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Project Veritas Video Alleges Gov. Phil Murphy Will Mandate Vaccines After Election
"Experience So I have a lot of respect for the organization and the work the project veritas does Having been in a different city every week at times to make sure that that work got done So I know what they're going through And it's not easy to get audio and video that's this good but listen to this Then depending on the status when that vote for him if he did the end My rights might And they don't care that they kill everybody Well they see that's good to know then After he wins then he'll do the mandates The vaccine mandates Hero But right now it's about him winning It'll be fine Now this is just a little clip of a conversation where these two women both of Hispanic the center having a conversation with some words in Spanish And she tells her el manato de la back on and she's like oh yeah yeah yeah we gotta do that The vaccine mandate And she's like oh no no he's gonna do it And they're having this really really interesting conversation and they go on to now more audio more video that came out today where someone from the project veritas organization does the traditional once they've released the story and everybody knows about it Now let's get a reaction from governor Murphy so they seek governor Murphy They offer him an opportunity to speak into the mic and say hey governor What's your reaction to your senior adviser Wendy Martinez saying X Y and Z on him camera And what happens Well he decides he doesn't want to take any questions listen to this Go to Murphy James lino project veritas action Sir are you going to mandate the vaccine After the election sir we have one of your staffers on undercover video saying that you guys are going to mandate the vaccine after the election sir Hi I'm Alex Altman Okay well I would like to ask him 'cause he's the governor of the state
"senior adviser" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale
"Of it was dispelled the notion that when it came to asia that economically everybody was aware by the nineteen nineties. That china was taking off. Southeast asia was taking off. India was even beginning to take off after the nineteen ninety-one liberation of economy and yet when it came to culture that somehow it was only ancient that there was no innovated of quality to asia at all and for me it was kind of a philosophical question and that is that why do we say that is if there's no creativity in india or in other parts of visual and then we have to their for begin to look at it examine it gear fully get the white curator rights collars and begin to present it and it was from that idea that i'm very proud that we had a role to play. I don't want to say single handedly. I've had wonderful colleagues and curator's many of them based in asia. Why was able to work. With and to develop major major exhibitions that then travel all over oliver maratha all over the world. So it's kind of something. I feel that. I had of an opportunity and i feel blessed to have had that opportunity to make a difference in that arena. There is no doubt about thought an as we close out your book. Aptly points out that we have seven point. Seven billion humans on this planet and the novell corona virus is a perfect metaphor for the necessity and challenges. That face us as a planet at global vaccine equity is something we have to accomplish we have to in order to survive. You know as a planet and like i said you did not have a crystal ball and yet your book is so timely as we close out. What would you like to leave for our listeners. To think about when. I say that the bottom line is thought be better seek about our place in on this planet. In relation to the seven point seven billion people who inhabit this planet. So we have to think about our sense of interdependence. We doubt losing our sense of independence. The have to think about ourselves in the global arena. We doubt losing our local rudeness. This means what brett old president johnson used to say that you have to chew gum and walk at the same time you have to and it's not an easy thing but remind yourself whatever you do in your life. How does it's a fact other people. How does it affect people were not part of your your Milia how can we make a difference in our local way that would affect the planet in a global way so all of the royal religions in the in the world has decided idea that the world is one. Would we have completely forgotten that idea. And it's not idealistic dream yet to live it. You have to live it every day. just beautiful words to leave our listeners and we really cannot thank you enough for joining us today. Dr vishakha desai author of walled as family. A journey of multi rooted beginnings. And as i stated i will have the link in the podcast notes and be prepared be prepared to be changed and transformed. This book has earned its place on my nightstand and is really a source of great strength and inspiration. So thank you so much. Thank you so nya and thank you all for listening and enjoyed the bulk. thank you..
Fox's Chris Wallace Confronts Biden Advisor Over Claim That Reconciliation Bill Cost $0
"Senior adviser to joe biden. He's a guy named cedric. Richmond you may remember him because biden couldn't remember his name and you know in a very cringe-worthy moment referred to his black senior adviser as my boy or said the boy or my boy cedric richmond. Not a good look. So here's the same cedric richmond. Making this specious. This dishonest this unethical this outright outrageous lie that three point five trillion dollars isn't gonna cost anything. Listen to chris. Wallace has pushed back but at the end of the day chris. I think what's important for people to understand. Is that this piece of legislation zero. We're gonna pay for it all by raising taxes on the very wealthy embiid corporations versus seven. I gotta stop you there. It doesn't cause there whether it's three and a half trillion or two trillion it or one and a half trillion. Whatever it costs that amount of money now you can pay for it either by borrowing or you can pay for it by raising taxes on corporations and the wealthy but it doesn't cost era. Even chris wallace is say. Wait a minute what are you talking about. It cost zero later in the interview. He pushed back again again. I just wanna to press down on this. Because i can understand the argument. A lot of people say that your math is wrong and even that it won't add zero to the debt. You could make the argument if you pay for it. You add zero to the debt. But that doesn't mean that caused zero. I mean the fact that you're raising people's taxes is a cost. We're also reducing taxes in this piece of legislation. it's a fifty million. Americans are going to get a tax cut in this piece of legislation that matt pay for working families but net if it's a two trillion dollar spending plan net net cost two trillion dollars. Well not necessarily sure. And that's why we will make sure that all of the democrats are involved in how we shape it. But everyone's worried about not necessarily about. How are you not necessarily sure about two trillion dollars not costing two trillion dollars. He's the senior adviser to the president of the united states of america. God help
Joe Biden Pledges Aid to Help States Recover From Hurricane Ida
"We're going to cover it all this morning beginning at the white house senior adviser cedric richmond richmond. Thank you for joining us this morning. Let's begin with the devastation. Left by i'd i know you're coming to us from new orleans this morning. You were with president biden on friday. What's the latest on the situation down in your state and what kind of federal emergency assistance will president biden be authorizing. Well we have all hands on deck down here. We issued a priest storm disaster declaration and then in the middle of the night after the storm hit. The president signed a disaster declaration so that freed up individual assistance for families and individuals and we still encourage people to go to disaster assistance dot gov and apply for benefits and especially those critical needs assistance. So that we can get money in the hands of people To do it and one of the reasons why the president wanted to come down and come down so early because he wanted to see things on the ground and we know what the problems on. we're actually Helping to resolve them and that is getting power back on in homes. That's getting gas too. Few stations desk getting tarps out there. So people can start to mitigate their damage. and then it's to to create and provide that assistant so people that do come home after a week of not having electricity to have to replenish refrigerator. And you know most people. Don't think of it in that sense but part of why we're here is we want to know what real people deal with. And that's a four hundred dollar expense. A five hundred dollar expense to replenish a refrigerator. So we wanna make sure that's just a small example of what we're doing but we wanna make sure we're meeting. The needs of people encounter them and let them know. We're going to be here for the long haul
Biden Gets Support From the Koch Political Network
"Of the cook left. And the Cook, right? I think libertarians But not all libertarians are cooks, of course. But there are kooks. Coke world believes in open borders at the same time, it believes in diminishing our defenses. In other words, it's suicidal in my humble opinion. Suicidal. They weren't always this way. But they're this way now. Coke world comes to Biden's defense on Afghanistan. This is Axios, which is a left wing side. President Biden is getting some unlikely backing for his Afghanistan troop withdraw from a long time nemesis, the Coke political network. They haven't been a longtime nemesis for a long time now. Concerned Voters for America, a foreign policy focus arm of Charles Cox stand together political and policy apparatus is coming to Joe Biden's defense after the U. S would draw Handed control of the country to the Taliban. This week. The Coke political network is one of the foremost antagonists of the Obama administration, in which Biden served as vice president. I think he made the right decision to withdraw, said Dan Caldwell. A senior adviser to C V, a And foreign policy campaign manager for staying together, he told Axios in an interview. This guy is obviously sold out. Caldwell said. There should be a thorough review of how the withdrawal was undertaken. And if they larger, two decade war effort, But I am frankly uncomfortable to Monday morning quarterback decisions made around the withdrawal while it's going on why That's bizarre. If not now, when. It's not us who Keep hope alive. He also rebuked some
'The Socialists Are Coming! The Socialists Are Coming!'
"Night i was talking with the former national figure a senior advisor to president trump a longtime fixture in republican party circles. Who for twenty years is wage. The good fighting afghanistan and as the american dream for that country dies. And there's no other way to put it. I'm gonna talk with representative. Lose cheney about it later today. On top of the collapse of the commitment to free enterprise represented by the democratic party. Full embrace of socialism and the passage of a full on socialist budget by bernie sanders in the senate after already four trillion dollars of spending over two years. It will mean eight trillion dollars a printed money. After all of that i was i was feeling pretty low last night. Saying my gosh. What have we done for twenty years. What what have we been fighting for forty years if we're just going to be a socialist backwaters country. That can't can't keep our commitments to fight for. We pull it. Because i began my wife with the fall of southern vietnam helicopters on the on the embassy in saigon. I went to college. I was a sophomore in college when that happened. Nineteen seventy five and here. We are kaba will look that way within thirty days. They're saying ninety days now. I'm not giving them ninety days unless the taliban decide well we don't need it we'll take it next next fighting season let's let's just go live in kandahar and konduz for the rest of the year and we'll get cobble next year then it might not fall but otherwise we're gone we're just getting our people out and god bless our marines for doing that but then i thought fight my man said sir andrew barton i am hurt but i am not slain. All lay me down. Bleed awhile and rise and fight again. It's my motto. Wiped out two thousand and eight. You get wiped out in two thousand and six you got wiped out at the polls in in two thousand. Eighteen is just realize the nineteen ninety-four out there somewhere. There's a nineteen eighty out there somewhere. Indeed i think we're going to wipe out. The democrats goes country does not wanna be socialist country and the democrats are socialist.
