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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:33 min | 2 weeks ago

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Back on the campaign trail. It really kind of amazing with Walter Reed eight days ago, and he did a rally last night. That was as extraordinary in the rallies of 2016, which stunned and amazed most people. I'll play. A lot of that. Just know his energy is like it's remarkable. Itjust is remarkable. Meanwhile, Joe Biden head perhaps the worst day on the campaign trail, which I'll play for you in a second, but I want to begin with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who had is one debate with Amy McGrath last night, the Democrat Bobo doll They sent up to be against her and she's a Marine when she told him million times and that's great. I respect her service. I'm a civilian. I always say that. But, man dont go into fight with Mitch McConnell unless you are prepared to actually lose if you know if you're doing this for the good of the party, find Amy McGrath. I saw you for it. But okay, here's 28 Mitch McConnell taken apart on policy ground Well, what she supported after the carriage. Zach was the so called Heroes Bill over in the house. $3 trillion and which included in and by the way tax cuts for rich people in New York and California Healthcare for illegal immigrants. And by the way that bill that she supported that they passed in the house after the carriage, Zach Provided more money for Puerto Rico and it did for Kentucky. In spite of her best effort. She's a national Democrats. She is in line with Schumer and Pelosi and all the rest on all of these issues. No, she is and she's going to vote for Chuck Schumer, Mitch McConnell and lays down this cut. 29. My opponent said she's the most progressive person in Kentucky. What does that mean? That means they want to stock the Supreme Court. In other words, add numbers so they can get an outcome that they like. She wants to make the District of Columbia ST. Puerto Rico, a state get rid of the filibuster in the Senate. In short, there's not a dime's worth of difference between my opponent and all the national Democrats. Did you watch if you give them control of the government? That's what they'll do. Yeah, Bitch. That's all you need is one more cut cut number 30 because she asked him ridiculous question after ridiculous question. Here is the last thing I play from Mitch last night, 30. Give me a few seconds center if you don't respond to that that was a little bit out of order in time. You mean to our ghost calling? Yes. No. All right. I know I'm on Louisville, Lexington throughout the bluegrass state. I know. I got a great Kentucky audience. You have the best senator going. The guy who runs the Senate is the master of the Senate, say the Constitution four times. And you've got to send him back because Kentucky not stupid, but it's fun to watch. Anyway. Over you you at dot com I have listed links to every one of the Senate campaigns that can use your contribution. Now, if you want to be strategic Trust me on this. If you want to be strategic, and you're a Republican you go to and give money to the Senate Leadership Fund because that's where the quarterback is. Mitch runs that the Senate leadership fund deploys resource is wherever they're needed. There's a counterpart on the Democratic side as well. Chuck Schumer's fund, but Republicans go to the leadership fund, but whether you want to support Senator Susan Collins, who I think is climbed into the lead Senator Tom tell us we don't have any good point. We thought stupid pole yesterday and said Cal Cunningham has increased his lead since his affair was revealed. You know, that's just stupid. That's not true. So you can put that aside. Tom tell us in North Carolina, Lindsey Graham. Is gonna win, but I would like him to win by 10 points just to show Democrats they can't buy seats. His opponent is raised. I think $53 million in the last quarter. Sandlin's Isam mind doing a great job at the Senate Judiciary Committee, Senator Lindsey Graham's and money Joni Ernst Denial is back in the late Senator Cory Gardner. I don't think is, but he's climbing a great campaigner. There's a well of goodwill towards Cory Gardner out there. He's been one of Colorado's most relentless advocate, She helped pass the great outdoors in the Great American Outdoors Act. And Senator Martha McSally, who is within I think a point now. Last survey I saw she was found by 10 3 months ago. But she eviscerated Mark Kelly in the debate, and I think 700,000 Arizona voters saw that and said, Okay, I'm giving money to mark the McKell. I'm going to help her out. I think she's in good shape, and I know the president is climbing in every national poll. I talked to senators yesterday who are running both of whom are confident about the rumor feeling a lot better this week than they did last week. When the president in the hospital, the numbers were tanking. And since he's gotten out everyday, it's gotten better. They do overnight pulling and they don't They don't get it wrong. They can't afford to get it wrong. Overnight polling daily increases for the president and them since he got out of the hospital that is key. Now. Joe Biden, on the other hand, had the worst day ever yesterday. First of all the memory problem cut number one. You may remember. I got in trouble with running again. Senator who was a Mormon governor. Okay? I took him on the senator who was a Mormon. The governor, he can't remember Mitt Romney's name. Really? He can't remember Mitt Romney name cut number two, He gets what he's running for wrong. No, we have to come together. That's why I'm running. I'm running is a proud Democrat for the Senate. You know he's not running is a proud Democrat for the Senate..

