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"senator harris california" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"senator harris california" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To Pasadena, California and learned to play the guitar. And an additional number of other instruments or by year apparently never had any formal training, and he has been raided by many the greatest guitarists of all time. We'll be talking about that later on in the show. But it is interesting because he had throat cancer. I had a third of his tongue removed, struggled for quite some time. Before his passing yesterday. And interesting because tonight all eyes will be on Salt Lake City's Salt Lake City. We will have the continuation of the debate. Siri's We're not yet sure about debate Number three that is still scheduled to take place in Florida Debate Number three is actually two in the series involving the president of the United States and Joe Biden. He has gone on record as saying. I'm not going to debate the president if he still Corona virus positive. Sorry that I'm late. Curtis. The bathroom was packed. Well, that's the problem and wait in line. Ladies bathrooms. They never seem to have enough room. We'll know Curtis. It's because it's upstairs. It's upstairs because the bathroom that is closest to us is being worked on. So you have to like Take the elevator, you know, And there was actually there are a lot of people know there's a party will cute party in the lid a properly socially distance jets today. Well, well, they really can't really help but not feed, but they were wearing their masks and when they flushed when they did their flush, remember, we would told party ran. They ran like their lives are depending on well to ensure that that will not take place on the stage. And so Lake City between vice president Pence And vice presidential candidate, Senator Harris, California They have actually separated the candidates by a full 12 ft. So you know how it's always been, said Cuomo will say, What was 6 Ft. Separated 6 FT. Separated. Well, they've double that to 12, especially since the CDC just the other day said. Hey, that particulate I can hang in the air for a month of Sundays. And in addition, they built the Plexi glass partition that separates both which I think was first used in that very caustic debate with Lindsey Graham between Senator Lindsey Graham in South Carolina and his Democratic challenge it Jamie Harrison. It is 50 50. When you look at all the polls that could go either way, and if Jamie Harrison wins That would be momentous. In terms of history, you would have to African Americans representing South Carolina as U. S Senate has won the Republican Scott One the Democrat Harrison that would be history in the making. It would be, But yes, there will be plexiglass. Apparently the pens. People were not happy about that. You know, The reason that they gave was that Eunice is the public reason that they gave. They said that You know, there's no reason because the vice president has not been around President Trump, although he has been around some of the other people that have since come down with Cove it, But the real reason was that he felt his people felt that it was going to be a constant reminder of the president's fallible. A situation which is I think it's a bit silly, and I think it's just a smart thing to do to have the plexus flexi glass. Why not? And in the meantime, there is still an ongoing debate as to whether there should be a debate second round between Biden and President Trump Originally, Joe Biden said, Showa Sure, no problem then, he said. As long as the president is cleared with a clean bill of health that he no longer is infected with the Corona virus. And that seems to have created somewhat of a backlash in social networking. Um, here's my question to all of you. Please explain to me why this is even an issue. If the president or anybody else is infectious. There is positive with Corona virus. Why would we have Anybody around, said person That doesn't make any sense to me. It seems like there shouldn't even be discussing minutes. Of course, they shouldn't have it. If the president is still dealing with Corona virus late later, we're going to discuss the president desperately wants to get back into the West wing, even so much as considering becoming the bubble boy. Where anyone coming in or out would not only have a Hashmat soon on rush parade, their gloves almost look robotic, the way astronauts or sometimes help with Hey, is willing to go through all of that to get back into the West wing toe work, assuming he was still Infected. Couldn't you just zoom in in? I mean, every anybody, everybody zoom, zoom zooms in. Well, that would have the mute button right? They commute him. That's true. Well, they could both do a zoom. I mean, it would be silly for a bite and to have to stand there or, you know, against an empty stage that would look ridiculous. And I also think it would be terrible optics and unfair to the president. But why not? Why not do a zoom? We're all forced to do it well on also, it would sort of set what the time has become Most people communicating now. Through their laptops. I mean, think of it. That'd be incredible. You would be making history. It's a town hall meeting, so it's different than what we saw with Chris Wallace. Or what is scheduled to be the last debate or even the debate tonight in Salt Lake City, which just one on one Apparently there will be a number of citizens. I don't know how they pick him. Who will be asking the questions if that second debate between the president and Biden takes place? Because he's already been controversy about two people supposedly were in town hall meetings who is supposed to be independent and autonomous, and now they've determined that some of them actually in reality, we're not autonomous and independent by that, already basically made their decision in other interviews, but let's hope it up our phones on that 1 808 full rate of you, ABC. That's 1 800 people rate 9 to 2 to. Yeah, I mean, I think I think it's just realistic. I mean, look, if it was Biden, who had tested positive and who was infected into who had been in the hospital Would say it would be silly to even discuss this. If Biden it's still infected. We shouldn't have a debate or it shouldn't be an in person debate. I mean, I don't understand what how that could be even an argument if you were in hospital. I don't wish that upon him, But let's assume because he's going to be tested again. Cause he was in that same auditorium where the debate took place with the president will talk about Rudy being tested again. As I tried to shadow win last night. We were like two ships passing in the night. He's going to be touched it again. But for tonight, Pence's passed tests Harris's pass test other than if they fail a last second test before they enter that stage. There will be some prime opportunities here for both candidates to score points for their standard bearer because I have a feeling that with Harris and it a Harris will do as much as she can to veer the debate towards Corona virus, which is playing well to the Democratic polling and health care. And naturally, Pence will really go at her for the praise that she's given to black lives matter, having praised them just two weeks ago. The brilliance the impact of black lives matter. Protests. Deeming them necessary and they must continue. And so the question would be well Do they continue? If you happen to become Vice President Joe Biden becomes oppression and with a good when they took place when Obama was president, and Biden was vice president. In both Ferguson, Baltimore and shot well, I think she's going to have Tio clearly make a distinction..