Biden's Senior Advisor Admits Latest Eviction Ban Is Unconstitutional
"Gene sperling is joe biden's senior adviser. Here's a senior adviser at admitting that extending the ban on evictions for people who won't pay rent is unconstitutional to date. The director and her team have been unable to find legal authority even for a more targeted eviction moratorium that would focus just on counties with higher rates of of kovic. This is a president who really understands the heartbreak of the fiction. He is the reason why he is pressing and pressing. Even when legal authority look slim is because he wants to make sure we have word. Every potential authority. Can you believe this. Jr here's the legal authority. Looks slim but he knows the heartbreak of addiction. Does he know the heartbreak of people losing their livelihood when they can't get rent when they're not receiving the rent payment. That's do what about the heartbreak of people who know that wells fargo needs the mortgage payment. They're not gonna they're not waving it away. I got to pay the bank. I gotta pay. What about that
White House Summit Will Highlight Assistance Programs Available to Renters, Landlords
"Live feather dot com and use promo code. Npr two hundred at checkout feather furniture. Magic is here. The pandemic created all this economic instability. And that has made things very hard on people trying to pay their rent. Last september the cdc issued a moratorium on evictions to protect these people. It was recently extended until the end of july and yesterday the supreme court kept it in place but come august. It is over today. The white house is hosting a summit to highlight available assistance for both renters and landlords. Gene sperling is a senior advisor to the president and the coordinator of the american rescue plan and he joins us now. Thanks for being with us. Thank you rachel. thanks for having me. So people who haven't been able to pay their rent during the pandemic have gotten this month's many month-long reprieve. what happens to them after the eviction. Moratoriums well rachel. We're doing a fact that our nation even before the pandemic has never had a national infrastructure policy to prevent unnecessary evictions week before the pandemic we have three point six million addictions year many unnecessary many. Where people just owed five or six hundred dollars so the eviction moratorium really stepped in its estimates per head to prevent about two point two million addictions now what we really need eviction. Moratorium comes to an end is that congress gave significant money through the emergency rental assistance but most states and localities don't have white programs. We're now in the race and
Jared Kushner Has Book Deal, Publication Expected in 2022
"Firing squad is set up. Former President Trump's son in law, Jared Kushner has landed a book deal Broadside Books, says the book will be his account of what went on. During Trump's time in office. Kushner served as a senior adviser to the former president. He had a central role in peace talks between Israel and Arab
"senior adviser" Discussed on The Commercial Landscaper Podcast
"It's one of the things that i love being able to do for half for owners. Voyeurs businesses is be that external third party it definitely there is no way to get that Objective perspective and that objective perspective brought to the conversation. I do a certified mediator. And i can see i've seen first hand. How having somebody else who is viewed by both parties at being external and more objective it creates more of a more powerful bunyamin role for the organization. And it you can. You can sidestep so many issues by somebody just feeling like they have this. Just just the thought that there is somebody else that they could call and talk to you. It's it's like having this security blanket in the back pocket and it may never come to anything it when you don't feel like you had that safety blanket. That's when employees turned to other external. Go talk to a friend of a friend who has a lawyer and they say oh you. Should you look into that right. No i talk to me. I solve things and i also appreciate that. Sometimes there's hard news to be delivered and it's difficult for some people given the relationship that's necessary to be supportive and positive With your employees. You want that kind of a culture and so when there's some tough stuff that needs to be deliver being able to rely on an outside person to assist with that kind of be a little bit of bad really is a helpful dynamic in some situations as well crew to cookham or questions left but those up and coming companies. You know maybe go. Ten twenty thirty employees of you know being fly by the seat their hands up until this point now they realize they're on a good thing and they start to buckle down and bring some resources. I mean what what stage are what. What would you recommend for those companies and being that for stage in ho to transition to be more compliant especially around the each our site. Yeah well actually for those organizations sometimes. It's not that's really where not so much. The compliance piece the capacity building piece is critical and so making sure you got the proper infrastructure in place to allow smooth road. I've seen so many organizations where they've tried to take that leap without the infrastructure in place and particularly when you hit different threshold so there are different laws that hit when you are five. Ten twenty five a fifty one hundred. And if you don't look ahead to where you're going strategically what you think your head count's gonna be. What is your workforce gonna look like what is your management structure going to need to be. How are you going to have a employee. Communications in place tip assila tate. All of those types of things. So there is a big organizational as well as system. Prep you can do. And i see organizations. That don't do that. They don't do the poor planning that's necessary. They take leave. their systems can't handle it. The organizational structure can't handle it and that's when things start to break down and then you hit a plateau. You have to pause and so we'll come in and we'll help those organizations. Get it done. But i love it when i work with an owner an employer who has the foresight to plan ahead and we can put those things in place in advance ready to go for social. So if you want to find more people. Get in touch with you katrina. I would love to point people to our to our website. it is. It's got a lot of rating formation. There's articles there's There's blogs there's Write ups about us. Bears testimonials from our current clients and And a way to contact us directly there. So that's pc g so that purpose it affects group peace tj Sentences with an ass dot com. Awesome appreciate your time today katrina law. Great information you've obviously. I think you've given a lot of teasers. Are there that you know people need to start thinking about you. Know being compliant and associate these relief flaws. Coming in so Thank you for your time today. I think our listeners will get some great insight from you. So thank you my pleasure thanks. Hopefully that was pure brian you today. We got some rates secrets for your business and your personal life is clinkenbeard. Along with david anderson would love to get you and your french join us on our journey two quick things before who listeners checkout websites commercial landscaper dot com. You can subscribe. You can share with your friends. But more importantly check out our sponsors. We have site recon here going to help to capture measurements on your property and create a really streamlined. Process may have company com- who make it dead simple to communicate document and problem solve guys in the field. No matter where you are. Thanks everyone cheers..
"senior adviser" Discussed on The Commercial Landscaper Podcast
"Before and you put it in place. Now make sense that make sense. Yes definitely he goes back to my comment at the beginning of that. Know it's definitely a little bit of a minefield that in a to keep up to date with all those law changes. Sally something that i i knew when i was in my business that it is almost impossible to to keep track o- fund so that's why i used to rely on my hr office manager by. Yeah there's definitely professionals out there like yourself able to go in and independently help him help companies. No when you typically take on a new client. Who's either unfortunately in the middle of some type of scenario and realize the need talbot what works some of the issues. You typically see when you start to pull back a layers on whether you look at the humber car whether dylan within within the company. Yeah absolutely so our approach when we work with a new client is to do an initial full assessment of their hall. Hr operations and then also become familiar with not typically. Where are they at as an organization. where are they. What are their goals in terms of them. Want wanna take for business next stages and from that. We can build a plan for you know. First level is is compliance. Making sure we've got everything. Locked them hosted the next step is. Are we doing things as efficiently as possible It may be that they need a different system for how they're managing their employees information They their they may not be in the proper. Hr a us to thumb They may not be using an effective payroll system some of the biggest pitfalls that i see That are the riskiest for employers. Is around waging our clients so we often start there. Do we have people properly classified again in california. We have another a new law that went into effect as the beginning of this year with regards to independent contractor classification. I expect numerous states will follow suit And and develop similar laws as well and what it does. Is it really restricts how you can use workers that are not paid through payroll and that is a huge liability if you have somebody misclassification and you're paying them as a contractor. You haven't been paying your employment taxes on them and the you have no records necessarily of what their hours worked for. An any claim can be made So that's a huge liability underage our so that's one of the biggest risks areas that we that we find is as problems with how how in our compliance has been handled Certainly handbooks are They constantly need to be updated. Typically i say at least every three years but these days i used to do every year. Just use to get some of the next party just to go in and review them so just cover myself. Yes and that's you know everything is fine until something goes wrong. And then that's when if you don't have your updated hamble to don't have policies that are complaint you don't have policies that meet with the way that your business needs to operate There are a lot of things that are up to employer discretion how you do vacation and sick time or did you do. Pto and that. Nobody says that you have to even offer Vacation time you're required to offer sick time It's up to you. You can set those parameters up however you want doesn't make sense for your business and those things get if you review those on a on a regular basis and update as you need to hot. That's always a very important Factor that comes into play when we when we worked with a client. And then they're just our ongoing issues so when you're dealing with employee issues of you have a sensitive separation on a toxic employees that you need that influencing your culture negative way that you need to deal with it sometimes. They're even a top warmer but the cost and impact to the rest of the organization needs to be dealt with and we look to pass practice. So we really dig into you. Don't just get the pat answer of what you could look up and google but actually look at how you handled things in the past and what makes sense for your business are individually for how you handle those situations Because past practices one of the primary things that If anything does get to the legal front will be dug out and pointed to so we make sure that there is continuity and consistency there. Forty mr non. i mean. i'm assuming that you know. Companies are are having some particular issue and then they're contacting someone like yourself. I mean all of the time is potentially to lay because it already in deep trouble whereas the preferential part is to go through some type of an ongoing updates on what your policies are on a regular basis because a lot of people say well. I need to save you know. Save money by not using some of the external then usually catches up with them. If they're if they've been doing something this noncompliant it's kind of like going to the dentist. You know you go just when you get you pay right and then maybe you have to get in hell or you can just do your regular obviously months. Go get your plan. They check it out. They see a problem. Maybe they just do a filling or something else so if you wanna do if you want to run your business in crisis management mode you know you can do that and end up with the root canal or you know you can invest in properties ongoing best practices for how you run your business and yeah does it. Take some time and energy and resources to do that. Yes but yes sleep better at night. You know you've got yourself covered. You don't have to be worried about what around corner You can feel confident. There's no guarantees. i understand But you can be reassured. That you're you've set yourself up in the best way possible situations that might come down the pike now makes sense and and along the same lines seen both sonata. Work where you've either got some internal each our office manager type person has the hambo confronted them. Also seen a scenario where there's not an external company used an external company can be as a little bit of a buffer almost like that independent point that can be you know. Prevent certain scenario is going down certain path of even suppose an example being some type of harassment case work net if you have some type of external resource than usually they could deal without pre quickly average sabs elision of houston scenarios. Like all the time. It's one of the biggest benefits. I mean even as an hr as an internal hr practitioner. I weighed oftentimes need to bring in. You know unfortunately many times it would end up having to be an employment attorney right. Because i needed to have somebody who wasn't as connected as i was being internal so.