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:33 min | Last month

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week and sports history. We'll start off in 1913 Walter Johnson of the Washington Senators finishes the season with 36 victories by virtue of a one to nothing decision over the Philadelphia AIDS Thiss Week in 1950 for Willie Mays made his famous over the shoulder catch of Vic Wertz is long I've to centerfield pinch hitter Dusty roads, homered off Bob Lemon in the 10th inning to lead the New York Giants to a five to victory over the Cleveland Indians. Game. One of the world's Siri's Thiss Week in 1955. Baltimore. Colts fullback Alan Amici becomes the first rookie in NFL history to top 100 rushing yards in his first two games, 153 against Detroit, 194 and his debut against the Chicago Bears. Thiss Week in 1985. Houston Oilers quarterback Warren Luna's sack 12 times. Time's a 17 to 10 lost the Dallas Cowboys to tie an NFL record this week in 1991. The New York Rangers trade Bernie Nicholls to Edmonton for Mark Messier. In 1994. He would lead the Rangers to a Stanley Cup thiss week in 2000 for major League Baseball announced that the Montreal Expos will move to Washington D. C to begin play an R F K stadium. In the 2005 seasons on this week in 2005, the NFL place its first regular season game outside the United States when the Arizona Cardinals defeat the San Francisco 49 hours 31 14 in Mexico City on that's just some of what happened this weekend. Sports history the weekend Sports Time capsule on my heart radio. Much more liberal special interest groups spending to elect Cal Cunningham 1,000,005 Million Thie answer is shocking over $50 million Alors, and why're liberal special interest spending so much to elect Cal Cunningham? They know Cal wants to change the Senate rules so they could jam through their extreme agenda. Like defunding the police. Cunningham voted to slash nearly $8 million from North Carolina's police budget. Liberals know he'll do it again. Cunningham voted for a billion dollar tax increase. After promising not to Liberals know he'll do it again. And Cunningham supports Nancy Pelosi's health care scheme, which could shut down dozens of North Carolina hospitals and cost us more than $2300 a year. Washington Liberals are betting $50 million on Cal Cunningham. They trust cow North Carolina can't Senate Leadership Fund paid for it is responsible for the content of this advertising not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee. Www dot.

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:44 min | Last month

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Would you believe the rest of this? Keep going. Ction was. This is great because so often these debates become parallel news conferences where one candidate answers the question to him. The other candidate answers the question to him. So when the president started engaging With Biden. I thought we're gonna have a real debate here. It became clearer and clearer over time that this was something different and that the president was Determined to try to butt in and throw Joe Biden off You gave your statistics I saw another Fox analysis that indicates the president interrupted, either Biden's answers are my questions. A total of 145 times, which is way more than one a minute and he bears the primary responsibility for what happened on so no, he doesn't Chris Wallace spares the primary responsibility. If there was anything wrong with it, and by the way, we're growing up country we do not need Chris Wallace to baby said the two people who are going to be president and deal with The arrogance here, and I like Chris Wallace that the arrogance of the media is extraordinary. He continued. Chris Wallace did with Bill Hammer cut number 12 He'd certainly talk louder. But he also talks were often I mean, as I say the Fox news analysis. 145 times the frustration here, Belle is this that Here was my debate book and literally hundreds of man hours and woman hours between there. Who cares, Chris, I don't know what that is. I've done this four times. I know about your debate, but who cares? It's not about you. Yesterday You saw elite media rallying around their privilege their position in this country how they may not be interrupted how we may not call them out. And how they are going to run the debate in the presidential debate Commission, which is a D C creation that has no standing in law. It has not said they're going to change the rules. They are going to change the rules. What I saw on Twitter after the president's diagnosis. And it's going on today is so Absolutely. It's a leisure to despair for the country. But then you realize it's Russian trolls. It's Chinese trolls. It's the fever Swamp left. It's antifa. It's the white supremacists or the president announced for the 10th time yesterday, and they're upset with him. It's everyone who hates as opposed to a lover. And I think I just think this is an election about which way we're going Vote for the President contribute to Senate Leadership Fund. Dot or GE. Give Mitch the souls that he needs. Drew in Pennsylvania. What do you think true? Morning. Good morning, I think. Keep in mind I'm a Penn State or from Pittsburgh's of police talks. I think this is gonna focus on were not just voting for the president. We could possibly be voting for the next president. So everybody's got to keep in mind. We vote for Donald Trump. We might get Mike Pence. You vote for Joe Biden. He gets sick. You might get Tamala hours. There are not many people have that wisdom, but you're right. That's why we have a ticket. And that's all of a sudden I don't think the president's going to become that ill. He got the best medical care in the world. The important all that confident he's going to recover with no problem. The key. Here is early diagnosis. The reason it overwhelmed us early as we did not know how rapidly it spread, and we did not know how to treat it. Now we know he's tested early is tested every day. I think With rapid testing. I think he'll be fine, but he might not be. But you're right. You know, you get hit by a lightning bolt, right? That's why we take this seriously. And you're absolutely right. Thank you, my friend. Fred and Chicago. Good morning, Fred. Good morning here. I just had a horrifying thought. And Drew's call was a perfect Segway into mind. Has President Trump has been in contact with vice president Pence and here's my fear. We'll take God forbid that President Trump's case is very serious and God forbid. Vice president Pence's case. Let's say God for Babette friends. I know where you're going. Let's not go there. I know Nancy Pelosi's third in line. It's not. It's not gonna happen. It's just I mean, there's a probability of 0.111%. But let's just Let stand the fact people need to go out and vote this weekend Go to keep America America dot com had the Senate leadership fun dot organ contribute to the majority leader and just pray for the President Barry in Orlando. Very good morning. Hello, Barry. Yes, It's pretty new, um I see this is a blessing in disguise. Um The nation is starting to wake up to who Biden really is. And they're going to get Now on behalf of Paris is going to be a wake up call as well. So you don't mean the president's diagnosis is a blessing in disguise. It's not good to have Cove it you meant the debate the reality of the debate. Yeah. I'm sorry. I mean that. This will help President Trump he re elected. Because, um, now the nation can see who Biden really is. And what his policies would do our country. So thank you. Thank you, sir. I understand that. Maggie Pittsburgh. Good morning, Maggie. Hey, Maggie. Pittsburgh, Maggie, By the way, I let you on today you could only call once a month. Maggie. I.