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"senator harris california" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"senator harris california" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Say and start listening. Just the very nature of the debate. The contentiousness how obnoxious and childish it wass. And so the Election commission is trying to figure out what to do. They say they're going to change it. But I got the answer literally have 40 bucks to Petco by two shock collars. You're done Bill Handel mornings from 6 to 10 that would work. On K F i, Mr Mo Kelly here, CAF? I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I heart radio app. We know what a cluster truck the presidential debate on Tuesday Wass, We're not going to have a repeat of that with the vice presidential debate. It's just not gonna happen, if only because there's not gonna be that night. Well, I don't think it's gonna happen. I don't think there's that level of animosity between vice President Pence and vice presidential candidate Senator Camilla Hairs. And also it's going to be different in terms of how it's going to be staged for health and safety reasons. It says that the candidates will be seated 12 FT Apart. And the rule is the result of ongoing negotiations between the two campaigns. And these negotiations have been fraught because we've heard that the Trump campaign trumpets campaign has been against this far is cutting off Mike's or limitation of Of anybody, including the vice president. Pence. So this debate even though it's more civil I don't think it will ever get close to what we saw last week. That's the first thing And if you remember back to 2016 The vice presidential debate between Tim Kaine of Virginia and Mike Pence. I think I thought Mike Pence wiped the floor with Tim Kaine. I don't think it was close. I thought it was embarrassing. And I honestly believe that Tim Kaine Added to the reasons why Hillary Clinton ultimately lost political strategy. I think I don't know. I think that she chose a white man because if you know the history of the state of Virginia, Virginia in 2008 and 2012 voted for Barack Obama, But if you know the larger history, Virginia had not voted for a Democrat since 1964 before that. And I know that there was some feeling that she needed a white man on the ticket. To help ensure that they would carry Virginia. And as it turned out, she did Carrie Virginia, But I don't think Tim Kaine helped Hillary Clinton beyond that. And when you talk about the vice presidential debate more times than not, people will think that it doesn't have any real significance. And if you look at through the history of vice presidential debates That is untrue. If you look at who had a weak vice presidential debate, at least in recent history, that ticket usually loses, if you look to what Joe Biden did against Paul Ryan. I think Joe Biden won that debate. And also, you know that taking ended up winning the election. I told you about 2016 with Mike Pence and Tim Kaine. We saw how that turned out. You can go back to You know, there are other times in which you didn't turn out the way you want to talk about Lloyd Benson and Dan Quayle. But the vice presidential debate has always had particular significance because let's not forget we're looking at who might be the next president. In a given situation. If you look at the health issues off Donald Trump, and we have to say this health issues now because covert 19 is a pre existing condition and you have to think about the long term effects off Cove in 19 on one's cardiovascular system. If you know anyone who's had a bad case of covert 19, and the evidence suggests that the president did have more than just mild symptoms. This could be a lingering issue. So this vice presidential debate is very important. Now, if you go to the other side of the aisle and you look at the advanced age of Joe Biden, and I'm not talking about his cognitive ability, not even entertaining that I'm talking about the reality of just Being in your late seventies and trying to do a job like being the president and I tell people all the time. We don't know what tomorrow will bring in a health sense for either of these candidates. Let's be honest, we don't know. So there's a particular focus on this vice presidential debate now going back to 2016 and Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine. You usually try to get a vice presidential candidate on your ticket? Who can add something to the ticket, either a constituency or geographic region that you're not strong in. And I don't think that Tim Kaine, outside of, you know, helping deliver Virginia gave Hillary Clinton anything now in terms ofthe of Senator Harris. California was already in the bag, presumably for Joe Biden. But Joe Biden was not, you know, tight with African Americans as a whole, and not necessarily with women voters. So Senator Harris does offer that in the sense of bringing to Joe Biden something that he did not already have. We will see on Wednesday. I expect a more civil debate. I expect a smarter debate. Expect fewer insults. How is going to go after that? I really don't know, because I do think that Vice President Pence is smart. I do think that Senator Harris is smart, and I think we will finally get to Morson stinted issues. You'll talk Maura about policy. You will have a a better prosecution. No pun intended if you will of these issues. Things that the Trump administration has done hadn't done things that silver hairs has done or hasn't done as a former state, a G or prosecutor. We will learn Mohr about not only the tickets but their platforms, and I think that's good for everyone. It probably will be much better than the presidential bait. Debate, But that's not saying much. This is the most hellish. Okay if I am 6 40 life everywhere on the I heart radio app. We have a space force update when we come back right now, Danny Max has the news. President Trump.

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"senator harris california" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

09:26 min | 2 years ago

"senator harris california" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Washington post political reporter comes whole host of The Washington week in review on PBS every Friday night you can follow Robert on Twitter at Costa reports I recommend that you do and this Friday night on Washington week in review they're going to be talking about debate debate debate I'm sure Bob welcome back Anil on Friday night I'm always curious is going to do the post debate Washington week in review. good morning you we got a great panel we get calls from the New York times one of summer's the eight P. Jack Sherman from political and guarantee the Washington post so you can't beat that that's absolutely the best now you can however be everyone in the prediction game I am going to watch every minute as top to bottom because either the fields gonna get bigger after tonight or it may collapse to the big three what do you think is the dynamic going in Robert constant. it's still broader than the big three. once you got and center stage vice president fighting and he and his allies have been really starting to punch back up politically senator Warren taking on her campaign donations the way she's been framing herself as a small dollar candidate they say she's great big money in the past from from major financial figures and so they're really going to try to call her a hypocrite you see that in governor ed Rendell that they had this week they're really taking her on in that in that direction of people to judge the mayor of south and senator Harris California senator Booker New Jersey they have a real challenge here how did they catch up had a make sure they're part of that conversation at. I I did a panel yesterday morning in DC with Paul Begala and Paul steak is that Bernie Sanders just is too far to the left he did not say it but he implied so Elizabeth Warren but he has the same doubts that every Democrat I've talked to have about Joe Biden's viability so the moderator after that then who's gonna be the nominee to look I don't see how they get out of a Kamel Eric's nomination because Bernie to radical they'll lose Elizabeth too radical bellows and and joke appears to be too old he'll lose I don't know where else to go because it doesn't seem to me the bridge is maintained as early momentum or that anybody else has breakout potential does anyone else have potentially Robert Costa. you can't rule out senator Warren she's drawing the crowds she's a liberal alternative at this moment to vice president Biden at the polls and this is a party that wants to candidate in many respects to the left and so you could see senator Warner start to pull away here and this is a party that is a mind that used to the left and she's different and senator Sanders she's a fresher face its losses in that race he remained a bit of a burden to her politically but it this is becoming is this going to be a warrant I did race that's what tomorrow lancer now there is a dynamic here the rule set of the Democratic Party jet that fifteen percent in a caucus or primary to collect delegates right now there are three people are pretty healthy fifteen percenters Bernie a little bit worn and Joe Biden if that were to deadlock and stay that way you've got a two ballot convention or even longer is there any animosity on a personal