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California State Rep. Ro Khanna: 'The Border Is Secure'

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 2 weeks ago

California State Rep. Ro Khanna: 'The Border Is Secure'

"Representative ro Khanna Democrat California represents Silicon Valley What about this border as John right By the way John Roberts is a great reporter That whole team is terrific Just terrific Cut 12 go Is the border secure I recognize their voices Senator Manchin and representing queer Look I think we can do more to secure the border but what that looks like It's secure but we can make it secure I'm sorry congressman how is it secure when 2.35 million people by the 31st of this month will have come across the border illegally Well there are more border agents down there in my view by the numbers than we're even there under president Obama or president Bush So but why is it not secure Let's have an honest conversation One of the reasons is you have employers here saying come come work for us Congressman congressman You have employers who say that doesn't answer the question Why don't you have a wall up there and why isn't the wall Built and why isn't the border secure

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"senator manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:09 min | Last month

"senator manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sullivan from Bloomberg radio. Well, our next guest we last caught up with back in June and so much has happened since then, including key tax climate and healthcare policies, which Democrats call the largest investment in fighting climate change ever made in the United States. Shares in the alternative energy space rallied on the news this week that includes the stock of plug power which is up more than a 100% since mid may. Andy marsh is the president and CEO plug power and Bloomberg markets Mike Regan and I talked with him about the potential impact of new congressional climate and alternative energy initiatives. We began though with the company's earnings release out this past week. The market was excited about plug for a few reasons. We have an electrolyzer business which takes green electricity to produce green hydrogen before even the announcements of the production tax credit for green hydrogen. We have seen bookings 50% higher for the year and we expected for the full year. We've done 1.5 gigawatts that excite the market. I think the second item that excites the market is that our path to $3 billion in 2025 and 17% OI, even becomes brighter when you include the production tax credit that was passed. And I think on top of that, we were able to reiterate guidance for this year. And I think that made investors comfortable with the direction of the company's taken. Andy, I wonder, is there any visibility on when you think plug power will turn to profitability, either on a quarterly annual basis next few years or any sense on that? Sure. Our CFO is very clear in pronouncing that the company would be profitable in 2024. What's the take to get there? What is it just a matter of reducing R&D? And that sort of thing, and seeing some of these projects just start to bring in the revenue? I would never reduce R&D. This industry is just starting, Mike. Yes. We're coming from is to build out of our green hydrogen network across United States. We have first mover advantage will have 500 times deployed per day by 2025 in the states, 70 tons by the end of this year. It dramatically impacts our cost of fuel, which really is one of the big items in keeping us from being profitable. And we're becoming vertically integrated to make sure that we're providing it to ourselves cost effectively. And that's really one of the big items that changes our income statement. In terms of hydrogen and how much does it continue to be a part of our energy society? Hydrogen orderly and Carol these are not my numbers. These are numbers like your organization, Bloomberg that thinks it will be 20% of world synergy by 20 by 2050. It's growing from growing from now. If you take a look at Walmart, where we announced a 30 tons per day green hydrogen agreement, with them, that is helping them in their path to reduce their carbon footprint by one gigaton. So the real work is happening now and certainly the bill that senator Schumer and senator Manchin were instrumental in having passed will just accelerate this move in the world to agree to economy. Andy, I wanted to ask you about that. How does hydrogen in general and plug powers specifically sort of fit into this inflation reduction act, which has so many perks for green energy. And on top of that, is there a risk in the midterms of some of that being undone? Well, I think that I'm going to answer your last question first. When there was an investment tax credit for fuel cells, actually the house built had more Republican cosigners and Democrat cosigners. I've met with people like senator Cassidy from Louisiana. They are strong supporters of hydrogen. This act that book it's obviously center Schumer mansion who are both huge supporters has a $3 production tax credit for green hydrogen, which makes hydrogen from green sources competitive with any other form of hydrogen. It's a big deal because the market for hydrogen is large today from natural gas. Now we're lower costs and competitive with natural gas hydrogen today. It helps our electrolyzer business. It helps our fuel cell business because it will be able to drive all sorts of applications like the backup power system we developed for Microsoft, which makes fuel cost effective with today's diesel. In green hydrogen, I mean, just remind everybody you're using it, but this is hydrogen power that's generated by renewables, right? Whether it's win, whether it's solar. Or hydropower. I mean, one of my favorite plants is the one we're building in New York and just like George Westinghouse built the first electrical network using Niagara Falls power. We're using Niagara Falls, power to create green hydrogen. What is the biggest thing that's holding back green hydrogen right now? Well, I think the biggest first, I think the Senate will be the big accelerator for this market. And I think they put us in a position where green hydrogen will now be cost competitive. And it's our responsibility to make sure that we leverage this time like they did in solar and wind so that the cost of green hydrogen will always be lower with or without government support in the long run. Andy, it's interesting in addition to the top line and bottom line of your company, which is obviously very important, but we've also got a planet to consider here, and I'm wondering, you know, how optimistic are you about everything that's been done by Congress and about the future of the hydrogen power industry to really help save the world, help reduce this climate damage that is really starting to come to roost now with all these weather anomalies and everything. Is there a reason to be optimistic about the climate going forward giving all these developments this year? Absolutely, Mike, let me tell you, I worked in wireless in 1983 when nobody knew what wireless was. And I've seen creation of industries. And this bill by Congress is good for the national security of the United States. It's good for climate change is good for creating jobs and it will create momentum with customers like Amazon who want to be carbon. We're looking to be carbon neutral by 2040. It's good for customers

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Sen. John Kennedy: It Takes a Special Kind of Stupid to Raise Taxes

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 2 months ago

Sen. John Kennedy: It Takes a Special Kind of Stupid to Raise Taxes

"U.S. Senate over the weekend, senator John Kennedy. It takes a special comp stupid in my judgment to raise taxes during both a recession and inflation. That's called stagflation, which is what we have right now as a result of President Biden's policies. Look, I'm not saying that senator Manchin intentionally wants to hurt people. I'm not saying that he intentionally wants to have even more people living in a tent behind Whataburger. But that's going to be the result of this bill. I hope I'm wrong. But I think I'm right. This bill is here one moronic. Man, I love that guy. And when you think we don't have enough clarity in the Republican Party, you remember folks like him. 12% of Americans think the Democrat inflation reduction act will reduce inflation and what blows my mind is Joe Manchin's promise that he would never hurt his constituents or the American people with a tax increase and economic pain. By going along with this boneheaded scheme.

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Caller: Why Don't We Make Arbor Day an International Holiday?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:09 min | 2 months ago

Caller: Why Don't We Make Arbor Day an International Holiday?

"I was just wondering, why do we not make arbor day a world holiday? Where everybody across the world goes out and plants a tree, we're so worried about carbon emissions, we understand that trees give off life breathing, oxygen, and they absorb carbon. Worldwide holiday. Whether there's a lot of, there's a lot of things Mike that we could do other than some of the reckless spending on some of these energy plans that are built into this deal that Joe Manchin has decided he's suddenly going to support. Senator Manchin talks about the energy aspect of this. Now, what he should recognize is that these same Democrats that he has caved to will come after the coal industry in his home state of West Virginia.

