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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"How fast is the fast track on Michael Toscano the house impeachment enquiring will feature only one witness an open testimony this morning with the fire US ambassador to Ukraine to revive it set to appear on television Zahn although report she was emotional and closed door testimony which may be a factor this morning what is critical it from her testimony is really how she felt she was treated while she was in Ukraine the smear campaign that was being conducted against her she was very worried and concerned fearful up for the words of the president president trump on that phone call with the cranium president calling her bad news saying that things were going to happen to her hearing goes live an hour from now closed doors this afternoon for the embassy aide who overheard president trump talking about pressure on Ukraine during a phone call the sixteen year old boy who shot five students killing two at a Santa Clarita California high school before shooting himself clings to life this morning as police search for a motive the latest school shooting prompting an effort to unanimously passed a gun background check bill in the Senate keeping individual senators from having their votes recorded it was blocked by Republican senator Cindy Hyde Smith of Mississippi legislation that would affect the rights of American citizens under the second amendment should not be fast tracked by the Senate in high school shooting survivor Cameron Caskey taking senator Smith to task forty forces the school shootings this year is the is that fast to you how many more bodies need to pile up before before a bill that is bipartisan backed is considered slow enough for years Cindy Hyde Smith protesters hold up in a Hong Kong university are demanding the government commit to holding local elections November twenty four otherwise they say they'll wrap up protests students and other protestors have taken over major campuses in Hong Kong building barricades and stockpiling fire bombs and weapons Russia announcing the last nuclear arms control treaty between them and the U. S. will likely be allowed to expire it limits the number of strategic nuclear warheads.

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Majors day on the border. This is a big league, but we are going to do something very dramatic on the border never reflecting pool at the Lincoln Memorial is going to be out of commission for the next three weeks. The pool has a broken line that left the water looking a little funky. Little greener now than it normally we've been shocking the pool with chlorine to try and keep it clean. But as the weather heats up that becomes a little bit more difficult. So the bulls being drained to make the repairs and clean the bottom that won't take much time draining and refilling the pool. It's the real time eater. Four million gallons of water. The granted system is about eight hundred gallon or. Less than a minute. So that's the bigger issue simply of the amount of water. Got to get rid of John Matthews on WMA L Wm AL dot com or Senator fan. Cochran died. The Mississippi Republican who served in congress for more than forty five years passed away this morning, Cochran who served as the chairman of the Senate appropriations committee, had resigned from the US Senate in April of two thousand eighteen citing health concerns. His death was confirmed by the office of Senator Cindy Hyde Smith who succeeded Cochran in the Senate that Cochran was eighty one correspondent Linda Kenyon, a group of women. Filing a lawsuit against the San Diego based church over what they allege has been decades of sexual abuse of young girls. Amber Thompson is one of the plaintiffs. So as long as I can remember I was sexually abused by multiple adult members in The Living Word Phillips ships, including those in the highest positions of power. The lawsuit alleges clergyman often assigned to girls as so called spiritual. Parents in The Living Word fellowship. Church repeatedly raped and abused the girl some young seven and a statement, the church says it's fired those believed involved and apologizes to the victims the plaintiff. Search Peres with kids in the church that they call a haven for pedophile cult to leave it, Jim Roope, Los Angeles. For the first time the NBA finals will be played outside of the US Golden State Warriors are aiming for the third straight title and fourth in the last five years for the first time, it's not LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers standing in the way this year's challenger the Toronto. Raptors the NBA finals debut for the Canadian franchise in. It's twenty four th season. No major sports team north of the border has won any pro championship since the baseball team across town. The Blue Jays took the ninety three World Series. Toronto host game one tonight game two on Sunday before game three back in Oakland on Wednesday. I'm Joe Ramsey. Checking your money, this noon. The Dow is down two points, the s&p five hundred is up two points, the NASDAQ up fourteen WMA Al traffic and weather.

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Pelosi clinches speaker nomination; needs to find more votes by Jan. 3

World News This Week

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Pelosi clinches speaker nomination; needs to find more votes by Jan. 3

"To end those tax credits. House minority leader Nancy Pelosi is poised. To regain the speakership early. Next year, the California congresswoman clearing a major hurdle here again ABC's. Kenneth Moton at the capitol. Thirty two Democrats voted against nominating Nancy Pelosi for speaker of the house diversity is our strength. But I is our power before the crucial democratic caucus vote. The longtime leader chose to focus on the majority who voted yes, I'm very very just so inspired by and to grateful to my colleagues Lucy has worked today before the January third vote on the house floor where she will need to hundred eighteen votes to become speaker. The reason is because mississippians know me, and they know my heart and thank you for stepping up. Mississippi Republican senators Cindy, Hyde Smith who won this week's runoff election against democrat. Mike Espy amid charges of racism more from ABC's Mary Bruce Smith in fisted, she will represent all of Mississippi after winning this race, which was rocked by regional controversy. She came under intense fire for her comments on public hangings. She made clear she is eager to move on. She's now the first woman elected to congress in the state's history, and she told supporters she's a cowgirl who can roll with the punches while her opponent urge his supporters to continue to raise their voices against injustice. This was the final Senate race to be called. And now give Senate Republicans net gain of two seats expanding their majority to fifty three seats. Democrats forty-seven all over in the house. The Democrats have now flipped. A whopping thirty nine seats giving them a very comfortable majority throat a possible government shutdown month looms over congress arguing over border security funds this week teargas turned back migrants rushing the US Mexico border ABC's Matt Gutman's been with the caravan of thousands more than one hundred migrants deported following those violent clashes in the border town of T one. A peaceful protest turning chaotic when hundreds of Central American migrants. First clashed with Mexican police rushed the border fence. They were meant a wall of tear-gas unleashed by heavily-armed US agents behind coils of concertina wire there is an enormous amount of discouragement here among the migrants other about five thousand people here. Now that number's expected swell to about nine thousand in the coming days, but many now understand that it is going to be incredibly difficult to make it into the United States. At least legally they understand asylum is a long shot and storming the fence as they did between the Guatemala, and Mexico borders, that's not gonna work here. Some people are going to try to get their way in illegally smuggling using Cochise. Others are going to go home major damage reported in and around Anchorage Alaska following a massive seven magnitude earthquake Friday buckling buildings and roads suspending rail travel in briefly shutting the airport ABC's Alec stone with more as you're quake was hitting a FedEx Boeing trip. Seven was landing in Anchorage when the air traffic controller and mid quake guild for the jumbo jet to cancel his landing. The audio from live ATC dot net. There was confusion. And then finally an answer from the tower forty nine round. After the quake planes were held in the sky while the tower evacuated the president says the federal government will spare no expense to help. Mr. Trump is pooh-poohing last week's silver report on climate change here again as ABC's Jonathan Karl President Trump dismissed the report written by scientists from thirteen federal agencies and released by his administration the day after thanksgiving. It's a report that warns climate change is already taking toll record wildfires in California. Stronger hurricanes crop failures in the mid west. The report bluntly warns of more to come including threats to air quality and the transmission of disease and says if steps aren't taken to limit the release of carbon into the atmosphere economic consequences will be devastating a ten percent loss to the economy worse than the great recession. We asked the president about it. Mr. I if you read the climate report yet I've seen it. I've read some of it, and it's fine. But they say economic impact could be devastating. You don't believe it. No, no. I don't believe it right now, we're at cleanest we've ever been very important Jimmy, but if went plead, but every other place, our nurses, dirty. That's not so good. Marriott says it's been the victim of a four year. Cyberattack ABC's. Aaron Katersky has details. Marriott discovered only recently that hackers penetrated a Starwood guest reservation database in twenty fourteen and had been siphoning credit card numbers passport numbers and other customer information ever since hundreds of millions

