18 Burst results for "Senator Christopher"

"senator christopher" Discussed on Powerhouse Politics

Powerhouse Politics

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on Powerhouse Politics

"What does is this due to those calculations. How critical do you think it will be for democrats to make a run and cat capturing at least one of the two senate seats in the state of georgia well <hes> that's actually the first i've heard of that. I've been on the road all morning and my initial reaction is one of sorrow. Johnny isaacson is a is a throwback <hes> <hes> he and i you know have worked. He's one of the republicans who <hes> you know is really willing to you know reach out across the aisle. He's not a sort rhetorical bomb thrower. He's you know one of the folks who you know. Occasionally helps make the place work and so well. I certainly relish the prospect that we might be able to pick up a seat in the senate. <hes> as we lose the senators who you know often <hes> served to calm down the rhetoric and the tensions in the building elving <hes> that makes me a little bit sad but you know georgia's clearly a place that is changing very quickly witness <hes> lucy macbeth <hes> a <music> a mother of the gun control movement whose son was killed <hes> in a shooting who ended up winning a seat that had been controlled by republicans for decades and decades. She's a representation of you know how georgia has changed very quickly and we certainly have some really important opportunities there but i'm frankly sorry. Johnny is is leaving. He's had some real health concerns that he's been dealing with but <hes> as republicans go <hes>. He's been a pretty darn good senator. How badly would you like stacey abrams to jump into that racist racist. It's the name on the democrats. I know i know she's got some really important projects going on but <hes> you know we we would <hes> we'd have a great shot at winning <hes> either one of those seats of states. His name was <hes> on the ballot. We got a couple of other interesting candidates there. Including a former son of connecticut <hes> matt lieberman <hes> <hes> joe lieberman son is interested in <hes> one of those senate seats and i haven't closely tracked at race. That's certainly an interesting name to watch a big name. In connecticut politics indeed senator christopher feed democrat from connecticut. Thanks for joining appreciate it. Thanks so maryalice. I think on this gun issue. The wildcard is we know is the president i think you heard senator. Murphy acknowledged that that even having the conversations that <hes> it doesn't guarantee not anything and no one really knows where his head is at and he remains the biggest factor as to whether this happens you know lot has happened in the news in the last couple of weeks always happens in these news environments <hes> i just i wonder how much the focus will return to this after labor day <hes> given that other things have happened in the news chair in this part of the reason we've seen republicans so often hesitant to back any piece of legislation. They don't wanna look on the hook for something that the president twenty four hours later is going to tweet he doesn't like but i was fascinated by the fact that <hes> the senator there said that conversations with the white house are continuing quote as we speak considering how the president's been all over the map on this issue at his rallies when he's talking to reporters the idea that white house staff is still engaging on it is interesting and and i understand why he's a sticking with his fight and one last word before we go about <hes> about debates we are sitting here on wednesday which is the deadline for polling to qualify candidates for the debate as of are speaking now. There are ten candidates who have qualified in maryalice. You've been talking to a lot of campaigns. What's what is the bottom line about how important it is to qualify for for this debate in september and then the subsequent wait in october. We've already seen candidates begin to drop out. The winnowing has begun <hes>. This is a pretty major marking point now absolutely especially especially for those candidates at frankly weren't that close. I think they are going to feel a lot of pressure to bow out gracefully at this moment..

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"senator christopher" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on KTOK

