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Fresh update on "senator mcconnell" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "senator mcconnell" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"Kelly Dylan. Our next report at 8 51 on 10 10 win. New York City is laying the groundwork for distribution of the Corona virus vaccine. The first batch of 170,000 doses are expected to Arrive here in 12 days, almost half a million by year's end Health commissioner Dr Dave Choksi on who gets it first high risk health care workers in long term care facilities on then residents of those long term care facilities. With the vaccine. Arriving here in waves, Mayor De Blasio says communities hardest hit and night your residents need to be a priority, making sure that there is fairness and we're not going allow the vaccine just to go the highest bidder, but to actually go to who needs it most somewhat buried in the vaccine. Who's the city? Seven day positivity rate hit 5.19%, and that's over the 5% threshold. Al Jones 10 10 wins news with these time 8 43 President elect Joe Biden wants Americans to mask up wank elation because in the first Day I'm inaugurated to say I'm gonna ask the public for 100 days. A mask. It's 100 days to mask not forever 100 days, and I think we'll see a significant reduction if they occur that everything that occurs with vaccinations and masking to drive down the numbers considerably. Mr. Biden made his comments during an interview on CNN. In that same interview, He said he spoke to Dr Anthony Fauci today and asked him to stay on and also act. As his chief medical advisor. On a day the United States recorded more than 3100 Cove in 19 deaths in a single day, the most during the pandemic. New restrictions were announced in California correspondent Alex Stone has the story from Los Angeles tonight. Governor Gavin Newsom's new stay at home order will lock down areas where I see you. Bed capacity falls below 15% Newsome saying Hospitalizations are up 86% in California in the past two weeks, and we've yet to see Surge that he believes will come from Thanksgiving get togethers. Bottom line is if we don't act now, our hospital system will be overwhelmed. Once a region reaches of 15%, ICU availability, barbershops and hair salons will close again. Restaurants will be to go on delivery. Only winter needs time made 44 for the first time in months. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke by phone The topic Coronavirus relief package. Pelosi spokesman says the two have a shared commitment to completing an omnibus and covert relief bill as soon as possible. Senator McConnell said We had a good conversation. I think we're both interested in getting an outcome..

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Fresh update on "senator mcconnell" discussed on Robert Pratt

Robert Pratt

01:02 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "senator mcconnell" discussed on Robert Pratt

"Rose Ryan Douglas from the chief in Luhan, a love Firm studio. Good by doing right shoes on 100.1 FM and AM 10 20 K T. K. It is 36 degrees at Pittsburgh International at 6 30. I'm Rose. Ryan Douglas. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell expressed optimism about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, signaling her support for another coronavirus relief bill that is significantly less than what Democrats had pushed for prior to the election. He says its movement towards compromise, so compromise is within reach. We know where we're Avery. We can do this. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says he and Speaker Pelosi support a more than $900 billion coronavirus relief package that a group of moderate lawmakers have proposed about 400 billion more than Senator McConnell's proposal. Schumer says he hopes an agreement is within reach. The need to act is urgent. And we believe that with good faith negotiations, we could very well come to an agreement. Hospital beds are filling up and medical staffs are being stretched as our state's health care system copes with a growing number of seriously ill Cove in 19 patients. Ah, third of hospitals in southwestern P A and nearly half of all hospitals in the south central region, anticipate staffing shortages within a week. Nurses in the Philadelphia area say they're overloaded with covert patients impacting the quality of care they can provide. And health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine says today she's concerned about modeling that shows the state will run out of intensive care beds this month. Facebook says it'll start removing false claims about Cove in 19 vaccines. In its latest move to counter a tide of Corona virus related online misinformation. Social network says it will take down any Facebook or INSTAGRAM post with false information about the vaccines that have been debunked by public health experts. The Allegheny County Health Department has been awarded a $5.7 million grant from the U. S EPA. For some new Busses, port authorities buying 7 60 FT articulated battery electric Busses and one electric charging station. County executive Rich.

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Fresh update on "senator mcconnell" discussed on Wendy Bell

Wendy Bell

00:33 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "senator mcconnell" discussed on Wendy Bell

"The advantage of the oral vaccine is that it will not require the extremely cold storage required by the injectable vaccines. Scott Stiller, NewsRadio Katie K. Facebook says it will start removing false claims about Kobe 19 vaccines and its latest move to counter a tide of Corona virus related online misinformation, the Social network said today. It'll take down any Facebook or INSTAGRAM posts with false information about the vaccines that have been debunked by public health experts. Interpol issued a warning this week regarding fake covert vaccines and testing kits. CBS is Lilia Luciano has the story of one doctor selling illegal and misleading covert treatment. The San Diego doctor was charged with lying to US customs well allegedly smuggling. Himself paying a dollar for every We know where we're Avery. We can do this. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says he and Speaker Pelosi support of more than $900 billion coronavirus relief package that a group of moderate lawmakers have proposed. That's about 400 billion more than Senator McConnell's proposal. Schumer says he hopes an agreement is within reach. You need to act is urgent. And we believe that with good faith negotiations, we could very well come to an agreement, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald says today. The U. S. EPA has awarded a grant of $5.7 million to the county Health Department. To offset the cost of buying battery electric Busses by Port Authority, the Port Authority's buying 7 60, ft articulated battery electric Busses and one electric charging station. The Busses were used in the operation of the authorities downtown Uptown Oakland Wilkinsburg Bus Rapid transit quarter, which is expected to be in operation by the end of 2022 on Wall Street have for intelligence says the Dow closed up 85 points today at 9 29,069. The NASDAQ was up 28. The SNP was down two points. In sports. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said today that linebacker but Dupri is out for the year with a significant knee injury suffered against the Ravens yesterday. Steve Nelson's also getting his knee looked at having an M R,.

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Fresh update on "senator mcconnell" discussed on Lynne Hayes-Freeland

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

01:46 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "senator mcconnell" discussed on Lynne Hayes-Freeland

"By air, pro heating and cooling Bill Gray, Volvo Servicemaster of Pittsburgh and Living Treasures Wild Animal Park and heard on Lee on Katie K. A radio Go from the chief in Luhan, a love firm studio doing good by doing right news on 100.1 FM and AM 10 20 K T. K. It is 38 degrees at Pittsburgh International at 2 30 on Rose Ryan Douglas amid growing concerns that many Americans are not confident in Corona virus vaccines. Three former president say they want to help Here's the AP Soccer Madani Barack Obama says once a covert 19 shot is available for less at risk people, he will take it. Telling Sirius XM's The Joe Madison show. He may even do it on camera. Just so people know he trust, the science spokesman for George W. Bush and Bill Clinton say the ex presidents are willing to get the vaccine to with Bush's chief of staff, telling CNN, the 43rd president will gladly do so on camera. President elect A. Biden has not said whether he publicly get a vaccine to inspire confidence. Saga room agony. Washington Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell expressed optimism about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, signaling her support for another coronavirus relief bill that significantly less than what Democrats had pushed for prior to the election. He says its movement towards compromise, so compromise is within reach. We know where we're Avery. We can do this. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says he and Speaker Pelosi supporting more than $900 billion relief package that a group of moderate lawmakers have proposed. That's about 400 billion more than Senator McConnell's proposal. Schumer says he hopes an agreement is within reach. The need to act is urgent. And we believe that with good faith negotiations, we could very well come to an agreement on Wall Street right now have for until it's in, says the Dow is up. 145 points at 30,029, the NASDAQ Up 43 the S and P is up to its 2.

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Fresh update on "senator mcconnell" discussed on The Vegas Take

The Vegas Take

00:24 sec | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "senator mcconnell" discussed on The Vegas Take

"Says a bipartisan plan announced this week is a good start. We and others will offer improvement, but the need to act is urgent. And we believe that with good faith negotiations, we could very well come to an agreement. Plane is nearly twice the size of Senator McConnell, America's listing department. Before you drive the all new Nissan Rogue. You gotta ask yourself. How rogue.

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Pelosi and Schumer ask McConnell to restart coronavirus stimulus talks as cases surge

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pelosi and Schumer ask McConnell to restart coronavirus stimulus talks as cases surge

"House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer have just been returned to their leadership post by the Democratic caucus, and Hoyer says they want to get a bill passed soon. I'm very hopeful with speakers leadership and hopefully with the cooperation of Senator McConnell and others that we will pass a covert 19 relief bill prior to December 11 Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Let's do it now. We just need Democrats to finally get serious about this. Despite the urgent words, members of both parties have talked for months and still remain far from in agreement on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P New.

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McConnell rejects Dem demand for big Covid relief package, stands by push for 'highly targeted' bill

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:26 min | 3 weeks ago

McConnell rejects Dem demand for big Covid relief package, stands by push for 'highly targeted' bill

"Just heard from mitchell about the income. Cliff coming up at the end of the year right. Still though senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell said again today there is not going to be another big corona virus. Relief bill at a congress if it happens at all. It's going to be closer what he was talking about before the election. Something near five hundred billion dollars a skinny package if you will but with unemployment still high and the virus on the rise will that skinny. Bill helped the people who need it most. No it won't bang. Adler is a senior economist at the center for american progress. He writes about this kind of thing. Welcome to the program. Thank you for having me As you just heard. Senator mcconnell said once again day He does not see the need for a large relief. Package for this economy What do you think it is very surprising to hear that given where we are in terms of the pandemic but also given what happened earlier this year. If you think about what happened at margin april and cares act and how that help out the economy. We should want more of that. Given numbers you've said Repeatedly said it on twitter the other day and you've said in a piece online Within the past week or so our economic policies are basically geared toward white men. If white men are doing fine then we get the economic policy that white men need. That is correct because if you look at the numbers you look at what happened in april. When we had the peak of unemployment general employment was at fourteen point. Seven percent white men had an unemployment rate of twelve point four percent. That's when we saw the cares act. That's where we saw all the other things and p p and a lot of Spending to help out this economy. Since then the rate for white man has dropped down now to five point eight percent. And so you can. Look at these policymakers all while things are looking good but if you look at it for other groups so for example black men are at eleven point. Five percent so black men had a similar unemployment rate that whiteman had an april. And then you also even look at what's happening with women women last month. Eight hundred sixty five thousand dropped out of the labor force that they're not even counted in unemployment and the only got half that back. But if you look only at white men with five point eight percent on perpetrate then you can say oh we only skinny bill but white men are not the economy everybody's economy and we have to focus on that. Let me ask you one more thing and And i guess it it makes sense given the state of play right now but you wrote the other day As this pandemic has hit home. Lawmakers cannot be counted on to respond to the magnitude of this crisis or any future economic crisis that is fairly bleak that we can't count on on washington to fix this economy when it so desperately needed. But that's the truth. We lost a lot of unemployment. Pete that almost fifty percent and we put in three four trillion dollars into the economy. And the thing is it worked and instead of putting more money back in continuing these things like direct checks or expanded you. Why which people that you know said eight million people. Out of poverty policymakers that on the hands and let it expire and all the way through the election. It didn't happen shocking. Pretty much everybody so of course you know we can't. We can't expect politics because in a position where he would have done it when he's should've done it. We didn't see it so we can't trust him anymore.