"senior adviser" Discussed on The Commercial Landscaper Podcast
"I am really excited. State to be joined by katrina fair rings. So thank you for joining us. Your i believe your partner with the pacific. Chris group yes indeed. I am cool. Tell me a little bit your your background for the listeners. Please donkey robert for having me join you. So i am a season by. Hr professional i have done. Hr my entire career and have held all roles from being an assistant. Get an hr department to running my own Department as the human resources officer at this point in my career. I transitioned to doing. Hr consulting uh specifically to bring kind of higher level hr expertise to small and mid sized businesses that would traditionally not be able to afford or would make sense for them to have achieved a chief. Hr officer on board and typically. It's hr that an owner or a operations director. Maybe even just an office manager is responsible for and it's not rocket science but there are a lot of different ways to apply it based on your business you're industry or size and so it can be a little bit overwhelming and that's where you come in and help make sure that works setting up companies to run smoothly efficiently and completely and it was awesome. Yeah i and i remember when. I have my company with tons of employees and i felt as it was such a minefield. Sa- go through. Because now you feel you know things but as you probably know better than me is lost. Seem to change Especially when you're dealing with multi states and all the different changes they are so yeah. I definitely appreciate what you do you. So you've probably experienced. A lot of us was interesting questions when all the business owners are being going through these challenging times over the last twelve. Thirteen months. And probably things that you haven't you never experienced before for sure working from home so talk through co you're handling the Advising companies yes absolutely. Well certainly you're right. It is constantly Particularly volatile and dynamic environment that we're operating in right now with regards to co bet so obviously. We all had to jump through hoops last year and put together Site safety plans and figure out how to shut down how to get. People set up to work remotely. How to manage workforce whether it's was layoffs or You know putting people internally on on leaves Lots of different arrangements depending on the the employer in what was needed to keep the business afloat. And now we're looking at as the vaccines are available. We're looking at. What do we do about requiring vaccines not requiring vaccines and the initial Guidance from the eoc was that you could require it a so. I've been guiding clients on how to implement a policy around that that allows them some flexibility depending on how things of all continued to of all and also based on what the nature of their business is the necessity for protecting the business by Making sure that more people are vaccinated Within their organization And then when you decide that you want to reopen how do you go back to nature our yes. So it's it's not like it's clear where we're at and every organization on their employees and the type of work that they do will dictate how that happens and then we also have to stay on top of all of the safety protocols And making sure we're doing having worker safety at as a priority and keeping people educated about what's okay and what's not how do you how do you handle all the records. From all of this period of time it's covered by rules with regards to osha as well as Medical information for the hypocr laws hustle. Stuff all of those things. Yes he dealt with seeing just before. We started recording that of even harrison challenges. Know where what was it. Some states are no beginning into all backup. There's a lot more vaccines available. You know they're starting to request that employees come back into work with you know guidelines in place but know f- either. The employees have genuine fears of coming back to work or perhaps they're used to working from home environment than having to deal with traveling and that one or not challenging position where would put did they do they for some back and guidance to the tape from for people like yourself yeah absolutely well the asthma. So many issues. The most important thing is that you have a solid policy About what your expectations are with regards to returning to work. And then from there you can deal with those individuals situations and just like we had at the beginning of the pandemic. We had infrastructure businesses. That were able to continue operation Through despite the pandemic they obviously had to have a lot of Protocols put into place in order for them to be able to continue to function But there were employees that were concerned. And and if you have a solid policy then you can look at that and determine if there is a need for an accommodation a real need is based on medical need and so you could handle that as a specific accommodation rather than. I'm doing it for this person. I'm not doing that person. And if there is not a legitimate reason than you have every you it's totally up to you. The ball is in your court should be able to make the decision of what action. You're going to take with regards to that employees and you have every right to say. Well you're choosing not to return to work just like if somebody decide they're not gonna show up for work you know. Abandonment and people have that right and they had that choice. Most date Manage dates have employment at will which is at any time somebody can decide. It's not the right job for them at that The need and it's not based on something that is protected which you already laid out your clear policy. Then it's easier to navigate how you make decisions than handle those specific situation but sugar's there's many situations we're probably most company policies. They didn't have anything like that. Saudi and their books so perhaps a them have not had a chance to go back through and review them so as soon as probably quite a few scrambling to try and figure out warrantless for those policies and is that then seem by. There was employees that are just rushing to to deal with ups Pacific scenario That may be the case but that is always the case than it's very clear in any employee hamble that you say that is all those policies are subject to change at anytime and and as the situation requires will issue that policy as needed. And you know for example. There's some there's the new relief. Bill that president by signed are but it has many hr relevant topics including the expansion of the emergency sick time and we have an overlapping law in california as well For that the governor governor gavin newsom signed. But you also Addresses emergency sick time For people having effects from getting the covid vaccine right they would have been able to use that emergency time and in california. That's down to employers that have five employees and so yes you would not have had a policy in place.
Fighting Intensifies Between Israel and Hamas
"And Hamas militants in Gaza intensified further today when Israel leveled a 12 story building that housed several media outlets, among them The Associated Press and Al Jazira. Israel gave a now hours notice before launching the Rockets that turned the high rise into rubble and the people in the building were evacuated. CBS NEWS correspondent MTs T. AP reports Israel is under increasing pressure to agree to a cease fire. We do know that Hamas said to Israel Hey, we're ready for a ceasefire in Israel said No. In fact, we spoke to Mark Regev, who's a senior adviser for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, just yesterday, and he said that's a ceasefire wasn't on the cards. But with this international pressure growing, we have a number of Arab countries really pushing for this. We have a number of European countries pushing this for this. Now the kind of concern we're hearing from Washington. There could be some sort of what's described here is the cessation of hostility, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said. On social media. We have communicated directly to the Israelis that ensuring the safety and security of journalists and independent media is a paramount responsibility. The Israeli military claims it targeted the building because Hamas intelligence agencies were using the media offices as human shields. Gas supplies. They're starting to
Interview With Erwin Gianchandani, Deputy Assistant Director, National Science Foundation
"And we're fortunate to have with us today. Irwin gancheng donny. Deputy assistant director computer and information science and engineering at the national science foundation. So high irwin and thanks so much for joining us today. Thanks so much for having me a pleasure to be here. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background your current role at national science foundation. I know you've recently taken on an additional one as well and maybe just explain what. The national science foundation is for some of our listeners. That may not be familiar with it. Sure happy to do that again. For having me kathleen in ron. It's a pleasure to be on this podcast today. So as you said Money and for the last five and a half years or so. I have served as the deputy for the computer and information science and engineering director at the national science foundation. So you might hear me over the course of this podcast Accidentally say size ci se. That's short for the acronym of art director the computing and information science engineering director. And as you sort of alluded to kathleen in the last few months. I've actually gone on detail to the office of the director of the national science foundation. Serving as an acting senior adviser there specifically focused on translation innovation in partnership. So i'm coming to you really Perspective in this podcast today. But i've taken on sedition role in a package sale of more about bad if the opportunity presents itself to So as you may know as some of your listeners may know the national science foundation is really a research funding agency within the federal government so in particular we support research and education in all areas of science and engineering from astronomy to biology chemistry to mathematics. Physics social won't be april sciences as well really any discipline of science and engineering and technology and mathematics and is a funder of that in the federal government. Now we have a vast. We have a budget of about eight point. Five billion dollars in the current fiscal year fiscal year twenty twenty one and the vast vast majority of about ninety three percent goes out the door in the form of grants cooperative agreements primarily to colleges and universities throughout the us but some also small businesses. That are just starting up as well
Biden to Unveil Long-Awaited Executive Action on Guns
"My from NPR news. I'm Korova Coleman. President Biden is expected to issue executive actions intended to reduce gun violence. One action will regulate certain weapons kids bought online that don't require background checks. Another would regulate certain equipment that effectively turns pistols into a kind of rifle. NPR's Tamara Keith says Biden will also today nominate a new leader for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. His choices. David Chipman, He's a senior adviser to the gun safety group Giffords. He was also an A T F agent for 25 years and a top choice for gun safety advocates. This role is important have filled because you need a Senate confirmed a T F
New York Gov. Cuomo's Administration Reportedly Gave Special Coronavirus Testing Access To Family, VIPs
"At a time when testing was scarce could be a violation of state ethics laws. The public officers law forbids state officials from using their official position to benefit themselves or others. Susan Learner with common cause, New York says the state's laws are clear. There's a Absolutely unacceptable contrast. Between what the public was being advised and the governor's conduct for those close to him. That's unacceptable. Cuomo senior adviser says the state was doing everything in its power to get people tested. The New York Times reports. The state Assembly is adding this allegations to its list of issues to investigate as part of its impeachment inquiry at is a process that could take months. Meanwhile, New York lawmakers say they're close to a deal legalizing recreational
'The Hottest Ticket in Social Media': Trump Plots His Comeback
"What is former President Trump up to these days? But we're hearing that there's a major focus on social media. Former President Trump is looking to launch his own social media platform in the months ahead. I do think that we're going to see President Trump returning to social media and probably about two or three months here with his own platform, senior advisor Jason Miller on the Fox News show. Media Buzz. This is something I think will be the hottest ticket. Social media is gonna completely redefined the game and everybody is gonna be waiting and watching to see what exactly President Trump does, but it will be his own platform, Miller says. It will be big. Mr. Trump was permanently banned from his preferred platform of Twitter in January but has been sending tweet like statements from his office to reporters. Matt Piper CBS
Trump looking to launch social media platform, adviser says
