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Fresh update on "senior advisor" discussed on C-SPAN Programming
"I'm proud to work for a president who knows that we need to go far beyond the Paris agreement. We need to push much further internationally and here at home to achieve that goal of the Net zero economy before 2015. I will never get on the bold new actions we need to take to combat climate crisis to protect our communities to make our communities for Brazilians. To address the racial inequities at the core of our climate president and do so in a way that the supper economy helps accelerate our evidence way need to do these things is inextricably linked, and that's the perspective that I will bring it to the national now. That video, courtesy of the Biden Harris transition, Twitter feed. And McEnery of Bloomberg News. The headline in Your story reads. Kamila Harris makes more history with all female senior staff. Why is this remarkable? Oh, yeah, This is the first time that the top three divisions in the hospital vice president will all be held by women. Island football Notable About four out of five staffers Harris was announced are all women of color. Obviously, it was already groundbreaking being the first and only Black woman and Asian woman and one to serve as vice president. And I think the Biden administration has pledged from the beginning to build a team that quote looks like America. You've seen that in a lot of his picks so far, and that's clearly affected and the early senior staffers Harris has announced. Who did she pick us, her chief of staff. I hear some people staff will be keen a foreigner she currently serves as former President Bill Clinton's chief of staff. She served several rolls his administration and was with him for his next issue Presidential campaign. Um, she's never held any position inherit possesses, But she clearly comes up a lot of experience. Who did she choose as her domestic policy adviser. And what would that person do? So will he grow room will be the first somebody will be the first station woman to serve as domestic policy adviser. Um, she was the first Asian American woman to serve as chief of staff in the U. S Senate and is currently under Harris, and she's currently a senior advisor to her. She was also here, says chief of staff during the primary campaign. Show, advise her on You know, as it says, all domestic issues. As far as Mr policy, they should have been other issues within the country. What about national security Advisor? Yes, but Nancy Mike told me she'll be the national security advisor. She has a ton of foreign policy experience. He's a former ambassador, but Gary to she's also a holdover from the Clinton administration. Where she was the director of European affairs on the National Security Council. Um, she inherits have not worked together before. Um, but Is a very experienced, the president elect has pledged to choose Cabinet that looks like America. Yet in your story. You write about criticism he is receiving who is criticizing him and why. Joe Biden has already faced criticism for not choosing enough African Americans and Latinos for Q rules in this cabinet, so it's definitely something to pay attention to, as he continues to make announcement. Um, actually, representative Jim Clyburn has one has been one of the you know people speaking out against this, which is pretty remarkable, given that Clyburn was so central to buy them swim in South Carolina and, you know, really getting the black souled out for him, which turned around his primary campaign. McEnery with Bloomberg News. Thank you. Thank you. You're listening to Washington today. Live Friday on C SPAN radio. Former.
New York City's new pandemic response lab will help ease burden of testing for COVID-19
"Response lab is being expanded. Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city is creating the Pandemic Response Institute. The lab, which is currently processing 20,000 covert tests every day will be used for research. Senior adviser Dr Jay Varma says it will focus on responding to future pandemics. How do we forecast when an outbreak might emerge just like we do the weather? How do we develop tests for covert and other infections that you can use at home like a pregnancy test? How do we do? Well, PPE, that's easier and safer for anyone to use. How do we develop and test vaccines even faster than what we've done with Cove? It This institute can bring together partners from all around the city to answer these questions to spur innovation and create new jobs, a new business ventures the city expects to select by the way an organization to operate it next year. 1
Fresh update on "senior advisor" discussed on Night News
"Go down tonight to a low of 44. Janet. Thank you. A New Jersey man is suing Governor Cuomo over the Corona of I was virus questionnaires. Travelers have to fill out when they land in New York's airports. You well. Weisshaus of no new Milford says he was cleared by customs after landing at JFK in November, but state officials detained him because he wouldn't fill out the covert form. His lawsuit argues only the federal government has the authority to decide who enters the country. A senior adviser to governor, Cuomo says they're suit every day over the state's covert rules, and they've lost track of all the quote, frivolous suits. New Jersey is spending $10 million to transform a Superfund site into a riverfront park. The 12 acre public space along the Hackensack River will include a grove of 516 trees and honor of the city's cove in 19 victims. The site is part of the former home of the P J P landfill were chemical and industrial waste was dumped in the early 19 seventies. Connecticut town has put the head back on the Christopher Columbus statue that was vandalized over the summer. Waterbury made the repairs after voters overwhelmingly approved a referendum in November to keep the statue in front of the city hall. A New York man was accused of beheading the statue in July. 4th after protests.
"senior advisor" Discussed on The Current
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Fresh "Senior Advisor" from Lynda Lopez
"Tech and active for him, Plus baby's first Christmas all up to 60% off other retailers. Prices. Burlington Love the deals. Another traffic update less than 10 minutes away on WCBS. And we get a check of our five day forecast. Now we're heading over to the weather center to meteorologist Daniel Middle while looking at a partly cloudy sky across the area of this evening. Those clouds thicken up, though, as the night progresses, and with those clouds and place it won't be quite as chilly as we were last night. 44 degrees below tonight in the city, mid upper thirties and most of the surrounding suburbs. Then for tomorrow, mostly cloudy will have some rain arriving during the early part of the afternoon highs right around 50 degrees. That rain will continue into tomorrow night becoming its steadiest It looks like especially after midnight load tomorrow night 46. Then, as we head into Saturday will hold on to the rain coming down heavy At times we do with the watch for some flooding, especially on the roads and the poor drainage error. The winds will be increasing as well. Temperatures will be solely falling throughout the afternoon as well. Start the day off in a minute, Upper forties and then again falling through the forties. And we could see that rain mixed with or even change over to some snow before ending late in the day, Saturday or Saturday evening, as they move into Sunday, we do have some breaks of sunshine, but a blustery and cold day. 42 for Sunday. Feeling more like the twenties, Low thirties there with the wind will stay brisk on Monday with a mix of sun and clouds again. 42 degrees right now, 46 Caldwell. We have 50 degrees in a story A. It's 48 degrees in Midtown, going down tonight to a low of 44. Linda meteorologist Danielle Middle with the WCBS ex surgeon. Weather forecast WCBS News time is 7 50. New York City's pandemic response lab has been processing 20,000 covert tests a day. Now the lab is being transformed into an institute Mayor De Blasio, senior advisor on covert 19, Dr Jay Varma explains the epidemic Response Institute. Is an opportunity to expand beyond laboratory work into training research. Innovation into all of the areas we know are important for outbreaks detection investigation.
"senior advisor" Discussed on The Current
"I will begin to be made available across the uk from next week. Fantastic news indeed here. In canada there is much fanfare around the pfizer vaccine as well which was ninety five percent effective in late stage. Clinical trials health candidate said yesterday. It's independent review is ongoing and will be completed soon. What exactly does that mean. We'll speak with health canada shortly but first there are questions around who should get the vaccine. I dr caroline wash is a pediatric infectious disease specialist at san justinian university hospital center in montreal and chair of the national advisory committee on immunization. Dr good morning. Good morning when the recommendation comes here in canada decisions will be around. Who gets this vaccine. I chair of the independent advisory committee that made the recommendations to the public health agency of canada about who should be on that list. Tell us who's on the list at the top right so what we did was to try and prioritize groups to fit the first six million doses. That are expected in the first quarter of twenty twenty one and so in there with the committee has said was. That's a given the burden of illness that the first group to immunize should be. I'm long term care facility residents and their staff and then following up the elderly age eighty plus going down to seventy when doses are available healthcare workers and indigenous communities many of those living in remote areas but we realized that you know this recommendation and then needs to be made applicable and that is then left to the province and territory that we'll have to see in terms of logistics how that really fits into The possibility of rollout. How have you made those determinations in terms of who would be a priority community for this vaccine so the way nasty works is really looking for that Various elements of the first burden of illness. including risk factors and then looking at their characteristics of the vaccine understanding that we still have not seen the five there phase three data but have seen the phase one and two and so we have assumed pfizer and moderna vaccine would be as effective as stated in the press release but we are currently going to review those data. In terms of illness we had asked the university of alberta do a systematic review on what seemed to be the most highest risk in terms of complication and death and so the first came out of the gate was elderly age. Seventy plus given the constraints in the scarcity of vaccines..
