do to fund the government that's been my mandate. That's what we've been working hard this year in a bipartisan way on the appropriations committee central Lahey. The Senator from Vermont is the ranking democrat on the committee. I believe if people would help us along would do what we did with the seventy five percent that we find it at a government funded all the sooner the better. Have you spoken with the president or the White House since the shutdown began last Saturday? I had lunch with the president and the vice president last Saturday and. We talked at length about it. Had to bring it to a close out to fund the government and the president made some proposals through the vice president I made some proposals to Senator Schumer. The night before. But right now. We're at a standoff, and I think that's not good for the Senate house are America, we can do better. And we've got to figure out a way Margaret to get to. Yes. If we blame each other this could last a long long time, why is the Democrats offer to continue current levels of one point three billion and border security. Why is that not enough? Well, the president wants more as I tried to work a deal earlier on where he would get two and a half billion this year in two and a half next year. Try to have a compromise that didn't work out. I do believe that the president would like to work. Yes.

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"senate house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"senate house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We go in our Bloomberg eleven three newsroom in New York City. Hi, Bob Carroll. Jason. Thank you. It's election day in America and voters are delivering their first verdict on President Trump's tenure in a midterm that's expected to draw historic numbers to the polls. Gordon? Bloomberg's Washington bureau chief says the polls point to strong gains for Democrats in the house is a very very strong chance. Democrats will take the house. I think the senate's a bigger hill to climb strangely. They only a couple of seats there. But they have such a brutal map Twenty-three some Democrats for election this year in a lot of states that Donald Trump carried handily in two thousand sixteen West Virginia, Missouri, Indiana. So we are looking toward a split decision. Devastate the House Republicans hang onto the Senate House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi says she is one hundred percent certain that Democrats will recapture control of the house reports of broken. Scanners. Surfacing at a number of New York City polling places, and that's holding things up for long lines of voters at some places turnout. So heavy at one pack precinct on Manhattan's Upper West side that the line to scan ballots stretched around a junior high school gymnasium malfunctioning voting machines have marred voting. Elsewhere across the US, notably in Georgia state with a hotly contested, gubernatorial. Election voters reported waiting up to three hours to vote UK Prime Minister Theresa may is preparing to ask the cabinet to approve a draft Brexit deal potentially within days. Sources tell Bloomberg good. Well, today's meeting with ministers broke up without agreement. Maze. Officials are considering calling a second gathering potentially to sign off on the proposal later this week. Global news twenty four hours a day on air at a tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred.

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"senate house" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"senate house" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Senate house and governors races. Plus countless local races and nowhere is the name Trump on the ballot. But in reality, it is as we hear from CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman. This is the Futterman in Washington. The biggest prize up for grabs today could be the house of representatives most political experts. Give Democrats have very good chance to take control. If that happens, it would dramatically change the landscape here in Washington taking away the house Senate White House stranglehold currently enjoyed by Republicans many believe the key factor in many races will be suburban women and young voters. The polls are open here in New York until nine o'clock tonight, New Jersey and Connecticut voters have until eight o'clock CBS political correspondent Ed O'Keefe says we should know sometime before midnight. If the so-called Blue Wave is big enough to give Democrats control of the House Democrats, keep telling us. They have multiple ways to net the twenty three seats that they need to retake the majority's you can look at a few early states and get a sense of where they might do quite well, Virginia, Pennsylvania and New Jersey all three of those if they win a majority of the competitive races in those states there about halfway to the Twenty-three before ten pm eastern tonight one of the ugliest races on this election day is the one in New Jersey for the Senate seat held by Bob Menendez. He's seeking a third term while battling a barrage of negative ads from his Republican challenger Bob HOGAN, WCBS reporter Marla diamond is in Harrison where Menendez voted this morning. Menendez waited in a short blind around seven in the morning to cast his vote in a nasty race with retired for suitable executive Bob you get online.