"One thousand Katie. Okay. Lee Matthews Todd writes lead, by the way, what is the number for the constitutional carry Bill. Well in the house, it's twenty five seven the Senate clone is S b twelve so keep your eye on those two Bill numbers as they make their way through the legislature, a one thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. And I was asking you with all of the hype that we've been hearing lately about especially Virginia politicians doing dumb things in highschool that they're being held accountable for now. My question is what is the statute of limitations on dumb stuff? You did as a teenager. How far back should you be held accountable for stuff that is not criminal. I don't call me up and said, well, if it's a crime, okay? That's for the Justice department to deal with I'm talking about what people consider moral crimes Joe is Norman on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Thank you for hanging on. Thankfully, I I saw this morning. Woody Allen have you seen that? No. I didn't. I didn't see that one. But I mean, you said Woody Allen. So I can only imagine. Well, apparently he had a like maybe a four deal with Amazon. Now, they've decided after the movies have already been produced and down that they don't wanna pay 'em. And you know, because all the allegations are stuff with his messing with his daughter when younger what Carol? To me it brings up it's the same question. But kind of a different different angle on it is you know, how much abuse can these people take even if they're wrong. I what rights through data lose or not. But regardless of whether you think that Woody Allen did did what they say did or not. Been convicted of anything. Committed no crime and Amazon. I know knew that before they made this deal. Yeah. Screaming out of. Yeah. And that's exactly what's going on here. That's that's exactly what's going on here. Defending Woody Allen. What are you just? All rights to anything. It is manufactured outrage. Now, I'm not saying I condone black face. I think black faces is you just can't stomach it. It's racist. But how again how far back do you? Go. And didn't. I mean, isn't this the lesson? We learned from Clinton what in the past. Doesn't matter. Roy is in Yukon, NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Yes. Mainly guns for everyone who can legally afford to have right on. You know, as far as the the black face thing, you know, and it's not a recent deal on October nineteenth nineteen ninety five. I and all my fellow employees received a memo. From the department of Justice saying that they were going to investigate a thing called good old boys rounder. Took place, and you can Google that you'll come up for you. And they wanted to know if any of us were there, we knew anybody that was there anything like that. And this was basically a group a gathering of a white law enforcement agents of federal and local and state stripe doing on their own private time getting together. And and it was according to all reports and not black friendly. So they they did a little witch hunt on that and nothing ever came out of it. Oh, by the way, the the group that founded the round up was to be ATF agents from the. So and getting back to the other thing with Lieutenant governor there in Virginia. Lest we forget, I seem to remember Senator Kennedy and Senator Senator Christopher Dodd doing a waitress sandwich in one thousand nine hundred five. Yeah. So this type of shenanigans by the democrat goes Democrats, go back a long way also. Well, I'm not just saying Democrats. I'm saying anybody. I mean, anybody we've all done dumb stuff in in high school. And we were all warned though, I don't do that. It'll you know, it'll and we did it anyway because we were full of hormones, and we didn't were thinking clearly I mean, everybody thinks they're invincible when they're in their twenties when they're in their teens how far back to you go eight four hundred thousand star one thousand NewsRadio.

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"senator christopher" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on WJR 760

"News, dick Hafner, President Trump's former attorney going into court and pleading guilty to making false statements to congress about the Russia investigation. Correspondent Shimon for COPA says Michael Collins admission to making false statements regarding proposed Trump Tower deal in Moscow has implications for the penalties that he will face is due for sentencing on December twelfth it'll be interesting to see if the government files a letter on his behalf essentially asking the judge for some leniency because he's continuing to cooperate. We could also see his sensing delayed around that time because he could be continuing to cooperate for Paul Manafort, President Trump indicating that he might get a pardon one time campaign chairman for President Trump Paul Manafort who already faces sentencing in the coming weeks for lying to the special counsel, Robert Muller's. Investigators Trump has told the new. York Post that he has considered pardoning Manafort, a democratic Senator Christopher Murphy says Trump's allies in CONGRESS Republicans may not support him on that a significant number of Senate Republicans who would see that as a legitimate constitutional crisis in a way that they have not seen a previous transgressions by this president. That's my belief. I understand that. I might have the football pulled out from under me when that moment happens if an astronaut ships opened fire on seized three Ukrainian vessels near Crimea over the weekend. That has created quite a concern. Correspondent Nick Paton Walsh says that's expected to be a top priority. When President Trump meets with Vladimir Putin during the g twenty summit in Argentina a week of.