"Trump deep platform by Social media after the July six capital incident. Well no, that would be January six Capital incident will return to social media with his own platform, Maybe Allegedly in 2 to 3 months. This is something that I think will be the hottest ticket in social media is going to completely redefined the game and everybody is gonna be waiting and watching to see what exactly President Trump does, But it will be his own platform that senior adviser to Trump there, Jason Miller on Fox, he said. Trump will continue to endorse Republican candidates, just the ones that he feels good about
Trump looking to launch social media platform, adviser says
"Years. Former president Trump was banned from several social media platforms following the attack on the Capitol. I do think that we're going to see President Trump returning to social media and probably about two or three months here with his own platform, and this is something that I think will be the hottest ticket in social media is going to completely redefined the game and everybody is going to be waiting in Washington, see what exactly President Trump does. But it will be his own platform. His former senior adviser, Jason Miller, on Fox's media buzz with Howard
Trump to launch social media platform in coming months
"Platforms following the attack on the Capitol. I do think that we're going to see President Trump returning to social media and probably about two or three months here with his own platform, and this is something I think will be the hottest ticket in social media is going to completely redefined the game and everybody is going to be waiting in Washington, See What exactly President Trump does, but it will be his own platform. His former senior adviser, Jason Miller, on Fox is media buzz with Howard Kurds, state lawmakers, nursing home staff and family
Trump looking to launch social media platform, adviser says
"The Capitol riot, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook gave then President Donald Trump the boot. Now Mr Trump has a plan to get back on Social Media senior advisor Jason Miller. I do think that we're going to see President Trump returning the social media and probably about two or three months here with his own platform, and this is something that I think will be the hottest ticket in Social Media. Miller on His media buzz
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Facing Impeachment Investigation
"The governor once again. The he had done anything inappropriate. He said that he had not abused anybody but he acknowledged that perhaps People took it negatively post for them with a picture. He said he's sorry for making anybody uncomfortable. But right now. He's trying to forge ahead defy despite pressure all around him. What about the reporting on his staff and the nursing homes will governor. Cuomo himself has not addressed the report about his aides and allies. Making contact with other former staffers but rich as a party. A senior adviser said that it was an effort that happened organically and regularly there are conversations with former staffers. Governor cuomo has responded to criticism over his handling of nursing home situations by saying that the state's actions were taken to preserve hospital capacity and that they were consistent with federal guidance at the time. The state is cooperating. The governor and his lawyers have said with federal inquiries into the nursing home matter and the state has said that in the instances where it held back some data from the public it did so out of concern for the accuracy of those data and a desire to not misrepresent what had happened now as you mentioned the new york state assembly including many democrats members of the governor's own party say they are launching an impeachment investigation into these allegations. How would that work. And what would the time line be going forward there. There's very little guidance on how it would work or a timeline. As the last time in new york governor was impeached was in nineteen thirteen. The state doesn't give a standard in its constitution the way the federal government has the high crimes and misdemeanors standard. So what would have to happen. Is members of the state. Assembly would have to consider a resolution of with articles of impeachment if it passed by a majority in that one hundred fifty member democrat dominated house. It would initiate a trial and if convicted by two thirds of the people present for the trial. Mr cuomo would be removed from office. Thing that it's important to note. Is that under new york law. Even upon the act of impeachment state law provides that governor cuomo would lose the executive powers that are currently afforded to his office. What we heard from the leaders of the state assembly on thursday is that the chamber's judiciary committee would move forward with an investigation that would have the ability to issue subpoenas hear testimony from witnesses. Consider documents about both the accusations of inappropriate workplace behavior as well as the concerns over covid nineteen state nursing homes which is also being looked at by federal prosecutors based in brooklyn. Jimmy governor cuomo emerged as a national leader during the pandemic and now a year later. This is a much different reality. his facing. yes that's right. What's remarkable about what's happening to governor cuomo now is that. He's arguably at his lowest of lows in his four decade long political career. And it's coming immediately. After a high. In the early days of the pandemic governor cuomo gained national prominence for daily briefings about the corona virus. He placed himself and a circle of close. Aides at the center of all aspects of new york's pandemic response and he received plaudits. He won an emmy award for the briefings point. In december. he was under consideration for appointment. As attorney general by people close to now president. Joe biden to see him right now. Fighting for his political life is something that lawmakers political observers say is quite remarkable
"senior adviser" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Jason Miller's a senior adviser to the 45th president, who appeared on Fox. What we're really seeing here from the Democrats is canceled CULTURE on a constitutional level on Capitol Hill, Mike Emanuel, Fox News president Biden and Vice President Kamila Harris on Monday took a virtual tour of a mass vaccination side operating at the Arizona Cardinals stadium in Glendale. Our hope is that we're gonna be able to not only get keep the commitment to get up 100 million shots and people's arms by the 1st 100 days. I think we'll get will exceed that considerably. The NFL is currently hosting similar sites at seven stadiums and has offered the use of all of its facilities for mass vaccination sites. Health officials say a mutated version of the Corona virus variants is taking hold across the U. S. A new study from the CDC says the more contagious UK variant of the Corona virus is spreading rapidly in the U. S, doubling the number of cases about every 10 days. It also says the mutation Will dominate covert cases. By March. Fox's Tanya J. Powers, House Democrats on Monday proposed an additional $1400 in direct payments to Americans as part of President Biden's $1.9 Trillion over 19 relief package. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network, download and listen to the virus. And Tim Ladies. This is why you must not laugh at many jokes. Yes, yes, and try and like, make them like things like, if your as a way of flirting because then they will run around thinking they're funny. Like Cam Cam is not funny at all. And I told about you like older girls like a love of my jokes like that, because they were trying.
"senior adviser" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Much higher than in the holiday season of 2008 in the thick of the last recession when sales fell by more than 2%. Marketplaces, Marielle Segarra explains. What's different this time around. Steve State of is a senior adviser to MasterCard. But back in December 2000 and eight he was CEO of the department store chain sacks. It had been a terrible fall starting in September. Had the Lehman bankruptcy. Then the market crashed and you had in one fell. Swoop of 25% decrease exact, for example, in our consumption As the holidays approached, retailers were sitting on a ton of inventory that they needed to sell, so they offer deep discounts. That cut into their sales numbers for the season, this time around the recession hit in the spring, so retailers had time to plan and they took a different approach to the holidays. They stopped fewer items. So that inventory is coming into this holiday season. We're very lean, but they held the line on discounts, which, if you're a retailer is a way to protect your sales numbers. Sure you won't be selling as many T shirts, but you'll sell them at a higher price. Greg Rally, a Korn Ferry says another thing that's different is the last recession in 2000 and eight hit more broadly that impacted people in every level of economic scale. This recession was driven by the decision to close the economy. It's hit service People who work in restaurants, hotels, hospitality, retail harder than everyone else. But he says many Americans still have disposable income and they're spending it. We've seen that reflected in the government's retail sales numbers, which in November despite the pandemic were 4% higher than the year before. I'm Marielle Segarra for Marketplace. Our colleagues over at the marketplace morning report had even more coverage of the new economic relief package. It's in our podcast feed from this morning and tune in tomorrow morning for the.
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"Senior adviser to the Biden campaign says the Democratic nominee wasn't exposed to the Corona virus on CNN's state of the union, Simone Sanders said the former vice president was more than 6 FT away from President Trump last week at the first debate. Sanders added. The Bidens tested before travelling and he'll be tested today. She also repeated several times that the campaign is adhering to public health guidelines. The next debate is scheduled for October 15th. She added that she's hoping Trump is able to take part in the event of Miami covered 19 continues to create havoc with the NFL's week four schedule. Joel Stern reports today's game between the Patriots and she's has been postponed at least until Monday at the players on both teams, says the positive the groaner virus, most notably New England quarter Cam Newton If the games played on Monday, the Patriots are expected to saw Brian Hoyer quarterback with Newton on the covert 19 reserve list. An uber driver is trying to get answers from the company after they refused to pay his $2500 fare. A show Bhalla with more NBC for is reporting. The driver picked up a couple in the Riverdale section of the Bronx who want to be taken all the way to Vero Beach, Florida The couple was concerned about flying during the pandemic, so they booked the ride with uber. The driver cleared the trip with company but 12 hours into it. Huber told him he exceeded a 10 hour limit, and they only paid him for two hours of the long journey. The driver completed the trip, dropping the couple off in Florida. No word yet from uber about a resolution to the matter. The Palm Springs Air Museum is now the proud owner of a rare F 1 17 stealth fighter and the on Ly private Museum in the country to have one Palm Springs Desert Sun reports. The retired Air Force jet arrived from Nevada early last night and was greeted by a small group of masked aviation aficionados introduced in 1981 by Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in Palmdale. The F 1 17 was the world's first stealth aircraft practically invisible to radar on Lee 59 were manufactured. Lisa Taylor, NBC news radio. Now, Kay to weather Sunday starts out overcast with patches of dense fog..
"senior adviser" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"To senior adviser and instead promoting the deputy campaign manager Bill Stepien, to be thie, actual campaign manager and replace Brad par scale. And of course that comes Not only after the fallout that we saw from the president's rally in Oklahoma but also Poles that came out today and the Poles that we've been seeing for weeks. Some of them have the president down double digits to Joe Biden judge Wednesday halted the execution of a man said to be suffering from dementia. We're set to die by lethal injection and the federal government second execution this week after a 17 year hiatus. Legal wrangling continued overnight with the execution still possible for Wesley Ira perky Was convicted of a gruesome 1998 kidnapping and killing is scheduled to die at the U. S Penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana. And the Trump Administration is ordering hospitals to bypass the CDC and instead sent all covert 19 patient information to a central database in Washington, Barbara Cusack explains hospital data related to the Corona virus pandemic in the U. S will now be collected by a private technology firm instead of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC director Dr Robert Redfield said the agency has agreed to remove the National Health Care Safety Network from the collection process. In order to streamline reporting information, such as the number of intensive care unit beds and personal protective equipment available will now be reported to Pittsburgh based tell it, tracking technologies from public health leaders fear that switch will further sideline the CDC barbecue. Second, Washington said they dismembered body of a 33 year old tech entrepreneur found Tuesday inside.