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:23 min | Last month

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"We got. We had people of their way up our management food chain here in this company with tattoos and field of Silicon Valley. It's it's even more Just how it is. All right, 6 46 here on the case. He owed a radio program. We don't have many with black eyes. Not all the time. I don't know what they do in the board room privately, but you know how that is. Alright, 6 46 when we come back Get that shoe. I guess we got through the shoe story. Also, Kamala Harris will play a little audio from couple recent interviews she did as she visited North Carolina yesterday. And I have some questions, so we'll try to get those answer Next. Hang on. How much money are liberal special interest groups spending to elect Cal Cunningham 1,000,005 million. The answer is shocking over $50 million, and why our liberal special interest spending so much to elect Cal Cunningham? They know Cal wants to change the Senate rules so they could jam through their extreme agenda. Like defunding the police, Cunningham voted to slash nearly $8 million from North Carolina's police budget. Liberals know he'll do it again. Cunningham voted for a billion dollar tax increase, after promising not to liberals know he'll do it again. And Cunningham supports Nancy Pelosi's health care scheme, which could shut down dozens of North Carolina hospitals and cost us more than $2300 a year. Washington Liberals are betting $50 million on Cal Cunningham. They trust cow North Carolina can't Senate Leadership Fund paid for it is responsible for the content of this advertising not authorized by any candidate or candidate's Committee. Www dot senate leadership fund dot org's From the one of 61 FM Talk news Room. I'm Kyle Wilson. Another Corona virus Restriction lifted visitation now allowed in nursing homes. Tonight's the night a long awaited first debate between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Nine o'clock tonight from Cleveland. And the federal government announcing distribution of 150 Million Corona virus. Rapid tests more news at the top and bottom of each hour on one of 61 FM talking From the wake. Radiology. UNC Rex Healthcare Traffic Center. Merging delay developing 40 Westbound on highway 70 bypass. Gotta stall vehicle for 40 westbound at Capitol Boulevard. No.

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Primary results: Kris Kobach loses Kansas Senate primary

All Things Considered

01:08 min | 3 months ago

Primary results: Kris Kobach loses Kansas Senate primary

"Primary season and in yesterday's contests, Progressive Democrats scored two high profile victories. While a conservative aligned with President Trump lost to a more mainstream Republican in Kansas. NPR's Susan Davis is here to sort through results and tell us what this might signal about November. Let's start with the Republican contest where former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach lost the GOP Senate primary to Congressman Roger Marshall today you wrote that this is a win for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. How so? Well. Marshall was McConnell's preferred candidate. The Senate Leadership Fund, which is an outside Superpac align with the leader spent over $2 million to help Marshall win. McConnell, like many Republicans believed that if Kobach had won, he would've tanked the party's chances of holding to the on to that seat in November and very likely could have taken the majority down with it. A word of caution here, though, Marshal is still not a sure bet. There's still interesting things happening in Kansas, and that race looks like it could still be competitive. And I've talked to GOP strategist who say it's gonna You know they're going to keep investing in Kansas to keep it in their column, but ultimately this is a seat that will be harder for Democrats to win and the battle for the Senate carries on.

