36 Burst results for "Senator Tim Scott"

President attempts to clean up "stand by" comment, earlier refusal to denounce white supremacists

The Daily

01:31 min | 3 weeks ago

President attempts to clean up "stand by" comment, earlier refusal to denounce white supremacists

"On Wednesday the Federal Commission on Presidential Debates said, it would change the format of the next two debates. Acknowledging that in the first debate president trump had trampled the rules creating a chaotic encounter with Joe by. The Commission did not explain the changes that it had in mind. But after Of, interruptions by the president on Tuesday night. There were widespread calls for the next two moderators to be granted. The power took cut off a candidates microphone. and. A bigamist book he should correct because directed I guess it didn't misbehave. Congressional Republicans including Senator Tim Scott and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell sought to distance themselves from the president's refusal during the debate to denounce white supremacist groups like the proud boys with regard to the white supremacist issue, I want to associate myself with the remarks of Senator Tim Scott. that. He put out earlier today he said it was unacceptable not to condemn white supremacists. And so I do so in the strongest possible way. Pressed on the issue again on Wednesday, the president continued to avoid condemning the group. I. Don't know who the proud boys are I mean you give me a definition because I really don't know where they are I can only say they have to stand down let law enforcement do their work.

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Fresh update on "senator tim scott" discussed on Mike Gallagher

Mike Gallagher

01:32 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "senator tim scott" discussed on Mike Gallagher

"Are you ready? This's your source for breaking news and what to make of a former middle class. Well put a big X in the box by the name of the man who was threatened, overturn the very system that has ruined their lives. And it will feel good. This is the Mike Gallagher show. You know, we had an honest media. This country would come together so fast for vice president has said he had no knowledge whatsoever of his son's business dealings and was not involved in them at all. That's a blade in line when he states that that is a blatant line this cooperate with the police. We want you to go home safe. We will also want all policemen to go home safe because they have families as well know from the relief factor dot com studio. Here's Mike Gallagher as President. Trump Campaign's from City to city to city. Joe Biden is sitting in an empty room right now in Wilmington, Delaware. Doing a briefing on health care. The day I just was talking to Ah, dear friend of mine down the hall, somebody who is so plugged in to what's happening in our country. The riots, looting In Philadelphia and beyond. The Tony Bob Belinsky interview last night, suggesting the Joe Biden is seriously compromised. A story. Incidentally, that's not getting any media attention right now, But I'll bet it will after November the third even if Biden were to win I am feeling Pretty emotional today. But I understand that none of this nothing matters. None of the speculation the analysis matters. You know what matters. Your decision to go vote. And save this country. I don't like using overheated rhetoric. But it's all on the line right now. It's on the line as you vote. And if you voted for a political party That Fails to condemn The decision to loot stores to steal from stores because a man was shot. In an encounter with police. I bet you've got buyer's remorse, don't you? Cause you know the difference. We all know the difference between the two political Ideologies. We know the difference between the two political parties. That's why you can't Futz around and play games by Mad it. Lindsey Graham over Ah Obama Gate show. I want the liberal Democrat To win in South Carolina. The reason they're playing games in South Carolina is because they desperately want Lindsey Graham to lose. Lives. You, Graham. Believe me, Chef Carolina and the country is in a lot better shape with United States Senator Lindsey Graham, the United States Senator Jaime Harrison. That's one of many examples throughout The country. Example. After example, you know something it doesn't We can go down a rabbit hole. A lot of this stuff we get distracted very easily. We can get so distracted by Well was a shooting justified or not a police shooting and incidentally, it's okay to have that conversation. Important to have that conversation. But that nothing that happened. In Philadelphia should lead to the violence in the streets of America. We're seeing right now. In Democrat run cities, nothing. Imagine what it's like to be a police officer right now in America and know that if a dangerous Person with a lethal weapon came at you. And you shot That person. That shooting could be responsible for the entire country. Being Tauron apart. Because somebody caught it on a cell phone video. That's the formula. You know, you've got a captured on a cell phone video, and, incidentally, I'm grateful for cell phone videos. I don't agree with minimizing the death of George Floyd. I never have and I never will. I was profoundly impacted by hearing people like Senator Tim Scott and Amy Cockney Barrett talking about the death of George Floyd. Of course, his life mattered. So does the police officer's life in America that is facing somebody who comes at them with a dangerous weapon. What happened in Philadelphia was no George Floyd situation and everybody knows it. Imagine what it's like to be a police left likes to talk about reimagining the police. Imagine what it's like to be a reimagining how we do policing. Really? I had a caller say it doesn't feel right that somebody should shoot somebody with a gun if they're charging them with the knife. What? It doesn't feel right that somebody would charge a police officer with a knife. Stop with the imagining. But try to put yourself in the shoes of a police officer. How about putting yourself in the shoes of a store owner? Who fought back after March riots. After the death March in April, in the death of George Floyd and people decided that they were entitled to go into your store and clear the shelves. Break the windows, break down the door and and robbed your store. Under the guise of racial justice. So you come back from all of that back in March in April in Philadelphia. You on a store. The guy you own a store. That just comes back and then it happens all over again. Imagine your frustration. Imagine what it must be like to have a business in Philadelphia like this guy does, who gave an interview yesterday about what he has experienced. Except.

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Republicans kick off convention focused on reelecting Trump

Dennis Prager

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Republicans kick off convention focused on reelecting Trump

"Party launched their 2020 convention officially nominating Donald Trump to take on Joe Biden this November. Night. One was themed land of Promise and featured speakers, including Senator Tim Scott, Congressman Steve Scalise, Jim Jordan and Donald Trump Jr. Tonight's event features first lady Melania Trump.

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Haley, Scott close out first night of Republican National Convention

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Haley, Scott close out first night of Republican National Convention

"Of the Republican National Convention feature. The GOP's defense of President Trump's job performance and a dark version of America during a Biden presidency, K Y W tym him and, as has more, including what to featured speakers had to say. South Carolina Senator Tim Scott closed night won the first African American senator from a southern state since reconstruction. Offered a more optimistic tone, saying the election isn't just about Donald Trump and Joe Biden. It's about the promise of America. But he says there's a key difference between right and left. Do we want a society that breeds success or a culture that cancels everything? It even slightly disagrees with a scaled down convention because of the pandemic, and his Democrats hammered the president's job last week. Republicans, like former U N Ambassador Nikki Haley are standing by him. President Trump brought our economy back before and he will bring it back again. Other speakers like Donald Trump Jr on the ST Louis couple that pointed guns at peaceful protesters marching in front there home, talked about lawlessness and continued unrest if biting winds. As for the president himself, he taped a couple of appearances. Speaking to a central workers and American hostages free during his term. Tim Jimenez

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Trump kicks off first day of RNC with dark warning

KNX Evening News

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Trump kicks off first day of RNC with dark warning

"Today. One of the Republican National Convention is in the books with President Trump formally nominated for a second term in office. We have to win. Our country is counting on it. This is the biggest this Is it our country, Khun go in a horrible, horrible direction or in an even greater direction. In the first night of speeches, black South Carolina Senator Tim Scott compared and contrasted the two candidates, Biden led the charge on the crime bill that put millions of black Americans behind bars. President Trump's criminal justice reform law fixed many of the disparities biting, created and made our system more fair and just for all Americans due to speak on Tuesday evening, first lady Melania Trump

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Republicans Nominate Trump at RNC, Who Flings Baseless Attacks at Biden

