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Senator Rob Portman: 'I look forward to seeing who President Trump plans to nominate' for Supreme Court

What Matters with Mindy and Mikaela

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Senator Rob Portman: 'I look forward to seeing who President Trump plans to nominate' for Supreme Court

"On Saturday night, Ohio Senator Rob Portman released a statement saying he's looking forward to seeing you, President Trump plans to nominate down thoroughly assessing his or her qualifications for this important role. This comes after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Berg is statement observed that in more than two dozen vacancies on the U S Supreme Court during a presidential election year over U S history, the sitting president made a nomination every time

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Portman;s Statement on Supreme Court Vacancy

Ric Edelman

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Portman;s Statement on Supreme Court Vacancy

"Ohio Senator Rob Portman on Saturday night released a statement that said he looks forward to seeing who President Trump plans to nominee Eight and thoroughly assessing his or her qualifications for the important role of replacing you've a Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. His statement observed that in the more than two dozen vacancies of the U. S Supreme Court during a presidential election year over U S history, the sitting president made a nomination every time Mary Jane Trap, a justice on the Ohio Court of Appeals told three news in Cleveland. The Ginsburg seemed indestructible. It was disbelieve because we always thought that Justice Ginsburg was super woman. She had battled cancer so many different cancers and surgeries. Ginsberg died Friday at the age of 87 after a multi year battle with cancer,

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Report: Oligarchs skirt US sanctions through shady art sales

America First

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Report: Oligarchs skirt US sanctions through shady art sales

"You said it. Reports as Russian oligarchs are using art auctions to get around. US Sanctions report comes after two years of study by the Senate Homeland Security Committee is permanent subcommittee on investigations. It's those Russian oligarchs had been using shell corporations and poor accountability between our houses to wheel and deal and high value art subcommittee chairman Senator Rob Portman says. A bipartisan report quote demonstrates a Russian oligarchs have used the secrecy of the art industry to evade US sanctions, a tool employed by both Democrat and Republican administrations to pressure foreign governments against bad behavior. But Wagner

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Senate Republicans consider short-term extension of unemployment as extra $600 in benefits nears end

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Senate Republicans consider short-term extension of unemployment as extra $600 in benefits nears end

"The Trump Administration and Senate Republicans are apparently mulling over a short term extension of unemployment insurance, while a broader packages negotiated. The scope of the extension is unclear, but Senator Rob Portman tells Bloomberg it's important to do something before the $600 a week extension expires next week. You have a cliff there, and I think most of us agree there needs to be something in its place. The Republican plan is expected to be roughly $1 trillion. That compares with a $3.5 trillion package already approved by House Democrats. There are on Ly a few weeks left before Congress leaves on a scheduled

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Kansas coronavirus update: High court to settle dispute between governor, Republicans

All Things Considered

01:53 min | 8 months ago

Kansas coronavirus update: High court to settle dispute between governor, Republicans

"The Kansas Supreme Court convened an emergency session today the goal to resolve a dispute between democratic governor Laura Kelly and Republican legislative leaders who opposed her attempt to stop churches from holding Easter services amid the corona virus outbreak more from Jim McLean of the Kansas news service there was nothing typical about today's hearing because of the coronavirus the court like everything else is operating differently today is a historic day as we hear arguments for the first time by video conferencing the justices led by Chief Justice more lucrative gathered virtually from their home to hear the case filed just three days ago by governor Kelly the dispute centers on Kelly's use of sweeping orders to slow the spread of the virus and efforts by Republican lawmakers to rein her in Kelly was the first governor closed schools for the rest of the academic year and among the first in the region to impose a state wide a stay at home policy three weeks ago I left these decisions to local health departments for as long as possible members of the Republican controlled legislature were quick to accuse her of over reacting here's senator rob Wilson I don't want anybody to die I don't want anybody to get this virus but we can't because this country do everybody can stay home just before the social distancing rules sent them home for the month of April Republican lawmakers agreed to extend the emergency declaration but only if Kelly agreed to allow a panel of legislative leaders to review and possibly reject her subsequent orders that agreement held until recently when lawmakers blocked Kelly's move to add church services and funerals the places were no more than ten people could gather Republican Senate president Susan Wagle led the opposition were restricting individual rights to practice religious liberties so I can't approve this the very next day and angry Kelly took the lawmakers to

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Jake Tapper points out Rush Limbaugh's failed marriages following Buttigieg comments

The Vegas Take

01:55 min | 10 months ago

Jake Tapper points out Rush Limbaugh's failed marriages following Buttigieg comments

"Donald Trump is actually backing P. puja John this so he made an appearance on the Geraldo Rivera podcast and he was asked about the comments of Rush Limbaugh here's what Donald Trump the president the United States had to say about rush Limbaugh's comments on the fact that people to judge happens to be a homosexual what Americans vote for a gay man to be president I think so I think there would be some that wouldn't didn't you know I wouldn't be among that group to be honest with you but I think that yes I think that it doesn't seem to be hurting Pete mood at age as you say he has you would call him it doesn't seem to be hurting him very much and but it would certainly be a group you know this better than I did it be a group that probably wouldn't but you know you are you and I would not be in that group yeah then why are you giving the medal of freedom to to to to Rush Limbaugh you've dealt you dealt and by the way I hear a few people that have literally zero credibility but I'm gonna read off what they said about the Rush Limbaugh comments because when people like senator Lamar Alexander and Lindsey Graham are speaking out against the ball you know what's wrong Lindsey Graham said it's a miscalculation as to where the country is that I think the country is not going to disqualify somebody because of their sexual orientation when asked if Limbaugh should retain the the medal of freedom Graham said well my god free speech still exists this has nothing to do with free speech if somebody one on the sidewalk and was screaming out the N. word and Donald Trump gave him the medal of freedom award would that be Lindsey Graham's answer while you're allowed to have freedom of speech the question wasn't about freedom of speech it was about is this the right guy to receive the award so of course Lindsey Graham dodges dodges the question what a shocker Republican senator rob Portman sort of Limbaugh he may disagree as I do with their policy positions but the question is what their qualifications are not other