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"senate house" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"senate house" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The political candidates and their big name roads. Abort will go to bed tonight wondering if all of this work, this is the last night before voters head to the polls for the midterms. And so now all the governors in house and Senate seats, and the president will find out what the American people are feeling the biggest microscope, of course, focused on the US Senate house seats, and the I should say the US house, not so much the Senate and Democrats feeling like they can wrestle the way Republican control of that same however onto the US Senate Republicans poised to hang onto control, and maybe even snag a few extras, they're hoping a few controversial races for governor that have gotten a lot of attention as well, Florida Georgia and here in our state governor Cuomo expecting to win a third term in his Ron against Republican Mark moment narrow Cuomo was in Brooklyn today pushing voters to look beyond his race and focus on important house and Senate races. Using President Trump's recent anti immigrant lean as part of his battlecry for voter. We were scared of diversity. We wouldn't get out of bed in the morning. We celebrate diversity diversity makes us who. We y'all. We love that we come from different places, and we bring different cultures. That was what makes New York New York has for as the national races. Go correspondent Tom Llamas deny taking a look at what's at stake. All the congressional cards fall where they may late Tuesday all four hundred thirty five house seats are up for grabs and Democrats need to pick up twenty three to take control for the first time in eight years in the Senate a much different story. The Democrats are on defense they need to gain two seats, but they could lose even more and across the country. We will also be keeping a close eye on thirty six governors races. Trump is putting in overtime to keep Republicans in control on all fronts, at least in the Senate making his last pitch and some big midwestern battleground states Ryan burrow following him. President has three stops on an election day. Eve midwest swing I stop in Cleveland, Ohio the GOP hoping to boost support for congressman Jim Rene. See who has an uphill battle against incumbent democrat share. Brown then to Fort Wayne, Indiana to stump for businessman, Mike Braun is he tries to unseat vulnerable democratic Senator Joe Donnelly and finally an evening. Stop and Cape. Girardeau with Rush Limbaugh, and Sean Hannity back, Missouri. Attorney general Josh Halley who's challenging Senator Claire mccaskill, of course, Trump was on Twitter today getting in his last two plunges on close call elections like down in Georgia. We mentioned where secretary of state Brian Kemp is in charge of an election where he's the GOP candidate for governor against Democrats. Stacey abrams. Should've been hearing Georgia has been embroiled in that controversy over alleged voter suppression, Trump accused his favorite target CNN, quote, peddling fake, suppression polls and floating the prospect of widespread fraudulent voting. Well, you know, CNN released that poll today in which Democrats are leading over Republicans fifty five to forty two percent of says here all of this coming to ahead tomorrow, folks, midterm election day, twenty eight hundred thousand ten ten wins your place to hear it all start to finish and on ten to in wins dot com. Stay with us wins news time, eight twenty six in our Bloomberg money. Watch on ten ten wins. Here is Jeff Bellinger, stocks were mixed when the closing bell rang on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred ninety one point three quarters of a percent to twenty five thousand four sixty one the NASDAQ closed twenty eight points, lower a loss of four tenths percent. The S and P five hundred gained fifteen points or half a percent. The rate of growth in the services sector slowed last month, but not by as much as expected the supply managers non-manufacturing index slipped by less than a point and a half in October. Here's an indication of how tight the job market has become fast food chains that once recruited teenagers as order. Takers and burger flippers are now looking to fill their ranks with senior citizens recruiters working with churches senior centers and AARP apple has reportedly cancelled plans to boost production of its budget priced iphone ten are a Japanese news agency says apple told to suppliers to halt preparations to add more assembly lines, Bloomberg money watch at twenty six and fifty six past every hour. I'm Jeff Bellinger, four ten ten. Win wins. News time, eight twenty seven. This week..

