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"senator rand" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

07:37 min | Last week

"senator rand" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"This is the catch roundtable sean. Cats mccabe's here sunday morning. Who what's going on in america noel. A lot of suspicions. But i don't know and What is today. maybe he knows. we have Senator rand paul of kentucky. And he's one smart guy and good morning senator. How are you good morning. Thanks for having me glad to be with you. Tell so what are your thoughts. There's so many moving pieces going on in those last six states. What what you suspect is going on and what you suspect you know. I'm like a lot of republicans There was a survey a day or two ago said seven ten republicans you know question the legitimacy of the election them that way too because the day of the election night of the election president trump appeared to be far ahead and then drip-by-drip the more they counted the more they counted. It seems like only biden. Boats melville legitimate investigate it and they should prove to us. That is legitimate. But we've never had this many mail in ballots before it used to be have less than one percent absentee ballots and there was a problem because under worry about whether the right people voted whether they were you know living president at that address where they had mood whether they were illegal voter such a small number of folks to affect the election. But now we're talking about as much as half of the votes being held in so it's incredibly important that the votes be valid up suggested to vote the president. The vice president and their legal team is that they either need a court mandated or Tabulation that they do themselves to look at a random sample of several thousand ballots from philly several thousand ballots from pittsburgh and see what the frog rate is. Actually call up the voters and say did you vote so if you think two thousand voters find out their legal voters by researching them call him up and ask if they voted and then see what the number is. If the if the error rate or the fraud rate is significant and you multiply it out to two million. It looks like it would affect it election. Then we're gonna have to. We're going to investigate every ballot. But i don't think he's going to convince a court to do it on a few anecdotes he's gonna have to have some statistical sampling. That shows that this couldn't be widespread the liberal media saying oh well though evidence of it being widespread. Well the only way you'd gather evidence is by doing some random samples of the whole. I understand on thursday. The pennsylvania supreme court as told secretary of state he had no right to extend the voting beyond election day. Any feeling how that's gonna play on. I think that's an important ruling and it makes sense. The question will be how many votes were cast after the election. Day or came in late. I think the lead for biden's about forty six thousand you know there's fifty thousand a hundred thousand votes that came in then it's incredibly important. There's only a couple of hundred it's not as important. That's the detail. I just don't know but i think We'll have to figure out over the next couple of days. Is how many ballots did come in that period of time the court has already the supreme. Us supreme court had told them they had to segregate those votes. But the other thing is is. I've also heard that the absentee votes that were opened in pennsylvania and other places the envelope from thrown away. The is half of the evidence of whether it's legitimate or not if it doesn't have a postmark on it you of wonder how it got to you and then it's not really an absentee ballots. Mailed in you wonder if it was harvested in an illegal way but the bottom line is we need to figure out how many votes came in after the deadline. Now that the court has ruled to those real legal and that if it's a significant number we need to figure out and readjust the total since those. Those will be now illegal. Senators seems like the old fashioned way of voting was best where you have a physical machine and you just say on off these electronic systems that they put in the dominion system for instance which is owned. I understand by diane feinstein's husband in a big way and it also some relatives. Nancy pelosi the nuclear scientists in charge of programming and creating algorithms for that Who's not tracker damn. Well you know. There's been a lot of this for quite some time. A lot of support my dad beginning back in two thousand and eight felt like paper ballots. Were the most accurate and legitimate way. Vote and you actually had the paper that you could back up to vote by if there had to be a manual recount And they complained Guy evan about this and complained about the internet companies and the the evidence is some of this was done in foreign countries so yeah. There's been complaints for a long time. There was a vocal small minority that supported my dad in two thousand eight. Two thousand twelve. They talk about the idea of the possibility of corrupting the system. Wants it all becomes. Electric digitalized I think it'd be more of a call for that and You know. I like the idea of actually yet. You fill out your ballot in kentucky we do fill out are valid and it goes into a machine that counts it but i think the machine retains those paper ballots. I think it actually go back and handcuffed us paper house if they had well senator. I firmly believe. I believe in one citizen one vote and i firmly believe that we we have to do something to make sure that there's confidence in our system. Yeah i agree completely. And i think we don't do that. I think we're gonna have four years of people feeling like the election was stolen and I'm not positive one way or other. But i'd like to see the evidence and i think the president has every right to ask the votes be counted. I agree with you a hundred percent anything else. You want to tell the american people we know today. Biden's talking more about a lockdown. This is absolutely why he's gonna get terrible president if we get him he's gonna ruin the country locked house. Don't work and impact all of the evidence on mandatory mask show that they don't work either. There's about ten different countries. Venues fatty twenty that instituted mandatory masks and every one of them to a t the infection rate or the covert rate went up after the mask mandate now this is just showing that man really. All of these mitigations crowded wash air and standing six feet apart. They really don't work frankly. And the powers as wall street journal put. It is in serious. It does what it's going to do. Then it's gonna stop. It is either enough immunity among individuals in the community or vaccine but This idea that we're going to have to stay inside and you know quote on all these people saying we can't have thanksgiving and we can't see other people it's ridiculous it's wrongheaded it's not based on science and all of the data actually contradicts. That man is doing anything to stop this virus at this point. They're trying to change our way of life Senator thank you so much for coming on board today. One last sport. No i think you got it. I think we just need to realize that was coming is more opt out and do everything. I can to try to prevent biden for blocking us up and locking us down and forcing us to wear masks forever. We can't go on like this forever. I agree senator. Thank you so much for coming on this morning and We'll catch up with you again. Real gripe tanks..

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Fauci clashes with Sen. Rand Paul over NYC's COVID sucess

Today, Explained

05:09 min | 2 months ago

Fauci clashes with Sen. Rand Paul over NYC's COVID sucess

"This coronavirus has been politicized from the jump in the United States. But this week's pandemic politics have been particularly jarring. It started on Monday. The CDC pulled guidance from its website that said that this virus mainly spreads by air guidance that they only posted. Friday guidance widely accepted as fact in the scientific community but the CDC pulled it and said, it had been posted in error not a great look lots of unanswered questions. Then on Wednesday Dr Steven Hahn Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration appeared before the Senate to reassure the nation that the vaccine approval process would not be politicized that a host of experts outside the organization would weigh in before any approvals were granted almost immediately after that happened president trump said in a briefing that may or may not happen and that the whole. Thing sounded quote like a political move at that same Senate hearing Wednesday we saw something rare Dr Anthony Fauci. The country's top infectious diseases. Experts seem to lose his cool with Senator Rand Paul. You've been a big fan of Cuomo in the shutdown. New York lauded New York for their policy New York had the highest death rate in the world. How can we possibly be? Jumping up and down and saying Ho Governor Cuomo did a great job hit the worst death right in the world no you misconstrued that Senator and you've done that repetitively in the past they got hit very badly. They've made some mistakes right now if you look at what's going on right now, the things that are going on in New York to get their tests. Positively one percent or less is because they are looking at the guidelines that we have put together from the task force of the four or five things of masks social, distancing outdoors more than indoors avoiding crowds and washing hands, or they've developed enough community immunity that they're no longer having the pandemic because they have enough immunity in New York, city tax challenged that senator. Free. Please Sir I would like to be able to do this because this happens with senator rand all the time you and not listening to what the director of the CDC said that in. New York twenty, two percent. If you believe twenty two percent is heard immunity I believe you're alone in that we're used to seeing heated exchanges in Congress, but this one felt different because Dr out she has been a paragon of patients during this entire pandemic we got in touch with him earlier today to ask his patience was running out but we started with what's to come with this pandemic as we head into winter. Good Morning Dr out she. Good Morning. How are you today? I'm doing well great to have you back on the show. Welcome to my closet. Okay, get good ventilation in there now be careful we don't want you fainting on me. Happy. Equinox and new season is upon us, and of course, winter is coming what's in store for the United States as as the seasons change during this pandemic well, you know it's going to be complicated because what we really need to appreciate is that as we enter into the full in the winter, a lot of things that we would have done outdoors, which is part of the public health programme the protocol a now going to have to be done indoors, which means it'll be an. Extra special challenge we often say the four or five things that really do work. If everybody implements them is wearing masks keeping a distance avoiding crowds outdoors than indoors washing hands. If everyone had done that diligently, we would not have seen some of the surges that we've seen that have given us. What I would consider is an unacceptably high background, and by background I, mean is the number of cases per day which even when they're in young people who most of whom are without symptoms, minimal symptoms nonetheless, it propagates the outbreak and you've got to get that down remember when we. Were trying to open the economy in the country a couple of months ago month and a half ago. The southern states you know literally metaphorically caught fire. And the number of daily cases were around seventy thousand with about a thousand deaths per day. Now, we're back down but you between thirty and forty. But like day you go yesterday was forty some odd thousand cases that's unacceptable as you enter the winter. If you WANNA, go into the fall in the winter and have to have the extra challenge of a potential flu season, which will have hopefully, we can mitigate it together with the fact that most people will be indoors in most climates. In this country, it's an extra challenge I would like to get that baseline way down way down in a few thousand, not thirty or forty thousand.

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Senator Capito to self-quarantine for 14 days after possible COVID-19 exposure

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Senator Capito to self-quarantine for 14 days after possible COVID-19 exposure

"Has been forced to self quarantine after exposure to the Corona virus. Senator Shelley Moore Capitol of West Virginia, says she recently learned she had come into contact with an individual who had tested positive for the virus. Capital also says in a statement she's been tested and we'll share the results of that test once they become available. Capital is one of several senators who had to self quarantine since the pandemic began so far, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky is the only one to test Positive for Copan 19 to others tested positive for antibodies, meaning they had been exposed to the virus buying

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Senate fails to advance slimmed-down GOP coronavirus relief bill

BBC World Service

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Senate fails to advance slimmed-down GOP coronavirus relief bill

"Senate Democrats have defeated a Republican bill that includes Corona virus relief for school, small businesses and the unemployed Senator Rand Paul was the only Republican to vote against the $300 billion measure yesterday. Democratic lawmakers suggest the GOP proposal is stingy on aid for state and local government and individual Americans. They're calling for $3 trillion Plan on spending in any new relief package.