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"It wasn't the border patrol fired into a peaceful crowd do that that's complete misery and everyone stick around with what we got a lot more to talk about President Trump is right now on his way to Mississippi hoping to save a Senate seat for Republicans the new racially details turned tomorrow's runoff election. For McGinn me into a maybe stay with us. Disappoint. Hey, it's Howard Beck. And I've gotten Michael Rapaport on Bleacher reports the bowl forty eight three. It's like wrestling like when LeBron jersey on he's whole Cogan or he's Andre the giant or easy iron Sheik. I don't care we as off the court kinda wanna know what he has a jersey on I want him down. So check out the full forty eight now on the Bleacher report app or subscribe at apple podcasts. We're back with our politics lead in the scab of estates ugly racist past being picked at before tomorrow's Senate runoff election. This morning outside the Mississippi State capital in Jackson to two nooses voting. The state's horrific history of lynching were discovered hanging from trees along with several signs. One of would said voters should elect the Senator who will quote respect lynched victims. That's a clear reference to this video from campaign event where the incumbent Republican senators Cindy, Hyde Smith said she liked one of her supporters so much quote, if he invited me to a public hanging. I would be on the front row. Such comments have her race against former democratic congressman Mike Espy more competitive than expected. But President Trump dismissed the controversy is he headed to route to rally in the reliably red state. He won by nearly eighteen points. Savages live at the state capital in Jackson and Mark you've been speaking to voters in Mississippi. What are they saying about at all? Well, it depends on who you talk to. Of course, you know, there should have been a very easy race for Senator city Huntsville, then the state has read as Mississippi, but she's run into an unexpected problem. Her own words. We begin the race for Mississippi said it wasn't supposed to be close. And it certainly wasn't supposed to be controversial. But Republicans are not worried as new reporting reveals more and more about Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith past she supported at least two to elevate Mississippi's confederate history c k file investigative team found she wants cosponsored a resolution that appeared to glorify the confederate cause at according to the Washington Post. She back to resolution in two thousand one to rename a Mississippi highway after the president of the confederacy. This is two thousand fourteen images emerged showing Hyde Smith posing the confederate hat and holding a rifle during heights Smith's campaign. She remarked sheet attend a public hanging if invited by supporter. And seemingly endorsed voter suppression. At what she called liberal college campuses. She offered a partial apology for the public hanging remark. Anyone that was offended for my by my comments. I certainly apologize. But quickly added I also recognize that this comment was twisted. And it was turned into a weapon to be used to get me husband gone over will in the state that has a history of both. Someone told me that was the gift that keeps them giving especially with her democratic opponent. Mike Espy is African American for opponent is using all of this to his advantage and television, so embarrassing. She'd be a disaster for Mississippi companies, including WalMart and major league baseball have requested refunds for their contributions to the Hyde Smith campaign, a move Espy suggests says she's bad for business if he wins SP would become Mississippi's. I African American Senator since the end of the civil war. I know I can't win. Oh, black votes. I'll tell everyone I need repub-. Lukens independence. I need those who've never voted before. But Hyde Smith is hopeful a visit from President Donald Trump is a welcome distraction as she struggles to put a series of racially charged controversies behind her..

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"I looked like Elvis you see. President Trump in Tupelo Mississippi comparing himself to the king Elvis Presley and delivering the closing argument Republican senators Cindy, Hyde Smith in today's runoff Senate election joining us now from Jackson Mississippi where he's been camped out MSNBC correspondent von Hillier. Von what are the campaigns thinking this morning, and can the democrat Mike Espy pull off an upset there? Number one. Will you don't see many of us Presley signs around you, don't necessarily see Donald Trump signs around? You see Cindy Hyde Smith signs around yet the Republican candidate in this race essentially brought in that designated hitter of Donald Trump yesterday for those two campaign rallies in Tupelo, and then down in the southern city of Gulfport, essentially will she's gone quiet for the most part on the campaign trail, particularly talking about her past comments about the issue of race unwilling to engage in a conversation. This is still Mississippi and the Republican party here in there the party with the infrastructure here, they are in has more than one hundred paid staffers on the ground Donald Trump. The president United States was in town compare that to my guess be the democrat who is taking much more of a of an on the ground effort here and finished off last night. With a gospel explosion here in Jackson, just compare the two events from last night. Cindy's far left opponent as far left. How does he fit with Mississippi? Just go over this. How does he fit in my guest be opposed Justice Cava as we will vote in total lockstep with Schumer Pelosi, the legendary Maxine Waters? Joe? Somebody else tonight..