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"senate house" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"senate house" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Who is incredible. He drank a little bit too much correction and earlier tweet misidentified the general President Trump described as incredible at a rally in Ohio. It was general Ulysses s grant nut general, Robert E Lee and attach video clip lack the full context for the Trump. Mark us look. It also gave you. A general. Who is incredible. He drank a little bit too much. You know what I'm talking about? Now regarding calling Robert E incredible. Because I'm sure many in the media also took umbrage at that. There's a piece we're gonna put up on Larry elder dot com. Call attack on Robert E Lee is an attack is an assault of American history itself. And it's written by a man named Allan brownfield brownfield is a. Lawyer author served on staff of US Senate house of representatives also staff of the office of the vice president. Here's what he writes about Lee. Everyone knows at least surrender to grant at apple Matic's, effectively ended the civil war. What few remember today is the real heroism of Robert E Lee. By surrendering. He was violating the orders, given by Jefferson Davis, the elected leader of the confederacy. Talks about how Lee wanted to continue the war as a guerilla war. And. Lee refused. This direct order. Quote, Davis had called on the confederacy to shift from conventional war two way dynamic guerrilla war of Trish, designed to wear down the north and force it to conclude that keeping the south in the union would not be worth the pain and the ongoing sacrifice. But Robert E Lee knew the war was over. If it were not for Robert leaves decision. Not to blindly follow irrational instruction to keep fighting a guerrilla war indefinitely, the surrender at EPA Matic's never would have taken place in our nation's history would have been far different end of quote. And how many times have you heard? From grade school deadly was a great tactician and that early on in the war. He was winning battle after battle after battle. And as President Trump just now said the commander in chief ABRAHAM LINCOLN was frustrated kept trying to find somebody that could beat Lee. And grant had finished the bottom of his class was perceived to be a drunk in the famous story is when Abe Lincoln was told about about leaves drinking. He says find out what he's drinking in order a case for the rest of my generals because he finally found somebody who could fight and you could win. We come back. Kanye west being slammed by ice tea among other people who says why the blank are you meeting with the rapper? Donald Trump on sixty minutes says he did not make fun of Christine Ford was asked about climate change asked about the midterms asked about the economy all of this and more triple eight nine seven one S eight nine seven one seven two four three. I am.

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"senate house" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"senate house" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The next Larry Sabato identified the twenty-five closest Senate house and governor races in the United States in November. Oh, you have to sign up to play. Whoever gets the most of them right and gets closest number of points to what the actual margin of victory is for their winner that they pick. You will be flown to DC and co host with me for a day. Maybe Drucker will play David Drucker on Twitter is with the Washington Examiner and CNN Drucker where you play midterm madness with me. See if you're a good prognosticator? Yeah. Sure. Knowing my luck somebody else will be co hosting. We'll see we'll see about that. Now Drucker tell me have any Republicans gone belly up on cavenaugh yet. No look nobody's gone belly up yet. And as I was reporting yesterday for the exact this has become I think so much more than about cavenaugh. It's really for many Republicans in the Senate and for for public for the Republican base. It's become a proxy war for whether or not you're going to stand up to the left whether or not you're going to stand up to the perceived problems you have with the mainstream media and not be influenced by Sewri that you believe or salacious and politically motivated. Now, the hill has an interesting story on Susan Collins. And I'm glad to see she is the pivot because her heroes Margaret chase Smith and Margaret chase. Smith is best remembered not only being the first woman Senator but being the earliest opponent of McCarthyism that is destruction of reputation by smear innuendo and lie. That would lead one to believe this will go very well for bread cabinet and Susan Collins catcher vote. If in fact, Thursday's hearing is as I expect it to be. Yeah. Look, I think this all comes down to now understanding Republican Republican senators want to confirm cavenaugh because they know the majority could hinge on it. I mean, this is the Senate majority that doesn't necessarily play as we've discussed before because of the strong map. But at this point, if you abandon cavenaugh the Republican base gonna throw a chance up and say, what is the point of abbey majority. If you're gonna let Schumer run the show, let the meteorologist Shawn the analysis the perception out there, and that's why this has become so important, and I think that Paul is often misunderstood. Yes, she can be a centrist. Yes. She posed the repeal of ObamaCare, but her into sensibilities have always been conservative when they were originally passing ObamaCare. Her vote was never in play because she didn't believe in it. And so I think that she wants to vote for Canada. I do think though, what matters how compelling he is on Thursday, and how compelling Christine Ford is. I don't think she's a an opening shut case. And I think the same the same is true for Lisa Murkowski and possibly possibly a couple of others. It would have to be extremely performance really poorly Ford extremely well. For this entire thing. Don Ravel right now. The president of the United States has tweeted. Republican party. Favorability writes, the president is the highest it has been in seven years three points higher than Democrats Gallup he's right about that. I have my theory on why what's your theory. David Drucker, I always enjoyable when the president decides you believe. Pretty low approval rating, but if my theory he'll and I tweeted about this last night. I just didn't get the same theme song. But my my theory is that when a party controls the White House, and that party's voters likes the president, and that party's voters likes what the president is getting done the party and goes way up. I mean, we saw that with Obama and Democrats and at the same time when you are not in control of anything, but you, but you think that your party should be able to do a whole lot more. That can actually do you have a very low of of what your party can do the Republicans are they really low brand during the Obama years most of the time and their voters were not happy with their own party most of the time, and they still want a couple of really big midterm elections. People should take this in that regard with a grain of salt. Now, the president has tweeted again, don't play the music despite requests, I have no plans to meet with Irani and president Hassan. Rohani maybe someday in the future. I'm sure you're absolutely lovely, man. No, he's not he's a killer. But I'm glad to hear. We're not meeting with the Iranian John Bolton delivered of himself quite the press conference yesterday said it, Mike Pompeo. There's a new team in town. David Drucker, Mattis, Bolton and Pompeo. Look as long as running the show. I think everything's okay. I think the president often, and we we see it with these college. He's a lovely man. Or chairman Kim when these people it's not that the killers. There are many ways. Horrible despots and they're terrorists. And I'm glad the president is not meeting with the Iranian president absent concessions from an Iranian government. That would warrant they're getting an audience with president of the United States. I think that was one of the big mistakes with the degree of things..

