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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on WTOP

"Industry partner for over 130 years. Good morning, I'm Bruce Allen, Scott Gilman, as our producer. The top story we're following for you this morning. Election 2022 on WTO, there will be a recount in the democratic primary for Montgomery county executive. After provisional votes were counted yesterday incumbent Markel which leads challenger David Blair by just 42 votes with 34 votes left to scan, ail rich declared victory late last night on Twitter, but this morning challenger Blair released a statement saying that given the extremely close margin he will be requesting a full recount. Under Maryland election law, the trailing candidate can request a recount within three days of the certification of the vote, no word on a timetable for the recount. The Senate is still in session from yesterday with Democrats pushing to get a final vote on their $740 billion economic package. WTO's Mitchell Miller has more now from Capitol Hill. The Senate's number two Democrat, dick Durbin, says Republicans are criticizing legislation that will drop the price of prescription drugs and help Americans with healthcare. All the speeches notwithstanding, they refuse to vote for a provision, which will actually lower families, living costs. But Texas Republican John cornyn says spending more money won't bring down inflation. And he's critical of democratic senator Joe Manchin for brokering the deal that led to this legislation. The senator from West Virginia has engaged in a gigantic Olympic worthy flip flop. Democrats have sought Manchin support for close to a year and now that they have it, believe they're finally going to get approval of this bill. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO, P news. We now know the name of the man who died Friday after being struck by lightning near The White House. Brooks lambertson of Los Angeles was in D.C. on business. Four people were found in Lafayette park near cluster of trees. It happened after a lightning strike during a severe thunderstorm. Now please say that a 29 year old man has also died from his injuries. White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre. We are saddened by the tragic loss of life after the lightning strike in Lafayette park. A couple in their 70s, Donna and James Mueller have also died. They were visiting D.C. from Wisconsin for their 56th wedding anniversary. The fourth person is still in the hospital in critical condition. President Biden has tested negative today for a second consecutive day after a rebound case of COVID. The president has gotten the okay to travel, including tomorrow to Kentucky to see the massive flood damage there. Doctor William schaffner of Vanderbilt university says a rebound case is not all that rare. Anyone who's had COVID can get reinfected in the future because the current variants that are out there, this BA 5 variant has the capacity to infect people who've been vaccinated and people who have had COVID themselves. But the illness it produces in that instance is usually really quite mild. It's ten 34 now, an Israeli air strike has killed a senior commander in the Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad. Israeli authorities say it's the group's second leader to be killed amid an escalating cross border conflict. Khalid Mansour has led the Iran backed Islamic Jihad's operations in the southern Gaza Strip. His killing comes a day after another Israeli strike killed the militant group's commander in the north, already the fighting has killed at least 29 Palestinians and seen hundreds of rockets fired toward Israel in the worst violence between Israel and Palestinian militants since the end of an 11 day war in 2021. Firefighters in Cuba are struggling to contain a blaze at an oil storage facility about 55 miles east of Havana. The fire apparently sparked by a lightning strike has injured more than a 120 people, 5 critically. 17 firefighters are missing, according to Cuba authorities, government officials say about 800 people have been evacuated from a nearby neighborhood, the country's foreign minister says U.S. office of health offers of help with the fire are in the hands of specialists for coordination. Experts are warning of a possible disaster in Ukraine as concerns grow about fighting around Europe's largest nuclear power plant. Smoke rises above the pylons at the zapor region nuclear power plants, each side blaming the other for explosions that downed high voltage power lines, prompting engineers to shut down a reactor. The nuclear watchdog IAEA warning of

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Manchin and Schumer announce surprise deal on climate and taxes

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Manchin and Schumer announce surprise deal on climate and taxes

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting senator Joe Manchin says he has a deal with Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer on health energy and taxes Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia has unexpectedly announced agreement with Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer on a package covering healthcare costs energy and climate issues higher taxes on the ultra wealthy and corporations and reducing the federal debt Last December resistance from Manchin who's one of the most conservative Democrats in the Senate derailed a wide ranging $3.5 trillion ten year social and environment bill that was president Joe Biden's top domestic priority There was no immediate explanation for Manchin's sudden turnabout Mansion's press release provided

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Gotten better on the metro. Morning guys, another high profile case of COVID-19 in Washington we just learned senator Joe Manchin has tested positive. The Democrat for West Virginia put that out on Twitter says he's got mild symptoms is going to work remotely and isolation. Of course Manchin has been at the center of negotiations with Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer on a slimmed down version of a slimmed down economic package. President Biden still in isolation with his own COVID case at The White House. He was supposed to go to Florida today, actually. Address the national organization of black law enforcement executives. He's going to do that remotely instead. We also learned just moments ago from The White House that the president is going to hold a virtual meeting with CEOs and labor leaders this afternoon to talk about the importance of passing the chips act defense secretary Lloyd Austin and commerce secretary Gina raimondo will take part in that as well. Another wildfire is burning out of control near Yosemite National Park, the oak fire broke out Friday, doubled in size over the weekend. This woman's picking through what's left of the home where she just exchanged vows with her husband. Just to see that space. Just I honestly thought it was going to be burned to the ground. I was surprised there's stuff still standing. Well, meantime, firefighters are still battling the washburn fire that broke out just a few miles away, two and a half weeks ago. That fire is about 87% contained. Former president Donald Trump is getting ready for his first appearance back in Washington since he left office 18 months ago. He gives a keynote speech tomorrow at the America first agenda summit tonight, his former vice president Mike Pence will speak at the heritage foundation as they both consider runs for president in 2024. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. This is Bloomberg. The sports are easy to disagree on. Let's see what happens when sports talk hosts talk

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Biden announces modest climate actions; pledges more to come

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden announces modest climate actions; pledges more to come

"President Biden has announced modest new steps to fight climate change while promising more action to come This is an emergency An emergency And I will I will look at it that way But he is stopping short of declaring a formal climate emergency which Democrats and environmental groups want while hinting it may still happen The president used a speech at a former coal fired power plant in Massachusetts to lay out steps to help communities deal with soaring temperatures and boost the domestic offshore wind industry That came after democratic senator Joe Manchin scuttled hopes for sweeping global warming legislation The president's promising more executive action to battle when he calls an eggs existential threat since Congress so far has failed I will not take no for an answer Sagar Meghani Washington

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Biden holds off — for now — on climate emergency declaration

