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Biden's political standing fuels Democratic worry about 2024

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Biden's political standing fuels Democratic worry about 2024

"The Senate Majority Leader wants to get president Biden social agenda spending bill done by Christmas and sees the go she Asians within the party ahead senator Chuck Schumer says he knows his own Democratic Party is diverse runs from Bernie Sanders to Joe mansion but I tell our party as leader of the party back in unity is our strength if any one person insists that unless they get a certain provision that someone else can't be with the bill fails he says so far on all major bills Democrats have stayed unified even without Republican votes I think that we're in we're in very good shape to get fifty votes Schumer also wants to make sure provision to cap insulin at thirty five dollars a month remains in the bill his comments come days after the house passed the one point nine trillion dollar plan I'm Julie Walker

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Senator Chuck Schumer Calls for Federal Crackdown on Fake Vaccine Cards

AP News

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Senator Chuck Schumer Calls for Federal Crackdown on Fake Vaccine Cards

"The Senate's top Democrat says federal law enforcement officials need to crack down on fake covert vaccine cards being sold online senator Chuck Schumer's announcement comes after the Associated Press reported how people are cheating the system Schumer is demanding U. S. customs and border protection and the F. B. I. team up with HHS to launch a crackdown on the counterfeit cards some people rather than get the vaccine which is free are paying money for a fake card and risking prosecution because it's against the law who could be that dumb he wants the justice department to prioritize cases involving fake vaccine card and is pushing officials to work harder to find counterfeit cards being sent from overseas Julie Walker New York

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Schumer: Vote on Infrastructure Bill Could Come Within Days

Hidden Brain

01:30 min | 4 months ago

Schumer: Vote on Infrastructure Bill Could Come Within Days

"Rare Sunday sessions underway the Senate as negotiators complete thousands of pages of text in a trillion dollars bipartisan infrastructure bill, said a majority leader Chuck Schumer, once the legislative text of the agreement is finalized and I understand it is being finalized imminently. I will offer it as a substitute amendment. As I've always promised, And then the Senate can finally begin voting on additional amendments. Given the thoroughly bipartisan nature of the bill, I expect will be able to consider all the relevant amendments and finish the bill in a matter of days. Humor says that after the work is done, he'll push through a $3.5 trillion so called human infrastructure bill for its social programs. Three members of Congress, including Missouri Democratic representative Cori Bush slept outside the U. S Capitol overnight. They were protesting the inaction by their colleagues to allow a federal moratorium on evictions to expire. Bush spoke to Fox's Griff Jenkins. I can't for the life of me understand why we are saying it's okay to force people out of their homes because as legislators or because our, uh the powers that be didn't make it happen for anywhere from 7 to 11 million people. This is unconscious. Unconscionable is inhumane, which took to Twitter to call out President Biden and Senator Chuck Schumer to extend the moratorium, as well as asking House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to reconvene the House for a vote during the August recess.

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Schumer: CDC needs campaign to overcome vaccine hesitancy

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Schumer: CDC needs campaign to overcome vaccine hesitancy

"I'm Julie Walker the Senate Majority Leader says the CDC needs to spend a billion dollars on a campaign to convince people to get vaccinated so that we can get back to normal senator Chuck Schumer says too many people are not getting vaccinated because they're scared or lack confidence in it if a third or even twenty percent of Americans don't take it we could make it much harder to overcome this awful disease and get life back to normal Schumer says he and his family took it my parents are ninety seven and ninety two they got the Fizer vaccine both doses I've had no side effects at all the Democrat wants the CDC to spend the billion dollars which is already in their budget to conduct outreach like knocking on people's doors and to build more confidence in the vaccines I'm Julie Walker

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President Biden weighs in as calls for New York Governor Cuomo to resign grow

The John Phillips Show

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

President Biden weighs in as calls for New York Governor Cuomo to resign grow

"The White House is punting questions on whether New York governor Andrew Cuomo should resign following multiple allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior. The New York attorney general is pursuing, of course, independent investigation against Governor Cuomo. The president believes that's appropriate as is the vice president brought Secretary Jen Psaki says. President Joe Biden believes it's appropriate for the New York attorney general to conduct an independent investigation, she said. Every woman who has come forward needs to be treated with dignity and respect. Sake says Biden's focuses on getting the pandemic under control, and he will continue to work with a range of governors, including Cuomo. New York Democratic Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, along with several House Democrats from New York have called for Cuomo's resignation.

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Top Dems call on Cuomo to resign amid harassment allegations

At Home with Gary Sullivan

00:23 sec | 9 months ago

Top Dems call on Cuomo to resign amid harassment allegations

"New York Senator Chuck Schumer and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio renewing calls today for governor Andrew Cuomo to step down as 1/7 accuser comes forward. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on ABC is this week. People have toe look inside themselves and say, Uh, Governor Cuomo also Are they? How affected is their leadership and leading the state?

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7th accuser comes forward as more Democrats call for New York Gov. Cuomo's resignation

Bloomberg Best

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

7th accuser comes forward as more Democrats call for New York Gov. Cuomo's resignation

"New York Governor Andrew Cuomo refusing to resign following 1/7 sexual misconduct allegation against him, Cuomo said Friday. That women have the right to come forward and be heard. However, he denied the charges, saying he did not do what has been alleged. New York Senators Chuck Schumer and Kristen Gillibrand are the latest high profile Democrats calling for Cuomo to step down. In a joint statement, they said it's clear Cuomo has lost the confidence of both his governing partners and the people of New

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Schumer and Gillibrand join Democrats urging Cuomo to resign

News, Traffic and Weather

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Schumer and Gillibrand join Democrats urging Cuomo to resign

"Against New York's governor from sexual harassment to verbal abuse. Despite a growing chorus of New York Democrats calling for his resignation, Governor Andrew Cuomo is steadfast that he is not going to resign Late Friday, both of New York senators Chuck Schumer and Houston Gillibrand issued a joint statement saying Cuomo had lost the confidence of his governing partners and the people of New York They joined at least six Team New York Congress members who are urging the governor to step down. BC's Trevor Alden Albany. More folks

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Senators Schumer and Gillibrand call on New York Gov. Cuomo to resign

WBEZ Chicago Programming

00:14 sec | 9 months ago

Senators Schumer and Gillibrand call on New York Gov. Cuomo to resign

"New York's two senators, Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand are urging Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign. The two joined other leading Democrats after 1/7 woman came forward with sexual misconduct allegations. Cuomo's resisting calls that he stepped

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Cuomo refuses to resign despite calls from top New York Democrats

Bloomberg Wall Street Week

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Cuomo refuses to resign despite calls from top New York Democrats

"Are asking for a major resignation. New YORK Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand are calling on fellow Democratic governor Andrew Cuomo to step down. Ryan shook has the very latest. In a joint statement. The pair said Cuomo has lost the confidence of elected officials and the Empire State's people. They cited the credible sexual misconduct allegations he faces as the reason which now come from seven women. Cuomo maintains that he won't be leaving his post. I'm

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Senators Schumer and Gillibrand call on New York Governor Cuomo to resign

Buck Sexton

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

Senators Schumer and Gillibrand call on New York Governor Cuomo to resign

"Both of New York's senators. Chuck Schumer, the majority leader, and Kirsten Gillibrand have joined the call for New York governor Andrew Cuomo to step down after 1/7 woman came forward, accusing him of sexual misconduct. The governor stood firm in a news conference this afternoon. I was not elected by the politicians. I was elected by the people. The state attorney general's office in the state Legislature are investigating the allegations. The latest accuser is a former journalist whose story was published in New York

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Schumer, Gillibrand call for resignation of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo

All Things Considered

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Schumer, Gillibrand call for resignation of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo

"York Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand are now calling on Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign. The two lawmakers described allegations against their fellow Democrat is credible. Here's NPR's Brian Mann. Six women have accused Governor Cuomo of sexual harassment or improper touching allegations he's denied Senator Schumer and Gillibrand are the latest members of Cuomo's own party to say the time has come for the embattled governor to go. In their statement, the senator's praised the women who've come forward as brave. And said Cuomo has quote lost the confidence of his governing partners and the people of New York. Cuomo's political support has collapsed in recent days. But he said repeatedly he won't resign. Cuomo says those calling on him to step down before an investigation is completed by New York's attorney general are quote

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Schumer, Gillibrand call on Cuomo to resign

Ben Shapiro

00:25 sec | 9 months ago

Schumer, Gillibrand call on Cuomo to resign

"Development. New York Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand are calling on fellow Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign in a joint statement that Paris said Cuomo quote has lost the confidence unquote of elected officials and the Empire State's people. They cited the credible sexual misconduct allegations he faces as the reason which now come from seven women. Cuomo maintains that he won't leave his post.