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"senator christopher" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Her nations due to fight back. They put out ex chase. It like crazy. And we run ourselves ragged. I think there has to be offense of strategy to so in chaos. Russia's disinformation wars next on America abroad. First this news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says this is not the right time for the US to withdraw support from the Saudi led coalition. That's fighting in Yemen. But a Senate resolution to do just that has been passed in through a procedural hurdle as NPR's. Michele Keleman reports. Yemen is being described as the world's worst humanitarian crisis secretary Pompeii, oh says the warring sides in Yemen are on the cusp of negotiations. And he argues that it would be a mistake to withdraw support from the Saudis who are fighting Iranian-backed rebels. There democratic Senator Christopher Murphy says Pompey's arguments were not persuasive that exhibits, a third grade understanding of the Middle East the Middle East is not a zero sum game between the Saudis, and the Iranians Murphy says the civil war in Yemen has not only been a humanitarian disaster. But he says, it has strengthened terrorist groups in the country, and he argues that. Negotiations. Have a better chance of success? If the US shows it is serious about bringing the war to an end. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department, California. Democrat Nancy Pelosi is closer to regaining her old job as speaker of the house NPR's. Kelsey Snell reports that two hundred and three Democrats have picked Pelosi as their nominee to become leader of the house and third in line for the presidency. Pelosi easily won in the closed door secret ballot election, but the speaker's gavel isn't hers. Just yet more than thirty Democrats voted against her for speaker, technically that's more than enough to prevent Pelosi from being elected when the full house votes on January third but Pelosi says she's confident that she'll sway plenty of votes by that are there dissenters. Yes. But I expect to have a powerful vote as we go forward. Also, it's not uncommon for members to vote no in the party caucus and then yes on the house floor. In the meantime, Pelosi has several weeks to handle. Out prime committee assignments and other incentives to win more support. Kelsey Snell NPR news, the capitol New York's highest court says immigrants are entitled to jury trials because the threat of deportation is such a serious punishment. WNYC's Beth Fertig reports that the case could end up before the supreme court the case involved a man in the Bronx who has tried by a judge and convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence charges. Jury trials are not required in New York City for defendants accused of misdemeanors if they're facing sentences of less than six months in jail, but because a conviction could lead to an immigrants deportation. The state's court of appeals found the punishment serious enough to trigger the sixth amendments right to a speedy jury trial. Immigrant advocates hailed the decision because they consider jury trials more fair. But the Bronx district attorney's office said requiring more of them will create serious backlogs in court, and it's considering an appeal to the US supreme court Beth Fertig in New York. This is NPR news. Was housing and urban development secretary, Ben Carson is again, talking about overhauling the department's rental assistance program as NPR's. Brockton Booker reports Carson has told an annual gathering of state lawmakers at the proposed reforms are not meant to punish low income Americans. When it comes to how his rent reform proposal has been characterized HUD secretary, Ben Carson, does not mince words. You might get the impression that the only thing we really want to do is triple the rents on the most vulnerable people. Well, that's about your crap. Carson was speaking at a policy summit for the American legislative exchange council or Alec the rent program overhaul calls for some of America's neediest families to pay more. In some cases, the rinse would triple jumping from a minimum of fifty dollars per month to one hundred and fifty Carson had backed off the plan earlier in the year after congress upped the department's budget, moving more Americans off public assistance and towards. Sufficiency has been a major theme for secretary Ben Carson, Braxton Booker NPR news, Washington. The Justice department has charged to Iran's in connection with the cyber extortion scheme targeting government, agencies and businesses and the United States Britain and Canada. The federal indictment alleges the defendants use sophisticated software to lock computer systems until the victims paid ransoms in bitcoins. Jeopardy. Attorney general rod Rosenstein says the alleged scheme netted more than six million dollars in payments, Rosenstein, says the defendants are fugitive believed the Iran, I'm Shay Stevens. NPR news in Washington..

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"senator christopher" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Is mounting against President. Donald Trump supreme court nominee break a- as people closer and closer to Trump are caught up in corruption cases of coalition of progressive groups are organizing mass actions, Sunday to protest Kavanagh's lifetime appointment. To, the nation's, highest, court they say the president should not be. Able, to pick his own judge and jury should the special counsel's investigation into Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen, election fine Trump culpable of any crime, Oregon Senator democrat Jeff Merkley shared that sentiment on the. Senate floor today there is an enormous conflict of interest here in, which the president is attempting to print get out of jail free card out of his twenty-five nominees put forward and listen names given. Him the, federal society one of them had an expansive view of the presidency that said the president of the United States cannot be indicted and the president of the United States cannot Be investigated that, is the standard. That says a president is above and beyond. The law minority whip democrat dick Durbin of Illinois met with cabinet today and raise the alarm afterwards over cavernous writing during his time working as staff secretary for, then Republican President George W Bush. Gurban, says Democrats, have, yet to receive any of Cabanillas writings in. A, near three year blackout on topics like abortion cabinet endorsement to write a constitutional amendment to ban same sex marriage, and other issues progressive groups are also, raising the alarm over cavernous conservative positions fearing he'd vote. Against women's reproductive rights worker's rights and environmental protections activists with the, national Asian Pacific American women's forum gathered in DC it's Senate offices to protest Trump's nominee today More than one hundred and fifty actions are planned across the country Sunday to stop cameras. Nomination narrow pro-choice America's also organizing, a national tour against cabinet calling it rise up. For rogue to bring attention to what they call his threat to working women this week Cavanaugh told Republican Senator Susan Collins the landmark abortion rights case Roe v. Wade was settled law but, his record shows otherwise in a two thousand seventeen abortion case cabinet issued a decision that prevented detained immigrant, woman from, accessing abortion services a full appeals court overruled his, decision lawmakers are pushing. A Bill that would prohibit education secretary Betsy DeVos from using. Education funding to give teachers guns in, the classroom the New York, Times reports that device is considering using title four funds which are. Aimed at preventing school violence to arm schoolteachers Democratic Senator Christopher Murphy is proposing an amendment to a spending Bill to prevent that from happening speaking on the Senate floor he ticked. Off a list of mishaps. In schools where faculty are armed secretary DeVos is planning to do, the bidding of the firearms industry and put our kids at risk by. Allowing federal funds to be used to armed teachers in one incident a teacher accidentally discharged his gun at high school in California Ironically during a class devoted to teaching public safety. Three kids were injured when that gun accidentally went. Off in another incident, this year a school. Resource officer accidentally discharged his weapon while inside a, school in Alexandria just down the street, from the United, States, capitol in. Maplewood Minnesota earlier this year a third grader managed, to pull the trigger on a gun in an officer's holster firing a bullet into the floor Murphy ads congress has already voted against. Arming teachers earlier this year, an NBC survey monkey poll showed forty four percent disapproved of the idea twenty-five percent favored it but the numbers differed largely between Republicans and Democrats fifty percent of Republicans polled strongly support giving teacher teachers guns thirty percents someone agreed. Eleven percent strongly, disagreed as for Democrats, seventy five percent strongly disagreed with army Teachers five percent. Strongly agreed billionaire Democrat Tom stiers pushing a campaign, to impeach President Trump founder of the, pro impeachment group, need, to impeach. Style released a new video calling for Trump's impeachment, and questioning why congress hasn't already acted Founding.