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G.O.P.’s Scaled-Back Stimulus Bill Fails in Senate

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

G.O.P.’s Scaled-Back Stimulus Bill Fails in Senate

"To pass a scale back skinny version of the GOP Corona virus. Bill corresponded Elizabeth shows a Republican scaled back stimulus bill needed 60 votes to pass the Senate. It only got 50 to the Senate's failure to advance the plan makes it increasingly unlikely an agreement on more Corona virus relief will be reached before the election. Democrats all voted against the plan, arguing the economy needs much more aid. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was able to unify a majority of Republicans to vote in favor of the proposal. Senator Rand Paul was the only GOP member to vote against the bill. Slimmed

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Florida man is charged with attacking an officer escorting Rand Paul from the White House

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Florida man is charged with attacking an officer escorting Rand Paul from the White House

"And you've probably seen the video of Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul and his wife surrounded by a mob as they left the White House last Thursday night after the Republican National Convention concluded. Police have arrested a Florida man and charged him with punching a police officer in the face as that officer tried protecting the Paul's 27 year old Brennan sermon was seen on body camera footage attacking the officer. He's now out of jail on bail. If convicted, he could face six months in prison up

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Trump holds rally in New Hampshire

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 3 months ago

Trump holds rally in New Hampshire

"President Trump has been holding a rally tonight in New Hampshire, the first of the general election. Now that the convention's air over the president went after D C Mayor Muriel Bowser, blaming her for the heckling that happened to some guests who were leaving the White House following last night's Republican National Convention and his acceptance speech and we're looking at the whole situation in D. C. And tonight. I have a lot of people gathering. Let's see how that works out. They have to be able to manage their affairs. They get a lot of money. She's always looking for money. Could we have more money? What are you gonna waste A gun? I mean, spend it on. What? You gonna waste it on mayor. And then our people walk out, and these are people from all over the world. They walked, including Congress, by the way. They walk out. And they get accosted. They get abused. They get spit on. It's a disgrace. Kentucky Senator Rand Paul says he and his wife were attacked but what he describes as a crazed mob while leaving the RNC in the White House last night, he says he had to be escorted away from the event by

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Protests outside White House during Trump speech

Jay Talking

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Protests outside White House during Trump speech

"Will March on Washington today, calling for police accountability, including the families of Eric Garner, Briana Taylor and George Floyd. Marchers also protested outside the White House during the president's speech last night and confronted Trump supporters leaving the White House including Senator Rand. Paul says he was attacked by what he calls an angry mob near the White House and have to be rescued by police. In the aftermath of the most recent police shooting of a black man Jacob Lake in Wisconsin. Sources tell CBS News the F B. I has sent special agents here to Kenosha to help with the investigation. The officers involved in the shooting and Blake shooting have been placed on leave. None have been charged. Wisconsin officials say they are fully cooperating with the investigation. Correspondent

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Day 2 at GOP convention: a first lady, a pardon, Pompeo

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Day 2 at GOP convention: a first lady, a pardon, Pompeo

"Day two of the Republican National Convention include speakers praising president trump denouncing Democrats in his speech Kentucky senator rand Paul noted president trump signed a bill that reversed a federal criminal justice law backed by then senator Joe Biden the first real reform in a generation and one that sought to undo the harm that others like Joe Biden of done trump's top economic adviser Larry Kudlow insisted the economy is bouncing back a V. shaped recovery is pointing to better than twenty percent growth in the second half of this year another speaker Mary Ann Mendoza whose son was killed in a car crash involving an immigrant in the country illegally was dropped after it was learned she directed her Twitter followers to a series of online anti semitic conspiratorial messages I'm to acquire

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Day 2 at GOP convention: a first lady, a pardon, Pompeo

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Day 2 at GOP convention: a first lady, a pardon, Pompeo

"Day two of the Republican National Convention include speakers praising president trump denouncing Democrats in his speech Kentucky senator rand Paul noted president trump signed a bill that reversed a federal criminal justice law backed by then senator Joe Biden the first real reform in a generation and one that sought to undo the harm that others like Joe Biden of done trump's top economic adviser Larry Kudlow insisted the economy is bouncing back a V. shaped recovery is pointing to better than twenty percent growth in the second half of this year another speaker Mary Ann Mendoza whose son was killed in a car crash involving an immigrant in the country illegally was dropped after it was learned she directed her Twitter followers to a series of online anti semitic conspiratorial messages I'm to acquire

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Louisville City Council unanimously passes "Breonna's Law" banning no-knock warrants

KYW 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Louisville City Council unanimously passes "Breonna's Law" banning no-knock warrants

"Yesterday the Louisville metro council voted twenty six to zero to band no knock warrants in the city and Kentucky Republican senator rand Paul was introduced legislation to ban the practice nationwide it's one example of police reform amid ongoing protests against racial discrimination in law enforcement cheers erupted in Louisville Kentucky after the city council voted to ban the use of no knock warrants in the wake of Brianna Taylor's death she wanted to do was save lives so with this law so get to continue to do that Taylor was fatally shot by officers who burst into her home in the middle of the night in March today the Minnesota state legislature starts a special session to tackle police reform the community is telling all of us what they want governor Kim wall's endorse legislation limiting the use of force and expanding de escalation training Michael George

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Louisville bans no-knock warrants after Breonna Taylor's death

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Louisville bans no-knock warrants after Breonna Taylor's death

"Cheers erupted on the streets of Louisville as hundreds of people watch the city council unanimously passed a ban on no knock warrants Benjamin Crump represents the family of Brianna Taylor woman killed as police mistakenly executed a no knock warrant at a home this is the opportunity as her mother said to save lives and you're also forces Louisville metro police to activate body cameras five minutes before taking any action senator rand Paul plans to introduce a federal no not banned in the U.

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Anti-lynching bill stalls in Senate as emotions run high

Doug Stephan

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Anti-lynching bill stalls in Senate as emotions run high

"In an emotional exchange on the Senate floor democratic senators Cory Booker and Kamala Harris spoke out against an amendment that GOP senator rand Paul was trying to add to anti lynching legislation Paul appealed that the bill is too far reaching this bill would expand the meaning of lynching to include any bodily injury including a cut an abrasion or a bruise physical pain illness or any other injury to the body no matter how temporary Mr president words have

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Rand Paul holds up passing bill that would ban lynching

Terry Meiners

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

Rand Paul holds up passing bill that would ban lynching

"On the Senate floor this afternoon Kentucky Republican rand Paul under fire over his push to amend the bill passed by the house back in February that would make lynching a federal crime senator rand Paul saying legislation should exclude anything short of quote serious bodily harm that's how he's phrasing that he says that this bill won't work in its current form it's still would cheapen the meaning of latching by defining it so broadly as to include a minor bruise or abrasion and he goes on to talk about the amendments needed for ETS this bill would expand the meaning of lynching to include any bodily injury including a cut an abrasion or a bruise physical pain illness or any other injury to the body no matter how

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Fauci warns of 'little spikes' becoming outbreaks

Michael Berry

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Fauci warns of 'little spikes' becoming outbreaks

"Dr Anthony Fauci is warning that re opening too soon during the corona virus pandemic could have devastating consequences my concern is that we will start to see little spikes that might turn into outbreaks that's what felt she told a Senate subcommittee which included Kentucky senator rand Paul Mike Bower reports senator Paul began by explaining what he described as a silver linings of corona virus outbreaks at meat packing plants namely his unproven believe the people who get covered nineteen gain immunity then he took aim at voucher directly in as much as I respect to Dr Fauci I don't think you're the end hall I don't think you're the one person I guess to make a decision about you the director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases and the government's top infectious disease expert pointed out to rand Paul doctor of ophthalmology that never made myself out to be the end all and only voices this I give advice according the best scientific

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Dr. Anthony Fauci counters Trump claims amid COVID-19 crisis

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:48 min | 7 months ago

Dr. Anthony Fauci counters Trump claims amid COVID-19 crisis

"The testimony we heard yesterday from from all the officials were particular. Dr Franchi like a bucket of cold. Water on what? The president is relentless tone of late to try to push the nation to restart the economy to reopen on number of points in Dr Frederick. He wasn't dealing with politics. He never once said these words that the president was wrong. He didn't turn to any sort of attacks. In fact he was very careful the way he spoke as he always is and he stuck to the principles and they were in the guidelines and the science and the medicine and there are though some a few clear warning signs he suggested that a vaccine which the president has been suggesting suddenly might be available. By Year's end he said to be a year or two or more away he he suggested that when pressed by Senator Rand Paul on a rather contentious exchange he said that while we they scientists. Believe that if you have Kovic nineteen you will have immunity afterwards. If you recover that they didn't know that for certain just yet he certainly tried to pump the brakes a little bit on the ideas that schools could resume this fall universities in particular and then on one thing that was particularly striking is he talked about the death. Count and we. We've heard the president know we've now well over eighty thousand and the president privately has been suggesting he thinks that's too high that he believes that those numbers are inflated he sa- cast a little bit of doubt on this publicly but privately even more so suggesting that the media and others were try to pump up the numbers a little bit to make him look at Dr Phil she went and the exact opposite direction saying that we probably have a significant. In his opinion a significant undercount a number of deaths that it's far higher than those that we know that some American deaths we'll never perhaps ever be accounted for. But they were to blamed on this virus