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden holds off — for now — on climate emergency declaration

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting President Biden is holding off on a climate emergency declaration President Joe Biden travels to Massachusetts today to promote his efforts to combat climate change but The White House hopes for those anticipating a climate emergency declaration Everything is on the table is just not going to be this week on that decision At Tuesday's White House briefing spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre said the prospect of issuing a climate emergency in the future is still on the table Pressure on Biden to take action intensified after senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia pulled out of negotiations on climate legislation last week Additionally the focus on climate has heightened amid a searing heat wave that's blasting Europe Mike Gracia Washington

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Trevor Noah: Biden Has to Deal With 'Dictator' Joe Manchin

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:27 min | 3 weeks ago

Trevor Noah: Biden Has to Deal With 'Dictator' Joe Manchin

"Listen, listen to what he points out about West Virginia senator Joe Manchin. And unfortunately for President Biden, the bad news didn't stop at his presidential pound. Yes, because when Biden got back to the U.S., he had to deal with another or powerful dictator. Joe Manchin, West Virginia Democrat, and somehow the real president of the United States. Because you see, Biden has spent the last two years trying to get Joe Manchin to vote for his build back better Bill. But Manchin has spent the last two years saying no. He's been giving a variety of answers, you know? Oh, I don't want to risk inflation. I don't want to end offshore drilling. I'm a Gemini and mercury's in retrograde. That's not a good time to make big decisions. So after a lot of back and forth, Manchin said, look, I'll do a much smaller bill that only has some health insurance expansions, and the climate change stuff, and then like, you can raise taxes on corporations to pay for it. So, Democrats took out everything Manchin didn't want and came back last week with a bill that only has what he asked for. To which Joe Manson said. He made like a gesture like fake you out. Joe Manchin is getting pressure from his constituents not to sign on to this nonsense and imagine that. A senator reflecting his constituents wishes. Not the activists in Washington, D.C., how about that,

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Message from senator Joe Manchin who just hit the brakes on Democrats tax and climate agenda. The reconciliation bill we've been hearing so much about we'll talk about it next with Lester Munson principal at government relations firm BGR group former staff director, the Senate foreign relations committee, but we first turn to the markets, get an update right now from Charlie. Thank you very much, Joe Matthew and happy Friday. Welcome to New York. We have got the Dow, the S&P nesta trading at or near session highs. A 66 point game right now for the S&P, that's up by 1.75% the Dow doing a little bit better right now, up 619 up by 2%, and as stack is up a 173 up now by one and a half percent. We have got the Dow Jones Industrial Average, as I mentioned up 620 points right now, the tenure, 2.91%, the two year yield 3.12%, Spock gold down $5 the ounce down three tenths of 1%, while West Texas intermediate crude is rallying 2.7% now, 98 38 a barrel. So the stock market is snapping back at the end of a dizzying week, lots going on today, lots of economic data and plenty of earnings Citigroup surging 13% right now after this morning's earnings report. We've got Wells Fargo up by 6.1%, BlackRock after earnings up now by 2.2%. Advancing retail sales offset weakness at American factories last month and with that story here's Bloomberg's Vinny del giudice. Retail sales posted the strongest gain in four months on broad based strength, low unemployment is sustaining demand. At the same time factory output fell for a second month is inventory's piled up and businesses breaks for a slowdown. The Federal Reserve is lifting interest rates to contain runaway inflation by tempering growth. Any dial Jude ice Bloomberg radio Walt Disney's ESPN is going to be raising the price of its streaming service by 43% next month betting that it can help cover the escalating costs of sports rights without losing subscribers who are grappling with soaring inflation. Shares of The Walt Disney Company parent of ESPN, they're up now by 3.6% again recapping stocks are higher. S&P up 67 up by 1.8%, I'm

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Sen. Manchin Pulls Plug on Climate & Tax Negotiations

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Sen. Manchin Pulls Plug on Climate & Tax Negotiations

"Manchin says he will not support new climate spending or tax hikes on wealthy or in The Washington Post. New York Times headline as well. Manchin pulls plug on climate and tax talks, shrinking domestic plant. Senator Joe Manchin, the third Democrat of West Virginia pulled the plug on Thursday on negotiations to salvage key pieces of President Biden's agenda. Informing his party's leader that he would not support funding for climate or energy programs or raising taxes on wealthy Americans and corporations. This is such good news because more spending and more and tax hikes would take a recession turning into maybe a depression. And what it fueled inflation, it's like the exact opposite of what to do. This is why you can not vote for any Democrat at any level. Not named Joe Manchin, he's not up this year because there aren't any. The other ones have gone woke and left. This has left the Democrats with only one option and it's a good option. Chuck Schumer announced he's going to move the chips Bill.