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"senator christopher" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"Next session is supposed to take place in the fall in Tober necks of your meetings with the members of congress. Was there any meeting or meetings that stood out to converse. Nations specifically that you thought were remarkable enough to remember. And was there anything specific that address your goals in the immediate interests for you? Coming and meeting with them? When I think had the number of important meeting this morning, of course, met the caucus Tunisia coca of share, at least he has thing and congressman David ski works. Swigert then had another meeting with the congressman Peter Roskam the chairman of the house, democracy, partnership member of the house of committee ways and means and congressman David price. From the same committee, we discussed how these house the. Democracy partnership could help to knees, you know, you're forcing the parlementary work. Parliament being, you know, an important component of our democratic system. Then later on I met Senator Christopher coons. Member of the set committee on foreign relations appropriation. And of course Senator Bob corker the chairman of the Senate foreign affairs, and he he was with Senator Bob Mendes thinking number of the same comic, it wasn't opportunity for me to brief them about the Lucien Tunisia. The shipment to have made in the reinforcing the democratise system, which we started if you ago, but also to tell them the kind of challenged is facing today, particularly on the comic front and telling them that trainees Lia has the last two years made major reforms, particularly economic reforms to make the country ready and more friendly for business hoping to see some major businessmen from United States, exploring.

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"senator christopher" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"New York Rangers. You don't local television in New York singing with his guitar. Jay was JD in the straight shots. I believe that's what they were called j. d. in the straight shots, you know. And he was essentially were singing the song. About. Just a whole metoo movement. J. D. And the straight shot. That's what they're called. Singing the song essentially about me too movement, and he emphasized. He wasn't just talking about a guy that he wants new in Harvey Weinstein, and we know what salacious things that he's been in the news for recently and what have you. But he was talking about a host of other people that may not be popular that folks may not know about. And basically the title of it all was in basically talking about, I should've known. I should've known. Now, James Dolan to his credit is his own man. New York knick fans are particularly fond of him, but he is his own man. He marched to his own Beatty, does his own things. All I'm saying is that this is the same man that runs Madison Square Garden. And if you remember, they were sued by new brand. Sanders. Sexual harassment and the like. So it's a bit ironic that he would be singing the song like that. But then again him being his own man. Religiously in defiantly proclaiming his innocence throughout at all. Maybe that's what provoked him to sing this song because ultimately her case against the garden and. I there Thomas and others, and ultimately. Massive Square Garden at the dole out eleven million dollars. Isaiah didn't Steve mills. Did it. But the garden did have to dole out eleven million dollars. So him singing the song and would at the very least remind us of that toward past that the Nixon Madison Square Garden was involved in. I'm kinda shocked at. He's singing it. But then I am reminded that he is as old man. Any margins do his own beat and he does what he wants to do like most billionaires do. So I guess that would explain it. That's really all I have to say about it at eight. Say ESPN. It's edited seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six. Let's go back to the phones. Let's go to Chris. You live or Stephen a. on ESPN radio. What's going on? Chris? Stayed for you, brother. Appreciate it. Gentlemen about the Cincinnati Bengals really made me laugh. No picking the Houston Texans to do anything. The Texans will go to the Super Bowl as long as Shawn watts stays healthy to Shawn. Watson will win. That auto Chris, isn't that a lot to put an dude in the second year? It doesn't matter. The man went to the national championship in back to back years. Senator Christopher kit. You kit. You give the brother year too. I mean, he has. I mean, listen to shore Watson just played a few games and certainly he was incredibly impressive. There is no doubt. I loved how he played against the patriots and Brady, but he did lose that game to the point that I'm trying to make to you is that I mean, give the brother break. He's just getting into the league. He's still a baby in the league. You you'll be calling me back. You call me after the Super Bowl, sir. Wanted to show this show. This show Watson play, seven games. He started six. He had a three and three record as a starter. He completed less than sixty. Two percent of his passes had nineteen touchdowns eight and assumptions he can bowl. There's no denying it, but okay, you got the Andre Hopkins who's your otherwise out. Who's your running backs going to be JJ watt, coming back, how you feeling about your deepest. They're awesome question. How you feel about Bill O'Brien. There are some questions, Chris, there are questions. They're all questions. Playoff win a division, but you start talking Super Bowl really. Yes, sir. That's emotion right there. I think that's the motion if it was anybody else. If I, if I rolled up on you and called up to your show and told you that my favorite team is going to the Super Bowl would a quarterback that that's had less starts that Jimmy Garoppolo. Okay. What would you say to me. I would say, gee, I wish you the best. Okay..