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Senate Hearing Recap: Reopening Amid The Coronavirus

NBC Nightly News

06:00 min | 7 months ago

Senate Hearing Recap: Reopening Amid The Coronavirus

"Tonight. A dire warning from Dr Anthony FAUCI reopening the country too soon during the corona virus crisis will cost lives. There is a real risk that you will trigger an outbreak that you might not be able to control which in fact have reduc sickly will set you back not only leading to some suffering and death. It could be avoided. Could even set you back on the road to TRY TO GET ECONOMIC RECOVERY. A reality check from the nation's top infectious disease expert which stands in stark contrast to president. Trump's push to reopen the country. Tuesday Senate hearing unlike any before with the witnesses and many senators appearing remotely by conference an all-too-familiar precaution in the pandemic four of the nation's top health officials responsible for the Federal Response Dr Fallacy. Cdc Director Robert Redfield FDA Commissioner Steven Hahn and Admiral Brett Jarar offering their unfiltered assessments among the takeaways. Dr Faucher cautioning. It's a bridge too far to expect Corona virus treatments or a vaccine in time for the fall school semester the head of CDC could not say when the agency will finally released detailed advice to states. About how and when to reopen public places like schools churches and restaurants. When is it going to be released? Because states are reopening right now and we need this additional guidance to make those decisions. I do anticipate this broader guidance. Oh It'd be posted on the CDC website. Soon I soon isn't terribly helpful. And Dr Ci says the already staggering corona virus. Death toll is likely higher than what's reported the official statistic. Dr Faucher is that eighty thousand Americans have died from the pandemic. There are some epidemiologist who suggests the number may be fifty percent higher than that of what do you think. I'm not sure Senator Sanders if it's going to be fifty percent higher but most of us feel that the number of deaths are likely higher than that number. There may have been people who died at home. Who did have who are not counted as Kobe because they never really got to? The hospital. Tuesday's hearing grew tense at times with Republican. Senator Rand Paul clashing with Dr Jason. We can listen to your advice but there are people on the other side. Tangiers not going to be a surge and then we can safely open the economy and I have never made myself out to be the end all and only voice of this. I'm a scientist. A physician at a public health official. I give advice. According the best scientific evidence as Democrat seized on shortcomings in the trump administration's response resident trump must acknowledge that the several responses in sufficient and that more people are dying as a result but there was one point of bipartisan agreement. One thing that's abundantly clear. We need dramatically more testing. Would our country had done so far. Intesting is impressive but not nearly enough. I find are testing record. Nothing to celebrate whatsoever now. The White House has made progress in expanding the country's testing capabilities in recent weeks though public health experts warned that millions more tests per week are needed to safely reopen. The Country Lester. Alright Jeff Bennett to the White House. Thank you and one of the most striking moments from Dr found today was during an exchange about kids and the risk of corona virus it comes as NBC News has learned the CDC is preparing to issue an alert to doctors nationwide about the signs and symptoms of that mystery. Illness believed linked to Cova. Nineteen with more. Here's Kristen Dahlgren. Today in Washington a tense exchange over kids and covert and what it means schools. Consider reopening much as I respect you doctor Pal. I don't think you're the end hall. I don't think you're the one person I guess to make a decision whether it's a huge mistake if we don't open the schools in the fall. I think we'd better be careful if we are not cavalier in thinking that children are completely uneven the deleterious effects but I am very careful and hopefully humble and knowing that I don't know everything about this disease the nation's top infectious disease doc pointing to the new inflammatory disease that appears to be impacting small but growing number of children today spokesperson for the CDC saying it's preparing a nationwide alert to help track pediatric multi-system Inflammatory Syndrome. Symptoms can include prolonged fever rash abdominal pain and the inflammation can attack organs like the heart or kidneys. At least three children died in cases now suspected in at least fourteen states New York now has one hundred cases it's probably in other states And probably hasn't been diagnosed yet in other states because again these children don't present the usual Kovic symptoms. Doctors say the syndrome appears to be a delayed inflammatory response to the virus. It's severe. It is the very rapidly in these children so they can go from having fevers to suddenly deteriorating over a short period of time fortunately their treatment that seemed to be working along today. Josie past fan went home after days in the. Icu recused just to recognize the symptoms. Get your child there so that they can get the treatment and new evidence today. Even kids without the inflammatory syndrome can get sicker with Cova. Nineteen than I thought. A new study from children's national found of one hundred seventy seven kids who tested positive one in four required hospitalization. Nearly forty percent of those had no underlying condition overall children are a fraction of those most seriously impacted by Cova but tonight growing evidence against the Assumption. They are completely safe.

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Rand Paul says states need to lift restrictions

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Rand Paul says states need to lift restrictions

"Virtual committee hearing lasted for several hours you need those senators and health officials the first time to look at the outbreak on what's working what's not and what's next senator rand Paul who is one of the first in Congress to test positive for coronaviruses states need to lift restrictions and adapt to the virus threat he was one of the few senators in the chamber for the hearing and telling reporters outside the local government should step up gotta open up business we gotta let people go and we're not gonna live in a perfect world without infectious disease were still going to have it but we got open economy

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Fauci warns of serious consequences if US reopens too soon

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Fauci warns of serious consequences if US reopens too soon

"Dr Anthony Fauci is warning of needless suffering information re opens too soon with the virus pandemic still raging at extraordinary Senate hearing felt she told lawmakers via video conference while self quarantining he worries cities and states might trigger outbreaks they cannot control if they skip over recommended checkpoints and open too soon the consequences could be really serious the testimony from algae and other health experts comes as president trump praises states that are re opening and criticizes those holding back even as felt she warned of the risks I don't think you're the end hall I don't think you're the one person I guess to make a decision GOP senator rand Paul said there should be some humility and knowing what's best for the economy Paul was among the few senators and the hearing room while many ask questions remotely Sager make ani Washington

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"senator rand" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"senator rand" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"GOP senator rand Paul of Kentucky has blocked a bipartisan bill that would ensure the nine eleven victims compensation fund never runs out of money the question the seventy year time frame and he said any new spending should be offset by corresponding cons New York City Council speaker Cory Johnson tweeted how do you sleep at night senator our heroes who stepped up bravely and selflessly after the country was attacked are suffering and dying you are a shame senator Kerr stern John Brown passing this bill won't stop people from dying or from getting sick but it will take the weight off the backs of the family about whether the government will stand by them and provide the financial resources they desperately need and that they desperately earned senator Chuck Schumer us not to get this done now for us to go home without this bill being passed which show that America is not the America we think it is and wanted to be and love it would show that politics in Gulf things even the most sacred things like these first responders we cannot let it happen we won't let it happen Schumer Angela brand urging Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to schedule a vote as early as tomorrow they say they want a clean bill nothing attached to any other measure wins news time nine forty five the WFAN sports desk here's Bob Buechler polo baseball tonight at the stadium all those storms forced a postponement between the Yankees in the race so they'll make it up by playing two games tomorrow and it will be a story double header old fashioned all had our first game begins at three o'clock tonight schedule Yankee starter with the main Kerr Amman he will pitch game one tomorrow O. J. half was supposed to push tomorrow night for the Yankees but he will instead be pushed back in the eighties in game two tomorrow we'll go with an open area will be Chad green the Mets are on their way to separate Cisco after sweeping a two game series today in Minnesota for TiVo for was the final most runs the Mets are scored in a game this season the previous high was eleven the Mets scored twelve runs over the final three innings today they won four in a row and they play their next four in San Francisco for game series against a team that you know we can we can do some more damage against and and continue to strive for our goal and that's to make the postseason look Morgan closer we're inching closer and closer it's not out of the realm of possibility and and that's where were focusing our sights on is given of the post season this year nat is Mickey Callaway as his team is now seven games below five hundred they got home runs today from a man Rozario dom Smith and Pete Alonso Zaria was for for for he told Winfrey Smith at the big home run his patient three run shot give the mess the lead in the seventh Alonso with the most impressive home run of the season four hundred seventy four feet in landed in the third deck of target field will be noticed the guard taken the start tomorrow against Madison Bumgarner as a mass plate giants team that has won four in a row the giants today completed the sweep of the Rockies eleven eight the Mets are traded pitcher Wilmer font the blue jays for cash considerations of the Yankees have acquired a fast outfielder terrorists gore from the wells they've assigned for now the triple a sports at fifteen and forty five round the clock five you slur ten ten wins sports how do barbecues and pool parties means this summer has begun at aviator sports events center with thirty thousand square feet of backyard space how full barbecue menu and huge above ground pools make either sports.

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"senator rand" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"senator rand" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Republican Senator rand Paul says special counsel, Robert Muller's Russia probe is politically motivated and goes as far back as the Clintons. The kentucky. Lawmaker towed ABC's this week. The investigation is an example of why the US should not have special. Prosecutors he pointed to the foreign intelligence surveillance court and called it unconstitutional and the root of the problem that congress should be addressing Paul said. The types of investigations are politically motivated on both sides and go as far back as the Clintons. Superheroes continued to reign supreme at the box office avengers and game remains at the top in the. US and Canada. Earning another sixty three million dollars. The latest installment in the marvel comics franchise has made over seven hundred twenty three million dollars in North America since its release three weeks ago and second places Pokemon detective Pika chew which sold. Fifty eight million dollars worth of tickets in its debut weekend. Coming in third is the new Anne Hathaway rebel Wilson film. The hustle which opened with thirteen and a half million dollars. Rounding out this week's top five or the intruder followed by longshot another scandal at the university of southern California appears to be getting bigger several men accused university, Dr Dennis Kelly of sexually abusing gay men. Some fifty current and former students are now suing Kelly and USC they accuse a doctor of subjecting them, too, intrusive, medically unnecessary rectal exams. The lawsuit also accuses university of not working to stop the alleged abuse. Kelly denies these allegations. Remember for news anytime on demand. Eight seven hundred wwl w dot com. I'm. India Jones in his radio seven hundred wwl w on.