"senior advisor" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Are we know. No one's engaged anymore almond they like. This would be helpful in that arena. And of course that would solve all hollows the definitely a piece of the puzzle on reach out to us because we will brainstorm with you and you know it may be that you need a really big comprehensive solution and that's going to happen right now because of the constraints but we can certainly help you map that out in at least get started with some simple things. That are doable. As the time and resources that are available for your organization now to me. I think that's the biggest challenge is almost like kobe through a monkey wrench in everything and his created so many more demands on the healthcare system. And you know then. There's more that needs to be done to take care of healthier workers yet. There's less ability to do that. Senator how can we get really creative and see how we can at least provide them some support and began to lay the groundwork for bigger things that can be done. Maybe a year eighteen months from now but at least get started with something now. That's a really really great point about the and a gracious offer and so if people want to reach out to you know take you up on that. Where where would they reach out. An easy to connect with link dan but then re talking directly bass b. e. t. h. at interactive quality dot net and. I'm always happy to schedule a call and we can brainstorm for you know as much as ninety minutes if you've got the capacity to do that and of course it's all complimentary and i love doing it. That's what fills. My cup is to solve problems for people so it would be a pleasure to do that in and see how i can help you in some way there. You have it folks take advantage of that and And so you know even if now is not the time if you wanna get some ideas totally. Take beth up up on it. You know we do this. Podcast for the sake of action could take action that just get ideas and sit on them so What are you both most excited about today. So fall for me in in this daddy model the why stands for you and that means how we translate. That is what you do matters. You make a difference. Peterson health interactive quality. We care about you and one thing. I'm excited about is just seeing the employing engagement results. When i see that employees are aimed time cove are excited about the work they do. They feel supported by their organization and they feel that with their team. They can make it through this pandemic. That excites me beyond end. Yeah and i. I would piggy back on that audrey and i would just say you know i. I'm just excited about the opportunity to help. I'm you know it's heartbreaking to see all the hardship that our country has gone through in it's not limited to caregivers zero people hurting everywhere. Maybe they lost a loved one. Maybe they've lost their job etc. I mean there's a lot of hardship but you know part of what we learned for resiliency as we are all capable of bouncing back. It's it's kind of an ordinary magic because we're all capable of it even though it's incredibly extraordinary when we're able to do it. Are we hear the stories of others who've bounce back from unimaginable things and as a nation. We will bounce back from kobe. And i hate to you know. This is kind of what is taken to put the caregiver. The physician nurse burn out on on the forefront on the on the front burner so to speak. But i'm excited that we're having the conversation and i think as things start to settle down even now we're gonna see more people gore healthcare organizations than ever saying. Hey this is a priority. We cannot ignore this anymore. And i think in the end really great. Things are gonna come from this hardship that we're all enduring now. This is great. Thank you for that bath. And audrey certainly a to be excited about with the promise of a program like this in light of of how big the problem is and so i. I certainly appreciate both of you. And in the passion that you've brought to today's discussion and also the experience that you and the organization you have behind you support his programme to deliver. It are doing so. Why don't we just Leave our listeners with a closing thought and then the best place for them to get in touch to learn more and continue the conversation. One of the things that i believe in doing To be effective and to make it scalable is to create a language that takes a fire in your culture and so one of the language that we've woven in at peterson a health. Is you only grow outside of your comfort zone. We use that language. And i hear the staff echo it but you only grow outside your comfort zone. What this means is as human beings. We don't have to stay stuck. In the mud of fear of uncertainty of feeling laws. We have the choice to grow and to become better. And i believe that's what we're doing as an organization as a community and ultimately as beth said as a world that's beautifully said audrey so awesome at joined together very visual and memorable ways of understanding complex. Things one of the things. I absolutely love about her and i would take that to building on her off if you are a healthcare leader within your organization and you have concern about engagement and turnover and caregiver wellbeing you know. Please reach out to us because there are so many possibilities and the most difficult problems in life really are not meant to be handled in isolation and so the human connection the sharing of ideas and us all working together is really. What's going to bring about the best solution. And so many things are possible. And i would just you know my party or even though things are hard now to stay positive and look for the opportunities And lean on others. that can help wonderful bath. thank you Folks just a reminder it's www dot inter active quality dot net.
Jared Kushner to travel to Saudi Arabia, Qatar this week
"Sending an envoy to the Middle East to try to broker a deal in a years old dispute. Lance Pride has the story from the USA Radio News West Coast Bureau President Trump has sent an envoy to the Middle East to continue bringing peace and stability to the region. White House senior adviser Jared Kushner and his team will travel to Saudi Arabia and cutter this week for talks aimed at resolving the dispute between neighboring Gulf countries. About three years ago, Blockades of sea and air space were enacted by Saudi Arabia against Qatar, accusing the island nation of supporting terrorism and working with I Rand's dirty deeds from the West
Iran buries slain nuclear scientist and vows to continue his work
"There is fresh backlash in iran over the death of a top scientists. Their most vic rosado was the founder of iran's military nuclear program but he was assassinated on friday and buried yesterday with full honors. Iran is blaming israel for the killing but israel has not taken responsibility or responded to the allegations so iranian leaders are promising a definite punishment and are vowing to continue his work. Meanwhile white house. Senior adviser jared kushner and his team are headed to the middle east. This week they're going to saudi arabia and cut dr. The wall street journal says the focus of the talks is supposed to be on helping to come up with a deal to intentions there. But it's possible. The assassination complicates
Biden Nominates More Members Of His Economic Team
"Biden has also tap. Cecilia rouse to lead. The council of economic advisers should be the first woman of color in that role as well if she's confirmed now. The president elect also recently announced that he will have an all female senior. Communications team led by faces already familiar to his campaign kate. Betting field who served as his deputy campaign manager will be as white house communications director and former obama white house. Communications director jen. Psaki will be named as the white house press secretary corrine jean-pierre who was a senior advisor to the campaign and then comma harris's chief of staff will serve as principal. Deputy press secretary simone sanders who also served. As a senior biden campaign adviser will be serving as senior advisor and chief spokesperson for vice president. Elect common-law harris
Biden announces all-female White House communications team
"The prison elect is busy deciding who will serve on his communications team. Deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield will serve As White House communications director and current confirmations director Jen Psaki will become the White House press secretary with former chief of staff to Kamila Harris Karine Jean Pierre, serving as Deputy Press Secretary. Simone Sanders abiding senior adviser formerly of Bernie Sanders campaign is being named senior adviser and chief spokesperson to the vice president. And we expect more announcements this week On the economic front, Janet Yellen is poised to become the Treasury secretary and Biden's chief of staff indicated on Twitter. Biden intends to nominate Neera Tanden of the Center for American progress to the office of Management and Budget Boxes. Jackie on
Biden Fills Out Economic Team
"Joe biden on sunday named seven women too key communications roles in his incoming whitehouse. These transition team says it's the first time in history that the positions will be filled entirely by women naming former. alabama state. department spokeswoman jen psaki as he's white house press secretary and campaign spokeswoman kate bending field as communications director senior adviser to the biden harris campaign. Simone saunders will be vice. President-elect comma harris's chief spokeswoman and biden's former press secretary is vice president elizabeth avenue under will be first lady to be jill biden's communications director biden said these qualified experienced communicators bring diverse perspectives to their work and a shared commitment to building this country. Back better senior campaign advises corinne jump. And ashley john also a former senior adviser to house speaker. Nancy pelosi will serve as deputy white house press secretary and communications director for the vice president's respectively and pilly tow bar former hispanic media director for senate minority leader. Chuck schumer will serve as deputy communications director sake said on twitter that the communications team is the most diverse team in history and also six mums of young kids. President elect joe biden plans to nominate center for american progress chief executive near a tendon as director of the office of management and budget and economists celia ralph's as chair of the council of economic advisers. Jared bernstein one of biden's closest aides served as his chief economic adviser as biden and barack obama forced to pull the united states out of the great recession. Just like obama. Did in two thousand nine biden will inherit a struggling economy facing serious near-term challenges.