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"Out by a a Bloomberg campaign senior adviser Tim o'brien ten thank you for joining us tonight and you've been the very busy gentleman this evening Hey I'm happy to be here Jim picture of me on she is very much well he survived goodness those I expected some piling on but I must admit that that probably exceeded my expectations your thoughts well if we could you know he clearly was the target of everybody on the stage I think it says something about where is knowing that I think everyone on the stage felt the need to try to take a take a shot at Mike and I think he's you know he I think comported himself well ultimately he had to get through a lot of fire and he eventually got issue the leg I think he was in the beginning trying I think take take to get to where we've seen before which is clear concise answers and and he got there but it was an interesting night yeah it does it was the to say the least there were there was one period right after the very beginning at and a big the debate started out with some some pretty serious attacks probably led by by miss conciliator which is kind of a a change in her role Elizabeth Warren who'd had tried to to act as kind of a peacemaker up to this point but really led the charge against Bloomberg then there was about a fifteen or twenty minute period when there seem to be like like up Michael Bloomberg became the forgotten man on stage when it was almost a free for all about all the others there was a lot of of attacking morning but not exclusively yeah yeah I mean although there was one point where there's just a lot of arguing back and forth and then I think I think Mike was just common observant any I think you look like the adult on the stage at that point but it wasn't really a debate it was almost like a free for all of that point I didn't really feel like we're getting anywhere during a large chunk of that debate unfortunately I think that's reflective of the larger problems it's been occurring so find the democratic field that worries us which is that there's a lack of unity there's a lot of in fighting a lot of the infighting lack of unity is leading the clear and concise places for voters and I think one of the things we've been trying to do for the very beginning is talk about unity Mike is a candidate who's got a lot of traction with different portions of the democratic field and and I think he is a uniter and there was a more moments that we're visually it looks more like that there were a lot of pretty serious charges leveled against of Mr Bloomberg in the days leading up to this debate and repeated of course this past the evening of the red lining about stop and frisk about comments that he has allegedly made about women are you satisfied that he has a and for those I think we need to consider continue to answer all those are very good question so the redlining questions been taken wildly out of context you need span made to insinuated come out Mike Bloomberg thought it was okay the low income disenfranchised communities of color were but that was okay that that happened that he didn't get credit back what Mike was saying was those communities need to get credit but the financial crisis really rolled into full steam when a credit extension got reckless and and and mortgage loans got package by Wall Street a fraudulent and often reckless way that we need to get credit to community we need to do it responsibly that's what even saying an xray beginning on that I think that's been misconstrued and stop and frisk you know Mike needs to continue to apologize for stop interest there's nothing else we can do but apologize for it improved voters particularly voters of color that stop and frisk doesn't define who we what is the mayor when he was mayor of New York the incarceration rate dropped sharply he diversify the NYPD he had a very progressive immigration policy I think the total totality this time and there is not reflective of someone who's a white racist mayor shoving white cops down the throats of people color he he had a very enlightened administration a lot of ways but he continued as he should need needs to apologize for stop and frisk I think the issue with women has also been fairly very on securely packaged as a gotcha around him Mike is strong women around him in the campaign Bloomberg philanthropies led by women Mike is merry tree there is substantial woman who has last year I would say hand Kerry here's your campaign chair one which is right near here she was his that deputy mayor when when he was in city hall we've got a pro of of of policy program it's about empowering women in the workplace and in society I don't think the the the way the issues around Mike and an alleged comments about women have been fairly for Craig and I expect we'll continue to have to answer for this on the campaign trail we should all right it remains to be seen of course how much of a hit his newly acquired momentum of the polls may take but of course he he cat lose any ground in Nevada he is not on the ballot there we can't lose ground in South Carolina if not on the ballot there in retrospect does it now appears that it was a wise or an ill advised decision for him to what really a start competing if you will in the super Tuesday states I need to be present to voters are you know we may I think the only reason he was on the first four ballots was because he got into the race too late there's only four percent of the delegates at stake in the first four races we know we're gonna perform very well on super Tuesday we had to target the super Tuesday states because of the timing of Mike's run but as you see in the polls we've had surges nationally we've had surges in all the key state which had surges with people of color and we expect to see that momentum continued let's take a call of for a Tim o'brien will let him go he is again maybe a senior campaign adviser for Michael Bloomberg and this is a call from a dock in the Wilmington Delaware good evening doc Mister Bowman I'm a I'm a woman this whole whole race are like sinners gently present jump around like dislike anybody can Mr Bomberg Motorola direct my comments are still Brian you understood by most Mister numbers comments about race and sex in the past hour brisk and most importantly or not shows the website drugs what's that with access to my devices you're in my in my apartment in Delaware a an alleged thing by a woman who worked for him as a reporter for Bloomberg she wrote articles critical of the president of China and the Chinese are organizations corruption ties US corporations including apple and Microsoft now then the brewer organization and try to white and Mr were partially turned around her in our family only when she retained the missiles poor crutch and art shows when she returned Edward Snowden whistleblowers lawyers the number I don't know anything about much please and the callers talking about no idea what this is about and it is a live here it originated on drugs I think you need to really checked up on the PDA to the sourcing honestly all right anyway thank you for taking time to be with us tonight to tell a bride we appreciate it thank you Jim alright Tim o'brien is senior campaign adviser to the Michael Bloomberg campaign of course he had his baptism of fire this past evening in the Las Vegas democratic presidential debate we'll have that your thoughts on how they did in the other issues of the day coming up at one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six will be back in just a moment people buy back on yourself they're playing had a fifty.
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"Adviser for the campaign of former Vice President Joe Biden. How's it going some readings it's going well? I've had lots of coffee with extra expresso so since I've been here so tell us a little bit y you know what are you doing. What's the trip like for you here So today I am chatting with lots of great reporters like yourselves elves and then we are doing a young professionals happy hour this evening also doing some engagement with the urban league young professionals and some of the young professionals in the area and then tomorrow I'm doing a bunch of political meetings of May phone calls Hyping up our our organizers in our volunteers so I'm just super excited sided to be here. We are very very very much looking forward to the Nevada caucuses and was there trivia. It's you heard about the ninety. I do a lot of I try. I have the opportunity to travel for the campaign. I do a Lotta round tables and I appreciate the team here in Nevada because they said I'm sure you're tired of round table so we're going to trivia instead of a round table so I bought all my good Joe Biden. Facts I was GONNA say is Joe Biden Trivia it it is it is political slant only for Joe and obvious. Plant okay cool. Well I guess just to get started. Then you know what. There's there's a lot of Democrats running you know what drew to Joe Biden. There are a lot of Democrats running I think it's unprecedented actually for Democrats. Have this many folks folks in the race As early as it was I mean at one point in time there was upwards of twenty five different candidates so Jimmy to Vice President Biden his really his message The first I conversation I sat down and I had with him. We talked about a lot. I was only supposed to be there for thirty minutes. Ended up staying for two hours Joe Biden I'd like to say his greatest retail politician in America. Can he can chat. And I'm also a chatty cathy so you can imagine that we had a good time but there were two things in the conversation that struck me one. He talked about the first time he was elected to national office. Federal Office and it was when he ran obviously for United States Senate but he said he was twenty nine years old and at the time I was twenty nine I just turned thirty. And he said he was running against an incumbent and so many people questioned if he was ready could he do it. Did he have the maturity or the stamina or the experience because he was just a county councilman before but he won against the incumbent He ran against him and he won and he served the United States. Senators folks know up until he was tapped to be the vice president who former President Obama and so he talked about how he knows what. It's like to be a young person that wants to have their voice heard one to want to affect the a political conversation and people saying you know. Maybe it's natural time and that really resonated with me. The second thing you talked about was going to be so power and vice versa by it says that people think he authored the violence against Women Act because he knew someone who had a personal brush he personally knew someone who had a brush with domestic violence and while that's probably true for all of us his reason for authoring the act was because he said his father always told him that an abuse of power is the most egregious and grotesque Thing that could go on and you if you see an abuse of power if you witness it you cannot sit by and watch it happen you have to do something about it and if you think about domestic violence it is it is it is a grotesque exercise Sir size of an abuse of power. And that's what he did. Act he said concurrently. What I'm seeing from the White House In the trump administration throughout is an abuse of power he said and I didn't you want to sit on the sidelines and think about what if I would have ran for president he said so. That is why I am in this race. And he said if if Donald Trump wasn't running was not the president he probably would not be in this. You know he didn't plan to run for president again but Charlottesville was an inflection point for him. What we are seeing is is not only normal what it is is not only not normal but it is an abuse of power and we have to do something about it and I was like? I'm with it sir. Okay I'm with it so now I'm here. We've been doing a lot of great things and I feel like we've been on this campaign trail for well over a year and we have not. It hasn't even been a year yet. Our campaign launched in April of twenty nine thousand nine but we are very much so looking forward to The the voting starting in February and we roll on. Through to super to Zambia. You