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Cuomo says "there is no way I resign" as top N.Y. leader calls for him to step down

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:34 min | 9 months ago

Cuomo says "there is no way I resign" as top N.Y. leader calls for him to step down

"And now to the latest allegations against the governor of new york today andrew cuomo dating he will not resign but the leader of the state senate a democrat. Light cuomo joining calls for the governor to step down more former cuomo aids now coming forward alleging inappropriate behavior. Here's abc stephanie. Rama's tonight facing new allegations of inappropriate behavior and growing calls for his resignation. New york governor andrew cuomo defiant resign. Let's do the attorney general investigation. Let's get the findings and then we'll go from there this weekend. A new wave of allegations. Karen hinton in aid to cuomo when he was hud secretary in the nineties claims he wants invited her to his hotel room for meeting and when it was over he walked across from his couch and embraced me intimately. It was not just a hug. It was an intimate embrace. I pulled away. He brought me back. I pulled away again and said look. I need some sleep. I'm going cuomo says point blank. That did not happen. Every woman has a right to come forward. That's true But the truth also matters what she said is not true hinton now one of at least five women to accuse the governor of inappropriate behavior including sexual harassment. He is a textbook abuser. New york's senior. Senator chuck schumer is reserving judgment. I have full faith. The attorney general's

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Obamacare would get a big (and quiet) overhaul in the Covid relief bill

5 Things

02:38 min | 9 months ago

Obamacare would get a big (and quiet) overhaul in the Covid relief bill

"The covid nineteen relief bill. That passed the house on saturday and is now making its way through. The senate includes an expansion of the affordable care act health care legislation. It would be the first significant expansion of the aca also known as obamacare since it passed in two thousand ten white house correspondent marine groppy reports. This would primarily helped people in two ways. One is for the first time people who are making more than four times. The federal poverty level will become eligible for help paying their premiums so for example if a sixty four year old woman is making fifty thousand dollars. Right now she's not eligible for help but under the law for the next two years she could get subsidies that could make her premium dropped from about thirteen thousand dollars a year to just about five thousand dollars a year. Secondly people who make one hundred and fifty percent of the federal poverty line could get additional subsidy help they already qualify now but the extra help would allow them to buy plans without premiums that have much lower deductibles than what they can afford right. Now there's also incentives in the bill to For the twelve states that have not expanded medicaid under the aca to give them extra money in hopes that they will do so to cover people below poverty in their states who don't currently qualify for medicaid. These changes that are in. The bill are expected to stay in the question for whether they become law is whether the entire bill passes. It's not expect to get much. If any republican support. The democrats need to stay united in order to pass the legislation and get it to president biden's desk and these are provisions that he has promised he has supported and once in there and he's expected to sign the bill into law go relief plan which also includes fourteen hundred dollar checks too many americans and more could enter. Its final stretch on wednesday. Senators may begin. Twenty hours of debate on the measure. That's expected to come to a vote later in the week. Majority leader senator chuck schumer said tuesday. That democrats have sorted through disagreements and now have their eyes set on the deals. Final details senate. Democrats are committed to passing the american rescue plan to crush the virus. Recover our economy and deliver help to americans who need it the most. We're on track to send the american rescue plan to the president's desk before the expiration of the enhanced unemployment benefit which occurs on march fourteenth. I expect a hardy debate. I expect some late nights on the floor. The bill could become law as soon as next week

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Biden Administration Wants Electric Vehicles To Replace Gas Guzzlers

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:46 min | 10 months ago

Biden Administration Wants Electric Vehicles To Replace Gas Guzzlers

"President biden's administration has ideas to get gas powered cars off the road. The government could pay people scrambled vehicles. This happened during the great recession. And a program called cash for clunkers. npr's camilla domino reports. President biden has embraced senator. Chuck schumer's idea to pay people to turn in gas cars and by electric ones like cash for clunkers battery powered edition and when josh lynn. I heard about it. He was surprised. I thought all the research including my own had sort of killed the comeback. He's a professor at the university of maryland. And he's one of many economists who found out that the original cash for clunkers just wasn't that effective it was supposed to be an economic boost for auto companies and in eco friendly initiative to get rid of old cars with gas mileage. Every check sent a clunker the crusher and a customer dealership floors. At least theoretically in fact it did cut emissions a little but despite spending billions of dollars in overall didn't affect total new vehicle sales all that much many people who participated in the program probably would have bought a new vehicle anyway so not much bang for the tax payers buck and that's the big concern about trying this tactic again that it just won't do very much in which case why spend hundreds of billions of dollars on it unique. Consider if the money can be used for something else sebestyen custody. Janos is the lead researcher at the new urban mobility alliance. He says why not send that cash to public transit or bikes on the other hand. Maybe a cash for clunkers approach could be improved by giving it a laser focus on getting rid of the cars that pollute the most in california's san joaquin valley. Air quality is a huge problem so the valley air district is trying to get the oldest polluting vehicles off the road. Drome mayfield use to drive one of those eighty nine chevy truck old truck. It was raggedy hog. It often needed a jump and no it did not pass california's smog. Tests but after twenty five years it's still ran mayfield's feels heard about the program writing big checks to get low income drivers to chuckled clunkers. Like that truck. So he gave it a look. He says his truck was actually smoking. A little when he drove up to find out more there that they will give me nine thousand five hundred dollars toward the down payment electric car. And i said why mayfield hadn't ever thought about electric cars. Let alone thought he could afford one. But a subsidy like that meet a used nissan leaf not just affordable but irresistible are got and they were driving so good passing a barbeque gas as you. I didn't have to put the oil in and used charge back a cellphone. So happy getting mayfield. Out of his raggedy old truck was a big upgrade to his life. Having a reliable vehicle is huge and his part of the local pollution. Problem went from significant zilch five years later. That leaf is still zipping. That thing is a jet. The pilot program in the san joaquin valley was so successful that it was expanded and lynn economist says focusing on the cars that pollute the most could make a national program more effective at fighting climate. Change to yes he says. The original cash for clunkers was not an efficient use of money but instead of giving up on it maybe we can learn from it. Camilo domino npr news.

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Capitol Police questioned anew after Guard forced to garages

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 11 months ago

Capitol Police questioned anew after Guard forced to garages

"The treatment of National Guard soldiers sent to protect Washington during the inauguration the sparked an outcry First Lady Jill Biden handed out cookies to National Guard soldiers were still at their posts in Washington DC the reports the troops have been forced to take breaks in a cool parking garage after being sent to protect the city incensed lawmakers like senator Chuck Schumer we made sure it was fixed immediately White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the president spoke to the chief of the National Guard by phone on Friday morning he talked about his own personal commitment and connection to the National Guard capitol police officers who spoke on condition of anonymity contradicted a statement from the interim chief saying they were told department higher ups had ordered the guardsmen out the garden capitol police issued a joint statement saying they have now coordinated to establish appropriate spaces within congressional buildings were on duty breaks Jennifer king Washington

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Michelle Pfeiffer to Play Betty Ford in Showtime Series The First Lady,

Radio From Hell

00:13 sec | 11 months ago

Michelle Pfeiffer to Play Betty Ford in Showtime Series The First Lady,

"Been she's gonna be in a Showtime movie. She will call called the first lady and she's gonna play. Eddie Ford. Really? Okay. This just came in Senator Chuck Schumer.

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:33 min | 11 months ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Take. This is a Bloomberg business blast. So in the U. S. Today, the market was considering the prospects of not only on economic recovery visa be the stimulus that we're expecting from the incoming Biden administration, but also where we are with respect to the vaccine. Roll out there's been a bit of disappointment. In spite of the fact that the vaccine and ended up itself offered some hope, and there are also some concerns about Texas speculative excess and froth in the market we heard earlier in the program from Howard Marks. Today. The S and P 500 was essentially little changed. We were up about 1/10 of 1%, a little less than that energy, the outperformer that was tied to a rally in crude oil. W T I in New York was up 1.9%. Right now we're trading 53 35 long term interest rates come in ever so slightly, perhaps because of a very strong auction of 10 year, notes. Little 10 year, was last quoted in New York it yield of 1.12% as we get set for Tokyo trading at the top of the hour. It was a day of dollar weakness. After a three day rally. The Bloomberg Dollars spot Index was down about 6/10 of 1%. And if you look at what's happening right now, in terms of the greenback were flat in early Asian trading. We do have a stronger yen, one of 3 77, Chicago Nikkei futures now Little flat to maybe slightly lower and right now in Sydney, The ASX 200 is down about 2/10 of 1%. As we move forward in Asia, Quiet day in terms of ICO data will get money supply figures for Japan and South Korea and in a short while Australia's job vacancy data Right now. An update on Global news. Ed Baxter's in the Bloomberg 9 16 years already, all right, Douglas said. Donald Trump says impeachment is causing great anger in the U. S. He says he has no danger from the 25th amendment. Impeachment articles discussed voted on tomorrow. Meanwhile, Mitch McConnell, leader of the Senate Republican leader, says he is pleased that Democrats are going ahead with impeachment because it will purge Mr Trump from the Republican Party. McConnell says Trump has committed multiple offenses. FBI says the capital siege investigation is unprecedented that it expects hundreds of arrests in the coming weeks. Senator Chuck Schumer says there should be a no fly list C D. C and H H s want the supply of vaccines that are backlogged to be administered to anybody now over 65. New York is open to people over 65 to get the vaccine. India has kicked off its inoculation program with more limited infrastructure. It is a test for how efficient developing countries can prepare, protect their populations and get the vaccination vaccinations out. Their health officials are telling Australia Scott Morrison that Relying on the AstraZeneca vaccine will not protect the population. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is warning that Germany may need to prolong its locked out until Easter because of the fast spreading virus there. And the U. S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Iran is now the headquarters for Al Qaeda. In San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Brian, sir? Yep. Keeping you busy. That's for sure. Thanks very much. Ed. I've got a couple of stories here in the media, one from NHK. More Japanese are skeptical now about the Tokyo Olympics. Only 16% of Japanese citizens now think that the Olympic should be held his planned this summer and that's according to a poll. It was conducted January 9th through the 11th so very recent Some 38% of respondents think the game should be canceled altogether. 39% think they should be postponed. Also a story from NHK that Honda is considering cutting production in China, in addition to the reduction at plants in Japan in North America, and this is due to the global chip shortage. And Subaru is also considering reducing production from the Nikkei that the Bank of Japan is considering cutting the growth forecast for fiscal 2020. So that's a snapshot of a couple of stories in the outside media reshot. Alright, well. Joining us now is Christopher Palmeri. Bloomberg News. Los Angeles Bureau chief where Discussing Children. Adelson, the man who brought to casinos to China, passing away at the age of 87, Chris Big loss. What's his legacy? Two things here in the States. Southern really created this idea of a convention center casino resort. You know, Vegas traditionally overlooked the business traveler they wanted gamblers. It turns out the business travelers not only gambled but spent a lot of money on fancy restaurants and that and everybody all the established players in Vegas started copying that model. After Sheldon Open the Venetian Now in the cow. He was the first Western operator open there when they opened the region to other outside casino operators. He built a quickie place on the main peninsula, but then focused on What he called the Cotai Strip. This reclaimed land between two islands there. And while these arrivals and you haven't win opened on the main principles, too They all ended up building mega resorts on Cotai, which really became the preeminent place. And once again he used that model of convention center being space a zoo and he now has four casinos there. So there They became the highest value casino operator in the world. It's interesting to think about Las Vegas Sands going forward. I do hope you could talk a little bit more about Sheldon Elsen. But for the moment, how do they look in terms of management moving forward? Well, he'd already been moving most of the stock into his wife's name. So the family has about 57% on they're not gonna have to sell any of the painting a state taxes or anything like that, said Miriam Adelson. Wife of some 30 years Israeli native very, very much in Sheldon's bald in terms of being a very feisty, opinionated, you know, person. She's a doctor by trading specialized in drug addiction, but Become not just a planter vision but a political activist as well. Huge contributors. Both of them were some $215 million in the largest contributors to US politicians..