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"senator rand" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"senator rand" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Inspired solutions for America. Donald trump. A fraud his promises or as worthless. As a degree from Trump university. He's playing the members of the American public for suckers. He gets a free ride to the White House and all we get us a lousy hat. His domestic policies would lead to recession is foreign policies would make America the world less safe. He has neither the temperament nor the judgment to be president and his personal qualities would mean that America would cease to be a shining city on a hill. I'm convinced America has greatness ahead. And this is a time for choosing. God bless us to choose a nominee who will make that vision a reality. Thank you. And God bless you. All all, right. That was of course, Mitt Romney eight hundred nine four one Sean is a toll free telephone number. You wanna be a part of the program. Our to our Hannity political watch segment of the day. We have with us Kentucky Senator rand Paul is back with us after Romney did that it was interesting. If I remember correctly, Senator Paul and happy new year to you. I do remember Mitt Romney wanting and seek. Taking Donald Trump's endorsement and also acknowledging the Donald Trump. Kept a lot of his promises that he didn't think he was gonna keep I can go through the list of his successful conservative policies and promises made that he kept you took some bridge with what Mitt Romney did before he was even sworn in as a Senator from Utah. Well, you know, just listening to that sound clip makes me think of the word sanctimonious. I mean, how holy of mind that I'm going to cast aspersions on everyone else might characters pure, but I'm gonna make sure that everybody in the world knows that I think the president is dishonest. I just thought it was a terrible way for him to join the US Senate and really unfair to the president. I mean, really when I look at this presidency, so far president as conservative or more conservative than Reagan was and when I look back, and I hear sort of never Trumpers like Romney saying he's saying how was reminded of where Romney was on Raegan back in ninety four. He was debating Kennedy. And during the debate Kennedy was accusing him of supporting Reagan show. No, no, wait a minute. I was an independent back then. So he wasn't even claiming many supported Reagan's then later on in the Reagan term like nineteen eighty six nineteen eighty seven. He was jumping on with other saying that Reagan should. Resign. So really Romney's been a big government Republican his whole life. And now he wants to come up there and bash a conservative. I think it's a big mistake. All right. Look at twenty eighteen and real clear politics put out a really good article of the president's successes as big as biggest successes and promises kept for twenty eighteen one Breck Cavanaugh. Remember, he's the only candidate candidate that I can recall that actually gave us names of people he would appoint to the supreme court. So he kept that promise we see his confronting a China is now working it's not done yet. But they certainly backed off tariffs on cars. They're going to import soybeans and other farm products from our farmers in the in the midwest that desperately need to have those markets open. We saw the middle class their wages rise eclipsing three percent for the first time in twelve years. The president got a better trade deal with the US Mexico Canada deal. He ended the Iranian disaster nuclear deal, which he promised. Move the US embassy to Jerusalem, we see the smashing of the ISIS caliphate kept his promise on Syria. We see record low unemployment for African Americans Hispanic Americans. Asian Americans women in the workplace youth. Unemployment president holding a line. You know? I mean, these the top ten. Yeah. And I think what gets a lot of the Neo cons is. He's also keeping the promise of America. I there's only so much money. We're spending so much of it overseas. We take care of everybody from top to bottom everywhere. Right now, we spend fifty billion dollars a year in Afghanistan. And this is the first president my lifetime. Who's willing to say we won the war, we defeated the Taliban, we defeated those who attacked us we feed it those who harbored those who attacked us and seventeen years later, all we are doing is nation building over there and Trump screen, I think very brave and sameness and the foreign policy swamp has risen up, and I think. You know, they ask Romney why he did this. And I think that's part of it. He's afraid that President Trump will end the wars in the Middle East and start spending some of that money here at home. Well, I gotta tell you something. I did. My only fear is this right now, we have I think two thousand troops in Syria, one of the things, and I gotta give actually somebody like Lindsey Graham, a little credit, and I know you guys disagree on Syria and probably ghanistan, but the Afghanistan conflict been going on eighteen years. It was a draw with the former Soviet Union. My only fear is this. I only want enough resources on the ground paid for by other countries because it benefits them a lot more than us. I want intelligence forces. They've got to do their own fighting because the nine eleven commission report we can't forget they were at war with us, and we weren't at war with them. So there's the what's very important to recognize is that the Neo cons anytime. There's ever a discussion on leaving the Middle East or leaving a portion of the Middle East. They say issued leaves they will regroup. Well, that's going to be true in fifty or one hundred years what we're fighting is an Islamic radical Islamic ideology this idea of terrorism. It's an ideology that's out. There doesn't mean we always have to have on the ground and every quadrant of the Middle East. We have an amazing ability to deliver troops in a moment's notice. We have the amazing ability to deliver cruise missile in a moment's notice. We have. The world's most dominant air force. There's no reason we always have to be the boots on the ground everywhere. And after a while the mission changes, so I can Syria the original mission was defeat. Isis. The now Lindsey Graham and others say, oh, no. We're gonna stay to Iran lease Russia or Russia's been there since the forties. Russia's not leaving Syria. I don't win around leaving. But if we're staying till rant lease different parts of the Middle East. We are staying forever. We need to help our listen. I wanna I want to be very clear. Maybe I'm in the middle of both of you here. I am just saying our intelligence must remain engaged in all of these countries. I look Syria, Iran. The obviously Putin and Russia, they're bad actors. We gotta keep our eye on China, especially with their massive military buildup Afghanistan. Yeah. We've got to watch the Taliban. We don't want them reemerging as they have. I'm just saying keep our eyes on it. I am saying you gotta see threats emerging. Yeah, I'm not I'm not opposed to that. I think the president is either. For example, if the remaining fourteen thousand troops left from Afghanistan, would we still have to watch them like a hawk yes, we would have to watch them like a hawk will there be turmoil. Yes, there's turmoil now. But the thing is we will watch to see if anyone has the capability or the planning strategy to come after us, but we don't have to have troops there forever. Most of what they're doing. I talked to the president just the other day. And he was commenting now that we send a helicopter to take a schoolteacher to work every day five miles. You know, we spend, you know, I don't know what does that cost ten thousand dollars to take someone on helicopter? Rod. That's what we're doing over. There. We build a gas station that no one can see or use dangerous to go to we build a ninety million dollar hotel built the contractor ran off with the money. And now it's a danger door soldiers because the Taliban crawls up in this half built hotel and shoots down at our embassy. We are it's just crazy to keep filling money over there. And there's plenty of money if we weren't spending fifty billion dollars a year in Afghanistan. We could spend money on the wall here spend money on roads and bridges here. That's what Donald Trump won. I wanna fight wars that we have to fight them very differently than we have historically. We cannot do what we did in Iraq. Again. I we sent these kids in and I supported the battle the conflict. I thought it was the right decision. I think we're better off. But I still think the president was right in saying they need to pay our military families that lost loved ones that should always be the case where always bearing the burden the cost the blood. Our treasure will lose our kids. We can't keep sending kids into a war situation. Everybody's all gung ho three years later. It's politicized. They wanna pull out and we send them with out up armored humvees. And then what then was stupid enough to send them door to door? You know, as as one of the things that President Trump really has gotten. So with regard to the Iraq war when Hussain was gone, unfortunately. Made Iran stronger in Iran's best ally. Now is Russia and the new government of Iraq? The new government Iraq is so closely aligned Iran is more of a problem. And that's the unintended consequence that the Bush presidency did not foresee when they toppled Hussein that guess what? Now ran has more of a problem, they're stronger than they've ever been because we toppled their enemy, and because we upset the balance, and that's something President Trump is recognized for a decade or more. Maybe two decades almost since the very beginning. President Trump has talked about the Iraq war being geopolitically a foreign policy. Blunder? Let me ask you about this battle that we have over the shutdown. Maybe I'm one of the few Americans. That knows the truth that essential services or alive, and well, and the coastguards being paid or military's being paid homeland security is being paid all essential services continue grandma's getting her social security check Medicare continues. And I know that everyone tries to get all panicked and whip everybody's. Mind into a frenzy, but the reality is I think a border wall knowing this is where drug trafficking takes place. This is where criminals with with they caught thirty seven hundred terrorists in a year's time trying to cross over our borders. So for me, this is a fight worth taking a fight worth having to the end. Look, the Democrats voted last year almost all of them for twenty five billion dollars for a wall. So now, they're quibbling over. They're not gonna spend anything they're they're saying they're going to spend zero. So I think there is definitely a compromise. Be had if the president wants five billion the Democrats one zero there is something in the middle there, but historically congresses have not forbidden the president from you know, trying to build a wall or establish security on our southern border. So I think in the end it's a bold maneuver, I can tell you mostly establishment Republicans in Washington, we're ready to wash their hands of is and walk away. But he does have leverage. He also has leverage because this shutdowns different than any other recent. Shutdown. The military has already been funded. Seventy five percent of government has been funded and in the past presidents used this to their own advantage. They would go closed down the World War Two monument. You remember when they did that? All right. So how do you see this coming to an end here? And I think it's a read my lips moment for the president. I think if he caves and doesn't get a significant portion of that money that conservatives are going to be very angry. I think he has leveraged like no president has had in recent time because most of the government's open many people are not even noticing. I've noticed some of the networks are now putting on government workers saying, no, I can't go to work and provide housing for poor people all of that stuff is happening. Nothing's really I think what you'd find out. If you don't need most of these government workers after a while. But nobody's really noticing it. So here's the leverage to go on weeks and weeks and weeks. And if the compromise is somehow splitting the difference between him and the Democrats. I think a lot of people will say that's not an unreasonable outcome. No. I don't think. So we'll see what happens. All right. Take a quick break. We'll come back. Rand Paul is with us Senator from Kentucky. We'll get to your calls coming up. We also have the latest Hannity watch on border security in the very latest. We're gonna talk to the sheriff and the police chief out Newman, California as they mourn, the loss of corporal saying who died at the hands of an illegal immigrant that was in custody, but sanctuary laws prevented him from being deported..