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Farm bankruptcies on the rise in Upper Midwest

24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Farm bankruptcies on the rise in Upper Midwest

"With his political work in Ukraine and undisclosed lobbying efforts his lawyers. Insist he hasn't lied to the investigators looking into Russia's meddling and the Trump campaign, President Trump and a campaign speech were Mississippi Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith who is in a runoff election tomorrow against democrat. Mike Espy tells the crowd at the border patrol's use of tear gas against Central American migrants who tried to cross into the US from. Tijuana mexico. Clear message to the caravans enter the trespasses turn around and go back home drop is holding a roundtable event in Gulfport before taking part in the second rally tonight for Hyde Smith,

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"And eighties told the Jackson free press that he recalled quote, making fun of the kids in town, whose parents drove them twenty six miles to a white academy and back more than one hundred miles a day. Just so they could have a sub standard education with teachers who often had little more than a high school diploma. He added, quote, the only reason people of my generation went to segregation academies was to keep the white kids and the black kids of part segregation academies. That's what those schools were called colloquially. Least. And we learned over the thanksgiving weekend from some fantastic reporting from Ashton Pittman at the Jackson free press that one of the white students who was moved into a segregated academy in the nineteen. Seventies was Cindy Hyde. Smith Mississippi's junior United States Senator appointed earlier this year who is running to be elected to her post in tomorrow's runoff against democrat, Mike Espy, it is the last remaining race of the two thousand eighteen midterms a contest that has become unexpectedly competitive in deep red Mississippi because of Hyde Smith's recent comments and uncomfortable history on the subject of race, quote, US Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith attended and graduated from a segregation academy that was set up. So that white parents could avoid having to send their children to schools with black students yearbook. Reveals a group photo in the nineteen seventy five edition of the rebel the Lawrence county academy yearbook. Illustrates the point high school cheerleader smiling at the camera in the center, the mascot dressed in. What appears to be an outfit designed to mimic that of a confederate general offers a salute as she holds up a large confederate flag.

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The way matters show. We at nine eastern on MSNBC. Hope y'all had a great holiday Rachel's got the night off, but she will be back here tomorrow night. In the meantime, we've got a lot to get to tonight while you were polishing off that second helping of Turkey. The breaking news have been piling up faster than thanksgiving leftovers. Thanks in large part to special counsel, Robert Muller shortly before we took the air tonight, the famously radio silent Muller team dropped a bombshell about the president's campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, I'll have more on that in just a moment. We're also following another breaking headline this one out of Mississippi. President Trump is on the ground there. Now, he's about to hold his second rally today for Republican Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith who faces off against democrat, Mike Espy in a runoff election. Tomorrow a runoff that has at times felt like an out of body experience in terms of how many times it made you shake? Your head and say did that really happen? Whether it was the Republican candidate saying that she'd be in the front row of a public hanging or the Republican candidates robotic almost comical non apology for those offensive remarks or her debate performance in which she seemed to say her greatest selling point is Donald Trump is if all of that weren't surreal enough today on the eve of the runoff. There was this nooses seen hanging on trees outside the Mississippi State capitol this runoff shaping up to be an MRI of the soul of Mississippi. The next twenty four hours are critical, and I'll have a lot more on that in just a moment. But first to that breaking news from special counsel, Robert Muller, and the president's campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, the first Trump campaign official to reach a plea deal with Robert Muller was his foreign policy adviser, George popadopoulos this guy on the right? His plea deal was announced in October of two thousand seventeen on the very same day that Muller charged Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort on the left and deputy campaign chairman. Rick gates with multiple tax and money laundering charges today..

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Speaking about the issue. A lot of people that we've talked to across the state that are concerned about your remarks, and what you were apologizing for. Senator why not speak to this issue? Your comments offended, a great number of people know, you haven't wondering what what is it? They were apologizing for Senator you stood inside of Jefferson Davis. Davis said that this is Mississippi history at its best Senator what did you mean by that sanding inside of Jefferson Davis house in saying that Senator this third? You're right. But Senator you're running to be the US Senator of the United States Senator Senator you're running to the US Senator why not talk about race. It looks like Republican Senator Cindy Hyde Smith has figured finally out a strategy for success in the runoff election. Tomorrow stop talking around cameras in the last few weeks, Hyde Smith has been caught on tape saying she would enthusiastically attendee public hanging with rivers and that Mississippi should make it more difficult for quote, some folks to vote she said these things while running for office in a state that had more lynchings and any other state in the union state that has systematically disenfranchised black voters including today. A state that still flies a flag with the confederate emblem Senator Hyde Smith said these things while running against democrat, Mike Espy who's looking to become the state's first black Senator since reconstruction. The president is in Mississippi right now doing two different rallies in support of heights. Smith just hours before he arrived seven nooses were found hanging outside the Mississippi State capitol with signs reading, quote, we need someone who respects the lives of Lynch victims were hanging nooses to remind people that times haven't changed talk more about the Senate campaign. I'm joined by Matt visor, national political. The Washington Post who's in Mississippi covering the race. What does it look like down there? It's lively we're here at Mike Espy's event on election eve as gospel choirs ministers, kind of rallying a largely black crowd, which is a lot different from President Trump and the crowds. He's been rallying today at twin rallies in the north part of the state, and he's about to be in Biloxi in the southern part of the state. Obviously, Mississippi is a place that is riven by its racial history. The history of slavery plantation confederacy, the civil rights movement. It is a state with the highest percentage of African American residents. And now, this is all been front and center. I wonder what your sense of reaction to the sin Crowley of this race and the states racial history has been in the campaign. It is absolutely the driving issue of this campaign. I mean that one remark and deeper explorations into semi height Smits history of supporting the confederacy has really shaken up. This race people are very tuned-in. It's it's helped energize black voters, which as you point out the highest percentage of any state in the nation in Mississippi. So I think that is a key part of tomorrow's vote is how big the turnout is along the delta along the areas where we're traditionally black voters live, but also don't often vote. So I think that is a very key factor for tomorrow. And if they can drive out the turn out Cindy Smith is running a campaign very much linked to President Trump. She mentioned him all the time. And that's what she's hoping that he can drag her cost finish on. Do. You feel easy drag. Finish line. I mean my perception from watching this race remotely is that she's not doing so great not run a great campaign. And it takes a lot to lose the Republican statewide candidate Mississippi. So she's got a lot of padding. But is that is that your sense there while being there covering it? Exactly, the state Republican party sent out a campaign Mailer that arrived in mailboxes. It had President Trump's image on it. It had President Trump's name on it. It did not mention Cindy heights at all really. It's encouraging people to vote. Yes. Encouraging people to vote but not mentioning the candidate to vote for. So I think there is widespread recognition among Republicans that she is not running good campaign has been a good candidate. And this race should not be as tight as it. As it is. They still think that she probably wins just because of the political dynamics of this state. But I think Republicans privately will acknowledge that she has not been a very good candidate. Yeah..