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Senate to confirm Trump's Supreme Court nominee a week ahead of Election Day

Monocle 24: The Briefing

09:05 min | Last month

Senate to confirm Trump's Supreme Court nominee a week ahead of Election Day

"Later today if you Senate majority leader Mitch, McConnell's predictions proved accurate the US Senate will vote to confirm amy coming Barrett to the US Supreme Court Bar will be the judge that the Republican Party has been able to put on the bench during President Donald Trump's term, and while she may not be the controversial of these herself her. Confirmation is the Republicans have breezily disregarded the convention which they invoked for years go to keep a barrack Obama nominee from even having confirmation hearings on joined with more on this by Christian mcnichols news editor and Claude Harrington associate professor of American politics at Montfort University. Claude first of all is this now actually a done deal is they the remotest chance at all Barrett doesn't get put on the bench? I think it's. All bots jail she seems to be there I. IT's. It's quite staggering to see how fast. The process can move when people actually wanted to unlike 'em time round as you mentioned just a moment ago. So yeah, I would say unnecess- some unanticipated and catastrophe she's had. Chris, the Republicans hypocrisy here is mildly staggering MRIs, of course, the same Republican Party that four years ago clutched polls and affected vipers at the very idea of even holding confirmation hearings for Merrick. Garland who Barack Obama wished to put on the court in the last year of his presidency they going to do this about a week out from a presidential election. But this isn't what justifies the trump thing in the as far as the Republican establishment is concerned absolutely I mean I think the issue is if you look at this from a purely political perspective taking out the the hypocrisy argument if you will Mitch McConnell and the Republicans in the Senate have achieved. What they wanted to achieve and they have, they have given people who voted for Donald Trump essentially what they wanted I think you can divide those who voted for Donald Trump in two thousand sixteen obviously into many different camps. But there were there were those who voted for trump himself. But then there were many who simply voted for a Republican with this in mind with the idea in minded, they would be able. Influence. The Supreme Court for decades to come remember as you said at the beginning Obama was denied I'm nominee that meant that there was a vacant spot open right when Donald trump was elected president, which was then filled and that in itself would have been a dramatic swing in the other direction. So we shouldn't forget that it was a very conservative Justice Antonin Scalia who had passed away or shortly before the two thousand sixteen. Election. So we have seen a dramatic shift in the court compared to what would have happened if Hillary Clinton had been elected president and so in that sense. Yes. From a purely political perspective, the Senate Mitch McConnell who is a traditional Republican was You could argue very much power political individual who was willing to stomach donald trump and some of his politics because he knew that this is what he would be able to achieve. At once amy conybeare. At ease confirmed, that will give the Supreme Court, a six three conservative majority. Now, that's not absolutely set in stone Supreme Court justices have been known to have minds of their own from time to time, but is it possible from distance to assess what difference that could make to American politics for as Chris quite rightly points out potentially decades ahead of us. Yes I think that that's absolutely not an overstatement to to to to say how significant this is. You know what they did. There would be an ideological. Conservative majority from this point on and. There's a couple of things I suppose one is. What it might mean in terms of what's coming before the court you know in the short to medium term I mean there are. Big issues coming down the road to do you know things on climate change on immigration and other major. Political stumbling blocks the one that's coming soon as I really am the one that's going to get the most attention for the moment is a vote on the for care act and that is coming before the courtroom, November and it's about rather than the the. Statute in its entirety is to be deemed unconstitutional or can can parts of it be on picked now? Komi Bats. Take on. This is going to be enormously important because if there is a possibility that's M obamacare in its entirety could be undermined and that's that's a fairly enormous moment. I think for the country not least when it's in the the grip ave, a public health crisis. Chris at the top of the show, we did play a quote by senator. McConnell which struck me as slightly all I don't know whether he misspoke or just found himself saying the quiet out loud. But he said a lot of what we've done over the last four years. We'll be undone sooner or later by the next election is that Mitch McConnell assuming or perhaps even hoping that trump gets beaten next Tuesday It wasn't interesting remark wasn't it? It's it's hard to say I think there might be a little bit of that in in his remarks you can read into it I do think more importantly though his comment related to what I was saying earlier I would argue that he is making this case almost a gloating case to say you can undo whenever you win whether it is in November as the polls suggest. Currently or not you can. You can undo much of what we did in the four years in electoral terms in legislative terms I should say, but you cannot undo what we've done on the court that will remain that will remain something that stays for a long period of time. The one thing I just wanted to say on that as well. I think it will be interesting with this conservative majority To really see how aggressively they go after that to to Mitch McConnell's point if you will things like the affordable care act they were passed by Congress if there is a Democratic president with Joe Joe Biden becoming president, they will have an opportunity to pass laws to to to change laws as well. Of course. So the question really will be to what extent this cord goes after laws declaring things. Versus giving Congress an opportunity to sort of legislate when it comes to things like healthcare as well. There were some interesting remarks I just add for Amy Coney Barrett on this in the past, he's talked about the idea of precedent the idea of who legislates when when you overturn precedent and she did have a little bit of a line to say she will own the overturn precedence. If there is still controversy in a certain issue. So if it is something that is divisive and it has not been decided if there is an overwhelming public support for something, she also believes that it's not the courts job to overturn it, and so that I think will be a key thing to watch going forward if we have say a democratic President Democratic majority but a conservative court. Claude if next Tuesday is a big win for the democratic. Party. As Senator Mitch McConnell appears to think it's going to be the not completely without options are there is the possibility as has been floated off expanding the Supreme Court but do you think a democratic administration would be willing to spend political capital doing that? Yes. It's interesting to see how the the the kind of the tightrope that Biden has been walking in his language on this topic and you know any mention of packing the court does. Bays alarm bells, I think in causes some concern people start talking about FDR on his efforts back in the day. I would say, maybe there might be an possibly needs to be a conversation about reforming court gets in its current. Is. Having become such a punishment killed body and it's certainly not what the framers set out to be, and the does probably you know some serious conversations that need to be had I suppose as one other point as well. Maybe just more. And immediately, is that the last male liberal on the court Stephen Prayer is the HVAC too. So. I. Mean He seems in relatively good shape put. It's quite likely that whoever is President the next four years, we'll have the opportunity to put. A new justice on the court. So that's just something to think about in terms of the balance clothes. Harrington Christian. Thank you both for joining

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Amy Coney Barrett & The State of SCOTUS

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

04:44 min | Last month

Amy Coney Barrett & The State of SCOTUS

"So the topic I want to go to now is on the question timing the fact that this nomination is coming rather late in the fourth year of a president's term has made it controversial in fact, timing of just. Nominees to nominations to the supreme. Court has been controversial now for four or five years for a variety of reasons. So that's the first question. I would like each of you to tell me your position on on the question. Should the Senate be voting on a nomination to the Supreme Court right now sire you yes or no on that? I. Mean Yes. John All right cy you are yes. On the same question Irwin should the Senate be voting on a Justice of the supreme? Court now yes or no no amy honeybear bear should not be confirmed at this time. All right. Thank you I. Want to go first use for your reasons. Why are you a? Yes on the on the question of the timing of the nomination right now well, on the question of timing I think the Senate has the authority to consent the president is nominated someone. I don't see any reason why the Senate Caq Senate is doing other things it's it's considering thrown a virus relief. Of course, it can legislate until the members leave. and. So nothing nothing prevents the president from nominating someone nothing prevents Senate from acting upon that nomination and I think there three positions John. I think one position is you must vote on the nomination I. think that was Erwin's position for years ago. A second position is you can vote on the nomination, but you shouldn't that might ear ones position today and I the the middle position, which is you can vote on the nomination and you should. Thank your ticket back to you. So what I hear size saying is the Senate has every legal and constitutional right to be doing this now. They, certainly have the legal and constitutional right to do it, but they shouldn't do it. This is stunning hypocrisy by the Republicans for years ago Senator Mitch McConnell said, the American people should have a voice in the selection and the next Supreme Court justice. Therefore, this vacancies should not be filled into we have a new president. Antonin Scalia died in February two, thousand sixteen. President Obama named Mira Garland for that seat in March of two thousand sixteen. There was eight months before the election was to be held in the Republicans wouldn't hold hearings or wouldn't hold about Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on September eighteenth of twenty twenty, and already the Republicans are looking to fill that seat. There is historical precedent. On October twelfth eighteen sixty four chief justice Roger Tawny died the president Abraham Lincoln didn't try to fill the vacancy in the month before the election or nineteen fifty-six Justice Sherman Minton resigned from the court but President Eisenhower didn't try to pick the successor instead an October fifteenth. He made a recess appointment of a Democrat William Brennan. So whoever won the election would pick the successor? Alright let. Let me jump in because I I WANNA give cya chance to respond to some of what you're saying. So so I think we heard from Irwin saying that. eight months. was enough of a lead time and they were talking about the case of Merrick Garland back in two thousand sixteen. But that one month one and a half months is too short and he sites precedent of other examples where presidents had more of that timeframe. So what's your response to that? I think are ones making a slightly different point I think if. They. Can See had risen eight months ago I think are only making the same exact point, which is what's good for the goose is good for the Gander. So it's not really a question of timing. There's plenty of time as Irwin and other people now there there's GonNa be a vote in the Senate. The point is about equity I. Think the point is about precedent in Irwin has some precedents would, of course, you can go back to previous administrations in sight other presidents. John Marshall was appointed days before John Adams left the Presidency Steven Briar was nominated and appointed to the circuit court after Jimmy Carter lost. So there, there are precedents obviously for acting after the election. Let alone before I understand there's some raw feelings about what happened four years ago and I understand that people have flipped Irwin. Himself is flipped a apparently senator McConnell may have slipped as well. I think. It's unfortunate. This game of delaying nominations has gone on for quite a long. I have a colleague who waited two years before she withdrew for circuit court position because it wouldn't allow vote. That's just sort of power politics on both

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New Jersey Gov. Murphy Urging Those Who Attended President Trump’s Bedminster Event ‘Take Full Precautions’ Following COVID-19 Diagnosis

Sean Hannity

01:05 min | 2 months ago

New Jersey Gov. Murphy Urging Those Who Attended President Trump’s Bedminster Event ‘Take Full Precautions’ Following COVID-19 Diagnosis