Iran’s president blames Israel for killing nuclear scientist and vows to respond at the ‘right time’
"Joe biden could be facing a crisis in iran when he takes office the runs top. Nuclear scientists was killed. Daytime ambush friday. The scientists was considered the architect of iran's secret nuclear program that was halted in two thousand three while. Nbc news has not independently confirmed details surrounding his death. Iran's foreign minister has implicated israel in the attack but israel has not commented on the allegations. Join me now now. You're a hawk former state. Department senior adviser and host of sirius. Xm that global experience treat a policy of the quincy institute for responsibility in statecraft and author of losing it. Enemy and colonel lawrence wilkerson former chief of staff for secretary of state colin powell. So i'd like to start with you. Treat it what exactly is happening right now. What are we hearing. Well the latest is happening. Is that the iranian president. I've come out with a statement. Essentially saying that iran is not going to walk into what he called a trap by israelis to escalate and and create a war because that is in his assessment with the israelis wants But it is not clear if that is the view of other elements inside the country. Some of this debate is starting to be taking place in public in which the argument that is made by the other side is that these assassinations continued to take place precisely because in their view the iranians have not responded harshly enough to previous attacks and the only way of preventing future. Attacks is to respond harshly. This one if that happens however than there is a very significant risk for a major esscalation potentially war which according to ruhani is what the Always looking for curl wilkerson. How unusual would it be for the notes to have not been informed of this. Do you believe that the white house knew that this was going to happen. It would be extremely unusual. Maria theresa I have to believe that was informed Trump's whole effort now seems to be to be foul the recent election. So i don't think he's very attentive to but my peyot at sectors state is and i'll remind your viewers of what's up their defense robert gates Now my chancellor. William and mary that the saudis are willing to fight the iranians for the last dead american. And i would add bb netanyahu too much in yahoo in that. I think that's what we're looking at here. They want as a major outcome. A war as a middle ground outcomes they want a bombing campaign by the us against toronto nuclear facilities and as a minimum amount They want to foreclose any possibility of the new president. Joe biden reentering the joint comprehensive plan of action the nuclear agreement with iran and. It looks like they're well on that road to success to follow up on that. Because i think the what the colonel stating is quite implicates the perhaps the role of the white house in this we know that any who has been a very strong ally of donald trump donald trump has been very clear that he is an ally of israel but also want also was the one that was responsible for pulling us out of the nuclear deal with iran. And the idea that we're hearing possibly is that donald trump perhaps did this. No had israelis did this informing donald trump. But also is this netanyahu's attempt to do something under this current administration that he knows me not able to do with a biden administration will the binding administration has certainly picked up a where. The obama administration left off in terms of wanting to return to diplomacy and use the tools of diplomacy to box in bad actors. If we rewind we know. The iran nuclear deal was less about iran's as a terrorist nation and more about eliminating the ability for iran to get a nuclear weapon. That yahoo was opposed of the saudis. Were closed. But this was a coordinated effort between european countries including russia and the united states with the united states. Pulling out that really opened the door. Before is israel and the saudis to look to other avenues to influence the united states. You also had with trump national security adviser john bolton who was in iran war hawk and so some of that still remains netanyahu just last week was meeting and talking with mohammed bin salman the crown prince of saudi arabia. So they're looking at a ticking time clock of being able to behave in ways in which the international at least the united states will not be speaking up. An opposing their efforts so That's the key thing is how much can they. Box in. A biden's options By engaging the united states under a trump administration or while trump is still commander in chiefs treatise of the. Us has done officially commented on what occurred. What is your take when this idea that. Perhaps the trying to do is box in the president elect wyden. I think that's absolutely correct than i think it's also correct would counter wilkerson said that There was probably some sort of implicit green light from the trump administration for netanyahu. Go forward with this. However it's also important to recognize that. Netanyahu must also have calculated that biden. Probably does not have the political will to inflict impose a cost netanyahu if he does these things to box in biden and i think it is up to the biden administration to prove netanyahu wrong. Because i doubt that netanyahu would have gone down this path unless he felt that it was pretty much cost fee from him not just from trump but also from biden
Biden to Name First Cabinet Members Tuesday
"Rejecting democracy. I'm pam himself. Fox news that charge from president. Elect joe biden's incoming chief of staff as president trump tries to overturn the results of the election. It's corrosive it's harmful but as mitt romney said it's not going to change the outcome of what happens here ron clean on. Abc's this week as team biden moves forward. We will be making our first cabinet announcements on tuesday of this week and I would say the president-elect is very excited about this team and it looks forward to introducing them to the country kate. Betting field is a senior adviser with the biden harris transition. She was on fox news.
Rep. Cedric Richmond to vacate House seat for spot with Biden administration
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Trump plans to withdraw thousands of troops from Iraq, Afghanistan before leaving office
"American troops are coming home. President trump said so yesterday. He promised to withdraw. Us troops from afghanistan as well as a rock and himalaya in the next couple of months. That is all the time that he has left. The outgoing president leaves office in exactly sixty four days. Noon january twentieth. Two thousand twenty one under his orders the troop presence in iraq would drop a little and in afghanistan by lot from forty five hundred twenty five hundred now. Trump is often promised to bring troops home but his move here drew criticism from a powerful ally. Senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell are retreat would embolden the taliban especially the deadly connie wing and risked plunging afghan women and girls back into what they experience back in the nineteen ninety s. What had weakened and scattered al-qaeda a big do propaganda victory and renewed safe haven for plotting attacks against america. So how does all this look from the region. Npr's hadeed is based in islamabad. She's on the line. good morning. good morning so the. Us had already pledged to withdraw its forces from afghanistan by this spring. This came a promise under an agreement. It signed with the taliban course. The afghan government was not party to that agreement but what are afghan government officials saying now about this accelerated. Us time line for withdrawal. Well actually that we're expecting it because it's something fat. President trump has long signalled most recently last week when he pointed a senior adviser to the pentagon who calls for an immediate withdrawal at this point. They're actually eyeing the military equipment that american forces might leave behind As they rush to the exit. But there's also a sense of anger. I spoke to a senior official javard face all and he told me this poems. Do not want the to stay here. Whatever we one we draw to be responsible one and we don't expect our ally to burn. The house wants it leaves. They don't expect their ally to burn down the house as they leave. They worried a hasty withdrawal emboldened the taliban because it would signal to them that they don't have to abide by commitments for foreign forces to go echoing. Quite what mitch. Mcconnell said well is the talamante doing that are the upholding the commitments they made when it signed this agreement with the trump administration yes annoy the taliban are abiding by two key commitments. They're not attacking foreign forces and they are engaging in peace talks with the afghan government even though they've been at a stalemate since they begun but it's understood that the taliban also promised to reduce their violence but in reality they've stepped up their attacks against security forces across the country and they believed to be behind a series of unclear murders. Most recently they may have killed an afghan journalist in helmand. What are ordinary afghans citizens telling you educated afghans appear to be worried especially women they worry withdrawal will allow the taliban to seize power and that their rights might be swept away others. Tie it like a nurse. i spoke to a merger. Larry ellison's the fighting getting worse. So maybe it doesn't matter if they stay ago.