level between these three such that you would think it would inclined one against the other or two friendships that will bring them together. at the moment you have senator Warren and senator Sanders really it is serving as allied politically they come from the same wing of the party well senator Sanders because of a democratic socialist even much more of a lapse in terms of his position that how they articulate them and senator Warner's echoed many disposition it's only getting nastier though between the fighting camp in the war yeah they both see the nomination within their grasp and unlike senator Harris you say could you could end up in her lap the nomination if things become chaotic warning by imposing a chance to grab the nomination right now this is one last question on two thousand and twenty I wanna go back to two thousand and eight you'll remember not many of the audience of the West Virginia primary when John McCain cooperated with Mike Huckabee did and I met Ronnie a win that would have catapulted Romney forward do you see any kind of strategic alliance forming up between Sanders and Warren to cripple Joe Biden's momentum. nothing formal but certainly informal currents are moving in that direction you see. the left wing of the Democratic Party once this nomination at the one at that that's so fascinating Robert let's switch over to the White House John Bolton is a friend of mine and he's gone the short list includes a couple of friends of mine record now I think it's flying in to see the president tonight Robert C. o'brien is in town for whatever reason in Washington DC both ambassadors who else is on the short list to replace John Bolton what to the individual names mean or or signify for the other people in ministration. several US friend of Mike Pompeii the secretary of state say you could try to pull Henry Kissinger you so close to president trump right now even technically running for policy military policy security policy he could become national security adviser we have one of his allies in there and circle the secretary of state and an essay well both Grinnell and Brian as well as Brian hook in our special represented North Korea they're all I don't see anyone actually outside of the Palm pale orbit who would be there it will go it's sort of role will revert to second term Nixon first term for it because that's when Kissinger it was double habit and it worked pretty well then but you have to have total authority to make it so do you think the president has that kind of trust in the secretary of state. he does have that kind of trust based on my reporting a but you do see a lot of names out there that are. they need no the president doesn't want to have a foil anymore like you had with John Bolton and so you can look it up and that's a that's probably gonna be a little bit more low key weaker and their power within the administration more of the Tom Donilon model under president Obama's oppose the Susan rice model under president Obama that's a fair a fair way of putting it I'll bet you right now in my audience nobody knows who Tom Donilon is in very few people know who Susan rice's point being they're much more low profile much more low key sure like Stephen Hadley became the Condi rice after the secretary of state became the secretary of state and that's one of the Pantera style however there's a cat. right now if the president looking for someone to go on TV and to be a spokesman for him and it really be more of a fighter on TV you could still see a record at all get that job making sure he never gets too much distance from Ontario but still being kind of more of it he be present that often like that let me underscore that there are two people who are natural television performers o'brien who was born to be on television and Grinnell who has been on television for a long time redeye the whole fox news channel during the eight years of Obama spokesperson for John bone at the U. N. but both o'brien and Bolton are friends with John Paul I urge o'brien in Grinnell are friends with John Bolton record now work form for I think this entire time is the other **** does that make a difference because I I saw the president was calling HR McMaster he doesn't really exile anyone from its orbit he still talks the rights previous and he said the only guys been exams Bannon recently. and you could see president from say record now was a ball can guide for years the root canal has been so forceful and being a trump person politically that that is that kind of washes off any of that concern. to the hilt runner costs are they going to get a budget deal done I've got North Carolina senator Tom tells coming up this are all ask him but what are the prospects of avoiding a shutdown. the White House once you're the Senate Republicans in the house Democrats want to avoid a shutdown they're gonna have played about different funding think we have the Democrats really reading. concerns about the national emergency in the president's use of federal dollars but they keep trying to delay the budget deal hello to our November maybe even December they're trying to get a deal done electricity is spending agreement about the president want to stand up for twenty twenty similar to what he had last year that no question that the west wing right now finally got Mike pence said to have had a role in the after John Bolton what you're reporting Robert cost. president trump always has a confidante vice president pence in these private meetings especially national security who would give him get an invite backing him up I have no heart forty that and was trying to push out pulled him but I do know that hence camp on Hey camp there were tensions that have John Bolton operate inside the bureaucracy and that wasn't helpful double. under Kanza always good to talk to you will be watching tomorrow night doing debate analysis with the find panel on Washington week in review will be following on Twitter at Custer reports follow me my friends as I tell you that if you have heard of the fresh start initiative concerning the IRS you may have thought it was too good to be true but it's not your more than ten thousand dollars to the IRS you should do yourself a huge favor have a conversation with Perry Cronin he's the president of.

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"senator harris california" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"senator harris california" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Washington post political reporter comes to a whole host of The Washington week in review on PBS every Friday night you can follow Robert on Twitter at Costa reports I recommend that you do and this Friday night on Washington week in review they're going to be talking about debate debate debate I'm sure Bob welcome back moved on your panel on Friday night I'm always curious is going to do the post debate Washington week in review. good morning you we got a great panel we got Carl holes in the New York times one of summer's the eight P. Jack Sherman from political and guarantee the Washington post you can't beat that that's absolutely the best now you can however be everyone in the prediction game I am going to watch every minute as top to bottom because either the fields gonna get bigger after tonight or it may collapse to the big three what do you think is the dynamic going and Robert Costa. it's still broader than the big three. what you got and center stage vice president Biden and he and his allies have been really starting to punch back up politically at senator Warren taking on her campaign donations the way she's been framing herself as a small dollar candidate they say she's great big money in the past from from major financial figures and so they're really going to try to call her a hypocrite you see that in governor ed Rendell's out that this week they're really taking her on in that in that direction a piece to judge the mayor of south and senator Harris California senator Booker a New Jersey they have a real challenge here how did they catch up how to make sure they're part of that conversation at no I I I did a panel yesterday morning in DC with Paul Begala and Paul's take is that Bernie Sanders just is too far to the left he did not say it but he implied so Elizabeth Warren but he has the same doubts that every Democrat I've talked to have about Joe Biden's viability so the moderator asked is it then who's going to be the nominee to look I don't see how to get out of a COBOL errant's nomination because Bernie too radical they'll lose Elizabeth too radical bellows and and joke appears to be too old he'll lose I don't know where else to go because it doesn't seem to me the Buddha judges maintained as early momentum or that anybody else has breakout potential does anyone else have potentially Robert Costa. you can't rule out senator Warren she's drawing the crowds she's the liberal alternative at this moment to vice president Biden at the polls and this is a party that wants the candidate in many respects that to the left and so you could see senator Warner start to pull away here and this is a party that is a mind that used to the left and she's different and senator Sanders she's a fresher face. it is long as he's in that race he remained a bit of a burden to her politically but this is becoming is this going to be a war invited race that's what tomorrow will answer now there is a