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Pat Toomey: 'Inflation Reduction Act' Offers No Corresponding Benefit

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Pat Toomey: 'Inflation Reduction Act' Offers No Corresponding Benefit

"Senator to me though says in cut number three that he was taken to the cleaners, I'd have to agree. Cut number three. Well, it's going to make inflation worse, actually. So they've got a big corporate tax increase that's going to probably make this recession that we're in worse. All of this spending is unnecessary. It's going to exacerbate inflation. It is not going to reduce the deficit. And what did senator Manchin get for us? Look, I'm a big fan of Joe Manchin. We are Friends as he said, and I like Joe very much. But I think he got taken to the cleaners. He's agreeing to all this bad policy in return for which he's been promised that there's going to be some kind of pro energy infrastructure Bill sometime in the future. Well, first of all, I thought we did that in the infrastructure Bill. Secondly, what is the text? But most importantly, why isn't that in this bill? And the answer is because Democrats don't support it. So this is going to do a lot of harm and there's not going to be a corresponding benefit. There's going to be no benefit whatsoever.

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The Democrats' Inflation Reduction Act Isn't Reducing Anything

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:40 min | 2 months ago

The Democrats' Inflation Reduction Act Isn't Reducing Anything

"What is really sort of floating the democratic vote here is not the polling data. It is the notion instead that somehow spending more money is going to fix this. So they are all hot and bothered. Very, very hot on the idea that this quote unquote inflation reduction act is going to fix all of their problems. So what exactly happened here? There's a giant Bill. We are talking about hundreds of billions of dollars in spending. Joe Manchin, who had been concerned about both deficits and inflation. He said that he was not going to sign on to build back better. But now he's signing on to this. So why exactly is he signing on to this inflation reduction act? And what exactly is the inflation reduction act in the first place? Well, first of all, it's another one of these misnamed acts. So Democrats come up with names for the acts that really have nothing to do with the content of the act. Build back better, had nothing to do with the actual infrastructure. Inflation reduction has nothing to do with actual inflation reduction. In fact, according to heritage and Matthew Dickerson, who's the director of the federal budget at the heritage foundation, he says after more than a year of expressing his concerns about the inflation of impact, the impact of inflation. Senator Manchin has signed off on a massive tax and spending bill that would only push prices for working families even higher. Biden's $1.9 trillion American rescue plan, a stimulus spending bill in March 2021 was the match that lit the inflationary fire. Well, now they're back for more. The so called inflation reduction act of 2022 only would add to the inflationary pain families are already feeling thanks to hundreds of billions in new government spending and job destroying tax hikes. The legislation's proponents argue that over the next year the bill is higher taxes would offset new spending. And it's true that recent massive federal deficits financed by the Federal Reserve and driven by excessive government spending have resulted in crippling inflation, but the inflation reduction act doubles down on the same bad fiscal policy that has caused inflation in the first place.

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The Schumer-Manchin Tax Increase on Everyone

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:47 min | 2 months ago

The Schumer-Manchin Tax Increase on Everyone

"Meanwhile, The Wall Street Journal this money has an editorial. The Schumer mansion tax increase on everyone. Majority leader Chuck Schumer wants a Senate vote on his partisan tax deal with Joe Manchin as early as this week. And no wonder he wants to rush it through. The more Americans learn about it and what's in this tax and spend behemoth, the more they will dislike it. Start with the author's central claim that the bill reduced the deficit and thus inflation. The pen Wharton budget model, which senator Manchin has been known to watch, examine the details of the shimmer and Manchin Bill and found it doesn't contain any net deficit reduction until 2027. Quote the impact on inflation is statistically indistinguishable from zero through 2031 says the Penn Wharton modelers. We don't agree with those who think deficit reduction leads in a straight line to lower inflation, but that's what the Democrats claim for their bill. If the first deficit reduction doesn't come for 5 years, where's the help on inflation today? The 200 and 327 billion in new taxes could slow inflation at the economy falls into recession. And that may be the quiet expectation the journal continues. The tax increases on business will discourage investment while the Federal Reserve is also raising business costs with higher interest rates. But tax policy should be working in the opposite direction to encourage investment when the fed is tightening in the economy as close to recession. Evidence is emerging that the new shimmer mansion 15% minimum tax on corporate book income is especially harmful to U.S. manufacturing firms. And analysis by Congress's joint committee on taxation, hardly a nest of supply ciders, found that 49.7% of the tax would hit U.S. manufacturers.

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"senator manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Limited to curbing pharmaceutical prices and extending federal subsidies for buying healthcare coverage. It's not the first time senator Manchin has 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 house is making its first attempt at responding to the Supreme Court overturning roe V wade, the house is expected to vote on two bills that would restore and guarantee abortion access nationwide. However, the legislation coming to the floor today stands almost no chance of becoming law with support lacking in the 50 50 Senate. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios, this is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr, and this is Bloomberg. With the Bloomberg business of sports report, I'm Michael Barr. Molson Coors beverage maker of Coors light and Miller lite beer bought a 32nd spot to air nationally on Fox during the Super Bowl next year. The company says they are becoming the first new beer sponsor on America's most watched sporting event in more than three decades. Molson got the chance after rival Anheuser Busch InBev said in June, it would end its exclusive deal with the game, a position it's held since 1989. Major League Baseball and MGM Resorts International have announced they have renewed their partnership and expanded with a multiyear deal that MGM will continue to be an official sports betting partner of MLB. It will be marketing its brand and gaming options across a variety of league and team platforms that includes MLB network and will be dot com and the portfolio of MLB apps. And that's a Bloomberg business of sports report. I'm Michael Barr

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The U.S. Will Provide $200 Million in Military Aid to Ukraine Amid Crisis

The Trish Regan Show

01:39 min | 9 months ago

The U.S. Will Provide $200 Million in Military Aid to Ukraine Amid Crisis

"So get your membership, support your values, get your members should get the benefits and do a good thing for yourself and other seniors. I want you to go to amac dot U.S. slash Regan for your membership. You'll get a special deal there. Again, go to amac U.S. slash Regan to become an apec member. Now, it's important. I mean, they've got all kinds of things, as I mentioned, they're going to be trying to get through this filibuster, drop the filibuster anyway, right? That's part of the idea tonight with the talking filibuster. Look, senator Manchin and kyrsten sinema, senator sinema. They've indicated they're not budging on it. And yet, these guys keep coming back and coming back and coming back. I guess they want to be able to say to their voters, what we tried, we tried and in order to really be able to do something we need to have control, we need to have control of the Senate. If they have control of the Senate, we are all going to be up a creek without a paddle. All right, I want to turn to what's going on in Ukraine right now because this increasingly is becoming really quite an issue. We saw Afghanistan as a disaster now. Ukraine is carrying on in that way. In fact, we just got word today that the U.S. is delivering military aid military aid to Ukraine as Russia continues to have all these security demands. Of course, Russia, from their perspective, right if you're in Russia, they don't really like that Ukraine is right there with NATO and not such a friend. And so they feel vulnerable as a result, and to be like, you know, if we had Chinese troops or Russian troops right there in Canada,