Trump senior advisers dissuaded president from military strike on Iran
"Ordering the Pentagon to draw down the number of American forces in Iran and Afghanistan before inauguration day, but reportedly considered a military strike against Iran after the United Nations Atomic Agency said Iran was stockpiling nuclear material last week. Fox News has confirmed President Trump was considering using military force against Tehran. He'd been looking for offensive options, but senior advisers recommended against it, saying it could spark a wider regional conflict. However, the president may consider targeting Iranian allies like militias in Iraq. The international inspectors are reported to have said around was producing 12 times the amount of uranium It was allowed under the Obama era. Iranian nuclear deal Till
Biden campaign manager to serve as deputy chief of staff
"New new names names added added to to the the Biden Biden team team sources sources say say former former campaign campaign manager manager Jim Jim O'Malley, O'Malley, Dillon Dillon is is going going to to serve serve as as deputy deputy chief chief of of staff staff representative representative Cedric Cedric Richmond Richmond is is going going to to leave leave his his Louisiana Louisiana congressional congressional seat to become a senior adviser. Sources weren't authorized to disclose the staffing announcements, which are expected to come tomorrow. Last week buying tapping his foreigners. Former senior campaign adviser Ron Claim the service's chief of staff
Final states called: Biden projected to win 306 electoral votes to Trump's 232
"President Trump has yet to concede the election even though President elect Joe Biden seems to have an insurmountable lead with the results of all 50 States, now called by CBS News. Natalie Brown reports Final State projections in the White House race give Mr Biden a resounding 306 electoral votes. Senior advisers to the president say that behind closed doors, President Trump is already considering a possible run in 2024. As the administration continues to withhold access to federal agencies and resource is to the Biden team. Former national security officials are sounding the alarm. This is an unnecessary Risk that President Trump is putting on the
Donald Trump is finished, but will 'Trumpism' prevail?
"It's been more than a week since the us presidential election joe biden of course has claimed victory whereas the president is yet to concede defeat but when donald trump eventually leaves office the question. We have to ask ourselves is is trumpism. Really finished after all the media conventional wisdom the new york times washington. Post the major networks. Cnn msnbc all that conventional wisdom is that the twenty twenty election represents a repudiation of trumpism and what's trump luckily to do after he leaves office well for more. Let's turn to patrick. J buchanan senior adviser to president reagan nixon and ronald reagan. Pat has been a regular fixture in america's opinion pages and cable television shows for generations. Ninety ninety two and ninety six pat buchanan ran for the presidential nomination of his party. The republican party on america first platform pass walking back to you between the lines. Good to your tom now. Let's start with the election itself to spotted trifecta of crises health economic racial the us congressional and presidential contests were very tight. How do you account for that. I think there were tight for this reason. The covid virus which hammered us in march and april and then all during the summer and full took the lodge. That's two hundred and thirty thousand americans and they induced an economic decline unrivalled since the great depression. And then you have to racial turmoil in the country. And the wake of the killing of george floyd in minneapolis riots. And and things like that. So he's really damaged trump in the eyes of the public and his administration and normally they would've killed any presidential candidate. But i will say that in the fall. When trump was further behind he basically one mechanic team won the battle against biden. It was surging at the end of the campaign but he did not get over the top or at least so far so i think what you can say is trump and trumpism won the campaign. They lost the election because of the burdens. They had to terry which were too happy to cross the finish line. And let's not forget that in the late up to the election the metric conventional wisdom the polls the pundits. They predicted a democratic sweep. A blue wave washing the republicans out of power capturing the senate and delivering an alleged democratic congressional majority if the democrats did indeed have a clean sweep of the congress and the white house what would radical progressive in the american takes. What would that have made if you had nancy. Pelosi in control of the house and chuck schumer and control. The should i which looks less and less likely now and preston biden into white house. Biden's problem would be the tremendous pressure from the progressive left wing of this party to impose his leftist agenda. The party home to the country in the first two years of his administration. And i think it would be virtually impossible biden to resist the democrats cheap to kill the filibuster. Which would eliminate the ability of the republicans to stop their agenda and we would be off to the races with medicare for all the green new deal statehood for puerto rico statehood for dc. Defunding the cops. Pack the supreme court the whole left wing democratic agenda. They would try to ram through with fifty one votes. In the senate and biden frankly would be restraining force because republicans wouldn't be able to do it if they lost the filibuster in the senate which is what. Barack obama urged the democrats to take away if they win the senate okay now bought and has pasta to sydney electoral college. Votes needed to win the white house now given that it's very hard to prove widespread electoral fraud pat. Why want trump just accept defeat. Here's trump is demanding that he be allowed to play out last play of the deal. Because i think he feels he has been treated horribly by the democrats and the liberals in the press and he's not gonna do them a favour. He's got a right to make sure. The counselor made and certain things happen by certain dates. He's not going to speed up the transition. It's not gonna be a pleasant transition at all. He's going to treat them the way they felt. They treated him when he came in with the russia investigation and all the rest of it. So i think what you're getting is. Trump is looking at upon this if it succeeds is a hostile takeover of the government of the united states. And he is acting to resisted with every legal constitutional weapon. He has so it's This is not a cordial country power at all. Okay but with dany. Before the nineteen sixty presidential election between richard nixon and john f kennedy. That was very taught. There was a lot of speculation about electoral fraud in texas and illinois. And that of course benefited. The democrats won that election now. Apologies for the very scratchy. Sound quality of these vintage news report from sixty years ago. but he's nixon. Your boss pat here. He is at four. Am at republican headquarters. After the election conceding. Defeat to and and results shows come in if the present trend continues If mr kennedy and senator kennedy will be the next president of the united states senators kennedy now. And i want you know that. Certainly this trend has continued and he does become our next president that he will have my. That's richard nixon conceding. Defeat john f. kennedy in nineteen sixty pat buchanan. Why can't trump do a nixon accept defeat graciously that at four am gathering. My wife was present. She worked for richard nixon and the nineteen sixty campaign and travel. The country would and the point is that was a different time in a different country. That america's today america's bitterly divided and one of the contributing factors is the is the belief correct in my view that donald trump was denied. Not only a good transition but donald trump was investigated by the fbi and during the transition. They went after his state of the fbi did and they had a two year investigation beach. Kim they try to defeat him then they tried to overthrow him. And i think trump feels this and he says i established nothing. They can go. I mean they can go too far as i'm concerned and we're going to run this old way out and make sure every ballot is counted and all the towns are accurate. And whether or not we're going to go to court and exercise our rights and we're not going to pretend otherwise that this is a pleasant for easy transfer of power this was a hostile takeover and trump's view. I mean they're campaign run against him former first lady. Michelle obama is already talking about the house and he could and racism and the rest endemic pain in what he come folks voted for. So i think look you gotta divided country and there's no sense pretending otherwise and trump is not gonna gauge any pretense.
Biden names Ron Klain as chief of staff
"Elect Joe Biden, announcing the appointment of Ron claimed as White House chief of staff and assistant to the president claim was most recently a senior advisor to the Biden for president campaign. And has previously served the president elect in a number of roles, including as his chief of staff when he became vice president claim is also known for his role as the White House Ebola response coordinator at the height of that public health crisis.