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Gun control groups hold vigil outside NRA headquarters

Mike McConnell

01:14 min | 1 year ago

Gun control groups hold vigil outside NRA headquarters

"Last night though protesters were out across the country dealing well with the the gun violence issues that were raised after the shootings in Dayton in el Paso one of the protest was outside the home of Ohio senator rob Portman in terrace park no he was not there his wife came out read the protesters said they were welcome status one then the no he wasn't there their demonstration involve people who laid down in the road in front of the house portraying a gunshot victims there was another huge rally nationwide outside the national rifle association's headquarters in Virginia that one sponsored by groups that included March for lives in vigil for remembrance and change asked the the NRA new to support some of the gun control measures that are being discussed as ways to perhaps prevent gun shootings mass shootings in the future house governor today will address the subject he has made it clear that even though he's conservative Republican whose run with the NRA endorsement many times that he's willing to look at things like the emergency orders that might stop someone who's suspected being mentally ill from a buying or possessing a weapon in a

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"senator rob g" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Fox News, some till NATO, an emergency order from the Federal Aviation Administration banning US up raters from flying in Iranian controlled airspace. Reuters reporting flights over the strait of horror movie and Gulf of Oman, are impacted all this coming after a run shut down an American drone house speaker Nancy Pelosi reacting how we can afford from here. Has to be strategic and smart as an in close alliance. With our, our allies, Republican Senator Rob Portman telling Fox News, come from not just the US from broad group of our allies. Some lawmakers say the US will produce a measured response Oregon's democratic governor sending police around up Republican lawmakers who fled the capital trying to block vote on a climate proposal. The absentee senators could be fined up to five hundred dollars a day. This is Fox News. Staying connected continues with one six one FM talk a Korean war veteran once thought dead has been returned to North Carolina. The funeral for private first class. William Jones is in rocky mount on Sunday in August. He'll be laid to his final rest at Arlington National Cemetery. Talk about a slippery slope. Twenty-one people have been indicted, in Raleigh in the theft of thousands of gallons of used cooking oil. The feds say they stored it at a dorm warehouse, and sold it bio-diesel companies can turn it into fuel the sale of beer and wine at campus, sporting events in the UNC system is closer to reality state, lawmakers have sent the Bill to the governor step for his signature, nice souvenir. Lexington man combing through sand at Myrtle Beach came across the shark's tooth. But this one was a fossilized to that once belonged to a mastodon. It went extinct ten thousand years ago. I'm rob statler? Source will push these the overnight hours of the.

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"senator rob g" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"That's news. Some till NATO congressional leaders urging the Trump administration to work with American allies on how to respond to Iran's downing of US drone Republican Senator Rob Portman telling Fox News internationalized, this station bear this burden alone. She'd be something where the national unity steps up. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, president may not intend to go to war here, but we're worried that he in the administration may bumble into a war. President Trump says in Iranian general may have mistakenly ordered that drone shutdown despite allegations of sexual misconduct. Alabama's judge ROY Moore once again running for Senate morality, your server, moral institutions, and I'm ready to do it again. Moore's been denying the allegations. President Trump sent out a tweet essentially saying Moore has no chance at winning. This is Fox News. You away. I local news from the new sitters. We continue to track the latest and get more reaction to tonight's NBA draft as the San Antonio Spurs of selected six foot eleven power forward Luca Samaranch out of Corollas, their number one selection, pick number nineteen tonight in the NBA draft again sandwich out of Croatia. He's received a number of awards, including two years ago, receiving most valuable player and winning the gold medal in the FIBA Europe under eighteen tournament, but he comes to San Antonio from again Croatia. And then the second selection for the Spurs tonight. At number twenty nine was killed in Johnson out of the university of Kentucky Johnson Dow the newspaper as well. So Johnson from Kentucky and Lucas sandwich of Croatia selected by the San Antonio Spurs continuing reaction through. Throughout the night, and more, of course, tomorrow on San Antonio's, first news, I'm Brian gin NewsRadio twelve hundred w let's get something clear view may be competing to be the next account.