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Joining us from Washington is Paula Reid. She's CBS news. Correspondent Jeff covering the Justice department the White House Lille failures. And God knows what else Paula always great. Have you great to be here? Thank you. Also with us from Washington is Michael Crowley. He's the White House and national security from politico. Michel welcome back to the show. Thanks, david. And with us from Arlington. Virginia is your Michel cinder? She's PBS NewsHour White House. Correspondent yummy. Welcome back to on point. Thanks for having me. So let's start with you. There is the Senate race taking place in Mississippi. It's pitting an appointed Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith against a former agriculture secretary and congressman Mike Espy. What should we expect from that race? I think it's going to be close mainly because the Republican the race has had a a we'll say bumpy road. She was she was filmed joking. She says about voter suppression in joking that it would be may be better. If some people didn't have the right to vote. She also got in trouble because she said that she would go to a public hanging with someone in. And that again was something that she said was joke, but the people took very much offense to and those. Two things have have started people digging into her past past talking about her ties to possible confederacy sympathies ties to a possibly having gone to school at us separation or segregation academy, and what you have is the democrat, which is what Democrats do in almost every state is really trying to turn out the African American vote turnout kind of young suburban white voters to try to see if they can overcome this this this big margin. Where Republicans, of course, have the have the natural Han upper-hand there. So I think it'll be interesting to see the president's gonna go down. And I think as he always does he doesn't shy away from controversial topics. So I think he's probably going to be talking a little bit about what her gaffes might mean. And that people are taking it too seriously. But when he went down in Florida when there was a race there for governor. He was able to close it in a in a race that people thought wasn't going to be that close. So I feel as though the Republican in this race probably has the better foot. Right now. Michael Crowley, you know, each one of these, you know, stumbles these gaffes turns out to hinge on the question of race and of America's perhaps the most painful history in some ways. Is there any way in state, which is so conservative that Mike Espy himself an African American as well as a democrat could emerge within that margin of error could emerge actually contending for the seat..

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Lindsey thank you next turned to the race for Senate in Mississippi a runoff election set for this Tuesday, Major league baseball the latest donor to Republican Senator Cindy Hyde Smith asking for their money back after a series of controversial statements. She's made and photo showing her with confederate items and tonight, a new controversy over where she and her daughter went to school. Here's ABC's David Wright, Republicans Cindy, Hyde Smith, the first woman ever. To represent Mississippi and congress is once again taking heat for where she appears to stand on the state's racist past the latest controversy exposed this weekend. When the Jackson free press reported, she went to high school at an all white segregation academy and published this yearbook photo years later, she sent her daughter to a similar school high Smith's campaign calls the allegations, a new low this after a separate photo came to light on her own Facebook page, the Republican senators seen here wearing a confederate army cap at the home of Jefferson Davis, the caption Mississippi history at its best, and there's a video of her joking with a supporter. Smith later apologized endless. No ill-will. No intent what so ever after the video went viral several corporations Astra to return their campaign donations. How embarrassing Cindy Hyde? Smith democrat, Mike Espy has hoping to become the state's first black Senator since reconstruction. He's walked a fine line calling Hyde Smith out while trying not to alienate rural white voters out of the what's in your heart. But we all know what came out your mouth is giving us state of another black guy that we don't need Republicans. Normally don't have to worry about Mississippi, but because of the race issues Espy's voters are motivated the president's now headed down to Mississippi to make sure his voters turn out to Tom all eyes on Mississippi that election set for Tuesday. All right. And we're learning the identity tonight of a twenty five year old American soldier killed. Afghanistan. The department of defense confirming sergeant Leandra Jasko was a member of the army's elite seventy fifth ranger regiment. He died after clashing with enemy forces, the Washington state resident on his third deployment and a serious confrontation between Russia and Ukraine Russia placing a large cargo ship, you see it right there. But he this bridge to block Ukrainian boats access to the Black Sea Russia confirming they'd Vinci's three you cranium ships after Ukraine rejected repeated demands to stop opened fire. Inching gradients savings next to the home explosion oxygen, California, injuring a couple and their infant daughter. Neighbors could hear that mother screaming after the blast as the homeless engulfed in flames. ABC Stephanie Ramos has more tonight. A thirties are still trying to determine what caused this house west of Los Angeles to burst into flames seriously, injuring a family. Out to say, they heard an explosion possibly coming from the garage, then screams from inside the house, just before the fiery uptake. We have a one courthouse. Fire smoke twenty minutes. It was just it was just astonishing. How big the fire got the mother father and baby badly burned. Neighbors heartbroken by what they saw this woman describing those intense moments, they cut she saw the father come out shirtless. And he was covered in buck arch and the baby also had half the face burnt. And the mother came out looking very worried, and it was just a terrible thing to see paramedics rushing the family to the hospital as firefighters worked to put out the blaze authorities tell us they're still investigating the cause of the explosion the houses destroyed as for the family. We're told they're still being treated at a burn center. Tom. Incredible anyone survived. All right. Stephanie. Thank you next to new developments after the death of an American missionary on a remote island. Authorities. Now say they know where he is buried it comes as we see his haunting last words written. In his journal in the days just before he died. Here's ABC's..