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"senate house" Discussed on Giants of History

Giants of History

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"senate house" Discussed on Giants of History

"And after Spreen highlighted this point to Caesar, some sources say that Caesar actually asked that new sacrifices be made just to see if there were any other bad signs or omens at work. And apparently these new sacrifices did yield some bad omens so much so that Caesar decided then and there to cancel the Senate meeting that he had called for that day and return home. And it is said that Caesar sent Mark Antony to the Senate meeting to let them know that they could leave given. He would not becoming. For the conspirators part. While all this was happening on Caesar's side. They had all gathered at the Senate house for the days meeting somewhere around eight and nine AM. And there they waited for Caesar to arrive most likely tenses all hell given what they knew was about to happen. Now, I wanna know here that this Senate meeting would be taking place in a temple that was called the Senate house of Pompey. Now, Senate meetings at this time were being held in various locations around the forum and such as the main Senate house where the vast majority of Senate meetings actually took place was under construction in forty four BC, and it's not coincidence of history that this meeting of the Senate was being held in the temple dedicated to the man that had died during a civil war against Caesar. Even Plutarch notes about this fact that quote, it seems as if some God was leading the man meaning Caesar to the Justice of Pompey end quote. But again, the Senate had convened somewhere around eight or nine AM according to most sources and Caesar was expected around that same time, but the minutes kept ticking away, and Caesar was nowhere to be found. No doubt as time continued to pass those who were in on the plot started to grow worried and agitated and soon enough, whether it was Mark Antony who got word to them or some other messenger, the news that Caesar would not be attending started to make its way around the Senate meeting. And there are sources that say that at one point Caesar's golden throne that the Senate had awarded him and which was placed in the Senate house already in anticipation of his arrival. This golden throne was then carried out of the Senate house since he would not be attending anymore. And with this news, a sort of panic overtook the conspirators. They all knew that something had to be done to get Caesar to the meeting that day. Otherwise they would miss their one and only opportunity to carry out the plot before Cesar left for Partya. So of course, the only person involved. In the conspiracy who could possibly convince Caesar to attend the meeting, the spite the battlements left the Senate meeting and headed for Caesar's house. And that one person was, of course, decimates Caesar's friend and loyal ally. The man who just the prior evening had had dinner with Caesar and heard him wish for a sudden and unexpected death. And so Dennis made his way to Caesar's house that morning and we don't know of course definitively what was going through his head as he made the walk there, but we can safely assume one thing that as decimal entered the house of Julius Caesar that morning, he knew very well that Caesar's wish for a sudden and unexpected death was about an hour away from coming true..