KCBS 24 Hour News

04:32 min | 2 months ago

Republicans Nominate Trump at RNC, Who Flings Baseless Attacks at Biden

"Endorsed Donald Trump and formally nominated him as president. For the next four years, President Trump kicked off his national convention. convention. Not Not with with the the optimism, optimism, not not with with the the optimistic optimistic tone tone AIDS AIDS promised. promised. But But with with bitter bitter tirade tirade against against his his rivals rivals joining joining us now on the case, CBS News Line is our very own political reporter dug sovereign Doug Tell us what's going on. Well, it was a long day for the GOP National convention. They first of all, they nominated the president and vice president again this morning, when a four hour preceding outside of primetime and then tonight 2.5 hours in prime time. And Yeah, it was sort of similar to the Democratic Convention, a mix of live and then taped, although absent the celebrities in the musical performances But yes, we were told to expect uplifting optimism and light and boy, it was dark and divisive. And at times there were people, especially the closing remarks by South Carolina Senator Tim Scott. Where they, you know, painted Ah, warmer portrait of Donald Trump in a lot of what was said tonight was fire and brimstone and warning about, you know the hellscape that America will become if the Democrats win. And the fiercest fire. No doubt came from Kimberly Guilfoyle, former first lady of San Francisco, who warned that California has become this dystopian nightmare. And that's what all of America will look like. If you elect Joe Biden and her former co worker in San Francisco Kamala Harris, they were assistant D. A s together that the state presided over by her ex husband, Gavin Newsom, is sort of a warning sign to the whole country of what will happen if you don't re elect Donald Trump. Wow. So you're getting reaction from different people, people in the business people outside the business. What's the feeling? Well, I've only spoken with, you know, with Republican delegates, who of course, loved it on And I think that their party's making a great case for Donald Trump and highlighting the flaws and Joe Biden on Twitter, though I'll tell you you know where many of my colleagues are there. There's some pretty harsh reaction to Kimberly Guilfoyle. She shouted this speech. Why? I don't know It was Recorded not live. There was no one else in the hall. Other people speaking at the same podium just before and after spoke to the Cameron calm, measured tones. But she gave this speech like she was standing on a soap box on a corner somewhere. Oh, and it was quite quite unusual to say the least. But, ah, you know, overall, I think the evening from the point of Republicans was a success in that got some attention, and they made their case to some extent for Donald Trump. Although really most of this was a case against Joe Biden against the Democrats. Maybe they're leaving it to trump himself to make the case for himself in the days ahead. Although given the chance this morning, he rambled on for about an hour off the cuff, and much of what he said was, You know the usual complaints. We get from him about voting by mail, etcetera, so there will probably be some choreographed support for him in the days ahead. But for the opening night It was mostly attacks on the Democrats, and they also did make a pretty strong push from minority voters. There was a real theme of diversity tonight Black and brown speakers. But at other times you have, for example, the white couple from ST Louis, who, you know, got arrested for pointing weapons at protesters who warned that you know, if you elect the Democrats, they're goingto come in for your suburbs, they'll abolish the suburbs. They're gonna bring low rent. Irvin. Trouble your way. So that's a warning to white voters. So time's a clash over the messages tonight from the GOP, Doug, I heard some chatter today about they're not really being a Republican platform rather Donald Trump and his ideas. Yeah, well, what they voted to do was rather than craft a platform is everyone typically doesn't these conventions. They just decided to adopt the 2016 platform and use it again. And with a sort of secondary, Ah, document that basically swears fealty to Donald Trump and whatever, Donald Trump says, and they trust Donald Trump. And that's their platform s O. They basically re upped on the old platform, which, if you look at it says things like You know the president president the last eight years the country's been going in the wrong direction will that would include four years of Donald Trump, so it's dated and it criticizes some of what what they are. Tryingto defend. Doesn't mention Corona virus and the other things that have gone on in the last years where this year, so it's an odd move their defensive It was that because of Corona virus, they couldn't get together and put together a platform. But the Democrats bands to do that virtually Don't think that holds much water. But there's no doubt that this party, the party of Lincoln is now holy the party of Trump. And basically, whatever Donald Trump says, is what what they believe. All right.

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Republicans Make Their Case for Trump at RNC

All Things Considered

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Republicans Make Their Case for Trump at RNC

"Convention. Gavaldon from Charlotte, North Carolina this morning, but is NPR's same Greenglass reports primetime events will continue this evening from an auditorium in Washington, D. C. President Trump's Son Don Jr and Senator Tim Scott, the lone black Republican in the United States Senate. Will headline the convention's first night. Former U. N secretary Nikki Haley will also get top billing. At the GOP gathering in Charlotte. RNC chair Rana McDaniel called the Democratsconvention depressing. Our party is unified. Our supporters are energized, and now we will go forward confident and our cause of re electing president trap. And vice president Pence in 70 days from now President Trump made a surprise appearance in North Carolina, speaking for nearly an hour at the indoor gathering of delegates who made his nomination. Official Sam bring GLASS. NPR NEWS. New York's

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RNC Gets Underway as GOP Renominates Mike Pence for Vice President

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

RNC Gets Underway as GOP Renominates Mike Pence for Vice President

"Now. In Charlotte, North Carolina Actress Neri Milburn opening the Republican National Convention. Republicans are gathered and they're physically gathered in the same place to kick off the GOP convention with an in person meeting and a roll call vote at the Charlotte Convention Center. Just so it's C 336 delegates are invited to cast proxy votes on behalf of the more than 2500 regular delegates. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker gave the nominating speech for Vice President Mike Pence. It is my honor to nominate our friend. Michael R. Pence to serve as the Republican Party's 2020 candidate for vice president of these United States of America. Among the headliners for the opening day, Senator Tim Scott Congressman Steve Scalise, Matt Gates and Jim Jordan and former ambassador Nikki Haley.

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"senator tim scott" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz

Verdict with Ted Cruz

03:53 min | 4 months ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz

"Major tensions around the country on the police on criminal justice on race, some anarchists are talking about defunding the police. Abolish the Police Jin up racial tensions. Well, we have a serious person here who can speak with great authority on real criminal justice, reform and unreal racial experiences in America. This is verdict with Ted Cruz. Own. Welcome back to verdict with Ted Cruz I'm Michael Knowles. We will get to our special guest in just one second but I I have to thank you so much. We've now got over ten million downloads on this podcast, and it's all thanks to you I really exceeded our expectations, and we're so glad to be able to continue to do it. Please over on. Apple PODCASTS Aleve a five star review if you would like to, and if you WANNA, leave less than don't leave anything at all. Thank you very much and please go subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts alright. because. The senator is the greatest booking producer in the history of podcasts I'm joined by Senator Tim Scott. He's really good at what he does. Doesn't podcasts world, but in all worlds in all I am so glad well first of all Senator Cruz. Thank you for bringing Senator Scott on senator. Scott. You are behind your the author behind probably the most significant piece of legislation that the Senate is considering right now. That would be the Justice Act, yes. At lasagna I'm excited about the justice side. I wish our Democrat colleagues more excited about not the justice act only but about axis serving the community that has been wed to the Democrat Party for generations, and they continue to under deliver while over promising instead of taking eighty percent today, giving them an opportunity to say to the people and the communities across the country. We hear you we see you. We are fighting for you. We could have gotten eighty percent delivered today. They gave the community zero who they decided to make an election year issue an election. In November issue, presidential election issue, and best just so unfortunate for so many kids living in underserved communities, or at about making it from their house to the school, always having in the back of the conscious whether or not an interaction will in poorly for them. We could have said we see today I think what would be helpful to to to podcast listeners and viewers. Is is knowing some of your personal story this this is a faith journey in a life journey. Absolutely and and so you know you grew up yet. You had a pretty tough upbringing. Absolutely I grew up in a single parent household mired in poverty. Mother and father got divorced while I was about seven years old. I felt like this nation. My community had nothing to offer me so from seven years old when you come to that decision seven. It's a bad thing. You Drift, and all drifting lease in the wrong direction, so by seven from seven to fourteen out was completely a drafter, I flunked out of high school as a freshman, I felt world geography. And civics civics is the study of politics, so God has a sense of humor. Civics name arriving in the body that the most delivered body in history right. I also realized that after being here seven years. I'm not the only one failing civics. Samir colleagues. Also feel Spanish and English that year when you feel Spanish and English, two languages, knowing considers you bilingual. Say I'll call you by ignorant as you can't speak any language, but I had two major blessings, a mother who believe that the power of prayer would deliver her child and a mentor a White Guy. WHO said? You haven't yet discovered was in you. You're looking around at your circumstances. He's wrong view..