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on WDUN AM550

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"You've heard liberal Senator Chuck Schumer. Now we take your judge. Then we change America and radical liberal Congresswoman AOC. We win these races in Georgia so that we don't have to negotiate now here, Senator David Perdue. No negotiation. Think about that. Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi and Jonah saw want total control. They went Georgia They'll have it. Illegal immigrants boating. Police defunded taxes sky high. Proud military gutted. Supreme Court packed Is any of that. Really what you want? It's easy to say that'll never happen in America. That's exactly what they told us. They will do. We're the only ones left. Who can stop them Way went Georgia. We save America. David Perdue candidate for U. S. Senate, and I approve this message paid for by producer sent it making the Christmas season informative and bright. It's mornings on Main Street with Bill Maine on a M 5 50 FM one or 2.9 wdun gonna be Oh, you will your dad's old steps so shiny. Christmas. Can't be very Christmas, Cappie Very fun. Yes, one of my favorites. Christmas can't be very far away and it is not Welcome to December 2nd with mornings on Main Street 13 minutes after eight o'clock bill main helping out this morning.

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on AP News

"Senator Chuck Schumer wants the FDA to crack down on at home coronavirus antibody testing kids saying they don't even have to be approved by the agency and give you a false sense of security the Senate minority leader says he's asking the FDA to monitor antibody tests sold online for at home use Schumer says just imagine if it doesn't work you get a false positive you think you have the antibodies when you go out on the street and you could get cold and if it's a false negative you don't think you have the antibodies and you do when you stay home unnecessarily he was a public list of FDA approved tests also cease and desist orders with fines into companies with unapproved tests Julie Walker New York as speculation continues about north Korea's Kim Jong moon the Senate minority leader warns no matter who the country's leader is it's a dangerous nuclear capable nation satellite imagery by the website north thirty eight which specializes in North Korea shows a train likely belonging to the leader has been parked at his compound since last week amid speculation about his health caused in part by a long period out of the public eye senator Chuck Schumer reports around clearing that secretive nation as to the status of Kim Jong on that he says no matter who the leader is it's a very dangerous country have more nuclear weapons more delivery systems than they have ever had since senator Schumer says the US has to be very strong with North Korea Julie Walker New York coronavirus update I'm Shelley after with an AP news minute the latest worldwide corona virus death toll is just over two hundred and five thousand that's according to Johns Hopkins University over eight hundred and fifty three thousand have recovered from the virus in New York state there was both promising and also very sad news with another three hundred and sixty seven residents dying in the past twenty four hours governor Andrew Cuomo with the better news overall hospitalization rate is down the number of activations is down the even the number of new covert cases is down still not good still one thousand nu kopen cases to South Carolina where officials including senator Lindsey Graham showed up at the airport degree to plane from China with one and a half million mass well the senator was grateful we don't ever have to rely on China or anyone else for our basic health care needs this pandemic has been a wake up call to America overseas Italy has registered its lowest data date increase in deaths from covert nineteen since the country was in its first week of lockdown that was in mid March I'm showing after AP news thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that you associated press produces news related books.

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

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07:02 min | 1 year ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Elder dot com follow us on Facebook on Twitter and on Instagram and check out my most recent YouTube video and it's about the threat that senator Chuck Schumer made against justices Cavanaugh and Gorsuch because of a abortion case that they are considering that even having decided the case yet he's on the steps of spring court making what I thought was a threat so I did a two minute video about that just go to YouTube and type in my name and every time and it should be the first one that pops up you can also type in shimmer if you don't see now the country of Switzerland is warning that the healthcare system could collapse in ten days this is another wonderful health care system that people like Bernie Sanders has been touting streets are empty across Europe as the cases surge Switzerland warning that a country's health care system could collapse in ten days of the virus keeps spreading at the moment now here's where we are this is Johns Hopkins University Baltimore Maryland with amusing this globe now for the past several days this map along with our information here at fox the CDC the World Health Organization and Associated Press here's a confirmed cases around the world about a hundred ninety five thousand far right hand side over here you're up to nearly eight thousand deaths around the world total recovery numbers impressive it's about eighty thousand at the moment and they've been about a hundred and ten desk here in this country and coming up we're going to go over the category that most of these people were in died unfortunately because of the disease now Congress has now passed a corona virus bill both the house and the Senate and the Senate to the president's death he clearly will find it a lot of money I am once again government is intruding in a crisis the way government did during the so called Great Depression and made things worse as far as I'm concerned they're all sorts of things the government can do and should be doing other than what they're doing tell my cutting taxes however ending in government spending trump is delaying tax payment but you still have to file by April fifteenth and the package is a hundred and four billion dollars that Congress has put on the president's bill instead I'm calling them paid sick leave for a period of time makes the corona virus testing free expand unemployment benefits gives paid leave to some displaced workers increases spending on Medicaid and food stamps and nutrition assistance you know I'm a libertarian and if Larry elder who created the world Larry elder would have limited the government to article one section eight they never would have been an amendment the sixteenth amendment to have a income tax because it would have been a reason to have the funds for an income tax the country would've been far more prosperous and you notice the more prosperous country as the more generous people are with their with their money with their time we could handle all of these kinds of crises with the generosity of the American people social security should be privatized so that people have a control over their own account they don't get some lousy return when they retire in fact young people gonna get negative returns when they retire and when Dr Ben Carson said at that breakfast meeting in front of then president Barack Obama which convert the Medicare program into health savings it like we have with our car insurance a very high deductible in an account the people could put away money tax free for out of pocket expenses that are below the deductible but they have to pay for out of out of pocket that's how we handle our Medicare now even when you do this kind of plans to convert social security to a private savings accounts and Medicare to health savings account you still gonna have a whole lot of outstanding obligations so no matter what you do we're still in deep deep voodoo in terms of the unfunded obligation for these entitlement programs regarding Medicaid which is a state and federal joint welfare program the federal government based on article one section eight never ever ever she got in the business of of welfare relief anymore than they should have gotten in the business of of educational or healthcare all of these things have been left to the states that's what the founding fathers intended when they set up our system of what's called federalism so this is going to be another example of of how wonderful a government intrusion can be when in fact we step back and look at the big picture and how much more money the government's taken from the American people and therefore how much less prosperous this country is and how much how much more money would have to spend on on charity on starting businesses and all sorts of other things if you take a look at the world that way then you'll see that government's way way way too big substantially bigger than what the founding fathers intended president said that all foreclosures and evictions are gonna be suspended until the end of April as well today I'm also announcing that the department of housing and urban development just providing immediate relief to renters and homeowners by suspending all foreclosures and evictions until the end of April so we're working very closely with Dr Ben Carson then everybody from hard every generation of Americans has been called to make shared sacrifices for the good of the nation he gave a shout out to America's nurses and this afternoon I'll be meeting with nurses on the front lines of the battle against the virus there Julie American heroes they want to get it done they they're incredible people so we're going to be meeting with nurses and I actually look forward to that rave that taking a lot of risk and may they have done it the credible job and they never complain the president said hill we will be invoking the defense production act what is the fence what is the defense production act and also he said we're working on developing self swap testing methods all of that and you'll be surprised at the number of people who all of a sudden I actually complimenting the president on CNN on MSNBC ha Sanjay Gupta the doctor on CNN on the other hand you have a bunch of Democrats members of the media repeating the lie the president called the corona virus hoax all that and more now if you're feeling run down don't have the energy used to have it's probably because you're not eating those foods and vegetables too time to try balance of nature fruit and veggies in capsule form Mike Gallagher has been enjoying the benefits of this amazing product for some time I decided to try bounce nature myself and.

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Stone long time friend of the president senator Chuck Schumer says she'll bar has done trumps bidding instead of protecting rule of law which is what an attorney generalist posts to do what else counselor kellyanne Conway on fox today says other presidents have spoken out on criminal matters of honest folk up in the Freddie gray case in Baltimore president George for Herbert Walker bush bush forty one I think commented on the case in LA probably the Rodney king case so it's not it's disingenuous to say that people do presidents don't comment on criminal matters CBS is Paul reed reflects on the bar interview in which he said that Mr trump's criticism of those involved in the stone case make it difficult for him to do was charge a huge concern among the rank and file which is why bar did that interview you don't need to do an interview to tell the president something he's talking to the public he's talking the rank and file because you know the optics here not good CBS news updates hi I'm Gerry nam coming up on March second Israelis will be heading to the polls for the third time in less than a year ABC store Donna Miller tells as Israel's embattled prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears to be relying heavily right now on the trumpet peace plan to try and seek out a victory Benjamin Netanyahu trying to expand his right wing base promising at every turn to annex the disputed west bank Jordan Valley rift and almost all the Jewish settlements steps he rightly points out are fully backed by the White House but the latest polls show the time now is not benefiting from the U. S. policy change he is still trailing his rival general Benny guns and right wing parties are not pledging their allegiance Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem a state of emergency in Mississippi as severe rains have caused flooding along the Pearl River in Jackson actually shivers return Sunday morning to check on her home in Jackson have lived in Houston through Harvey so you do not want to be include out by boat that is not what you want to do several areas are now under strict evacuation orders as a river is expected to crest at least thirty eight feet tomorrow a thirty one year old woman remains in critical condition after a rollover crash late last night it happened for ninety five near the end over took Sperry line Elaine was shut down and the driver was airlifted to a nearby hospital no word right now on her condition the car was a Toyota sedan again this is an ongoing investigation the manager of the Houston Astros indicates he's very concern these days about something in the wake of his team's World Series scandal the league baseball should protect his players amid negative buzz about the Astros signal stealing scandal of Houston manager dusty Baker he says he hears other teams are thinking about retaliation.