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Manchin Reiterates That He Won't Support Enhanced Child Tax Credit

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:06 min | 9 months ago

Manchin Reiterates That He Won't Support Enhanced Child Tax Credit

"Let's go back to Joe Manchin in the hallway talking about build back better. Cut number 11. Well, I mean, we'll have to see what their desires are and what the priorities right now. They feel very strongly about that. And I respect that. I just had a different opinion. And we don't have. To do some of the things that's been proposed takes more of a majority than what we have. We have no majority of 50 50 with one being the vice president making to the siding vote. And I think we have to take that in consideration we have our caucus is pretty goes from one end of the spectrum to the other. And I'm sure they understand that. That's a long way of saying what he said rather compactly here. Cut number 12. There's been no conversations after I meet my statement. I think it's basically and I was very clear. I feel as strongly today as I did then that the unknown was a COVID. Here we are. We can't even go out to live on it. 95 and 95, we all see all of you do. And so there's different concerns that we have right now that we haven't had for a while. So that's a concern. Inflation still the concern is still over 6%. And the geopolitical unrest that we have and I think the president's been doing his job trying to talk to Putin and calm things down to let him know where we are. So these are all challenges, guys, and this is all expensive challenges. So that's where Jake on that. We have been in the conversation. The sadder on DVD on the child's hacks. Are you a hard no on ensuring that supporting the child tax credit is still there as I'm understanding? Basically. Income tax obligations to get the expanded credit or your partner on that senator Manchin? I've been basically very clear on that. I think there should be a work requirement. And that means you file a ten 99. So a ten 99 if you're going to call it a credit, you have to see if you have a liability or not. The only way the IRS would know that and she filed ten 99. So I've been very, I think, very direct on that. He had been very direct on a lot of things, including the fact that it ain't working. It ain't

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"senator manchin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:06 min | 10 months ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on WTOP

"And people needing to prove that their virus free for travel or for work CBS News chief Washington correspondent major Garrett who also hosts the takeaway and the debrief podcast discussed it with Sean and Hillary You have to ask yourself two months ago could this administration have anticipated Omar No not exactly but could have anticipated a couple of things Lots of people traveling and probably the need to be tested in order to make that travel more doable and safer and with greater confidence The answer to that is yes And what Jen Psaki fell back onto Well we did know overcome would be as transmissible and we did beef up testing capacity and then it sort of ends because what we find is what you said in the lead in Americans want tests they can't find them at their drug stores If they look for a PCR test done by a medical professionals either the lines are long or they're unavailable with a really really costly and there's a gap between need and availability And this administration made a lot of bold promises in the summer heading into the fall that it had most of these things under control This one it doesn't Okay let's talk about the man who has the power and the Senate these days major and that is West Virginia's Joe Manchin He said no to the president's build back better plan A lot of people said it was dead but nothing's over till it's over What do you see down the pike on this Well the Republican have to rename it build back alternative or something like that It's built back better as passed by the House is not going to be the legislation passed by the Senate And we should always remind ourselves that whatever the Senate passed wasn't going to be the House bill in the first place even if Manchin had gotten on board and they were going to have to compromise on that So there was still a long way to go even if senator Manchin had agreed to a Senate process that looked like the house one Now that's all over And basically The White House said we're going to negotiate for a couple three weeks Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer who believes he's actually the most powerful person in Senate but probably isn't I said we're going to have votes in January and see where everyone stands Well if you're having votes in January to see where everyone stands that means you're not negotiating anymore So this is in a really ticklish place The White House doesn't know how to describe what's going on doesn't want to talk about how often or infrequently the president and senator Manchin are talking and doesn't really know about what specifics it can get through to meet senator Manchin's satisfaction So not dead in the water but definitely drifting and drifting ever lower in the water I think it's a fair characterization That is CBS News Chief Washington correspondent major Garrett One 14 Virginia has got a flooding problem That's behind a move by governor Ralph northam to battle the rising water Weeks before he leaves office northam will be doling out 24 and a half $1 million in grants some of that money coming to our area Alexandria for instance getting $3 million to improve the often flooded waterfront area the money coming from the Commonwealth flood community rather The Commonwealth community flood preparedness fund just to head on WT the wizard hit New York without Bradley Beal the result and more with Ben raby next it is one 14 I think it's just vapor.

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"senator manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:02 min | 10 months ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Your thinking on this bill I certainly prized chairman yarmouth's words on that We know that the child tax credit which is really a tax cut It's not a gift It's a tax cut for working families is making an extraordinary difference in the lives of working families We know that it's bringing 30 40% of children out of poverty which means it's bringing them out of hunger which means it's bringing their families out of hunger I am very disappointed with the suggest suggestion by senator Manchin for any kind of means testing also some of the reporting that perhaps you read that mister Manchin said to his colleagues that he worried that families receiving the child tax credit would spend money on drugs I find that offensive and bigoted And so I hope none of our policy making is driven by those kinds of decisions After all I wonder did the senator ask the same thing or have the same cynicism about the very wealthy when they received their tax credits Were they possibly using it for drugs That's not the way to drive policy the way to drive policy is for the many And not for the few Congressman I also wanted to ask you a little bit One thing that was discussed a lot before the pandemic but since hasn't gotten a lot of attention is the opioid epidemic Records were hit this year in the number of drug overdoses and congresswoman I know that this is an issue that is very close to you and your family Is there enough that's being done right now by the federal government to address the opioid epidemic No not enough When we have in a single 12 month period during COVID a 100,000 Americans did from overdose A 100,000 that's 275 people a day Families being devastated by the loss of someone to addiction It's a disease of addiction So now we are not doing enough We have to work on every level state federal local as well as partnering with the nonprofits You're right I have a personal connection to this as do many families I have my middle son Harry is more than 9 years in long-term recovery from addiction to opioids Recently did a book with him talking a little bit about that We did We wrote a book together which was a strange surprising joy to be able to tell our story through this memoir about his struggle as he fell into addiction and my struggle trying to find out as his mother what was going so terribly wrong Our story is a very common story And what I want to be more common is that those who do suffer from this disease get to get the chance for long-term resources and support One piece of legislation that I have introduced in a bipartisan way has to do with how we treat folks who are suffering from the disease One way to treat is through long acting injectable buprenorphine but right now the regulations require that a physician return if they have it on the shelf they return it after 14 days if they haven't been able to use it for a patient We need to think outside the box We need to meet this crisis where it is So we have a bill in a bipartisan way that would extend that from 14 days to 60 days so that more people will have access to long acting injectables to help them recover from this disease There's so much more we can do Is there a sense that there's going to be a vote on that Bill any time in the new year I hope so we'll be fighting for it as I said I really am proud to say it is bipartisan I've introduced it along with Mary gay scanlon Brian Fitzpatrick Victoria spartz So that kind of bipartisanship with people that I may not agree with other policies to often about But they know and their districts know and their constituents know this is a crisis We have to think differently And we have an obligation to save lives Congresswoman speaking of things that could potentially get some bipartisan support early in the year 2022 we spoke yesterday to congressman Tom Cole who said that if Congress does need to back up to provide more resources to this effort to push back against the omicron variant of the coronavirus that is something he thinks could get some bipartisan support We haven't seen a request from the administration but I'm curious what you think of how the administration is doing to expand testing and hospital capacity and does Congress have a role Is there need to be a bill to provide more resources there Well I think we want to make sure that all the resources we have already passed are taken full advantage of But it reminds me somewhat of the opioid crisis We have to be thinking so differently so creatively You saw that there was a bit of a surprise among many experts that oma crown would develop and spread so quickly doubling tripling quadrupling in just a matter of days So I believe we have to do more to a get people fully vaccinated and be make testing available everywhere because the more we test the more we know where the virus is the better off we are going to protect ourselves I give the administration a tremendous amount of credit Surely I wish it would be sooner but we're going to have 500 million at home tests available in January And we have to be doing that have testing sites as we did in the beginning Make it very available not have people standing in long lines especially as we hit this holiday.