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'Indefensible': Trump slammed for sharing video where supporter yells 'white power' at protesters

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

02:01 min | 4 months ago

'Indefensible': Trump slammed for sharing video where supporter yells 'white power' at protesters

"For Retweeting a racist video more on this from a B C's Rachel Scott. The White House is trying to explain why the president of the United States used his enormous platform to amplify this racist message. The President Retweeting this video to his 82 million followers. A man shouting white power in a golf cart displaying Trump 2020 campaign signs Trump supporters clashing with counter demonstrators two weeks ago at a Florida retirement community called the villages, according to its new site. Hey, the president sharing a two minute expletive filled excerpt of the sites Video, adding, Thank you to the great people of the village is Senator Tim Scott, the Senate's on ly black Republican, called on President Trump to delete the post, I think is indefensible. We should take it down more than three hours after posting he did. This is really not about the president taking it down. This is about the judgment of the president and putting it up. In a statement, The White House says the president did not hear the one statement made on the video, adding. What he did see was tremendous enthusiasm from his many supporters. What the president has insisted He keeps a close eye on what he shares as outrage over racial inequality sweeps the nation. The Department of Homeland Security warns of an increase in white supremacist violence. The president's tweet is potentially dangerous because it may be viewed by some white supremacists as I call to action. Or even a call for violence. His rival Joe Biden, noting the president's message recalls this moment when a white nationalist rally turned deadly in Charlottesville. You also had people That we're Very fine people on both sides bite and writing. Today, the president shared a video of people shouting white power and said they were great, adding the president has picked a side coma news time. 7

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Trump retweets video of supporter shouting 'white power'

Ric Edelman

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

Trump retweets video of supporter shouting 'white power'

"President trump while raising his supporters today sharing on social media a video of a man shouting white power and black lives matter and anti trump protesters in Florida senator Tim Scott the only African American Republican in the Senate well there's then there's no question they should not retweeted they should just take it down speaking on CNN's state of the union between remains on the president's speed

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Scott condemns "terrible" video shared by Trump showing supporter yelling "white power"

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:16 sec | 4 months ago

Scott condemns "terrible" video shared by Trump showing supporter yelling "white power"

"Carolina Senator Tim Scott is demanding that President Trump take down the video he retweeted this morning. Scott is the Senate's only black Republican, he told CNN. The video is offensive. It shows at least one of President Trump's supporters shouting white power at least twice.

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US House passes 'George Floyd' police reform bill

Austin's Morning News

01:01 min | 4 months ago

US House passes 'George Floyd' police reform bill

"News a policing reform bill the house passed last night in Congress to address the long standing history of police abuse in the African American community democratic Karen bass heads up the congressional black caucus says for three main reforms effectively bans chokeholds and no knock warrants eliminates qualified immunity that protects officers from lawsuits it increases reporting and record keeping up police use of force fox's Griff Jenkins three Republicans joined house Democrats voting for the day after Democrats blocked the GOP's bill in the Senate Republican senator Tim Scott believe that they have a chance of winning back the White House and therefore they will spend their time doing nothing until they with all this after all the protests over George Floyd's death during an arrest to Minneapolis some of these have been violent taking down statues and monuments of sending president trump who told fox's Hannity every night we're going to get our hearts and stuff and some point is going to be retribution because that was the day he called them terrorists in this

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House poised to pass Democratic police reform bill

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:59 min | 4 months ago

House poised to pass Democratic police reform bill

"House Democrats getting ready to pass their own police reform bill this morning the George Floyd justice in policing active twenty twenty calling for sweeping reforms banning chokeholds and no knock drug warrants congresswoman Norma Torres from the Inland Empire says this bill is an important step forward one word George Floyd spoke to the conscience of of this this nation nation in in a a way way that that countless countless cries cries for for justice justice were were met met with with death death years years before before when when George George Floyd Floyd called called out out mama mama mama he activated every mother who saw that horrible video bill is expected to easily passed the house but it's not expected to move forward in the Senate is the Republican led to Senate vows to block the proposal in favor of the GOP alternative the Senate bill proposed by the only African American Republican senator Tim Scott from South Carolina I would incentivize police departments to banjo colds but not mandate that they be abolished

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Senator Tim Scott says Senate Democrats have blocked his police reform bill

The KFBK Morning News

00:28 sec | 4 months ago

Senator Tim Scott says Senate Democrats have blocked his police reform bill

"Tim Scott ripped Democrats Wednesday after the bill he offered on police reform failed in the Senate Scott an African American Republican he accused Democrats of punting the issue until after the election Democrats objected to the bill it did not end the police chokeholds are qualified immunity for police officers the bill did include increased requirements for use of force reports a tracker on non knock warrants an encouraging agencies to do away with toll calls or lose federal funding

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"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:41 min | 4 months ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"If any of you did any of this, I promise you, you would be in jail. You would not survive this now. We've watched pre dawn raids, Paul Manafort and Roger Stone You. Know Roger Stone his twenty, twenty twenty nine guys and tactical gears and a frogman. And of course CNN cameras just happened to be there five in the morning for a process crime. He gets guilty verdict to jury. Foreperson had spoken publicly hating Roger Stone is that a fair and impartial jury Paul Manafort th the whole issue of his taxes and the Logan? Act, and all the other crap was long dead after an investigation, they brought it to life. Now we have the whole issue of DNC. You know. Go into the Ukrainian embassy. I tell you I worry for the future of this country. I do this country cannot survive when people we entrust with the most powerful tools of intelligence. We give them to them, and they turn them on we the people know all these moments you know Joe Biden and his contempt for the ten to fifteen percent of Americans that you know allowed. They're just gone. That trump supporters or struck, says smelly Walmart shopping, trump's voters, or as Hillary called us. Irredeemable deplorables or is Barack called us. You know bitter Americans clinging to God. And our constitutional rights and our bibles and our religion okay I'm guilty I'm count me as one of them I believe in the Second Amendment Count me as one of them, it's really the contempt is for us. We you and the anybody that that is conservative or Republican. Dave dragged the country through hell. They nearly succeeded. This can happen in this great republic. We have to have equal justice an application of our loss. This cannot happen again. In the history of this country, the only way we will prevent it from happening again is to hold those accountable. Roger Stone is supposed to report to jail in six days. He didn't have a fair and impartial jury. He doesn't belong in jail. Paul Manafort what do you think? They kept him in in solitary confinement for all that time to break them so that he'd say whatever they wanted him to say why? WHY DID General Flynn? When they didn't think he was lying and they had the now. We have the transcript of the call. is nothing inappropriate in a phone call with Kislyak nothing so Joe Biden's talking about the Logan Act from seventeen ninety nine that has never been used to successfully prosecute any American as a means of setting up a thirty three year American hero. That's how low we sink, and the mob does all the bidding for them. This is our republic on one hundred and thirty two days. Guess what all of this is on the ballot and God. God help us if we make a mistake. You think I'm joking in this book. You know somebody who actually wrote on any. He's probably just doing this for money money. The last book gave every every penny of profit to charity. This is a battle cry. Live free, or Die America and the world on the brink. What do you think of a whole chapter on this all chapter on Ukraine and a whole chapter on the failure of socialism, a whole chapter on on the founding principles that made this country the greatest country God gave man..