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Canada, Dr Stewart Hoover and Scott Goldberg discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Canada, Dr Stewart Hoover and Scott Goldberg discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"I'm scott goldberg president trump's relationship with the national enquirer as part of the federal investigation that led to the raid on his personal attorney's office the search warrant carried out at michael collins home and office included specific mentions of am i publisher of the national enquirer the company is owned by president trump's longtime friend david pecker who was reportedly purchased stories from people with information about donald trump in order to shelve them prior to publication a process known as catch and kill the new yorker reported a thirty thousand dollar am payment to a one time doorman in a trump building who was pushing an unconfirmed but salacious rumour abc's aaron katersky as the president weighs his options on military action in syria there are signs russia and the us are communicating about a possible strike here's abc's chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz do not know yet whether the us will share target information with the russians you have heard president trump and the pentagon call out the russians for aiding the syrians so we'll have to see they did last time worn the russians where that are airfield would be targeted martha raddatz abc news washington britain and france or signaling they'll help with an attack with germany and canada say they're not getting involved secretary of state nominee and currency i a director mike pompeo's on capitol hill during his confirmation hearing he was asked by democratic senator christopher coons from delaware if he would resign if special counsel robert muller were fired i haven't given that question we thought my instincts tell me now says he doesn't recall whether the president asked him to interfere with the russia investigation day after house speaker paul ryan announced he's not seeking reelection he insists he's not thinking of leaving early we've got a lot that we've done we still have a lot left to do on excited about doing it majority whip steve scalise and majority leader kevin mccarthy is said to be front runners to take over as speaker the dow's up two hundred seventy four points you're listening to abc news okay so the big question for any decision you're gonna make is this actually going to work well if you've heard about medishare which is a brilliant way of sharing healthcare costs you may have wondered that does it work well so dr stewart hoover who initially joined a save a lot of.

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"senator christopher" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dot org coming up at nine on form with michael krasny the dow jones industrial average fell 1100 75 points yesterday the biggest point drop in its history that's after it plunged six hundred sixty six points on friday at nine forum discusses as the stock market downturn and how it will affect the overall economy it's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep maybe never before has so much been said by so many about a memo or actually to memos president trump faces a decision to release and other memo or not the house intelligence committee says it approves releasing a democratic document which replies to a republican memo the president released last week our next guest opposed releasing that first memo and now here we are delaware senator christopher kunst democrat is on the line is centred welcome thanks dave good to be with you to what should the democratic memo be released a where we should be in its place where there's been such bear in partisan fighting over a memo that was written by a republican house budget committee chaired evan unit really as a partisan slap at the fbi and to undermine the investigation by robert muller but now that that memo has been released um i believe the democratic memo which more fully reflects the underlying intelligence should also be released to the public uh this is why our democracies about we will let the public decide their views on these two competing memo you said the underlying intelligence have you been able to read the democratic memo and the underlying intelligence i have not time relying on both uh adam schiff and a number of other democrats on the house intelligence committee couve red both and who have publicly said um that uh the republican memo mischaracterizes uh or cherry picked from the underlying and tell us you know i'm interested is you think that there should be a wider investigation on foreign intelligence surveillance warrants which is the subject here federal surveillance of carter page and former trump campaign aide your democratic colleague ron wyden has been saying well if uh if you're gonna look at that particular case maybe we should look at a lot of them would you agree with that i've had concerns about how the foreign intelligence surveillance act is used that follows a lot of what senator wyden as saying but i don't want to let the general public be misled into thinking.