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

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 10 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 | 10 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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"senator manchin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:58 min | 10 months ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on WTOP

"Heard from senator Manchin that he is a hard no that changes the calculus It means that it forces President Biden to recalibrate And I think you just saw a window into how emotional he gets about this I've heard from some Democrats who thought immediately this is what they wanted to see more of from Joe Biden They'd like to see him be able to sell these plans Very memorably to my mind Joe Manchin said he's not going to vote for something that he can't defend back in West Virginia The hill is reporting Senate Democrats will now play hardball with mansion threatening to drive a wedge between the senator and his many lower income constituents who could reap billions of dollars in federal benefits if build back better passes What do you make of such a strategy Manchin has said I'm not going to be pushed around Yeah and I'm skeptical Bottom line is that Joe Manchin has the ultimate Trump card on Senate Democrats which is he switched parties and probably get elected for life from West Virginia It'd be a lot easier on him to be a Republican He doesn't want to do that They definitely don't want him to do that And I think they have to be careful on how far they push Mitch McConnell would welcome senator Manchin into his caucus any moment any time day or night He would gladly give him any committee He would want So I think the Democrats the emotions are raw at this moment I think though they're going to have to recognize that there's limits to how much they can push And a part of mansion's anger this week was The White House aid and some of his fellow colleagues in the Senate who were pushing too hard and made him feel to be the enemy And look this is an emotional time for everyone I think everyone is going to sort of breathe there for the holidays and then recalibrate about what can actually get done Finally I heard some liberals on MSNBC discussing the prospect of getting a moderate Republican on board such as Susan Collins Would you say that is a nonstarter or likely so I think it's very unlikely I mean this is all a procedural end around called budget reconciliation that allows the 50 Democrats to get together on something Republicans are protective of this right They've used it on their own I have a hard time imagining someone like a senator Collins or senator Murkowski Crossing over to allow a victory like this because of the procedure even if they believe on the process falling back on the procedure that I think would be a blow.

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

Mark Levin

00:57 sec | 10 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 | 10 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 manchin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:47 min | 10 months ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on WTOP

"By long fence Get 20% off your savings on fences decks and pavers go to longfin dot com and schedule your free estimate today It's 7 11 here on WTP White House press secretary Jen Psaki is now speaking about senator Joe Manchin's declaration that he will not support resin social spending plan Senator Manchin had a strong statement yesterday And we have a strong statement as well And we're ready to move forward and get this done and work hell to do that Unwto piece Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller spoke with Sean and Kyle about the future of the present signature build back better plan Things are very icy right now sake did not totally gloss over the differences with senator Manchin but it's clear The White House is trying to start moving forward She used that phrase work like hell to get it done several times during this news briefing And she indicated the president is still ready to work with mansion despite their differences and despite their disappointment over the declaration he won't support the current legislation Psaki also says The White House will continue to work with Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer and democratic leaders here on the hill in the coming weeks Schumer wants to hold a vote on the $2 trillion plan even though it won't pass to put people on the record But I think everyone from The White House to Democrats are trying to figure out what they can do at this point to salvage this legislation which is supposed to be the president's signature domestic achievement We'll mention The Washington Post is reporting that senator Manchin had made another counter offer related to build back better Do we know what happened with it It's interesting The post reports that senator Manchin was ready to deal though largely on his terms which are much more fiscally conservative than those of other Democrats he reportedly was ready to include a ten year plan for pre kindergarten expanding ObamaCare and funding to address climate change but his proposal did not include extending the child tax credit and that's where the real problem lies That of course expired last week and it's likely that was a non starter for The White House which initially has sought to extend it one year knowing it's very popular with Americans who actually know about that provision as opposed to other provisions But Manchin believes the plan has used a budget gimmick by suggesting that the tax credit won't actually be extended for another decade which he believes is going to happen That alone could add $1.6 trillion to the cost of the nearly $2 trillion plan We'll match there's this thing coming called the midterm elections and of course those are next year What are the political ramifications of the president's plan does not move forward Well as you know this is potentially a huge political issue for the president and congressional Democrats Everyone here knows in Washington that if you don't get a signature domestic plan done in the first year of the presidency it's very difficult for a president to get major legislation passed through an election year Right now a lot of people are worried within the Democratic Party that voters by next year are going to forget the accomplishments of this Congress which is included COVID legislation which was of course early this year but it seems like a lifetime ago There was also the passage of the infrastructure Bill Republicans meanwhile happy to let all of this implode on the Democrats as they wait for those midterms Right now the GOP very confident that they can retake the house That was WTO P's Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller And still I had on WTO P COVID hitting the Washington football team again 7 14 Sports is next You don't want to mess with the IRS They have the power to garnish your paycheck Love it your bank accounts and even take your home or business That's all true But thankfully they're offering a way out The fresh start initiative If you qualify it could save you thousands The experts at optimum tax relief will fight to get you the best possible tax settlement and they have an a rating with a better business bureau to prove it Call optimate for your free consultation Call 808 9 three 41 33 808 9 three 41 33.

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Breitbart's Alex Marlow Foresees a Red Wave in 2022 -- But What Will the GOP Do With It?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:06 min | 10 months ago

Breitbart's Alex Marlow Foresees a Red Wave in 2022 -- But What Will the GOP Do With It?