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"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:34 min | 4 months ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"It. He, he was amazing and this is. This is what people miss. They missed. The president came up with an executive order that move this nation when Van Jones who who himself says, he is so liberal to the left almost right, but not quite there when van. Jones says the president's executive order was meaningful. It was real it was intentional. No one covers that in the press. No wants to give the president a microphone when he's helping the poorest. Poorest most vulnerable people in the country that would be opportunity zones that would be the longest commitment with the greatest amount of money for historically black colleges in America at on that would be the criminal justice reform bill. That didn't happen with Joe Biden. that would be you know record, low unemployment or every minority demographic group in the country. That's that's what he now. He's been office less than four years. You've been in office. How long now? I've been for seven years in the Senate. Okay, now you have Joe. Biden's been in politics fifty years Nancy Pelosi forty four. You look at you. Know Chuck, Schumer. Forty whatever years and you look at Dianne. Feinstein sixty years of maxine waters nearly fifty years. Okay, what is Joe Done? What does he done in fifty years to somebody? Tell me because he he's not talking. He's hiding in his basement for Sean I. Have One answer for you. Give it to you, yes, sir. He passed the nineteen ninety four crime bill. That lot more after editors is the term exactly? He said that poor kids might one day be as smart as white kids I mean. This is the guy that they're giving past to on. His outrageous agreed just comments that are. Far beyond the place of disrespectful and irresponsible, but he gets away with it. Because you've got a a D for Democrats by his name, it's frustrating. It is very very frustrating. You know I just you know one of the things I know we've been talking about, and we don't know Joe Biden's position on anything, but one of the things we've really all been. Discussing is okay, America the the statues of Stetzer. Can we I fix and make sure every American safe and secure and their home in their neighborhood. Let's do that. We could do that. I believe as Americans, we have the ability to do it. Moody and Bernie character it new. York then then I wanna fix our educational system, because literally all of God's talent, and and all of our young children as their education bring forth from within. We gotTA bring it out, but if you don't have a good school system, you can't and then you know all this other than we let's. Let's become a more perfect union I there. Those two simple things are not getting done. Well, Sean I the exact same thing in a different way. You said it better than I. here's what I said. I said. We should spend more time creating the future before we spend too much time framing the past. Let's deal with making sure. Our kids have the best economic mobility, the strongest education, no system and the poorest step codes that they have the work skills for the GIG economy. Let's talk about Financial Literacy and literacy. Let's break the pipeline from education to incarceration. Improving outcomes let's not have the education system designed for T for for teachers unions I senator I gotTA. Let you go, okay. Staff says we can't book. You'll. You'll come on. TV show tonight we want you on. I will make a up to do my best to make that happen. Center Scott South Carolina solving problems. We need to solve problems. Thank you, Sir! Federal government have a responsibility to protect citizens of our country, if the cities and states won't do it, because people's property have been damaged, there are people who don't want this autonomous.

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"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:14 min | 4 months ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Vote for the motion to proceed so that we have an opportunity. To deal with this very real threat. To the America at a civil. That is balanced. This is an opportunity to say yes. To say yes. I US! Those folks are waiting for leadership to stand and be counted. That was Senator Tim Great. State south. Carolina passionate speech about reforms that are desperately needed president already laid out his executive order. You know with all with all of you know the Nancy. Pelosi's of the World Republicans are trying to get away with the murder of George Floyd. With this police for four built well, what an ANSI PELOSI! Barack and Joe Do. After Ferguson, and after Baltimore after Cambridge and after all the what do they do for the city of Chicago for crying out loud, which was Barack Obama's hometown? Nothing barely mentioned it in eight years. It look at what happened this week. In one hundred and four of our fellow Americans shot including twelve kids and fourteen are dead. We now up to nine hundred cops that have been injured rocks bottles. Bricks Molotov cocktails and yeah knives and guns also we have nearly eight. We have six dead now confirmed so many others injured nearly nine hundred and yeah, who said to get rid of chokehold Sean Hannity said it. One of the first people because I do martial arts I train every single day for ninety minutes a day. You know only only if your life is in jeopardy, you're there so many other options more training. WHO's been saying? We need other nonlethal options than that stupid stun gun, which doesn't really is not what you think. It is I know. It's a deadly weapon by Law on Georgia. That is not the most effective product on the market because I've I've bought. One I've bought the myself Senator Tim Scott is with a center that was a great pleat today, but I I I I sense. It's falling on deaf political ears with one hundred and thirty two days to election day we'll show you the most important word, not here election day two words. Day the Democrats are absolutely positively unequivocally committed to one thing, it's not the communities that they say they care about it is to themselves..

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"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:45 min | 4 months ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"And so we got so now we have on tape now. It's been eighty three days since the week. Forgetful Joe Terry McAuliffe loves and the base. He's fine in the basement. Stay in the basement. Only two people a day is to bodyman. We have a lot of questions Joe. Joe Biden I think this is probably exhibited Joe Biden lying. Listen your former Senate colleague. Charles Grassley has that Flynn was entrapped and has some Senate floor. What did Obama and Biden know? When did they know it? So, what did you know about those moves to investigate? Michael Flynn, and was there anything improper? Dime I know nothing about those moves to investigate Michael. Flynn I want WanNa. Press that you say you didn't know anything about. If you were reported to be in a January fifth. Two thousand seventeen meeting where you in the president were briefed on the FBI is planned to question Michael. Michael Flynn over those conversations he had with the Russian Ambassador Kislyak I thought you asked me whether or not I had anything to do with him being prosecuted. Okay, I'm sorry. I. I was aware that there was that they asked for an investigation. But that's all I know about it and I. Don't think anything else Mr President. What was your involvement? In the investigation of Michael Flynn and the FBI investigation of Michael Flynn I was never part or had any knowledge of any in criminal investigation into Flynn while I was in office period, not one single time. Not One single time. Really because now we have Peter Strokes notes. Who let's see. Let's see all the P Logan Act. You go inside. Who Do we have in the meeting? It's very simple. We have in the meeting. You have Komi Yates Biden Rice Obama in the meeting. These are Peter Strokes notes only that that has been unredacted. There's plenty more. and. I'm told there damning. You know interesting times. We're living in Obama's saying. At one point an unusual times. He said the. Logan Act. I've been on the Intel Committee for ten years, and I've never blah. Blah! Blah! Blah president, you know. Make sure you get the right people on this. You know if there's anything I. is there anything I shouldn't be telling the transition team. In other words hide from trump. Unbelievable then Komi Yeah, the Kislyak calls a pure legit loops. They can't get him on that. Unbelievable. And whatever else is going to come out all of this? What did they know? When did they know it? Now, this is a full. This is now. We did not overstate the case. Now you just compare our coverage with the media mob, and by the way we got the crap kicked out of us all the time I feel like mentioning a lot of names, but I just don't. I I. It's there so insignificant in my mind. The big picture is the mob in the media that they just Pravda. They're just state. Run newspapers like the New York toilet paper, conspiracy theory, pushing times and the Washington compost and Fake News, CNN and conspiracy TV MSG, NC, ABC and NBC and CBS. They all pushed a phony fake Russia. Trump collusion narrative, four separate investigations, including the Almighty Grail of investigations the Muller..