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"senate house" Discussed on Giants of History

Giants of History

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"senate house" Discussed on Giants of History

"Thus the lead up to the middle of March was a frenzy of activity and action on all sides. Now as the plan to assassinate Caesar started to come together. One question that kept coming up was where would be the best place to make the attempt on Caesar's life, where would be the best place to attack him from what I read, there were a few options. The assailants were considering. One thought was to attack Caesar as he was walking across one of the bridges that spanned the Tiber as he would have nowhere to run or scape too. If he was on the bridge, when the attempt was made, another option tossed around supposedly was simply to surprise him by attacking him in the middle of the crowded via sacra or the sacred way, which was one of the main streets that he would have had to travel down often given the location of his home near the forum. And yet another option was to attack him during one of the gladatorial contests that Romans were so fond of at this time as at that time, a group of armed men would not have stood out so much among crowd, and the chaos of the assassination would have been buried in the noise and commotion of the gladiator games in modern times. Think of someone making an attempt on the life of a notable figure during a professional football game. The assassination attempt would just be. Additional noise and the chaos that followed would be dimmed against the backdrop of the game itself. But none of these plans were determined to be viable options. And the primary reason was because as dictator, Caesar, when he needed to travel in public and walk through the streets of the city, he was surrounded by twenty four liquors and what were these twenty four liquors while these twenty four liquors were twenty four, very large, very strong men who acted as guards for Caesar. They were the ones according to bury Strauss, that as Caesar made his way through the public streets quote, open the way through the crowds and carried out arrests and whippings and quote, and to top off their size and physicality. Strauss also says that these liquors each carried quote, a bound bundle of wooden rods with an executioner's axe on the outside. And quote, if the conspirators tried to attack Caesar in the street or anywhere else. For that matter, they would have had a hell of a time trying to get to them. But there was one place that Caesar would not have anyone else around him and that was in the Senate house. No one else was allowed to enter the Senate house, but senators this made it the best place for the attack as Caesar would essentially be unprotected in the Senate house. It would also be the least expected place to carry out such a grizzly act. It was from the conspirators perspective. Perfect. So the conspirators being well aware through all of this, that Caesar was leaving town for an indefinite amount of time for his invasion of Partha on March eighteenth now needed a formal Senate meeting to be scheduled prior to that date so that they then carry out the act and in true tragic fashion. It was Caesar himself who gave it to them. Sources say that Caesar himself called the Senate meeting that was to take place early on March fifteenth. Again, the ides of March. And why did Caesar call this meeting? Well, there was a rumor and no one knows for sure if this is true, but the rumor certainly adds color to the story. And the rumor was that Caesar's cousin Lucious Cada was to make a major announcement to the Senate with Caesar's endorsement. And that announcement was that the priests in charge of the sibling books had quote news to report and the sibling books were sacred books to the Romans as they were supposedly purchased from Greek, Sibyl by the last king of Rome. And just so you know, symbols were a group of ancient Greek women who are seen as oracles and these books. The sibling books were often referred to in times of tumult and crisis in. Rome for guidance. And in this instance, when the sibling books were consulted regarding Caesar's invasion of Partha, the book stated that only a king could take down the parties. So again, the rumor was that the announcement that was going to be made at the Senate meeting was that Caesar be made king for his war with party to be in line with the forecast of the sibling books..