The Refugee Crisis: We Have To Do More
"Chris. Thank you so much. For coming onto this podcast. Thank you for having me. I'm so excited to learn about your work Get your perspective on some of the current issues in this country right so i feel like if we talked about the shoes. The issues will disappear somehow. And we'll also talk about your upbringing. What sort of forces you think got you where you are right now so it. It's a it's a laundry list. We'll see if we can get through at least the important bots so i will start with what did do before you were the ceo and president of russian immigrant and refugee services. And what led you to your current role. Yes so. I served in the obama administration for five years. I was a senior adviser at the state department for three and then at the white house Servings policy director to first lady. Michelle obama for two After i came out of the white house. I actually thought that i was finally going to get a little bit of a break Moment catch my breath. But i actually ran for governor of maryland in two thousand eighteen election. Okay so let's talk about your role as policy director for first lady michelle obama. What did any initiatives that. You're most proud off during your tenure there. yeah Let girls learn was the first lady and president obama's joined international initiative it was the only international initiative that michelle launch while in the white house and i was especially proud of that program because it was very personal to me. My mother came to the us as a teacher ambassador She had me when she was forty. Two she got her phd when she z. To and so girls and women's education Had always been an issue that You know my mother cared about the chain grain. Did me as her daughter The opportunity to work on global girls education around the world but also here at home in the us. was an opportunity of a lifetime Sad to think that still today we have sixty two million girls who are not getting an education in terms of a secondary education and that is due to barriers ranging from cultural ones to menstruation to economic factors and so that opportunity to launch on the initiative. Which is actually The one shift. She really is singularly focused on now in her post white house. Life i think reflects the importance of it And its legacy krishnan talk about good education. At least i think of education for goods in developing nations right. i grew up in pakistan. So that's the first thing that comes to my mind but what does lack of education or lack of access to education look like in america and what are some of the challenges that people face in the us and don't talk about as much. Yeah i mean. I think some of the communities that we spoke to. Who were you know. Domestic americans were sometimes shocked to think about how this is an issue that was at home We have thousands of girls who drop out of school. Some of them return some of them. Don't a many of the reasons we see here in the us or related to who Economics a child who i started working after school and just to help the family A single parent be able to pay rent every month. Turns out that you know. Maybe the mother ends up losing her job and so the girl has to take on a full time job You know in some cases You know this is rarer but we do still have some cases of where girls education is not valued as much as the voice and so you know. The child will initially be homeschooled You know you still have parents who are fearful of sending their girls to school But that ends up. Meaning that the standard of homeschool is not adequate. And so if we actually were to apply tests You know that are a kind of a national standard. We couldn't say that. They actually completed their secondary education. And it's sad to think that arguably the us's the leader of the free world and yet we are still not able to educate oliver girls. This is so interesting and you bring up disparity between girls and boys education which to me is a total surprise when it comes to the us. Again i think of histon right. That's my reference point. And i do understand their cultural reasons for why people in pakistan specially boo hoo economically challenged would probably prefer boys to have education because of limited resources right. But i'd never thought this was happening in the us as well. Why don't we talk about it as much. Yeah i mean you know. There are some great groups that are exclusively focused domestically like a girls inc. Their focus is particularly city centers. Because that is where we see it more but honestly you can also see it in rural areas as well but the truth is here in the us. We feel as though you know. We've solved our education issues. Even the disparity in our educational systems that applied to both girls and boys that is driven largely by how we fund school. It's driven by property taxes right and you don't wanna talk about the fact that we have stepped away from this idea of education as a civic good
Biden gains lead over Trump in Georgia
"Secretary of state Brad Rapids Burger with a margin that small There will be a recount in Georgia senior advisor to the president tell CBS News. Mr Trump is beginning to realise the math may not work out for him Quote. He's a realist, but his campaign is challenging what it says are illegal votes. Even as the president vows to fight tweeting that the legal proceedings are just now beginning courts have so far rejected his claims of fraud. One judge in Michigan said they amounted to mere speculation. Another in Georgia tossed a suit for lack of evidence. Republicans alleged thousands of people voted in Clark County, Nevada, after recently moving away. Elections official Jo Gloria dismisses that notion to you don't have to live here in order to be eligible to vote here. This is a military town. Stephen Portnoy, CBS Noon Detroit is one of Mr Trump's targets for alleged
"senior advisor" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Is really giving her a very tough fight. Like races all across the country, it will come down to turnout. Collins has unapologetically exercised her very well known independent streak throughout the race, refusing to back President Trump's reelection. The president Said last minute visit to this battleground could motivate the very voters that Collins needs. For the first time in decades. Registered Democrats outnumber Republicans and independent voters in Maine signs that bode well for Gideon, who will need big numbers in the state's first congressional District of southern coastal area that has been solidly blue. For decades. Fox's Molly Line and President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden are down to the home stretch ahead of Election Day. Trump Campaign Senior advisor Core Lewin down ski tackles The hot button topic of mail in voting Amid the ongoing pandemic when you have some states that don't require a postage mark on there, so we don't know when they were filled out. They don't require signature verification in some states say they'll be counting nine or 10 days after the election, I think is the most industrialized country in the world. We can do better than that. Lewandowski, speaking on Fox News Sunday and in sports, no change at the top of the college football rankings following Saturday's action Despite a scare from Boston College Saturday, The Clemson Tigers remain atop the Associated Press Top 25 pole, followed by Alabama, Ohio State, Notre Dame. And Georgia in the top five. Cincinnati, Texas A and M Florida all move up one spot with BYU in Wisconsin, rounding out the top 10. The biggest drop of the wheat comes from Michigan, who fell 10 spots from 13 to 23. Oklahoma State from six the 14th following their overtime loss. The Texas and Penn State has dropped out of the poll for the first time since 2016 after losing their first two games of the season. Fox's Ryan mayor, I'm Mary Corsetti, and.
Potential legal challenges over late-arriving mail ballots
"With so many Americans voting by mail this year. There are concerns that ballots may not arrive on time when you have some states that don't require a postage mark on there, so we don't know when they were filled out. They don't require signature verification, and some states say they'll be counting nine or 10 days after the election, I think is the most industrialized country in the world. We can do better than that. Corey Lewandowski, a senior advisor with the Trump campaign on Fox News Sunday. As legal challenges abound, the Supreme Court has already weighed in on ballot disputes in Pennsylvania and North Carolina. At issue a three day extension for mail in ballots in Pennsylvania, something Republicans oppose Justice Samuel Alito wrote in a statement. There's simply not enough time to issue a pre election decision. In North Carolina Republicans have been fighting a nine day extension for mail in ballots. In that case, the Supreme Court allowed a lower court ruling permitting the extension to stand. The newest justice Amy Cockney. Barrett, did not participate in the cases, citing a lack of time to review
"senior advisor" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"President Trump Senior advisor and son in law, Jared Kushner said differing opinions in the administration is what makes the administration successful. He was responding to a question about comments made by the top spokesperson at the HHS. ABC is Katherine Faulder's with that story. I asked if he shares the same worry as top agent just spokesperson Michael Caputo about sedition by the scientists at the Centers for Disease Control. President Trump Senior advisor and son in law, Jared Kushner said on Good Morning America that there's quote a lot of tensions that have been very high with a lot of people given the unprecedented nature of the Corona virus pandemic. Kushner claims the different opinions within the administration are part of what makes the Corona virus response. Successful and comments posted it on Facebook live that have since been deleted. Caputo accused the CDC of having a quote resistant Unit dedicated to undermining President Trump, along with a number of other inflammatory, often conspiratorial claims. Catherine Folders ABC NEWS Washington Repeating this hour's top story. The family of Briana Taylor and Metro government have reached a settlement in the civil suit between the two parties. An attorney for the Taylor family says that involved a significant financial settlement along with police reforms. There is a two o'clock press conference scheduled to discuss it. Your next news update is a 10 30 I'm Will Clark news radio 8 40 W H A s. No movement on the criminal case on Briana Taylor, but we do have movement on the civil case. And that broke earlier this.