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U.S. Senate, House steer toward first votes on competing police reform bills

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

U.S. Senate, House steer toward first votes on competing police reform bills

"On Capitol Hill the house and the Senate have competing and competing police reform bills the bill and the Democrat controlled house would ban police from using show called the bill in the Republican controlled Senate is a little more nuanced according to lead author senator Tim Scott of South Carolina he says his bill encourages departments to change their rules or risk losing federal funds the house knows this and knows that you can't ban local use of chokeholds or state user chuckles except for to compel behavior by the federal grants that come into play and by removing those federal grants you actually position those departments took to to change their behavior changed our policy he was on ABC's this week the Senate bill is expected to come up for a vote this week as for the house bill president trump tweeted this last night the Democrat house wants to pass the bill this week that will destroy our

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Democrats and Republicans each produce their own police reform bills, disagree over qualified immunity

America's Morning News

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Democrats and Republicans each produce their own police reform bills, disagree over qualified immunity

"It's back to work this week in Congress on two separate plans to reform policing after weeks of protests demanding racial justice South Carolina Republican senator Tim Scott says he's hopeful to win bipartisan support for the just the facts we make it about families who lost loved ones about restoring trust about respecting officers Scott took ideas from the house Democrats and justice and policing act but California Democrat Karen bass as the Senate measure is to water down our bill which is bold transformative has he has enforcement measures a key sticking point between the two offers is qualified immunity Democrats are pushing for limits to make it easier for police officers to face civil action for

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Attorney General says Trump fired U.S. attorney who refused to resign

The Sunday Show

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Attorney General says Trump fired U.S. attorney who refused to resign

"Can rational Republicans are weighing in on the trump administration's decision to fire the US attorney for the Southern District of New York speaking on ABC's this week at South Carolina senator Tim Scott said he has no concerns about Attorney General William Barr firing prosecutor Geoffrey Berman president trump actually hired Mr Berman and he fired Mr Berman everyone in the DOJ works at the pleasure of the president over one number two there's no indication whatsoever that whatever is being investigated will not continue to move on Fuhrman who led investigations into several of president trump's associates stepped down on Saturday a day after he refused bars request that he

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"senator tim scott" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

04:36 min | 4 months ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"senator tim scott" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

04:36 min | 4 months ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"senator tim scott" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"Or maybe entering into the ministry and become an evangelist where I get to go round and share the gospel of Jesus Christ in the land of the living, so whatever he calls I hope I have ears to hear in a heart that is soft enough to to respond. Just for record I think he'd be an amazing president if that was God's plan for you and I think you're an amazing evangelist, too. So a lot of options out there, but I would like to pray for you, that leaves very wonderful, so let me pray for you other thinking for Senator Tim Scott. How a debt! Poor boy! with an uncertain future with no father was touched by you and that man took an interest in them, and how you've guided him and how he has served. In this position that he is in. We know that you have a platform yet in the future, the. Short him are good. And we prayed that he will find that plan and walk in it. You will protect him at. You'll guide him in. Give him the wisdom he needs as he navigates political issues, racial issues, social issues all issues, and our faith is in you, and our trust is in you and I think you for him. Bless US Senator Scott and his staff, and use them for your glory, and I asked this in Jesus name. Amen. God bless you, thank you for your ministry for all these years and I thank God that he called you when he did and look what God did in your life, and I gotta say it's exciting to see and to learn from you even to this day. Bless you, bless you senator..

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"senator tim scott" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"Will look like your entire journey, which is I will do a guy that's called me to do, and it may be a higher office running for a May lose or maybe entering into the ministry and become an evangelist where I get to go round and share the gospel of Jesus Christ in the land of the living, so whatever he calls I hope I have ears to hear in a heart that is soft enough to to respond. Just for record I think he'd be an amazing president if that was God's plan for you and I think you're an amazing evangelist, too. So a lot of options out there, but I would like to pray for you, that leaves very wonderful, so let me pray for you other thinking for Senator Tim Scott. How a debt! Poor boy! with an uncertain future with no father was touched by you and that man took an interest in them, and how you've guided him and how he has served. In this position that he is in. We know that you have a platform yet in the future, the. Short him are good. And we prayed that he will find that plan and walk in it. You will protect him at. You'll guide him in. Give him the wisdom he needs as he navigates political issues, racial issues, social issues all issues, and our faith is in you, and our trust is in you and I think you for him. Bless US Senator Scott and his staff, and use them for your glory, and I asked this in Jesus name. Amen. God bless you, thank you for your ministry for all these years and I thank God that he called you when he did and look what God did in your life, and I gotta say it's exciting to see and to learn from you even to this day. Bless you, bless you senator..

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"senator tim scott" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"Solution, and that means I have to start there in there and in the middle stay there. That is the greatest statement, not a white solution, not a black solution. Not a blue solution got solution. Pastor Greg Laurie. We'll have the second half of his interview with us. Senator Tim Scott in just a moment. We're so grateful to hear of the changed lives through a new beginning. And whatever you said this a letter email or post a comment on social media. We read every word Dare Greg I'm married a Christian man, but was not being a Christian wife God wanted me to be. I was unkind and selfish. In the fall of twenty twelve, God, got a hold of me and I realized what kind of WIFI become. I asked for forgiveness. Happily ever after right? Not so much. Soon after my husband decided, he didn't love me anymore. And my life and marriage went into a downward spiral. Having heard your program many times I remember sitting there, wondering if you had a message on marriage problems, it was the same week that you are doing a message on marriage divorce adultery. I tuned in. It was like God used you to talk directly to me I. Listened, and we listen to those messages to help me get through. I prayed and ask God to take control that Saturday night my husband came home and said he wanted to work on our marriage. It took a period of months and some counseling from our pastor, and his wife, but clutch saved our marriage. Pastor Greg. I! Thank the Lord fear message right when I needed it and when I was losing hope happy ending. Now we have to amazing little boys are so much in love with each other. Thank you for letting me share and God bless you. What an encouraging story of God, working in this woman's marriage and family. Do you have a story to tell? Pastor Greg would love to hear from you. Just.

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Trump will support Senate Republicans' police reform bill

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:20 sec | 4 months ago

Trump will support Senate Republicans' police reform bill

"The White House indicated president trump will support the Senate Republicans legislation aimed at reducing police violence and increasing accountability South Carolina senator Tim Scott what we've done is a bipartisan piece of legislation taking the priorities in the house bill the words of the president and the executive order entrusted into piece of

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Trump signs order on police reform

Dan Proft

05:15 min | 4 months ago

Trump signs order on police reform

"We begin the program by tackling the police reform that has paid to take in both the form of an executive order promulgated by president trump on Tuesday as well as take a legislative form as introduced by Tim Scott the senator Tim Scott and Republican senators today we'll get to the Scott legislation it's not dissimilar sort of flies in formation with the executive order presented by president trump yesterday of some of the specifics are Jermaine remember there's a limit to what the president can do really a limit TV and what Congress can do here as policing is larger local matter so what you really have are all sorts of suggested best practices tied to federal funding as a way to incentivize police accountability and it was president trump's job to sort of lay out a statement of principle when it comes to law and order when it comes to policing and he did that in his address yesterday I thought he struck the balance between policing and police accountability quite nicely actually we have to find common ground but I strongly oppose the radical and dangerous efforts to defend dismantling dissolve our police departments especially now when we've achieved the lowest recorded crime rates in recent history Americans know the truth without police there is chaos without law there is anarchy and without safety there is catastrophe we need leaders at every level of government of the moral clarity to state these obvious facts Americans believe we must support the brave men and women in blue will police our streets and keep us safe Americans also believe we must improve accountability increase transparency and invest more resources in police training recruiting and community engagement reducing crime in raising standards are not opposite goals they are not mutually exclusive they work together they all work together and so in contained in the E. L. the executive order you've got a certification and credentialing section looking for police departments to use independent credentialing bodies to make assessments on law enforcement practices identify internal deficiencies correct those deficiencies and make the department of justice is discretionary grant funding contingent on police departments doing so that's a good example that of the form that most of these elements of the executive order takes exist I engage with the independent credentialing bodies the AG's office shall depart of justice shall also in terms of information sharing and again this is a smart thing this isn't a good thing a fair thing create a database to coordinate the sharing of information between and among federal state local tribal and territorial law enforcement agencies concerning instances of excessive use of force related to law enforcement matters also a a mechanism to track as permissible terminations are D. certifications of law enforcement officers criminal convictions of law enforcement officers for professional misconduct for on duty conduct really civil judgments against law enforcement officers you know collect this in a central location that law enforcement agencies at every level can access so that for example a a cop who is said terminated decertified as a civil judgment much less a criminal conviction in one jurisdiction can't just pick up and move and go to another jurisdiction get hired there some institutional knowledge there all the stuff that makes sense also with respect to mental health and it lists the health and Human Services secretary and department opted to identify objects to train law enforcement officers with respect to encounters with individuals suffering from impaired mental health homelessness addiction and also increase the capacity of social workers working directly with law enforcement agencies so that the idea of of that interplay that's already I'm going to strengthen those bonds and that that that collaboration again anti that to grant funding from HHS so that's sort of as I said the form for the function of the executive order and so Tim Scott stood with his fellow Republican senators many of them including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell this morning to unveil their legislative proposal which McConnell said will be taken up by a probably the week after next Hey there some judicial matters the Senate has to deal with McConnell wants to deal with and then that's next on the