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Stone long time friend of the president senator Chuck Schumer says she'll bar has done trumps bidding instead of protecting rule of law which is what an attorney generalist posts to do what else counselor kellyanne Conway on fox today says other presidents have spoken out on criminal matters of honest folk up in Freddie gray case in Baltimore president George for Herbert Walker bush bush forty one I think commented on the case in LA probably the Rodney king case so it's not it's disingenuous to say that people do the president don't comment on criminal matters CBS is Paul reed reflects on the bar interview in which he said that Mr trump's criticism of those involved in the stone case make it difficult for him to do was charge a huge concern among the rank and file which is why bar did that interview you don't need to do an interview to tell the president something he's talking to the public he's talking the rank and file because you know the optics here not good CBS news update time Gerry nam a few hundred Americans are headed back stateside after spending a two week period along down on the dining prince a cruise ship in Japan over three hundred of the ship's passengers have now been diagnosed with a new corona virus the ship remains dogs in the port of Yokohama in Japan Americans like Cheryl molestia E. and her husband were taken off a loaded onto buses and then driven to Tokyo's International Airport to board planes at chartered by the state department in content to stay a week because we felt safe and comfortable but now that we've kind of got sent home and started thinking about getting back to the United States we're excited meanwhile on CBS's face the nation national institutes of health director Dr Anthony Fauci says US health officials can offer strong support to the World Health Organization which has a team of experts heading to the epicenter of the outbreak in Wuhan China he says at this point it's still a little too soon to call the outbreak a global pandemic technically speaking the WHL wouldn't be calling this a global pandemic but it certainly is on the verge of that happening reasonably soon unless containment is more successful than it is right now meanwhile the evacuated passengers will continue to be monitored and Corentin to California anyone infected or showing symptoms were not allowed on these flights a state of emergency in Mississippi as severe rains have caused flooding along the Pearl River in Jackson actually shivers return Sunday morning to check on her home in Jackson I have lived in Houston through Harvey so you do not want to be include out by boat that is not what you want to do several areas are now under evacuation orders as a river is expected to crest at more than thirty eight feet tomorrow a thirty one year old woman is in critical condition after a rollover crash late last night this happened on four ninety five near the end over took Sperry line a lane was closed and the driver was airlifted to a nearby hospital no word yet on her condition the car was a Toyota sedan the manager of the Houston Astros indicates he's very concern these days about something in the wake of his team's World Series scandal league baseball should protect his players amid negative buzz about the Astros signal stealing scandal of Houston manager dusty Baker says he hears other teams are thinking about retaliation.

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

15:59 min | 2 years ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Congressman Thompson and we thank you for your leadership. X. this Mike Thompson of California. well thank you speaker blows gym leader shimmer for calling this event together and I'm proud to stand with my colleagues here today on behalf of all Americans you know it's important that we pass HR eight we expand background checks too many people are being killed thirty people every day are killed by someone using a gun and as Terry pointed out if you factor in suicides in accidents it's a hundred people a day there are so many mass shootings you lose track of the number the presses stopped reporting on all the mass shootings that we have. it is a an epidemic that we are facing in this country and background checks will help we know what will. every day background checks that are currently under the old on the law stop a hundred and seventy felons from buying a gun they stop fifty domestic abusers every day from buying a gun but as you've heard those same prohibited individuals can walk out of a gun store and walk down the street to a computer store go online and by the same gun they can walk across the street to a gun show and by the same gun. it's a problem and that's a problem that we can easily fix by passing HRA and expanding background checks to the sale and transfer of all firearms. our constituents are crying out for help I can't tell you over the district worker and how many students came up to me and said well our school be next how many parents and grandparents and children said when you're going to do something is our schools our community going to be next and no one's exam the safest communities in the world or falling victim to these problems. and as was pointed out already was school began in kids should be excited about going to school excited about learning parents should be excited about buying new clothes for their kids in school supplies the number one item. to purchase for your back to school kids should not be a bullet proof backpack this is absolutely insane. and senator McConnell can do something about it he can bring this bill the floor you can pass this bill the president can sign it and we can save laws lives. it is insanity that the only place in the United States of America where universal background checks as a partisan issue is in the Congress of the United States of America over ninety percent of the American people want this past Mitch McConnell do your job thank you thank you thank you for your leadership on this issue congressman we're gonna take just a few questions on this subject only. senator Chuck Schumer the democratic leader this is a repair she spread radio programming from Monday WCS. one. as. one. he keeps growing and growing because there's more gun violence look at the number of incidents that occurred while we were away. it's going to be it's going to be it's getting hotter and hotter and hotter. yes. look our first job is to get leader McConnell to put this on the floor that's where our focus is it is right now and that's what we're going to do we're going to keep pushing him to get this on the floor yes. it's a different era never have we had ninety three percent of the American people for background checks never have we had eighty percent of gun owners for background checks never have we have so many people in the NRA for background checks. last one. I've spoken to him a few times in the last month and he's all over the lot I mean he tells people right after an incident I'm going to get the strongest bill ever and then he fades back from that but the pressure is not going away and I think the reason that this issue is out front today not just a month ago not just when we left is because the pressure is mounting and people know that voters not just democratic voters are urban voters but voters threw out America want this bill done that's what builds the pressure you wanna say something's because I want to say that after that when the first a. S. murder occurred during this break I sent a letter to the president doesn't mentioned earlier asking him to call Congress back at the time he was very enthusiastic as I mentioned earlier said he would speak. your humor talk and he would speak to Mitch leader McConnell kind of almost into Tuesday asked Eckley embracing the idea but when I'm afraid it may have been is the way to DO saying the issue for the moment because we haven't seen any evidence of good intention since then but then we have had meetings across the country we've heard from the victims of their family and the families of victims of gun violence we've heard from healthcare professionals about the problem with this means to our children for our children stop this we've heard from law enforcement is one letter from it was two pages of of the list of law enforcement off chiefs of police from major communities across the country saying asking for gun violence. tension legislation so we again we are meeting today tomorrow tomorrow on the leadership of the task force that mixture of Thompson's here's who we having a hearing very well participated in excellent witnesses I hope you will coverage of the mayor's here may Whaley is here the mayor's will be having their own precedent every town will be having events with some of the mayors of beat goes on and we want a vote now on a clean bill to get this done. and we're not going to let the subject be changed or diminished in any way and so again the president said positive things a we quote that in the letter he said he wanted when I talk to him right after the speaker he said he wanted the strongest possible bill. that's what he said I want the strongest possible bill and never never never have we seen the breast of this issue piece of light and the depth of this issue be so strong it ain't going away. shared wanted to say something and then yeah. senator Sherrod brown from Seoul mayor Waleed me that he would he would push for strong bill white why is this different now from what it was a month ago it's different because some Republican senator after Republican senator in states like Maine in North Carolina and Arizona and Colorado senators that are fearful of what's going to happen in the reelection fights here having are out campaigning in August in their hearing from voter after voter after voter you got to do something they in turn are going to be talking to McConnell McConnell's going to feel the pressure not just from all of us not just from the ninety three percent the congressman Thompson talks about there he's going to hear it from his own members because they're hearing it from that ninety three percent thank you everybody. live from Capitol Hill the Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer join but the house speaker Nancy Pelosi also their democratic senators Sherrod brown and Debbie Stabenow and democratic members of the house for running Escobar and Mike Thompson enjoying them named Whaley the mayor of Dayton Ohio. the Senate is back in session today after a six week break the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Republican spoke on the floor for a few minutes. I'd like to welcome our colleagues back to the Senate I hope all of us took advantage of the past weeks that we spent. in our home state and with our constituents. Washington is where we come to work. but we come here to fight for our neighbors in the places we love. and are proud okay from. the American people know this is a highly charged political moment. but they haven't sent us here to stage coach battles or score political points. elected us to make a difference for them. and their families. we do that by taking care of the people's business. are collaborating in good faith the complete our work. and attend to the pressing matters that are before us. while we were spread out across the country we heard on on welcome announcement from our dear friend and colleague the senior center from Georgia. Johnny Johnny Isaacson as a term that is health challenges lead him to conclude his distinguished fifteen year Senate career at the end of December. putting Georgians first. I call it. his departure will be a significant loss for the people of Georgia and for the ninety nine of us here in this chamber. sure Isaacson as a Carlos legislator. in particular he's a dog and advocate for our nation's veterans. but he's even more than that. Johnny is universally saying as one of the warmest. run last most respectful and most collaborative members of this body. yes wrong views and solid principles. but he knows that broad often bipartisan cooperation is the way to advance those very goal. so I hope it is the Senate tackles the important matters of the force in the weeks and months ahead. will not only make sure to save our our last few months working alongside this great brown and calling. but also to embody his example. in our work. and here is what that work will need to include. right off the bat this week the Senate will begin working through a slight of nomination so important federal officers. the American people deserve to be governed by the government they voted for. and every time we confirm another one of the uncontroversial amply qualified public servants and president trump is selected for these exactly right posts. full full constitutional responsibility and make manifest. decision. of course in the days and weeks ahead another major duty before us is the appropriations process. like last year under the leadership of chairman Shelby and ranking member Leahy I'm confident we can make significant progress on regular appropriations this month and then pass an interim contending resolution to prevent any funding laughs while that work continues. so let me say that again. a major focus of the Senate this month will be moving forward as many of the regular appropriation bills as possible and then passing a temporary container resolution for the outstanding parts of the government. before the end of September. we have the parameters in place thanks to the bi partisan funding agreement that president trump signed last month. now it is time for the rubber meets the road and for the Senate to pass appropriation bills this month. the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on the floor within the past half hour or so as the Senate came back into session for the first time since the August break. the Senate in session today the house as well is meeting today for the first time and you can follow them both gavel to gavel on the free C. span radio app as well as on C. span television. president Donald Trump again within the past half hour or so left the White House he is heading to Fayetteville North Carolina for a rally there's a special election in the ninth congressional district district there tomorrow as he left he spoke with reporters on the White House lawn for about a half hour. thank you very much everybody Gianni Infantino is the head of FIFA. is that the biggest man in soccer add there we are as you probably know getting the World Cup in twenty twenty six for the United States because some of it is a partnership with Mexico and Canada and it's coming into the United States for a large percentage of the games and we're very excited about it plus Johnny and I just had a meeting on women's soccer and what everybody's going to do to make that even better and more equitable exaggerates judges so Johnny thank you very much better great meeting a very big deal with getting the World Cup in twenty twenty six so that's a big thing Johnny thank you. thank you thank you. it's fantastic to be here until who's even more soccer in this country is over which is the number one global support woke up when the twenty six taking place yet but we stopped already now is the biggest event ever it's more than four million viewers all around the world and we will make it the biggest not only sports event by the biggest social events that we can think all. soccer which is a big part of this country as well and the women's soccer where you are world champion there is much more to do with the president will say this to me and his rights and we are working with that I will announce very soon some new initiatives thank you for Johnny we're gonna have to extend my second term because twenty twenty six I'm gonna have to extend it for a couple of years I don't think any of you would have a problem with that but I hope you're gonna remember me at twenty four. thank you thank you thank you I don't. the dead the dead rise I'm concerned that that they thought that they had to kill people in order to put themselves in a little better negotiating position what they did that they killed twelve people what happened to be a great American soldier a wonderful young man for Porter Rico families the border Rico that you can't do that can't do that with me so that that as far as I'm concerned and we did. the Taliban hotter in the last four days and they've been in over ten years so that's the way it is. said what. no actually in terms of advisors I take my own advice I like the idea of meeting I met with a lot of.