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"senate house" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"senate house" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"The midterms approach i wondered what you thought about the energy around this so it could be that democrats decide to turn out to vote but conservatives turn out to vote in this case as well but a lot of this attention will be on the senate do the senate house republicans run any risk of losing some focus and energy in that regard i i think that enthusiast the doozy gab goes the republicans direction one of the best things that donald trump did is put out that list of twenty plus nominees before he was elected and that gave a lot of enthusiasm to a very conservative base that knew that the court has made critical decisions and republicans the tortuously have made mistakes and this in the past they put up some nominees who didn't turn out to be quite so conservative so even though it's a house seat and they don't get a vote it's the same base of voters that gets enthusiastic and actually shows up vote even in a midterm election well we're going to continue to follow this obviously i just ask any of you advice you would give to the senate democrats who are running for reelection vote early with the president or wait and see if schumer pressures them to not vote the key for them is what the two potential republican no votes do if kalenjin rakowski break against the nominee that would give political cover the democrats who were in tight reelection races to possibly do the same if the republicans hold then i think the heat is really on those people then you can see like a fifty four you'd probably get some extra votes as was the case with gorsuch but i would add that i think the democratic base that we were just talking about for the first time being activated on this issue is pretty intense so you get someone like senator senator of a hawaii she's gonna vote against every trump nominee for any court as a result you can do that because she's from hawaii even for red state democrats in here we're talking about like joe darling indiana i think that right now the previous vote on a supreme court from a trump nominee okay you guys go ahead we understand said the democratic base democratic leadership like right i see what you mean on this one i don't think that whole safe bets in this go around right there there's gonna be a fight from dams no matter which of the three or four depending on how you're looking it's going to be an interesting summer haven't they all been the last three year all right jillian i want to turn north korea with you secretary peyot gets back yesterday he said look i slept very well there's progress do you see the north koreans coming forward and saying it's regrettable they treat us like gangsters as just a bump in the road or a derailment of the process i was thinking it's interesting you ask me that question because in my mind earlier what i was thinking to myself is okay is this is this a bump in the road or does this constitute a crisis and i don't think anybody knows the answer yet i don't think the administration i don't think secretary pompeo knows the answer yet and not because he's not knowledgeable but because i don't think it's gonna take another few weeks for that to become a parent but one thing the administration is doing now is really circling the wagons everybody from secretary pompeii or the president heather nauert the state department spokesperson to master john bolton now national security adviser they've got a message and the messages to stay cool calm and collected in the face of this whatever whether it's a bump in the road or crisis and to emphasize that it's a process and the process is ongoing and the process is on track the first thing that secretary pompeo said yesterday when asked about the foreign ministry comments from.

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Tuesday primaries will whittle field of Senate, House candidates

Lars Larson

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Tuesday primaries will whittle field of Senate, House candidates

"A mass shooting on valentine's day bittersweet graduation ceremony a day historically of just celebrate tori in nature but for would be seniors who should be graduating today are no longer here excited graduates many wearing their crimson gallons and cab sporting sashes around their necks say ms amstrong fox's phil keating in sunrise florida the school keeping reporters away from the ceremony another round of primaries coming up tuesday on the road to the midterm elections one of the seats republicans hope the flip in the senate is montana gop voters will decide tuesday night who will try to unseat incumbent democrat jon tester new jersey voters also head to the polls and several us house contest that's the state democrats think flipping a few gop held seats will set up a path to winning back the house first candidates will need to survive crowded fields and some of those races alabama iowa mississippi new mexico south dakota and california also have contested congressional and gubernatorial primaries in washington jared halpern fox news delta airlines investigating the death of a pet dog during a layover in detroit last week officials found the eightyearold pomeranian in its carrier in a cargo facility more than twenty animals died on us airlines last year most of those were on united airlines i'm steve rappoport fox news radio.

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"senate house" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"senate house" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The voting rolls with arbitrary standards that are designed in many states to democratic voters off the role so they don't have a chance to cast bells these are just a few examples of what by omission is being set aside by the democratic party and i think the main problem is coming from the top the leadership schumer in pelosi in the senate house and also the dnc and we seen examples now now where the senate minority whip in the house has gone out and as he secretly recorded audio from one such instance really pushed in colorado to get the progressive candidate out of the primaries and i think that this is an example of how there is an ideologue articles split where we have clinton isn't without the clintons now nobody thinks it bill hillary clinton per se running the dnc you're the democratic congressional campaign committee but that sensibility is still there that this is a corporate party that it should talk left and govern corporate center and that is simply not gonna wash you know there's polling in the last few days that support for the democrat party is slipping away among young people i saw how did we have that occur and think that democrats can take the house away from the republicans i saw that and it's very important it should be a warning sign a you know the canary falling over in the cage for democrats i'm not seeing a lot of response that here's something that baffles me norman and genuinely baffles me we had the political scientist and economist thomas ferguson on last week talking about his research he is showing for example that whatever russia did or didn't do his research suggests that it had no impact basically and the.