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McConnell-linked group funds ads helping Democrat

WBT Afternoon Programming

00:24 sec | 9 months ago

McConnell-linked group funds ads helping Democrat

"A political committee link to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it is funding ads designed to meddle in next month's North Carolina democratic Senate primary Senate leadership fund provided nearly three million to the faith and power pack which is running commercials in an attempt to boost Senate candidate Erika Smith over cal Cunningham who has the backing of the democratic senatorial campaign committee the group says it's doing what Democrats did Republican Thom Tillis six

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

08:52 min | 1 year ago

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"There's is a lot of focus on conservation that you don't find in states like Georgia. There are all these weird crossover issues where people who might be might vote for Republican would be would be flippable. I just think some of the conventional wisdom about it. Perhaps is the kind of thing that an effective effective Democratic candidate could challenge but apparently this inhabiting right. Now I look I think you're absolutely right about Montana and another Kansas Democrats might have a better shot in Kansas than they do Georgia to yeah crisco similar argument with the help of the CRISCO Bach Business Right <hes> yeah so the Chris Rock got in <hes> and immediately the Republican establishment trained to their fire on him. The aren't they are R._C.. In the Senate Leadership Fund just knew him out of the gate you know they're trying to they're trying to bury that so the this could be a case where a strong candidate in the right stances right turn out. It's it's a long shot but I think for for Democrats here if they can get these kind of <hes> <hes> star candidates running against the odds which a lot of money that forces Republicans to spend in states they don't WanNa have to and that theoretically opens the playing field in the better pickup right. We have a bunch of Senate. I didn't bring up the North Carolina Senate primary. That's real. I think tell us is in deep trouble yeah. I don't know if Tillis can get out of it. Make you win this nomination right now. Let's let a campaign happen. He's in that. That's a that's a problem. That's not a small problem but I'm betty you wanna Joe Yeah on the Kansas thing. The Kansas Republican Party is not a normal Republican party right. It's been one party control and it's basically divided headed into two parties and several years ago the conservative wing of the Republican Party took over state government and passed some tax cuts that were you know further right than the tax cuts almost in any state and it was a disaster there were all sorts of problems and the conservative Republicans kind of got humiliated and in many ways tossed out the business community become bipartisan. Now there is there is an it's an important and weird an interesting shift that is something that Democrats hypothetically would be able to capitalize on whether they'll capitalize on it is very much but yeah exactly. It's a big deal there was there were some house there was at least one house picked picked up two seats in Kansas. My big question is we think district. Kansas is going less. Kansas and Missouri Opposite Direction are going in opposite directions along rant on Missouri. You're very short version of it. I think it was the most interesting state in the country because it captures so many weird national dynamics at other states don't get it's you have the St Louis Arch. You have Mark Twain you have the Ferguson Rights started in Missouri. You have the deindustrialization playing out. You have a place where Democrats are still competitive but it I the the way that the trump phenomenon has impacted national politics is super visible in Missouri and I think like writing off as a traditional red state. Is You know glosses over some of the dynamics that are totally great. I I WANNA see a daily beast blowout. I want somebody to write a book on it. I was born in Missouri. I'm biased toward. There's what High School in Columbia Missouri in Columbia in Saint Louis. Everybody's it's about your high school. I said we only lived there so I was eight so I'm not I don't have a ton of experience. We're still OH chief stands by anyway. It's the city over Saint Louis. Oh no question yeah so here's the question about the Senate in twenty twenty. How many split ticket voters still exists in the country? It's a presidential election year. We've been talking a lot about a lot of red states that are probably GonNa vote for president. Trump Democrats need to win these places but every cycle there are fewer and fewer voters who are voting differently on the presidential then they're voting on the Senate level. I think it's especially true in a presidential year in eighteen if you're a soft Republican Republican who doesn't like trump but you know you're generally like the supreme court in tax cuts. You might vote for a moderate Democrat to send a message to put a check but in a presidential year. Are you really GonNa vote for a Democrat for the Senate <hes> that's essential to to their wins and if they can't figure out how to do that then the Senate becomes really difficult for Democrats going forward because there are just more red states than there are blue states right right <hes> very quickly Muller Week <hes> before we go it it it does feel like everything changed after the debate started which was something I think we all thought would we would feel remillard. That muller felt more compelling before the presidential campaign really took off it will it what will muller. What do you expect me to do due to the landscape next week? It's a great question <hes> I think I thought it was fascinating. That Moeller didn't really come up in the Democratic primary debates and then the candidates weren't bringing up. I I think now that there's this election going on democratic voters no longer feel the need to have someone kind of acting as a life preserver of the way that the Mueller probe which is in a way with that functioned as for some Democrats for about two years in terms of what his testimony is going. I mean I mean look molars total boy scout and he's not gonNA say anything about the investigation itself is not in the report. I don't think what he might talk about and what I would ask. If I were a member of Congress and I was trying to gather information mation is what happened after investigation was dying in the window of time between him sending the report to bar and the report becoming public. I would want to know how things change would bar took over <hes>. What kind of meetings did molar have with bar was? was there any pressure to expedite processes or were there conversations where <hes> the shape of the project he was doing shifted now. What does that mean for Democratic primary voters? I don't know I think it's baked in. Honestly I think I think people either take the Russia's stuff seriously or they think it's a hoax and I think for the voters in the middle who haven't decided I think it's like item ten on the list of things that they care about who's watching Muller Right. I mean the people watching Muller going to be the ones hoping he's got the goods. The People Watch right. They're going to be the people who have been watching Miller all along <hes> who have been following every twist and turn about this and I think the potential threat of Muller was always going to be more important than the real threat unless he came up with some report that <hes> you know was was this some kind of smoking gun that we never really thought was going to happen anyway. Putin email the trump that says let's do this thing right and collusion cruel see you later. Where should we place the facebook? It does it on because you could project anything you wanted onto candidates could speak to it and then once you see the real thing. It's like seeing the monster in the movie. It's always disappointing. When you actually stranger things I will give them credit? I thought that monster have you guys finished it. No spoilers please okay. Have you finished it. I actually haven't watched watched now. I'm surprised at how much I enjoyed it. Sorry I'm what are you benching that we've been watching the Netflix <hes> chefs table able series. It's really great. I don't watch stressful T._V.. If it stresses me out I do not watch it. I don't know even if it's factual stress cares co super into cooking shows. I would say about the most stressful that we get for television. The Shark tank at the a little bit of anxiety sometimes but yeah I may or may not have gotten caught up in the Netflix also a cooking show with C._B.. Hilly and let's just say they tried to do a version of chopped. It amazing streak stoned that sounds like a television. I would've loved to like here the pitch looking up with that idea. They're only fifteen minute episodes what you've been actually watched the first episode the stranger things. How did you watch the second like that's what they kill me with like incredibly self control? My wife and I are going to go to bed but I can't go to bed on that. Also big little lies still into that Oh started meryl streep is excellent and very good actress. I hear I hear good things about her. I think she's got a bright future ignition now that she's doing television I mean she's really slumming on it. She really must need the work and I'll put one other shits. Creek is amazing. I you know Netflix taunts me with it. Every time I go on there like watch this much watch every other show that people watch with Shits Creek other than that and you get to say Shits Creek. Can I double back to an earlier conversation. We also watched a lot of the ozarks series on Netflix which is crazy and so basically yeah I go to every every time I go to a strip mall money laundering. I'm just saying I feel like I'm a detective. Now we all think everything's Well Betsy Wardrobe Alec sites well. I could keep doing this.