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"senator rob g" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin news at the US Mexico. Border underlines the stakes of border security. Authorities say they made the largest seizure in US history of shipment of sentinel. That's an opioid blamed for many overdose deaths. But the drugs were found in a truck crossing at a legal port of entry. That's how most drugs are set to cross the border, meaning President Trump's proposed border wall would not have stopped this shipment. From coming in this case, illustrates, the conflict of reporter security, Republican and democratic lawmakers say they can agree on measures. Like better technology at ports of entry. It is not clear they can satisfy the president's demand to pay for a wall that he wants promised Mexico would pay for the president is hinting that if congress doesn't give him money for the wall he will declare a state of emergency and take it. So what can lawmakers do? I asked Republican Senator Rob Portman of Ohio. Do you absolutely need President Trump? To support a compromise. Or can you secure veto proof majority that would make that unnecessary in case? He changes his mind. Well, is you know, what the White House is saying is that they're likely to invoke in actual emergency power to be able to provide funding for dirt preferred approach to the border security issues rather than going into a down. So I think that's probably more likely now, and there are three issues come up one is would the courts enjoying such a invocation of presidential power. In other words, would there be lawsuit and being junction, and therefore the money would go to the border, but it'd be tied up in the court. I think that's likely from what I know of of the way people who have standing including folks along the border, including Democrats from the house as an example, it does involve the spending somewhere else. So one of the likely avenues would be military construction projects that congress has already approved. It would have to be delayed or ended because we need to be funding taken from them. And then they're just the issue of congressional power versus presidential powers, and this really a role for congress. So we'd have to go through all those things. I don't know how that that comes out. But Rachel, frankly, I don't see a shutdown is likely and what I hear you saying is you'd like to avoid a national emergency declaration by think far preferable, let's roll up our sleeves and do the work close. These gaps between us on the border, both literally and figuratively. We're not that far apart. Just a question of what kind of structures and where they go. Meanwhile, some federal workers who had been furloughed are still waiting for their back pay pay. They were denied during shutdown. Many contractors aren't gonna be paid at all you have now introduced a Bill to prevent this from happening again, you think that's really necessary. Yeah. I think so downs are stupid. I felt so for a long time is, you know, this time introduce legislation which is called government shutdowns, very creative title. It basically says that when you get to the end of an appropriations Bill, you don't shut down the government. But instead you continue the funding from the preview. This year. I said, well that's bad because you want congress to appropriate. I agree with that. Totally. That's why in our legislation after four months. There is a one percent across the board cut in spending. And that will encourage congress to do its work. Do you think after five times of proposing the same legislation? This moment is different. I do. I mean, look, I've talked to Republicans and Democrats alike. It's really not helping anybody and for those who are more interested in doing the size and scope of government. That's not what happens when these after the taxpayer in my experience having lived through about sixty shutdowns now end up paying more. Because again, you come back after the fact and people often paying people for services that were not provided. So it's a hardship that employs and their families. It's hardship for a lot of small businesses that can't get paid for the government work and hardship for taxpayers weren't getting their services. Can I ask though, Senator you understand the raw politics though of this? And what do you say to Republicans, even some Democrats who argue that passing a Bill like the one you're suggesting removes important leverage in spending. Again, I've been through a few of them, and I've seen what happens in a lot of people go into thinking it's going to provide great leverage. I don't think it does. I don't think Chuck Schumer leaves that when he got confused with having the humor shutdown years ago, which was when he blocked continue resolution on behalf of a specific issue. I don't think the many Republicans Sita's leverage now, I haven't just gone through this last thirty five days and seeing the response and reaction from the American people in from the other parties Senator Rob Portman a Republican of Ohio speaking to us yesterday. I wanna bring an NPR White House. Correspondent Scott Horsely? Scott Senator Portman wants to pass this Bill to make sure government shutdowns don't happen again. But that's exactly what's going to happen. If congress doesn't come up with a deal has the president already made up his mind that he's going to declare a national emergency. Or is this just more posturing? That's a very good question. Rachel, you know, the the president gave an interview to the New York Times yesterday in which he seemed to suggest that he is leaning towards declaring a national emergency. But you have to take that with a big grain of salt. Because of course, he's been hinting at that ever since this standoff began, and he hasn't pulled the trigger yet the the White House like Senator Portman knows that a national emergency would invite an immediate legal challenge. There would be opposition from some members of the president's own party both on sort of constitutional and economic grounds. So it's not entirely clear the president's going to do that. And even talking about using a national emergency sort of undercuts the bargaining position of the Republicans on that conference committee. So it's a it's an interesting stance for the president to be taking the Senator Portman used to be a White House budget director. So he knows about the cost of shutdowns not only from a political point of view of a of a lawmaker. But the budget director is the guy who can ask the manager shut down in the White House. So he he certainly familiar with the cost of that Indus. Well, just briefly as Portland rain have Democrats and Republicans all along been closer than the rhetoric indicates? Sure, this is a, you know, this has been a political point for the White House that that there was a deal in congress before this shutdown began and pure White House. Correspondent Scott Horsely? Thanks. You're welcome. Some other news now many citizens of Nicaragua face a choice flee the country or face evermore peril. They're under pressure as President Daniel Ortega cracks down on his opposition. He's shutting down human rights groups jailing journalists and charging protesters under anti-terrorism laws. NPR's Carrie Kahn spoke with Nicaraguans deciding what to do now blanket guy stands at the production room floor family's factory just outside. Granada a colonial town popular tourists in.