dynamic here the rule set of the Democratic Party shipped up fifteen percent in a caucus or primary to collect delegates right now there are three people are pretty healthy fifteen percenters Bernie Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden if that were to deadlock and stay that way you've got a two ballot convention or even longer is there any animosity on a personal level between the three such that you would think it would inclined one against the other or two friendships that will bring them together. at the moment you have senator Warren and senator Sanders really it and serving as allied politically they come from the same wing of the party well senator Sanders because of a democratic socialist even much more of the left the it in terms of his position and how they articulate them and senator Warner's echoed many disposition it's only getting nastier though between the fighting camp in the war yeah they both see the nomination within their grasp and unlike senator Harris you say could you could end up in her lap the nomination if things become chaotic warning by imposing a chance to grab the nomination right now one in this is one last question on two thousand and ten twenty I wanna go back to two thousand and eight you'll remember not many the audience will the West Virginia primary when John McCain cooperated with my cut committed and I met Ronnie a win that would have catapulted Romney forward do you see any kind of strategic alliance forming up between Sanders and Warren to cripple Joe Biden's momentum. nothing formal but certainly informal currents are moving in that direction you see the the the left wing of the Democratic Party wants this nomination at the one at that that's it that's so fascinating Robert let's switch over to the White House John Bolton is a friend of mine and he's gone the short list includes a couple of friends of mine record now I think it's flying in to see the president tonight Robert C. o'brien is in town for whatever reason in Washington DC both ambassadors who else is on the short list to replace John Bolton what to the individual names mean or or signify for the other people in ministration. several a friend of Mike Pompeii the secretary state say you could try to pull Henry Kissinger you so close to president trump right now even technically running for policy military policy security policy he could become national security adviser we have one of his allies in there and circle the secretary of state and an essay well both Grinnell and Brian as well as Brian hook in our special represented North Korea they're all pump I don't see anyone actually outside of the pump air orbit who would be there it will get is sort of rule will revert to second term Nixon first term for it because that's when Kissinger it was double had it and it worked pretty well then but you have to have total authority to make it so do you think the president has that kind of trust in the secretary of state. he does have that kind of trust face of my reporting but you do see a lot of names out there that are. they they know the president doesn't want to have a foil anymore like you had with John Bolton and so you can look it up for the NSA that's probably going to be a little bit more low key weaker and their power within the administration more of the Tom Donilon model under president Obama's oppose the Susan rice model under president Obama that's a fair a fair way of putting it I'll bet you right now in my audience nobody knows who Tom Donilon is in very few people know who Susan rice's point being they're much more low profile much more low key sure like Stephen Hadley became the Condi rice after the secretary of state became the secretary of state and that's one of the Pompeii of style however there's a caveat here for now if the president looking for someone to go on TV and to be a spokesman for him and it really be more of a fighter on TV you could still see a record at all get that job making sure he never gets too much distance from Pompeii but still being kind of more TV present that often like that let me underscore that there are two people who are natural television performers o'brien who was born to be on television and Grinnell who has been on television for a long time red idle fox news channel during the eight years Obama spokesperson for John bone that the U. N. but both o'brien in Bolton are friends with John Paul a Brian in Grinnell are friends with John Bolton record now work from for I think this entire time at sea on a **** does that make a difference because I I saw the president was calling HR McMaster he doesn't really exile anyone from its orbit he still talks the rights previous and he said the only guy I've been exams Bannon recently. and you could see president from say record now was a ball can guy for years the root canal has been so forceful and being a trump person politically that that is that kind of washes off any of that concern. to the hilt runner costs are they going to get a budget deal done I've got North Carolina senator Tom chills coming up this are all ask him but what are the prospects of avoiding a shutdown. what the White House once you're the Senate Republicans and house Democrats want to avoid a shutdown they're gonna have played about different funding think we have the Democrats really raising concerns about the national emergency in the president's use of federal dollars but they keep trying to delay the budget deal talk to our November maybe even December because they're trying to get a deal done I would like to see spending agreement about the president want to stand up before twenty twenty similar to what he had last year that's an open question inside the west wing right now finally got my parents because of said to have had a role in the ouster of John Bolton what you're reporting Robert cost. president trump always has a confidante vice president pence in these private meetings especially at actual security who is given in canton invites the backing him up I have no heart forty that and was trying to push out Bolton but I do know that the pens camp Aponte camp there were tensions that have John Bolton operated inside the bureaucracy and that wasn't helpful double. 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"senator harris california" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"senator harris california" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"On Twitter at Costa reports I recommend that you do and this Friday night on Washington week in review they're going to be talking about debate debate debate I'm sure Bob welcome back moved on your panel on Friday night I'm always curious is going to do the post debate Washington week in review. good morning you we got a great panel we got Carl holes in the New York times one of summer's the eight P. Jack Sherman from politico in and guarantee the Washington post you can't beat that that's absolutely the best now you can however be everyone in the prediction game I am going to watch every minute as top to bottom because either the fields gonna get bigger after tonight or it may collapse to the big three what do you think is the dynamic going in Robert constant. it's still broader than the big three of course you got at center stage vice president Biden and he and his allies have been really starting to punch back up politically at senator Warren taking on her campaign donations the way she's been framing herself as a small dollar candidate they say she's great big money in the past from from major financial figures and so they're really going to try to call her a hypocrite you see that in governor ed Rendell's out that this week they're really taking her on in that in that direction to judge the mayor of south bend senator Harris California senator Booker a New Jersey they have a real challenge here how did they catch up how do they make sure they're part of that conversation at you know I I I did a panel yesterday morning in DC with Paul Begala and Paul's take is that Bernie Sanders just is too far to the left he did not say it but he implied so Elizabeth Warren but he has the same doubts that every Democrat I've talked to have about Joe Biden's viability so the moderator after that then who's gonna be the nominee to look I don't see how to get out of a COBOL errant's nomination because Bernie too radical they'll lose Elizabeth too radical bellows and and joke appears to be too old he'll lose I don't know where else to go because it doesn't seem to me the Buddha judges maintained as early momentum or that anybody else has breakout potential does anyone else have potentially Robert Costa. you can't rule out senator Warren she's drawing the crowds she's a liberal alternative at this moment to vice president Biden at the polls and this is a party that wants the candidate in many respects that to the left and so you could see senator Warner start to pull away here and this is a party that is a mind that used to the left and she's different and senator Sanders she's a fresher face is long as he's in that race he remains a bit of a burden to her politically but this is becoming is this going to be a war invited race that's what tomorrow will answer now there is a dynamic here the rule set of the Democratic Party shipped up fifteen percent in a caucus or primary to collect delegates right now there are three people are pretty healthy fifteen percenters