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on WTOP

"Good morning, I'm Mark Lewis. And I'm Gigi Barnett, Jocelyn chesson is our producer. The top stories we're following this hour, President Biden, en route to Saudi Arabia after two days of talks with Israeli leaders. While meeting with Palestinian leaders today in the West Bank, the president said he remains committed to an independent Palestinian state, but he says now is not the time to resume long stalled peace talks with Israel. Two states for two people. But standing with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in the occupied West Bank, the president said that ground is not ripe for restarting talks. Still, we can not wait for peace agreement to be reached for every issue to be resolved to deliver on the needs of the Palestinian people that exist today as I speak. He's announced more than $300 million in financial aid. The Palestinians, though, are looking to the U.S. to push Israel into resuming negotiations, and through an interpreter, a boss said after decades of Israel acting like it's above the law. Isn't it not the time for this occupation to end Sagar Meghani, Washington. It was another day in a Russian court facing drug possession charges for WNBA star Brittany griner. Her defense lawyers presented evidence today that the basketball star received permission from Arizona health authorities to use medical cannabis for chronic pain. The defense also submitted tests that she underwent as part of an anti doping check, which did not detect any prohibited substances in her system. Last week, griner abruptly pleaded guilty to drug possession charges. And in February, Russian customs officers say they found a vape canisters containing cannabis oil in her luggage. She told a court that made cartridges were packed by a mistake, the next hearing for her is scheduled on July 26th. Breaking developments this morning, a medical examiner has released a summary of the autopsy performed on 25 year old jaylen walker. He's the black man killed in a hail of gunfire by police officers and Akron Ohio late last month. The doctor says walker was shot or grazed by bullets 46 times by 7 white and one black police officer at the end of an early morning car and foot pursuit. Police say walker shot at them during a car chase, but he was not armed when he left the car and ran away. Abortion rights legislation is expected to come up for votes today in the house, is lawmakers spar over the hot button issue. The latest from net WTO's Mitchell Miller today on the hill. Catherine Glenn foster, with Americans united for life, said during a house hearing that a ten year old rape victim who traveled to Indiana to get an abortion because it's illegal in Ohio was a unique case. If a ten year old became pregnant as a result of rape and it was threatening her life, then that's not an abortion. California Democrat Eric swalwell seemed incredulous at her response and then spoke to an abortion rights supporter. Miss marvel, I familiar with disinformation. Yes, I am. Did you just hear some disinformation? It is still a medical procedure that is understood to be an abortion. The house plans to vote on a bill to allow individuals to travel to another state to seek an abortion, similar legislation was blocked by a GOP lawmaker yesterday in the Senate. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO news. West Virginia and democratic senator Joe Manchin says he can not support an economic package that includes climate or energy provisions or one that boosts taxes on the rich or corporations. More from CBS correspondent Matt piper. It's not the first time senator Manchin is dealt a blow to President Biden's agenda. Late last year, he dashed the hopes of progressives and the president when he announced he could not support mister Biden's build back better act, the $1.75 trillion tax and spending plan that included Democrats key domestic policy initiatives, including climate change, healthcare, paid leave, housing, and taxes. The Democrats ambitious package of social policy, climate change, and taxes has been whittled down dramatically since it was originally introduced. But now senator Manchin has told Senate leaders he will only support curbing pharmaceutical prices and extending federal subsidies for buying healthcare coverage. New this morning, former president Trump and two of his children were supposed to be questioned today in a New York civil investigation into their business dealings. Well, that has been postponed. The delay that follows the death of Trump's wife, Ivana, ex-wife, Ivana rather, Trump, his son Don Junior and daughter Ivanka had been scheduled for deposition starting as soon as today. But New York attorney general letitia James office said that it had agreed to a postponement because of Ivana Trump's death yesterday. Letitia James alleges that the former president's company inflated the values of skyscrapers, golf courses and other holdings in order to get loans, insurance, and other financial benefits. Trump has denied the allegations saying that it's a common in the real estate industry to seek the best valuations. It's ten 36. Here's a highlight from Chris osterman, the director of security architecture at info blocks federal, on the zero trust cyber exchange, presented by Keras off. Know what your goals are, know what your enterprise looks like. Know what data you have to secure and where it is. And realize that it's a continuous improvement process. 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Congress honors WWII hero of Iwo Jima with ultimate salute

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Congress honors WWII hero of Iwo Jima with ultimate salute

"World War twos last remaining Medal of Honor recipient has been given another rare honor in the capital Herschel woody Williams was just 5 6 135 pounds Not the biggest marine Yet he was a force of nature on the battlefield House speaker Nancy Pelosi among those paying tribute to Williams who died last month at 98 He is just the 7th private citizen to lie in honor in the capital rotunda 77 years after Harry Truman awarded him the Medal of Honor for his actions on Iwo Jima With the number of World War II veterans dwindling senator Joe Manchin from Williams home state of West Virginia says this tribute was fitting He was the greatest of the greatest generation Sagar Meghani Washington

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on WTOP

"On WTO P this morning the Senate has not advanced abortion rights legislation this week The vote in the end was 51 49 with West Virginia democratic senator Joe Manchin actually joining Republicans to defeat this measure This morning Politico founding editor John Harris on the largely symbolic effort by Democrats this week It does put people on the record to guarantee that this is going to be a political issue assuming the Supreme Court goes forward as we expect based on that draft opinion It means this is going to be front and center in the election Certainly in 2022 very likely in 2024 So let's talk about Republican senators Susan Collins of Maine Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Tim kaine the democratic senator from Virginia who are apparently working on a different bill to support abortion rights Murkowski and Collins made clear they support abortion rights as they have in the past but they think that this bill actually goes beyond roe V wade and expands federal power at the expense of the states They say that goes too far And so there's a question of whether a more narrowly drawn bill might pass To me that's still seems like an uphill climb but it's at least possible You mentioned that the Democrats want to use this as a big political issue here in 2022 and in 24 But we also had inflation still up more than 8% When it comes down to it our people really going to respond to the abortion issue more so than their pocketbooks Well we don't know And you say they want this but actually most Democrats wanted to roe V wade to stay intact but since that's likely not going to happen it is in the political realm What we've seen historically is the people who are opposed to abortion feel strongly about this issue all the time And those who are support abortion rights their intensity on this issue comes and goes And so the calculation is now that the stakes are really clear Those abortion rights supporters will come out in force.

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:40 min | 3 months ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on WTOP

"Senate has fallen far short of that vote this week toward enshrining roe versus wade abortion access into federal law This week's 51 to 49 final tally was almost a long party lines West Virginia democratic senator Joe Manchin voted with Republicans This roll call promises to be the first of several efforts in Congress to preserve the nearly 50 year old court ruling This morning Liz landers chief political correspondent for vice news of the outcome of the vote this week and what it could mean for the upcoming midterms I think that this was a show vote for the Democrats They did want to get everyone on the record and including one of their own members Senator Joe Manchin is a Democrat and he voted against this bill and that is part of the reason why it did not advance but this bill was also subject to the filibuster So they really would have needed 60 votes for this I think this is a messaging tool for Democrats right now And we heard a bit of that from the Democrats after this vote vice president Harris who's a former member of the Senate came out after this vote in toll reporters that she wants to see people Democrats people who support roe versus wade to now go out and vote and vote for candidates and lawmakers who support roe versus wade and who support a woman's right to an abortion So I think that this is really a rallying cry that we're going to hear from Democrats leading up to the November midterms whether this remains in the forefront for voters I think it's kind of a different question Politico was reporting the justices will meet for the first time since that draft was leaked and possibly to the shock of some there have been no new drafts of this decision What would the takeaway be here based on your reporting and those users speak with about what's going on within those hallowed halls of the Supreme Court I thought this was very interesting reporting from Politico and they've had excellent supporting on this topic So I think that this signals that right now at least it seems that the draft opinion that circulated that the public has helped see is the only draft in circulation right now I did an interview with the Georgetown law professor Victoria nurse And she said to me that she thought that there is still a possibility that the decision that leaked is not the final decision She thinks that perhaps one of the justices could change their mind So it might not even be a full sort of overturning of roe versus wade which is basically what this draft memo that leaked out indicated at this point So I do think that it is important to remind people and it's especially important to.