"senior advisor" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"From the US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York. I also received a sealed order issued by the US District Court for the southern district that prohibited from disclosing among other things. The fact of my subpoena for one hundred eighty days. I couldn't breathe a word to anyone for months because this had to be kept confidential from the inaugural committee and from the White House. The investigations were underway and they could no I wasn't allowed to tell anyone and that included Melania. On December thirteenth two, thousand, eighteen, the news came out that Manhattan federal prosecutors had opened a criminal probe into the inauguration spending and into whether some of the committee's top donors traded cash for access to the trump administration. The accounting didn't delineate where and how the donations had come in. Investigators were looking into whether extravagant donation packages offered facetime with officials, and if selling access explained the trump inauguration record shattering one, hundred, seven, million, dollar cost fifty million dollars more than any other inaugural effort. She says quote my second subpoena came from the House Permanent Select Committee on intelligence the third subpoena came from the District of Columbia I cooperated fully with both these investigations are still underway. On January twenty, second twenty, twenty, the Attorney General's office filed suit against the inaugural committee and the trump international hotel the charge misuse of nonprofit funds, which they used to pay outrageous fees to the families owned business. DC's Attorney General Carl Racine stated district. Law requires nonprofits to use their funds for the stated purpose not to benefit private individuals or companies. The suit cited emails between me gates. The details are stomach churning the hotel wanted to charge the inaugural committee three point six, million dollars for event space food and drinks over eight days. The inaugural events only spend four days. The amount of four hundred and fifty thousand dollars per day was quote significantly more than the trump hotels internal pricing guidelines for use of this event. Space Perth the lawsuit. The trump organization called the lawsuit, a PR stunt and vigorously denied any wrongdoing. There was no comment publicly from team Tom Berek. But Stephanie. Stephanie, Winston, walk-off writes in her new book quote I can say now that my official comment. You go DC Attorney General Carl Racine. She says quote I wish I could say cooperating with three different investigations is empowering it isn't. It keeps me involved in something I wanNA have nothing to do with my family would love for me to wake up one morning and say I'm over at time to move on. So would I? Which is why I had to write this book. Personal stuff in here about the first lady in that important relationship with her best friend. But this stuff about the inaugural is red hot and live. Stephanie Winston walk-off joins US live next. These.
"senior advisor" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Ultimately about a year after the inaugural after some public scrutiny about how they could have possibly spent all of that money that they said they raised. The inaugural did file this public facing document the night form nine, ninety, the tax form, and in fact, it's numbers don't add up. Terms of what they released publicly. There's like forty million dollars that they just don't account for that. Just don't appear on the balance sheet. And sure enough mentioned. It's the first lady's friend Ms Winston walk-off who gets blamed in the press and subsequently she gets basically disinvited from her ongoing White House job advising the first lady a job that she'd been doing anyway for free. Having been scapegoated for this and having all the major questions about what happened with those tens of millions of dollars still unanswered six months after she was thrown out on her ear Ms walk-off says, she got a visit from Michael Cohen from the president's lawyer who days later would go on to plead guilty to multiple felonies. In walk-off knew each other they had seen each other months months earlier, he had dropped by apartment to check in on her when the whole inaugural scandal thing was melting down in early twenty eighteen. But then he checked back in with her six months later in August and this is just this is remarkable. It's check this out. On August Eighteenth Twenty Eighteen Michael Cohen called me hello stuff. He said the FBI, the FBI and SDN y have the recording I made of our conversation. What are you talking about? Recording of what Michael said I recorded our conversation to use for contemporaneous notes. I was stunned. He continued you need to have your lawyer get in touch with my lawyer about whether the conversation is privileged or not privileged. I asked what do you mean which conversation he replied the one where you were crying? Wait a second I needed to digest what Michael had just told me. He had a recording of our conversation, the tape that was seized in the F. B. I. Raid. When did he taped me to my house that one time? He was wearing a trenchcoat Oh my God, if that tape went. To Michael Y., the F. Did you tape our conversation I asked beside myself I asked Michael for his legal opinion. Not to record our conversation without telling me, he explained I couldn't sit down with a notepad. I wanted to make a memo in order to strategize to exonerate you in clear your name they destroyed you for no reason at all other than someone else took a lot of money and buried it in their pockets and you had to be the fall guy same I'm the fall guy for Donald getting his. bleep licked by a porn star. Sorry. He continued I wanted to help Donald. So Malania wouldn't kill him for what I'm being turned upside down I didn't take you for Gotcha it was. So we could sit down and create a memo to get your name clear. Let those who did wrong suffer it shouldn't be you the fact that you were crying really bothered me the trump's are not crying and you are. I said they'll get away with it. He said what they did on the inauguration was criminal. When I saw your binders meaning the binders of receipts and Communications and Paperwork in Documents Stephanie staved from her time working on the inaugural when I saw your binders Cohen says, I said to myself. This is not someone who is doing something wrong the level of precision it's beyond anal. Anal you're beyond. I laughed. Michael Cohen warned me that because of what I'd said on our recording I might be called to testify in the investigation. Which investigation I asked take your pick. He said they might subpoena your binders that has to be an end to all of the. BS everyone can't be a fall guy for their malfeasance and Corruption Donald is the worst version of himself I've ever seen. Coming, from Michael who'd worked for trump for over a decade that was saying a lot I broke into a cold sweat at the thought of being involved in an investigation. He said you should take solace in knowing that if the FBI or the southern district really thought you stole money from the inauguration, you would have gotten a phone call. Michael said I asked people for money every day for the inauguration friends of mine and for what so they can walk away with eighty million dollars. It's disgusting. WHOA. Cop. Says quote I actually had to leave the house to go to my lawyer's office to listen to the Cohen Recording. We sat in his office with a couple of other associates listen to it. She then says how embarrassed she is that there's a lot of swear words in the tape. She says quote the Lawyers Heard Milanez in my nicknames for some of the biggest players like dopey and to Burke ulysses she doesn't explain who don't be popular. I'm going to ask her. She says quote I wanted nothing more in the whole wide world than the human rights of being allowed to defend myself against the false accusations that had hard my name and reputation but I was muzzled by an ironclad nondiscrimination nondisclosure agreement. The contents of the tape were not made public I was not allowed to comment on it in the press discuss it. As Michael had predicted, the recording did catch the attention of some interested parties in the media and law enforcement and one excerpt with me complaining about the trump's charging way too much for a trump hotel venue did surface. Malania and I were and lose touch in September. The summer went too fast. Malania texted me in September fifth wishing you a successful year. On September twelfth she wrote hope you're well I. Guess you were Fashion Week. Did she seriously think I was going to fashion week I was barely functioning. I wrote back no fashion week for me I'm dealing with back to school and doctors and paperwork. The paperwork in question was me collating and compiling a complete record of every text and phone log from the day I joined the inaugural committee until now I was compiling for the US District Court for the southern. District of New York. I told Malania. Thinking of you my dear, sweet friend I. Miss You. On October second two, thousand, eighteen, I received a grand jury subpoena.