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"senator rand" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

12:10 min | 2 years ago

"senator rand" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"More bold inspired solutions for America. Donald trump. A fraud his promises or as worthless. As a degree from Trump university. He's playing the members of the American public for suckers. He gets a free ride to the White House and all we gave us a lousy hat. His domestic policies would lead to a recession is foreign policies would make America the world less safe. He has neither the temperament nor the judgment to be president and his personal qualities would mean that America would cease to be a shining city on a hill. I'm convinced America has greatness ahead. And this is a time for choosing. God bless us to choose a nominee who will make that vision a reality. Thank you. And God bless you. All all, right. That was of course, Mitt Romney eight hundred nine four one Sean is a toll free telephone number. You wanna be a part of the program. Our to our Hannity political watch segment of the day. We have with us Kentucky Senator rand Paul is back with us after Romney did that it was interesting. If I remember correctly, Senator Paul and happy new year to you. I do remember Mitt Romney wanting and seek. Taking Donald Trump's endorsement and also acknowledging the Donald Trump. Kept a lot of his promises that he didn't think he was gonna keep I can go through the list of his successful conservative policies and promises made that he kept you took some numbers with what Mitt Romney did before he was even sworn in as a Senator from Utah. Well, you know, just listening to that sound clip makes me think of the word sanctimonious. I mean how holy that. I'm going to cast aspersions on everyone else Mike characters pure, but I'm gonna make sure that everybody in the world knows that I think the president is dishonest. I just thought it was a terrible way for him to join the US Senate and really unfair to the president. I mean, really when I look at this presidency, so far president as conservative or more conservative than Reagan was and when I look back, and I hear sort of never Trumpers like Romney saying he's saying I was reminded of where Romney was on Raegan back in ninety four. He was debating Kennedy. And during the debate Kennedy was accusing him of supporting Reagan zone. No, no, wait a minute. I was an independent back then. So he wasn't even claiming many supported Reagan then later on in the Reagan term like nineteen eighty six nineteen eighty seven. He was jumping on with other saying that Reagan should. Resign. So really Romney's been a big government Republican his whole life. And now he wants to come up there and bash a conservative. I think it's a big mistake. All right. Look at twenty eighteen and realclearpolitics put out a really good article of the president's successes as big as biggest successes and promises kept for twenty team one breath Kavanagh member he's the only candidate candidate that I can recall that actually gave us names of people he would appoint to the supreme court. So he kept that promise we see his confronting China is now working it's not done yet. But they certainly backed off tariffs on cars that are going to import soybeans and other farm products from our farmers in the in the midwest that desperately need to have those markets open. We saw the middle class their wages rise eclipsing three percent for the first time in twelve years. The president got a better trade deal with the US Mexico Canada deal. He ended the Iranian disaster nuclear deal, which you promised. Move the US embassy to Jerusalem, we see the smashing of the ISIS caliphate kept his promise on Syria. We see record low unemployment for African Americans Hispanic Americans. Asian Americans women in the workplace youth unemployment president holding line. You know? I mean, these the top ten. Yeah. And I think what gets a lot of the Neo cons is. He's also keeping the promise of America. I there's only so much money. We're spending so much of it overseas. We take care of everybody from top to bottom everywhere. Right now, we spend fifty billion dollars a year in Afghanistan. And this is the first president of my lifetime. Who's willing to say we won the war, we defeated the Taliban, we defeated those who attacked us we feed it those who harbored those who attacked us in seventeen years later, all we are doing is nation building over there and Trump spin, I think very brave and sameness and the foreign policy swamp has risen up, and I think. They asked Romney why he did this. And I think that's part of it. He's afraid that President Trump will end the wars in the Middle East and start spending some of that money here at home. Well, I gotta tell you something. I did. My only fear is this right now, we have I think two thousand troops in Syria. One of the things I gotta give actually somebody like Lindsey Graham, a little credit, and I know you guys disagree on Syria and probably Afghanistan, but the Afghanistan conflict span going on eighteen years. It was a draw with the former Soviet Union. My only fear is this. I only want enough resources on the ground paid for by other countries because it benefits them a lot more than us. I want intelligence forces. They've got to do their own fighting because the nine eleven commission report we can't forget they were at war with us, and we weren't at war with them. So I think we. But what's very important to recognize is that the Neo cons any discussion of leaving the Middle East or leaving a portion of the Middle East. They say it's leaves. They will regroup. Well, that's going to be true in fifty or one hundred years what we're fighting is an Islamic radical Islamic ideology this idea of terrorism. It's an ideology that's out. There doesn't mean we always have to have boots on the ground and every quadrant of the Middle East. We have an amazing ability to deliver troops in a moment's notice. We have the amazing ability to deliver cruise missile in a moment's notice. We have the world's most dominant air force. There's no reason we always have to be the boots on the ground everywhere. And after a while the mission changes, so I can Syria the original mission was defeat. Isis. The now Lindsey Graham and others say, oh, no. We're going to stay to Iran lease Russia. Russia's been there since forties. Russia's not Syria. I don't win around leaving. But the first staying till Aram lease. Different parts of the Middle East. We are staying forever. We need to help. Our I want to be very clear. Maybe I'm in the middle of both of you here. I am just saying our intelligence must remain engaged in all of these countries. I they look Syria, Iran. The obviously Putin and Russia, they're bad actors. We gotta keep our eye on China, especially with their massive military buildup Afghanistan. Yeah. We've got to watch the Taliban. We don't want them reemerging as they have. I'm just saying keep our eyes on it. I am saying you gotta see threats emerging. Yeah, I'm not I'm not opposed to that. I don't think the president is either. For example, if the remaining fourteen thousand troops left from Afghanistan would we still have to watch them like a hawk? Yes. We would have to watch them like a hawk will there be turmoil. Yes, there's turmoil now. But the thing is we will watch to see if anyone has the capability or the planning strategy to come after us, but we don't have to have troops there forever. Most of what they're doing. I talked to the president. The other day, and he was commenting now that we send a helicopter to take a schoolteacher to work every day five miles. You know, we spend, you know, I don't know what does that cost ten thousand dollars to take someone on? I look garage. That's what we're doing over. There. We build a gas station that no one can see or use. Because it's dangerous to go to we build a ninety million dollar hotel half-built the contractor ran off with the money. And now it's a danger door soldiers because the Taliban crawls up in this half built hotel and shoots down at our embassy. We are just crazy to keep filling money over there. And there's plenty of money if we weren't spending fifty billion dollars a year in Afghanistan, we could spend money on the wall. Here we spend money on roads and bridges here. That's Donald Trump one. See, I I I wanna fight wars that we have to fight them very differently than we have historically. We cannot do what we did in Iraq. Again. I we sent these kids in and I supported the battle the conflict. I thought it was the right decision. I think we're better off. But I still think the president was writing. And saying they need to pay our military families that lost loved ones. That should always be the case where always bearing the burden the cost the blood. Our treasure will lose in our kids. We can't keep sending kids into a war situation. Everybody's all gung ho three years later. It's politicized. They want to pull out and we send them with out up armored humvees. And then what then was stupid enough to send them door to door? You know, as as one of the things that President Trump really has gotten. So with regard to the Iraq war when Hussain was gone, unfortunately, invade Iran's stronger in Iran's best ally. Now is Russia and the new government of Iraq? The new government Iraq is so closely aligned Iran is more of a problem. And that's the unintended consequence that the Bush presidency did not foresee when they toppled Hussein that guess what? Now Iran is more of a problem, they're stronger than they've ever been because we toppled their enemy, and because we upset the balance, and that's something President Trump is recognized for a decade or more. Maybe two decades almost since the very beginning. President Trump has talked about the Iraq war being geopolitically a foreign policy. Blunder? Let me ask you about this battle that we have over the shutdown. Maybe I'm one of the few Americans. That knows the truth that essential services or alive, and well, and the coastguards being paid or military's being paid homeland security is being paid all essential services continue. Grandma's getting her social security check Medicare continues. And I know that everyone tries to get all panicked and whip everybody's mind into a frenzy. But the reality is I think a border wall knowing this is where drug trafficking takes place. This is where criminals with with they caught thirty seven hundred terrorists in a year's time trying to cross over our borders. So for me, this is a fight worth taking a fight worth having to the end. Look, the Democrats voted last year almost all of them for twenty five billion dollars for a wall. So now, they're quibbling over. They're not going to spend anything they're they're saying they're going to spend zero. So I think there is definitely a compromise. Be had if the president wants five billion the Democrats one zero there is something in the middle there, but historically congresses have not forbidden the president from you know, trying to build a wall or stab security on our southern border. So I think in the end it's a bold maneuver, I can tell you mostly established. Republicans in Washington, we're ready to wash their hands of is and walk away. But he does have leverage. He also has leverage because this shutdowns different than any other recent shutdown the military has already been funded seventy five percent of government has been funded and in the past presidents used this to their own advantage. They would go closed down the World War Two monument. You remember when they did that? All right. So how do you see this coming to an end here? And I think it's a read my lips moment for the president. I think if he caves and doesn't get a significant portion of that money that conservatives are going to be very angry. I think he has leveraged like no president has had in recent time because most of the government's open many people are not even noticing. I've noticed some of networks are now putting on government workers saying, oh, I can't go to work and provide housing for poor people all of that stuff is happening. Nothing's really I think what you find out if he don't need most of these government workers after a while. But nobody's really noticing it. So here's the leverage to go on weeks and weeks and weeks. And if the compromise is somehow splitting the difference screaming. The democrats. I think a lot of people will say that's not an unreasonable outcome. I don't think. So we'll see what happens. All right. Take a quick break. We'll come back. Rand Paul is with us Senator from Kentucky. We'll get to your calls coming up..