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"senator rob g" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lucan Senator Rob Portman about the risks of a deal that the president might not support. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. The Senate breaks with the president on Syria voting against any move by the White House to quickly remove all U S troops today. The Trump administration is expected to announce the US's withdrawal from the pack that has been a centerpiece of superpower arms control since the Cold War. And on story Corp ascend remembers his father, the good the bad and music. It's Friday the first rapper big BOI from Outkast turns forty four years old today. The newscast is coming up next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is expected to announce today that the US is leaving nineteen eighty-seven arms control treaty. The Trump administration alleges Russia has been breaking the treaty. It's a complaint. Previously made by the Obama administration. New court documents are showing more information on the alleged origin of the US opioid crisis. Martha bebinger of member station. WB you are told NPR's morning edition that prosecutors have brought a case against Oxycontin maker Purdue pharma and the Sackler family, which owns the company. This is a lawsuit. That was filed by the Massachusetts. Attorney general Maura Healey. She is claiming that Purdue and the Sackler is marketed the opioid drugs as safe even though they knew the risk of addiction and in doing so did help 'cause the opioid epidemic, Martha bebinger reporting NPR has learned that a scientist in New York is conducting experiments aimed at editing. The DNA in human embryos NPR's. Rob Stein has details. The scientist deeter Egli of Columbia University isn't trying to create any gene editing babies. A scientists in China sparked international outrage recently when he announced he had created the world's first gene edited babies Egli says he's just trying to do the basic laboratory research necessary to see if editing the genes in human embryos can work and is safe to maybe someday prevention diseases, he stopping any of his edited embryos from developing so he can study them, but critics worry this kind of research could encourage more scientists to go rogue many scientists, however say such basic research is crucial rob Stein, NPR news. The government's latest monthly jobs report is due out in about half an hour NPR's Windsor Johnston reports some economists expect the January unemployment numbers to reflect the partial government shutdown the shot. Down left hundreds of thousands of federal employees furloughed, but because they will receive backpay they'll be counted. In the payroll survey as employed, but economists are split on a separate household survey. Gus Moshe is the chief economist at PNC financial services in that survey federal government workers who were furloughed will be counted as temporarily unemployed so I do expect to see an increase in the unemployment rate in January two four point. Oh percent. But with those workers coming back on the job, I would expect we'd see the unemployment rate fall again in February though, she predicts US employers will add about one hundred sixty thousand jobs in January that's coming off a stronger than expected unemployment report in December Windsor Johnston. NPR news New Jersey, Senator Corey Booker says he's running for the democratic presidential nomination Booker posted the news to Twitter today. He becomes the fourth sitting US Senator to run for president. You're listening to NPR news from wash. Beginning this month of boy scouts of America will begin calling themselves scouts BSA and create a program for girls to earn. The rank of eagle scout. Katie Blackley of member station. W E ASA reports from Pittsburgh more than seventy six thousand girls nationwide signed up for scouts last year when the program for younger children cub scouts became co. Ed, you're gonna station is now forming single-sex troops for older girls. Sharon molds with the laurel highlands council. Says girls aren't Suzy ask about joining. They're excited about having the opportunity to do a third brothers do or the other boys. Do I think a lot of them what we're seeing as they just wanna be eagle scouts girl. Scouts USA sued over the name change scouts BSA say allowing girls is more convenient for families with increasingly busy schedules. And that girls showed an interest in the organization's activities for NPR.

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Feds say they lost track of 1,488 migrant children

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Feds say they lost track of 1,488 migrant children

"Government officials admit that they've lost track of nearly fifteen hundred migrant children who were separated from their parents after they crossed the border illegally and placed in private homes across the country. The department of health and human services had to tell Senate staffers that fourteen hundred eighty eight children could not be located when they checked up on their welfare. That's about thirteen percent of the unaccompanied minors taken out of shelters and into private placements. The question arose because fourteen hundred previously were unaccounted for and Ohio Senator Rob Portman wanted an update after eight Guatemalan teens were placed with human traffickers and forced to work on egg farms. He says with these migrant children vulnerable to trafficking and abuse. It's unacceptable. The federal agency is not taking responsibility for their safety.

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"senator rob g" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Introduced capital to the committee or former Ohio Senator Rob Portman and former secretary of state Condoleeza Rice, apple hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes correspondent saga megani? Says a Fifty-three-year-old Cavanaugh has long been a Washington fixture. Both on the federal bench banned in the White House. Vice President Mike Pence says Democrats have no intention of getting Cavanaugh a full review if we lived in a more respectful time. Judge cavenaugh would be overwhelmingly confirmed democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren says the White House continues withholding tens of thousands of documents about Kavanagh's government work without that. No, there won't be due consideration. Democrats have been trying to delay the hearings. But Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is promising a confirmation vote before the high court convenes in October budget matters weighing heavily on lawmakers has congress gets back to work today. There is an end of the month deadline for a possible government shutdown. Tropical storm, Gordon continues its March toward the northern Gulf Coast could make landfall as a hurricane the expect a Gordon to continue moving out of west northwest northwest track and make landfall somewhere in the north central Gulf Coast late tonight or early on Wednesday. The National Hurricane Center is Richard. Patch says the Alabama and Mississippi coasts are under a hurricane warning. All other parts of the northern Gulf Coast or under tropical storm warnings, Louisiana. Governor John Bel Edwards wearing a state by state of emergency. On Wall Street this morning. Dow futures down one hundred twenty four points, NASDAQ futures off twenty three more on these stories at townhall dot com. Stocks and options trading involves financial risk, and it's not suitable for all investors, all your stockbroker and hire yourself. I'm Scott Bauer. And I've been a professional trader for over twenty five years, I've traded for Goldman Sachs and was the first Amazon market maker at the Chicago Board options exchange..

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"senator rob g" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I'm Brian shook Andrew. Gillum says winning the democratic nominee for governor in Florida is not just about him as. I have said as, I moved all across the state. Of Florida that this thing is not about me it never has been and it never will be this race is about every, single one of, us is the, first, African American. To. Win a major party nomination for governor in Florida he'll face Republican Ron to. Santa's outgoing Republican governor Rick Scott is challenging incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson for the US Senate seat in Florida. Arizona residents will get, a chance to pay their respects to Senator John McCain before he leaves the state for the. Final time. McCain's body will lie in state at the Zona capital. Tomorrow which would have been. His eighty second birthday the public can pay. Their respects starting at two pm the confirmation hearings for, judge Brett Cavanaugh is set to begin next Tuesday he'll be introduced by former sex Of, state, Condoleeza, Rice. And Ohio Senator. Rob Portman President Trump nominated the US appeals court judge to replace Anthony Kennedy on the. US supreme court Senate. Majority leader Mitch McConnell says that attorney general Jeff Sessions should stay exactly where he is. This comes after fellow, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said the. President Trump's relationship was sessions is beyond repair the president criticised sessions in an interview last week saying that he never took control, of the Justice, department when asked, about, the attorney. General's potential firing McConnell says he thinks sessions is doing a great job and he. Should stay put Richard Jordan NBC News Radio Mississippi is joining the list of states that has a lottery. A Bill to create, a Mississippi lottery is on its way to the governor's desk after clearing the state legislature the. House narrowly. Passed the measure fifty eight fifty four in what amounts. To do over vote after. Rejecting the measure last night you're listening to. The latest from NBC News Radio The. Debate over immigrants spilled into the streets in one German, town this week. Correspondent Bill in for has that story it started Monday in the eastern German. Town of Chemnitz. When several thousand people took to the streets to demand foreigners leave the country. Meanwhile about a thousand protesters also. Joined. Them with, a message that refugees were welcome the protests were triggered by the murder of a Cuban immigrant who was well known in the city bills him for NBC. News Radio the nation's deficit in international trade. Goods is nearly four billion dollars wider today bureau of economic analysis figures out this morning show, the deficit, for, July widen to seventy two point two billion dollars that's up, from sixty eight point three billion in June a clinical psychologist says he's not surprised about the deadly shooting at, a weekend video game tournament in, Jacksonville Florida, Sara Lee Kessler reports more than a dozen shot to dead plus David. Katz who launched the rampage after losing a game Dr John Huber says the twenty four year old Baltimore man's history of mental illness. Including a suspected schizophrenic break and multiple psychiatric hospitalizations was arrested for disaster and you put hours upon.