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:43 min | 3 months ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on WTOP

"On Thursday morning The U.S. Senate has fallen far short in that vote this week toward enshrining roe versus wade abortion access into federal law This week's 51 to 49 final tally was almost a long party lines West Virginia democratic senator Joe Manchin voted with Republicans This roll call promises to be the first of several efforts in Congress to preserve the nearly 50 year old court ruling This morning Liz landers chief political correspondent for vice news of the outcome of the vote this week and what it could mean for the upcoming midterms I think that this was a show vote for the Democrats They did want to get everyone on the record and including one of their own members Senator Joe Manchin is a Democrat and he voted against this bill and that is part of the reason why it did not advance but this bill was also subject to the filibuster So they really would have needed 60 votes for this I think this is a messaging tool for Democrats right now And we heard a bit of that from the Democrats after this vote vice president Harris who's a former member of the Senate came out after this vote and told reporters that she wants to see people Democrats people who support roe versus wade to now go out and vote and vote for candidates and lawmakers who support roe versus wade and who support a woman's right to an abortion So I think that this is really a rallying cry that we're going to hear from Democrats leading up to the November midterms whether this remains in the forefront for voters I think it's kind of a different question Politico is reporting the justices will meet for the first time since that draft was leaked and possibly to the shock of some there have been no new drafts of this decision What would the takeaway be here based on your reporting and those users speak with about what's going on within those hallowed halls of the Supreme Court I thought this was very interesting reporting from Politico and they've had excellent supporting on this topic So I think that this signals that right now at least it seems that the draft opinion that circulated that the public has now seen is the only draft in circulation right now I did an interview with a Georgetown law Professor of Victoria nurse And she said to me that she thought that there is still a possibility that the decision that leaked is not the final decision She thinks that perhaps one of the justices could change their mind So it might not even be a full sort of overturning of roe versus wade which is basically what this draft memo that leaked out indicated at this point So I do think that it is important to remind people and it's especially important to.

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on WTOP

"Morning The U.S. Senate has fallen far short in that vote this week toward in China in shrine roe versus wade abortion access into federal law This week's 51 to 49 final tally was almost a long party lines West Virginia democratic senator Joe Manchin voted with Republicans This role call promises to be the first of several efforts in Congress to preserve the nearly 50 year old court ruling This morning Liz landers chief political correspondent for vice news on the outcome of the vote this week and what it could mean for the upcoming midterms I think that this was a show vote for the Democrats They did want to get everyone on the record and including one of their own members Senator Joe Manchin is a Democrat and he voted against this bill and that is part of the reason why it did not advance but this bill was also subject to the filibuster So they really would have needed 60 votes for this I think this is a messaging tool for Democrats right now And we heard a bit of that from the Democrats after this vote vice president Harris who's a former member of the Senate came out after this vote and told reporters that she wants to see people Democrats people who support roe versus wade to now go out and vote and vote for candidates and lawmakers who support roe versus wade and who support a woman's right to an abortion So I think that this is really a rallying cry that we're going to hear from Democrats leading up to the November midterms whether this remains in the forefront for voters I think it's kind of a different question Politico is reporting the justices will meet for the first time since that draft was leaked and possibly to the shock of some there have been no new drafts of this decision What would the takeaway be here based on your reporting and those you speak with about what's going on within those hallowed halls of the Supreme Court I thought this was very interesting reporting from Politico and they've had excellent supporting on this topic So I think that this signals that right now at least it seems that the draft opinion that circulated that the public has now seen is the only draft in circulation right now I did an interview with a Georgetown law Professor of Victoria nurse And she said to me that she thought that there is still a possibility that the decision that leaked is not the final decision She thinks that perhaps one of the justices could change their mind So it might not even be a full sort of overturning of roe versus wade which is basically what this draft memo that leaked out indicated at this point So I do think that it is important to remind people and it's especially important.

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:20 min | 3 months ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on WTOP

"Senate has fallen far short in a vote toward enshrining roe V wade abortion access into federal law Today's 51 to 49 final tally was almost a long party lines West Virginia democratic senator Joe Manchin voted with the Republicans the afternoon roll call promises to be the first of several efforts in Congress to preserve the nearly 50 year old court ruling Liz landers chief political correspondent for vice news joined WTO to talk about the outcome of the vote and what it could mean for the upcoming midterms I think that this was a show vote for the Democrats They did want to get everyone on the record and including one of their own members Senator Joe Manchin is a Democrat and he voted against this bill and that is part of the reason why it did not advance but this bill was also subject to the filibuster So they really would have needed 60 votes for this I think this is a messaging tool for Democrats right now And we heard a bit of that from the Democrats after this vote vice president Harris who's a former member of the Senate came out after this vote and told reporters that she wants to see people Democrats people who support roe versus wade to now go out and vote and vote for candidates and lawmakers who support roe versus wade and who support a woman's right to an abortion So I think that this is really a rallying cry that we're going to hear from Democrats leading up to the November midterms whether this remains in the forefront for voters I think it's kind of a different question Yeah such an important point I know you've been digging into this too Liz but Politico is reporting the justices will meet for the first time tomorrow since that draft was leaked and possibly to the shock of some there have been no new drafts of this decision What would the takeaway be here based on your reporting and those you speak with about what's going on within those hallowed halls of the Supreme Court I thought this was very interesting reporting from Politico and they've had excellent reporting on this topic So I think that this signals that right now at least it seems that the draft opinion that circulated that the public has now seen is the only draft in circulation right now I did an interview with a Georgetown law Professor of Victoria nurse And she said to me that she thought that there is still a possibility that the decision that leaked is not the final decision She thinks that perhaps one of the justices could change their mind So it might not even be a full sort of overturning of roe versus wade which is basically what this draft memo that leaked out indicated at this point So I do think that it is important to remind people and it's especially important to remind people who are seeking abortion access that their right to an abortion is still not illegal in this country that this is a draft opinion And that there are some legal experts who think that things could possibly still change Liz lander's chief political correspondent for vice news and coming up on WTO will check in on game 5 between the caps and Panthers and the Nats mets game lots of runs racking up at Nats park it's 9 14 The following is a paid commercial message This is bishop Michael burbage of the Catholic ice he's of Arlington as we continue to celebrate the Easter season we are reminded that in addition to giving thanks for the triumph of our recent lord we are provided with the great gift of his mercy It is a gift that can not be acquired through purchase or one that we have to earn rather the lord's mercy is given to us freely It is there for us if only we ask in fact we have three invitations To be the recipient of his mercy to seek the lures forgiveness and to be an instrument of his mercy by forgiving those who have offended us As we continue to celebrate the resurrection with renewed faith Let us remember the words given to saint faustina and welcome the opportunity to say repeatedly Jesus I trust in you I'm Katie from long roofing Wouldn't it be great if your roof came with a fix somatic button Well it doesn't and if you have an older roof you may have a.