Bernie Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden if that were to deadlock and stay that way you've got a two ballot convention or even longer is there any animosity on a personal level between the three such that you would think it would inclined one against the other or two friendships that will bring them together. at the moment you have senator Warren and senator Sanders really it and serving as allied politically they come from the same wing of the party well senator Sanders because of a democratic socialist even much more of the left the it in terms of his position and how they articulate them and senator Warner's echoed many of his positions it's only getting nastier though between the fighting camp in the war yeah they both see the nomination within their grasp and unlike center harassing say could you could end up in her lap the nomination if things become chaotic warning by imposing a chance to grab the nomination right now one in this is one last question on two thousand and that twenty I wanna go back to two thousand and eight you'll remember not many in the audience of the West Virginia primary when John McCain cooperated with Mike Huckabee to deny Mitt Romney a win that would have catapulted running forward do you see any kind of strategic alliance forming up between Sanders and Warren to cripple Joe Biden's momentum. nothing formal but certainly informal currents are moving in that direction you see the the left wing of the Democratic Party wants this nomination at that one at that so fasten your Robert let's switch over to the White House John Bolton is a friend of mine and he's gone the short list includes a couple of friends of mine record now I think it's flying in to see the president tonight Robert C. o'brien is in town for whatever reason in Washington DC both ambassadors who else is on the short list to replace John Bolton what to the individual names mean or or signify for the other people in ministration. several US friend of Mike Pompeii the secretary of state say you could try to pull Henry Kissinger you so close to president trump right now it affected me running for policy military policy security policy he could become national security adviser we have one of his allies in their in servo the secretary of state and an essay well both Grinnell and Brian as well as Brian hook in our special represented North Korea they're all I don't see anyone actually outside of the pump air orbit who would be there it will get is sort of rule will revert to a second term Nixon first term for it because that's when Kissinger it was double had it and it worked pretty well then but you have to have total authority to make it so do you think the president has that kind of trust in the secretary of state. he does have that kind of trust based on my reporting but you do see a lot of names out there that are. they they know the president doesn't want to have a foil anymore like you had with John Bolton and so you can look it up NSA that's probably gonna be a little bit more low key weaker and their power within the administration more of the Tom Donilon model under president Obama's oppose the Susan rice model under president Obama that's a fair a fair way of putting it I'll bet you right now in my audience nobody knows who Tom Donilon is in very few people know who Susan rice's point being they're much more low profile much more low key sure like Stephen Hadley became the Condi rice after the secretary of state became the secretary of state and that's one of the Pantera style however this account. Rick Grinnell if the president looking for someone to go on TV and to be a spokesman for him and it really be more of a fighter on TV you could still see a record at all get that job making sure he never gets too much distance from Ontario but still being kind of more TV present that often like that let me underscore that there are two people who are natural television performers Brian who was born to be on television and Grinnell who has been on television for a long time red eyes the whole fox news channel during eight years of Obama spokesperson for John bone that the U. N. but both o'brien and Bolton are friends with John bowl of Brian in Grinnell are friends with John Bolton record now work from for I think this entire time at sea on a **** does that make a difference because I I saw the president was calling HR McMaster he doesn't really exile anyone from its orbit he still talks the rights previous and he said the only guy I've been exams Bannon recently. and you could see president from say record now was a ball can guy for years the root canal has been so forceful and being a trump person politically that that and that kind of washes off any of that concern. to the hilt runner costs are they going to get a budget deal done I've got North Carolina senator Tom chills coming up this are all ask him but what are the prospects of avoiding a shutdown. it depends on what the White House once you're the Senate Republicans in the house Democrats want to avoid a shutdown they're gonna have played about different funding things we have the Democrats really raising concerns about the national emergency in the president's use of federal dollars but they keep trying to delay the budget deal hello to our November maybe even December they're trying to get a deal done it like this you spending agreement about the president want to stand up before twenty twenty similar to what he had last year that's an open question inside the west wing right now finally got my parents because of said to have had a role in the after John Bolton what you're reporting Robert cost. president trump always has a confidante vice president pence in these private meetings especially at national security who is given in canton invites the backing him up I have no heart forty that and was trying to push out Fulton but I do know that the pens camp Pompeii camp there were tensions that have John Bolton operated inside the bureaucracy and that wasn't helpful double. Robert Khan so always good to talk to you will be watching tomorrow night doing debate analysis with the find panel on Washington week in review will be following on Twitter at Custer reports follow me my friends as I tell you that if you have heard of the fresh start initiative concerning the IRS you may have thought it was too good to be true but.

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"senator harris california" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"senator harris california" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"One two five nine one eighty nine hundred get some air calls and texture. America was once they land of prohibitions half a century ago gambling, was a legal marijuana's legal abortion, was legal pornography was legal homosexual relations were against the law. Same sex marriage was beyond mansion ation. This is from Steve. Champa callum. Today's Chicago Tribune, just to. Paraphrase, Steve a little bit here now these activities are all allowed almost everywhere in much of the country. Thomas, Jefferson said, quote, it does me. No injury for my neighbor to say there are twenty gods or no God in either picks, my pocket nor breaks. My leg kind of foundation of libertarian thought there. In nineteen sixty five or sixty five supreme court is established a constitutional right of privacy that has invalidated laws forbidding contraception abortion pornography, public attitudes of chains. Well, Americans now overwhelmingly regard sexism matter for private choices. Not government. Mandates, one big exception prostitution prostitution is still illegal everywhere, except for some parts vodka. Tens of thousands of men and women are arrested each year for the roles in it. Former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper. One of the I think Democrats running for president said recently, he thought legalizing prostitution serve sing serious considerations. Senator Harris California said she favored decriminalization although she seems to mean prosecuting customers pimps, but sparing the prostitutes themselves, and one congressman or woman. Sorry, don't know Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii said, if consented all wants to engage in sex work, that's the right it should not be a crime. All people should have Tani over their bodies and their labors. One reason, the concept has gained currency is at America's become well acquainted with an adult film actress Dame stormy Daniels, and also a certain NFL her name, Robert Kraft, and just to in conclusion, this is champions, thoughts. It was hard to see any grave danger from an elderly widowers, handling handing over cash for a couple of minutes worth of manual stimulation prohibition doesn't. Eliminate the harms generally associated with prostitution such violence human trafficking and disease on the contrary. It fosters them by driving the business underground. All right. Your chance respond to at three one two five nine one eight nine hundred gets some of your calls and texts but I can come up here at once again for his regular Monday afternoon. Visit Paul from him stale who always has something about. Stephen moore. In fact, I believe Paul that you sent me some mail, which I just opened a few minutes ago, s Steve Moore, his valuation since the tax cuts GDP is up one point two trillion that six point two percent in the sixteen months since the tax cuts..