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:27 min | 2 years ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"We've been told that senator Chuck Schumer the democratic leader is on his way to the news conference he has called on Capitol Hill talking about what has been accomplished this year in the Senate and what is left to be accomplished as the senators had to the August break he is referring to this is his word that that that senator Mitch McConnell Majority Leader has turned the Senate into a legislative graveyard so senator Schumer now coming in live coverage on Capitol Hill good afternoon and I feel really bad that I will not be wishing you a good afternoon for another five weeks okay thank you for coming now after a stunning rebuke in the mid term elections that delivered a historic house Majority leader McConnell faced a choice in a newly divided government he could have chosen to work with the Democrats to advance legislation where our interests align no one expected him to pass the democratic agenda but Congress should be in the business of finding common ground seven months into this Congress we all know that leader McConnell unfortunately chose a different path leader McConnell has turned what used to be the world's greatest deliberative body into a legislative graveyard the perfect complement to our get nothing done president from healthcare to gun safety I am a change Republicans just say no despite the overwhelming consensus of the American people on these issues even on the least controversial least partisan issues violence against women act election security active status for Venezuela nationals leader McConnell Senate has been a big black hole there's not been a single bill in FOR amendment all year not one bill in the minority leader McConnell complained bitterly about the same procedural tactics and said he'd run things differently let me tell you minority leader McConnell would be aghast at how Majority Leader McConnell is running the Senate recently there have been a few solitary dot bright spots we passed a bipartisan got the agreement to raise domestic spending ten billion more then defense spending and we permanently re authorize the nine eleven victims compensation fund if not for outside pressure I'm not even sure the Senate would have done either of those the two things actually came the way they did because of democratic effort and democratic pressure but those few accomplishments sadly with the exception not the rule after nearly three years of leadership under a Republican president Senate Republicans only significant legislative accomplishment is the usually on popular an unsuccessful tax bill that favored the very wealthy in three years Senate Republicans managed only to tie a two ton anchor when it comes to taxes around the necks around their necks in the form of a tax bill an anchor Republicans up and down the ballot will be forced to wear through twenty twenty if you'll note in the twenty eighteen elections not a single Republican that I can recall campaigns on the tax bill it had become such poison and that's the only legislative accomplishments now looking forward I believe senator McConnell's legislative graveyard is simply unsustainable the American people are fed up with an action while healthcare costs continue to rise drug costs to the same income inequality continues to deepen as the top one percent garner more and more of the wealth and the income in this country gun violence claims forty thousand Americans a year I'm a change reeks greater devastation every season and the entire national security and intelligence community warns about foreign elections foreign interference in our upcoming presidential elections these problems are going to be solved by day to day hi sorry these problems are not going to be solved by appropriations alone confirming more far right judges won't make an ounce of improvement in the day to day lives of every American average Americans and probably make things worse for most of them the pressure on leader McConnell to bring legislation to the floor is growing greater every day I'm not naive I don't think leader McConnell changes behavior overnight but I do want to make one prediction I predict that the pressure will continue to mount on Republican senators especially leader McConnell and they will be forced to join us in taking meaningful action on election security this fall and on the issues were Republicans continue to stymie progress Democrats are going to force the issue in September will be putting Republicans on the spot with to see our a vote one to protect Americans with pre existing conditions from junk insurance plans and another to help middle class homeowners who've been devastated by the administration's new rules on state and local tax deductions lastly I want to say one thing about what happened in the Senate Judiciary Committee this morning instead of working with Democrats to solve the root causes of migration from Central America jam and Graham and Judiciary Committee Republicans are breaking their committee rules to jam through a partisan bill that would allow president trump to keep children young children in cages for a longer period of time we cannot and will not support this partisan process what is partisan bill how fitting Republicans and another work period by helping president trump continue his unamerican inhumane and highly unpopular immigration policies when it comes to kids at the border ready for your questions yes questions if I can the president right before you came in an ounce on Twitter he was going to reimpose tariffs China wanted to get your thoughts on that and and I haven't seen what he said so I can't I can't comment on that in general we have to be really tough on China they've taken advantage of us America has lost trillions of dollars and millions of jobs because China has not played fair and being tough on China is the right way to be but I haven't seen these tariffs related to that what kind of work is progress do you expect to make over this recess period is the comes to the U. S. and see yeah is there a deadline on getting any deadline but the closer we get to the next election the harder it is leader pull speaker Pelosi and I are United in that we believe we talk about this a lot so speaker Pelosi and iron United we believe that you need strong and enforceable labor protections in this bill as well as our environmental protections and some undoing of some of the things on prescription drugs if that doesn't happen there will be a bill plain and simple version I mean he was six years and changeable has moved by far yeah the Senate I mean here we are again of are the ones political disposition much should be done on the approach on the border the asylum issues and if you disagree with the Granville but this still isn't being tackled and you're gonna be back here probably so don't deal with another former bill like that what we should do is just what you said the answer to this is comprehensive immigration reform it got broad bi partisan support it dealt in a far more comprehensive way with all of the problems we speak of whether it's border security what to do with the people who are here who are not here legally how to change our the our existing rules on immigration so we can get more people we need in the job areas both high ends PH dis and low and farm workers comes you know people who work in the stores and that is the real answer president trump called me a few months ago we said let's what can we do on immigration I said Mr president if you looked at the actual language of comprehensive immigration reform you might find it better than you thought that's the answer you know we have learned over the last five years these little piecemeal approaches don't work yes Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer the Republicans an election security that the intelligence community is already doing many of the things that the lead but those are the CEO so is bringing up you see on somebody's license thirty bills a stance as they say well the bottom line is very simple we want to do something on immigration on election security we want to do something on immigration on back on immigration we want to do something we do but we want to do something on election security if McConnell with leader McConnell would bring something to the floor we can debate it we wouldn't have to ask you seats were forcing his hand and I think as you seen by his reaction is having some success because he knows dining it is not good for America and not good for the Republican Party and frankly not very good for him and so we're going to keep pushing and my prediction is our relentless pushing for immigration reform is going to produce results there are some things that the intelligence agencies are doing they would be the first to say there's more that needs to be done and they said it to me and the states twenty one I think it is state attorneys general say they don't have enough money just to secure their election machinery from cyber attacks in interference nine states need paper ballots in case god forbid they mess up the election camp we need this and let me just say I have not heard one good reason from Republicans why they shouldn't do with is it I hope not that they think of Russia interferes it will benefit them is it I hope not that they're afraid of president trump who has this child ation pure riled view that if he admits there was Russian interference it makes his election illegitimate who knows but there's no good reason why they shouldn't help us yes I am fully understanding that you're on the same page with our speaker policy on the impeachment issue is there any point at all any threshold at all in which you would believe that impeachment proceedings should start without Nancy Pelosi coming out and saying that it's time to do it well look I talked to speaker Pelosi three four five times a day it was just that our office for a while I think we have the same view let's get the facts let's get all the facts and then we'll make decisions purchase bunch the democratic presidential candidates have criticized the records of president Obama in these debates do you think that's appropriate or do you think well I'm not going to comment on what they said I think president Obama is a very very what is a very very popular figure in America to this day because he did a very good job duty complex everything now you compare the Obama administration to this administration it's night and day and Americans are realizing that I had next back to the impeachment question does the political calculus change though now that more than half of house Democrats are calling for impeachment inquiry will look every member house and Senate is going to do what he or she thinks is appropriate I think as I said leader Pelosi as speaker pelos he's handling this appropriately on the immigration at understanding the kind of reject the piecemeal approach an idea for a comprehensive I I just want to clarify because Lindsey Graham so today he'd like to see his asylum both kind of become a part of the appropriations note the questions that you would reject that being part of I mean I'm against Lindsey Graham's bill I can't imagine the house accepting any appropriations process with that fill in it Lindsey knows that too yes yeah okay well let's go comprehensive Lindsey Graham back in twenty thirteen took a lot of political grief and showed a lot of courage in putting together a bike who is the last it's interesting was the last major bi partisan Roach on immigration and it was the most comprehensive and would have been the most successful let's go back to it that's the answer yes about racks that Frankie and I thought about right click for me and I think that he so far rather you know going back to my old days.