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DNC Chair Jaime Harrison: Not Playing Fair Is a Good Road Map

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 3 months ago

DNC Chair Jaime Harrison: Not Playing Fair Is a Good Road Map

"Because we're so awful, our side is so awful that we're not going to play fair and you got to hear the chairman of the Democrat National Committee agree with him. Let's talk about the fascists on the other side. So I hear that, but I do think there are a lot of people, because we were just talking about you and I, we consume 8 papers in the morning. We look at the minutiae of politics. And most Americans are not doing that. And there are still a lot of people who feel disconnected from the party or maybe even disappointed in the party fair or not. I want you to take a listen, we have Roland Martin on. At the beginning of the show. Brother ro ro is never shy about giving his opinion. So he had a lot to say about what he thinks Democrats should be doing. I want you to take a listen and get your thoughts. Sounds good. You've got to have president Joe Biden stop being scared of senator Joe Manchin and go make the argument in West Virginia and go to the red parts of Mississippi and Alabama and say, this is what we have done and these folks voted against it and this is how we have delivered. They've got to be willing to engage in war. You can not play fair with people who don't play fair. There are no rules. The other side has shown that they will do whatever is necessary in order to win so you've got to say America when they didn't care about you, we did. What are your thoughts? I felt like that was a good road map. Well, it is a good road map and rolling. I want you to know, I'm going to Kentucky and Arkansas. I'm going to be in Mississippi and Alabama. We're going to all across this country. The chairman of the DNC says on national television not playing fair is a good road map.

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There's No Guarantee Manchin Defects on Ketanji Brown Jackson

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 5 months ago

There's No Guarantee Manchin Defects on Ketanji Brown Jackson

"There's no guarantee that senator Joe Manchin might defect, there's no guarantee that kyrsten sinema is going to be on board with this. She isn't pro constitution. She believes in a living breathing constitution. She is a progressive. She has, I mean, listen, I don't go off the rails here and think she's some Looney Tunes, she is, she has a history of service as a judge where she has demonstrated her dedication to progressive ideology. Progressivism is destroying America. And Democrats know they can't win any of these fights. In the public arena, they can't win any of these fights legitimately. They've got to get justices, judges to function as politicians. And that's what she is. The only way they can win is through the judiciary. Where they can have radical leftist judges, rule in their favor. In order to uphold the determined march of the far left into socialism and progressivism, anti capitalism, and everything else that's tearing this country apart.

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As war in Ukraine intensifies, US gasoline hits record $4.17

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

As war in Ukraine intensifies, US gasoline hits record $4.17

"Gas prices have hit a record in the U. S. said president Biden is warning of more pain to calm at the pump after he banned Russian oil imports defending freedom is going to cost the question is how much on average a gallon now costs four dollars and seventeen cents we're certain destined for a rendezvous with four fifty to four seventy five oil analyst Tom Kloza doesn't know where it will stop like an adjustable rate mortgage that's adjusting every twelve hours West Virginia senator Joe Manchin says cutting off Russia's war funding is worth the hikes that's my contribution as United States citizens then I'm willing to pay that but in a gas station outside Washington yesterday driver Vikas Grover said that's fine in theory but he also has a family budget will be willing to pay for five dollars six dollars Sager made Donnie Washington

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Lawmakers Push to Ban Russian Oil Imports, Amid White House Resistance

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Lawmakers Push to Ban Russian Oil Imports, Amid White House Resistance

"Reporting progression all Republicans and the Democrats support holding Russian oil imports to the US lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are calling for the bike did ministration too bad U. S. imports of Russian oil as a further punishment for the invasion of Ukraine Republican senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska this is actually something that can make a difference that can get Putin's attention house speaker Nancy Pelosi agrees I'm all for that band but White House press secretary job sake told reporters Thursday that would raise prices at the gas pump for the American people to which senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia responded for the sake of of human kind this is not right and

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 5 months ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Right now is that people just don't want to touch Russian crew You can look at the price of urals which is the Russian oil or you can see what major oil majors are doing just an hour ago ExxonMobil was the latest following total excuse me following shell following BP following Ecuador to say they are ditching their assets They are leaving their ventures in Russia So the president is likely going to want to talk about this geopolitical concern that is going to hurt American consumers at the pump And it's not just the pump It's wheat aluminum palladium all these commodities play into the supply chain of the everyday products Americans buy Gasoline groceries et cetera And this is going to be his major domestic issue as he tries to frame what is going on in the foreign policy arena Yeah Emily Wilkins we're looking at a shot here of the House floor and just noted Mitt Romney senator Mitt Romney and senator Joe Manchin both having a quick word together on the floor both considered outliers in their own parties It's interesting when you consider what they have to talk about as they both go against the grain of their respective Democrat and Republican parties tonight I mean you have to say this is a 50 50 Senate And when you have a 50 50 Senate you have the centers have a lot of power Honestly Joe one thing that I'm kind of struck out here is the number of lawmakers that we are seeing in blue and yellow in honor of Ukraine and the Ukrainians who are fighting This has been a very bipartisan issue in Congress You have heard both Republicans and Democrats call for more aid to Ukraine call for the U.S. to do what it can in terms of sanctions in terms of military aid And when you see Biden come down the aisle he will be accompanied by a number of members with ties to Ukraine including Republican Victoria spartz she is from Indiana And she is the first Ukrainian Ukrainian to serve in Congress Fascinating to see as well what they're not wearing tonight Rick Davis and that's a mask For the most part members are showing up maskless after the mandate was loosened in the house We expected some would take heed to that But President Biden is apparently not going to wear a mask tonight either Can he tell the American people that we've turned the corner on COVID.