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on WTVN

"Much of the republican leaders efforts in the race is being overseen by the promo connell senate leadership fun in april the superpac held an event in birmingham alabama to outline its plans to defend strange who made an appearance for part of the gathering also present was former george w bush advisor karl rove who knows strange a former state attorney general premise pass work on alabama judicial races were in for luther money marbles or chalk rove told the crowd according to wanted sandy since that time the group is orchestrated a blistering assault against brooks ads portray the fourterm congress minutes unsupportive a president donald trump a damaging line of attack in a state where the president is widely popular one recent senate leadership fun tv ad use footage from 2016 which the alabama congressman called that then kennedy trump on twats trustworthy this is when he was backing crews in the republican primaries for president the offensive was born at a private polling the group conducted in may testing how voters in the state felt about brooks's comments about trump last year there's evidence that the attacks are taking a toll on the congressmen and independent survey released last week showed strange leading with thirty three percent more which one he six and brooks at sixteen member the goal here was to take out brooks and to run against more the senate leadership fund is spent three point five million on the race turns out they spent more by far the largest expenditure of any outside group this is the mcconnell group yet that figure is expected to grow significantly especially if no candidate receives a majority of the vote in the august fifteen primary and the contest is forced into a september runoff as is widely expected the group has pledged to drop six to eight million dollars.

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on WGTK

"Is a uh a very different tone than the one he shared publicly on reports that there is a lot of uh you know sorta senior pointing going on right now with the west wing on a lot of those thinkers are uh stalling on steve bannon uh somebody who a lot of republicans have been um you know very unhappy what's in the aftermath of this um you know the senate leadership fund which is uh home to centrally by senator senate majority leader mitch mcconnell coming out sefen thing that bannon lost this um uh mcconnell has come out earlier on ron back um you know looked actually twenty ten in which we pretty easy way since having canada's like lawyer marco's necessarily uh do the party any good and that's probably going to be the message moving on with trying to see how exactly this is going to affect some of the you know different voices in the republican party heading into 2018 while i do we move from that to something else that exploded out of washington and this was a donald trump tweet lightweight senator kristen jilib ran a total flunkies for chuck schumer and someone who would come to my office begging for campaign contributions not so long ago and we'll do anything for them is now in the ring fighting against trump very disloyal to bill and crooked slash used so there's been a lot of blow back from that including from jila brand herself are some in political circles that i know just met immediately got ahold of me and said here's your female candidate on the democratic side while so that really has exploded hasn't it media to a.