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Senator Chuck Schumer says trump Radcliffe for blind loyalty I'm John trout the San Francisco Bay Area this is talk radio five sixty KSFO start your week off right with Brian Sussman and Katie good morning to you Brad Sussman in for Brian it six oh two of course watching very closely any new details that are coming in about the horrible tragedy that took place down in Gilroy when listeners downing D. O. Roy lot of folks down there probably some folks are at the festival yesterday when shots begin to be fired fortunately three festival goers were killed not unfortunately the gunman was also killed by police good guys with guns took out a bad guy with the gun thank heavens they were there and thank heavens they have the training that they do to be able to handle some like that that's one of the stories watch this morning also want to talk about one of the reasons they want to put the wall up in by the way the Supreme Court twelve have tell you about a decision they had regarding the wall which is about some of the drugs that they're catching that did this stuff they're they're finding customs and border patrol Coast Guard tell you about a couple of drug bust the list blow your mind how much they captured they busted these people end guess what apple now reporting that yeah that little device you have that you say a certain name and answers back to you yeah the gap workers listening to you then your confidential details now tell your people as they used to say in the old days on TV making will be yes they're hearing all of it now all of those stories and more coming up just a little bit in the meantime headlines and traffic a gunman cut through a fence to avoid security and opened fire at the Gilroy garlic festival killing three people and wounding at least fifteen others before police fatally shot him as terrified people and performers ran for cover you're listening to live in local headlines here on talk radio five sixty KSFO your police chief is Scott Smith he said that the gunmen was armed with a rifle and snuck through a fence that borders the parking lot he appeared to randomly target people as he opened fire just after five thirty in the evening yesterday which was the conclusion of the three day festival that attracts around one hundred thousand people east.

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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02:20 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Take a look at this wind chill advisory map. You can see it goes down as far as Columbus up north of Kokomo and all the way across central Indiana from east to west so please bundle up. He saw Nina's live report how many layers she had on you have to be very concerned about frostbite if you're out for too long, especially if you don't have the proper coverings on your fingers and your face, please. Please please be careful. Stephanie meat is watching this really closely for you. She'll have another full forecast coming up here in about five minutes. The government has now been partially shut down for thirty one days. President Trump proposed a plan this weekend put an end to the Chuck down. But democratic Senator Chuck Schumer says he thinks Democrats will block it. The president's proposal would give him the five point seven billion dollars. He wants for a border wall while extending temporary protections for dreamers. People brought to the US illegally as children majority leader, Mitch McConnell. All is set to bring the proposal to the Senate floor tomorrow for a vote. Vice President Mike Pence talks about the potential vote yesterday on CBS. That's the president's request. And the Senate leadership has agreed to bring the Bill to the floor. Our requests for funding for the wall and all the other resource. But look we recognize the legislative process is a process of give and take the Democrats want to bring amendments or recommendations forward. I know the president will give them due consideration. We'll have more reaction from Capitol Hill later in the newscast. And despite the shutdown the Martin Luther King junior national park in Atlanta is open just in time for Martin Luther King junior day. The site includes king's home and the Evans are Baptist church. King's family says today's holiday shouldn't spire Americans. Mom, often said that it really is a day on the day off. So although it's a holiday, which means maybe kick back and relax. He really is more of a day that we should be engaged in service. And particularly particularly this year. Something has got to change gear for the United States of America. We are far better than the behavior were exhibiting. And so I think we gotta be engaged in all kinds of services throughout this holiday and really throughout the year. The park will stay open for at least sixteen days through the Super Bowl. So people can go. Visit it..

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Thousand federal employees to be compensated for wages lost or work performed during the partial government shutdown. Wednesdays Bill signing was closed to the media at the house and Senate had voted to give the workers backpay at whatever the federal government reopens the shutdown now in its fourth week with no end in sight, the dispute of course, over a border security funding, federal employees received. Hey stabs with nothing but zeros on them last week Georgia man accused of plotting to use an anti-tank rocket to storm. The White House was arrested in a sting Wednesday after traded his car for guns and explosives harsher Jalal to have was arrested Wednesday as I mentioned a local law enforcement agency contacted the FBI. In March after getting a tip from somebody who said to have had become radicalized that changed his name and plan to travel abroad. Not according to an F B I agents affidavit filed in court, well, just a day after receiving bipartisan praise for his answers about the special counsels Russia investigation. Democrats now say they aren't happy with attorney general nominee William bar bar told lawmakers that he'd protect the pro but then on Wednesday during day two of his confirmation hearings. He suggested he won't released to the public Muller's entire final report that didn't sit well with that many Democrats, including Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, but the White House says it's still satisfied with bars performance. And we will hear from Senator Chuck Schumer now who question bar on that committee, and I asked him would he issue the full Muller report? With only reductions if intelligence agency said it would compromise sources to simply say, you're for transparency doesn't say very much. So I said you have to make in my judgment to merit. The vote a vote on nomination you would have to make unequivocal in public that you would not interfere with. The issuance of you would issue the full report, except if intelligence sources. Said that certain portions should be redacted would not give that assurance very disappointing. The president has a great deal of respect for Bill bar and thinks he's going to make a great attorney general and thought he did a good job yesterday. Oh, Barr says there's no witch-hunt the president's been clear about what his feelings are the president knows that.

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

10:15 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on WLAC

"Tennessee stall reports early edition with Kelly and Michael Patrick layhee. You have to make in my judgment to merit. The vote vote on nomination you would have to make unequivocal in public that you would not interfere with the issuance of you would issue the full report, except if intelligence sources. Said that certain portions should be redacted. He would not give that assurance very disappointing. All right. Senator Chuck Schumer. You know, the leader the Democrats in the Senate here the talking about the confirmation hearing, the time going about William barb the nominee for attorney general specifically that subject is about the report for Muller and summer saying it, it may not be we only maybe get a view notes a in a public fashion. You know, it didn't. So something wondering what about transparency and others saying that that could be as a barmaid mentioned, there might be sensitive information in there that they could not be released microsurgery lay the CEO editor in chief of the Tennessee star is here. And what do you think about that? I I would think the public's I'm going to be too happy. We don't get a report. Right. We're going to get something out all this money. We're spending. Well, you know, the we talked earlier about this issue of negotiation. Right go back to America. And you make a very good point Doug that through. Out American history government in the United States constitutional checks and balances between the executive and the legislative, and then also that you'd issue, but in the case of setting a budget together, or even you know, confirming somebody to the United to the cabinet sometimes there's issues of compromise. I think that clip illustrates that Senate minority leader democrat Senate, my minority leader Chuck Schumer and his ally. Speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi are absolutely not interested whatsoever in any kind of compromise concession or anything other than going with their hardcore far left. I hate Donald Trump ideology. I mean, you could put up the pope, or, you know, Saint Saint Paul for any cabinet officer. And Chuck Schumer would have some criticism. And would explain why he's adamantly opposed to confirming that person they say bars kind of Andrew their questions for the most part of the way Democrats would like I mean, I'm missing something here. But the you think you'll get any Democrats, you know, voting for his confirmation. I think view, right. I think Joe Manchin will vote for maybe a couple of others. But and maybe a few up in twenty twenty might maybe Bill bar can't can't guarantee something about a report. He has not seen. Right. I think it is fair to say that we gotta have more than just a few no Jenin outline really publicly because otherwise, you know, that may cause more trouble than than we need to we need to know what he came up with. Yeah. Well, it it ain't a lot. But if they spent odds money doing this investigation here then. I mean, we can't just say, oh, we didn't find anything. That's it gays close. You know, no remorse. Have that? I wonder if we could fund the wall by stopping funding. Transfer the money, right? The transfer the money Muller investigation into the border and during they have to build the wall and at night, they can by the way, one of the funniest memes. I've seen you. I think no matter whether you like the president. The you know that there's been all this controversy of needless. I might add about the Clemson Tigers football team at the White House. Eating fast food, the other day, the president and one of the funniest memes is a picture of the president saying Taco Bell is gonna pay for all of this. I like that. Humor. Although I still am aggrieved. I'm seriously aggrieved at the president for not including Chick-fil-A. Yeah. Exactly. Right. Well, we we nit-picky here. But I agree with you. We should've Jake play may or may not be one of your favorites. After all he's from New York. I don't know if Chick-fil-A may not be big in New York like it is in this part of the countries think mayor de Blasios boycotting Chick-fil-A, Stephen a Smith yesterday railing against food. Here math is the ESPN commentator who has an opinion on everything and knowledge on nothing. But sports, well, the thing is he's he's railing in calling, you know, lead athletes, don't eat fast food. I saw those guys eating a lot of fast food, and in my opinion. Getting you know, they won the national championship family leave the three hundred and twenty pounds offensive lineman. I mean, they're carbs baby. Right. I mean, they love car. Thank you. And the comments from the team that cla guys at Clemson loved it. Yeah. Exactly. And so, but and then others are calling it racist. Wake me. How would you raises? Eating a whopper in a big Macs. The Wendy's whatever I mean, come on speaking of funny things of allegations of racism and white privilege. Did you you saw this one of our stories today is our friend David Webb. David Webb is a Fox News contributor. He has a radio show on Sirius and David actually it. We invited him down. He came down to Tennessee. At my invitation in August late August of two thousand fourteen when we were looking for a conservative candidates to budget. Why guys hanging out challenge to challenge? Lamar alexander. Any moderated a debate between it was very interesting debate between Kevin Kukachenko carjacker coo-ca-choo ended up not running. And Joe car was the person that the beat Lamar folks that I was involved with endorsed web came down and moderated that debate. Did a great job. I noticed that. He. That he didn't he? I'm white. It was very obvious that David Webb was black. Okay. On his radio show, this this CNN commentator accused him of of having conservative views because of white privilege. Case, you don't know black. Not on the screen. I mean, do they? I wanna talk to you about your white privilege, and he's like, I'm black on black. Right. I mean, it's one of the funniest things I've seen in a while. It is really funny, and you know, that per she stumbled in mumbled and bumbled cushy Nazi him on the screen. No. It was radio. It was radio radio is a CNN picture here with the the lady and and and David on here. And I'm like, okay. I'm having a problem here. Yeah. Why is that? So she couldn't see him. But I think she assumed he was white apparently radio show. Right. So you must be white must be must be. But it was just funny. And if you know if you know, David he does not suffer fools gladly. Zing. Yeah. It's it's just one of the funniest things. And it's like, okay, let's talk about white privilege. And what is it toxic masculinity? That boy commercial or whatever that you were mentioning the other day is going around. It is like. Both I got white privilege and toxic masculinity. People are going to have to like, you know, walk a wide circle around me going forward. On the other side of the street when we see you coming. But you knew that already. You throw it throw any religious aspect to Krisztian grander evening, sir. We just simply can't deal with you. I'm sorry, you it's just a win the country. Did come, you know, the founders did come from western Europe? Right. And so the idea that the the white race is a predominant race in the country. That's not really shocking that. I mean, it may change. Nobody's saying it won't. I mean, there's a lot of discussion that in two thousand twenty five years, we may be a majority minority country. So what? But the point is that why is it now? It's it's okay to attack white people. Well, I mean, this is just a sea change in the country. And it's a long long effort by the far left to villain is our constitutional Republic, our founders and western civilization. Let me the other day your time at the mainstream media Lulu earlier. And and you know, the Democrats are coming out everywhere. Running for office. And I heard one of the commentators say, well, you see you look at the Democrats may look like America you look at Republican candidates like you did two years ago. And there's no diversity. Running for office. It's not up to me to have somebody of some other race color. Whatever it may be belief system to get them in the race. It's I'm trying to win an election John James in Michigan. You know there. There's all the young nineteen year old black legislator elected to the West Virginia house of delegates. We're talking about the race for president. But you're right. I mean, it's not it really you trying to coalesce. Among a belief system. Right. A coral believes in this. And that I mean, I welcome anyone to you know, to to come to the conservative viewpoint because I think it's better for America, and such but that it's gotten down to what you see. And then you determine whether there's diversity or or whatever in there. Yes. There may be diversity among the type of people who are running, but there's not much diversity among thought. When you talk about diversity Russia to leave. We have a story actually at the Tennessee star today..