"Kayleigh Mcenany says President Trump is experiencing mild symptoms as he quarantines inside the White House and continues to work. I'm not going to get into and the president's symptoms exactly. He's had mild symptoms, but he's hard at work. We're having to slow him down a little bit. He's been on the phone with Senator McConnell Senator Lindsey Graham, but on the phone with chief of staff Mark Meadows talking about emergency declarations. Upfor States a swell a stimulus, so he's hard at work despite the mild symptoms, But there are reports now that President Trump has been running a fever today. Trump traveled to a fund raiser last night at his Bedminster New Jersey Golf Club after learning that his close aide Hope Hicks had tested positive, So after learning that he may have been exposed, it was deemed safe for the president to go. He's socially distance. It was an outdoor event, and it was deemed safe. By White House operations and Governor Murphy today, advising that all attendees at that Bedminster event get tested, and he's advising the self quarantine. We urge everyone who was in and around The bed Bedminster event or events yesterday to take full precautions, including self quarantining President

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 2 months ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"President Trump goes virtual on Lisa Brady Fox News, his campaign making adjustments after the president's positive test for Corona virus. He will not be traveling to Florida or Wisconsin for rallies this weekend. Events will either be postponed or pivot to virtual appearances, but spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany tells Fox News he's feeling good having Tio hold him back a little here because he's hard at work. He spoke to Senator McConnell today, Senator Graham. I just spoke with the chief of staff and President Trump has talked to him about emergency declarations and stimulus, So we're just trying to make sure that he takes it easy, but he's hard at work and will continue to the first lady also tested positive and also reports only mild symptoms today. Democratic nominee Joe Biden sticking to his plan to campaign in Michigan after he and his wife tested negative and tweeted a reminder. You wear a mask, social distance and wash hands. A statement from the Biden Harris campaign by Dr Kevin Connor says both Biden and Jill underwent PCR testing today Friday and got the negative results back. He and President Trump or several feet away from each other during Tuesday night's debate, as well as several feet away from debate moderator Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace. Wallace says he was advised by his doctor not to be tested until Monday. As the virus has an incubation period of roughly five days. Socks is Jessica Rosenthal So far, the only debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris is still scheduled for Wednesday. The Pences and Harris is all testing negative today. Top Senate Democrats say hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett should be delayed. Such Barrett has tested negative for Cove it but one of the senators who met with her this week Utah Republican Mike Lee has tested positive. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and ranking judiciary member Dianne Feinstein say it's premature to keep the process going, not knowing the full extent. Of the exposure from the White House outbreak. America.

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 2 months ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on WTOP

"The extended legally allowed to CBS's Adrienne ideas. Do you believe this is a cover up? Absolutely. It was a tragic, more theater knee for Kenny Walker. Taylor's boyfriend, believes the evidence will show the officers violated the law when they shot at Taylor and Walker Walker admits to firing a warning shot. First officials say that shot hit an officer. Walker's attorneys say it may not have the NFL says the Tennessee Titans and Minnesota Vikings air suspending in person activities after the Titans have three players and five staffers test Isn't it for the Corona virus. The global Cova death toll now tops a million. Margaret Harris of the World Health Organization says that may not tell the whole story. We're pretty sure that they're unfortunately many, many more deaths because not every country counts Death the same way. CBS News has confirmed. A New York Times report that says top White House officials pressured the CDC. To play down the risk of sending Children back to school, according to documents and interviews with current and former officials. It's Trump versus Biden and round one of the presidential debates tonight, GOP strategist Terry Sullivan says Biden has to be ready for anything for Mr Trump. This is gonna be a brawl and he's gonna be unconventional, and he's just gonna come at you. And that's tough to prepare your candidate for Democratic operative Robby Mook. It's fun to watch. It's good sport. We're all gonna pick winners, losers, winning moments, losing moments all that, But I don't think it's gonna have much impact on the voters. CBS's Nancy Courtis with a key question today for the top Republican in the Senate, and a photo op with the Supreme Court nominee O'Connell. If Judge Tony Barrett is confirmed, should she recused herself from any election related cases? No answer from Senator McConnell, now to Northern California, where it leads. Three people have been killed in a wildfire north of Sacramento. CBS's Jonathan Vaguely Adi is in Napa wine country where a major destructive fire combined with two others. Thie Glass incident fire torch through Napa and Sonoma County's while leaving entire neighborhoods in ruins. Evacuees say they had little time to run the flames as it grew to tens of thousands of acres out of exploded in flames.

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McConnell says Trump's Supreme Court nominee will receive a Senate vote

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:10 min | 2 months ago

McConnell says Trump's Supreme Court nominee will receive a Senate vote

"Fly from NPR news. I'm Giles Snyder. Several Republican senators are lining up in support of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is plan to vote on the nominee to replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. NPR's Kelsey Snell reports. McConnell has not given a timeline for replacing Ginsberg, who died yesterday from complications of cancer majority leader McConnell hasn't said if he plans to hold a vote on an eventual nominee before the election in November. Much of the timing will depend on how quickly President Trump announces his pick. Supreme Court nominees undergo a lengthy process before an eventual vote on the Senate floor. Typically that involves one on one meetings with senators completing a lengthy questionnaire and extensive background checks all before public hearings and a vote in the Senate Judiciary Committee. McConnell says Republicans were elected on a promise to fill federal court vacancies. Republicans have overseen a broad reshaping of the federal bench in recent years, approving more than 200 of President Trump's judicial nominees. Kelsey Snell. NPR NEWS Washington Top Democrats say Senator McConnell set a historical precedent when he refused to allow a vote in

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884,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

884,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week

"In this pandemic, the supplemental $600 a week unemployment benefit fits under the Cove, it relief act. Expired at the end of July. Since then, congressional leaders have been at an impasse on a new relief bill. Today, the Senate could take up a vote on a pared down version. Senator McConnell's pandemic relief bill is a tiny fraction of the $3 trillion plan passed by Democratic House and McConnell's not even sure it will pass. I would hope this might appeal to some of the Democrats, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's those Republicans must compromise if they come back and meet us in the middle, will be eager to talk to them. Millions of Americans awaiting some new assistance from car NRA's Andy Veiled ABC NEWS Washington President Trump heads to

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In Philadelphia, postal workers demand funding in next relief package

KYW 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 4 months ago

In Philadelphia, postal workers demand funding in next relief package

"Workers Union leaders held a rally with the area politicians yesterday in northern liberties to demand that Congress include funding for the Postal Service in the next pandemic relief package. OK, why W's Paul Kurtz has that story? We are facing an unmitigated disaster. Congressman Brendan Boyle says he believes the Postal Service could go belly up if the Senate doesn't include $25 billion in emergency funding for the agency, Senator McConnell and the Senate Republican leadership and the Whitehouse want to give zero to the Postal Service. They have installed a postmaster general who seems to be doing everything he possibly can to undermine the Postal Service Can prince business agent for the American Postal Workers Union accuses Postmaster General Lewis the joy of playing stall ball slowed the male down. Get customers to be unsatisfied with the service and then selling off the post office. The Postal Service took a huge hit from the pandemic without federal funding. Agency officials say they could run out of money by September. Oil and Democratic colleagues marry gay Scanlin and Dwight Evans say that could have a disastrous impact on the November election. You cannot have vote by mail if you don't have a postal service in Northern Liberties on Paul Kurtz, K Y. W News radio.

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Senate Democrats and Republicans debate response to police reform

First Light

02:02 min | 6 months ago

Senate Democrats and Republicans debate response to police reform

"Michael on the day George Floyd was laid to rest in Texas senators in the nation's capital were discussing ways to change policing and address systemic racism in America the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer says the justice in policing act introduced in the house this week is the best solution to reform the criminal justice system if we pursue this bill the public's on our side and we will do very well but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans are devising their own bill led by the only black Republican in the U. S. Senate of as senator Tim Scott to lead a group that is working on a proposal to allow us to respond to the obvious racial discrimination that we've seen on full display on our television screens over the last two weeks and what is the appropriate response by the federal government senator McConnell says Tim Scott is the only member of the caucus who can truly shed light on the situation I think the best way for the Senate Republicans to go forward on this is to listen to one of our own who's had these experiences he's had them since he's been in the United States Senate and with his guidance and leadership we're going to come together with a proposal that we think makes the most sense the congressional black caucus led the effort behind the house bill and senator Schumer says the Senate really should go with that this bill has been carefully thought out senator McConnell says the Senate Republican bill will be carefully thought out to you but as for when he might be released at some point in the near future will have recommendations to be made that's what worries senator Schumer member when there was a lot of gun violence and McConnell said all our caucus is going to discuss it we're going to deal with it said and then they never did I'm worried the same thing would happen here still senator McConnell is under no illusions that it will be easy to craft a bill dealing with this discrimination which persist here some fifty years after the nineteen sixty four Civil Rights element nineteen sixty five civil rights bill that we're still wrestling with America's original

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US consumer spending sinks by record 13.6% in face of virus