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on Here & Now

"The midterms aren't over yet in Mississippi democratic former agriculture secretary, Mike Espy is still trying to unseat Republican Senator Cindy Hyde Smith, it's a seat. She took over from GOP Senator Thad Cochran who retired earlier this year neither candidate succeeded in getting above fifty percent of the vote on November sixth which is why they are squaring off again on Tuesday, November twenty seventh because of a lack of polling who will win the runoff is anyone's guess Hyde Smith was favored in the beginning. But due to a series of gaffes, something Espy is looking stronger for more. Let's bring in Jeff Pender political editor at the clarion ledger in Jackson Mississippi. Hi, jeff. Hello. Good morning. So both candidates have agricultural backgrounds. Both trying to do historic things here. Hyde Smith became the first female Senator from Mississippi when she took over Cochran's seat Espy would be the first black Senator to serve as a sippy since reconstruction. Let's hear a little bit about the candidates starting with Hyde. Smith. And we'll get to the scandal. That's all over the news in a few minutes. But first of all tell us about her. She's been only Republicans since two thousand ten sure she served a believe three terms in the state legislature as a democrat. Although as a democrat that frequently voted with Republicans, it should be noted. She switched parties in twenty tune probably a pragmatic decision as much as anything else to run for statewide office. She ran as a Republican for state agriculture Commissioner one election, and then one real action before being appointed in April two temporarily replaced Senator that Cochran who stepped out and what about Mike Espy, which we know about him. Sure, he was first elected to congress. He was our first African American to serve in congress in the house sensory construction as well. He won reelection. Three times in the house was appointed in one thousand nine hundred ninety three as US agriculture secretary. Another historic first, I African American to hold that post. Both candidates to have strong agricultural ties and strong support in rural Mississippi is or is all so race has been a big issue in this campaign after several pictures and videos surfaced of Hyde Smith in one the one that's been out there in the news. She can be heard praising supporter by saying. If he invited me to a public hanging. I'd be on the front row, which for many conjured up Mississippi's historic past when it lynched more people than any other state in the union, here's Hyde Smith at a debate this week defending that comment. At a campaign event. I had the opportunity to visit with a supporter who has a big piece of my heart. See his mother and dad both died when he had of cancer when he was in high school Cohen so to express my deep regard in my sincere commitment that they showed man I used the phrase I told him that..

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Today brought a rare public rebuke of the president from the chief Justice of the supreme court. John Roberts Roberts was responding to a comment the president made yesterday after judge tiger of the ninth circuit put a temporary hold on a Trump administration plan to refuse asylum applications to people who cross the border outside ports of entry ruling that Trump cannot unilaterally rewrite the immigration laws. Well, you go to the ninth circuit. And it's a disgrace that I'm going to put it in a major complaint because you cannot win if you're us a case in the ninth circuit, this was an Obama judge. And I'll tell you what it's not gonna happen like this anymore. Chief Justice Roberts took issue with Trump suggestion that the judge was biased because he was appointed. By Barack Obama Roberts telling me AP, we do not have Obama judges or Trump judges Bush judges of Clinton judges what we have is an extraordinary group of dedicated judges doing their level best. That was pretty remarkable. That's not normally the kind of thing that a supreme court Justice does and a president, of course, naturally then attacked back now in a sense Roberts is absolutely right. That the reason the Trump administration keeps losing in court over and over and humiliating fashion is not because of political animists. It's because the administration keeps trying to do flagrantly lawless things that judges across the ideological spectrum have no tolerance for what? If there were really, no such thing as Trump judges. Then ask yourself this. Why on earth is Mitch McConnell so intent on failing new judiciary with as many of them as possible. There's only one Senate race left in the nation. I promise in the runoff election in Mississippi set for next Tuesday between the combination appointed Republican Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith and the challenger former democratic congressman and secretary of agriculture Mike Espy now this was supposed to be a pretty easy race for Hyde. Smith a Republican running in a deep south state that Trump won by eighteen points. But then hide Smith started running into some trouble of our own making. She was caught on camera saying, it's a great idea to make it harder for liberal folks to vote she was found to have posed a confederate soldiers hat holding a gun, and she made this really unbelievable comment in a state where more than six hundred black people were killed lynchings more than in any other state..

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President Trump defends Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith after hanging comment

Erin Burnett OutFront

03:31 min | 3 years ago

President Trump defends Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith after hanging comment

"Senate seat in Mississippi the special election, pitting Republican Cindy, Hyde Smith against democrat Mike Espy the race was a slam dunk for Hyde. Smith until video surfaced of her joking about attending quote, a public hanging. Trump who plans to hold a rally for her the night before the election came to her defense today. She made a statement, which I know that she feels very badly about it. And it was just sort of said in jest. I she said she's a tremendous woman. And suddenly a democrat is a fighting chance to win a deep and deep web, Mississippi, Martin savage is out front. You know? Thanks deep red Mississippi Republican city Hyde Smith should be cruising to a runoff victory. Instead, she's run into a problem. Cindy, Hyde Smith's own words and actions the latest from twenty fourteen showing wearing a confederate army hat and holding an old rifle if comes after another incident in which he told us supporter in Tupelo over the sound of a train this. At Mississippi State university. She jokes about voter suppression saying. The remarks it's well in the state with a history of lynchings and voters oppression and when her democratic opponent, Mike Espy is African American. We do not need to reinforce those stereotypes that have continued the hot out state and Schaaf high has refused to apologize repeatedly deflected questions about her public hanging remark during a news conference with the state's governor. Statement yesterday. And it's vailable where we stand for. And that's all I'm going to say about it embarrassed, the latest Advil, the campaign uses Hines miss words against her better than this Mississippi, and that's joke. Just how much of an impact controversy is. Having voters depends on who you talk to. If people really truly are understanding what she's all about. I don't think that will check them. Made it very clear both to me and a lot of black mississippians that. The Republican candidates. Do not really have our best interests at heart. The SP campaign is counting energize black electorate who made up thirty three percent of the voters in the initial round the voting earlier this month as well as possible crossover voters now reconsidering their support for height. Smith nervous Republicans were liver last year in neighboring Alabama would democrat Doug Jones pulled off a stunning upset over Republican ROY Moore. President Trump will be Mississippi the day before the run-up campaigning behind Smith. Well, potential twenty twenty democratic presidential contenders had rallied support for us be. In america. A lot of speed is still very much the underdog his ties to the Clinton administration is former agriculture secretary can be alive -bility in this conservative steak on TV Republicans link Espy to national Democrats, Mike, his liberal agenda is their agenda not hours the real key to victory for either candidate may not hinge on controversial. But on the ability abo- campaigns to get voters to the polls again after Petillo midterm election and during distracting holiday season. So Martin, you know