"But let's close on the build back better thing. So Alex yeah, Democrat agendas and turmoil, obviously this has political consequences. How could Republicans possibly screw this up heading into the midterms? That's a realistic question. Yeah, I don't think they will, what I'm more concerned about is will they disappoint when they get in? Because I've been asking interviewing a lot of Congress people since I've been here at America fast. And a lot of them, everyone's fired up, everyone's very excited, but they're divided, I think, on what to do other than investigations. Well, I think investigations may be the beginning of it. I don't think there's anything else that we can get done that's realistic. Right. Because Biden's going to have the veto pen or whoever is president, you know, at the time, they're going to have the veto pen. So it is about investigations and you got to start with Fauci, I think. You got to start with these deep status who are treating American parents like terrorists. I think you have, but you got to start letting the agenda be known that there will be a massive house cleaning once the Republican wins in 2024 whoever it is and you know they're going to be the FrontRunner to win, cheap by me on big cat or is going to try to stop that. But it is, there needs to be a massive house cleaning in this country in

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Ocasio-Cortez: Manchin Rationale for Opposing Biden's Bill Is 'a Farce'

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Ocasio-Cortez: Manchin Rationale for Opposing Biden's Bill Is 'a Farce'

"senator manchin" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:09 min | 10 months ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"AJ, all I want for Christmas is a senator that has compassion for the American people and not contempt. I'm going to be looking for the phone number to the ghost of Christmas past present and future or the email address to see if they can go and see about Scrooge on Christmas Eve. I'm sorry, not screwed up. Senator mat know who you're talking about. Alex? It's just, it's so delightful because it's so stupid. It's such a horrible strategy. I met senator Manchin. I think he's the only Democrat senator who's ever been on my radio program, which by the way is a podcast now, right? Thanks very much for the free plot. Well, you've let me plug our podcast on your side. Quite a bit and I will in the future as well. I think it's a big growing ecosystem. We want self reinforcing growth. But I vet center ancient senior mansion is not this is not going to change his mind. A bunch of people ranting on left wing talk. Of course it does. Of course it does. So I love to see it not only as a great fodder for talk radio, but it's also going to hurt the left wing. Agenda, but it is amazing how Biden's failures are just piling up in such a rapid right Charlie. I know you were no Biden fan coming in. But it is surreal to watch every single thing. He didn't stop the virus. He didn't bring the unity to the country. He bought the Afghanistan pull out. The Biden inflation, the gas prices, the border search. I mean, it's one of those could bring down a president's every one of them would be the scandal of the year for a normal president. So let me ask you a really smart breitbart dot com. Love it. I read it every day. Thank you. Why is Biden? Not changing his approach or adjusting in real time. I would say the most likely answer might be incompetence, but there's something scarier that I want to offer up, which is that he doesn't see it as a failure. That the left wing, which is in charge of this administration, is trying to destroy the country and they are trying to destroy our values. And not to say they want to destroy it like literally destroyed destroy, but a race America's founding a race America's judeo Christian constitutional Declaration of Independence value system in God we trust liberty, First Amendment, Second Amendment. Erase all that stuff and replace it with this sort of woke religion that we have now and all of this stuff moves us closer in that direction. The unsustainable debt. And I'm not a debt hawk. I'm a deficit hawk, but it's unsustainable right now. That we are at 30 trillion and the solution is going to spend 4 trillion more. Of course, it doesn't make sense. The gas prices are going to destroy the energy sector. The us losing our standing on the world stage with regards to China and Russia and the oil crisis. All of this moves the country away from the America that you and I believe in and love and towards this sort of command and control plutocracy where an oligarchical class controls us with their woke religion. And I think that is all happening. Unfortunately, Biden has been a success in that regard. Yeah, that's the true division in America is the disagreement on how to process objective reality. This is this is the divide. People say we're so divided politically. Well, the way we used to be divided is we would both process reality the same way and have different ways to try to go about salt. Yes. Low taxes, high-tech, whatever, right? Now it's wonderful success, Alex. Yeah. The border is as great as ever. It's exactly what we want. And so it's not a matter of even finding differences of opinion. It's now complete differences of, well, do you even consider the same goal the same sort of America that you want to live in? And the real question is, is this all by design? I say yes, obviously. We're unafraid to say that a lot of moderate kind of people on television say, well, you know, he's so incompetent. Okay, the people around him aren't, though, I don't think Ron seems to know exactly. Super smart, actually. I think Ron klain looks at this presidency. I called it on air. The kamikaze presidency a means to the end. So you and I are on the same page. And it is clear that they're not worrying about consistency..

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"senator manchin" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 10 months ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"The people that are puritanical market types, they talk about creative destruction. And you and I love markets. But we think not all destruction is made equal, but the destruction of build back better is a beautiful thing. Yes, it sure is. And so let's play the tape of Bernie Sanders, Elon Omar, ayanna Pressley Cori Bush. They're all freaking out over Joe Manchin's moves, swear words are bleeped out for the FCC play cut ten. But if he doesn't have the courage to do the right thing for the working families of West Virginia and America, let them vote no in front of the whole world. We all know that senator mentioned couldn't be trusted. The excuses that he just made. I think our complete he has continued to move the goal post. He is never negotiated in good faith. And he is obstructing the president's agenda. AJ, all I want for Christmas is a senator that has compassion for the American people and not contempt. I'm going to be looking for the phone number to the ghost of Christmas past present and future or the email address to see if they can go and see about Scrooge on Christmas Eve. I'm sorry, not screwed up. Senator mat know who you're talking about. Alex? It's just, it's so delightful because it's so stupid. It's such a horrible strategy. I met senator Manchin. I think he's the only Democrat senator who's ever been on my radio program, which by the way is a podcast now, right? Thanks very much for the free plot. Well, you've let me plug our podcast on your side. Quite a bit and I will in the future as well. I think it's a big growing ecosystem. We want self reinforcing growth. But I vet center ancient senior mansion is not this is not going to change his mind. A bunch of people ranting on left wing talk. Of course it does. Of course it does. So I love to see it not only as a great fodder for talk radio, but it's also going to hurt the left wing.

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Sen. Joe Manchin Just Killed 'Build Back Better' and Progressives Are Losing It

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 10 months ago

Sen. Joe Manchin Just Killed 'Build Back Better' and Progressives Are Losing It

"The people that are puritanical market types, they talk about creative destruction. And you and I love markets. But we think not all destruction is made equal, but the destruction of build back better is a beautiful thing. Yes, it sure is. And so let's play the tape of Bernie Sanders, Elon Omar, ayanna Pressley Cori Bush. They're all freaking out over Joe Manchin's moves, swear words are bleeped out for the FCC play cut ten. But if he doesn't have the courage to do the right thing for the working families of West Virginia and America, let them vote no in front of the whole world. We all know that senator mentioned couldn't be trusted. The excuses that he just made. I think our complete he has continued to move the goal post. He is never negotiated in good faith. And he is obstructing the president's agenda. AJ, all I want for Christmas is a senator that has compassion for the American people and not contempt. I'm going to be looking for the phone number to the ghost of Christmas past present and future or the email address to see if they can go and see about Scrooge on Christmas Eve. I'm sorry, not screwed up. Senator mat know who you're talking about. Alex? It's just, it's so delightful because it's so stupid. It's such a horrible strategy. I met senator Manchin. I think he's the only Democrat senator who's ever been on my radio program, which by the way is a podcast now, right? Thanks very much for the free plot. Well, you've let me plug our podcast on your side. Quite a bit and I will in the future as well. I think it's a big growing ecosystem. We want self reinforcing growth. But I vet center ancient senior mansion is not this is not going to change his mind. A bunch of people ranting on left wing talk. Of course it does. Of course it does. So I love to see it not only as a great fodder for talk radio, but it's also going to hurt the left wing.