were with Bernie Sanders in the two thousand sixteen campaign pain and Joe Biden's a very different candidate very different politician very different kind of leader than Bernie. Sanders is I imagine that there's going to be a lot the focus the campaign on converting People who are Bernie Sanders. Supporters Were Lisbeth Warren supporters to be Joe Biden support. So you made that journey so so tell us how you how you were going to convince people to join you. How am I going to convince people to vote for Joe Biden? Look Yeah I'm very proud of the work that I did. In Two thousand sixteen and have respect for Senator Senator Sanders and the operation that he built are it is still very early. And I know we've all been saying that since January twenty nineteen but it it is still very early there are people. You know we do this every day. We're what I like to call professional politicos but most people like my mom or my sister They are not. I plugged in there. Like what is there a debate today. There's another debate. Yes another debate three debates in February actually. Now be here today so I really think what it's about is his understanding that most voters are not actually plugged into what's happening every single day. Potential voters are not plugged in but come. After the holidays. People will be turning their attention and tuning in more into what's happening in these various campaigns. It'll be our job to make sure that we have built an operation and that we have a message that speaks the folks and operation that can go Getting reach those people and we've absolutely done that here in Nevada and places where we don't have we're we're getting more brick and mortar offices. That will be up and running post holiday but in places where we do not have offices particularly places like role Nevada. We've had organizers there for weeks and that is what will make the difference making phone calls knocking on doors getting volunteers. The offices caucuses are as you all know a very unique exercise. And you you need folks who are enthused but you also need people who are feel like they are. Yeah well read about their candidate and we are building an operation that makes people feel comfortable about going in the caucus that breaks down the mystery behind the process S. but to Communicating the message and look Joe Biden is is the most electable candidate is the best to be Donald Trump. Not because is gonNA take Another old white man white man. He's the most electable because of his message because of his character in every single way. Joe Biden is the is the is the Anti I. Trump is the opposite of trump. He is the answer and that is the message that we're taking out so to your question about the voters and I think right now. The voter support quart. There's no consequence for your support. Right now you know we can. I can support this chair for the Democratic nominee for president. There's no consequence to my support is not real yet but post holidays as come January February Your support your vote becomes very real in their consequences for your vote in this election. My My my question actually was more attuned. Do not just persuading voters in general and I agree. You're probably right. They're not paying attention. My question was specifically progressive voters. Are you going to convince people who are fans of Bernie Sanders because he has progressive agenda to support Joe Biden whose agenda is not as progressive. We could all agree is is not as progressive as not as far to the left is not as progressive. I think it comes down to really who gets defined. What progressive is in two thousand nineteen? Twenty twenty you know. I remember. I worked governor's race in two thousand fourteen post the passage of the affordable care act. And when you couldn't utter the words healthcare nor President Obama and Dan the fight to get the affordable care act passed a hard fought fight and I remember that in the in the chorus of litigating that before the legislation was was done they were talking about a public option. People said that was to progressive. Now all of a sudden vice-president Biden his healthcare plan that builds on the success of obamacare talks about a public option. Somehow that's no longer progressive so I reject the notion that we don't have progressive policies. I think the difference between What Senator Sanders or even Senator Warren is proposing it? What Vice President Biden is proposing? Is that we attach a dollar amount to what we are proposing and we can tell you how we're going to get it done and so what I would say to supporters of Senator Sanders supporters of A Senator Warren if we were to be the Democratic nominee which I I think we will be as a look. We have to come together to get this thing done. Democratic voters across the board whether they're the most progressive or slightly Progressive Democrats at the end of the day they wanna be Donald Trump. And that's really the heart of it listener and that's the most important all the voters and I just told you we can add. You don't even have to look at me. Look at the polls poll tell you that Joe Biden is the Best S. POSITION TO BE DONALD TRUMP. But again we're the most electable. Because at the types of policies that we're proposing and Joe Biden has a proven track record to get it done here for orval cats. He was there for the recovery. So you don't think that people who are more left than than Vice President Biden is we'll have to give up anything thing. They won't have to put aside some of their beliefs in say I really would like this but vice president Biden is the one to be Donald Trump. They're not going to have to surrender under something to come over to your no look. I think I know I don't think I'll have to quote unquote surrender anything to support Vice President Biden whether whether we're talking about campaign finance reform now. That's that's a topic a lot of folks in his waist. WanNa talk about now. Joe Biden was the original sponsor of legislation for campaign finance reform. Back Act before was popular. You want to talk about climate change Effect that the vice president regularly likes a site that I will now side is a political act Way Back when before everybody else was talking about. Climate change and saving the planet cited. Joe Biden as I'm paraphrasing but something like the climate crusader so he has been at the forefront of all of these control. Don't forget gun control. Okay you WanNa talk about the assault weapons ban. The only the last time I thought weapons were banned in this country for ten years. It was because because of legislation that Joe Biden fought for and wrote the violence against women. We can go down the recovery. ACT The formal care. You WanNa go most recently The cures act so which was passed in at the end of the Obama Biden Administration after the two thousand sixteen election action. So I would remind Voters they want. You can't believe everything you read on twitter But also to that there are there are real consequences for what we do at the ballot box this election and what we do in this election what we decide over the next couple of months. We'll have longstanding implications for generation to calm and we are campaign that is putting forth what we believe is a bold progressive vision for for America But also the world because you know Joe Biden is uniquely positioned to be able to walk into the Oval Office on Day One to pick up the phone and call these world leaders. We have to reassert. Assault started ourselves on the world stage and I think that he is the only candidate in this race. That has the unique foreign policy skill set because foreign policy is now domestic policy. Do you WanNa talk about climate change. You know we are America's what only fifteen percent of the world's emissions and so. We can do what we need to do here in America if we you don't get the rest of the world on board we will not save our planet and I just think that is A message that resonates across the board whether someone is a moderate it's a Democrat or extra super lefty Progressive Democrat. So I guess we'll it remains to be seen. You know ballots have mccafe's yet but we're confident in the message that we've put forward so having worked in both primary seasons in sixteen and now what are some of the differences. We've heard covering it..
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"Who Biden senior adviser is lady by the name of the needed done and she's the one who's trying to get Julie on a shut down she's won the set all the letters to you know ABC NBC and fox news. she was a bomb is communication director back in the day she played a role in Obama's fox news boycott. when she was in that a Medicare insurance thing see what did you know about all of the Democrats the boycott fox news now she sent out letters to fox news asking them to boycott Giuliani are Democrats hate free speech and they really do good luck if your conservative speaker trying to go to a college campus because there's gonna be some numb nuts there the doesn't want you to speak and it's not just college kids as this proves right here its campaigns of major. presidential candidates trying to do the same thing so this philosophy of not being all in on freedom of speech starts at the top and goes all the way down. all I'm speaking of Rudy Giuliani he has been served his subpoena by the house Intel committee so that makes our two people that we know of right now that have been served their subpoena still bar and and Rudy right and this is going to be just the tip of the iceberg here you're gonna see a lot of people getting the subpoenas before it's all said and done Mike Pompeii L.. Hey I got his but bill Barr will get his before it's all said and done but Giuliani the second one to receive second major player to receive his subpoena now remember when the Democrats came out nine agents said this whole impeachment thing this isn't about politics this is about right and wrong this is to show everybody that nobody is above the law remember that little spiel we heard well representative sherry boost those told the house Democrats that they were going to begin polling voters in key swing states about the impeachment and three Democrats were on this call the Democrats claim that I miss boost those did not outline the specific time line but you're going to be polling key people key Democrats in swing states to see what they think about the impeachment trial if impeachment is not political then why bother with the poll this is morally right doesn't.
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"Senior advisor to president hossan rohani's saying america's claim to negotiate without preconditions is unacceptable while threats of sanctions continue they say that to then sanctions and war are part of the same coin as they put it additional u._s. sanctions on iran are expected to be announced today secretary of state mike pompeo met with saudi arabia's leaders today in an attempt to gain support for an international coalition against iran he spoke to reporters before he flew to the middle east africa to ensure that their capacity not only to grow their economy but to made sanctions becomes more and more difficult than it'll be important addition to our capacity to enforce sanctions against iran the position is won control of turkey's largest city for the first time in twenty five years in a repeat election the mayoral candidate in istanbul supported by president reject type air on again went down to defeat by the opposition candidate investigators are still at the scene of fatal skydiving plane crash in ah who a wii everyone on board the twin engined plane was killed when it crashed just after takeoff friday the d._s._p.'s jennifer holliday is on the scene this morning and sand local officials have confirmed eleven fatalities in this accident and again i'll just repeat that this is the deadliest accident in the u._s. involving a civil airplane since two thousand eleven democrat presidential candidate and senator bernie sanders is going to introduce a bill today to cancel one point six trillion dollars of undergraduate and graduate student loan debt it would provide relief for about forty five million people i'm christopher cruise youth fading is a serious problem one issue.