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Student loan company Navient used deceptive practices, audit suggests

All Things Considered

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Student loan company Navient used deceptive practices, audit suggests

"Washington debate is slated this evening between two candidates in unexpectedly. Contentious Mississippi Senate race, Republican Senator Cindy Hyde. Smith faces a runoff next week against democrat. Mike Espy the runoff race has become embroiled in controversy after a video surfaced on Twitter from a campaign event for Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith in Tupelo Mississippi earlier this month, and it she can be heard praising supporter by saying, quote, if he invited me to a public hanging. I'd be on the front row given Mississippi's history of racist violence against black people many observers heard that comment as a disturbing reference to lynching Hyde Smith who is white said in a statement that quote, any attempt to turn this into a negative connotation is ridiculous her opponent. Former congressman in US agriculture secretary. Mike Espy is African American. No candidate got more than fifty percent of the vote on November six sending the race to a runoff. Next week. You're listening to NPR and this is WNYC in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd, the head of New York City's board of election says the ballot is the reason for long lines on election day, the perforated to page ballot presented a series of problems never before experienced by the board or anywhere in the country. The only executive director Michael Ryan, he spoke to city council members during a nearly four hour long hearing today said his agency just didn't have enough time to test the scanners with that amount of paper city council speaker Cory Johnson said he expects a full plan from the city and state officials about how to fix these issues for quote, the next election and the one after that and the one after that. The man accused of killing a New York City. Toddler best known as baby hope has died in custody. The New York Times reporting that Corrado Juarez died Sunday due to complications related upon create a cancer. The fifty seven year old former restaurant worker was awaiting trial for the last five years. What is was charged in the murder of four year old on Djelic Custodio whose body was found in a cooler left in a wooded area area in upper Manhattan back in nineteen Ninety-one. Prosecutors say she had been suffocated and molested her killing remained unsolved for more than two decades, and predatory lenders in New Yorker taking advantage of an arcane legal document that allows them to immediately sees borrower's assets when they default, and in some cases, even when they don't the loophole is called a confession of judgment it forces small-time borrowers to forfeit their rights. If the lenders. Decide to sue Bloomberg BusinessWeek reporters Meyde Meidlinger says that most of these lenders are actually from out of state. The lenders have figured out that the New York state court system is the best for what they're trying to do here. And so they typically go to upstate county clerk's offices where people are just kind of sitting there rubber-stamping these judgments, there's no judge involved and mitre says these are impossible to overturn forty seven degrees. Support for NPR comes from i-drive may grow remote PC, providing real time remote access to PC's Maxon servers from anywhere for use win telecommuting or for remote management. Learn more at remote dot com slash NPR. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish. Ari Shapiro before heading to his mar-a-lago resort for thanksgiving today. President Trump took questions from reporters on the lawn of the White House as his helicopter waited. The topics included his statement on Saudi Arabia. A legal setback on his new asylum. Restrictions and his daughter Ivanka is use of a personal Email address. He spoke out against the ninth circuit court of appeals the federal appeals court for the western US. That's where judge yesterday temporarily halted the administration's new restrictions on asylum-seekers, Trump suggested the court was biased. No matter. What you do? No

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Hyde Smith, Senator Cindy And Walmart discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:17 sec | 3 years ago

Hyde Smith, Senator Cindy And Walmart discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"Well. Walmart is pulling it support for Republican Mississippi Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith, it is asked her campaign to return. It's donations the decision by the world's largest retailer is the latest side of public backlash against Hyde. Smith over her remarks about attending a public

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"And then you recount them, and they might affirm that election now, the actually the margin shrank somewhat between the machinery count and the manual recount went down to about ten thousand votes, but still in favor of Rick Scott the Republican in the Senate race and then in the race for governor Ron to Santa's one beating Andrew gillum Andrew gillum conceded for a second time much different response from Gillam than Abrahams. That's true. And part of that you could speak to the fact though that I think can being the secretary of state and this being just this highly contentious issue around voting rights, we saw in Georgia more than we saw in in Florida in part just because of who Brian Kemp was during the entire election process. I think also there's like a different political calculation that Abrahams is making then Gillam is making. I think both of them believe that they will continue to have a future in politics. But I think they were approaching the. The resolution of this election in different ways. That's true. And look now with Rick Scott's victory. This is going to be I believe the fourth Senate seat, right? That Republicans have flipped in this election cycle. I mean, they they've only netted two seats because Democrats actually won't erase Zona Nevada. But I mean, Florida was a big win for Republicans. I think that many Democrats early on did seem to feel a little bit more positive about their prospects in in Florida. Yeah, I think that's part of why so many Democrats on election night were so disappointed because one Florida's Florida, right? So it's always a fifty fifty state. It's an important bellwether state in the rest of the country. But also because the polls had shown Andrew gillum doing so much better than he wound up doing the narrative going into election day was that Andrew gillum doing well might actually pull Bill Nelson over the line democratic Senator. And in fact, you know, Nelson of doing better than gillum and one of the things that I do think is an important takeaway that maybe Republicans and other states might be wanting to pay attention. As they move into twenty twenty is that the margin between Republicans and Democrats when you look at the Hispanic vote was really tight I wanna say Rhonda's Santa's got like forty four percent of Latino voters. I mean, you're talking about like, George W Bush. I wonder if that's Rick Scott related because he did so much work to try to pull up a Latinos federally Puerto Ricans where he really split with President Trump on the response to hurricane Maria. Exactly. And the other thing I was just on the phone with an analyst down in Florida. He pointed to the fact that Rhonda Santa's had this Cuban-American running mate. And oftentimes, we think running mates don't matter. But in this particular case, it may have because we actually did see you get that name on a line. And you see numbers definitely go up. Sometimes. Well, so one might think that with this conversation the election is over. But this election cycle is not yet done not done yet. There will be a Senate runoff election in Mississippi on November twenty seventh that is the Tuesday after thanksgiving it is in Mississippi. A runoff in the Senate race there. It was in theory supposed to be very easy Republican win Dominica. Does it still look that way? You know, it's it could be a lot tighter than I think people were expecting it to be you have the Republican Senator Cindy Hyde Smith, she's the former Mississippi Commissioner of agriculture and commerce. There we go with the ad commissioners. Again, former member of the Mississippi State Senate now, here's the thing about her. She's well known obviously statewide would there have been a couple of controversies since the election that she's had to deal with that have appeared to benefit the democrat in the race. Mike Espy, he's a former congressman he's African American. So Cindy, Hyde Smith has not been the Senator for a long time. She was appointed by the governor to fill the seat opened up by a former Senator Thad Cochran who retired early..