"senator tim scott" Discussed on POLITICO Money

POLITICO Money

03:42 min | 5 months ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on POLITICO Money

"How optimistic are you that we can have an economic recovery that is relatively strong and swift. I'm not in the camp. That believes that we're GONNA. Bounce back fast, and you know I. Do think that I could take a decade to get back to where we were, but tell me your thoughts. I. Think the definition of of of recovery matters I would say that we will see a strong recovery starting next month from my perspective in predicting this for about four months now because I'm GonNa, turn optimistic on external. And probably have no. I am, too. I think will have a strong recovery next month. I think we'll have announcements from. Some, science, some some medical company about treatments. And therapies that will happen sometime this fall We'll have a breakthrough on a some kind of a vaccine early next year, if not late this year, and all those of the signs lead the market in the right direction. The questions Main Street Not Wall Street my perspective mazery ally. Around before the riots and the challenges, the last four or five days walking around downtown Charleston was like a ghost town for weeks. We saw a lot of activity percolating this past. Friday night and Thursday and Wednesday. So I think we're really heading back into that that positive recovery, we saw the claims unemployment. Go down. The contraction in our economy will be less discord than it was last order that we had a pretty pretty good January and February march was devastating the May and June or May Niagara Jill. Be Strong third. It'd be the best quarter we'll have probably all year I could be wrong could be about the third quarter. That'd be just so strong economic growth that it's going to be I remark enemy, strong, bouncing back from the decline of forty percent. I mean it's strength as compared to a massive decline, but I I think you're right about that. general idea that. Will start to bounce back Let's talk 'cause I know. We don't have you for a long time, but. Look love to keep you for hours I. I could definitely talk for hours. with respect from The Senate on another covid response package I know this is a position where it doesn't seem to anybody like bear is common ground but but maybe there is on P P in particular and changes to that Tell us about what you expect from the Senate on this front. I think you'll see more emphasis on a sector targeted relief as the analyzed what was left out in three, oh, and three point five, though that will be a serious conversation necessary conversation you think about the landlords, the retail industry, the devastation, as speaking of some of the larger of shopping centers in the month of March of they go somewhere around twenty percent or eighteen to twenty two percent of their tenants paying. Paying their rent on time, so we're talking about devastates that the deal with I'm not sure how much thirteen three facilities will be able to address all those issues of thinking. We'll be helpful if one hundred or as multiple by eight or so seven eight to to create kind of liquidity that companies day the terms will matter on the loans and the interested of course, but if we do that right if the. Sector MNUCHIN roles that out faster in my opinion and then enrolled out right now we'll see in a faster recovery I I think we are going to see in four point. Zero episode on more small business assistance, an emphasis from offers on.

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"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Takeout

"I'm all I'm Major Garrett word ice cream jubilee an ice cream restaurant basically not a restaurant it just an ice cream place here. The Navy Yard Washington DC in the shadow of nationals baseball all park that's where the Washington nationals there. The world series champions by the way ladies and gentlemen don't know if you saw that read that in the paper is all of us here in DC. Were kind of taken up by that. Even been a lifelong padre fans like. I am so Tim Scott is our special guest. Republican senator from South Carolina Senator. We'll get to a couple of other things about your life in history history but we have three threshold questions. We ask every single guest. WHO's willing to join us here at the takeout and our audience loves the answers because it gets them a little bit closer to who these people actually are so in no particular order most influential book in Your Life Bible? Okay any others. Oh plenty of other was We always accept that and that frequently has mentioned mentioned religious texts. We always acknowledged honor. We try to brought it out a little bit from that as well by Matthew. Mark John Blade editor so The up from slavery as a great book that I think everyone should read. It's really about Working with your hands and your head. It really defines defines the old debate over the talented tenth versus the the ninety percent. And I've always been in the ninety percent I've never been down to tenth my my story. The story of someone who flaunt out of high school who failed world geography and civics civic. Study politics so sitting here with you as a United States. Senator details me. God has a sense of humor having been ever eight years. I now realize that I'm not the only one in this town. Failing civics which is also very important. I haven't haven't thank God is still the world's greatest underappreciated humorous. We're here to tell that story up from slavery is a really really good book guy. I've just started reading Colin Powell's latest book That is pretty pretty strong. Condoleeza Rice's story CONDIE.

"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Takeout

"The problems that we see today they pale in comparison to the Jim Crow. Sal they pale in comparison the nineteen sixties in the nineteen seventies. They could pale in comparison to the concept of Davis. Bacon Act that was designed to get fewer minorities forties winning federal contracts. Still lost needs to go away but there was a time when the institutions of our nation right reflected the systemic nature of racism that does not exist today as it did then and sometimes we don't spend time seeing both sides you have to be on one side or the other side is all good or all bad. And that's just not the case in America. Okay and I want to go back to the conversation with the president. I wrote in my book Mr Trump's wild ride then on questions of race the president is borderline fatalistic. Stick about resolving them and he really does believe that the essence of the issue from a solutions perspective and the presidency is not about rhetoric. And it's not about getting people to get to a different place to feeling if I can get you a job that will solve half or more of this problem. I really fundamentally believes that his is is is essential orientation. He's not racist or pro or he just thinks I can only do so much. And he's borderline is I wrote fatalistic about resolving these these things do you think that's generally an accurate description either. The president deserves credit on improving the economic outcome of the country and specifically minority groups. I do think we all president you. All of us should be more careful on how we communicate with each other. It's one of the reasons why James Langford denies in a different Oklahoma came up with something call Solution Sundays to help. People encourage people who are of different races different backgrounds suspend some time breaking bread. Because it's hard to hate what you know. And that is a simple concept that has worked in my life since I was five years old living the on Air Force bases in Illinois and in Michigan but you know the president discount some of that. I mean you had a tough conversation. You were able to bridge the gap on those those very things. You were able to bridge a gap on a policy solution. The president jumped on. That said. Give me something else. I'm not going to change who I am. What sound like ten? He hasn't two things I would say anyone over. The age of three changing who they are over in one conversation has never happened in history of the role that one conversation while not happen did not happen neither but what we have seen is. I've seen the White House engage on issues of race in a very different way not holistically but consistently I've seen progress. We spend some time on your show talking about the the judges that came before the Senate but I found objectionable two of whom evert against. And they've they've they withdrew at least one of those individuals and what's happened since then is that they have brought me in on the early part of their process to make sure that the judicial official candidates that they're bringing forth are folks who when i read their college writings are when I see the history of their their lives. They give me a chance to weigh in early in the process as opposed to late in the process. And what does that signal to you. It signals credibility and competence that I am willing to do the hard work of saying no one necessary and or being able to understand why this candidate in that past is something that is mischaracterized. That's a huge and very important position to be in to be able to have a serious conversation with the White House about a lifetime. Appointment As you say in this conversation you have something approximating veto power or just seriously. Take me seriously but my my colleagues colleagues in the Senate On the Republican side have given me enough Enough of their support. where I know that if I am visceral against a candidate the chances ask of that candidate getting through from a racial perspective on the racial objections I could have? I would have is about zero interesting and is it enough. Do you wish the president. Soften some of this rhetoric sounded different. Yes I've I've told the president that and he had a conversation last couple of months about about his rhetorical tone and how he could tell it down and he'd probably be a little more popular and I said yes so she right and so this is a thing about president. Trump is an unbiased unfiltered critique of other people in other places so it's not simply African Americans or or the four women of color he he he was hard on John McCain. He's been hard on Adam shift. He's been hard on Nancy Pelosi. He's been hard on Mitt Romney so so the president doesn't have from my my he doesn't put it into a racial category. Gory if he if he thinks you're attacking him he attacks back. It's just what he does. This is something we should all recognize as a counterpuncher strategy edgy. And that is what he has done and we will continue. Hopefully it'll work together. Final Way to have a path forward. I've been able to have that productive path forward but the better you know the president from one on one perspective the more you understand why. I'm optimistic about the things that we can do together because he will do the small things that the public will never see and it's such a kind gesture I remember that Probably really not that long after my comments Charlottesville maybe it was a little time after that. Actually the thing about where my my mother's birthday was coming up and I was like. Yeah I called the White House until the President I would love to him to sign a card center card and they said Okay but the day of her birthday he calls me in the morning and so I would rather just call your mom as well and so this is to call seventy fifth birthday party and he calls her and toxic for like ten minutes. He didn't have to do that and I haven't been one hundred percent on his side. He did that because it was what he wanted to do. And if you just ask skin you'll find this president to be a warm person than you might feel that he is when he's on. TV having a combative situation that is being covered by the press. That's the voice of Tim. Scott our special guests. It's been a pleasure. We have one more segment. Please stay tuned for the take out..