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:52 min | 6 months ago

US consumer spending sinks by record 13.6% in face of virus

"Aniela let me start with you and With the caveat that we're GONNA have Nancy Marshall Genzer here in a minute talking about personal income. I want to get your take as the trained economist in the room on the on the thirteen point something percent drop in consumer spending in the past month and I want you to frame it in terms of well. Consumers are basically this entire economy. Now what do we do right? The consumers are the engine of growth for the economy but the consumer has been staying at home. Many of us are under lockdown orders. That are just now starting to ease and so what we've seen. Is this phased in transition from a near lockdown of the national economy in April to a phase reopening That's happening in stages in so consumer spending is under the weight of that lockdown in terms of. Well there's nothing to spend our money on besides basic goods But also Some fear about re reengaging with the economy without social distancing protection and so the key to the recovery will be that consumers feel healthy both physically and financially to get back to spending at their normal levels. And we're GONNA talk about that a little bit with with Marshall Genzer Minute Gina As sort of along those same lines Fisher J. Paul did a thing today with Ellen blinder at Princeton Sort of a Q. And a. It was. It was a very nice little chat with those guys who've obviously known each other forever. But one of the things Alan blinder said. He's a professor of economics at Princeton. He said look. You guys are crossing some red lines in this crisis and Powell came back and said. Yeah you know what? I'm okay with that because this is different. I thought that was a remarkable thing for the guy running the American economy to say remarkable. You know basically said emergency unlike anything we've ever seen before if we didn't cross the red lines we'd have to explain ourselves to the American people and say why. Why didn't you do everything you possibly could do to save. The enemy was a remarkable statement. I think it's it's really interesting coming from pal too because he has historically been particularly concerned about crossing. Some of the red lines at the Fed has crossed one of them for example is fine municipal debt. You know. That's that's something Derek opt to start doing. It's something that he's been asked about four in asked he was always very quick to say. That's a lie. Don't Cross picking winners and losers This crisis Bonilla's so Senate Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell said today just sort of on those along those lines of this being you know an unprecedented crisis senator. Mcconnell said today you know the next relief bill whenever it comes Is probably going to be the last one you buy that now. Not at all because we're still in the early transition of the of the economy. The second quarter is supposed to bear the brunt of the economic toll of covid nineteen remember. We've already seen a five percent decline and US GDP just on basis of two weeks of a shutdown in late March. So imagine what the second quarter is going to look like and you know. Much of the stimulus has come at a time when people can't spend because they're at stale they're staying at home so I expect that there will be more stimulus. We may see some some green shoots of recovery in the second half and it's likely that we will but that's going to be in the midst of an uptick in bankruptcy says firms struggle to make this transition and some longer term effects in terms of the forty million people who are now seeking or have Unemployment benefit so. There's a long red to recovery and I don't think we get it. We get out of a relief effort from the from the government that quickly so junior. You did a piece of honestly and I apologize. I don't remember if it was today or yesterday about the shape of this recovery in the line stuck with me is v stands for very unlikely which I kinda love. Let's riff on that. Green shoots thing What do you see out there that gives you hope if anything right so I think if there's one hopeful take away from that road it's that we're not in for an out so it's very unlikely the growth just fell off a cliff and it's just gonNa stay low forever and that's it because what we're seeing is that activity is picking up in an starting at certain improve as we kind of get used to living in this world at a one thing that's important to note? Is that activities picking up in places that have reopened not really markedly different way than it is in places that have reopened more fully at While to sign of green shoots. I think it's also reason to be modest in our expectations. What's going to happen? As we reopen doesn't seem like he blurts pouring back into their lives with unbounded doozy Azam. Here nearly you by that. And what green shoot do you like it if any well I? I think it's the preconditions that we were. In prior to the pandemic. It's important to remember. This is a a biologically triggered downturn that the economy wasn't broken Going into the outbreak in the pandemic and so there are several things that were already in place like a healthy banking system that can support some pretty intense and aggressive fed action through the banking system. That wasn't the case in during the financial crisis the banks were the problem. We've also seen consumers have relatively healthier balance-sheets than they did during the financial crisis in terms of them out of debt relative to their income. So some of those conditions will help with the economic toll. But right it's going to be. I think a slower road than a V. shape And it's going to be based on biological and medical advancements not just reopening alone

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New York Governor Cuomo Meets With Trump at White House

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 6 months ago

New York Governor Cuomo Meets With Trump at White House

"Governor governor Cuomo Cuomo sat sat down down with with president president trump trump in in Washington Washington Cuomo Cuomo says says they they talked talked about about infrastructure infrastructure about about projects projects that that need need to to be done and the jobs that could be created the governor of then ripped into Republicans in Congress who are opposed to providing federal funding to hard hit states like New York walking into the White House wearing a mask governor Cuomo says he had a good conversation with the president on the re opening on stimulating the economy and getting the economy back I think that's his focus but he had not so nice things to say about members in Congress who are blocking funding to states decimated by the pandemic singling out the Senate Majority Leader senator McConnell has his hand out and he receives more money for his state then he puts it Cuomo says he and the president put aside their political differences in talked instead about infrastructure projects including a fast track federal review for the air train at LaGuardia he says they'll talk about it more next week al Jones ten ten wins

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New York Govenor Cuomo Meets With Trump at White House

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 6 months ago

New York Govenor Cuomo Meets With Trump at White House

"Governor Cuomo goes to Washington he met with president trump this morning to argue for the federal government to supercharge the re opening by funding much needed infrastructure projects then in his daily briefing he gave Washington a lecture on what it means to be the United States of America he again made the case for Washington to pass legislation to support the states that have been hardest hit by the corona virus pandemic New York New Jersey Connecticut California Illinois and he quoted two Republican senators who've argued against helping New York you have people say well we don't want to pass a bill that helps democratic states it would be a blue state bailout is what some have said senator McConnell stopping blue state bailouts senator Scott we're supposed to go bail them out that's not right the governor called his discussion with president trump good and said they talk again next week Cuomo also reported another seventy four coronavirus deaths deaths in in New New York York yesterday yesterday just just one one more more than than the the day day before before

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New Jersey Gov. Murphy: 'We need this relief, and we need it now.'

WCBS Programming

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

New Jersey Gov. Murphy: 'We need this relief, and we need it now.'

"The the governors governors of of New New York York in in New New Jersey Jersey thank thank the the house house for for a a bill bill that that includes includes a a trillion trillion dollars dollars to to help help states states keep keep police police fire fire and and health health care workers employed governor Murphy sets we need this relief and we need it now so I urge senator McConnell to listen to the growing bipartisan chorus in the Senate who understood what this means or understand rather

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U.S. House not returning next week, Trump says Democrats on 'vacation'

America in the Morning

02:33 min | 7 months ago

U.S. House not returning next week, Trump says Democrats on 'vacation'

"Hour house leaders say the chamber will not come back into session next week after all correspondent Linda Kenyans following the story plans for the house to return to the nation's capital on may fourth have been next in a conference call house speaker Nancy Pelosi said it really wasn't up to her the capital position has recommended that we not come back then we have to take that guy in the Senate on the other hand does plan to return next Monday speaker Pelosi says the Senate is different but it is send it in or not in the matter of the health decision that their leadership has to make a but we could not take any chances because there's so many more of us hello this is one of the issues cited by the capital position was the widespread outbreak of the corona virus in the Washington DC region that prompted this retort about the house from president trump they don't want to come back I think they should be back here but they don't they're enjoying their vacation nope said speaker Pelosi she says the house continues its work from afar on the next coronavirus stimulus bill bill did not spring from the head of news when it comes to the next bill house and Senate Democrats continue to push for relief funds for state and local governments the Senate's top Republican on the other hand says states might want to declare bankruptcy rather than seek federal help Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says bankruptcy is not an option bankruptcy is not an abstract concept senator Schumer added bankruptcy hurts everyone what leader McConnell is suggesting would lead to hundreds of thousands hundreds of thousands of vital state and local government employees nurses and health workers correctional officers sanitation workers so many others being fired for world what did they do Lee Saunders the head of the American federation of state county and municipal employees was on that same conference call as Pelosi and Schumer it's shameful and unconscionable on fox news senator McConnell said maybe some states shouldn't get rescue money systemic longstanding challenges speaker Pelosi balked really in reference to your noise a statement by mistakenly under a Republican governor senator McConnell also told fox he wants something else her character for those who've been on the front line president trump says he has some conditions of his own we have to talk about things like payroll tax cuts would have to talk about things like sanctuary cities senator McConnell adds it has to be covert related so no despite calls from house and Senate Democrats and at times from the president himself infrastructure projects he says will not be in the next

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New York's Gov. Cuomo To McConnell: ‘I Dare You’ To Pass A Law Allowing States To Declare Bankruptcy

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

New York's Gov. Cuomo To McConnell: ‘I Dare You’ To Pass A Law Allowing States To Declare Bankruptcy

"Governor Andrew Cuomo took offense to comments made by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on not helping states pass a law allowing states to declare bankruptcy I dare you and let the president signed that bill that says I'd give the states the legal ability to declare bankruptcy use your suggestion senator McConnell passed the law how dare you Cuomo says it would signal to financial markets and other countries that the U. S. economy is in

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Cuomo to McConnell on passing state bankruptcy law: "I dare you"

The Financial Quarterback

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Cuomo to McConnell on passing state bankruptcy law: "I dare you"

"Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell under fire from governors first suggesting states who are asking the federal government for assistance after taking huge financial heads should instead declare bankruptcy will New York governor Andrew Cuomo calls the idea dumb and this calling senator McConnell to the carpet forget the morality of it the ethics of it and the absurdity of it and the meanness of it legally a state can't declare bankruptcy you would need a federal law allowing states to declare bankruptcy so to the Senate that proposed it I say pass a law allowing states to declare bankruptcy I

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Pelosi: State and local governments are going broke

John Rothmann

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Pelosi: State and local governments are going broke

"Partisan battle is brewing as the house speaker says next on the agenda is helping state and local governments financially impacted by the pandemic house speaker Nancy Pelosi says state and local governments are going broke after laying out a lot of money to handle the coronavirus response with no revenue coming in below C. says the push is on to help them and first responders who work for them we can't defeat this pandemic if Mitch McConnell is leading our health heroes get fired and that's what's happening speaker Pelosi says helping state and local governments is an emergency there will be a bill and it will be expensive senator McConnell is raised the alarm about debts and deficits and says state or local governments might look toward bankruptcy rather than

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House passes $483B coronavirus relief package