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on The Daily

"Here's what else you need to not well things worked out a little differently than Grayson either hope, but let me say I by no measure fuel defeated. And that's because I've had the privilege of serving the people of Florida are country for most of my life on Sunday after a manual recount of votes in Florida democratic Senator Bill Nelson conceded defeat to Republican Rick Scott, giving Republicans a fifty two seat majority in the Senate it's been rewarding journey as well as very humbling experience heading into the recount Nelson trailed Scott by about twelve thousand votes with the recount completed on Sunday, he still trailed by about ten thousand. I was not victorious in this race. But I still wish to strongly reaffirm the cause for which we fought a public office is a public. Trust. A single Senate race remains uncalled in Mississippi where Republican Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith and democrat Mike Espy will compete in a runoff on November twenty seven after neither candidate won a majority of the vote on election day. That's it for the. I'm michael. Sita wanna? The daily is supported by Cole Haan as a fellow innovator. Cole Haan is constantly pushing the limits and bringing modern technology to classic footwear, by reimagining the way, we think about shoes to take advantage of today's special offer. Visit Cole Haan dot com slash the daily.

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Thousands of voter registrations and places other 53,000 on hold nearly seventy percent from would be black voters. More than a million citizens found their name stripped from the rolls by the secretary of state, including a ninety two year old civil rights activists who cast her ballot in the same neighborhood since nineteen sixty eight tens of thousands hung in limbo rejected due to human error and a system of suppression that it already proven its bias citizens. Try to exercise their constitutional rights and were still denied the ability to elect their leaders under the watch of the now former secretary of state democracy failed Georgia. Well, that is now the lasting impression that the world has of Georgia state with a booming economy and a growing population, a thriving music film and television industry, a southern state that was seat is moving forward, but which now's reputation for moving decisively backward. It could be the same story in Florida. Where pressure is mounting for democrat. Andrew gillum to concede in his close. Race for Florida governor against Republican Ron Santa's who opened his gubernatorial campaign like this. The last thing we need to do is to monkey this by trying to embrace a socialist agenda with huge tax increases and bankrupting the state democratic incumbent Bill Nelson is also fighting for every vote to be counted in Florida during a mandatory recount hoping to keep his Senate seat out of the hands of current Florida. Governor Scott best known for his former hospital company being slapped with a one point seven billion dollar fine for Medicare fraud at the time the largest case of health care fraud in the country. And then there's Mississippi where appointed incumbent Republican Senator Cindy Hyde Smith faced intense backlash after she was caught on camera. Joking about attending a public hanging. Laws heights. Defended her comment, calling it and exaggerated expression of regard. Sure fuse to apologize. Explain what she meant when pressed by reporters, then yesterday, she took her campaign to a whole new level telling a crowd that it would be a great idea to make it harder for liberal college. Students to vote..

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on The 45th

The 45th

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on The 45th

"It can also look at at Bush versus core where if it comes down to the supreme court making decisions about when to stop counts which ballots to allow, you know, that's part of what the whole Cavanaugh thing was about was that you have this politicized supreme court as well. So I think it's much doubt as you can. So if you can push things to the supreme court, I think they probably feel pretty confident that they'll prevail. I mean, they'd have to get it out of Florida. I I guess to get to court which doesn't seem like it's going to happen. But what's going on in Georgia, by the way, Susan much the same? So right now, we have the three big outstanding races is AirAsia ONA Senate, which ones actually resolving pretty much smoothly, which we'll get back to. But in Georgia and Florida, it's the Georgia. It's the governor's race. And in Florida, it's a Senate and the governor's race in. There's Juki pushback against the Republican. Candidate in Arizona because she is refusing to this whole it's a fraud. It's a forgery. It's a rigged election. Can't go on her. Well, she's probably going to be the one way or the other. Yeah, she has. No. I mean, I hopefully she also wouldn't do us anyway. But she personally has very little reason to do this to attack institutions that she wants to rely on later on. I thought she's not ahead though, shoes. So John Kyle was the person who was put into McCain seed after he died and Kyle's pretty clearly just a placeholder. So the thought is that he'll step down. Then MC salad will be put in his his seat. Then she'll be up for a special election. I think at twenty twenty. So she she wouldn't either way. Yeah. Okay. Got it. We now have one campaign where this whole irresponsible claim election fraud isn't happening even those basically same setup as it's going on right now in Florida and Georgia. Well, I mean this being disingenuous is like nothing new at this point. This is like I feel like we're we're now this is definitely the whole frog boiling scenario thing where we are not reacting to an outright attack on our Billy to function as a democracy. I mean, we're just assuming I was gonna Trump, but not gonna nor it twenty percent of people fully believe Trump is saying right now that's a crisis. What about other kinds of election irregularities? We worried about I don't think there's any evidence of any kind of foreign interference this time of any kind of like breeches with although on election day. You know, there were there were some reports of like, it regularities machines, and this and that I don't think I need that sussed out. Right. Nothing this something it's it's been a purely domestic shit show. Okay. Well, I mean. It's ridiculous. But I still feel a little bit of a measure of relief that there isn't evidence of that kind of stuff either. So I wanted to talk about eight oh, the bottom just well, you never have bought him. When it comes to GOP wanna talk about this video service. The other day there's an upcoming Senate runoff in Mississippi video surface of US Senator actual Senator Cindy Hyde Smith who faces a run-off right now against an African American opponent. She was at a public event, and she joked about attending a public hanging. This. Oh, you must. Yeah..