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"senator christopher" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The big in law no two no mm two do it's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep maybe never before has so much been said by so many about a memo or actually to memos president trump faces a decision to release and other memo or not the house intelligence committee says it approves releasing a democratic document which replies to a republican memo the president released last week our next guest opposed releasing that first memo and now here we are delaware senator christopher kunst democrat is on the line senator welcome thanks dave good to be with you to ensure the democratic memo be released but where we shouldn't be in its place where there's been such a bear in partisan fighting over a memo that was written by a republican house house committee chair devin nunes really as a partisan flap that the fbi and to undermine the investigation by robert fowler but now there's that memo has been released um i believe the democratic memo which more fully reflects the underlying intelligence should also be released to the public this is lower democracies about we will let the public decide their views on these two competing memos you said the underlying intelligence have you been able to read the democratic memo and the underlying intelligence i have not found relying on both uh adam schiff and a number of other democrats on the house intelligence committee who've red both and who have publicly said um that uh the republican memo mischaracterizes uh four cherry text from the underlying and tell us you know i'm interested is think that there should be a wider investigation on foreign intelligence surveillance warrants which is the subject here federal so they of carter page and former trump campaign aide your democratic colleague ron wyden has been saying well if uh if you're gonna look at that particular case maybe we should look at a lot of them would you agree with that i've had concerns about how the foreign intelligence surveillance act is used um that follows a lot of what senator wyden is saying but i don't want to let the general public be misled into thinking.

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"senator christopher" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep maybe never before has so much been said by so many about a memo or actually to memos president trump faces a decision to release another memo or not the house intelligence committee says it approves releasing a democratic document which replies to a republican memo the president released last week our next guest opposed releasing that first memo and now here we are delaware senator christopher kunst democrat is on the line senator welcome thanks dave good to be with you to ensure the democratic memo be released but where we should be in its place outweigh there's been such a bitter and partisan fighting over a memo that was written by a republican house how it committee chair devon nunez out really as a partisan slap at the fbi and to undermine the investigation by robert muller but now this that memo has been released um i believe the democratic memo which more fully reflects the underlying intelligence should also be released to the public this this is why our democracies about we will let the public decide their views on these two competing memos you said the underlying intelligence have you been able to read the democratic memo and the underlying intelligence i have not found relying on both uh adam schiff and a number of other democrats on the house intelligence committee couve red both and who have publicly said um that uh the republican memo mischaracterizes uh or cherry text from the underlying and tell us you know i'm interested is you think that there should be a wider investigation on foreign in tell us in surveillance warrants which is the subject here federal surveillance of carter page and former trump campaign aide your democratic colleague ron wyden has been saying well if if you're gonna look at that particular case maybe we should look at a lot of them would you agree with that i've had concerns about how the foreign intelligence surveillance act is used um fit follows a lot of what senator wyden is saying um but i don't want to let the general public be misled into thinking on.

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"senator christopher" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A tuesday from kqed public radio it's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep maybe never before has so much been said by so many about a memo or actually to memos president trump faces a decision to release another memo or not the house intelligence committee says it approves releasing a democratic document which replies to a republican memo the president released last week our next guest opposed releasing that first memo and now here we are delaware senator christopher kunst democrat is on the line senator welcome thanks steve good to be with you to ensure the democratic memo be released but where we should be in its place where there's been such a bitter and partisan fighting over a memo that was written by a republican house house committee chaired nunez out really as a partisan slap at the fbi and to undermine the investigation by robert muller but now there's that memo has been released um i believe the democratic memo which more fully reflects the underlying intelligence should also be released to the public uh this is why our democracies about we will let the public decide their views on these two competing memos you said the underlying intelligence have you been able to read the democratic memo and the underlying intelligence i have not found relying on both um adam schiff and a number of other democrats on the house intelligence committee couve red both and who have publicly said um that uh the republican memo mischaracterizes uh or cherry picked from the underlying and tell us you know i'm interested issue sink that there should be a wider investigation on four intelligence surveillance warrants which is the subject here federal surveillance of carter page and former trump campaign aide your democratic colleague ron wyden has been saying well if if you're gonna look at that particular case maybe we should look at a lot of them would you agree with that i've had concerns about how the foreign intelligence surveillance act is used that follows a lot of what senator wyden as saying um but i don't want to let the general public be misled into thinking.