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"senator rand" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

12:14 min | 2 years ago

"senator rand" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"The American public for suckers. He gets a free ride to the White House, and all we get us a lousy hat his domestic policies would lead to recession his foreign policies would make America the world less safe. He has neither the temperament nor the judgment to be president and his personal qualities would mean that America would cease to be a shining city on a hill. I'm convinced America has greatness ahead. And this is a time for choosing. God bless us to choose a nominee who will make that vision a reality. Thank you. And God bless you. All all, right. That was of course, Mitt Romney eight hundred nine four one Sean is a toll free telephone number. You wanna be a part of the program. Our to our Hannity political watch segment of the day. We have with us Kentucky Senator rand Paul is back with us after Romney did that it was interesting. If I remember correctly, Senator Paul and happy new year to you. I do remember Mitt Romney wanting and. Seeking Donald Trump's endorsement and also acknowledging the Donald Trump. Kept a lot of his promises that he didn't think he was gonna keep I can go through the list of his successful conservative policies and promises made that he kept you took some bridge with what Mitt Romney did before he was even sworn in as a Senator from Utah. Well, you know, just listening to that sound clip makes me think of the word sanctimonious. I mean, how holy in mind that I'm going to cast aspersions on everyone else, Mark characterised pure, but I'm gonna make sure that everybody in the world knows that I think the president is dishonest. I just thought it was a terrible way for him to join the US Senate and really unfair to the president. I mean, really when I look at this presidency, so far president asked conservative or more conservative than Reagan was and when I look back, and I hear sort of never-trumpers like Romney saying he's saying how was reminded of where Romney was on Raegan back in ninety four was debating Kennedy. And during the debate Kennedy was accusing him of supporting Reagan NASA's. Oh, no, no, wait a minute. I was an independent back then. So he wasn't even claiming that he supported Reagan then later on in the Reagan term like nineteen eighty six nineteen eighty seven. He was jumping on with other saying that Reagan should. Resign. So really Romney's been a big government Republican his whole life. And now he wants to come up there and bash a good conservative. I think it's a big mistake. All right. Look at twenty eighteen and realclearpolitics put out a really good article of the president's successes as big as biggest successes and promises kept for twenty eight one breath Cavanaugh member he's the only candidate candidate that I can recall that actually gave us names of people he would appoint to the supreme court. So he kept that promise we see his confronting China is now working it's not done yet. But they certainly backed off tariffs on cars that are going to import soybeans and other farm products from our farmers in the in the mid west that desperately need to have those markets open. We saw the middle class their wages rise eclipsing three percent for the first time in twelve years. The president got a better trade deal with the US Mexico Canada deal. He ended the Iranian disaster nuclear deal, which he promised. Move. The us embassy to Jerusalem, we see the smashing of the ISIS caliphate kept his promise on Syria. We see record low unemployment for African Americans Hispanic Americans. Asian Americans women in the workplace youth unemployment president holding a line. You know, I mean, these top ten, and I think what gets a lot of the Neo cons is. He's also keeping the promise of America. I there's only so much money. We're spending so much of it overseas. We take care of everybody from top to bottom everywhere. Right now, we spend fifty billion dollars a year in Afghanistan. And this is the first president of my lifetime. Who's willing to say we won the war, we defeated the Taliban, we defeated those who attacked us we feed it those who harbored those who attacked us and seventeen years later, all we are doing is nation building over there and Trump spin, I think very brave and same sameness and the foreign policy swamp has risen up, and I think. Know they ask Romney why he did this. And I think that's part of it. He's afraid that President Trump will end the wars in the Middle East and start spending some of that money here at home. Well, I gotta tell you something. I did. My only fear is this right now, we have I think two thousand troops in Syria. One of the things I gotta give actually somebody like Lindsey Graham, a little credit, and I know you guys disagree on Syria and probably Afghanistan, but the Afghanistan conflict span going on eighteen years. It was a draw with the former Soviet Union. My only fear is this. I only want enough resources on the ground paid for by other countries because it benefits them a lot more than us. I want intelligence forces. They've got to do their own fighting because the nine eleven commission report we can't forget they were at war with us, and we weren't at war with them. So I think we. The what's very important to recognize is that the neo-con say any discussion of leaving the Middle East or leaving portion of the Middle East. They say they will regroup. Well, that's going to be true in fifty or one hundred years. We're fighting is in his Lamin radical Islamic ideology this idea of terrorism. It's an ideology that's out. There doesn't mean we always have to have on the ground in every quadrant of the Middle East. We have an amazing ability to deliver troops in a moment's notice. We have the amazing ability to deliver cruise missile in a moment's notice. We have the world's most dominant air force. There's no reason we always have to be the boots on the ground everywhere. And after a while the mission changes, so I can Syria the original mission was defeat. Isis. The now Lindsey Graham and others say, oh, no. We're gonna stay to Aram lease Russia. Russia's been there since forties. Russia's not Syria. I don't win around leaving toll lease. Different parts of the Middle East. We are staying forever. We need to help our listen. I wanna I wanna be very clear. Maybe I'm in the middle of both of you here. I am just saying our intelligence must remain engaged in all of these countries. I look Syria, Iran. The obviously Putin and Russia, they're bad actors. We gotta keep our eye on China, especially with their massive military buildup Afghanistan. Yeah. We've got to watch the Taliban. We don't want them reemerging as they have. I'm just saying keep our eyes on it. I am saying you gotta see threats emerging. Yeah, I'm not I'm not opposed to that. I don't think the president is either. For example, if the remaining fourteen thousand troops left from Afghanistan would we still have to watch them like a hawk? Yes. We would have to watch them like a hawk will there be turmoil. Yes, there's turmoil now. But the thing is we will watch to see if anyone has the capability or the planning strategy to come after us, but we don't have to have troops there forever. Most of what they're doing. I talked to the president just. The other day, and he was commenting now that we send a helicopter to take a schoolteacher to work every day five miles. You know, we spend, you know, I don't know what does that cost ten thousand dollars to take someone on? I look up to rod. That's what we're doing over. There. We build a gas station that no one can see or use dangerous to go to we build a ninety million dollar hotel. That's half built the contractor ran off with the money. And now it's a danger door soldiers because the Taliban crawls up in this half telling shoots down at our embassy. We are it's just crazy to keep filling money over there. And there's plenty of money if we weren't spending fifty billion year, Afghanistan, we could spend money on the wall here, we can spend money on roads and bridges here. That's what Donald Trump won. I wanna fight wars that we have to fight them very differently than we have historically. We cannot do what we did in Iraq. Again. I we sent these kids in and I supported the battle the conflict. I thought it was the right decision. I think we're better off. But I still think the president was right in saying they need to pay our military families that lost loved ones that should always be the case where always bearing the burden the cost the blood. Our treasure will lose an our kids. We can't keep sending kids into a war situation. Everybody's all gung ho three years later. It's politicized. They wanna pull out and we send them with out up armored humvees. And then what then was stupid enough to send them door to door? As one of the things that President Trump really has gotten. So with regard to the Iraq war when Hussain was gone, unfortunately, made Iran stronger in Iran's best ally. Now is Russia and the new. Government of Iraq. The government Iraq is so closely aligned Iran is more of a problem. And that's the unintended consequence that the Bush presidency did not foresee when they toppled Hussein that guess what? Now Iran is more of a problem, they're stronger than they've ever been because we toppled their enemy, and because we upset the balance, and that's something. President Trump is recognized great decade or more. Maybe two decades almost since the beginning. President Trump has talked about the Iraq war being geopolitically a foreign policy. Blunder? Let me ask you about this battle that we have over the shutdown. Maybe I'm one of the few Americans. That knows the truth that essential services or live, and well, and the coastguards being paid or military's being paid homeland security is being paid all essential services continue grandma's getting her social security check Medicare continues. And I know that everyone tries to get panicked and whip everybody's mind into a frenzy, but the reality is I think a border wall knowing this is where drug trafficking. Takes place is where criminals with with they caught thirty seven hundred terrorists in a year's time trying to cross over our borders. So for me, this is a fight worth taking a fight worth having to the end. Look, the Democrats voted last year almost all of them for twenty five billion dollars for a wall. So now, they're quibbling over. They're not gonna spend anything they're they're saying they're going to spend zero. So I think there is definitely a compromise. Be had if the president wants five billion the Democrats one zero there is something in the middle there, but historically congresses have not forbidden the president from you know, trying to build a wall or establish security on our southern border. So I think in the end it's a bold maneuver, I can tell you most establishment Republicans in Washington to wash their hands of is and walk away. But he does have leverage. He also has leverage because this shutdowns different than any other recent shutdown the military has already been funded. Seventy five percent of government has been funded and in the past. Residents use this to their own advantage. They would go closed down the World War Two monument. You remember when they did that? All right. So how do you see this coming to an end here? And I think it's a read my lips moment for the president. I think if he caves and doesn't get a significant portion of that money that conservatives are going to be very angry. I think he has leveraged like no president has had in recent time because most of the government's open many people are not even noticing. I've noticed some of it networks are now putting on government workers saying, no, I can't go to work and provide housing for poor people all of that stuff is happening. Nothing's really I think what you find out if he don't need most these government workers after a while. But nobody's really noticing it. So here's the leverage go on weeks and weeks and weeks. And if the compromise is somehow splitting the difference him. And the Democrats I think a lot of people will say that's not an unreasonable outcome. I don't think so all we'll see what happens. All right. Take a quick break. We'll come back. Rand Paul is with us Senator from Kentucky. We'll get to your calls coming up. We also have the latest Hannity watch on border security in the very latest. We're gonna talk to the sheriff and the police chief out Newman, California as they mourn, the loss of corporal saying who died at the hands of an illegal immigrant that was in custody, but sanctuary laws prevented him from being deported..