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"senator manchin" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:50 min | 10 months ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

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"senator manchin" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:04 min | 10 months ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Incredible conference. Would you say, Andrew? Man, like I said, I started this off saying, I mean, how many have we done together now at these conference? I don't even have been around for about four years, so at least 16 majors. Before majors a year, right? We have women's. We have sass. Well, there's also young Latino leadership summits. The high school SaaS run. And then the winter. So at least 15 majors. And when I mean by major, I mean multi day thousands of CNN New York Times. Everyone wants in like huge pressure, you're up at 5 a.m.. You go to bed at 1 a.m.. Plus all of the on the action side, turning point action with the Trump rally in 2020. The one that's the last one. Yep. And this by far is the most special. It's been weirdly smooth. I think we're finally figuring out how to do that. Exactly. We're knocking on wood everywhere. But it's phenomenal. By the way, the headlines from some of the coverage that we've been seeing, I think people are taking a back Charlie at defocus that people like you and Tucker, but a lot of the other speakers have put on social issues. Well, yeah, and they call it social issues, and I think they do that to try and I don't know what their motivation is. Social issues. What really is family focused issues and parent focused issues, right? I mean, this is not a matter of social versus fiscal. I think it's bad for the family that you have runaway inflation. I think it's bad for the family that you have borders wide open. I think it's a family focused agenda and a parent first agenda. And I think it's really exciting. Okay, so we do want to get to some news and everyone you can email us your thoughts was always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. By the way, there's over 10,000 people here folks. He's a mess. Well, we have 10,000 tickets sold. We always want to be precise. The room can fit about 8000 in every seat as full, and we have overflow. So the final count was well over 10,000 digits. But I believe that being said, you can still come and people come in and out so that you can find people left because they only came for a couple days. So definitely definitely still opportunities, especially if you're local. Totally want to catch a speaker today or tomorrow. I mean, we're ending the whole thing with Kayleigh McEnany. She's anchoring tomorrow's epic day. So we have Jack hibbs, Brandon Tate and Madison Cawthorn. Kaylee. And then I'm going to close it out. So we stacked the half day. I think it's pretty cool. And Fox has been amazing by the way. Vaccination has been really, really great, of terrific partner. Okay, so Andrew over the weekend, it seems like president Joe Manchin. Yeah. Decided to thwart the entire legislative agenda. I mean, the non octogenarian. I don't even actually know what his age is about 79. I think he's super old, right, Conor? He's super old. I mean, I don't want to. 74. All right. Well, listen. Again, that's not super old for all the listeners out there. Don't get offended. But Joe Manchin looks about 55. Yeah, he looks like 58 60. That's what I'm saying. He's a lot more sprint. And I think this is a really fascinating story because, you know, I'm just here to watch it. I'm here for it, you know? The drama in the ranks of the Democrat party took, I mean, went to another level. I mean, we've been predicting this Democrat Civil War for a long time and remarkably they've stayed relatively together because Pelosi's we have to remember though that Biden got the stimulus package passed early in the spring, which was just kind of like, okay, whatever. Then the infrastructure, and now you've built back better that got eliminated, but we have a much more cynical take, which we think build back better was down on arrival for quite some time, and all of this melodrama is trying to point towards the John Lewis Voting Rights Act. That's really what they want to get after. It's the John Lewis right side. Yeah, a 100%. I mean, you covered this extensively, but it's for people who don't know. It's a backdoor. It's an end around basically criminalizing any time a state wants to enforce election integrity or signature verify that it's going to call it racist, then the fed is going to say you can't have that law and they get what they want anyway..

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"senator manchin" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:38 min | 10 months ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Charlie. We're on Monday now, so we have a bunch of breakouts and then coming in just about an hour and a half. We have James so Keith restarting general session, our Salem radio network colleague, doctor Sebastian gork. I heard Dennis prager gave a phenomenal speech yesterday. I heard that too. I wasn't able to catch many his right Connor. People told me it was unbelievable. Tucker Carlson and I kicked off the event. Jesse watters is today. We also have an amazing panel that we're going to post on our Charlie Kirk show podcast. We have a couple of things where I'm not even involved in. Directly, I'm involved, obviously, but we're just going to post and I'm going to do an intro. The election integrity panel, I think, is one of them. With bigs gosar and Kyle Becker. Yeah. And well, there was also there was also the Arizona election integrity panels. Alex marlowe, who's going to be joining Charlie for the second half of this hour. He was phenomenal. Just approached it like a journalist, asked a bunch of questions that we all. We all thought about, right? So if you guys are curious what happened in Arizona with the audit and where they're going from going from now into the future, you're going to want to check that out as well. Yeah. And we also had a phenomenal conversation with James Lindsay and Alex marlowe that we are going to post on the Charlie kirkush podcast that you guys can find on the Charlie kirkush podcast feet around critical race theory woke ism diversity equity inclusion. Pretty amazing. It was one of the most substantive conversations and James Lindsay said queer theory is the gateway to hell. It's like you're the liberal on this panel. It was pretty amazing. We also have today, we should explain what queer theory is, though, just for those listed, it's sort of like the dissolution of standards in the sexual area. Of the essence of what humans actually are. So anyways, it's just, I thought I'd put that disclaimer out there. Yeah, I think that's important. So then we also have congresswoman Lauren bobert. We also had a very interesting conversation. Is it congressman or congresswoman? I like congresswoman and congressman. I think gender roles matter. Me too. Congresswoman cat kamek. We also have a very special guest later today Kyle rittenhouse, which we're excited about. Allegedly. And then we have Jack pasovic and then Ted Cruz, and then tomorrow, it continues at a half day. Jack hibb's opening us up and we have Jack hibbs from calvary chapel Chino Hills, and then let me see here. We also have Brandon Tatum, congressman Madison Cawthorn and Kayleigh McEnany. So it's been it's been a pretty.

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"senator manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of trading on this Monday we are still seeing stocks broadly lower In just a few minutes we are going to take a look at the chart of the day with greedy Gupta and also get an update to the markets and of course her story that she has got her eye on today In the meantime let's get a check of the markets as we do get close to the close of trading Here's dog prisoner Hey Tim you are talking about charts a moment ago I was just looking at a chart on the S&P 500 And it seems as though we bounced right off that 100 day moving average So we are down yes but off the session lows here if you look at the S&P the loss right now is about 1.3% Some concerning developments today keeping the equity space a little bit on the ropes First some doubt on the future of President Biden's economic agenda and at the same time we're dealing with the spike in coronavirus cases I think that The Economist over at Goldman Sachs were more focused on the fact that senator Manchin has rejected the current tax and spending package in its current form when they decided to reduce their growth forecast for the American economy next year Goldman is expecting GDP at a rate of about 2.9% in the year ahead That's down from there earlier forecast of 3.3% trading volume today relatively light We have a holiday short and week we're aware of that ten markets tend to produce some exaggeration in price movement so bear that in mind as well That one does real average off about one and a half point percent right now The S&P 500 down about 1.4% NASDAQ composite weaker bike about 1.4% and a ten year treasury last quoted at one 42 I'm Doug Chris and that is your Bloomberg business flash Thank you so much for.