Morning Edition

07:16 min | 7 months ago

House passes $483B coronavirus relief package

"Morning the latest corona virus relief packages headed to president trump that passed the house yesterday it is four hundred and eighty four billion dollars of aid a lot of that is for small businesses and lawmakers are already talking about what will come next Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York is on the line with me good morning senator good morning or will appear healthy thank you Sir you too individual states need aid they're losing all kinds of revenue lawmakers are considering how to help and your Republican colleagues Mick colleague Mitch McConnell suggested that bankruptcy for states might be the best route now you seem not to agree you've made that point does he have a point about limiting how many rescues and how much money we can throw at this thing well first of all what McConnell said was so far out of the mainstream I think he's going to have to walk it back he is isolated Republican senators Republican governors have denounced him and you know he was the reason that state and local aid was blocked in the interim bill that the president signing today he wouldn't let it go forward but now that people have seen how twisted his logic or illogic is I think actually what he said has given even more momentum for state and local assistance in number four after all no well who are we talking about this is not abstract you know state government rather it's a policeman who but for police officers who patrol our streets and keep us safe it's ambulance workers is bus drivers these people should not be thrown out of work because the states are not collecting revenues and I hope McConnell comes to his senses were now turns around and helps us get state local but if he doesn't I think they'll be the momentum to defeat him as for the bigger question you asked what about dole these packages this is a crisis on like something we have never seen really in this country twenty six million people unemployed so many businesses close the number one goal is to solve the for both healthcare crisis and the economic crisis and it will cost some money there's a bit of hypocrisy coming out of leader McConnell he passed a two trillion dollar tax cut mainly for the very wealthy which did more before coded to increase the deficit than anything else so I guess deficits are okay in McConnell's ice when it's tax cuts for the rich remember they said it would grow the economy it didn't didn't mainly went for stock buybacks in the corporate side it so it's okay to do that to increase the deficit but we shouldn't help people who are out of work we shouldn't help people you we shouldn't find a testing regime which we put in the last bill which the president will sign which will help us get back to work quickly we have no national has given interesting point that senator McConnell made he said he's worried that corona virus aid would be quote a blank check down to states and local governments to spend any way they choose now we saw this with the PPP right it's supposed to be for small businesses you got shake shack you got a big steak houses getting the money how do you make sure if states and local governments get money it's being spent on covert nineteen related things when we've seen there are problems hearing how this money is being spent in other ways yes well you know we can pass good legislation but it's up to the administration to administer it now there was not enough guidance to the banks on the small business side to tell them to go to the unbanked to the poor people the smaller mom and pop shops and they gave it to these big companies that didn't need it but we corrected it in code three five were constantly vigilant so we set aside a hundred twenty five billion dollars that can't go to these companies that have good banking relationships but rather that would go to minority communities rural communities and the if you will the butcher Baker and candlestick maker the small businesses so we have to constantly stay on it the state local money that we have advocated we'll go to the unemployed people who are the people who were working were needed in their jobs but there's no revenues the state of the states are not getting any revenues because people aren't paying their taxes the federal government itself said delay taxes till June thirtieth that means state taxes are delayed as well so the R. McConnell I think is less interested in the deficit and less interested in making sure every dollar goes where it should which is something we believe in and just saying don't spend money that is not in keeping with the needs now you know is right wing Republicans didn't his his right wing philosophy says let the private sector do it at this time at this moment in time the only government can do it let's examine the carnal is isolated as you say in his belief that bankruptcy is the best option president trump has signaled that he favors what he's called fiscal relief for states when was the last time you spoke with the president well I guess I spoke with him as we were negotiating the coldest three bill and I've spoken with Steve Mnuchin who seems to be the one person who can get the president to do some things that need to be done remember in this last cope with bill all McConnell wanted to do is give this two hundred fifty billion dollars to the same program thank you and others myself have criticized it just giving money to the bank to these chains we forced him to change it we wouldn't let the bill go through and we put money as I said a hundred twenty five billion dollars walled off just to go to the on bank to see if that helps you understand president trump because it's interesting here that he seems to agree with you did you discuss with him the issue of aid to states and believes in aid to localities and has said that he would do it in cold but for I mean as I said on is have you seen recently from president trump I'm just here let's talk about how real this is well commitment from president trump come and go but we can force it to happen in the covert for bill and I think there is enough bipartisan support despite what McConnell did to get that done the president you know sometimes doesn't focus yesterday we seem to have a quack medicine salesman on television he's talking about things like disinfectant in the lungs we've given him a testing we forced him now to come up with the national testing regime we need tests in this bill we've given twenty five billion dollars to do it eleven billion to the states so they can do some of the testing and the contact tracing of money to the fed so they can set up a supply chain so that we can actually manufacture enough tests and swabs and everything else that's needed we improve things greatly in this three part bill and now we have to we can't force the White House they are there under our constitution they execute the laws we can do oversight we can prompt them we can push them we can improve the legislation but we need real focus in the White House on what needs to be done instead of talking about disinfectant the president should be talking about how he's going to implement testing which every expert says is the quickest path to get us moving again do you have concerns about how much money is being spent and what it means for the national debt and I'm sorry we just have seconds left yes are you think that it's something that we will have to grapple with down the road

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Far senator McConnell and president trump with good reason why there shouldn't be witnesses there shouldn't be documents this is what we don't know what the documents the documents will read they might exonerate president trump they might incriminate him he's proud to be a partial juror he won't do it we all every senator has to uphold you know to render impartial justice and he said he's proud to be partial it says it all really it says it all this McConnell Republican I had no idea and partisan Chuck Schumer is I know that he never comes out for democratic causes he just calls as he sees it am I right here's Mitch McConnell cut too well first on the impartiality is your do you think Chuck Schumer's impartial do you think of Warner's impartial now Bernie Sanders impartial so let's quit the charade this is a political exercise the political exercise all I'm asking of Schumer is that we treat trump the same way we treated plan we had a procedure that was approved one hundred to nothing Schumer voted for it to go through the opening arguments can have a written question period and then based upon that deciding what witnesses to call we haven't ruled out witnesses we said let's handle this case just like we did with president Clinton fair is fair Klay eighteen out done it Mitch McConnell that's speaking for Republicans he's speaking for you level Liberal Democrats conservative Republicans we are done with this story if this was your one maybe you have a push back even though I think that this story runs course anyway on the Ukraine but we all know this can be election nine months in the candidates who's got who got to get famous and sell America that they're a better choice and Donald Trump cake in the air can the oxygen because no one's paying attention to their debates the elimination is a mess you are candidates complaining that they don't like the rules the DNC you of thirteen candidates running on the eight on the stage because of some weird threshold state the DNC Tom press put out there nobody seems to like so impeachment is done you know knows that I was into some of the panelists they are done some of the panelists on on the Sunday shows yesterday Karen Tumulty obviously offended by the president Washington post listen to what she said because sixteen the chances of getting any any kind of concessions out of Mitch McConnell are very small and the risks of delaying this are quite high for two reasons one is that it undercuts the house's argument that they had to move quickly on impeachment because it was so urgent and the second is that it is it is depriving their presidential candidates of any oxygen and the fact is if Donald Trump is going to be removed from office it is going to happen next November yes finally somebody saying we've been saying forever he's up in November his contract is up he's going for renewal he feels good about it you don't feel good about it so let's play this out is that possible it better be possible because that's what's happening now we find out after all this stuff comes out about Mona report new crane information in these conscientious whistle blowers who had no choice but to come out against the president or they never liked now we have the harlots report or by a bomb appointed inspector general who said what a mess the F. B. I. was leading up to this investigation now one reasonable filled the reasons were behind launching the investigation why the president never got a defensive briefing in July they would head off all the smaller reporting all the controversy we are still living with now that the Russians are benefiting from and then we want to find out one of the investigation was done with this huge was done and what was done they change things they lied on the application to get a warrant to surveil the trump campaign and they lied when he came to this question a quarter page to the CIA was he helping you guys the eserver the CIA was yes what they wrote was no yeah with the result was you got the FISA warrant so if you don't think that the FBI lies which they probe persecutor prosecute everybody for including that's why mat afford in jail like Errol Flynn is waiting for his hearing his sentencing Caillat of the CIA it back remember when Anne McCabe came up any cable was asked about this seventeen different points in which there was a problem with the FISA application enemy cable is acting and deputy director of the FBI Willie take responsibility listen to how he coyly does everyone in the FBI anyone who reads that report is shocked and horrified by what they've seen in the recitation of the seventeen errors the I. G. pointed out in his report that he found no evidence that those misrepresentations were intentional never the less they are unbelievably serious it's the biggest mistake you made the process that was in place essentially left so much responsibility on the lowest level of FBI agents and supervisors once those mistakes are baked in they become very very hard for the many many layers layers of oversight to uncover to you he said the biggest mistake I made was giving so much responsibility to the lowest level of F. B. I. guy so the guy we know his name he's going to take the fall and he's the lowest level possible lowest level that's the biggest mistake we made because if they had a chance to do it they never would allied or change things in order to avail Donald Trump really the people that despise him judging by their tax they talked about eggs insurance plan but we are not to think anything of that how dare we and then when someone changes something our application we're saying well that's a low level person I guess low level people on the F. B. I. D. learned to cheat the system how on how one believably implausible is the act you have a presidential campaign being investigated and you want us to believe that the biggest mistake was letting somebody lower level conduct the fais application we don't believe that we never did believe that we still believe that the only personal believe that just about the lack of follow up question was wolf Blitzer we don't have any McCabe who's getting paid to answer questions to give insight to stay there for a whole hour fee so innocent but the kick it down the road and get somebody else take the fall for it unbelievably unacceptable just like James call me not being involved because that's all with directors do really directors don't get directly involved with investigations even when it's on a presidential campaign the same one to brief the president elect and then ran down and put it into crossfire hurricane typed up as you remember the meeting there's gonna be a huge problem and the biggest one is the steal dossier them saying yeah wasn't verified because it didn't play a central role them finding out it to play a central role why didn't get kicked to the curb by the mother report why wasn't that done immediately cut nineteen I want to know was the CI a part of an effort to get to the media the fact that trump was under investigation there was a lot of frustration by people at the FBI and other places that the story line was not getting out Christopher still went to every media outlet in the country to shop the dossier to try to get it out before the election Brennan makes privately I think in September with Harry Reid John Brennan the CIA director I want to know what role if any did the FBI and the CI a play in trying to get out the dossier market the story that trump was under investigation for colluding with the Russians I don't want to go over one eight six six four oh eight seven six six nine one eight six six four oh eight seven six six nine I'm going to quit call Erica's and W. D. B. O. L. and Eric merry Christmas Mr kill me back at you thank you yeah thank you hello she she is so blatantly guilty of election tampering that's the word that they keep using speech to holding office and she wants to see it what happened after the election and that there is a Democrat Janet then she's gonna bull's followers if she's still there but you you play Chuck Schumer and I mean you're right on your right on spot within each he looked the camera in the eye and said we don't know what the witnesses are going to stay in touch writing the script for them so memorably got addition didn't George Soros's office but you know and and the chairs thing of all if somebody does go to jail like state right and you can go to some Country Club you know what I wouldn't get the luxury happened well he's going to weaponize the C. I. A. against a candidate well railing against a candidate and making all types allegations are network brand broadcast he deserves the worst and he's bastardized integrate little organization if indeed this is the that is indeed the case but they're asking for is emails why would they be asking for is emails maybe he's part of weapon Ising ambassador Downer and now rumored to be dead Joseph miffed suit hi this is the brain kill me Joe back with we're gonna go over to Syria and find out about what the president just passed to make life for allies in the region a lot better Brian kill me Joe getting past.