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"senator harris california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

12:28 min | 3 years ago

"senator harris california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"An immigrant communities and Hispanic communities. It would mean that communities entitled to resources wouldn't get those resources. It would deny certain communities of equal representation. And so in the interest of fairness in the interest of upholding this quintessential American premise, we're obligated to ensure the most accurate count in the twenty twenty cents. And as such we must use every tool at our disposal in our arsenal to fight to protect its integrity. And that's what we did today who Los Angeles where we're joined by Tema signs, president and general counsel of Malta Mexican American legal defense and education fund mall. Deaf is representing plaintiffs in one of the lawsuits challenging the census citizenship question and here in New York. Joined by Ari Berman senior writer mother Jones reporting fellow at the nation's author of give us the ballot. The modern struggle. Voting rights in America. So are you attended the supreme court oral arguments yesterday set the scene for us? And you surprised by the tenor of the questions I did. And this really is one of the most important cases for democracy in decades, Amy because the census determined so many things that our society how eight hundred eighty billion dollars in federal funding is allocated. How voting districts are drawn. How many house seats how many leterel college votes states? Have. There's really nothing we do that's more important to democracy than the census. And this one question about US citizenship has the possibility to derail the entire census. One of the most important and longest causa to show responsibilities that our government has could now be derailed and turned into a political weapon by the Trump administration to target immigrants and places where lots of immigrants live. And so I was hoping I would hear these big picture debates in the supreme court about the importance of the census. And how this question threatens the sense. Instead, the conservative justices on the court seemed very sympathetic to this question. They really didn't question the motives of Wilbur Ross the commerce secretary who added this question, even though three different federal courts have struck it down six years ago. I was in the supreme court when they railed against the Voting Rights Act called it an act of regional discrimination against the south. And then suddenly six years later, the same conservative justices that gutted the Voting Rights Act. Suddenly believe that the citizenship questions now necessary to enforce the Voting Rights Act, which every voting we'll tell you. It's not. And so once again, we have a situation where the supreme court seems like they are about to side with folks that want to gut voting rights rollback, civil rights target immigrant communities as opposed to protecting one of the most important constitutional responsibilities that we have I wanna have signs of the of mal deaf defense in education fund. What do you see as the your take on? How the hearing went yesterday. I think it's hard to predict from an oral argument in any case with the outcome will be and I do think we have a chief Justice appreciates institutional integrity of the court and more broadly of the constitution. I think we've seen him make unexpected decisions in previous cases reflecting that belief in ensuring institutional and constitutional integrity. And as our has stated this is the most important issue that we faced in decades. The senses is a mandate that goes back to our constitutions very beginning. The direction to enumerate every decade all persons residing in the United States, and so much what we do over the succeeding decade from allocating seats in the house of representatives among the states to drawing district lines from local level up to federal level within the states to how we distribute resources from the federal government is determined by that enumeration this is so integral to what. We do as diplomacy that I believe when the justices have an opportunity reflect further we may well, see a change in their initial reaction to this late added and falsely added question to census twenty twenty. I want to turn to commerce secretary Wilbur Ross speaking for the house oversight and reform committee in March. Nolan's individual data will be used for any other purpose other than the nations that we provide externally. So this is not a tool for immigration job is simply the people whether citizen or not. If you can respond to the substance of this Ari Berman, but also what has come out the corruption around who exactly proposed this and Wilbur Ross working with Bannon and co back, and who they are overalls is really one of the most corrupt members of the Trump administration and his action of the census case demonstrate this. He has lied repeatedly about why he added this question to the census in March of twenty thousand he said it was needed for better enforcement of the Voting Rights Act. Even though the Trump administration hasn't found a single lawsuit to enforce the Voting Rights Act. And this question hasn't been all the sentences nineteen fifty in the Voting Rights Act was passed in nineteen sixty five. There was no pressing need to ask this question. He said that the Justice department initiated this question when memo through after memo shows that Ross was the one who told the Justice department, we need this question on the census. And most importantly, he said he didn't discuss this question with the White House. But it turns out that Steve Bannon the chief strategist of the Trump administration. The architect of the Trump administration's white native strategy put Wilbur Ross in touch with Chris Kobuk, the former secretary of state of Kansas the leading architect of laws restricting voting immigration in the US to add this question to the census, and it was co Bach who told Wilbur Ross it was essential to add this question to this. And this is really the smoking gun. The fact that Steve Bennett, Chris Kobuk Jeff Sessions, the most anti immigrant the most anti voting rights people in the country. They were the ones who were instrumental in pushing to get this question on the census it had nothing to do about enforcing voting rights. It was all about trying to target immigrants and preserve white political power for the next decade and Thomas. You of your sense terms of the impact that this could have if the the question is allowed on the on the census of this whole issue as as just sorta your said that it's almost one hundred percent guarantee that many many folks especially immigrants in the country will not of will choose not to cooperate with the census and the impact that this could have especially in the climate of the Trump administration constantly raising the dangers of undocumented immigration or they say illegal immigration in the country. Absolutely, right. The climate. That's been created by this administration. The census bureau has known for a long time is already creating challenges for getting folks to respond to the senses as long ago as November two thousand seventeen before the announcement of citizenship question, the bureau was reporting to its national advisory committee on racial ethnic and other populations that it was already seeing unprecedented levels of non-cooperation unprecedented levels of refusing to completely complete a questionnaire. It was seeing that because of the fear created by this administration. You add to that citizenship question that level of distrust that is very high with respect to this administration in communities across the country, and you have a recipe for a very serious serious undercount now they're folks across the country, including my own organization if that will work very hard to try to reassure people to try to get as complete account as possible the bureau itself will invest in trying to convince. People to participate, but we have created headwinds. The addition of the citizenship question in a climate of great distress for this administration that make it virtually a foreseen outcome that we will have a higher undercount than we otherwise you'd have and the implications of that for the next decade of policy making in this country are monstrous and I wanted to ask you there. Some the extreme actions of some particular states in particular taking they're not looking solely to redistrict based on another cow. But also determine who gets the right to vote actually actually count voters rather than president. This is a really important point one. I think this is one of the reasons they want to add this question about citizenship. Which is that everyone is counted for the purpose of drawing districts in this country doesn't matter if you're a voter or non voter doesn't matter if you're a citizen or non citizen, everyone is counted. Because everyone deserves representation what conservatives want to do. Now is they want to redraw districts counting on? Only citizens or possibly counting. Even only voters. What that would do is it would dramatically shift power away from areas that have a lot of immigrants places, like New York, and California and Texas, and then redistributed political power to wider more rural and more conservative areas could lose congressional seat. How could lose tens of billions of dollars California could lose congressional seats for the first time in the history of his country, California could actually lose congressional seats in the next round something like it's estimated. I think send you set to my Arbor up something like six million people under counted six million people might not respond to the form. But remember this is going to affect a lot more than that. Because it's going to the places where they live. So the most populous parts of this country could lose representation and what's happening. Here is the Trump administration wants to use as a weapon to preserve white political power in the face of massive demographic. Because what an accurate sense is going to show the country's more diverse. Than ever more nonwhite than ever. But if you can stop that from happening the country is more white than it should be more conservative than it should be more Republican than it should be. I wanna turn to the issue of voting rights for prisoners, which has sort of exploded on the scene this week though. It's been an issue for a long time because on Monday presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders was asked about it. During a CNN townhall if prisoners like the Boston marathon bomber should be allowed to vote while locked up as what happens in my own state over mud from the very first days of our state's history. Constitution says is everybody can vote. That is true. So people in jail can vote here is my view, if somebody commits a serious crime sexual assault model they're going to be punished. They may be jail for twenty years fifty the whole lives. That's what happens when you commit a serious crime. But I think the white vote is inherent to our democracy. Yes. Even for terrible people because once you stop. Shipping away. A terrible. Let him vote that person. Did that not gonna let that person vote? You're running down a slippery slope. Of course, Senator Sanders comes from Vermont where personnel can vote as can main during another presidential form that night on CNN presidential candidate peop-, the mayor of south bend, Indiana came out against voting rights for prisoners of the punishment. When you were when you were convicted of a crime in your incarcerated is you loose certain rights. You lose your freedom. And I think during that period. It does not make sense to have an exception for the right to vote and CNN's done lemon put the question to Senator Harris California during the presidential town hall that night. People who are in convicted in prison like the Boston marathon bomber on death row people who are convicted of sexual assault. They should be able to vote. I think we should have that conversation. So she said I think we should have that conversation Monday night. But on Tuesday, Senator Harris said, quote, I'm a prosecutor, I believe there has to be serious consequence for the most extreme types of crimes, unquote..