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Kentucky to reverse Medicaid cuts

Gary Jeff Walker

01:36 min | 2 years ago

Kentucky to reverse Medicaid cuts

"Hundred WW radar shows just a few scattered clouds it's eighty two degrees Kentucky Medicaid officials said yesterday that the. Governor's, cuts to dental and vision coverage affected three hundred seventy three thousand people however the courier journal is reporting tonight that, governor Matt Bevin is now apparently looking to reverse the cuts to that coverage no word. Yet on why he made the cuts after threatening to undo expanded Medicaid altogether if a court ruled against his work requirement plan for Medicaid and one did earlier this year advocates say the city must. Do more when it comes to affordable housing to keep people off the streets the acting city manager says Cincinnati will allow a tent. City near third and Plum To stay, up until Wednesday and in return for that the city will tomorrow, have the mobile. Health clinic come out to service some of the campers down here as well will provide. A porta potty for six days Patrick to Haney says the city will work. To find temporary shelters for the forty or so, people, and then there will be discussions on further improvements and. Senator Rob Portman of, terrace. Park taking to the floor to pitch his stop act Senator Rob Portman the terrorists park Republican says the Bill. He, authored is meant to keep fencing and carpet little out of the postal service and says the problem is filtering into, the workforce a labor force participation rate is economists call it is so low right now. Is largely in my view because of this opioid issue where been says his stop act holds the post office to the same standard as private carriers that is one hundred percent screening of packages it. Requires that by twenty twenty, the, post.

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CDC says romaine lettuce likely source of E. coli outbreak

Total Information AM Saturday

02:14 min | 2 years ago

CDC says romaine lettuce likely source of E. coli outbreak

"Even if you've been eating it and you'll have it got sick the onset date can be between two and eight days so there's no telling whether you might get sick in the future your little is with the eleanor department of public health also if you're at the grocery store or at a restaurant you to confirm that the romaine lettuce that you're buying is not from the yuma arizona growing region and if you're not able to confirm it do not buy it you're not consume at restaurants and stores have also been told to remove any chopped romain lettuce from their shelves thirty five people in eleven states have become ill due to this outbreak including in missouri and illinois fred dahmer newsradio eleven twenty chemo wax smokes is announcing a shop lettuce recall due in part to the nationwide e coli outbreak fresh way foods is recalling chopped romain lettuce sold its nooks delis and salad bars snug says anyone who bought a product from the self service salad bar are bought prepackaged apple walnut greek cob or tossed garden salad can return them for a full refund the calls from surrey governor eric ryan systemic down now reaching to the white house media briefing in washington a member of the white house press corps asked donald trump's press secretary sarah sanders about a letter sent to him by three missouri state senators president received the letter what is your response and we'll he asked right down i don't have an official response at this time but certainly something that is very concerning and something that we're taking very seriously and i'll keep you updated as we have something by state senator rob schaaf and cosigned by two of his colleagues brad showed newsradio eleven twenty camel wet same likes news time is five oh wait your forecasting danika patrick watching my nieces grow play and learn is amazing but not every child gets to be carefree one in six kids in the us are hungry this breaks my heart and it's something that feeding america is working to change each year the feeding american network of food banks rescues billions of pounds of good food that would have gone to waste and gives it to families in need to help visit feeding america dot org brought to you by feeding america and the ad council listen and imagine.

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CDC says romaine lettuce likely source of E. coli outbreak

Total Information AM Saturday

02:14 min | 2 years ago

CDC says romaine lettuce likely source of E. coli outbreak

"Even if you've been eating it and you'll have it got sick the onset date can be between two and eight days so there's no telling whether you might get sick in the future your little is with the eleanor department of public health also if you're at the grocery store or at a restaurant you to confirm that the romaine lettuce that you're buying is not from the yuma arizona growing region and if you're not able to confirm it do not buy it you're not consume at restaurants and stores have also been told to remove any chopped romain lettuce from their shelves thirty five people in eleven states have become ill due to this outbreak including in missouri and illinois fred dahmer newsradio eleven twenty chemo wax smokes is announcing a shop lettuce recall due in part to the nationwide e coli outbreak fresh way foods is recalling chopped romain lettuce sold its nooks delis and salad bars snug says anyone who bought a product from the self service salad bar are bought prepackaged apple walnut greek cob or tossed garden salad can return them for a full refund the calls from surrey governor eric ryan systemic down now reaching to the white house media briefing in washington a member of the white house press corps asked donald trump's press secretary sarah sanders about a letter sent to him by three missouri state senators president received the letter what is your response and we'll he asked right down i don't have an official response at this time but certainly something that is very concerning and something that we're taking very seriously and i'll keep you updated as we have something by state senator rob schaaf and cosigned by two of his colleagues brad showed newsradio eleven twenty camel wet same likes news time is five oh wait your forecasting danika patrick watching my nieces grow play and learn is amazing but not every child gets to be carefree one in six kids in the us are hungry this breaks my heart and it's something that feeding america is working to change each year the feeding american network of food banks rescues billions of pounds of good food that would have gone to waste and gives it to families in need to help visit feeding america dot org brought to you by feeding america and the ad council listen and imagine.