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"What's she suggested after the tussle back and forth throughout the week of whether or not that would happen? So an interesting posture here by the president perhaps indicating he might be in a more of a deal making mindset. Going in. But you heard the president there Melissa continue to hammer away on the idea that the United States is he feels needs a wall on the southern border to keep out drugs and crime at not signaling any wiggle room on that front, listen. Yeah. And in the latest in terms of what the president has said Ayman is that Senator McConnell, senators, McConnell and Schumer, they're meeting as we speak. That's right. And so what the we got from the White House press off just before this comment from the president. I was a note from Sarah Sanders. It says that they won't agree on any CR continuing resolution that would keep the government up and running for a limited period of time unless it's got a substantial down payments on border wall funding. So the question is what is this substantial down payment? It looks like the White House is signaling that they're willing to back off the border wall itself in order to get a short term deal done to reopen the government at least if they can get what they're calling a down payment on the wall, and the the devils in the details on what down payment actually looks like in congressional terms. Or substantial to even thank you Ayman jabar's a live from the White House for us tonight. Are we any closer guy? Do you think when you read between the lines? No, I don't believe. So I mean, it's I find it interesting. Well, I find it interesting that the president thinks that grocery stores, we'll take us from people. I mean, you know, that might have happened in Mayberry back in the day. And that's not happening in my town. But I digress. So no, I don't think we're any closer. I think we are closer. I think Schumer meeting with McConnell is progress. I think it should be possible. For those to get a deal done. He seems to be a little bit more conciliatory on the amount for the wall. He asked me they everybody needs to save face. Right. He left a little bit of wiggle room. Are there substantial down payment he backed away? Right. Hodel some on the call. And that may be good mood is optimistic. I leave that a dumber than. But but the other point I would just say that I'd be very surprised if there's another paycheck that gets lapsed in. This government is still shut down in these workers not getting paid because I think it does damage to both sides. And I think it needs to be open. Yeah. I don't think we get close till the stock market goes back Tesla's is the stock market president. That's the only thing that motivates it a once bitten twice shy every single time. He comes out and says some conciliatory the very next day. We have some outrageous statements. I I I don't feel like we're any closer at checkout. Shares of getting crushed after during support in this after a day when chip stage a massive rally atop technician will tell us what that can mean for the group. It could be a make or break moment for another. Dow stock reporting earnings next week, we'll tell you the name and why there's so much at stake real live from Times Square in New York City, much more fast money right after this..

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"While Senator McConnell was speaking on the Senate floor furloughed federal workers protested outside his office shouting, where is Mitch and stop the shutdown, and we want to work and be paid Senator McConnell has blocked from consideration. Several bills already passed by the house to reopen the shuttered government departments. The president's proposal was the first Bill he agreed to bring to the floor. He has long said the Bill the one with the border wall is true border security, but Democrats say real border security is something quite different question is doing border security that makes sense that is cost effective and not doing something that is basically the fulfilling of half a campaign promise. Remember, the other half was Mexico was going to pay for it. This whole shutdown is about us paying for it. Not mexico. Maine, Senator Angus king expressing the sentiments of many Democrats in an address to the conference of mayors in Washington DC house speaker Nancy Pelosi explained it this way congressional Democrats support smart. Effective border security, but we do not support the president holding the health safety and paychecks of the American people hostage again to a campaign applause line Senator Schumer says of the issue for the president was really about security as he claims some eight hundred thousand federal workers wouldn't be furloughed right now are forced to work without pay hurting TSA hurting border patrol hurting FBI agents air, traffic control is food safety inspectors coast guard members they deal with our security right now speaker Pelosi made it clear the giving the president his border wall. We'll set a dangerous precedent there. Serious and justified concern that this president which at down the government anytime. He does not get his way legislatively that is why we must hold the line on this shutdown driving the two votes in the Senate are coming on the thirty four th day of the partial government shutdown and just one day before federal workers could miss another paycheck. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Nineteen till our jimbohannon probe. Some problems associated with the impasse in Washington. We're joined by Dr David Waller, Louise and international geopolitical consultant, former international security analyst B website, analysis dot global analysis got global to offer some thoughts about where we stand in regard to escalating problems from the government shutdown. We of course, have heard from FBI agents warning of impacts on efforts to stop terrorism a sex and drug trafficking. The like does it go beyond that, Dr Oualalou? Yes. Yes. To a degree will it just because they're going to have to figure out. What is the endgame here? My guess would be the within every federal agency. There is a certain amount of wiggle room a certain amount of of budget juggling that can be done, but that over the past thirty plus days, most of the agencies have done about all of that that they have that's correct for the except for the department of defense, usually because department of defense to my knowledge plans for the whole budget for the year, and Dan, I'm gonna worry about issues like that agencies. Yes. Thirty days like you. Like, you idle see this dragon be on the February because otherwise it's gonna turn into something else. If in fact, we have now complaints again on issues of terrorism and a sex and drug trafficking and even more immediate. Now, we've had now TSA agents at one point up to ten percent were calling in. Sick. Once you start having a few airports that that grind to a halt without proper security and flights get grounded and people are stranded at airports. This is going to come to an end real fast. Yeah. I it will become an issue because at the same time, we're gonna be asking the question and the question would it be calm is if security requires the shutdown called shutdown become the national security issue once you started having seen issues at the airports and so forth. Wherever I hope we don't have to get you porn. Would it be resolved within the next few days? If there is a will and determination, politically, speaking to get this issue resolved for the sake of the country when you appear to divide nighttime talk show. You offered thoughts about two things that bothered you in particular one. Indebtedness causing people to possibly lose their security clearances and declared czar are handed out their very expensive to grant to someone. So if you lose those people that's a lot of wasted money in the second one had to do with the credibility of the country if you could amplify on those two well, the credibility of the country because the way I see it as a geopolitical analysts, usually I'll think in terms of how are we going to be perceived? In other countries, foes, our enemies doesn't matter at this point because our credibility is in line. Is that we are sending a signal that our government is fragmented our branch, the two main branches of the government can communicate. And that's usually if you are the enemy over the United States. You'll be thinking in terms of that's good for me as a way of strategizing for how I can create more chaos that would it be the issue that I will be concerned about the most. And because at some point, you know, United States here was the beacon of hope for all countries and so forth. And now all of a sudden we have in this at home countries used to reach out to us to assist and help. And now we dealing with this at home like it's almost like a family. We couldn't sold out our own issues. Dr David Oualalou, his website, again analysis dot global.

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"While Senator McConnell was speaking on the Senate floor furloughed federal workers protested outside his office shouting, where is Mitch and stop the shutdown, and we want to work and be paid Senator McConnell has blocked from consideration. Several bills already passed by the house to reopen the shuttered government departments. The president's proposal was the first Bill he agreed to bring to the floor. He has long said the Bill the one with the border wall is true border security, but Democrats say real border security is something quite different question is doing border security that makes sense that is cost effective and not doing something that is basically the fulfilling of half a campaign promise. Remember, the other half was Mexico was going to pay for it. This whole shutdown is about us paying for it. Not mexico. Maine, Senator Angus king expressing the sentiments of many Democrats in an address to the conference of mayors in Washington DC house speaker Nancy Pelosi explained it this way congressional Democrats support smart. Effective border security, but we do not support the president holding the health safety and paychecks of the American people hostage again to a campaign applause line Senator Schumer says of the issue for the president was really about security as he claims some eight hundred thousand federal workers wouldn't be furloughed right now or forced to work without pay hurting TSA hurting border patrol hurting FBI agents air, traffic control is food safety inspectors coast guard members they deal with our security right now speaker Pelosi made it clear the giving the president his border wall. We'll set a dangerous precedent. There are serious and justified concern that this president with chat down the government. Anytime. He does not get his way legislatively that is why we must hold the line on this shutdown and the two votes in the Senate are coming on the thirty four th day of the partial government shutdown and just one day before federal workers could miss another paycheck. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Nineteen till our jimbohannon pro. Some problems associated with the impasse in Washington. We're joined by Dr David Oualalou, he's under international geopolitical consultant, former international security analyst NFC website, analysis dot global analysis dot global to offer some thoughts about where we stand in regard to escalating problems from the government shutdown. We of course, have heard from FBI agents warning of impacts on efforts to stop terrorism a sex and drug trafficking. The like does it go beyond that, Dr Oualalou? Yes. To a degree it will it just because they're going to have to figure out. What is the endgame here? My guess would be the within every federal agency. There is a certain amount of wiggle room a certain amount of of budget juggling that can be done, but that over the past thirty plus days, most of the agencies have done about all of that that they have that's correct for the except for the department of defense department of defense to my knowledge plans for the whole budget for the year, and Dan, I'm gonna worry about issues like that agencies. Yes, it's thirty days. Like you like you idle see this dragon be on the February because otherwise it's gonna turn into something else. If in fact, we have now complaints again on issues of terrorism and sex and drug trafficking and even more immediate. Now, we've had now TSA agents at one point up to ten percent. Calling in sick. Once you start having a few airports that that grind to a halt without proper security and flights get grounded and people are stranded in airports. This is gonna come to an end real fast. It will become an issue because that at the same time, we're gonna be asking the question and the question would it be calm is if security requires the shutdown called shutdown itself to become the national security once you started having seen issues at the airports and so forth. Wherever I hope we don't have to get to the point. Issue. Would it be resolved within the next few days? If there is a will and determination, politically speaking to get this issue results for the sake of the country when you appear to my nighttime talk show. You offered thoughts about two things that bothered you in particular, one indebtedness causing people to possibly lose their security clearances and declared says are are handed out their very expensive to grant to someone. So if you lose those people that's a lot of wasted money in the second one had to do with the credibility of the country if you could amplify on those two well, the credibility of the country because the way I see it as a geopolitical analysts usually think in terms of how are we going to be perceived? In other countries, where their foes, our enemies doesn't matter at this point because our credibility is in line. And the idea is that we are sending a signal that our government is fragmented, our the two main branches of the government can communicate. And that's usually if you are the end me over the states, you'll be thinking in terms of that's good for me as a way of strategizing for how I can create more chaos. That would be the issue that I will be concerned about the most. And because at some point, you know, the United States here was the beacon of hope for all countries and so forth. And now all of a sudden we have in this at home countries used to reach out to us to assist and help. And now we're dealing with this at home like it's almost like a family. We couldn't sold out our own issues. Dr David Oualalou, his website, again analysis dot global.

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Nine to nineteen ninety five. He's a democrat. But we are leading on his experiences negotiator today to talk about how to reach an agreement to end the government shutdown, and I should also note that of course, the Senator was the United States special envoy for Middle East peace from two thousand nine to two thousand eleven Senator Mitchell now, of course, I'm not suggesting at all that the situation in Northern Ireland is the same as what was happening in Washington and Northern Ireland. We had decades of terrible violence, you could even say centuries, right, depending on your perspective we had many parties as well. Several different governments in different different groups at at play. Okay. But, but I'm wondering are there specific things that you were you manage to do to reach the Good Friday agreement that might apply at all here over the current shut down. I mean, I was if I remember correctly, even I don't know. I don't want to call it a small thing. But the if I remember correctly, you you picked a date of Good Friday nineteen ninety eight for some kind of agreement to help you sensually gave all the parties a deadline, and they work to cause something like that work here. Well, circumstances are not the same in that respect. Remember that deadline was comb nation of several years of negotiation, and it was spiraling to failure. There was an uptick in violence tit-for-tat assassinations, the talks were collapsing. So it was actually a desperation move on my part. I don't think the same circumstance applies here. But the eight hundred thousand federal workers. Out of work and not getting paid. I think SUV as a not comparable, but a relevant deadline for the for the president and for the democratic leadership. This just keep going as it is when you get into this kind of squabble at this level. I think everyone loses I think the president is losing support. I think the democratic leader surprised losing support. And at some point members of the public say of pox on both your houses and don't look at the specific details that are being to go. She ate. So I think there's a pressure for them to move forward. You mentioned earlier in your discussion with the reporter from politico about Senator McConnell Giardi leader, he was dealt a serious negative. Bo a couple of weeks ago when he got the Senate to pass unanimously every single Senator supported legislation in the belief. He thought that the president would sign it. Well, then between the passage and the signing the president took some flack from members of the more conservative wing of his party. He changed his mind. And so Senate McConnell went into a defensive and really kind of silent mode for a couple of weeks. So I think this now gives him the opportunity to reassert himself to reinject himself into the process. I think you will present the president's Bill, but I think what he's doing. And it's it's happened. Historically, many times is he's not just going to present the presence Bill. He's going to add to it features that he think will make it difficult for Democrats to vote against it. No relief for hurricanes and other disasters. Pick out some in a state of a particular democrat who may be vulnerable and kind of dare him to vote against that. So I think he'll present a Bill loaded with other attractive items. To try to get this passed and it takes center stage. I don't think it's likely to pass, but it could serve as Senator Warner suggested the basis for further negotiation. No matter what anybody says they have to negotiate at some point. And they have to try to bring this to a close. Well, so Senator Mitchell there's no official mediator right at right now, but we do have advisors and and influential people surrounding la- leaders on on all sides of this issue..