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"senator harris california" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

12:16 min | 3 years ago

"senator harris california" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Music for Monday morning, Mark Davis in for Hugh Hewitt. Always an occasion, always an occasion a birthday some chart history. Little angel is from Bryan ferry in the boys manifesto the album on which this appears released this week. Nineteen seventy nine. This feel older. It's the music choices when Mark Davis fills it for you. But some things stay the same. And that is the fixtures. The positions where the guests that I love as a listener become the guest. I love to talk to when I get to hang out and host Mike Allen of axios. World is here. Morning, mike. How're you doing, sir? Good morning. Happy monday. Happy monday. Indeed, never an oxymoron around here. It is a happy Monday says we dive in let's take a look at some of the things can finally axios Twitter feed at and Mike Allen Twitter feed at axios dot com. I I asked a rhetorical question. But I'm gonna make it nonrhetorical and ask you here comes the Hickenlooper announcement why I mean, I know that we had seventeen Republicans they're working on at least that many does Hickenlooper. Bring anything to the field that seven or eight other people don't already have. Governor. And we saw. Washington jump in and Terry McAuliffe of Virginia. Governor is taking a look at it. And look at Bill Clinton you look around Reagan. You look at the history of governors running for president. They can say the DC people park. We actually. That's fair enough. We joked around a little bit Colorado a legal pot state Hickenlooper. Even as a democrat has has had some reasonable moments where he has said, you know, maybe this hasn't been the greatest thing in the world. The money is nice. He's not as big a skeptic of. It is say I might be. But I don't think he's going to be, you know, hurry for legal pot in the same way. That Jay Inslee is going to be the climate change guy. That's right. Governor Hickenlooper brings a walkie style. He was former brew pub owner, I didn't event governor hypocritical new party brought a bit about vibe to people like the western conversation has been. The. Was a very corridor election and this year having a California candidate it looks like we may have a. Candidate from the great state, right? What is your latest as a better getting into? Right. I think they shrink they may shrink a little by the day depends on his ego. Which may be sizeable listen, which is not a criticism. Everybody running for president has to have a certain high self image. Hey, dig me, that's part of the games, George Carlin, you say and so that that's not a criticism. But when when beta was down on the border with with Chris Hayes and actually said with microphones hot that he would tear down existing wall. I I just I just don't know anybody expecting a miracle nationally kinda like he had here in Texas coming so close to Ted Cruz. I think that's a dream. Well, I can tell you Democrats are investing in that green. Democrats are looking at Senator Harris, California, building better getting in a real split is sort of new guard. And if we get a biting entry Bernie Sanders in real divide between looking and sort of classics. Well, it is and so since we've walked into this arena. Let's spend a moment at it for years ago. Bernie Sanders was the insurgent now he's the front runner. Now. He's the grizzled statesman of of of democratic presidential politics. And everybody else is a newer face a fresher face. They are the are the insurgents does that help him as the is he the preemptive the presumptive front runner or or might people look at this. And savy idea of Bernie may be better than the reality of brain. Definitely not presumptive front runner. I think vice president Biden would be doing person that would get a little bit of that. I think people the Democrats I talked to we're very bearish I'm burning because there wasn't really a wait for him go to work himself out of a job. So many of the other candidates are talking about policies that online its powerful. That's something that. Come on here. And. And better for them is they can raise money quickly. And Mark I think the money factor is to be different this year because we saw in twenty sixteen the money is no longer despised at right? I spent a lot more I had a lot more than Donald Trump in the primaries. But money as you know is a proxy, and it can convert excitement. The size of your network. The thing that this new online world changes a little bit. Is someone could catch on overnight. So as you remember back in the good old days when somebody caught on on Iowa. Was a scramble for them to get the money that they needed to get on the air Super Tuesday SEC Tuesday. Get out to California. Now, you could. Because my grandma would say overnight. And somebody it makes it easier for somebody to have a debate moment and get fundraising and become viral. And that is why it's so funny as as everybody talks about all the big names, and which by the way, they shed the camera harasses the Cory booker's the chargers, they're a couple. I just want to run a couple of getting sixty seconds on each because they interest me they do not annoy me as much as the other names, which may be meaningless because I am voting for any of them. But it might mean they might have something in as a national candidate that does more than just a rile up the base, and that is Pete Buttigieg and Tulsi Gabbard. You're right. They both have a fascinating story, and I can tell you. The mayor Pete is taking in admire your courage in design. This is called. Mayor Pete who would be the first openly gay president is someone who is is playing great officers that he goes on because he talks about lowering the temperature and Marcus is a little bit of a conundrum pretended people want. You you look like you. I travel the country every place I go people say that they want Washington to work people say they want the temperature lower. But then when they're deciding where they're gonna cheat on the TV. Money that doesn't necessarily follow through people always say that. But. They work. Right. They sure do. They. Sure do. And so I in in these cases of these lesser known names. I think there's an opportunity and perhaps sooner rather than later because here real quick question about about the debates. They're not going to have the the kids table debate at five and then the main event in seven they're going to split up. I think they're going to draw straws and so on some night in June. I think we may have two nights in a row, let's say they have seventeen as well. They may have more where we have like eight Democrats, right? Their primetime on a Tuesday night and then nine more prime time on a Wednesday night. And you know, the networks cover them as well. They should. Is it? There's authentic excitement about these candidates. Come on, the judge. They were having the Democrats are not as a public service, but people are technically interested in them. So there's excitement about the black until I couldn't believe the year's weekend. I sort of of of twenty twenty. One got a full house in Iowa and like a hundred reporter. So there is fascination with these candidates. There is interested in them there. There's so much war coverage earlier, some of the networks have already deployed there. Embed every weekend. We'll get around for