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

"How it is increasingly bring of trump's past conduct nikki haley as recent comments the trunk accusers voices should be heard infuriated the president the ap reports house minority leader nancy pelosi is hosting a meeting tomorrow to discuss sexual harassment prevention policies yahoo news is reporting that the white house is hiding troop numbers in iraq syria and afghanistan sunday get used to provide to congress and the justice department is seeking an emergency halt to a deadline that would require the defense department to begin accepting transgender recruits on january 1st meanwhile in the middle east has below leaders are calling for arab countries to stop seeking new ties with israel according to the new york times the times also has a piece up on vladimir putin's world win tour with his new allies in the middle east he touched down in syria egypt and turkey sean spicer is writing a book about his white house tenure the book is entitled the briefing it will be published by regenerate publishing in july today donald trump will sign the national defense authorization act will also will meet with deputy secretary state john sullivan and us ambassador to japan william haggerty in the juice we've got a sneak peak on house chief deputy whip patrick mchenry transferring one million dollars to the nrc see jay johnson is joining the board of directors at lockheed martin and the senate leadership fund held a private political discussion and appreciation reception last night on hand senate majority leader mitch mcconnell karl rove steven law and our sc chairman cory gardner and other republican senators subscribed to playbook at politico dot com slash playbook.

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The primary as well and most of that again was against more there was a a mitch mcconnell superpac the senate leadership fund that was spending against more trying to prevent him from being the nominee and so the the question here is will the same thing happened in the general election where more is this very controversial person a lot of money allotted establishment figures trying to prevent him from winning and he he he managed to use that to get elected okay so let me let me just the san for just a second because the rnc was gone and now they're back in what can they bring to the table besides cash at this late date or does that lastminute influx of cash make a difference i think he brings a certain amount of legitimacy it does the same thing is the trump endorsement to the people that are sort of on the fence about supporting more and they look at the president and say well he's not willing to write more off you know trump's comments about well more denies the allegations against him you know the the people that say that nothing's proven that it's the media then you know we have to keep a democrat a i think that that's the main probably one of the main differences because we're about because alabama is so heavily republican the big question is will the republicans turn out to support more not oh that's what everything is going to big relying on dennis is named turnout looking to women as the nasdaq yeah replicable were not look at it will democrats be motivated to get out in larger numbers to support jones and we'll republicans be reluctant to support more because of the controversy about him even though they would normally vote for a republican candidate was unusually votes four something and not against trump yeah yeah all right thank you can therefore bloomberg government money and politics reporter going to continue to.

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To of dozens of other people who have corroborated these statements people have said that roy moore was essentially a persona non grata and the local shopping mall where he would show up in his thirties and try to hit on teenagers senator mcconnell had another to do that neither the senate leadership fund but one thing that senator mcconnell doing as the majority leader of the us senate is laying down what the standards ought to be for somebody who's going to be admitted to that body and this kind of conduct is beyond the pale and other than simply denying it over and over again roy moore has offered no credible response to what has now become dozens and dozens of people corroborating these very serious charges misconduct but if you if you are a roy more supporter and you hear mitch mcconnell talking about how big even if more wins he is going to unseat him that he's gonna create a wall are set a standard that would mean ruin more would have to vacate that seat i mean that sounds to alabama voters to supporters of roy more like mitch mcconnell is is manipulating the situation to suit his preferences will these aren't making up rules the senate does have its own rules of of self force it has its own standards that's why i'll frank in for example is now going to be subject to an ethics committee inquiry into his miss behavior the senate has rules of conduct which it is enforced this is not all that new for senator mcconnell i've been a twenty years ago when he was the chairman of the senate ethics committee he determined that senator bob packwood should be expelled for misconduct very similar to what we've seen from roy more let me ask him mitch mcconnell has also floated publicly the idea that jeff sessions could perhaps be a ride in candidate for this seed that and even more elaborate plan would be that the current acting senator luther strange who lost that primary to roy moore should resign his seat prematurely which would trigger a new special election i mean all this sounds like the establishment elites trying to change the outcome will look of a we've got credible allegations of what is basically little more than pedophilia and this was not an attempt to create a political response this is first and foremost a moment of moral claire.