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"senate house" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"senate house" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Types there that are kind of forcing stuff on you he's not one of those guys we're we're talking about how we love investing in real estate how we're enjoying it and i wanted i wanted to get more of an understanding nate from you why you created home home invest what that means for you what the objective was absolutely home best was founded on the principles that we started with ten years ago i had got my butt kicked in very forms whether it'd be a tenant whether it be a contractor like all those times when you say by that happened we kept documented and trying to get an example i used to self manage my rentals i had this rental property on seven fifty one maryland avenue east from st paul minnesota one of the first places i started buying rental in i i let the tenant come in i played senate candidate came into the office and they had a letter from the red cross in the letter said he the senate house burned down we're gonna repave their rent sponsor guaranteed rent for six months and it looked that and i'm like six months you know nice rental income coming in i'm going to go ahead and take the senate well without doing all the professional checks i should've i played for tenant moved in i didn't waiting start waiting for my check from the red cross nothing came i called the red cross myself what are you talking about give us the name of the tent i gave him the name of the tenant they said no we denied that person more than six months ago i said are you kidding me and they said no no we denied that person they have nothing to do with us next on your letterhead are you kidding me they're like no l letterhead musty stolen or refrigerated or something because we didn't so i have a pack attack and then i call my attorney and my attorney said well you gotta have you have to get rid of the senate so i went through holy vixen process and it turned out like if i would've just done some simple best practices if i would've just check the background i would have realized that the senate had some more and then i would not have had happen to me and when i.

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"senate house" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"senate house" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"A question says who has control of the senate house and white house the are you asking party is at a party question he oh that the republican party is the majority of all all three yes yes a republican party is in the senate majority in the senate majority in the house and president donald j trump is a repub ran as a republican yes that that answered your question we still in answer my if the government shuts down who do you blame you can get partisan with it if you want you can get specific with it if you want i still don't think it's going to happen in thirty hours and thirty okay this is thrown me off cnn and msnbc are four seconds off and it's making my add nuts by oecd nuts is it oecd strive amina they're not they're not on time if the government shuts down who do you blame uh by the way senator jim rish we'll be joining us in the 5 o'clock hour at some point senator jim rush will be joining us live from washington dc writer a hopefully around 506 they're a bit busy so that time is just a hair fluid don't don't locked me into that specifically but he's calling the check and just to give us a looksee but i'm asking you that question or with your we are another month government shutdown who would you pin.

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"senate house" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"senate house" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The senate house together democrats republicans is the put a sense of urgency on this issue at eleven the last eleven years three times good intention people wellintended people have failed at this process i believe right nail this president is not going to allow that to happen is bring a sense of urgency we've got to make sure that these four topics her conversations limited these four topics but make sure we get something done i want to thank the president i wanna thank the leaders of the house in the senate the republicans to the democrats i got here to uh today together and we we had a very productive conversation at the beginning of a negotiation that is going to get us i think down the road to solving the immigration issue the first of the united states was was elected for one simple reason he said that he was going to keep america safe and he was going to make america strong again whatever we do with the immigration system we need to make sure that we put the american people first that we ensure that future generations don't have to deal with this issue once again and that we would forward so we can solve the immigration issues we can modernize immigration system and we can do what's necessary to make sure that we have a twentyfirst century immigration system so the people that we need in the united states can come to the united states and we can keep those people out that we do not one in the united states heroins i don't wanna do not believe that you send you a narrow the topics but when you made the my putter border security legal immigration and illegal immigration is almost sounds like opera go go ahead plebiscite there there's a lot of topics for it's illegal immigration that we didn't write for about talking about h one b visas rates way or h to be there's a lot of issues that are not on the table for the speakership check migrations on their because this directly implicated by giving legal status to the daca population you allow them to create a new chain but there are a lot of topics in immigration that are not going the eleven let me be clear here the one thing that the president talked about if you wanna do overall immigration form which he's not opposed to heaters thanks because.