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"senator rob g" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

Geek News Central Audio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

"The senate has passed a controversial online sex traffic and bill the senate wednesday passed this it's called the let me see if i can find it less cobb allow states in victim to fight online sex traffic in the at the foster fox ta but also referred to as sista after the original senate bill would cut into the broad protections websites half from legal liability so they say now we now have the ability to go after those websites were exploiting women and children online senator rob portman republican ohio one of the original authors bill the house only passed the bill last month the legal liability protections are coda find section to thirty of the communications decency act from nineteen ninety six so susta would amend that law to create an exception for sex trafficking make it easier to target websites with legal action for now enabling such crimes so does this mean that speak careful here does this mean that adult workers that post advertisements for their services on a website now the website because that person technically could be trafficked there's another word for that they the websites i'm would be i i wonder what that is if we're we're that we're the i'm sure that's what they're going to do here is go after these websites like back page and so forth that have some that stuff so time will tell where this goes but i don't know enough about this to even given full commentary on it.

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"senator rob g" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on Geek News Central

"The senate has passed a controversial online sex traffic and bill the senate wednesday passed this it's called the let me see if i can find it less cobb allow states in victim to fight online sex traffic in the at the foster fox ta but also referred to as sista after the original senate bill would cut into the broad protections websites half from legal liability so they say now we now have the ability to go after those websites were exploiting women and children online senator rob portman republican ohio one of the original authors bill the house only passed the bill last month the legal liability protections are coda find section to thirty of the communications decency act from nineteen ninety six so susta would amend that law to create an exception for sex trafficking make it easier to target websites with legal action for now enabling such crimes so does this mean that speak careful here does this mean that adult workers that post advertisements for their services on a website now the website because that person technically could be trafficked there's another word for that they the websites i'm would be i i wonder what that is if we're we're that we're the i'm sure that's what they're going to do here is go after these websites like back page and so forth that have some that stuff so time will tell where this goes but i don't know enough about this to even given full commentary on it.

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Tony Award-winning actress injured, daughter killed by car in crosswalk

Michael Medved

02:06 min | 2 years ago

Tony Award-winning actress injured, daughter killed by car in crosswalk

"To three to her fell the answer is ten o'clock boston radio i'm rich denison the white house is cautious over news north korea is open to any its nuclear weapons program and to talks with the us following a meeting between south korean officials in kim jonghoon him promise to not use nuclear or conventional weapons against south korea he also expressed a willingness to hold talks with the us hug denuclearization fox's john decker republican senator rob portman is urging president trump to look at a targeted approach or his proposed tariffs on imported steel and aluminum downstream cost for the production of automobiles and washing machines herring else increases and hurts consumers of owners are concerned about the possibility of a trade war with other countries nationals maher has resigned after pleading guilty to a felony theft charge meghan varies resignation follows her admission earlier this year to having an affair our with her lease bodyguard fox news we report you decide from the salem news center i'm chas on type a tony award winning actress from hawaii was seriously hurt yesterday and to children with how 'bout you ties were killed when a driver allegedly ran a red light and ploughed into them in a brooklyn cross walk according to hawaii news now dot com struck were broadway actress ruthie and booming stein who goes by the stage name ruthie n miles and her fouryearold daughter abigail blooming stein who is pregnant was in critical condition or daughter was killed two others with holiday ties were also hit lauren lou and are one year old son joshua liu was injured while joshua was killed in the crash the new york daily news reported that the woman behind the wheel had a history of traffic crimes and vitally police are continuing to investigate the death of a boy on how the island is recently received autopsy results and three year olds cause of death was he term into be blunt force trauma to the head offices were called to a combined a home back in july following a child unresponsive partly sunny scattered showers high near eighty two from the salem new center i'm chas on thai avenue nate clear all.

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"senator rob g" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on WGTK

"And is a former model and and she's twenty nine years old and she apparently is very competent lovely everybody's seems to like her while she is involved in a romantic relationship which is confirmed with this now resigned white house aide rob porter and rob porter self has a fairly impressive background he's worked for a lot of very very respectable republicans like senator mike lee of utah senator rob portman of ohio he worked for years for senator orrin hatch of utah the guy's also a rhodes scholar and a graduate of harvard law school of harvard causing k e he has an impressive background and are are are we supposed to do now demand the resignation of the white house chief of staff general kelly who i think every single american whether you're democrat republican independent your be grateful the general kelly as there because i think he has broad better operations to the white house since he took over from rains priebus who also by the way was a good guy but was just unable to bring any order to the operations of this white house general kelly as on much better and yes apparently he sometimes has shouting matches with the president but good for him because he has a marine general and a threestar general he can stand up to the present and that is appropriate i i do not understand and maybe if you understand it better than i do you can explain it to me because i'm kinda dense on this what is it that suppose to happen on this how is it that you're going to turn this into additional grounds for impeachment and complain and for negatively this is just pure democratic partisanship and i don't like it i mean i think it's it's shameful this is not there are all kinds of.