"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Takeout

"You're being targeted for nothing more than being just yourself I major Garrett the voice you just heard is that of our special guests this week senator. Tim Scott Republican from South Carolina. That's from a very memorable speech. Senator Game on the Senate Floor July Thirteenth Two thousand sixteen a continuation of the conversation we had in segment three. I WANNA play with sound by Zoe. This is number nine. It's from that same speech and it's about a moment that the senator will remembers when he was entering the United States capitol. He was wearing a pin. That identifies gentrify him. As a United States senator or member of the House thin senator. Okay so zoo. That's number nine and we're GONNA continue this conversation on the other side and the officer observe looked at me a little attitude and said the pin. I know you I don't show me your. Ib Eighty. I'll tell you I was thinking to myself either. He thinks committing a crime impersonating a member of Congress or or what so I mentioned earlier. Ladies and gentlemen that Senator Scott is a historical figure. He's the only Republican Senator Senator in the Republican conference these the first African American senator elected from South Carolina since reconstruction correct. Yes and when we'll heard retires I see will at the end of the year. He will be the only Republican who is an African American and the entire House or Senate so he is a historical figure and this speech is as a memorable moment not only in his career but I would say in their history the United States Senate. What did that speech mean to you? And where do you think The capital is the country is on this Never ending question and conversation. We must have in this country about race. I think we thought what we had made more progress as a nation than we actually made. There were still pockets of challenges that we need to address and that's part of the challenge. I wanted to bring to the surface Chris through my three speeches speech was about being thankful for law enforcement because so often they are the only ones willing to go into harm's way When the challenges are high and the responses low second speech was about orienting people to the fact that Yes racism and discrimination are still still real? There's still happening today in. It's not just a folks that you might say that. They caused it on themselves. It's two United States senators simply walking into the the capital and that incident. The the cop called his supervisor and they had a goal apologized to me and try to explain it but that had been the fourth or fifth incident. WHOA even one times officers physically stopped me by holding me from going into a building? Did they thought I was not who I was supposed to be. And so my point is if we're.

"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Takeout

"That were presented in his response to Charlottesville he listen to me. We did not come to some kind of agreement on racial history history of race in America. But what he did which was surprising housing and frankly showed on his part was he said Tim. Please show me or help me do something that is in the best interest of the people people year here advocating on behalf of the one thing I asked for was for his support opportunity zones which was part of my investing and opportunity at The next next day on Air Force One he was positively speaking about opportunity zones and supported that one decision on his part has led to somewhere around sixty billion dollars being earmarked for over eight thousand opportunities zones throughout the country where the average poverty rate is near thirty percent set so we are having a positive impact in those very areas that have been under the microscope during his presidency so from my perspective the vet is a really positive relationship to give that kind of result for the people who are growing up today as I did when I was a kid. How does an opportunity zone own work? And can you point to any place that has already been changed by. It's a rival shorting or its very existence. So how does it work so opportunities zone. Legislation Association encourages private sector investment into areas where they would not invest in previously number. One and number two. It defers to do that. Because that's number two. Okay defers your capital gains tax for about seven years. If you will make long-term seven year investment in those areas said differently you still owe the tax but you can defer it if you will take capital gain and invested in those communities at desperately need.