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"senate house" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"senate house" Discussed on WLOB

"Man it is seven thirty eight you're listening to one hundred point five found main share of the republican party gimmick is known as the now no main share of maki main great again david jones in the how good morning main chair of the senate house republican leader elie as long and stay committee man now gordon draper all in house can wanna guys the morning nice to see all the avoid senator was great obviously a great way you excellent some great things to say group reassured me that there are good people out there that have held office now the problem is is that he's not there anymore i i i i gotta tell you i was really hard to hear what he said about mitch mcconnell the mitch mcconnell was the reason they left really left because maybe more people will wake up to it if tom coburn goes around the country speaking about this the lack of leadership i eat olympia snowe sat where you are sitting ellie while must men five years ago sign and so it could be a sign yeah could be a a good way way sat were you sad must have been five years ago now croissants she left in what january thirteen and said that harry reid was the entire problem with the senate and what created all the frustration right that he was the greatest do nothing majority leader in american political history abide mitch mcconnell's can calls by he's got to be it's it's terrible what's happening down there and he's got to go yeah well i mean a look alley you know when you wale and the you know you you stay in the spot whether you should or not i'm not saying you personally but i mean that's how it works and leadership yeah yeah i n and i mean they have to pay half the opportunity to voice their concerns severely air right and so for him to be bring attention to it i think as gusting yeah i agree it you know with the tax reform proposal the president would like to see a tax reform overhaul right i'm not just tax cuts but an overall the tax.

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"senate house" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"senate house" Discussed on KTRH

"The site for complete details the love of country becomes outlawed in this country when will let them drivers to jail these things were mark levin show i am a posting something right now his his so you know i try to fill it up and read it to posting it on my social sites so in addition of you my magnificent radio audience millions of others can read it and it's this today seven republican senators voted against repealing obamacare six of whom voted for repeal two years ago today is the day government run universal health care was born it's just a matter of time and you can thank republicans in the senate house and white house here comes rationing long waiting periods and massive red tape the republicans lied their way into office and what is the greatest hoax and modern politics i sincerely believe it when a move on to another subject we can stop talk about this obviously north korea every time you hear the where russia the words north korea should replace russia that's how much attention we should be playing in pain to north korea now russia's our enemy don't get me wrong absolutely putin is our enemy i'm no code pink republican leave it for the others leave bernie sanders republicans and the george mcgovern republicans count me out north korea cnn us believes that north korea will be able to launch a reliable nuclear capable intercontinental ballistic missile icbm by early 2018 a us official familiar with the latest intelligence assessment confirmed that would be an acceleration of two years from previous estimates the puts north korea three to five years from fully developing longrange missile capability the official clarified to cnn that while north korea concurrently get a missile off the ground there's still a lot of undetermined variables about guidance reentry and the ability to hit a specific target well that's only mattered time totally manner time now i gave the.

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"senate house" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"senate house" Discussed on KKAT

"Minimum purchase required see the site for complete details love of country becomes outlawed in this country when well well who does let them drivers often sees things for mark levin show the core the fees charged six i am a posting something right now so you know i try to pull it up and read it to posting it on my social sites so in addition of you my magnificent radio audience millions of others can read it and it's this today seven republican senators voted against repealing obamacare six of whom voted for repeal two years ago today is the day government run universal health care was born it's just a matter of time and you can thank republicans in the senate house and white house here comes rationing long waiting periods and massive red tape the republicans lied their way into office and what is the greatest hoax and modern politics i sincerely believe it what an we want to another subject we can still talk about this obviously north korea every time you hear the word russia the words north korea should replace russia that's how much attention we should be playing than paying to north korea now russia's our enemy don't get me wrong absolutely putin is our enemy i'm no code pink republican leave it for the others leave it for the bernie sanders republicans and the george mcgovern republicans count me out but north korea cnn us believes that north korea will be able to launch a reliable nuclear capable intercontinental ballistic missile icbm by early 2018 a us official familiar with the latest intelligence assessment confirmed that would be an acceleration of two years from previous estimates the puts north korea three to five years from fully developing longrange missile capability the official clarified to cnn that while north korea concurrently get a missile off the ground there's still a lot of undetermined variables about guidance reentry and the ability to hit a specific target well that's only mattered time totally manner time now i gave the.

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