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In his thirties and this is very very serious misconduct that it it needs an answer and he's decided to simply sidestepped the issue and blame all of these problems on mitch mcconnell although he has said the allegations are false and and also as we heard in that clip part of a larger conspiracy i mean you work for a super pac that is closely allied with mitch mcconnell i suppose in roy moore's perception that makes you one of his quote unquote cronies is this i'll just put it to you is this a conspiracy to unseat rao roy more was certainly not i mean we were not involved in any way in these women deciding to come forward a number of them now nine in addition to dozens of other people who have corroborated these statements people have said that roy moore was essentially a persona non grata and the local shopping mall where he would a show up in his thirties and and try to hit on teenagers senator mcconnell had nothing to do with that neither did the senate leadership fund but one thing that tournament title is doing as the majority leader of the us senate is laying down what the standards ought to be for somebody who's going to be admitted to that body and this kind of conduct is beyond the pale and other than simply denying it over and over again roy moore has offered credible response to what has now become dozens and dozens of people corroborating these very serious charges miss but if you if you are a roy more supporter and here mitch mcconnell talking about how even if more wins he's going to unseat him that he's going to create a rule are set a standard that would mean roy more would have to vacate that seat i mean that sounds to alabama voters to supporters of roy more like mitch mcconnell is is manipulating the situation to suit his preferences will these aren't making rules the senate does have its own rules of of self and forcement it has its own standards that's why i'll franken for example is now going to be subject to an ethics committee inquiry into his miss behavior the senate has rules of conduct which it has enforced this is not all that.

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"The word heart she is one great care of it and she won a democrat leaning district she lost the first time shedding late and like john thune way two years came right back on the second time and she's tough tough tough so jeff white got out for reasons why did bob corker get out because he was also looking at insurgencies in the primary bob corker would have won a statewide election but it in they can get through the primary and by the way they have a business meeting today and bob corker hopefully will move along the nominations he has been bottling up even though he's worried about world war three we will see by the end of the day meanwhile back to the mcconnell story in recent weeks steve bannon is held court has dozens the candidates could steering through his capitol hill townhouse including kelly ward last week urging them to vote against mcconnell for majority leader mississippi state senator chris mcdaniel is close to making decision to run against senator roger wicker a republic a mississippi me is one bannon's blessing according to a person close to a hedge fund executive robert merson his daughter rebecca bannon's wealthy allies have pledged millions to the cause that people briefed on their plant bannon's critics argue that he is causing unnecessary internal divisions that could make it harder to pass tax legislation and win general the next fall they also point to senator luther strange defeat in last month's republican primary in a special senate election alabama as the example dynamic that could repeat itself across the country next year the senate leadership funds spent ten million dollars to help luther strange strange was not a very good candidate he was appointed on the way out by a corrupt governor and that he just never recovered from on the other hand they are mocking danny hurricane in is a good guy then he tarquini in as a good guy like daddy he's a frequent conservative candidate nevada your challenging dean heller an a aram mcconnell dino as a nice guy but dean heller also contributed to the defeat of obamacare by early on throwing stones at it the guys don't seem to understand that speed wins you gotta move fast but eventually heller came around to vote for the obamacare repeal replace build ember one to send it to the conference the skinny bill and he tried to vote.

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In theaters friday the hidden costs of the emergency room their secret you know you're not going to see these posted on the emergency room door you're just going to find out what you're hospitals facility v as for the emergency room when you get the bell and when you're expected to pay it when a quick trip to the er runs you a steve bill including the story of the six hundred twenty nine dollar bandaid and fm on the away weekday afternoons at three on 939 fm hello it's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm david greene republicans are a party divided the freshest evidence an announcement by steve bannon the former chief strategist to president trump and ceo of breitbart news that he will support alternatives to all but one of the republican senators running for real election this is how ban and put it on saturday speaking to conservatives at the value voters summit in washington there's a time and season for everything and right now it's a season a war against a gop establishment or with us in our studios here in washington dc is someone who's trying to fend off those challenges from the socalled insurgent right right law is president and ceo of the senate leadership fund a superpac that backs establishment republican candidates and senate races thanks for governance stephen that can so how worried to you uh it at the end not terribly concerned about it headless look at the candidates that does steve bannon has been recruiting new york house district he recruited a guy who's just fresh out of the slammer for tax evasion in the vat a the candidate he supporting there is zero for five in the last several senate races or a races he's run just the other day and msnbc he said he would be open to a gun control that probably excited rachel maddow but it's not the way when primaries in the vat or anywhere in the.

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Promised we would deliver results on and that our voters in that are donors and others expect us to get progress on at the end of the day if we're able to do that i think these other issues end up going to the background and the we can focus on whether what least we're focused on doing which is expanding our majority in the senate uh so that senator mcconnell and others will be to get hard things done steven laws president and ceo of the senate leadership fund a superpac that backs establishment republican candidates the thanks so much for permanent really appreciate it thank you uh scott detriment colleague who covers congress in politics is here i'm scott i i guess it's sort of had a case study with a recent race in alabama where that the rift in the republican party was on display to which we learn anything from that about whether this matters lesser more than than than has been suggested here yeah but that case study isn't over yet and that's important luther strange was the incumbent running against growing more the senate leadership fund and president trump and a lot of other socalled establishment groups really invested in luther strange but steve bannon and others running against the establishment kind of we're able to turn that against range in a way that republicans often tied house democratic candidates to nancy pelosi more easily won the primary but the question is is this going to be a tougher general election now the republicans would like to see in a place like alabama where they needless to say usually when pretty easily to bottom line a lot to sort out and hard to tell right now what this riff noon cetera all right in pierce got ever thanks gone thank you it's been almost a month since hurricane maria hit puerto rico and nearly a third of the aisle and still doesn't have any running water this is raising health concerns as you would think it would especially in rural communities where restoring water service could take weeks even months and here's adrian farida visited one of these communities in.