"senior advisor" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"What I'm really interested in here. Is that this book is the first explanation at any length that we have ever had of what went so haywire in the trump inauguration. Which is newly relevant given that one of the major figures in the trump inauguration is reportedly about to be indicted. Its newly relevant because with five months, we're going to have another inauguration, and if it's another trump like the last one, we should probably have some legal aid lawyers on standby. It's also alive and relevant right now because multiple prosecutor's offices apparently have open cases right now related to alleged criminal financial wrongdoing having to do with the trump inauguration in two thousand, Seventeen Stephanie Winston walk-off was intimately involved in planning that inauguration, and in this book, she explains that she is cooperating with three different prosecutor's offices on three different open cases related to the trump inaugural right now. And you remember the basic issue here. Right. We covered this extensively perhaps more than any other national news outlet. The Obama inauguration after he was elected in two thousand and eight that was for for lots of reasons, the largest effort, presidential inauguration, and US history they raise the most money for that as well. More than fifty million dollars. That was a huge sum. No inaugural had ever been that bigger that expensive but it was the biggest ever. The trump inauguration after he was elected in two thousand sixteen was was not on the same scale not by a long shot it was just smaller. It was it was inevitably going to be smaller and there were fewer events even the performances were just. On a smaller scale and for smaller numbers of people I mean instead of like you know Bruce Springsteen and beyond say in two thousand nine, they had like the piano guys and Dj Ravi drums and some other kind of. I mean no offense but you know like not. Not, the same type of thing and that it's fine it's fine. I don't say that to cast aspersions. But the much smaller trump inauguration with fewer events with much smaller crowds and with events that were all it's sort of a lower register. There's just no way that it cost more than double what the Obama inaugural cost in two, thousand nine. There's no way it was more than twice as expensive as the most expensive inauguration in history. But that's what they have said about it. Mid Obama raised and spent fifty million dollars in two thousand nine. Trump's inaugural raised over a hundred and seven million dollars. And nobody knows what they spent it on. Nobody's ever been able to say where exactly all that money went because it does not seem to have gone into just paying for that event. And when you look at who was in charge of the financials. Maybe in retrospect shouldn't be all that surprising that there seems to be a little bit of a financial block box. They're the treasurer of the trump inaugural is someone who was named as an Unindicted Co conspirator in a major tax fraud case on Wall Street. The vice chair of fundraising for the inauguration was the aforementioned Elliott Brady who the Washington Post reports. Tonight is about to be indicted on federal influence peddling charges the deputy chairman of the inaugural committee was Rick Gates who pled guilty to multiple felonies became a cooperating witness in the Mueller investigation you might remember him admitting an open court under oath that it's possible. He did steal some of the trump inaugural money when he was the deputy chairman of it. Tom Barrack was the inaugural chairman. Mr Barrot has also reportedly been looked at by federal investigators potential influence peddling charges though I should say that he has not been charged. But With that what looks now in retrospect like this rogues gallery running the inaugural, running a particularly the financial side of the inaugural. What it came to people trying to track down what appears to be tens of millions of dollars missing from the inaugurals balance-sheet. Somehow all the public blame was directed at none of those guys all the public blame was instead directed at. Milania, trump's Stephanie. Not on any of those guys with their deeply erred backgrounds who had actually handled all the money. Do Seventy. was to walk off was friends with trump for years she had organized the met gala in New York and Fashion Week events in New York she was an experienced event planner at the highest levels. She did form a company that did work on the inaugural after being asked to do. So by Mrs Trump, her company that she formed for the inaugural was paid twenty, six, million dollars each. But she says that twenty five, million dollars of that ish was money that she passed onto other companies that handled the broadcast production for some of the inaugurations major events. Nevertheless, she got headlines like that one and she got all the Public Blaine. And the question remains whereas all the money anyway. Let me read you something from her book. The. Inaugural Committees Budget Director Heather Martin reported that the inaugural committee had filed several filing extensions which had delayed releasing the committee's public facing tax form. It's form nine ninety for nearly a year heather stated her mission and bring us all together. We want to be prepared to mitigate any negative press that form nine ninety release might generate for the first lady she said. Winston walk-off says quote I was on the edge of my chair with anticipation I had known this day would come. But why was this about Melania heather walk us through the inaugural committee year long process of preparing the form nine ninety, she told us she'd been working with Tom, barrack with Treasurer Douglas, Amerman unindicted co-conspirator Guy, and also Rick Gates on the preparation of this tax form. Despite Rick Gates indictment, he was still involved in the filing of the nine nine hundred. My spidey senses were going full tilt. I was practically a tarantula by now have their explained. It's taking longer than they expected I asked why apparently Tom Barrack and Douglas. Ehrman were having a rough time preparing the form because the actual numbers didn't add up. That set off a sudden headache for me. The numbers were the numbers. Why.
"senior advisor" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis
"They don't even charge them with any crime arrest them. What can be done can anything and I I hate the federal government getting big but can anything be done to stop these crazies arrest them, lock them up whatever it is they really our domestic terrorists. The federal government has a set of core responsibilities one of them obviously, what Unites Disgust is border control maintaining territorial sovereignty immigration enforcement. But, another core function is federal law enforcement the well, they're obviously well most crime state and local. You, know your your conventional robbery breaking and entering carjacking. You get you get most most crime is local his investigated by state and local authorities but ANTIFA. State lines carrying out as you said, domestic terrorist activities that puts it squarely in the federal next while it would be vastly. Preferential that cities in states would participate in this effort and arrest them onsite when they're committing these acts that doesn't change the fact that the federal government and the Department of Justice had launched an effort to investigate and ultimately dismantle Antiga. The investigations are ongoing. Now looking at their networks looking at how they're organized looking at how they communicate with one another, how they recruit how they indoctrinate. It's it is a, it is a complex national and international organization, and we're going to do what is necessary to bring its leaders, its members to justice. Right, Stephen Miller man loved to get on get closer to the election again thank you for all the hard work that you do and you know great job advising the president really appreciate the time this morning I have a good day. Thanks for talking. You Got Stephen Miller right here senior adviser to the president on Canada's looking for a new career, but don't want to spend four years in college. Then checkout e CPI university through are year round accelerated programs..
"senior advisor" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis
"T. Good Morning. Stephen how you doing man Good Morning. Great to talk to you and appreciate the very kind introduction. Well listen I just wish I saw I. Don't Really Watch a lot of news because it just it's horrible and it's fake and it's It stinks, but but I really go on the Sunday shows and just literally destroy these people and I I it's like one of the few reasons that actually watch it because it was entertaining in that aspect. Well. The you don't have to be a very good debater, the benefit of actually knowing what you're talking about. Exactly, exact- by the way Joe Biden goes out there yesterday and this question but Joe Biden goes out there yesterday actually says that president trump cobbles terrorists from the guy that was against. Attack by you know bin Laden how how laughter was the White House yesterday. Well the former Vice President Biden as you know, may have been the only person in the country that oppose the killing the raid that killed Osama bin Laden and said so publicly. So it's not even a question speculation likewise he was extraordinarily critical of the decision to take out Soleimani who was responsible directly and indirectly for the deaths of thousands of American servicemembers he was a butcher and a killer who maimed and murdered our troops. A terrorist, and once again, former vice president biden opposed his killing. So that was one of the most. That's what I guess. The psychiatrists call projection I believe. Yeah there you go you you look at that and then I mean I I'm on conservative talk radio where again it's facts it's opinion but his facts that that you know get the opinion going. And you know it's amazing to me. He he picks a vice told to pick a vice president that's a black woman. Despite the fact that you call them a racist said that she believes that he is a sexual assaulter. And on top of that, she got her start in politics by sleeping with the mayor of San Francisco Willie Brown. I mean, and yet the media and her family owned slaves back in Jamaica. This yet, the media is going to treat this with kid gloves. They took no questions yesterday I. Hope You guys, I think you're GonNa Roll Anyway, and now you're but you gotta be looking your chops about this. Well I can't get too much into the campaign stuff just because I'm doing the the interview is a is a White House staffer, but I would just say that we're going to run a that the president's GonNa run a campaign focused on substance and focus on policy contrast and the The reality is that the Senator Harris former Vice President Biden are extreme. Liberals whose policies are out of step with the views of the overwhelming majority of Americans on everything from public safety to border security to tax policy to environmental policy and so it's just really a contrast between a vision of security safety, economic growth and opportunity and and a vision of left wing socialism that would bring about economic ruin and destroy public safety for millions of American families..