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"senator manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:17 min | 10 months ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The acron variant and of course senator Manchin saying no to build back better Is this the senator's final no He's said that two letter word many times in these negotiations It depends what you mean on final no because I think the question larger question you're asking Ethan is build back better that's so called social policy build truly dead And yes there seems to be indications that if you're talking about a wide ranging package with the child care and the healthcare and the climate change and the taxes and all of those other provisions that are packed into this bill yes this does seem to be the end of the road for that particular piece Now of course there's talk about whether some various provisions can pass on their own Democrats still have the ability to use that reconciliation process to move things with only 50 votes And remember there are things in this bill that senator Manchin supports I mean his concerns about the bill are numerous I mean when you talk about the cost the expense how long he wants programs to run but you did hear Democrats say yesterday certain groups of Democrats say that they think that there might be an ability to baby pivot focus on a couple of key issues and really get those done So do a bill that focuses on one or two things rather than a bill that focuses on the wide array that the build back better bill focused on Now we're continuing to watch reaction to senator Manchin's announcement pour in I've been watching headlines across the Bloomberg of a letter that Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer has been sending to fellow Democrats about where the agenda goes from here legislatively What is senator Schumer saying this morning Senator Schumer let everyone know that there is going to be a vote on that social policy and spending legislation The vote is going to be win lawmakers come back in early 2022 and he said you know what Everyone's been on TV talking about X and Y and Z it's time to actually get that on paper to take the vote And if you want to vote against the bill this is where you can go ahead and vote against the bell He's going to bring the House version to the floor And frankly remember the House version doesn't have some other changes that senators were hoping to put in there including on things like the state and local tax deductions the salt tax and that's something that you are senator Bernie Sanders raised concerns about He was working on a different proposal for that So it'll be interesting to see exactly what a vote on that looks like Schumer's also saying that he's going to be bringing bills to the floor dealing with voting rights That's another big piece that they've struggled to get across the finish line Not necessarily because of senator Joe Manchin but because that can't be done through the reconciliation process they need ten Republicans and they haven't been able to find a way to get those ten Republicans on board with several proposals They've put forward In our last minute here Emily sort of ancillary to the concerns that have been building about the Alma cron variant We've heard from a couple of prominent senators now that they have tested positive for the coronavirus Yes and I think it's center Elizabeth Warren senator Cory Booker as well as Democrat congressman Jason crow of Colorado And I think this just goes to show exactly how effects spreading the omicron variant is I mean it's rare when we've sort of watched lawmakers get COVID There have been I think about 90 since in the last two years but to hear two senators announce in one weekend then a lawmaker and you also have the southwest southwest airline CEO who is in on Congress saying that masking wasn't a big deal then he tested positive for COVID He was in a room with a number of these other senators And so there's kind of big questions about if we're going to be seeing more names coming out in the next several days And what that's going to mean going forward because for the Senate it's very much they've run on a structure where you need to be there in person to vote And there are a number of senators who even if they're fully vaccinated and boosted they're still that they're a little old and they could be at risk here All right Bloomberg government reporter Emily Wilkins as always thanks for the update from the nation's capital and want to keep you up to speed on the breaking news from the World Economic Forum Bloomberg news now confirming that the January Davos meeting of the World Economic Forum has been.

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"senator manchin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:45 min | 10 months ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on WTOP

"Cruise a free ride for the holidays if you've had a few too many I'm Luke Luger WTP news time 7 31 West Virginia Senate Democrat Joe Manchin says no to the build back better act He says he will vote against the bill which is President Biden's top domestic policy priority On Fox News Sunday senator Manchin said he wanted to support it I've tried I mean I really did But he says he just has too many concerns to support the bill We've got COVID at us We haven't tackled that And finish that We've got inflation which we don't know when it's going to end And that's going to take a tremendous toll A no vote from senator Manchin effectively kills the legislation Linda kenyon CBS News Washington Senator Joe Manchin says he can't back his party's signature Bill and it would seemingly deal a fatal blow to the president's leading domestic initiative White House press secretary Jen Psaki today called Manchin's decision a sudden and inexplicable reversal in his position a breach of his commitments to President Biden and congressional Democrats Senator Manchin was also asked about President Biden's vaccine mandate for large private businesses A recent appeals court ruling allowed the mandate to move forward reversing an earlier court decision which paused it I did not agree on the private sector of a hundred plus members employees of a business or more I thought businesses really should make those decisions They have done and they want to do and keep their employees healthy They should be able to make the decisions It shouldn't be the government has to make every decision in the private arena That's all But now the courts the courts have spoken that is the law I pray to good lord that everyone abides by this law and get vaccinated Former Georgia Republican senator Johnny isaacson has died at the age of 76 Johnny isaacson and affable Georgia Republican politician who rose from the ranks of the state legislature to become a U.S. senator has died The passing was confirmed in a news release from Georgia governor Brian Kemp's office In 2015 isaacson disclosed that he had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease He remained in office until the end of 2019 retiring two years before the end of his term In the Senate isaacson was known as an effective behind the scenes consensus builder his own views on flashpoint issues such as abortion became more conservative over the years as George's own politics shifted from blue to red AP correspondent Shelley Adler reporting coming up on two former Virginia police officers are ordered to stand trial for rioting at the capitol 7 33 Its football.

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"senator manchin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:56 min | 10 months ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on WTOP

"If you've had a few too many I'm Luke Luke WT news time 5 31 West Virginia democratic senator Joe Manchin says no to the build back better act He says he will vote against the bill which is President Biden's top domestic policy priority On Fox News Sunday senator Manchin said he wanted to support it I've tried I mean I really did But he says he just has too many concerns to support the bill We've got COVID at us We haven't tackled that And finish that We've got inflation which we don't know when it's going to end And that's going to take a tremendous toll A no vote from senator Manchin effectively kills the legislation Linda Kenyan CBS News Washington Senator Manchin says he can't back his party's spending bill It would seem to deal a fatal blow to the president's leading domestic initiative Democrats are furious White House PRES secretary Jen Psaki today calling mansion's decision a sudden and inexplicable reversal in his position and a breach of his commitments to President Biden and congressional Democrats Senator Manchin was also asked on the Sunday talk shows about President Biden's vaccine mandate for large private businesses a recent appeals court ruling allowed the mandate to move forward reversing an earlier court decision that paused it I did not agree on the private sector of a hundred plus members employees of a business or more I thought businesses really should make those decisions They have done and they want to do and keep their employees healthy They should be able to make the decisions It shouldn't be the government has to make every decision in the private arena That's all But now the courts the courts have spoken that is the law I pray to good lord that everyone abides by this law and get vaccinated Senate Democrat Joe Manchin on Fox News Sunday the initial order was set to take effect January 4th but the occupational safety and health administration has indicated it does not plan to begin issuing citations prior to January 10th Former Georgia Republican senator Johnny isaacson has died at the age of 76 Johnny isaacson and affable Georgia Republican politician who rose from the ranks of the state legislature to become a U.S. senator has died The passing was confirmed in a news release from Georgia governor Brian Kemp's office In 2015 isaacson disclosed that he had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease He remained in office until the end of 2019 retiring two years before the end of his term in the Senate isaacson was known as an effective behind the scenes consensus builder his own views on flashpoint issues such as abortion became more conservative over the years as George's own politics shifted from blue to red Let's AP correspondent Shelley Adler Coming up in a moment on WTP what scientists know so far about omicron 5 34.