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Progressives Prod Biden to Act on Own After Manchin’s Roadblock

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 8 months ago

Progressives Prod Biden to Act on Own After Manchin’s Roadblock

"Joe Biden yesterday sat down with ABC's David Muir. Spoke about a number of issues that we're facing as we wrap up 2021. And it's a given that Biden hasn't had a very good year. I think we all can agree on that. Last week, it got worse when Joe Manchin, of course, said he was a no vote. On the bill that better plan, yet the progressives are pressing President Biden to take executive action. The progressives yesterday issued a statement. Suggesting that the president doesn't need Congress to pass his massive spending bill, that he can do it by executive order. And cut number 9 yesterday, President Biden talks with David murron ABC. About the idea that he thinks that once the American people understand what's in the Bill, they'll come around. Cut number 9. You've met with senator Joe Manchin, a number of times. You've invited him to your home in Delaware. He came to The White House a week ago. Benny's on Sunday morning cable and says, I'm a no. How does that happen? How are you not able to close the deal? Well, look, let's talk about what we have done. We have passed more major legislation than anybody in their first year ever, ever, ever, ever. I'm a guy we give up on this. I haven't given up on it. But senator Manchin's main sticking point, it would appear is that the child tax credit are you willing to take that out if it means bringing him on board? Well, look, I want to get as much as I can possibly get done. As much as we can possibly have done, I still think we'll be able to get a significant amount of what we need to get done done. Particularly as the American people figure out what is in this legislation. Well, don't you think that's part of the problem? Mister president is that the American people have figured out what's in the legislation.

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Joe Biden Sits Down With ABC's David Muir for Lackluster Interview

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:28 min | 8 months ago

Joe Biden Sits Down With ABC's David Muir for Lackluster Interview

"Biden sat down with ABC's David Muir yesterday to talk about a myriad of various topics. You know, Biden has promised to sit down with reporters on a more frequent basis, as he's come under a lot of criticism for not being out front for not being willing to sit down with members of the media and ask her questions. Yesterday I spoke about issues that our nation is facing about things that have come about just in the last few weeks, particularly the Biden response to this new omicron variant of the COVID virus. Biden has not had a good year to say the least. Just last week he was dealt a pretty big blow when Joe Manchin announced he would not be supporting Bill back better. This was a key piece of legislation for Joe Biden. In stalking with David Mary yesterday, that of course came up, David Muir was very pointed and asked the president if he was disappointed and to explain. Why he was not able to sell a member of his own party, Joe Manchin, on the ideal build back better. Why this was not important for the American people. And cut number 9 a Biden says, hey, it's not over yet. He seemed optimistic that there was still hope that he could bring Joe Manchin around, got number 9. You've met with senator Joe Manchin, a number of times. He invited him to your home in Delaware. He came to The White House a week ago. Then he's on Sunday morning cable and says, I'm a no. How does that happen? How are you not able to close the deal? Well, look, let's talk about what we have done. We have passed more major legislation than anybody in their first year ever, ever, ever, ever. I've got to be given up on this. I haven't given up on it. But senator Manchin's main sticking point, it would appear is that the child tax credit are you willing to take that out if it means bringing him on board? Well, look, I want to get as much as I can possibly get done. As much as we can possibly, then I still think we'll be able to get a significant amount of what we need to get done done. Particularly as the American people figure out what is in this legislation. Is it that part of the problem that the American people kind of know what's in this 2000 page spending bill? Is it that the problem, mister president? We do know what's in there. That's why we do not support it.

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Democrats Are Furious as Senator Joe Manchin Threatens to Sink Biden's Big Bill

The Larry Elder Show

01:44 min | 8 months ago

Democrats Are Furious as Senator Joe Manchin Threatens to Sink Biden's Big Bill

"Over the failure of Joe Manchin to go along with so called build back better I mean, some of the things they're saying about this man. Bernie Sanders says he doesn't have quote the guts to stand up to powerful special interests, close quote. Remember Bernie Sanders is a self described socialist. Ayanna Presley, one quarter of the squad. Said he is obstructing the president's agenda. He is obstructing the people's agenda. He's never negotiated in good faith. Congressman Bill Lloyd doggett, he is a Democrat from Texas. Quote, the Grinch just stole Christmas for many, and don't expect any last minute Dr. Seuss happy ending. After 6 months of talking and talking, Joe Manchin finally made it unequivocal on Fox News, of course. He's with the Republicans. Again, I appreciate the fact that some independence and sane Democrats listen to my show. Again, according to the congressional budget office, that Joe Biden once called the gold standard. The bill would add nearly $3 trillion to deficits over ten years. It would cost close to 5 trillion dollars. T is in tyrannosaurus. And it never, ever, ever occurs to them that may be just maybe the Republicans? Might be onto something. That if we pass this

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Sen. Joe Manchin Is Concerned Over Inflation With 'Build Back Better' Bill

Mark Levin

00:57 sec | 8 months ago

Sen. Joe Manchin Is Concerned Over Inflation With 'Build Back Better' Bill

"According to statements from senator Joe Manchin he has significant concerns about the bill further driving and inflationary spiral which respected economists identified as a likely outcome if it were to pass Of no the congressional budget offices state of the plan would have $3 trillion to the federal debt over the next ten years Senator Manchin understands that inflation is the cruelest tax And the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce has said that businesses in the state are being crushed by inflation And that yes this would add to inflation No doubt about it The inflation that you and I are dealing with but everybody's dealing with the west virginians are dealing with too So the point being what a lost art for somebody to stand up and say I'm going to do what's best for my state I'm going to do what's best for my people that elected me and sent me to Washington What a lost art that is

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West Virginia Chamber of Commerce Strongly Supports Sen. Joe Manchin's Stance