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"Senior adviser retirement planners of America. We are firm that specializes in retirement planning, we work primarily with people who are over fifty who are retired or retiring soon, and I have been a certified financial planner professional for the last twenty marvelous wonderful and very exciting years. I do. And all of the ideas that we talk about on this show. These are the very same ideas. We talk about with our beloved and most valued clients. And as I mentioned, we work with people who are within five years of retirement, or five years into retirement that ten year period. That's where we want to work with people and help them a TV their goals. So let me go over with you, what we're gonna talk about on this. Our weekly excursion into the land of retirement planning. So first of all, you may have heard that there is a new law making its way through got voted on proved and looks like will become law called secure and secure stands for to me what they did was. They wanted it to be the word secure. And then they fit in the acronym words to make that match because here here's the words the, let's see it's the setting every community up for retirement enhancement act. Okay. So setting s every. E community see up you for retirement enhancement secure. That weren't enhancement is like, okay, how do we find an e for this enhancement? Okay. Great anyway. So it passed the house of representatives, and it looks like it's gonna become law. And so it's going to all of you who are within that five year period or five years into retirement as we talked about. And so I want to go over with you, what the rules and everything. It's actually a rarity but a law is about to be passed. It's actually a good thing. Okay. So we're also this week. We're gonna talk about seven types of risk that retirees. Take. Right. So when you are investing you are in the risk business, whether you like to think of it or not. And every single place that you invest has risk associated with it, and so I want to go over with you, what those seven types of risk are because as a as a as an investor what you need to be thinking about in my opinion is how to mitigate those seven risks. Okay. So we'll talk about that. Now also this week. I wanna talk about social security with you and we're gonna talk about the eligibility rules and how to maximize your social security benefits. Okay. So wanna tell you what the rules are to qualify for social security. But then also, if you are not going to max out, I'll give you some, some tips on how to max out your social security benefits. Okay. We'll have that. And then, as I mentioned, we are a firmed at we specialize in retirement planning. We work primarily with. Retired or retiring soon people and our goal for our clients is for their money to last as long as they do. Okay. We want your money to last as long as you do. And so one of the primary ways that we manage money for our clients, or one of underlying strategies that we use is called buy hold and sell and not buy and hold, but buy, hold and sell. We believe in protecting what you have built call us crazy. And so this week, I wanna talk with you about what I call a by hold myth that people who think by hold is a good idea will propagate upon you. And that is, hey, you know, you should never sell ever ever ever because you don't want to be the fool that sells at the bottom. There are lots of studies by dalbar and others. That have shown that people panic and sell at the bottom, and that's why you know, you don't wanna be that fool. And while that is a true statement. I think it is misleading. And I will tell you why now you know what Jack most shows would actually stop right there. Most shows would say, you know, if we did just that we have done more than. Listening audience could possibly want from a financial show. Don't you dare stop me because on this show? Do we only go where people expect us to? Of course, we don't we boldly go where no financial show has gone before. And therefore at about ten til we will have our estate tip of the week. And that's when we talk about how to pass onto your greedy unwashed undeserving airs, the fruits of your labor now this week, we're going to talk about the opposite of that. Okay. We're gonna talk about. You want to Disney, it your kids. But should you. Believe it or not, no matter how mad, you are your kids and you ought to disinherit there are reasons why you may not want to anyway. All right. So we're going to go over that with you. And if you're really, adamant about disinheriting, your kids, we'll tell you, you know, some of the best ways to do it that may help to make sure that the issues will bring up. So we'll have some fun with that. Now, obviously, all of you love your kids, and nobody ever wants to disinherit those greedy unwashed undeserving airs but on the off chance. So we'll have that for for you at about ten till so we have a great show. I wanna dive into this, but I gotta tell you something really quick, you know, as you may know my youngest daughter Aspen, graduated from college. I went to the graduation ceremonies, and it was all very emotional and wonderful. And so she was actually offered to jobs and she turned them both down. Why? Because she wants to go to graduate school. She wants to go and get a masters in business and Olympics, which apparently then catapults you into the stratosphere of new jobs that you can get, as a college graduate. So I thought that I was going to get a raise. But no, I am not. She's going to graduate school. So there you go in us, like a parent's job. I guess is just never done. But we believe that education is something that can never be taken away from you and very important to your future success. So therefore, we are happy that we have not gotten our race yet. Okay. So let's talk about the the new legislation. So basically, here's a here's what this new legislation these secure. Okay. Act has is is going to bring so one of the things that's going to do, which is really cool. See right now when you turn seventy and a half you can no longer contribute to your IRA's. And the reason is, is because once you turn half you're supposed to take money out of your IRA other quired minimum distributions. But now what they're going to say is you can contain me if you can continue to contribute to your IRA's, even after age seventy and a half, if you want to, so that's a good thing. Also, the new law will raise the age. At which individuals are required to begin taking their withdrawals from the aforementioned seventy and a half to seventy two. So it's going to give you another year and a half before you are required to take money out of your IRA. So you can say longer and take money out later. Okay. So that's a good thing. They're also allow for penalty, free withdrawals from retirement, plans to pay for costs related to birth or adoption of a child. They're gonna have enabled part time workers to participate in 4._0._1._K plans, because right now full time only okay? So that's a good thing also. And that's just a reflection of the economy that we're in a lot of people that, you know, work from home and part time and all of that. And we have those that are from two also, if you have a five twenty nine college plan before what would happen is that you would have to take that as a taxable distribution. If it was not used. Well, guess what? Now you can use that to pay back student loans including for their siblings. So that's also a plus and. So who's against this believe it or not truckers. So why would truckers? This is the craziest thing. You know, when they pass a law, they got, how are we gonna pay for all this, right? There's two people that are going to pay for this whole thing as it's written now is going to be a fight about it. But right now, as it sits one is there, going to eliminate the stretch IRA provision, which we've talked about on this show, which is that upon your death, your child can inherit your IRA from you in stretch, it out over their lifetime. They're gonna limit that and make it it's only going to go for ten years. Okay. So they can take money out over the course of ten years, but they can't spread it out over their lifetime which was a huge tax benefit to somebody who inherits. Okay. They're gonna take that away. So essentially, they're gonna make your kids pay for it. All right. And then number two, and this is the shocker and this is crazy. Trucker's. Trucker's people who drive trucks, they're against this now. Why would truckers be against this because? The way to pay for this. This is so hilarious way to pay for this is they're going to put a heavy use vehicle excise tax to help pay for this. So if I'm a trucker. I'm like, wait, what a heavy use vehicle excise tax where the heck did that come from? It's like right out of the blue truckers got targeted to pay for this whole thing. That's insane. I don't know how they came up with that. But truckers we thank you all of us who are going to benefit from this. We thank you for that. But I guarantee you the truckers union and lobby groups are lining up right now to stop this from going through. So it's going to be a fight. It's not passed yet. But I think right now it looks like the momentum is very strong. It makes total sense. It reflects the economy and the aging population. So I think it's going to pass, but it's going to have who pays for it. How is paid for is still going to be massaged out if you will? But anyway, it is good news. And speaking of good news, I want to invite you to take advantage of resources that we have at retirement planners of America. Our firm if you are within five years of retirement, or you are five years into your retirement. Yeah. If you're in that ten year period, then we would love to meet with.
"senior adviser" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Senior adviser at retirement planners of America, and I have been a certified financial planner professional for the last twenty marvelous wonderful and very exciting years. And all of the ideas that we talk about on this show. These are the very same ideas, we talk about with our beloved and most valued clients, and in two thousand fifteen Forbes named our financial advisory firm, one of the top one hundred wealth managers. And we're very proud of that. But, you know, Forbes wouldn't even know who we were, or are if, if it was not for our beloved and most valued clients, so all you clients listening, and those that are not we love you. Thank you. We are so, so grateful this segment. I wanna talk with you about how to diversify your retirement portfolio. So, in other words, how do we diversify the portfolio for our client? So we're going to go over that with you. And basically diversification is a foundational part of our philosophy of, of managing our clients money, we believe that you should not have all your eggs in one basket that you should spread it around. Now how you do that? What percentage of your money you put into each of the eleven asset classes? I'm about to go over with you are is is based on your risk profile. Okay. And it's also based on the circumstances. Are going on at the time. So I'll explain in more detail. But based on your risk profile, how much risk is necessary to accomplish your financial goals in our opinion, then that determines what percentage you'll have in each of the asset classes. So there are eleven asset classes and I want to go over those with you. All right. So the first one is large companies that are growth oriented, and these are companies that you invest in, because you want to participate in growth. They probably are not paying much of a dividend. Okay. So a very easy example. There is Amazon, Amazon is a growth company growing very rapidly and they don't pay much dividend. But you invest in them because you want to participate in their growth, so that would be one asset class the second asset class is large companies that are value oriented. So these would be companies that you invest in because they pay a high dividend. Okay. So Exxon Mobil, for example, would be would be one that if you're so inclined you'd invest in that and what they would do. Do they pay a dividend? And you want to get that dividend. Okay. They're not necessarily growing rapidly. You know, they're kind of where they are the third asset class is the same thing as the first to accept small companies. Okay. So you have small companies that are growing rapidly that you want to invest in, and then the fourth one is small companies that are not necessarily growing rapidly anymore, but they pay a nice dividend. And it probably won't become big giant company. They pay nice dividend. And they're a good company. All right. So those are the first four and those are domestically oriented. So when you diversify we believe you should diversify across these asset classes, but then also you should diversify geographically. Okay. So in other words investing overseas as well as domestically. So let's talk about that. The next thing you want to look at is investing overseas. So there are two asset classes there one is established foreign countries. So this would be Germany Japan. You know the European countries. And those kind of things established economies. And then the next one is emerging markets, so that would be China, which right now, maybe not be the best, but you want to be diversified and other Latin America, and all those kind of things those are emerging markets. Okay. So those are the first six and those are the equity portion of your portfolio, and, again, the percentage of put in each of those is dependent on how much risk is appropriate for you. So it may be less. Maybe more. Next thing I want to look at is bonds. Okay. And so now what we're looking at is. What are those so the first one is essentially US, government bonds, and that should be the foundational part largest percentage of your bond portfolio in our opinions, especially if you're retired or retiring, soon, you want to be very conservative in that area. And the US government bonds are the safest investment on the planet backed by the full, faith and credit of the United States printing press. So so you can treasuries and T bills, and those kinds of things. All right. So that's one next is corporate bonds, high yield bonds. These are bonds that are issued by corporations, so they generally pay a higher dividend government bonds do but they're also a little bit higher risk. So you don't want to have as high a percentage in those, but we believe they are an important part of your portfolio and then rounded out on your bond portfolio. You got two more and that is established foreign country, bonds and emerging market bonds. Okay. So that makes up your bond portfolio, and then there's one more class, you're eleventh one. And this one's very important depending on circumstances, and that is cash. Okay. So you're Levin asset class is cash. And when it comes to your investments, most likely that's going to be a money market fund. And, you know, there's an expression, that says that sometimes cash is king. And that's a true statement. So at the very least you need to have an emergency fund, and we'll talk about that on other shows, how much you should have there. But that you should have enough money in an emergency fund. So that would be your eleventh asset class, but they're also time such as in two thousand eight for example, where maybe having everything in that one asset class such as cash might be the best thing for you. And we have a strategy, which you'd call by hold, and protect where in two thousand November, oh, seven we told our clients, and all of you listen to show to get out of all equity sell sell sell and say oh we stay out for a year and a half. So during that time, we had the predominance of our money, our clients money in cash in money market funds. Okay. So that becomes the most important one became king, and for good reason, so all eleven of those asset classes, we believe should be part of your portfolio thinking and the percentage of each is determined by your risk profile. So how do you know what your profile is? And how do you invest in all this stuff? What do you do? Well, you can start talk to Tom, you can start with going to our website. It's RPO a dot com retirement plan. Of america. So it's our poet calm. And while you're there, we have videos, we have podcasts articles. We have lots of information on there that I think will benefit you to help you with your retirement planning, and while you're there, if you're so inclined you can click on meet with an adviser in which case you can sit down with one of our retirement planners, and they'll go through with you from soup to nuts. We'll do all the stuff that we think is important with you to help you build a retirement plan, and we'll do that no charge obligation. And if we can help you great, and if not what we will France. You're very welcome genie. Now, also while you're there, if you would like you can sign up to visit, I'm sorry, you could sign up for one of our seminars. And we have seminars near you that you can attend at those seminars. We talk about three of the worst enemies, you have to your financial wellbeing bear markets, inflation, and taxes. We talk about how to mitigate or beat those three things we talk about social security when and how to take it, we talk about Todd to calculate, if you have enough money to retire on, we have lots of information seminars that you can click on that, if you'd like to register their now, if you do decide you want to go to a seminar, actually, if you come into visit with one of our retirement planner, bring an appetite with you, because we will have our now, world-famous oatmeal, raisin and chocolate, junk cookies waiting for you. And the D O'neil raisin one inch thick they're six inches in diameter Amelia themselves, folks. And we've put those plump juicy yellow races in there. We put cinnamon in the batter. Gosh, they're so good. You will love the. Cookies, and you'll learn about your finances at the same time. So A dot com. Our poet com is our website. All right. We're gonna take a break when we come back, we're going to talk about maximizing social security benefits. So stay tuned. 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"Former senior adviser to President Obama Valerie Jarrett talks with CNN political commentator Angelo ri- about her memoir. Finding my voice allowed also joins the ACLU of southern California for rights night a series of inciteful discussions around civil liberties. For more information, go to KCRW dot com slash events. Under. We got. John. Yup. Where? Mr. Why? Jailbreak tesla. Jobe tesla. Tesla. Tesla. Great. Two. See? I can. Auto caller, go. Come on. The. Tesla. Jewelry. Tesla. Turkey. Tesla. I was I never wanted that. I have is we paint job..