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And it's it becomes much more of a macro economic issue and complicated by all sorts of global trends that most of which are out of our control your kind of part in the Senate is Senator Mike Enzi, he'll the budget committee over there. Republican of Wyoming. How do you plan to work with him? Well, I don't know that Senator Enzi we're supposed to have a phone call pretty soon, and I look forward to talking with him. I think one of the things that I've learned in watching the Senate, and particularly watching my fellow Kentucky Senator McConnell, the majority leader is that when when it comes to crunch time. Mitch is pretty good at negotiating the right kind of deals and hope he's still able to do that. I'm a little bit worried about his being differential to President Trump right now because President Trump's a lot more popular in Kentucky than Mitch is and Mitch Esther run in twenty twenty. But again, a hope that he and Senator Enzi, and and the others who Bob and spending decisions and budgeting decisions on the Senate want to work together. We had a really really good working relationship with Republicans on this joint select committee on the budget. And and I hope that that commodity, and that willingness to be very very nonpartisan will continue. What's part rule? Well, the Gephardt rule is that you that basically if you if you spend too much money that you actually do raise the debt ceiling, and that's again, one of the things that was considered. In this joint committee, and unfortunately, didn't make didn't have the requisite number of you. Now have the power as the chair to reinstate it. We can do. Unicameral basis. I don't think that's going to help much. So. The other thing that this committee. This bipartisan committee discussed wasn't any biannual budget. Yeah. I'm very supportive of that. I actually cosponsored legislation in the last congress to do that. Obviously, it's not a whole lot of difference thinking two years down the road than one. But it actually does at least train you mentally to think the today, and it also allow would allow the budget committee's greater time to do the kind of oversight is necessary. So you weren't doing a budget resolution every year, it would have been biennial budget. So we would have been setting spending limits for two years, the appropriations committee would still meet every year and actually appropriate funds on an annual basis that was one of the recommendations that was almost unanimously approved by the joint select committee, but since we couldn't get the package to the floor. It's probably dead for awhile. But Steve Almac who's the current chairman of the budget committee, and I introduced a Bill dealing with that and by itself, so maybe we can get some action on that what other reforms could you make the budget process? We haven't been able to. There were a lot of suggestions to do. Kind of automatic triggers and penalties if you didn't pass a budget by this amount of you didn't have a certain number appropriations bills done by this amount members couldn't travel or those types of things. I don't think that's really responsible either. Either do our jobs are not we one of the things that came out of this discussion, and we had many hearings and we've been doing this all year. Most is that basically it's the problems with budgeting and appropriations aren't structural. There's some what things we could do to make them smoother adjusting, the fiscal year was one of the ideas that a lot of people thought was worthy. But it's basically a question of having the political courage and determination to do it. Congressman John Yarmuth. Thank you. My pleasure. Grad a good to be with you. Next Representative Nita Lowey of New York who will take over as appropriations committee chair. The committee has been around since eighteen sixty five the first appropriations Bill was four. Six hundred thirty nine thousand today's appropriations.

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"It's seven thirty in good morning to you on Patrick Osborne. Topping Austin's news as a government shutdown looms the house passes a spending Bill including money for a border wall clock ticks on a midnight deadline. The spending Bill now heads to the Senate where it faces an uncertain future. Sixty votes are needed to break it filibuster, and that would require help from Democrats minority leader Chuck Schumer pointing the finger at President Trump. He said in front of us. He'd be proud to shut down the government. It is nothing to be proud of Republican. Congressman Jim Jordan, a member of the house freedom caucus press for the border wall money. This is our last best chance to do what? Everyone knows is just good common sense without resolution more than eight hundred thousand federal workers will be facing furloughs forced to work without pay in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News Defense Secretary. Jim Mattis is walking away from the Trump administration following clashes with the president over the abrupt withdrawal of US troops from Syria. Madison tried to convince the president to keep us forces in Syria or there. Helping fight Islamic state militants. But the president announced this week all of the roughly two thousand American troops will pull out in the Pentagon has now also planning to withdraw several thousand troops from Afghanistan. Madison argued against it for months and the president had held off on a pullout intil now AP correspondent saga megani? Their Texas Senator John Cornyn time as the majority whip is drawing to a close Cornyn was the whip for six years, and he's being term limited out Cornyn says he accepts that and he will continue to serve on the Senate finance judiciary and intelligence committees. Senator McConnell has asked me to be a what he calls a counselor, which means I'll be at the leadership table, not as an elected member of leadership, but somebody who can be an advisor to the Senator McConnell in the Senate leadership when it comes to how we we run. Our business is also seeking re-election Eric like NewsRadio KLBJ Austin school district police chief, Ashley, Gonzaga. Alice hasn't arrest has been made in connection to the vandalism last week at Bowie high school that left around one hundred windows and doors broken almost two hundred thousand dollars in damage and kids out of class for two days. During finals, it's all says, it was a juvenile hasn't said whether or not the vandals also a student at the school there has been no name released as of yet. An Austin police commander Jason duster Hof has been fired by the department for allegedly strangling a woman during an intimate encounter. Mr. house lawyer Jason the sewer says they have already started the appeal process under the circumstances. He wants his job back, and he doesn't wanna lose anything in the form of vacation salary. You know, he wants to be compensated back where everything is if he was working the entire time says if the DA's office couldn't see enough of a case to prosecute. There's no way APD could come up with enough to fire. His client department memo reports while there is no evidence of did anything illegal the refused associate with people may tarnish their name. John Cooney, NewsRadio KLBJ the American Heart Association, donate CPR kits to to Austin schools both keeling middle school and Reagan high school now have these kits which contain ten. CPR training dolls, and it is now seven thirty three..

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"I went to share a question from one of the young people here, Jack it less. Wrote looking back with the benefit of hindsight. What would you have done differently to deal with an obstructionist congress, particularly Senator McConnell? But we can leave him out of it. If you don't want to name name. I won't go there. But. I will say as I've been honestly reflecting on this and writing about it. That the big factor. The big challenge that we faced was the filibuster. And it's a weird thing because it's not something that the average American spends a lot of time thinking about it. Interestingly enough doesn't get talked about are examined much even by the pundits. It's a given that this extra constitutional thing. That says you have to have sixty votes to get anything passed. That arose sort of as an accident. Aaron Burr who at the time was presiding over the Senate. Apparently had bad judgment on a range of things. Sort of decided that of. You could get rid of the motion to proceed and various Robert rules of ordered a close debate. And what involved then is now a supermajority requirement essentially to get anything passed. It requires sixty votes would the exception of of the changes that were made finally with confirmations as a consequence of some of the obstruction that took place. We should think you agree that we should eliminate the filibuster. That's where I was going. But thank you, David. I guess I wasn't getting there fast enough. The same the point is that when you look at what happened in two thousand nine two thousand ten we had. Fifty eight votes than Al Franken comes in. And we get fifty nine votes and then four four months, we had sixty votes and. Arlen Specter because well, and then there was a temporary, right? Right. The temporary Kennedy. So for four months of my entire presidency. I had sixty votes. The rest of the time. We could not get anything passed unless we got at least one Republican vote. And if you had a situation in which the other party buttressed by. Everything from the right wing media to the coke brothers and various other groups that were actively mobilized very quickly early on to to ensure that any Republican who crossed party lines was punished and challenged in that environment. It is. It is. I think a reasonable argument to make that that we should have added discussion at least about whether this Bill of BUSTER process should continue. Now, keep in mind that a lot of senators light the filibuster because it's what gives individual senders power gives them additional leverage. They would not have they would not have given up easily. But yeah, the original design of the constitution. Of. Ensured sufficient checks and balances in part by having a bicameral legislature. And by having. The senate. Not originally not directly elected by popular vote. But even now a Wyoming has two boats and sodas, California. So it's the already have a range of of counter majoritarian. Structures embedded in the constitution, adding the filibuster. I think has made it almost impossible for us to affectively govern at a time. When you don't have. When you have at least one party that is not willing to compromise on issues. We I was there when the mid-term happened in two thousand and ten well, let me ask you one thing before I get there garland. Thinking back is there anything you could have done recess appointment or otherwise to to install Justice garland, judge garland has Justice garland. No, we we looked at the possibility of recess appointment, the they're already rulings on the books that would indicate that we could not do that. And have it upheld. And part of the challenge that we never completely solved it, and I'm the first to confess I was not able to get this message effectively. Filibusters obstruction process spouse violation of norms, not calling supreme court Justice. It's just not the stuff that move people to vote. And the other side didn't get punished for whether also this assumption that Hillary was gonna win and she probably fill that seat. If if you didn't. Well, there was that assumption. But it wasn't a it wasn't a wrong. It wasn't the reason that we didn't try to get that we couldn't we couldn't focus enough attention on. On the fact that the basic norms of governance that took place. Four prior presidents. Suddenly didn't hold for us. The only time it got attention was when it was so outrageous like when a guy stands up and says you lie in the middle of a joint session of congress where people go, well, that's different..