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"senator rob g" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The watch is set to last through monday afternoon because of low humidity and possible wind gusts in the forecast a fire with her watch means wildfires could grow quick quickly but it's not as severe as the red flag warnings that were in effect ahead head of the devastating run of wildfires last month a woman in texas is one of the thirteen kids held captive by their parents in riverside county may have tried to call for help when the family lived in texas the woman who bought the turbines families abandoned home says one of the girls got out about eight years ago and asked a neighbor to take her to a telephone it's believed she called nine one one before she was taken back home the family disappeared shortly after that they arrived in marietta in 2010 the us mm pit committee has called on all twenty one members of the usa gymnastics board to resign because of the sex scandal involving gymnastics team dr larry nassar who was just sentenced to life in prison olympic officials say the board will lose its status as a sports governing body unless everyone goes three top usa gymnastics members resigned earlier this week michigan state university's athletic directors' also stepped down because of nasser many of the young women abused by the doctor of accused michigan state of mishandling past complaints senate investigators say drug dealers have been exploiting weaknesses in the us postal service to import the deadly synthetic opioids fenton hill a reports as traffickers preferred us mail because it's not as secure as private shippers senator rob portman is calling for more sophisticated package screened so huge real and so you wanna have the ability to narrow that down to know where the suspect ones are and then to do the monitoring postal service says it has made dramatic progress in the last year in terms of how packages the feds have seized containing opioids la has reached its no killed goal for shelter dogs since 2012 la's been trying to reduce the number of cats and dogs that get youth and eyes to shelters to moe in the northern ten percent the city says last year over ninety two percent of dogs survived their trip to the shelter the survival rate for cats is still below the city's no kill threshold nearly one in five la shelter cats was put down last year traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center a big race still causing trouble in sun valley.

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"senator rob g" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The watch is set to last through monday afternoon because of low humidity and possible wind gusts in the forecast a fire with her watch means wildfires could grow quick quickly but it's not as severe as the red flag warnings that were in effect ahead of the devastating run of wildfires last month a woman in texas is one of the thirteen kids held captive by their parents in riverside county may have tried to call for help when the family lived in texas the woman who bought the turbines families abandoned home says one of the girls got out about eight years ago and asked a neighbor to take her to a telephone it's believed she called nine one one before she was taken back home the family disappeared shortly after that they arrived in marietta in 2010 the us ally mm committee has called on all twenty one members of the usa gymnastics board to resign because of the sex scandal involving gymnastics team dr larry nassar who was just sentenced to life in prison olympic officials say the board will lose its status as a sports governing body unless everyone goes three top usa gymnastics members resigned earlier this week michigan state university's athletic directors' also stepped down because of nasser many of the young women abused by the doctor of accused michigan state of mishandling past complaints senate investigators say drug dealers have been exploiting weaknesses in the us postal service to import the deadly synthetic opioids fenton hill congressional reports as traffickers preferred us mail because it's not a secure as private shippers senator rob portman is calling for more sophisticated package screened so huge so you want to bility to narrow that down to know where the suspect ones are and then to do the monitoring the postal service says it has made dramatic progress in the last year in terms of how packages the feds have seized containing opioids la has reached its no killed goal for shelter dogs since 2012 la's been trying to reduce the number of cats and dogs that get euthanized it shelters to mona no more than ten percent the city says last year over ninety two percent of dogs survived their trip to the shelter the survival rate for cats is still below the city's no kill threshold nearly one in five la shelter cats was put down last year traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center a big race still causing trouble in sun valley.

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"senator rob g" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Gordon gurr hood the senate could vote this week on its tax reform plan and if it passes it will have to go to conference committee to be reconciled with the house bill republican senator rob portman says the gop tax plan will cut taxes get devils they state or deduction up to twenty four grand for a family it devils the child tax credit it actually in it lowers the the rates of the point that in ohio the average has twenty three hundred seventy five bucks for the median income family portman appearing earlier today on nbc's meet the press many republicans are confident they can get a final tax measure to president trump by christmas as he has requested under increasing pressure from both sides of the aisle michigan congressman john conyers says he will step aside as the top democrat on the judiciary committee pending an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment the decision marks a reversal from last week when conyers turn and he said the eighty eight yearold would not resign from the committee conyers has denied allegations his office paid twenty seven thousand dollars to settle a wrongful dismissal claim from a former staffer who had accused him of sexual harassment minority leader nancy pelosi who earlier had called for due process it said we must ensure congress has a climate of dignity and respect with zero tolerance conyers says he looks forward to vindication by the house ethics committee capitol hill correspondent wally hindes reporting or at least a year the fbi had evidence that russian hackers were trying to break into the personal g mala counts of scores of us officials yet the fbi failed to notify nearly all the officials i'll be attempts to breach their email associated press finds and even senior policymakers it not discovered that they were targets until the ap told them about the results of a two month investigation more on these stories a town hall dot com new research shows that the raw bacteria.

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"senator rob g" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on WTVN

"I'm abc six meteorologist jim get all a cold front coming into the area this afternoon some brief showers with a gusty winds bought forty eight clearing tonight but colder thirty two degrees and tomorrow more sunshine dry for tricker traders but only forty seven in the afternoon cloudy and 38 the sporting at your severe weather station news radio 610 wtvn charges against president trump's one time campaign chairman of the rusher probe or being unveiled paul manafort was indicted today on charges including conspiracy money laundering and more and we'll have more just ahead abc news as for russia meddling in us elections ohio republican senator rob portman told nbc's meet the press that's been going on for years i did a long before donald trump they're going to do a long after donald couple we don't do something about it so when you get to the bottom of it we need to go where the facts latest abc news i'm cheri preston uh guilty plea from one of those charged by the special counsel investigating russian meddling in last year's election former trump campaign foreign policy advisor george papadopoulos pleaded guilty to lying to fbi agents who were investigating russia's interference in the 2016 election the agents had come calling one week after president trump's inauguration to ask pop a dopoulos about his contact with a certain londonbased professor at the time he downplayed the professors significance but in truth court records said papadopoulos new the professor had substantial connections to russian government officials and was trying to arrange a meeting with the trump campaign aaron katersky abc news new york published quote plea came shortly after former trump campaign chairman paul manafort showed up to face at twelve count indictment that includes money laundering charges and allegations he failed to register as a foreign agent abc news political director recline says there are indictments but still a lot of questions that or have a story to tell the prosecutors now facing criminal charges others all trump move into to issue according to someone close above the tuesday may major moment and brings scandal outside the realm of un dough and just words into actual actions taken by the special alkyl actual potential criminal charges and president trump has tweeted quote sorry but this is years ago before paul manafort was part of.