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 8 months ago

West Virginia Chamber of Commerce Strongly Supports Sen. Joe Manchin's Stance

"The West Virginia Chamber of Commerce came out in strong support of senator Joe Manchin's declaration He will not support the build back better act They said recent polling reveals a large majority of West Virginia voters oppose certain aspects of the bill And the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce has identified the plan as a tax regulate and spend plan And they did a town how they did town hall meetings Tell the town halls with thousands of west virginians who had the opportunity to speak and ask questions and they said not one person who spoke Want to build back better to pass not one West Virginia chamber president Steve Roberts said quote senator Manchin has made the best possible decision for our state and nation The bill specifically hurts our West Virginia energy production and pointedly raises taxes on natural gas which is vital to our well-being And it's an important ingredient in many manufacturing processes The Bill favorite out of state auto and truck manufacturers and hurt our own in state producers It seriously undermined our child care services and specifically negatively targeted the church based providers who gave us 53% of our nation's child care services Now I want you to contrast that with what one of the senators from a state of Pennsylvania did The lesser Casey bob Casey which sleepy Casey did and this guy is always asleep Is he supported this bill even though the very things that hurt West Virginia hurt Pennsylvania too I mean think about it The bill this bill build back better hurts West Virginia's energy production raising taxes on natural gas Does the same thing in Pennsylvania and yet Casey was for it Why Because he's not an advocate for Pennsylvania He's an advocate for the Democrats He's an advocate for liberalism progressivism And what his party wants he's not an advocate for his state If he was he'd be

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Senator Joe Manchin Threatens to Sink Signature Biden Bill

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:56 sec | 8 months ago

Senator Joe Manchin Threatens to Sink Signature Biden Bill

"This weekend, I think it was a surprise for Democrats and for the president when they heard senator mansion go through the three reasons why he couldn't vote for this bill. I still have these concerns and where I'm at right now, the inflation that I was concerned about, it's not transitory. It's real. It's harming every West Virginia. It's making almost difficult for them to continue to go to their jobs, the cost of gasoline, the cost of groceries. The cost of utility bills, all of these things are hitting in every aspect of their life. And you start looking and then you have the debt that we're carrying at $29 trillion. You have also the geopolitical unrest that we have. You have the COVID. The COVID variant, and that is wreaking havoc again, people are concerned. I've been with my family. I know everyone's concerned. I've always said this, Brett. If I can't go home and explain it to the people of West Virginia, I can't vote for it.

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hector with this Bloomberg radio business flash so will others follow Goldman Sachs and cutting U.S. growth This after senator Joe Manchin rejected President Biden's key economic Bill that's one of the stories that we're watching U.S. features are now down 1.3% But here in Europe the focus is on overcrowd cases additional restrictions being brought in across Europe to varying degrees The UK is in a very tough spot with some of the highest coronavirus infections in Europe and yet the government court because so many MPs are against additional restrictions U.S. stocks 50 futures are currently down 2.4% The other major story is the continued crisis for the Turkish lira president recited Erdoğan pledging to continue interest rate cuts the lyric is the world's worst performing currency in the last three months and yet the president in turkey sticks to that idea of interest rate cuts and that sees the Turkish lira currently down by 5.8% both against the Euro and the dollars of the spot price at 1743 now also oil prices are down 3.4% of its Thai food features at $68 41 the concerns around oma corn hitting global growth at as for bond markets U.S. yields are down by four basis points at one spot three 6 8 Germany's negative 39 basis points also are heading lower down by one and a half basis points That's a pretty big idea business flash on his with more on what's going on around the world's panel Hi Caroline and thank you Labor is demanding what are called the true doctor Boris Johnson was pictured seemingly socializing.

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Joe Manchin Tells Associates He’s Considering Leaving the Democratic Party

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Joe Manchin Tells Associates He’s Considering Leaving the Democratic Party

"Headline, scoop, mother Jones, in recent days, senator Joe Manchin told associates, he's considering leaving the Democratic Party if President Biden and Democrats on the hill don't agree to his demand to cut the size of the social infrastructure Bill from 3.5 trillion to 1.75 trillion, according to people who have heard mansion discuss this. He said if he were to, if this were to happen, he would declare himself an American independent. And he has an exit strategy. So follow that, who knows if that reporting is correct, but you

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Biden picks ex-FDA chief Robert Califf to again lead agency

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Biden picks ex-FDA chief Robert Califf to again lead agency

"President Biden has picked an old hand to again lead the food and drug administration the president's nominee the doctor Robert Calif for FDA commissioner a post he held in the Obama administration's final year the agency's been without a permanent chief for months the president says it's mission critical to have a steady hand guiding the FDA as it deals with cold in nineteen backseat authorization and all other issues noting Calif is a leading clinical trial specialist but his first into the FDA was dominated by controversies including surging opioid addiction West Virginia senator Joe Manchin says keyless nomination is an insult to families in his state whose lives have been ravaged by addiction and says he will not vote for Calif Sager or may god he at the White House

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on WJR 760

"However, Senator Joe Manchin hasn't committed to it, saying he's paying close attention to how the plan would be paid for. We have a dead 20 have treated knowledge right now. Republicans opposed at all is too much spending but can't block it in the Senate. Disney star Olivia Rodrigo went to the White House urging younger Americans to get covid vaccine shots. It's important to have conversations Three times over 30 K in the past week, which hasn't happened in two months. America's listening to Fox News tell you Jr Traffic and weather First. This report is sponsored by Compassion International for Kids in Poverty Around the world. Things are still desperate, Joint Compassion International with your one time $40 gift to provide a covid relief kit to a family and poverty text the word Give 283393 that's give 283393 Good Thursday morning. An update on that situation along 75 North Bong and South found at least one lane is open in each direction, so that is a great lose 75. Only the right lane is open due to that earlier tanker fire and the same story on the flip side, southbound 75 between crooks in Rochester Road. That right? Lane is.

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Can. It's brad you being here tonight being out of jail. I'm very good this year. But i never thought i'd be the day i would give out more brands autographs. Dick gregory was the hottest edgy comedian of the early nineteen sixties. Dick gregory was one of the greatest political comedians to ever live the sacrifices he made on necessarily required every artist but the they are very special people. Every few generations will blessed with the are willing to do that. And when you see these people you should give me a love and respect pretending to whatever extent you can and try to recognize that. They're doing something very difficult for the benefit of all of us. He said a very high bar. The new documentary the one and only dick. Gregory is filled with all expressed by the greatest comedians of our time. Chris rock dave. Chapelle wanda sykes kevin hart and many others ended his filled with the history of the civil rights movement and the struggle for voting rights in this country we have seen many entertainers lend their voices in their time and their money to social justice crusades but we have seen only one completely give up show business and dedicate himself to the movement. That is what dick gregory did. After his dear friend medgar evers was assassinated in his driveway in jackson mississippi when arrived home one night. Dick gregory never worried about money but he knew what the loss of show business income would mean to his growing family and so he turned as he always did in moments of doubt to his wife. Lillian called.