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Fifteen. WBZ dot com station. It's five o'clock. This is CBS news on the hour. Presented by CBS's NCIS. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. The president gives the FBI the okay to go wider and the brat Kavanagh investigation problem. All of a sudden, oh, let's go back to high school. They be Chicago before high school. Mr. Trump's speaking at a political rally in Tennessee after authorizing the FBI to expand its background check on his supreme court nominee to include any one of three claims of sexual misconduct. CBS's Laura Podesta Democrats and the White House a list of twenty four people. They say should be interviewed Illinois Senator dick Durbin says Republicans are trying to push cavenaugh through the timetable was seven days. I know that Senator McConnell's in a hurry in a big hurry. He wants to get this done right away. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell scheduled a confirmation vote for Friday the same day. The FBI is expected to turn in the results of the investigation yesterday FBI. Agents interviewed Kavanagh's prep school classmate. Mark judge who said previously. He doesn't remember anything about an attack on Christine Blasi Ford at a party when they were teenagers body bags are piling up on the streets of the Indonesian island of Sulawesi where the death toll from a massive earthquake ends soon. Nami last week is up to twelve hundred thirty four reporter Jonathan head and the city of Palo across this shattered town, the excavators. Paul at impossible mountains of rubble to clear blocked roads and find him any bodies. That is still that still isn't nearly enough. Heavy equipment here or enough security to deal with desperate and increasingly angry inhabitants. Rocio gin forty corona California names read aloud on the one year anniversary of the Las Vegas shooting massacre mayor Carolyn Goodman, beautiful fifty eight people. Who've touched so many forever will live in.

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Join us in this break we have not been able to to to, reach Michael at this point. But the reaction. Does continue it is interesting what happened yesterday after President Trump and President. Putin had their press conference Senator McConnell said the Russians are not. Our friends Really not, as strong a comment is what you heard from many Democrats obviously but. You did, have John Yarmuth was very upset about the, about the press conference and and some of this breaks down along. Political lines, as you, would expect, but there are many Republicans who were who are really concerned that the president, said that. Both countries are to blame here's the thing that's really. Interesting about this I think everybody knows that everybody spying. On everybody that everybody is trying to get an advantage whether it's Russia, or Germany or the United. States or whoever. It is I mean that's the real world that we live in and. I think I think most people really understand that I do, think, though that it was it was surprising that the, president did, not stand up, and take a stronger position for his intelligence people I think that's the thing, that so many people, were concerned about now. Rand Paul. And Thomas Massie of course congressman Massey from Kentucky and Senator Paul we're a little more supportive of the president, yesterday, and what he had to say and said that it is important that we have some, kind of a dialogue and I think many many of us would agree. With that it's certainly important that we that we always talk we try to keep the lines of communication open but. I would also say that and this is. Just Joe opinion here Scott we have to call a heft call a Spade a Spade and, if there if you did read that indictment on on Friday about the. The Russian, operatives it's twenty nine pages it's it's pretty. Detailed it's pretty it is pretty definitive that the Russians That the that the the Russians were involved in in, trying to to interfere with the, two thousand sixteen election as as much, as they could I think they've done this all over the world they like to be as disruptive as they can possibly be and I think that's really the. Concern that a lot, of people had yesterday was that the. The president didn't really acknowledge that in a in. A strong way with with Mr Putin and we, know there's no way that they're going to turn over those twelve Russians, we, wouldn't expect them to you can ask sure but, you know, that's not going, to happen just as we wouldn't turn over operatives they're not going to turn, over operatives but I, think the thing that. That got. So many people upset was the president's The president not addressing the situation Well bills infrared some. Pretty strong Phillies we're getting, ready if you missed that interview you. Did about thirty five minutes ago, he had some pretty strong feelings and I think they'll be a lot. Of strong feelings tossed around today I saw we've talked with Mike lines before from CBS I, he was active on, Twitter yesterday commenting on the president really missed the ball here and had a, chance to to as Bill pointed hit the. Ball out of, the park didn't so you know history will judge whether or, not the president. Was right here and we'll see I'm sure there'll be more reaction, that continues to Orrin this morning but bills for. No fan, of what. Happened yesterday no bills not a he's? Not, Mr. raging liberal. Or anything no not at all it's not a fan and I have to say I was not a. Fan of what happened, yesterday either. It's twenty after six Joe Elliott NewsRadio.

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Senate can work well with senator mcconnell there he has for too long operated in a certain way that is erased any modicum of trust trust is the essence of the legislative process and each trust that makes its legislating is extremely extraordinarily difficult it becomes impossible in the absence of trust and mcconnell has sacrificed all trust because essentially he hasn't been trustworthy and so i was thinking about this and it seemed to me that donald trump is in part certainly in large part president because of the dysfunction which created anger in the country so he's somewhat the result of the dysfunction mitch mcconnell is the cause of the dysfunction and people say to me well you're putting too much weight on one person and i would respondent say how do you think the senate would work of lamar alexander was the republican leader i can name ten people who would be the leader in the senate with work differently all these external factors and it still comes down to people who can make a difference the book is entitled broken can the senate save itself from the country we're out of time i congratulate you on a well written book and i i hope our audience will take the time to read it thank you very much higher thank yous home ira shapiro and tom daschle this week one afterwards again the book broken ca the senate save itself and the country you can see this vision of afterward tomorrow night ten pm eastern she spent two book and again sunday evening at nine pm eastern also wants he's been twobook tv.

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To of dozens of other people who have corroborated these statements people have said that roy moore was essentially a persona non grata and the local shopping mall where he would show up in his thirties and try to hit on teenagers senator mcconnell had another to do that neither the senate leadership fund but one thing that senator mcconnell doing as the majority leader of the us senate is laying down what the standards ought to be for somebody who's going to be admitted to that body and this kind of conduct is beyond the pale and other than simply denying it over and over again roy moore has offered no credible response to what has now become dozens and dozens of people corroborating these very serious charges misconduct but if you if you are a roy more supporter and you hear mitch mcconnell talking about how big even if more wins he is going to unseat him that he's gonna create a wall are set a standard that would mean ruin more would have to vacate that seat i mean that sounds to alabama voters to supporters of roy more like mitch mcconnell is is manipulating the situation to suit his preferences will these aren't making up rules the senate does have its own rules of of self force it has its own standards that's why i'll frank in for example is now going to be subject to an ethics committee inquiry into his miss behavior the senate has rules of conduct which it is enforced this is not all that new for senator mcconnell i've been a twenty years ago when he was the chairman of the senate ethics committee he determined that senator bob packwood should be expelled for misconduct very similar to what we've seen from roy more let me ask him mitch mcconnell has also floated publicly the idea that jeff sessions could perhaps be a ride in candidate for this seed that and even more elaborate plan would be that the current acting senator luther strange who lost that primary to roy moore should resign his seat prematurely which would trigger a new special election i mean all this sounds like the establishment elites trying to change the outcome will look of a we've got credible allegations of what is basically little more than pedophilia and this was not an attempt to create a political response this is first and foremost a moment of moral claire.

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Then you should be fired you're the boss if you're the majority leader of the united states senate and sexual harassment is pervasive so pervasive the chuck grassley of iowa and christine zhila brand of new york have introduced a resolution for mandatory they call it mandatory sexual harassment training i think what they mean is mandatory antisexual harassment training training if this is going on under your nose not at all obama not at the kennedy compound not in hollywood if it's going on under your nose and you're in charge of the chamber you're in charge of the capitol police you're in charge of all these things then you should be fired and because they won't be fired they should resign why is it the not a circle single person has gone up the mitch mcconnell and said we understand your position with roy more and they can even say we agree what your position on roy more but how can it be senator mcconnell how can it be speaker ryan that this kind of tawdry even illegal activity these abuses can take place under the noses while you're the leaders of these chambers on tuesday a house committee held a hearing to examine the chambers sexual harassment policies and the senate last week passed a resolution making sexual sexual harassment training they mean antisexual harassment train you're not being trained to sexually harrass you're being trained against it sexual harassment training mandatory for senators staff and enter let me just stop there why would you need antisexual harassment training for.

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Know the senate republican leader mitch mcconnell his candidate in that race was luther strange this past week the healthcare bill was shelled are you satisfied with a job that the republican leader is doing and ease his job secure look we're in politics i i'm not sure what secure means in this town but i i i think fit w there is widespread dissatisfaction with the fact that we didn't do what we said we were going to do for seven years republicans campaigned on the platform of repealing obamacare we didn't do it and uh uh we've got to figure out what it is that we have to do internally to get our act together to make sure that that happens in to make sure that there aren't more failures like this down the road i i don't know that anyone has been able to diagnose adequately uh precisely what the pitfalls were i'm sure we will get to that senator mike lee republican of utah our guest this week on newsmakers uncease and radio what about senator mcconnell uh by i'm not sure i understand your question are you satisfied with his job and is his position secure i don't know of any movement foot to make a change in leadership nor do i know of any decision on his part to to not seek reelection as our leader uh look at any given moment uh where the lead peter within our conference stands tends to reflect where the center of gravity is within the conference in other words of the the leader is not so much the the one telling us exactly what direction to go we tend to go in the direction that the leader senses the majority of the conference wants to go and so i i don't know if at any given moment uh what we can do can always be blamed on the leader you'll see this nikki one of the issues that where there was of course that may be the biggest victory that you all in in the republican conference had this year was in confirming a justice gorsuch earlier this year but there's a ton of judicial nominations and i i know you're quite familiar with this that are sort of waiting in line many of which have now been nominated by president trump although there are some i still outstanding do you.

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"senator mcconnell" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"senator mcconnell" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"More than half among members about served under republican proposal over the house republicans have not served under republican president when you have will present a different party we're going to realize all you want to go a press conference as your go show of a 10point plan this will but now we have an actual chess to change the comfort flip somebody who will son legislation that we pass we need to get into a governing load and start thinking about actually achieving something rather than just cut of sparring and press conferences which you all all law but don't necessarily lead to outcome worthy the outcome bills val the american people of elective more republicans during the obama years at all levels of government says the nineteen quarters they wanted to go in a different direction and we have an obligation to lose on health care on deregulation which were working consis oil on some airbridge supreme court justice and during the first comprehensive tax reform sunshine genetic sucks we need to deliver oh we need to deliver and i'm going to be very fair here senator mcconnell was great on neil gorsuch and he held the line and he did the right thing i have no idea why the senate majority leader has this mysterious reluctance and resistance to just go with a simple majority which historic glee as i have pointed out is what they have done and the idea is the democrats never play fair they threaten a filibuster everything republic they wouldn't even give trump is government up until two weeks ago or a vast majority of it i don't know why they're even playing this game no i don't understand what what good governing equals great politics failing the american people how does that serve these politicians and their desire to save stay in power all they're doing is angering frustrating pistole seeing off the american electorate and they do it day in and they do it day out are we got a lot of other issues we're going to get to on the other side of this also be debating the latest at a charlet spill the bludgeoning of the president using this case and conservatives and republicans never ending we had a history of the democratic party and raised that a bet a lot of you are not even aware of and much more eight hundred nine four one sean is our number.

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