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"senator rand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"senator rand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Lies? You're saying, okay. Well, so anyway, fastest is is a thing, especially if you're a Seinfeld fan. Even though the the show has been off for quite some time still when festivus comes around. Seinfeld fans like to to celebrate it and one of the traditions of festivus is the airing of grievances. And Senator rand Paul hit Twitter a lot of people like Senator rand Paul. Yes. He's very popular the conservative side. Yes. And he's from Kentucky. Oh, we'll be Gregory don't tell him. What I said April d Gregory bashed a Kentuckians earlier in the show, but we'll we'll move on from that. So. Senator rand Paul hits Twitter for his airing of grievances on festivus April. You have some of his tweets share with everybody. Yeah. He left nothing. Unsaid stone unturned he just Wentz festivus grievances. All over congress. So he started and said, you know, it's festivus. I'm gonna just go ahead near my grievances. All right. It's everyone's favorite holiday. So he says I came to say happy festivus to my friends. Elizabeth warren. That can't fighter. You'll be surprised to learn I have some grievances with people in Washington, fellow members and others. So let's talk about them. Let's start with police. I like the president. I honestly do I know people don't believe me. But the man seems to have a problem keeping staff around him. But they solve the problem. I went to the White House the other day, and there were at least fourteen people in Mick Mulvaney, masts. Nick is a good friend of mine. In fact, a lot of people probably don't remember. He was the national co chair for my presidential campaign. Oh, probably just got him fired that went well. People are saying that the recent passage of criminal Justice reform coming home from wars. That I have a lot of influence on the president. It's true. I'm on the phone with him and got him out. But I have to tell you. I haven't got a word and over a year. I love it. Can you get to Ted Cruz? Oh, absolutely protected. By.

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"senator rand" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"senator rand" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Judicial crisis, network that ad on the. Air, in West Virginia politico has a story on one wavering Republican. Senator and it's a significant development because it. Doesn't involve Senator Susan Collins of Maine or Lisa Murkowski of Alaska it is Senator rand Paul of Kentucky who says he is quote honestly undecided on. How he will vote on the cavenaugh, nomination Daniel Lipman is, co editor of Politico's playbook he's also. A reporter earlier today I asked him to, explain what he has learned Brett Cavanaugh who is Trump's a supreme court. Nominee he's getting some fierce backlash from Senator. Rand Paul who's the main libertarian. Senator in in congress who say he he is Say that is not doesn't care. About privacy and that is he's much more. Concerned about national security and that's jeopardizing his vote for the Justice, most Republicans Said without even meeting with the Justice that. They would vote for him, and yet rand Paul is on the fence and his his Republican colleagues are furiously lobbying him to try to, change his mind and when you say privacy explain specifically what the issue is with the Republican Senator. From Kentucky So he actually is, one of the people who doesn't just, you know he has his principles and he lives by. Them and so there are, certain cases that Cavanaugh has done where he you, know in terms, of the fourth amendment to. Take the government, side much, more than other justices and so in, a rand Paul is all about the fourth amendment not getting unwanted unwarranted searches and seizures. By the government and so you know they that's something, that is really concerning if Paul aside it's every democrat he can think this nomination there, is some you know some question about some red state Democrats and. Whether they would, vote for cavenaugh to avoid getting hit for that vote in November but if rand Paul seems to be on. The fence then I think, Chuck Schumer would have an easier time and convincing those red state Democrats to, hold the, nomination and we should point out this, is a relatively new development because a lot of tension on Senator Susan Collins of Maine. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and of course Senator John McCain, who has not been in Washington since before Christmas as he continues to battle cancer Yeah and so that makes rand Paul must the deciding factor he points to a Cavanaugh 2015 opinion about Meta data collection so that's. Kind of like the content of the actual Digits that go into calls how long call is who you actually call not the actual content of the of the phone call and. Kavanagh who's a judge on, the court of appeals for the DC circuit he wrote in my view. Critical national security need outweighs the impact on privacy occasioned by this program and, so that's the critical sentence that has ticked off and just in general he thinks that cavenaugh sides with the government too much in, terms of some of these Bush, era programs where civil libertarians and liberals. They want to reveal what happened what, the, government did in our. Name and yet there are some who say Nope let's. Let's hold these hold back the public from Benin able to see it and. Also let's give the government. More latitude in what they can actually do we're talking with Dan Lipman he is. The co editor a playbook is work available online at politico dot com and let..

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"senator rand" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"senator rand" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"This is rich Steven's coming up at the next all new rich Stephen show the latest on, the, ridiculous, followed, from, the Trump. Summit and, so, much, more, so, why not get rich starting, at ten here on eight fifty WF l. South Florida morning show whip Bill Adams on news talk eight fifty w The big picture is that we should. Be engaged with Russia shouldn't conversations with Russia we have. Serious conflicts in various parts of the globe it would be a mistake not. To have open lines, of, communication with them Senator rand Paul who seems to be one of the very few Republicans or Democrats rashly siding with the president in the Helsinki hysteria here's. What, else he said I think there. Are people right the president so much. That this could have? Easily been President. Obama early. In his. First administration setting the. Reset button and trying to have better relations with Russia well of course that's going. To respond that's gonna call for response like this what. Did Trump tweet six minutes ago thank you read Paul you really get it Where he quoted. Rand is another HIV research. The president's gone through a year and a half of totally partisan investigations what's he supposed to think it actually is a lot to that I mean I I'm on the record and saying I. Think, he fumbled the ball I really. Do because he gave these idiots all. Kinds of ammunition that? Chuck Schumer's of. The world. The John. Brennan CIA in the You know Nancy, Pelosi's of the world all kinds. Of ammunition, to talk, about for weeks now what he coulda wrapped it up and just said made great progress we've. Never been more secure boom that's the end of a soccer ball and. I'm going home but he? Gave these idiots all kinds of ammo. Because he, got, look he got worked up at, I think they knew he'd get. Worked up were season diapers two days before the Russian summit I mean come on it's a long, and short of it isn't this That's, what it all amounts to and how it buries, things like what. Chuck Schumer said and how. It's, kind of treating narrative throughout all of media including Fox News..

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"senator rand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"senator rand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Now news ninety three wibc great to be with you great to be back uh there is a budget deal the government should be opening up any moment on now so what happened was was that they thought they had a plan in place was a twoparter one would be about longterm budget one would be about shortterm spending the spending part is what keeps the government open they actually engaged base than other considering resolution that gets us off to march twenty second march 23rd right about there so they'll have to once again go through this to get the whole rest of the year covered but on the budget side on the budget suck they have agreed after a whole bunch of back and forth do you some pretty serious stop in terms of dollars in sense the dollar's cents will have big one um they are going to raise the sequestration budget caps for 2018 in 2019 by a total of two hundred ninety six billion dollars they're going to suspend the debt ceiling until march twenty nineteen there are proving ninety billion dollars in disaster relief and that's just some of it the raising of those caps said to senator rand paul oh hell no we can't do this so he took to the floor of the sentence that i object we're not having any vote on the budget or on on continuing resolutions nothing until we have a vote on whether or not we should raise the budget cavs as an amendment separate we have to have this vote on i'm on the goanywhere we're not doing anything we're just stay right here people this is what's going on and he kept them there to about one in the morning so in midnight that's when the second shutdown began if you will that then got past the senate then got passed the house it passed the house two hundred forty two one hundred eighty six hundred and sixty seven republicans voting yes on your nineteen democrats voting no it was the hope of democrats that they would be able to have more strength going through this maybe some more yes votes so that the republican party would have come to.

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"senator rand" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"senator rand" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Nobody comes back and they all move inland though we just do nothing in turn away so we have for decades had presents republican and democrats who have not had the wherewithal to enforce a law i think in some ways it's already better because people believe the trump is enforcing the law okay senator paul so much appreciate you're coming on the show and so glad you're feeling better and and by the way congratulations on having bright and substantive answers on everything which isn't true of all of your colleagues you invited to the white house anytime soon to offer a get together with present now but i do talk to him pretty frequently i talk to him just this week you know about how you know the idea we've got some biased people in our intelligence community means that we need more oversight and you that's about one fighting right now tonight i'll begin a filibuster on the senate floor and that will be trying to get them to say you know what when you look at an americans information you need to get a warrant from a judge then senator rand paul of kentucky by the way how long do you think you'll be filibustering tonight could be a group of us is not going to be a solo show and it'll be it depends on what happens they'll be a filibuster vote if we get 41 votes we win the filibuster and they have to adapt to negotiate with us if we get 40 votes or 35 votes then the filibuster is limited by the rules of the senate to about 30 hours during that time i will make the case for why we we should be allowed amendment's right now the republican leadership actually joined up the hip with the democrat leadership is not letting us have any amendments were any votes on any reform to the system which is disappointing will try to follow up on that that senator random poll of kentucky appreciate your work for our country senator will be right back with your claws and more on the pending immigration deal on the mend betcha.