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on Pod Save the People

Pod Save the People

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on Pod Save the People

"Is that Justice weekend? Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith said at a rally she said if he invited me to a public hanging. I'd be on the front row, and everybody's like who makes lynching jokes bat is sorry. What like who in Mississippi, no less with a black upon who says that so she's her her response was I refer to accepting an invitation to a speaking engagement in referencing the one who invited me I use an exaggerated expression of regard and any attempt to turn this into a negative. Connotation is ridiculous. So needless to say Cindy Hyde. Smith needs lose we support Mike Espy, and please check out Mike Espy's campaign page so that we can get him to win. Now. SPN Highsmith both received forty one percent of the vote went election day, which is why they have a runoff on November twenty seventh. I think this is a reminder that we should never leave anything off the table, right? That maybe some of us heard of Mike Espy, but just figured a democrat and a black man democrat at that was not going to win a statewide election in Mississippi. Maybe we just didn't see Mississippi as a place where a Blue Wave or a black wave could take place. Maybe frankly, we just have not been paying enough attention to the domestic south, let alone the global south to be having conversations about what is possible in the deep south and in a state like like, Mississippi, so I wanna go pay more attention to this runoff because it really is coming down to turn out and turn out often comes down to money to making sure that we support candidates who have the ability to move a place like Mississippi forward. So, you know, Mississippi in in the Senate race that is ongoing there as a lesser tive of broader, political dynamics and how race interacts with politics in the south. So what's?.

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"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"senator cindy hyde smith" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Weaves in Harper's fair. You got mansion mansions appeal for a democrat is unusual in West Virginia because it's the southern part of the state. It's coal country. It's the part that's it's flip the most of the Republicans. And yet there is strong residual mansion strength in that part of the state. I think that coupled with voting for cavenaugh in adding into that a Republican. Ndadate who doesn't have much natural appeal in that part of the state. That might be a powerful combination for Manch opening Piggly. We knew while we've got a brand new poll, just crossing it NBC news Mara's poll shows the special Senate election, Mississippi has a strong chance of heading to a runoff on November twenty. Seventh in the November six. So called jungle primary where multiple candidates regardless of party are competing Republican senators, Cindy Hyde Smith get support from thirty eight percent of likely voters democrat, Mike Espy gets twenty nine percent and Republican. Chris McDaniel gets fifteen percent with another fifteen undecided. So reminder of yours, how this works, Steve top to get into a runoff if that's where they are, right. This is essentially a special election. So what everybody for everybody else. Almost everybody else in the country is election day. They will have every candidate on the ballot and Mississippi. If nobody breaks fifty percent, they go to the runoff, not really shocked that this looks like it's headed towards runoff because you basically have to Republicans their height Smith and McDaniel and one democrat their SP. You add the two Republican totals. They are over fifty percent right now. The biggest fear for Republicans in this race at the outset was the Chris McDaniel who is seen as particularly polarizing and divisive figure in Mississippi one who might potentially put a race like this at risk in a runoff for Republicans, the fear for Republicans with he would get traction in this primary and get the nomination. They feel better about their chances with height Smith. All right. And you came bearing exclusive new poll out of California that chose a fifteen term Republican congressman fighting to hang on. Tell us about the. Yeah, so our friends at Monmouth university allowed us to exclusively release this right now brand new poll data Rohrbach district. California's forty eighth district. This is an interesting result. This is their likely voter model in that district mama th now has Dana Rohrabacher taking a two point lead here, why this is significant, not just besides Rohrabacher sort of a name himself. This is change over the summer mama polled this race and Harley Ruta his democratic challenger led by a couple of points. What accounts for the shift when we. Talk about Trump's approval rating ticking up in the last few weeks only by a few points, but saying those few points could be critical in this district. Trump's approval rating has gone from forty nine percent over the summer to fifty four percent in this new poll in that same period of time. You see Dana Rohrabacher the Republican support tick up basically a corresponding amount from losing this race by a few points to taking the lead in their likely voter model by a few points. Now, it's a fluid situation, mama says to, if you look at a really high turn scenario, Ruda may do better there, but this is why that uptick in Trump's approval rating. We've talked about the last few weeks. It looks like only a few papers a few points, but in a district like this, those few points could make a difference and stayed for our viewers who aren't familiar that with Dan Rohrabacher. He's, he's been called Vladimir Putin's favorite congressman at times it same said he's representing the interests of Putin more than the interest of his own district. He's. He's crossed US, military and Intel committees and believing the words like Trump of of former KGB agent instead of the FBI and the deny. He's really pretty far out there when it comes to supporting Putin and supporting Russia. Is that the only reason this racist close right now, it's it's also close because he, this Orange County, California in Orange County has been changing pretty dramatically..

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Hyde Smith, Senator Cindy and British Airways discussed on Dennis Prager

Dennis Prager

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

Hyde Smith, Senator Cindy and British Airways discussed on Dennis Prager

"President Trump is traveling to Mississippi next week campaign for Republicans seeking to finish the final two years. If a US Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith faces three challenges in November special election in the race could be important as Republicans trying to maintain their majority. But Trump campaign is

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