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"senator christopher" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on KOIL

"In los angeles dave alpert brings us more every major league baseball stadium now has extended protective netting i'm john stolnis can the nation's unemployment rate in january get even lower i'm tom busby 2017 was a good year for airlines when he came to fill in seeds i'm sierra crawford first there was the ice bucket challenge now things are get i'm bill michaels all ahead on america in the morning seven minutes after the hour president trump reportedly wants that controversy are all memo released the document is alleged to discredit the investigation into the trump presidential campaign's possible ties with russia natasha chen is following this story from washington president donald trump spoke to the republican national committee up a hotel bearing his name in downtown washington we're going to set another kind of record and that's making great country so great again the meeting where republicans are focusing on 2018 midterm elections but hanging over that discussion is a memo that sources familiar with the documents say details of why the fbi wiretapped a former trump campaign aide carter page both the fbi and justice department have warned against releasing it republican senator jeff flake and democratic senator christopher koons have also made a bipartisan appeal saying this release of risks undermining us intelligencegathering efforts and politicizing congress is oversight role democrats say the memo is misleading and inaccurate this is not about the facts this was about a narrative the german wants to put out misleading narrative to undermine the fbi undermined the department and ultimately undermine bob moeller the document says the fbi wiretapped the trump campaign aide because of an opposition dossier about trump's potential ties to russia dossier paid for by democrats during the general election and by an unknown republican client during the gop primary to sources say trump has told friends by phone that he believes the memo would expose bias against him in the russia probe that republicans dispute that motive for the memos released lease this memo is not indictment of the fbi the department of justice it does not impune the muller investigation in washington i'm natasha ten nine after the president touts urging lawmakers to embraces framework for immigration reform that story from terry more the president headlined the annual house and senate republican retreat in west virginia we won an immigration policy that's fair equitable but that's going to protect our people we when people coming in to.

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"senator christopher" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"The assistant secretary of state for african affairs in the us administration the director of the senate foreign relations committee and the director of the house of representatives subcommittee on africa he also met senator christopher kuhn's one of the most influential voices in the senate on africa and who chairs the house foreign relations subcommittee on african affairs odingas said quote we held a very candid and productive discussion that centered on kenya's political situation with particular emphasis on threats to democracy constitutionalism and the rule of law joe credible elections play toward the stability of any nation's democracy was discussed at length unquote the dead like lock over the presidential election and the allocation of leadership posts has also forced kenya's parliament into an unscheduled week recess while the political parties regroup group and rethink their next moves haroon while a former lawmaker filed a petition at kenya's supreme court last monday challenging president or who can yacht as victory in last month's presidential election hours before a deadline set by the constitution expired oh din guy did not contest the repeat vote on october twenty six saying it would be unfair because the election commission had failed to implement reforms in the election the supreme court has until november 14th to rule on on election petitions if it upholds the result can yatta will be sworn in on november twenty eight african states and organisations were fully engaged in the cop 23 in bonn last week voicing their concerns and ideas on climate change according to german broadcaster doj avello with almost twothirds of the african population making its living off the land africa's the continent likely to be most affected by climate change yunus arakan the head of advocacy and development from local governments for sustainability said quote i think in that sense a cop in germany is fulfilling its mission to give voice to africa and we are proud that they are coming not only to listen but to speak and offer their solutions and expectations said that they are part of the process not just outside.

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"senator christopher" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"To the executive branch to decide who we fight where we fight and when we fight and how we fight that's not what the founding fathers imagined and in fact is very good reason to invest in the congress the sole authority to declare war if i thought that we were going to do this without the sunsetting of the existing a un apps and i wouldn't support this extraordinary measure i've been here long enough to know that it is far too easy inconvenient for this congress to allow for an executive whether it be a republican or democratic executive to define the parameters of war and to name new enemies that have not been before this body for debate and so i think it's time for us to sunset these authorisations and i do think that we will be able with that pressure to be able to come up with a new authorization that gives our military our executive what they need in order to continue the fight against groups like isis well protecting the in since the interest of our constituents who frankly by and large no matter what state you are from june not want the president of the united states this or any other to have an unchecked ability to bring the fight to anyone anywhere around the globe and i will just tell you take a look at the way in which the president has suggested he was authorized to take action against the assad regime as evidence of how on ending the current interpretation can be the justification for that action was because it was next to action being taken against isis which was authorized because isis had some familial relationship to alqaeda that is three or four steps removed from any debate that this body has ever had that is not what the founding fathers intended i'm say support centre paul's amendment i'm than going to vigorously work with my colleagues to try to craft an authorization the gets the job done it's about time a you'll to floor senator christopher murphy was present senator from kansas republican jerry moran thank you prior to arrive.