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Biden. Because he gets things done and polls show. They only support the biden infrastructure. Bill and now the moment of truth seems to be arriving about how to get that done maria. Teresa kumar eugene. Robinson will join us next on. What's ahead for the biden agenda. Prison biden has arrived back from his first foreign trip and has landed in the middle of washington's moment of truth about what is really possible for the biden agenda in congress. Sixty eight percent of americans support the biden infrastructure. Bill but it seems at the moment less than fifty percent of the senate supports the biden approach as of tonight. Moderate senate democrats met with chuck schumer today to discuss their bipartisan compromise on infrastructure. Chuck schumer and budget twenty chairman bernie. Sanders are preparing version of the infrastructure. Bill that could be done with democrats only in the budget reconciliation process. Meanwhile the clock is ticking on available legislative time on the senate floor with the senate scheduled to be in. Its traditional summer recess for the month of august joining us now is eugene robinson associate editor and pulitzer prize winning columnist for the washington post. He's msnbc political analysts also with us maria teresa kamarck president and ceo of voto latino an msnbc contributor. And jean Let me begin with you because you know august is coming as ever in washington does and The lines get shorter for anything. You might be standing in line for because congress has departed and so these days are are ticking down and of course when we say moment of truth in washington. What we mean is season of truth. You know maybe four to six weeks here where we figure out what's really happening with the biden agenda right and and when we say season of truth we say four to six weeks and it could be. It could look like nothing happens for two weeks. And then everything has to happen in. Yes or day.

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"First of all. I think mitch. Mcconnell is really going to rue the day that he decided to play politics. Deny the commission to investigate your I think that for joe manchin of some other democrats in center really was a forcing function. So i don't think joe mansion would put this out today as an empty gesture. How much of this is coordinating with schumer. I don't know of by census. There's a chess. A chess moves. That are now in motion and i think of it and you know the fact of the matter is this is a very good proposal today. It doesn't have everything everyone would like or in terms of protecting democracy making it easier to vote extending early vote There's a lot of really solid proposals years. Which is why everybody from colin Abrams supporting it. So my guess is that there's a plan here and i think at the end of the day. Is you know of arts when people have said they opposed to solving So joe mansions case. He's opposed to the for the people act as opposed to fillibuster reform. But now we know he's showing a little openness with there's got to be an exit ramp. And i think the exit ramp for cinema imagine is with the republicans are doing all over the country. They're not hiding what they're doing. They're not only trying to make it harder to register vote. They don't wanna change gets decides who gets decided wins elections. Give that power to state legislatures. So i think what they can say. We didn't want to do this. But we were forced to do it. Because the republicans clearly have their aims on harming if not ending our democracy. So i think that the the opening act to the play was really. Today i'm excited to see what happens next week. Dude plus you have that combination of experience that i could listen to all night. Expertise in presidential campaigning and expertise in governing in the obama white house. Thank you very much for joining us again. Tonight and coming up polls show. Voters.

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Senator Joe Manchin says he had a good and respectful conversation with black civil rights leaders about the path forward for a voting rights bill, the AKP said after the phone call, the groups are focused on finding common ground with Senator Manchin and with other lawmakers to pass federal legislation. Shows the ABC News Washington the White House, signaling that it is moving on from negotiations with Republicans when it comes to the infrastructure bill that according to an administrative source, also adding that the president will now turn his focus to engaging with a bipartisan group of senators to Try and find a deal a group that they welcome Senator Capital to join an Illinois man from Kennel Worth, Illinois north of Chicago, arrested today on federal charges related to the U. S Capitol siege. The FBI, meantime, created an online messaging app that criminals used to plan and move drugs worldwide. Well, criminals around the world thought they were communicating only with themselves the encrypted devices they were using. We're actually sending copies of everything they wrote to the FBI. Because the FBI built the communications platform and shut down other platforms to funnel more criminals are way. The FBI's Suzanne Turner. The users were upper echelon command in control of over 300 transnational criminal organizations. In the past, 48 hours over 500 people have been arrested around the world like stone. ABC airs after more than 600,000 deaths, the US seeing a turnaround in cases, the CDC says covid cases are down 94% since January. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station, You station Katya, Our on Air 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the T A R news app. You're breaking news and traffic. Now it's 202. Good afternoon. I'm Becky Lynn. And here is our top story. Arizona votes. Maricopa County voters are switching affiliation to other as opposed to jumping from one major political party to another 2 to 1. Moderates aren't the only ones leaving their parties. You've also got hardcore Republicans that don't like the direction of the Republican Party. You've got Democrats who aren't in line with Biden's brand of politics. And maybe Think they don't go far enough. Sally political consultant Emily Ryan, an issue civic education professor, Luc Perez says, say that we could blame the November election and the audit. But the Republicans may not be fearful with the Republican Party is doing this appeasing the current hard right base in such a way that doesn't turn off new voters or doesn't dissuade them from trying to recruit new ones. The recorder's office reports. 21,000 changes out of 2.6 million registered voters since March three times, including a Forensic on it. It's been determined to be clean as governor, Doug Ducey in an exclusive interview with our Mike Broom head, saying that the 2020 election in Arizona has been audited previously, and that Arizona's are more focused on the future. As it pertains to the 2022 election. Ducey says Republicans in the state should be judged on what they accomplished for the state between now And the election, ma'am. A few weeks ago, Ktrs Olive Aetna brought you the exclusive story of a 22 month old boy who was miraculously.

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"senator joe manchin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"senator joe manchin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Democratic senator Joe Manchin over the long days and nights of this trial I have listened to both sides present their case and answer our questions I remain undecided on how I will vote America's listening for fox now here's your storm team ten forecast it'll see predominantly overcast skies today with an isolated shower possible mainly before noon temperatures head into the middle and upper forties tonight temperatures fall into the middle thirties as an isolated shower or mix kicks out mostly cloudy with a spotty shower Wednesday highs in the low forties I'm from team ten meteorologist Christina earning on newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM low wage all to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk toll free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use Skype name George nine seven three one three seven Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with George Noory on our next coast to coast program pharmacist Ben Fuchs joins us for a couple hours from critical health news dot com it will take your calls to get ready for that then Jeffrey Dorsey joins us to talk about healing agenda in the New Testament should be fascinated make sure you're part of the program beyond belief that's our television program and you can watch some free.

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