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"senator rand" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"senator rand" Discussed on KELO

"The senators okay and i think maybe there was a belief initially was okay six broken ribs and these are severe brace which you know they can cause problems blood clots of righty different issues could lead to the monia the number of different things miss a serious attack height led to hear that they're considering filing federal charges against the sky there ought to be he ought to face federal charges got to make an example of this guy pan i don't here's the thing about senator rand paul and i said this the other day um i don't always agree with senator paul he's a you know i'm a republican he's near republican also but he really is mort libertarian the number of different issues i respect his views i respect him and i respect the weight came off in the us senate i don't always agree with him sometimes you frustrates me but i don't respect him it look at the way he has dealt with the president he's disagree with the president on a number of different things and he was talking about this after the you know the fireworks was senator corker and the fireworks between the president and senator flake and he said you know i talked to the president all the time and we disagree on all the same but you know what we get along that it's in the reason being he treats the president with respect and he said i just respectfully disagrees with the president i mean this is the kind of guy that rand paul is i think he shows the strength of his character attach so to believe that somehow that's an if it comes to taking somebody's word up gladly take senator paul's word in terms of what happened it just the and again these mulling his lunch so even even if there was lives a suit just for the sake of argument even if there was some dispute nothing justifies running up iit's bangalore running up a hand somebody tackling in from behind he's got noise canceling headphones on so he doesn't hear that you know here lawnmower so falls he doesn't he doesn't hear anything he doesn't see anybody coming bam the to the ground violent attack i hope the federal i hope they do file federal charges because it's just and again this is as we talk about the.

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"senator rand" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"senator rand" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"I'm going to take a shot in the dark and say that he's whites can i could white for five hundred trevor noah the daily show eight white people over there it is you know what i'm not i don't even i'm not even gonna play the rest of his it's the last night of the daily show with this guy maybe she go back to south africa where there is racial harmony maybe you should do that they mocked senator rand paul four being attacked and having five ribs broken by a socialist pretty amazing pretty amazing time you live in he's martin ridicule now somebody tackle to hillary clinton not that that's happened in the last fifty years and broke fahd ribs i don't think they'd be doing jokes about it because it's all about race we're new 4 k a d station off but he was radio one or two point nine karn fm m sheridan little rock a cumulus station cbs news i'm steve cave in one of actor kevin spacey's accusers is revealing more about one of the alleged sexual misconduct incidents that's made him a hollywood pariah kevin spacey had no right there was no consent former boston news anchor heather on says her son was sexually assaulted by the oscar winner last year on an tucker kicked and my son was escarre scott straight 18yearold the unknown who had no idea that's a famous actor was an alleged sexual predator four that he was about to become his next victim yesterday amid allegations from several people spacey was cut out of an upcoming carol burnett tribute you are after president trump won the white house democrats are celebrating with key wins in two governors races in new jersey and virginia cbs's chip reid this is an old fashioned drubbing of four republicans in virginia new jersey and across the nation and it is a black eye for president trump because many of these candidates ran on his agenda and they got beat and some got beat badly president trump may not think much of the election results a tweet was critical of the gop candidate who lost in virginia ed glaspie but he says he is having a great time in china white house correspondent stephen portnoy on what's ahead president trump has clear goals here in china us as a larger trade deficit with this country than any other and.

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"senator rand" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"senator rand" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Out that the best way to do that is not going around and solving people inaccurate mean we send out brain tissue or other members of the republican party he's been golfing without airline grant is then gulping with senator rand paul uh he's laid off paul ryan almost completely now he's trying to establish some credit they hot with the senate majority leader so clearly there's a recognition from within the white house that this big ongoing feud with members of the republican party why and i think that if no coincidence that olive branch was extended your mcconnell time that bannon who recently left the white house it ramping up this war against republican incumbent senator trying to drop primary candidate that would be a major disrupt disruption to 2018 cycle for republicans and mcconnell clearly cracked president trump on how they were going to fight back again fan and war all right then about how how much or if it at all did backing the wrong candidate in alabama of fake trump in the future of be sticking his neck out for somebody who's so you an incumbent running for reelection well i i think that president trump what from what we hear pretty shaken by that incident he think perhaps we got bad advice from his advisor that mitch mcconnell let him down the wrong path because they're brain the incumbent you walk the primary wet mcconnell preferred candidate and way more with very much aligned with the trumpism spirit but that was still popular in alabama gift a year ago so i think that president trump is probably going to take a closer look at what candidate back um in 2018 even if his advisors are fighting for that guy that president trump really at the end of the day is not concerned with winning and delivering victor it and not too much with ideology so it's easy to themes of backing whichever candidate has the best shot at winning that's something you let it yet rather than whichever candidate back some one ideology or maybe it's best just to stay out of a republican primary fear presently on states and let the.

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"senator rand" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"senator rand" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"In the news today elle is healthcare going anywhere for the republicans you know i did ask you before the top the ally said have you seen account so i started searching again for account i really don't i really don't call this account because of because we're we're we're talking about the fact that it it without that you know they had done not the media but the leadership has done a done the count and we have that particular account this is cnn doing account and and it's so funny because you read the republicans are down to the wire to repeal the affordable care act one last time before the clock runs out at the end of the month and the proposal from gop senator lindsey graham and bill cassidy appears to be that last effort i know this came out yesterday in the morning on ten am article here's the unofficial whipped count from cnn and that they have big letters no senator rand paul i i i do the same thing that you did i burst laugh well here's the thing that also includes all future bilt's elle future spending bill uh and and so that they say they you know they have one they can only lose one more an and has serious concerns uh centrally some rakowski john mccain senator susan collins rakowski talking about a her conversation with a governor's saying you know he would have to spend money has gone or to put in place the system to distribute all that money and you know the the right as you said my issues are still highly drive the formula and how they work with the numbers for alaska which would be the concern of any senator right which i as i said earlier that made the leadership but be saying you get more money um i've yet again i'm just i that was in our discussion of how do you convince these people uh people who are in our we'll have concerns to come aboard john mccain deeply disturbed by the lack of regular order on the bill uh i still looking at it carefully now you say that you say well ray met what's and that's really nothing about the actual bill itself right end his friend lindsay graham the one who is offering this and senator susan collins undecided but as concerns about medicaid cuts coverage numbers and the fact that the.

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"senator rand" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"senator rand" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Much fitter senator rand paul hockey gone libertarian leaning lawmaker of course thing it who too much of obamacare currently banned then there than in our of nevada who made a big show on friday holding a news conference and denouncing the bill would currently written because it would cut back on medicaid and the rural or of other reason then there are the kind of dr knows like senator susan collins of maine leave of out give alaska there the conservative one hundred ron johnson up on an ad crew of the mic lee of utah who probably or more gettable but the big question now is whether or not something they can really we move group i too whiteboard or whether the senate republican leadership decide to push back which brings up its own got a problem so the republicans can only afford to lose two votes and you've already i dunno listed maybe half a dozen there but despite this growing opposition everybody's saying don't underestimate senate leader mitch mcconnell can you at a little bit of color to what that means i described his dealmaking prowess is we've been hearing about it well about mcconnell is not afraid take a lot of and public criticism rubber you one actually hold up in court feet a basically you're the one we were hearing about with the crowd will ban opposed to be an appointment by president barack obama and mcconnell was willing to pay april criticism for that and he doesn't really mind doing that he's going to be your core members of the very widely savvy operator he won usually bring up a build or in la fontaine like the boat or here jerod to lose on it is not to be underestimated the crimeline may be a little different difficult i think the reason why mcconnell pushing the aggressively is kind of thinking that the longer the hang out there publicly the more critics kind of get it all that it and make it more difficult to pass i think you just basically wants to ramp up being through it quickly as possible enron elving senior editor of uh the washington desk at npr are you hearing what deals are being made right now by mitch mcconnell.

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"senator rand" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"senator rand" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"On in the house okay they finally they got a couple of things in but it's still left wide open the house version you know on these exemptions for the state's because any administration can say administratively well no state qualifies and in the future a liberal president administration than says will no state qualifies for the exemptions so they can do that it's almost it's they don't even have to do it with an x second quarter they're just going to start denying the exemptions for whatever reason they can try the rules as they go because the republicans built something that that is left wide open while if that's left intact and the senate version i mean just look at the numbers there more likely to try and appease some of the moderates on the left and there's really on that side only two or three anyway but they that's all they need them the senate so do they have it i mean could they get a mansion on board you know if the if the healthcare plan was more centered and wasn't so mean as the president called it who knows i i i i know mike lees been shut out because he said he has been he's not part of it he was supposed to be part of it you know we already know the concerns the many concerns from senator rand paul this is not going to move in in that direction and why because the american people are calling for it to move in that direction and we know that because that's not the way they voted they voted for more centered which is moving further left america and that's exactly what we got with things like healthcare now second amendment thank goodness the majority of americans still support the second amendment emmigration and and more specifically uh illegal immigration and sanctuary cities even democrats do not support sanctuary city policies these are positive moves but the problem is if finance elite if if fiscally as a nation we can't get it together were doomed in a much bigger way those other thing right fall away very quickly and and uh again as why the the economy is is so important but uh if donald trump's got the economy going and nothing else got done nothing else gotta uh i still be thrilled because he blocked because the putting donald trump in their blocked what the democrats.

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