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"senator christopher" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on KOMO

"The president's perspective california congressman darrell issa a member of the house was foreign affairs committee calls this the greatest crisis since the cuban missile crisis this is something that can hit us and our allies in its with a rogue nation that we suspect would use it meanwhile democratic senator christopher cones of delaware who sits on the senate foreign relations committee says the president needs to move cautiously and coordinate with allies in the region this is a very destabilizing development and i think we need to proceed carefully and president trump needs to deliver a clear strategy to the american people certainly to his partners in congress so that we can move forward in a way that is measured thoughtful and doesn't lead to an unexpected conflict with north korea the administration has repeatedly said that all options are on the table when it comes to dealing with north korea evan correspondent jerry bowed lander while the governor of the us territory of guam says he's reached out to the white house and once the island to be prepared for whatever north korea plans to do kim jongun says he's considering creating a quote in developing fire around the island after president trump threaten north korea with fire and fury after some false starts missed deadlines and delays president trump's opioid commission finally had the opportunity to brief him on tuesday and stacy co him reports on that what do you do when the president leaves washington washington in come to him health services secretary tom price travelled to new jersey to briefed trump on the opioid crisis strangling communities across the country trump campaigned on conquering the opioid epidemic and quickly created a commission tasked with solutions last week a preliminary report from that commission urged trump to declare opioid addiction a national emergency doing so releases funding and logistical help to affected areas jersey governor chris christie heads the convention according to the.

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"senator christopher" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on KOIL

"The capability to miniature rise in nuclear your weapon so it can fit in an intercontinental ballistic missile best getting more interested in space they will be met with fire fury the world has never seen the intelligence analysis comes just a few days after national security adviser h r mcmaster said on msnbc that if north korea had a nuclear weapon that could threaten the us it would be intolerable from the president's perspective california congressman dan eissa a member of the house foreign affairs committee calls this the greatest crisis since the cuban missile crisis this is something that can hit us and our allies in its with a rogue nation that we suspect would use it meanwhile democratic senator christopher koons of delaware who sits on the senate foreign relations committee says the president needs to move caused firstly and coordinate with allies in the region this is a very destabilizing development and i think we need to proceed carefully and president trump needs to deliver a clear strategy to the american people certainly to his partners in congress so that we can move forward in a way that is measured thoughtful and doesn't lead to an unexpected conflict with north korea the administrator in has repeatedly said that all options are on the table when it comes to dealing with north korea jury bowed lender washington it's eleven after the hour spotlighting a battle here at home the opioid crisis stacy co hand details the problem and what the trump administration is doing about it what do you do when the president leaves washington washington come to him health and human services secretary tom price travelled to new jersey to briefed trump on the opioid crisis strangling communities across the country ten campaigned on conquering the opioid epidemic ran quickly created a commission tasked with proposing solutions last week a preliminary report from that commission urged trump to declare opioid addiction on national emergency doing so releases funding and logistical help to affected areas jersey governor chris christie heads the commission according to the cdc a hundred and forty two people a day are dying in america.

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"senator christopher" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"senator christopher" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Fifteen hundred dollars for jamie taylor what are the terror just deliver cheney dato care if he's alive or elaborate career was up and down a lot of down couple of divorces substance abuse trouble with the law it was two thousand eleven though he was diagnosed with alzheimers announced he was retiring from the road cut one last album of original music ghost on the campus from which the singer the better place i've tried and failed movie then embarked on at farewell tour with three of his kids in the backup band to accompany him on stage singing live blame live where he was there glen cameras jim roope los angeles he it's nine after the hour president trump is ratcheting up the rhetoric in the ongoing war of words with north korea correspondent jerry bowed lander has the latest president trump didn't mince words when asked about the intelligence community's assessment that pyongyang now has the capability to miniature rise in nuclear weapon so we it can fit in an intercontinental ballistic missile best getting more interested in status they will be met with fire and fury the world has never seen the intelligence analysis comes just a few days after national security adviser h r mcmaster said on msnbc that if north korea had a nuclear weapon that could threaten the us it would be intolerable from the president's perspective california congressman dan eissa a member of the house foreign affairs committee calls this the greatest crisis since the cuban missile crisis this is something that can hit us and our allies and it's with a rogue nation that we suspect would use it meanwhile democratic senator christopher koons of delaware who sits on the senate foreign relations committee says the president needs to move.

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