"senior adviser" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Was the senior advisor to President Barack Obama for most of the eight years he was in office not long after leaving office. She became the subject of a racist tweet from Roseanne Barr now she's out with a memoir. I talked to her about that memoir. She opened up about her views on the current political climate at present tweet and advice for democratic candidates running for president. So let's talk a little bit. First of all about what happened in Chicago. I mean, I African American woman I know that you were supporting Lori Lightfoot opponent Toni preckwinkle who's, you know, for her teacher, and she's very big in the Democratic Party there. But what do you think of Laurie life? I think she's terrific. She is a strong candidate. I know she's committed to Chicago. She loves our city did support Toni preckwinkle I've known Tony for thirty years. She was my alderman back when she was an alderman, and I've been very impressed with the work. She's done at the county board. And so the good news is we have the chairman of the Cook County board, and we have the mayor of the city Chicago who I know we're going to work together and move the city forward have you ever given any thought to running for mayor sky have given thought to it in years gone by and now, I'm really? Interested in helping other people run for office and delighted to see not just in Chicago. But around the country, so many women who are jumping in and being willing to put themselves in the Rena and running for office. I think that's good for our city and for the country. And let's talk about that. I mean, so many women running for president by women five out of which you know, we're moving up there a little bit. What do you think of that huge field of Kratz? I think I call it an embarrassment of riches, and I'm delighted to see so many committed folks who want to serve our country, and who are willing to put themselves on the line and take their case directly to the American people. So I'm very enthusiastic about the field about Joe Biden. I mean, the things that have come out over the past couple of weeks like your thoughts on that. Because it's really I mean, that's Joe Biden. Well, and I think he got it. Right. When he said, it's a new day, and it's time for men to listen and that he intends to listen, I think modeling that kind of behavior is really important. My book is called finding my voice. And so I'm incur. Courage to see women beginning with the metoo movement where some very brave women we're willing to step forward. And and talk about what had happened to them, which was quite traumatic. And obviously there's a whole spectrum. But it's important that women know that their voices are going to be heard. And I thought that vice president Biden acknowledged that. And I was impressed that he did I have a theory that the metoo movement in the time's up movement wouldn't have happened. It maybe not at all. But certainly not as quickly without the election of Donald Trump. And by that, I say that things were percolating and maybe with the election of Hillary Clinton. It was well, we're okay, we'll be fine. And a lot of women after the election of Donald Trump said, no, no, no, no. It's my own personal theory. I, you know, and and, but that's I think that it sort of sort of bubbled over the top. And they said we're speaking up now, we're as a title of your book is finding my voice, I'm finding my voice, I'm saying something about it. Well, the day after the inauguration, we saw record crowds of women come out for the women's. Smart. And I think that the activism among women around the country has been tremendous over the last couple of years women running for congress record number of women who are elected to congress as well. And so I think I activism is great. I'm not sure exactly what triggered it. But if the election of Donald Trump, did then I think that's terrific. Because I I love to see the people who represent our country representing the great diversity of our country when you look at the Trump presidency. What are your thoughts? Well, it's profoundly disappointing to me. Obviously, I was a supporter of Hillary Clinton. I thought that she would continue to move our country forward in a positive direction. I thought that her message was similar to rock Obama's message. Which is that we are stronger when we recognize that being inclusive and finding what we have in common and not polarizing ourselves. And speaking in a way that our young people will look up to us and feel optimism about our future. And that's the vision for our country that I support, and that's actually not the one that I've seen over the last couple of years and looking forward if you were to guess two years from now where we would be I know that that's difficult, and we don't not in the guessing game. But, you know, going forward the Democrats message it has to be more than we're not Donald Trump because there's a lot of people across the country, including many, Illinois downstate, Illinois who who like Donald Trump. They like his month's style. They, you know, they don't like who you know, some of the things he does. But I I love what he's done for the. Economy, fill in the blanks. Well, this is what I've said to several of the candidates who are running for president is is that I think they are at their strongest when they're talking about what they stand for. But their track record is what their vision for America is what they're gonna do to help working families around our country. Not just get by but thrive, and if they have that optimistic clear message about their values and their vision and their track record. I think that resonates with the American people how difficult was it for you,.
"senior adviser" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"She is the senior adviser to the twenty twenty reelection campaign of her father-in-law President Donald Trump does that ever get old your father-in-law's, the president of the United States. I mean, I still sometimes tench by south. It's unbelievable. It's so crazy. I'm just so proud of him and everything that he's done. It's a very cool thing to say. So I don't I don't mind hearing that all the time. W A L where Washington. WMA lfm. Woodbridge WMA Washington shot at one thousand dollars four times. W M A L, A Cumulus station. When L news it to Maria leave Maryland could soon have a fifteen dollars minimum wage if bills being considered in the house and Senate pass, but one delegate has a different take state minimum wage in Maryland is ten dollars and ten cents an hour. The legislatures considering bills to raise it incrementally to fifteen dollars an hour by twenty twenty three Niger Cooper earns twelve dollars an hour doing patient transport with Sinai hospital. She says it's difficult to pay her bills. Then I'm diabetic. So most of the time I can't afford to get my diabetic supplies because I have to pay my bills delegate Neil Parrott has a compromise Bill of sorts of the state minimum wage period. It allows every kind of choose whatever they like to do Heather Curtis on WMA Elwin WMA L dot com. Honor of Pimlico, sending another strong signal that he may try to move the Preakness stakes to laurel park. We're ready for the start. The racist one of Baltimore's proudest traditions, but it's run on a one hundred fifty year old track. That's falling apart in its owner is signaling. It's ready to pour eighty million dollars into Laura which also owns destroyed group is already invested in new Barnes and technology at laurel. And it's told the state it's not worth spending nearly half a billion dollars to tear down Pimlico and build a new facility Stronach's asking the state to share the cost of making Laura let's super track and to renovate a training center in booey. John Matthews on WMA Allen, WFAN dot com. Michael Cohen rescheduling his testimony before congress, President Trump's former personal attorney will testify before the house oversight and reform committee next Wednesday, the open testimony will come one day before he testifies before the house intelligence committee closed session Cohen was scheduled to testify before the oversight committee earlier this month, but he postponed that testimony citing threats to his family from the president and Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Cohen pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations and lying to congress. He begins a three year prison term in may, Linda Kenyon, Washington Congo. Police say empire actor jussie smollet concocted, an attack because he wanted to raise correspondent Jim Rupe? Reports that police were able use smell ED's digital footprint to reach their conclusion. Police were able to use cameras throughout the city to follow forward after the incident and backward long before the incident, the two men who allegedly helped smollet staged the attack eventually leading police to identify the two phone and social media records were also used and phone records show say police smollet talked with the two men an hour before and an hour after the attack and while the two were out of the country, a tragic accident involving a hall of fame basketball coach has claimed a man's life. Syracuse men's basketball coach Jim boeheim says he is quote heartbroken after striking and killing a man standing along Syracuse interstate late Wednesday night police say behind struck fifty one year old whore hating Menez as he stood on the side of ISIS ninety behind trying to avoid hitting Jimenez is disabled vehicle which was in the middle of the. Highway after the guardrail and lost control police say he is cooperating with the investigation. There's no sign who was impaired. And he was driving at inappropriate speed. The hall of Famer has coached at Syracuse for forty three years. I'm TJ Cudicini Peter Tork bass player and keyboardist for the monkeys has died. When the TV.