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"senator manchin" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Worked tirelessly for months on the freedom to vote act Senator Manchin has worked for a month to try and get Republicans to either support the act say what they would want to change in the act or at least just give us ten votes so we can begin debating that We'll see tomorrow if his efforts came to any fruition Hey lady you show starting I know I'm filming the bath salts section of the show Jamie and Steve are eating each other's faces They can't feel their face when they're with you No they can not feel their face when they're with me Hello good morning Carlos How are you I'm good I'm well Okay I'm watching the right try to make heroes out of these Seattle people like the Seattle cops that turn into their boots are feeding the homeless and spreading COVID Right Yes thank you They're giving their shoes to the homeless which is good I'm sure their families are thrilled they just quit their jobs And by the way don't get unemployment if you quit 'cause you won't get vaccinated Guess what You can give your shoes to the homeless and get vaccinated Both things are possible Yes and that would help the homelessness You know who's getting vaccinated a lot The homeless So that you don't okay Okay So we were just talking Chuck Schumer We were talking about he was talking about the freedom to vote Manchin Wrote this one and said because he can get enough Republicans to vote for it So he said we will see what are your bets Just like he did the mansion to me Only I can get gun control done Yeah Okay I just it's so endlessly.

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"senator manchin" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"senator manchin" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Building that industrial capacity to solve the inflation problem And second inflation tends to be a monetary phenomenon we can argue whether the quantitative easing is good or not and certainly has led to capital inflation of the stock market and that is an issue with the fed and they have to balance allowing wages to rise with other consideration on prices But what is completely not the case is that somehow a ten year investment in our infrastructure and our human infrastructure would be inflationary I mean even Larry summers centrist economist Robert Rubin has said that's simply not the case And it's just a Republican talking point that unfortunately even has penetrated where some senator Manchin is saying inflationary You're just not the case It's just factually not the case that a package over ten years that's unproductive investment will have any inflationary impact A net in north Phil Michigan you're on the earth congressman Connor Yeah so thanks for taking my call On the reconciliation that guides from West Virginia the senator Manchin He wants to have this means testing and included in the bill I mean poor people are going to have to fill out all these forms for college And if they do something wrong they won't get the free college because of the means testing Will that be included or are we going to just have thought And then I am not for means testing for a lot of those programs And for example it would be horrible to mean staff social security It's good that there is some things in America that we're all in together that we all get social security that we all pay into that I think it would be a disaster It means fast education I mean when I was in first grade imagine if it first grade we had means tested it and there was a place where all of the working class and middle class kids went to school and all the rich kids went somewhere else Now unfortunately that's already the case economic segregation in this country with people opting to go private schools and that's their choice But do you want to really make that worse or do you want to have certain common experiences in this country If you talk about means testing certain benefits like the earned income tax credit fine we do that or even the child tax credit already is means tested It phases out But there are certain programs universal preschool child care community college which we want to create a common American experience And that is a fundamental to having an economically integrated society that progresses are not going to compromise on that Guys and we just have 30 seconds to the break You want to just recap for people who have just tuned in where are these negotiations stand First time I've been on your show where we're live in the midst of negotiations We've just had a caucus meeting We're waiting on where the speaker is with these two senators Manchin and cinema senator Sanders is also involved in the Senate side I hear the president may be coming actually to talk to some house members or to our caucus We're as the capital and we're trying to come to an agreement and the progressive caucus is saying we have to pass old bills We're not going to say we're.

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Manchin Calls for 'Pause' on Biden's $3.5T Plan

The Larry Elder Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Manchin Calls for 'Pause' on Biden's $3.5T Plan

"Mansion warns democrats. Hit the pause button on biden sweep three and a half trillion dollar plan The the democrats are going to need in order to get this thing passed. Obviously they can pass it in the house right. They've got the numbers in the house. But the senate is a totally different story. You have It's a fifty fifty tie and then you have. Vp harris. That would have to break a tie. But and then you get one person you get mansion. Are you get cinema and arizona. That break ranks the breaks rank. Then all of a sudden things are out the window. But here's what senator mansion is warning. And i hate to have to count on senator manchin to be honest with you but You know he's he. He's looking at the tea leaves. He's on he understands what's going on. Senator manchin said democrats shouldn't hit pause or or should hit pause sorry on biden's three and a half trillion spending package. Firing a significant warning shot at his. Party's top legislative priority mansion during remarks this week at west. Virginia chamber of commerce event pointed to concerns about listen to this. He's listening to the people. This is exactly what republicans are saying. Runaway inflation is his concern. Listen we got this delta variant of the wuhan virus. He says corona virus. But it's wu han buyers and botch withdraw. He says botch withdrawn afghanistan. A to float slowing down with his The centerpiece of biden's economic agenda. He says and i quote if the countries facing what we're facing now i would ask my colleagues and all of the senate to hit the pause button on three and a half trillion dollars Let's sit back. let's see what happens. We have so much on our plate. He says we really have an awful lot. I think that would be the prudent wise thing to do. I know they're going to go nuts right now because what i said is going to all my caucus in washington referring to the to his democratic colleagues. But he said. But i'm thinking of it from the standpoint of where we are as a nation today

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It’s In and It’s Big: Senate Unveils $1T Infrastructure Bill

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:07 min | 1 year ago

It’s In and It’s Big: Senate Unveils $1T Infrastructure Bill

"Capital this morning where infrastructure week may finally have arrived. A bipartisan group of senators Spent the weekend hammering out the text of a $550 billion bill. Now the 2702 page piece of legislation is on the Senate floor. Majority leader Chuck Schumer says it will pass in a matter of days in the end. Bipartisan group of senators have produced a bill that will dedicate substantial resources to repair, maintain and upgrade our nation's physical infrastructure. The bill covers everything from roads, rails and bridges to energy, drinking water and high speed Internet West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin says the measure is truly bipartisan, having majority leader Chuck Schumer And the Leader of the Republican Party. Mitch McConnell vote for this piece of legislation that says a lot about it. Senator Manchin has said the bill could pass as early as Thursday, along with infrastructure leader Schumer says the Senate will also turn to the budget resolution that carries most of President Biden's economic agenda. Mansion and other moderate Democrats have balked at the $3.5 trillion price tag on that measure. Turning to the

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Manchin Hopeful About Passing Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

Retirement Income Show

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Manchin Hopeful About Passing Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

"Is at work in the capital, West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin is part of the negotiations on infrastructure on CBS Face the nation, he indicated it's close to being done. Hopefully, we'll introduce it today. We'll vote on it tonight. We'll start Amendment process, hopefully on Monday, But Senator Manchin says there are still issues with the $3.5 trillion bill tied to it. The president wants, he says, he's willing to look at what's there. I respect my colleagues who believe Something a lot different than I do, and I'm willing to listen and learn. And if we can find that compromise will find it. Mansion says The hope is that infrastructure can be ready for the president to sign by Thursday. Gurnal

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