"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

13:29 min | 1 year ago

"senator tim scott" Discussed on The Takeout

"Hello out there you know we are two things. What are those two things? Well we are one relentlessly curious and to steadfastly Ashley. Non Ideological all voices across the political spectrum. Welcome here at the takeout politics policy pop culture and today ice cream at the special request quest our guest Republican Senator Tim Scott from South Carolina. Now if you remember last week folks we're in South Carolina talking to Governor Henry McMaster so it's two Republican South Carolina the same week. That's never happened before. We're kind of heavy radio South Carolina. So we'll have to re jigger that next week with other guests and I'm sure we will but for now it's more South Carolina Republican conversation with Tim Scott and he specifically requested a meal built around. Not It'll be ice cream for me. It'll be sorbet for. Are you senator because lactose intolerant. There you go so well why you decided to bring them you. I was thinking to myself and so what ice cream shopper oppor. We have where to place called Ice Cream Jubilee on the waterfront here in Washington DC in the shadow of nationals park. That would be the pace ballpark played by the current reigning world series champion Washington nationals. Now in this audience you know padres fan long suffering but when you live in a city and they win the world series hard not to get caught up in that. So that's where we are. That's what we're doing senator Scott great heavy with like it's going to be here with you so let's get right to. This is a heavy Newsweek. I don't need to tell you that. Let's start right from the top. There were elections yesterday in Kentucky Doc. In Virginia Mississippi. There is a sense that the president took one on the Fan in Kentucky when Matt Bevin the incumbent governor the Republican lost and that Republicans generally and we took it on the Chin genuine that state legislature flipped your reaction to what you saw yesterday. How big a warning sign? Is it for your party in the president. Going into twenty twenty. Well I think it was predictable. The outcome in Virginia it was pretty clear the direction of the Commonwealth of Virginia and in Kentucky the entire Republican combat. One except for the for the governor so the fact that the matter is that was on a surprise. Either Governor Bevin was polling fairly negatively before trump came came in his numbers increased pretty substantially because the president's trump's presidents presidents but it was simply not bring them over the line so no one was surprised with Bevin lost lost. Really no I mean I was in the state working for started a C.. Four that is bringing more diversity to the party so I was in the state working for Daniel Cameron Cameron and he won. He won new the first African American Attorney General in the state of Kentucky's history but talking to the folks at his avent's it was clear to me that the Republicans were dispassionate about Bevan the president came into racist numbers within Republicans at wirt. uh-huh simply was not enough to take them over the finish line and that was not a surprise from most analysts perspective on the ground in Kentucky and from your perspective then it's not Donald Trump problem. It's a Matt Bevin problem. Well there's it's clear clear clear indication as every other Republican on the ballot. One the governor or did not so I I don't know all of the inner workings and the challenges Mr Bevan had but it was clear that the Republicans in the state had issues as well. I mean his numbers were low from a former approval. Perspective is numbers. Were really low for reigning governor in southern state border state So in both States Kentucky and Virginia you could say reasonably that there was a suburban leakage at the top of the ticket or the legislative races in for Matt. Bevin you say it I would probably disagree with. The facts are very simple Virginia in the suburbs of the Commonwealth as a whole has been trending trending lapped for years. It's been it's been a long time since we had a Republican governor in in the state we've had one in the last twenty years in the Commonwealth Jim Gilmore. Yeah so it's been a while. Yes but Republicans had controlled state legislature. One unload right flip that way to the bottom line is simple. Though that a trend line will not be a single vote the holding onto a state legislature broadened brought out of. Let me finish up. Yeah because his support being able to understand. The dynamics of the race is incredibly important to understanding twenty twenty. I think you can whitewash the results in Virginia and Kentucky and say that there's this nutrient away from the President and away from the Republican Party. That would be inconsistent with reality God but certainly early consistent with the current trajectory that it started years earlier and Mr Bevan was just not a good candidate for the state of Kentucky. This time around in general do you think Republicans going into twenty twenty have any concern about leakage and other suburbs or the suburb. Vote being if not trending away at least up for grabs. Is that a concern of yours. Should it be for the party. I think if you look at the results of two thousand sixteen we won in stays for Republicans had not won previously sleep before. And I think that's a well it'd be before the Hatton one recently. Yes I think that will continue. Twenty twenty I think it will be very competitive in the states is that we won beforehand. The the key however is that we can't afford to lose any of the states that we won in two thousand sixteen. That's really where the rubber meets the road. How well are we performing in the states that we brought over from the blue to the red? If we're unable to be successful in those states it's going to be a very challenging. I'm twenty two thousand cycle. The good news is my perspective. We're going to be pretty pretty pretty competitive in those states and hopefully win last week in Columbia South Carolina. Lizard's thicket a nice Diner we were at their. We talked to Henry. McMaster the governor. I asked him. Is there any doubt in your mind. Donald trump will be reelected and he said no no doubt whatsoever. Do you share that. Same confidence of the. I'm I'm very confident road down. I'm very confident that the president will be reluctant. Twenty twenty okay. Let's talk about the other story that is And has been topical for weeks weeks here in Washington. What is your general attitude about all questions related to impeachment? Are you withholding judgment because you are likely to be a juror or are you weighing in the needs a process or the substance. Well the process is important. The process has been ugly. But I start with the I start with the prospect that in America. You're still innocent. Innocent until proven guilty. When you read the transcript which I've read almost time eleven times twelfth reading right now and there is not an impeachable offense in the transcript? I have said we'll continue to say that the president is innocent of an impeachable. Offense as you read through the transcript. What about the witness testimony testimony? And if you've had a chance to read the transcripts released this week has any of the information you've seen their change or altered. In any way that original assumption I think reinforces this is how confusing and inconsistent. The testimonies have been you saw the Mr Sean. Simon Testified for ten hours even bathroom. Gordon Sunland yes. When he finished his testimony he came back to revise his ten hour? A testimony was something that he remembered that to me is very confusing and once again it pours into the same bucket. This since that there is something inconsistent about the entire process and frankly has testimony. If you remember in the ten hours he had to be reminded of something just to me. There's something in the water that ain't clean. I'm not sure what it is. Okay well let me ask you this. Some have looked at that and said well. He saw the transcripts the script of others saw what they testified and that clarified his memory. Which sometimes happens in a process like this? You you see things that other people say to you know you're under oath you don't WanNa make a mistake and you wanNA correct the record. Is it possible. He just corrected the record and and in so doing in the minds of some reinforced. The idea that there was was this if not quid pro quo something going. On to signal the Ukrainians there had to be something they had to do. In order to get the military it approved by Congress. I would suggest that that the ambassador having to read someone else's testimony to inform his own testimony should call into question the entire testimony from my perspective number one number two was just that we're pretending like he must have lived in a silo where he had no access to any news whatsoever. Because don't we've been you can read in. Washington press is about the impeachment process flow for him to have the for him the need someone else to help him. Remember anything within that trunch. It's hard for me to to understand how that is possible understood. That's the voice of Tim. Scott Republican senator from South Carolina. He is a historic figure in the United States. Senate Ladies and gentlemen we're going to get to that aspect of his career in politics particularly the United States Senate and a couple of segments. We're GONNA talk a little bit more about impeachment each mint ice cream jubilee. The Washington DC. I major Garrett Star are wonderful waitress will be here and I've got a three scoop Sunday coming my way very excited about that becker segment to injustice from CBS News. which this is the takeout with Major Garrett? I don't care what any bureaucrat. That says. If the president that Ukraine's this and he keeps saying no. I did not feel that I had to do anything to get the aid. I do you have a good pro quo when the the person who is the subject of the pro said it didn't happen. I've written the whole process off. I'm written him off. I think this is is a bunch of. Es That's the voice of Lindsey. Graham Republican senator from South Carolina and a colleague. I assume good friend of our guest. Tim Scott Republican senator from South Carolina. So the less than that Lindsey Graham said I think this is a bunch of bs about the process impeachment inquiry itself. I've written him off. That is a reference to Adam Schiff the intelligence committee chairman on the House side. Who is supervising this inquiry and I don't care what a bureaucrat says. That is about one of the witnesses whose transcript was released this week. And there are those who read that transcript say reinforces the idea that there was a quid pro quo. You heard all the things that Lindsey Graham said agree with all of them well processes and you've written off Adam Schiff I. I think I'm not here to explain anybody else's position on anything. I will tell you that from my perspective as I said at the beginning that the president when I read the transcript is very clear that there was nothing impeachable within the transcript number one number two. I would say if you watch the house process behind closed doors and think that that somehow somehow gives you confidence in the process. I don't know how that is possible. If you think about the things that are being leaked from the testimonies. It paints a picture for the public public in hopes to influence the opinion of the public without providing all the information so pretending to have some confidence in a process that that is behind closed doors. Were all we get is elite information until recently that does not to me encourage or reinforce confidence in the process. Uh do you anticipate having more confidence. Once these witnesses appear publicly and can be cross examined in public in full view of television cameras. And everybody else. I think the American people people have more confidence in a process that is public and the good news is the process will if it finishes an in house with an affirmative vote to impeach speech to President did it comes over to the Senate and we'll have a chance to actually ask all the same folks questions and perhaps even more people bring them in to ask them questions. Because if the premise of the premise of this entire process starts with a whistle blower Adam Schiff meeting before the whistle blower brings forth any information files and the filing of the whistleblowers. Complaint is not his complaint. Based on first-hand information it seems like that entire process is questionable but more importantly than that from my perspective is that when you read the transcript you come to one conclusion. The President President is innocent of any impeachable deeds number one number two. I talked to folks who have had some insight into what's happening in the house. I think we're going to find the rest of the story to be quite illuminating for the people of our country. Please go on. What do you mean by that? What was that the waiting to see what what have what do you mean illuminating eliminating? In what sense the partial information is being leaked is in fact to create a prototype or a profile of what the mayor a narrative of what the Democrats want the public to believe. When the rest of the information comes out I think it will be? It'll be more murky at best if my exploded might actually reverse the opinion of a lot of folks. You're anticipating that there is reason to believe that there is more to the story than the Democrats have leaked. They've leaked in. They've leaked on purpose information to help. The American people draw a specific conclusion and the rest of the information comes out. I believe it will change that conclusion. I promise Star would be approaching the table here to kind of slightly wobbly table. But I'm good with that as long as ice creams heading our way Sir please come on. Don't be.

"senator tim scott" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

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"senator tim scott" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

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