the candidates from the early states. So there's excitement people know that this election matters. And it's good to be probably as close as the last one. And there's no way Mark that it did any more high-minded than the minus one. Here comes more of it. And I think we've we've stumbled across another live something that people say like like, I never watched OJ coverage. Eighty percent of people were like, here's another our campaigns are too long our election campaigns are too long. Listen, I feel that way to look what I do for a living. But the bottom line is we're doing twenty twenty four talk right now on the show sometimes like who will be Trump's success or even if he serves to complete terms, we never get tired of this. It's a talking sport. And I think it's a great interest. Certainly Republicans interested in keeping most of their head screwed on straight interested in keeping him the Democrats very fired up about beating him because they want to do that as much as they want their next breath. So I think the interest levels are are thoroughly authentic. What was the expression of talking sports? Absolutely. This entire thing is a talking sport. I not in all circles. But right now with everything that you, and I just talked about will Biden run. We'll Hillary one will be able to do nationally what he did in Texas. Exactly. Exactly. Exactly. Right. It is. Everybody says, oh, I'm tired of this. I'm going to be so tired of this. I think some people do and I understand that. But there are just so many angles, and so many places that this could go and really sports and politics are the two things that are truly unscripted in an era of so-called reality television. Where even that's thoroughly scripted. These are the things where you truly do not know what's going to happen not just year to year but week to week, and that I think is what makes a is that a fair theory. That's what I think makes them so compelling. And people are human important thing to remember market up. Get raw. People do not vote like political scientists or like pundits. They boot like human beings. And that's why out of this big feels like somebody's gonna have a moment. Somebody is going to rise to this occasion. And it's going to they're going to be hitting shoulders above the others. So on a scale of zero where never happens on a scale of ten of metaphysical surge Jude Mike Allen does Joe Biden run. I I can't speak that babe. Because I'm not sure that he knows he wants to every conversation with people that is that he wants to their things holding back. So you got to give it a four one day six that's perfect art. But I know that that that is a perfect answer. And he wants said that the reason I think I need to run is. I think I'm the only person that can win and he may be right about that. All right. Is there a non zero chance just coming off this weekend in the Selma address any chance? Hillary can't keep herself out ten seconds. I don't think there is your Tucker ever people. They're not. But she and Bill Darby consulted by the twenty two it people still want to hear what they have to say your Mike Allen. We always want to know what you're saying. Thank you, sir at my gallon at axios,.

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"senator harris california" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"senator harris california" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Wednesday. The race for the democratic presidential nomination is already heating up. Even though there was almost a year to go before the caucuses Nile Stanage? White House columnist at the hill has ranked where the contenders currently stand Nile your take. Well, we have this Senator Harris California top of the list 'em. She seems to share to the best rule out of any candidates, so far she's obviously a relatively fresh face on the national same ignited some enthusiasm among the democratic grassroots. Don't want to old tan in any great detail. But we have former vice president Biden up number two Senator Bernie Sanders forces just launched his campaign, number three. Former congressman Beethoven Rourke number four. How does? You referenced the freshness of Kamla Harris is that why she's number one? Because certainly I would think. Joe Biden, for example, in Bernie Sanders have more name recognition at this stage of the game. Yeah. Good question. I mean when Pinon polls are conducted of the democratic failed at Biden and Sanders tend to be the top two. But there is a genuine question about the utility of opinion. Polls early in a race. They do tend to measure name recognition above all else dot is not scores to dismiss hide nor Sounders chances to me as I say, we have them both in the top three. But Harrison at the moment seemed to host some momentum some traction with democratic voters. Why would you say she's had the best launch of any candidate? Well, her official speech launching her candidacy was very well received. And was generally seen is pretty well executed. She's beaten to some of the early states and has generated excitement there and Jones sizable crowds. And you know, even in her media interviews. Yeah. There have been some ocassional missteps. But for the most part, she has held her own and not not regard. So we put all that together. And she's she's in there and doing well, right right out of the gate parakeet, Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth Warren was fifth on your list. She's been talked about for a couple of years. Obviously. How does how does she placed at number five? Well, I think there's been some surprise that. Elizabeth Warren hasn't gotten off to a better start. Now. Of course, she has been dogged by this issue that won't go away at her claim to native American history, which is treatment. Of course, she conducted or door submitted herself to DNA test. He had at least one native American ancestor, albeit many generations ago, but that's wasn't considered a political move on her part of seemed to offer up another target to President Trump and more broadly, do isn't really at this point the Tonj ability excitement for Waddams candidacy that there is for Senator Harris, for example, speaking with Nile Stanage, associate editor also White House columnist at the hill. And he's written a piece entitled the ten Dem's most likely to win the twenty twenty presidential nomination a good portion of the rest of your. List are senators Cory Booker from New Jersey Amy klobuchar. Minnesota Sherrod Brown from Ohio and Kirsten gillibrand from New York, what are those senators kind of match up or how do they match up against each other? I guess one of the difficulties as we get lower on our list is high people create enough space for themselves to have a very effective. For example, kissed and gentleman. Here's number nine gnarliest. It's not quite fearful her unique selling point to Democrats is I mean, obviously, she's junior Senator from a very large important state, but she has been overshadowed as so far at even a. I think it's the case with Sandra Jila van. She has presented herself as a standard bearer for for women. Well, that's fair enough. But we have sensors Harrison warm in this race with broadly, similar as one of those central Cuba, shar, you mentioned. So so it's that sort of issue of differentiation becomes more difficult for the slaking profile candidates Nile Nile Stanage White House columnist at the hill. He teen minutes now after.

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