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:28 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Five to one KFI real quick, Tim. It's after nine o'clock, which means it's after midnight, east coast time. So the government shutdown is now a record shut down twenty two days. That's the longest that has ever affected. The American government Mosser passing the twenty one days in one thousand nine hundred six. Yeah, they got to put that back together. I don't know what this Lucien is who you know, how to get out of there. But I do know that the when Trump met with the Democrats he said, I want the wall and the Democrats said, no. So he left the room and advice President Mike Pence said, okay? Then what are you guys want? And. Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer Senator Chuck Schumer said we are not go. She anything. So I don't know how you negotiate with somebody says, you we're not giving you anything. And that's the problem that is involving teachers now as well. As the district has said, yeah, you're right at the United teachers, Los Angeles did not make a counter offer today. That's right. I think they're really far apart. Poor teachers men. Get hosed with idiots Niclas. You can't suspend anybody or expel anybody to deal with these a whole kids all day long. And then the kids that want to learn they can't because of the disruptive kids, and it's very expensive to live in California. If you're a teacher, it's very difficult to do and one more money. Look, if you're not going to pay teachers more money who the hell are you gonna pay? This is the future. The only thing this country has the most valuable asset this country has by far. Second to none not it's not oil. It's not energy. It's not gold. It's not money. It's not companies or corporations or high tech. It's the children the kids are the most valuable thing that we have for our future without the kids learning properly in growing up properly. This country will go in the toilet in a generation or two. So give the teachers the money stop with the high speed rail and send those those teachers back to work happy with a big fat raise. And don't make me get involved. It'll get ugly. Mary you're on KFI. How are you? I love your show. Thank you. Mary Kay, Kim. Yes. Your father bought me abolish champagne your mom and dad at the race track on my birthday longtime ago. I was sitting by myself, and they they they like the race track. Your your dad does doesn't he? Yes. He does. Said are you by yourself? I said, yes, he's birthday. And he sent me of abolish champagne, and I've never forgotten it. It was amazing. Yeah. That was my my mom and dad when they went through a weird phase where they were into three ways. And that was that was their way of trying to hook you up. But I just I love your show. I listen to all the time. And I wasn't sure what? Right. I I'm sorry. Go ahead, man. And I, and I am you talking about the Rams and the and the chargers is that where we're growing. I don't know what the hell the data. I'm Bill Goldberg. He was on the Rams, and I to love that the Rams district 'cause I dated him. But now, I'm a big Rams fan. I I miss being in Anaheim. I remember Bill Goldberg. He was the first right? Yeah. He was the first Jewish player to ever play. The rams. Yeah. I went out with him. I met him one of his games. I went for like a year. Larry burnett. I'm sorry. Do you know? Larry burnett. No. He was his brother-in-law. Okay. I did not know that his his friend was the guy that we met with another football player, and that's how me and my girlfriend met, and they got married with Paul butchered. Oh, all right. And what happened? Why did you stop dating? Well, you know, what he just drank a little bit too much more than I really wanted to drink, and he was really sweet baby, sweetie. I mean, it sounds like you're drinking alone at the track. I did not I didn't drink a lot. But he was like a nice guy. And I love the Rams. And I think they're a great team. I just miss them in Anaheim. It's really sad. All Rams, right, right? Go rancid was what do you like Rams Rams fan? And then I'm also like last two years since the chargers signed with KFI become a chargers fan. Oh my God. You're kidding one. Who you like? Well, I like, of course, Philip rivers. Okay. And also like. Jemal johnson. Okay. To go to the games. Henry. Henry ford. Okay. Bill picker mouth Larry Burnett. Melvin gordon. James, Johnny galls three Paul Shapiro plump. I know all right Mary. Thanks for calling. Okay. Threeway? Threeway? Yes, she didn't even. I don't know. It sounds like it. I mean, I'd never heard my dad doing that. But that sounds like how you do it. You see check alone to track you, go. Hey, here's a bottle of champagne. Right quinton. You're on KFI. Clinton clint. But yes, sir. But no president jokes, please. All right. I got the day. I've moved out here to Southern Cal wrong through the Dow and I heard. For the first time. I'm like, Jim Carrey junior. Oh, go figure as you're on a horn with this guy. Chris little wife. Julie Julie little there you go. Yes, sir. You know, you're you're getting kind of time I take this guy out hooked ever say it's conversation, you asked if their son was going to try out because the price is right. And she hung up on you. Established just like why would you say that they were dumping on you like goat? And I was wondering been bugging me ever since you said that why? Well, I don't know why. Sometimes they're just idiots, but Julie little Chris's. Why did go on the price is right? And she won thirty five thousand dollars worth of stuff. Okay. Got you. Yeah. Got question for you Clinton Clinton. Do you know Larry Burnett? Yeah. You know, what he's my next door neighbor. Oh, that's crazy. It's pretty cool. I'm sorry. No. I think why we were getting on you about Chris's son Mark modeling for prices right modeling for prices, right? That's right. I thought about in the Speedo does. That's right. That's what it was. Yeah. Yeah. I'm sorry. Ben you got a question for God. No. I just did to that point about the call. It may have come at a time when she could not talk about what happened on the price is right. So. Ruling any kind of confidentiality agreement. Click the staff the staff with where we're just bagging on you. Well, I'll go back to my earlier explanation. Sometimes they're just idiots. Okay. Hi, thanks, buddy. All right. Take care south there. He goes Clinton. Got a great voice right choice over. You. He said bud, Bob, but his name is Clinton Bill Clinton or not. But might be asked you not to. Why are you asking everybody who this guy is just wondering what's his name? Larry burnett. Larry brunette is that a friend of yours? Yeah. He used to do the Lakers. Stay in post. Oh, that's right. This sports play by play. Did you play for the Rams? So you just ask everybody, they know. I was just wondering. All right. All right, one eight hundred five zero one KFI let's open up those phones every body rely benders in the.

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Welcome back to the pain-free. Relieffactor dot com studios. It's the sage Larry elder. Really? Already. He's already on my last year. Put it really. Well, I've heard his healthcare. I wanna say that early on seven hundred ten doctors in California reviews. And I don't know where this guy doctor shortage already primary care waiting. Tesla. You know, people can't get you. Growing up. I mean, this guy for him to come out and say this first thing out of the box. Doc. Hannity. Here's medical you pay a very very cost efficient, and then you have catastrophic. Triple eight nine hundred one s late nights of a one seven two four three larryelder. Relieffactor dot com. Trump said Schumer used to support the border wall. Senator Chuck Schumer who you will be hearing from later tonight has repeatedly supported a physical barrier in the past along with many other Democrats, they changed their mind only after I was elected president Democrats in congress have refused to acknowledge the crisis, and they have refused to provide our brave border agents with the tools they desperately need to protect our families and our nation. And he talked about how wealthy people protect themselves with walls. Some have suggested a barrier is immoral. Then why do wealthy politicians build walls, fences and gates around their homes? They don't build walls because they hate the people on the app side. But because they love the people on the inside the only thing that is immoral is the politicians to do nothing and continue to allow more innocent people to be so horribly victimized. Gene is in San Bernardino, California, junior Hilario the show. Thank you so much for calling. Thanks for taking my call, sir. Regarding the awful regarding the awful argument of calling the wall immoral and disgusting argument, where someone like that democrat Senator tried using Jesus Mary Joseph as refugees those cases of preaching should just stop now because multiple counter arguments can be made against that. One example can cited from revelations where new Jerusalem from heaven is mentioned to have a big wall with twelve gates surrounding it. These gates are always open to those who deserve entry through cry. So that being said what goody two shoes Nancy Pelosi called that wall? A wall literally from heaven immoral to great point. Isn't immorality. Lawrence is in Dallas Lawrence on the Larry elder show. Yes. Larry how come the President Trump didn't push for this funding for the wall and December when both the house and the Senate where Republican he should have? And I'm sure I'm sure and I'm sure and I'm sure he regretted it should have been a top priority. And that is again, why Nancy Pelosi was so confident that that if you were to put the Bill up, the Republicans wouldn't support it remember. House. Could bring up this Bill. Immediately. Can we thought we were going to get it passed in the Senate, Nancy? We would immediately. We'll get it passed very easily. Can.