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"senator rob g" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Nationalism this is a person who has a racially charged view of the world that not only do not most americans find problematic the most republicans would find problematic for now mr trump is winning battles over what the republican party stands for but he may be creating a smaller party in the process and the 2017 in 2018 box will decide whether the president wins the war to reshape his party joining me now is republican senator rob portman of ohio senator meet the press trust me onyancha simple question how do you explain what's going inside going on inside this party right now well i don't think it's new uh you know you remember the tea party you probably remember the moral majority i mean we have experienced debate within our party again by the way the democrats are not immune from that either no doubt you've got the bernie sanders wing pushing back against some stuff the dnc he did last week as an example so what can in both parties they're very different points of view and right now you got a substantial majority of republicans and the governorships in the state legislatures both houses of congress and president just one so the parties in good shape but you'll we've got some divisions do you think that basically washington republicans are out of touch with me jordi of republican primary voters this is something you came to a conclusion of when you were running for reelection last year well i had a primary and i also had a general election that we won by twenty one points in a state it's considered a swing state because we focused on working together across the aisle and getting stuff done i mean i was not try by talking about it and and i was able to talk about specific accomplish minutes fifty bills being signed into law by president obama by the way and i think that actually is you know what people are looking for me and i was his home this weekend i don't hear people talking about the latest in washington they're talking about you guys gonna get this tax reform done because i'm looking for a request to ex cut you know i'm looking for a way to get my my my earnings up my wages up so you don't think the lead you don't.

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"senator rob g" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Propaganda you know what our republican saying about that well today senator rob portman along who is a republican from ohio released a statement basically blasting tillerson and urging him to go ahead and tap this money i so that's a sign that there are definitely some republicans who want the us to try to counter russian disinformation in the best way that it can't and of course you also had some democrats speaking out including chris murphy of connecticut and ben carton of maryland so you know it's something that is of concern and as the sanctions bill shows there's tremendous bipartisan support for punching backing against russia for their alleged meddling in our election so it's it's hard to believe that this is going to go on a go down well with republicans or democrats is interesting because there are so many sort of optical things that this administration seems to get wrong if they are trying to distance themselves from this idea of russian collusion or undue russian affinity i'm you had today the statements that the trump administration and the kremlin putting out about the bill that donald trump very belatedly signed the sanctions bill be really similar mother children's noted that these these sound to kind of the same and then there was the fact that you had dmitry medvedev who is the prime minister of russia kind of trolling the administration and quantum leap putting at a tweet in which he said the trump administration has shown its total weakness by handing over executive power to congress in the most humiliating way i get by russia would want to do that to sort of go the administration into doing more to stand up for making them relations better.

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"senator rob g" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Well we're going to be hearing from an bremmer next block who broke the story to continue this pretty disturbing report about this meeting but now we turn to health care and this morning the republican lead effort to overcome hall obamacare seems to be on the verge of total and complete collapse majority leader mitch mcconnell's latest push to repeal the healthcare law without an immediate replacement is already had the brink of failure that can only lose two senators from their caucus and already republican senator susan collins shelley moore capito and lisa murkowski have all come out against the repeal only plan and yesterday evening senator rob portman of ohio also released a statement saying and part i don't think it's appropriate jess to repeal we've also got to put a replacement in place despite those concerns litter mcconnell says the party will proceed as planned president trump but african children with members of the vote on the motion of proceed to the obamacare repeal bill early next week recent polling shows the various plans put out by the house and senate republicans have been widely unpopular among with university national poll shows that only twenty seven percent approved the now dead senate healthcare bill that was introduced last week and a new nbc news wall street journal poll found that in key counties that supported donald trump's presidential bid only twelve percent of voter support the house gop healthcare bill senator lindsey graham as usual crystallise the matter.

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"senator rob g" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"senator rob g" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And other media reporting the test was conducted at the site of previous tests this as the north also condemned the united states for flying b1 bombers over the korean peninsula earlier this week that pyongyang says will serve as a propellant to further their new killer and missile ambitions hundreds of mourners meanwhile gathered today in ohio in the united states to celebrate the life of the us college student who was detained in north korea for over a year out a warm beer died days after north quiz government sent him home to the united states in a coma the twenty two year olds funeral was held at a high school in his hometown of wyoming ohio where senator rob portman decried pyongyang's lack of humanity and looks like those hoping for tapes of president trump's conversations with then fbi director james comey may be disappointed president trump is tweeted that he didn't make and doesn't have any such recordings the house intelligence committee had asked the white house to produce any tapes if they had them of their conversations by tomorrow it's one of the panels investigating possible ties with between the trump administration of russia and possible influence on the us presidential election global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in hong kong i'm steven angle this this is bloomberg angie steven banks let's head back to melbourne right now where we are we joining tom murphy partner at a skele partners the case that we talked about that more intensive scrutiny as you said by chinese regulators on midcaps in china's specially after the msci inclusion but for investors we really watching that they're interested in perhaps stuff that's under the radar the thing that we're watching at the moment possible expansion of opportunity infrastructure the last several years who prevented very interesting opportunities.

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