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on Super Station 101

"This is the yellowhammer news radio network i'm andrea thais a washington dc political group decides it will not weigh in on alabama's senate race anymore the senate leadership fund poured five million dollars into the runoff race between luther strange in roy more the s l left fund was backing luther strange at the request of mitch mcconnell the senate majority leader the senate leadership fund spend a lot of money attacking more as strange's opponent it has decided it will not put any money into morse campaign as a republican seeking the senate seat unless they considered democrat doug jones to be a real threat to winning in alabama the us supreme court tosses out prior court rulings against president trump's travel ban the court acted against one of two cases against the president's executive orders the one case dismissed is from maryland it was filed by the american civil liberties union the supreme court has not yet acted on the challenges brought by a lower court in hawaii to the president's travel ban the death toll due to wildfires in northern california is now at fifteen the latest victims included 100yearold charles rip he and his ninety eight year old wife sarah the couple were married seventy five years and living at the silverado resort in napa when the fire claimed their lives two thousand homes and businesses have been incinerated by the flames they've left behind only lumps of metal where household appliances were in the homes two hundred people are missing inside noma county alone the wildfires are considered among the five deadliest fires in.

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on Super Station 101

"In a candidate i've got my favorites out there it's going to be what are the guys that we are ty is giving more the guys that's in the top three but look here's the thing we can be i've always been fair in my criticisms of judge more i think he's a a wonderful person i think he's an honest man i think he's a decent human being i truly believe he loves the lord it believes everything he says at least that's what i think but this attack from the senate leadership fund attacking judge roy moore i he and his wife k look four receiving one million thirty thousand eight hundred seventy five dollars roy moore paint himself over a million dollars chris read how dare him from his religious fund it was between two thousand five a 2013 man's gotta make eleven right yeah and again they'll do you have to have things in context see this is what bothers me is the senate leadership vaughn is going after another republican and like they're going after hillary clinton and it's completely dishonest and so that and you know the funny thing is is there's other things dishonest volusia that came out about him like being in the epa totally dishonest absolutely a complete fabrication lie and he didn't like it and then some stuff with no brooks about like he was so anti trump trump well he for them and the general so that's not true either but the thing is they just need to come together distinguish each other and that's there's plenty of things you guys can talk about but ussl one was like mo brooks is also like with nancy pelosi nozzle their stuff but yeah the rumour ones specifically like this because i'm an attorney i know that stuff and i've worked on these links have been the average person's going to hear that and they're going to thinks something about room more the isn't true that's right and despite what you think about him on the other issues like he doesn't have any financial scandals he's he has not there's never been any question of the money a huge disservice for the actual politicians who are breaking the law who are shady in their dealings with money because on now you within the republican party we're trying to paint their their these ads are trying to paint everybody is there undermining trust that the.

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"senate leadership fund" Discussed on KELO

KELO

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"senate leadership fund" Discussed on KELO

"I'm in birmingham i'm in huntsville or as we say down their hands for i'm in montgomery i'm a mobile and i am saying i'm a tesco lusa university alabama go tied by the way and i am saying these ads run by the socalled senate leadership fund our mitch mcconnell's ads against mo brooks and they are flat out live he opposes brooks because he's a conservative unapologetic it's a very decent guy by the way and yet he tries to paint him as a leftist this is this is this is what they teach them in washington dc to deceive the people you wonder what say look i voted for this guy mcconnell he told me he was gonna he's gotta pull out obamacare by branch and wrote why don't these guys do what i tell them that do i watched the ad they told me this they come because they lie they lie so i've invited mo brooks the come on this program in the next few minutes most of america will remember mo brooks just from a few weeks ago he was one of the republican congressmen on that baseball field in alexandria virginia where they were practicing for their game but that bernie sanders supporter shot up that place never that that's old knows now we got to focus on donald trump junior and the meeting that occurred in the information that was never provided and the intention of collusion treason abstraction criminality he's gonna have jail time don't you know that's right forget about the baseball game forget about bernie sanders says supporter forget about that bernie in his lovely wife for under criminal investigation none of that mattered by the way the tvs on and of course it's muted because the democrat leadership comes to the microphone and i don't want to throw up on my sneakers in standing right next to schumer chucky schmucky schumer is bob menendez the man's under indictment now you know damn well if there was a republican who been indicted in the us senate there will be calls for his resignation what they're mr producer hell yeah and yet we hear more about donald trump junior and stop admitting that we hear about bob menendez those facing multiple indictment tass standing there next their schumer because menendezes in the leadership well what do you expect from a party that supported take kennedy.

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