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on Start Here

"Despite over the border. It's been so partisan. It's driven by politics. Not always facts. And complicating everything about this Oval Office address was the fact that in the past this president has said things about the border that just aren't true. So ABC news devoted a whole team of fact checkers to this prime time address. These are the people who in real time had to scribble down what the president saying they have to research it then they have to deliver some conclusions to George Stephanopoulos walkie and the team are still on the air. ABC's Justin fischel and KENDALL heath have caught their breath. They're with us now. So I mean as the speech is happening what stuck out to you, Justin. Well, he led with this is a security crisis. We are out of space to hold them. And we have no way to promptly return them back home to the country. And if you're looking at it in terms of human flow over the border, it's really hard to make that argument today think in two thousand one we were looking at a million and a half apprehensions at the border under Trump that that is really hovered around. Three hundred thousand and it's gone up. And that's bothered him under his watch. But it's nowhere near where it has been historically. And really it's at Lowe's over the over the past two decades. And that's that's an important context when we're talking about security crisis as he claims yet KENDALL. What else so did to find this address for you, one of the president's favorite things to repeat over and over despite evidence to the contrary is that Mexico is still going to pay for this wall? And he said that the wall will be paid for indirectly by the great new trade deal. We have made with Mexico. Well, the United States Mexico Canada agreement or US MCA is there's no evidence that this deal is going to pay for the wall. The president of Mexico is saying it's not paying for it. Congress still needs to approve it. But there is absolutely no information at anywhere in there. There would be funding to pay for this wall within that agreement. Well, these are things that you guys immediately flagged for the team saying this doesn't add up. But there were things the president said that clearly were studied up on he's right when he says are Poder. Southern borders a pipeline for vast quantities of legal drugs that's true, including meth heroin cocaine and Fenton. Oh, the problem is they come through ports of entry. They're not being all driven across a across the desert with this is not guys with like kilos of coke in their backpacks. Exactly. In fact, a good number of them are coming in invalids from China. They're coming through the mail and the problem with the president's claim is a wall is not going to do much to stop all of that flow. Senator Chuck Schumer who you will be hearing from later tonight has repeatedly supported a physical barrier in the past the president also likes to repeat that Democrats have supported the border in the past. And they just changed their mind after he was elected, and he's right to suggest that many points Schumer has backed the idea of a wall just in January twenty eighteen they appear to have an agreement for permanent protections for some young documented immigrants in exchange report security that included that well, but. In. Of course, those negotiations just fell apart. He also pointed that they voted for a border fence in the past. And he's right authorized some badly needed funding for better fences, and better security along our borders, and that should help stem some of the tide of illegal immigration in this country, secure fence act called for the construction of a seven hundred mile fence along the southern border that also included surveillance and tech. And also it's of other things, but this was not the big beautiful wall. That Trump is calling for that Schumer did and voting for very very different and kind of apples and oranges to equate the two the semantics of all fence barrier..

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on Start Here

"Despite over the border. It's been so partisan. It's driven by politics. Not always facts. And complicating everything about this Oval Office address was the fact that in the past this president has said things about the border that just aren't true. So ABC news devoted a whole team of fact checkers to this prime time address. These are the people who in real time had to scribble down what the president saying they have to research it then they have to deliver some conclusions to George Stephanopoulos walkie and the team are still on the air. ABC's Justin fischel and KENDALL heath have caught their breath. They're with us now. So I mean as the speech is happening what stuck out to you, Justin. Well, he led with this is a security crisis. We are out of space to hold them. And we have no way to promptly return them back home to the country. And if you're looking at it in terms of human flow over the border, it's really hard to make that argument today think in two thousand one we were looking at a million and a half apprehensions at the border under Trump that that is really hovered around. Three hundred thousand and it's gone up. And that's bothered him under his watch. But it's nowhere near where it has been historically. And really it's at Lowe's over the over the past two decades. And that's that's an important context when we're talking about security crisis as he claims yet KENDALL. What else so did to find this address for you, one of the president's favorite things to repeat over and over despite evidence to the contrary is that Mexico is still going to pay for this wall? And he said that the wall will be paid for indirectly by the great new trade deal. We have made with Mexico. Well, the United States Mexico Canada agreement or US MCA is there's no evidence that this deal is going to pay for the wall. The president of Mexico is saying it's not paying for it. Congress still needs to approve it. But there is absolutely no information at anywhere in there. There would be funding to pay for this wall within that agreement. Well, these are things that you guys immediately flagged for the team saying this doesn't add up. But there were things the president said that clearly were studied up on he's right when he says are Poder. Southern borders a pipeline for vast quantities of legal drugs that's true, including meth heroin cocaine and Fenton. Oh, the problem is they come through ports of entry. They're not being all driven across a across the desert with this is not guys with like kilos of coke in their backpacks. Exactly. In fact, a good number of them are coming in invalids from China. They're coming through the mail and the problem with the president's claim is a wall is not going to do much to stop all of that flow. Senator Chuck Schumer who you will be hearing from later tonight has repeatedly supported a physical barrier in the past the president also likes to repeat that Democrats have supported the border in the past. And they just changed their mind after he was elected, and he's right to suggest that many points Schumer has backed the idea of a wall just in January twenty eighteen they appear to have an agreement for permanent protections for some young documented immigrants in exchange report security that included that well, but. In. Of course, those negotiations just fell apart. He also pointed that they voted for a border fence in the past. And he's right authorized some badly needed funding for better fences, and better security along our borders, and that should help stem some of the tide of illegal immigration in this country, secure fence act called for the construction of a seven hundred mile fence along the southern border that also included surveillance and tech. And also it's of other things, but this was not the big beautiful wall. That Trump is calling for that Schumer did and voting for very very different and kind of apples and oranges to equate the two the semantics of all fence barrier..

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"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"senator chuck schumer" Discussed on WTVN

"WTVN. back. It is the marklevinshow nice to be with you. Ben Ferguson, filling in for the great one who will be back with you on Monday. If you just joined us, we're talking about Mitt Romney, his big op-ed, you know, being a useful idiot for the left. I said it earlier I'll say it again. Why did Mitt Romney except Trump's endorsement if he didn't like the present this much? Ronna McDaniel, whose Romney's niece a lot of people don't know that. She's also the chair of the Republican National Committee came out this morning bashing. Her uncle saying quote, and she's right for an incoming Republican freshman Senator to attack Trump as their first act feeds into what the Democrats and the media want, and it's disappointing and unproductive Ari Fleischer. Former White House press secretary of respect for he worked for Bush forty three said, I'm disappointed Mitt Romney, his defining act is an incoming Senator is to criticize President Trump. If Senator elect Romney thinks Trump is a bigger problem. Then Nancy Pelosi or Senator Chuck Schumer, then he has a lot to learn about how things get done in Washington. There you have it. I couldn't I couldn't agree more. And people say oh well Mitt Romney, though, he was telling truth. All right. How many of you stick with this guy? One eight seven seven three eight one thirty eight eleven Scott, you're on the marklevinshow. Ben, ferguson. Filling a nice to have you with us. Go ahead. Hey, I'm big fan of the show. I do have an issue with number one. I I would tend to agree. I don't know why Romney had to pin the article. Now, I'm no huge Mitt Romney fan. I'm a Ted Cruz guy. So I'm not establishment the problem. I have is any first of all I read the op-ed quickly. And I didn't see that. I thought it was just an interview. I didn't know it was something he pan. I thought it was an interview dead. But if it was an op-ed that does change my opinion, and if Romney came out and said he wasn't gonna endorse him. Then I think that's wrong. I do agree. This is Romney wrote this op Ed for the Washington Post. It is it is. It is literally mitt Romney's own words where he sat down, and he was again useful idiot for the left, and he said the present shapes the public character of the nation. Trump's character fall short this is I mean, this is by Mitt Romney January one eight o'clock at night a Republican from Utah. The party's two thousand twelve nominee for president will be sworn into the US Senate on Thursday. I mean, this is how the byline is. It says the Trump presidency made a deep descent in December. So Nancy Pelosi. Didn't do anything wrong. Chuck schumer. Didn't do. I mean, this is your number one thing that you wanna do you wanna come in here? And you wanna Tak the president nights America's America saying who's of your party? How do you get anything done now because the Democrats aren't going to do anything for you? First of all things. I would agree it was unnecessary. But number two, he didn't he didn't endorse Nancy Pelosi. He's not gonna do that. So now, you're taking it too far far. What I'm saying is if you are a Republican Senator. If you again, he took the endorsement, and this is important he took the endorsement, Donald Trump. He wanted the endorsement Donald Trump, and he wanted it because he knew that it would be valuable for him with voters in Utah because it would say, okay, I'll support him because he's going to go support the presence agenda items, which is support. And now he comes to Washington rips. The president says, oh, well, I'm not going to endorse him one. The president doesn't need your endorsement, but to it just shows you that you were lying to your constituents. I mean, you had no problem taking his endorsement now, you're acting like you wouldn't give an endorsement you had no problem begging for a job to be secretary of state with this, man. You had no problem doing that? Which again shows that you have no scruples you lied to your constituents and misled them, again, it's all this is to me all about misleading them. It's all about lying and misleading to the that might be a better way of putting it. Here's my problem. Because I I I agree to start with it's unnecessary. Which is greed with that. I don't know why Romney had to do that right now. Number two. I'm not sure that I disagree with some of the things you send me off. Ed. I just think it might be it was unnecessary. Number three. He hasn't not supported any of the policies that hasn't happened. Number four. I think a big problem is people who will not criticize for any reason did Romney knee to. I don't think you need it to do that as its first active Senator. Agreed. But my big problem. I have is people that are unwilling to criticize I have. Here's my thing. I have criticized Trump. I've criticized Trump on my show, of course, is Trump when I've been filling in for Mark Levin here. Mark Levin has criticized the president when on certain issues when you come in, and you, and you basically say this guy shouldn't be president. And we shouldn't trust this president who who is of my party. But he didn't say you shouldn't be president. That's not what he said. Dude. This is where I got it. This is where you got to. I mean, you got to read his own words in the.

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