"senior advisor" Discussed on The Takeout
"He made some statement about Hong and then on Monday. Donald Trump took to the podium and said he is the president of law and order said that he is an ally of before protesters split-screen peaceful protests being cleared with tear-gas. It seems so that the president could do a photo op in front of Saint John's outside of the White House, and so he has yet to rise to the occasion of leadership. Leadership in this country every time he has faced with sexy fails it, but where Donald. Trump will not lead Joe. Biden has stepped into the fold and he is ready to be. You mentioned the debate stage many in the trump campaign. Tell me they also can't wait for it and predicted the president will eat Joe Biden alive on the debate stage. I mean. Do They Watch the debates twenty sixteen? I don't think that Donald. Trump was necessarily dynamic, but. We. Look forward to the debates we really do, but but they think to their point that the former vice president has lost a step can't hang with the president in terms of vigor or intensity or energy, and they've also said and I. Want to get your reaction to this. All Biden events should be carried in their totality by the cable networks, so people can actually see from the trump campaign's point of view. How incapable the former vice president is carrying on! On event, and remembering his lines, and saying them with some degree of credibility, that's what they say, not me. It is so ridiculous that the trump campaign continues to make these kind of a third shift, and the people repeat them when it was the president that's been stood in the White House in the white. House, and suggested that the American people just bleach to clear themselves in rid themselves of the coronavirus so of Cova nineteen, so let let's just let's just. Let's just put. Some perspective won Miss Okay. Joe Biden has been an elected official for more than forty years. He has a former United States. Senate this is because we started off at the county council. A United States senator former vice president of the United States of America. And now the presumptive Democratic nominee, he is more than up for this challenge. He is ready for this task of being president. Donald Trump reminds us every single day. That, he himself is not with Iraq. tweets with the the waited. He rambles on in front of the cameras whenever they they find their ways in the. White House so I'm just not going to even. there. There is no comparison here, but I'm not GONNA question. The president's the president's mental acuity or ability I just wanted to say welcome and cannot wait to see him on the debates it. You've talked about this moment. As an inflection point for those who say is Joe Biden the right, the right person for this time considering his authorship and central legislative role behind the crime bill of one, thousand, nine, hundred, four, which some have said. The well intentioned intensified already existing climate or atmosphere of mass incarceration in our country. So so two things one by imbibing correctly diagnosis moment that we're in well before many people. Many people could articulate it themselves so I would argue yes. He is the right person for this moment because he. He knew what this was before. Many people knew what it was he he called it out. We are in a battle to restore the soul of this nation, but secondly. We're GONNA. Talk about the Crime Bill I think we have to. We have to put it in context. The context was a crime was rising that many folks across the country mayors african-american leaders wrestle with at the time. They not everyone in the caucus because I know bodies got here he. but there were the overwhelming majority of African American leaders in this country. Wanted, wanted the crime bill. The Chronicle had a lot of stuff in it right. It had the violence against Women Act. It had an assault weapons. The last time assault weapons were banned in this country because Joe Biden. wrote that into the crime, but also. Also had a funding for. Midnight Basketball Program. At the time all you know saw like what are what is this GonNa? Do they had team? Unity oriented programming? They had funding for community policing, and those things are things the latter the you know, the community oriented programming. Republicans cut that out of the bill. Cut that out at legislation years. Shortly after the bill was passed, and we never saw bindings, Niro true vision policing in America, come to pass bill. That crime, though though that I think is very important for the smaller major. Pat On the practice investigations the ability to go in and investigate police departments for misconduct in this country, currently the only mechanism we have to hold Rogue Police Department accountable was a mechanism that was written into the five. In early on in the nineties was written into the crime bill in so by Setting Biden has all in his car plan for expanding adding a practice investigations to improve prosecutor's offices to because prosecutors, sometimes also the some of the worst offenders to to create a task force on prosecutorial discretion to ensure that the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division had who have the resources that they need to conduct. Practice investigation on to give subpoena power to the Department of Justice for those investigations currently don't have the Peter Power a number of measures at the Democrats have put forward in their bill the House bill. Last week by combining supports a ban on old again. A national database number of these things I would argue that he has actually been really clear. Sense the ninety four crime bill about what it is. He believes in the vision where we needed this country. And he has since the beginning of this ampaign articulated You know what he is wanting to do to further reform the criminal justice. And to the point, you made about the debate about that one thousand nine hundred ninety four crime bill on this program two weeks ago, Karen Bass the current chair the congressional black. Caucus told us she was a community activist of that time. Oppose the crime bill because she feared it would create mass incarceration, but new many in her community who were in favor of it, who were alarmed and fearful of crime in their communities were in her words I don't. Don't want to speak for her. If not crying out asking for something that was responsive to these neat, so you're not the only one who has said that on this program Karen Bass said it just a couple of weeks ago Simone. Sanders it's been a great pleasure for our radio audience. We have to depart now, but for those of you watching on CBS and stay with us, and on the podcast platforms to take out I'll take. Speciale is next. From CBS news this is the takeout with Major Garrett. Welcome to your takeout. I'll take a special I. Major Garrett our special guests Simone Sanders..
"senior advisor" Discussed on The Takeout
"Biden I major. Garrett you are enjoying the take-up actress segment three in just a second. From CBS News, this is the takeout with Major Garrett. Welcome back working from home continuously as are most of you. Those of you are aren't on the front lines or reopening your small business in any way shape or form, which you the very best stay safe. Be well, but we're still working from home. That's why you got all this sort of stuff behind me Simone Sanders our special guest. Senior Adviser Biden for president, so I WANNA play you a sound bite from a recent interview. The president trump had with Harris Faulkner Fox News. It talks about his record. For an on behalf of African. Americans I think I've done more for the black community than any other president, and let's take a pass on Abraham. Lincoln, because he did good. Although it's always questionable in other words, the end result we are free to president different well. I can take a pass on a a honesty. Simone your reaction. I think the president likes to speak in broad generalities and platitudes. That oftentimes just not true. You know when the President I think it was a couple of weeks ago. He went to the podium. I believe he was in the Rose Garden touted the job numbers and said the country's me. Opening these the job numbers had the George Floyd is looking down right now, and he's probably, and he put words endorse Loyd now. The audacity for Donald Trump to put anywhere enjoyed math. Except the last words he uttered I cannot.
"senior advisor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Senior advisor nothing he's a senior he's a certified senior advisor had planned retirement solutions the four four nine nine nine plan at eight four four triple nine plan I did say that wrong excitement as a certified senior advisor was going alright how you know and see what you know since it's a piece of paper yeah well you know and a lot of people like to see that'll do just behind your name you know on your business card and CFC the alphabet soup exactly and that Kennedy is one who told me about that and can he's an author and I went to the study under him for a while to this this coaching group I was working with the docking Khloe in Cleveland a couple years ago and he said it'd make a difference he says he doesn't matter how many digits are behind your name what they call yourself you know your ethics comes from your soul okay yes for Cunningham you're going to be a good guy and you can do the right thing you're not and doesn't make a doggone bit different what kind of paper you got says you can do it you know and I know you know that kind of thing so I just want to do the public's understanding of your instincts tell you right now references a good did you typically more likely you got pretty sick person working on it but he's at work or someone got out of that sit behind a name that could be a good thing or not so good things so again well the warm warm fuzzy yeah I mean I think the warm fuzzies go along way right I mean I think we have that we have an instinct for a reason and that can apply to more than just survival you know you know and I mean as we mentioned before the show we start talking about you know how how cold it is affected our business and not just mine I mean and and you know your Atlanta New York Chicago everyone online you know all over the country code was affected everybody's business and ours is not not exempt of VAT but the financial services business about building relationships and I've got clients that that won't go anywhere else but to see me and I know I know finance a friend of mine who who in the same industry have the same thing going on so what does that mean that means over time you build relations with people you work with them for this you work with your family work with our friends and you're there for them all the time in these trying times and of called it in in this market doing what it's doing you know that's the difference the big differences when people can really realize Hey you know what I can trust this guy I can this guy's gonna be there for me all the time yes I can coach Pete years ago told me that Hey you know you got to be on the radio for five months before people start listening to you and paying attention to what you're saying and I've been on the radio ten years yes it is dean I am in a Sunday I have loyal listeners out there like Linda and and John and change a few of the guys I can maybe name but the fact the matter is is when I change time from the seven shot of a twelve shot of the one time to change the time frame from time to time they can Hey mark what's going on with him anyway so I always thought it was a move to time yeah we just moved the time about that so but I you know again you know my business is no different anybody else's business it except you know we have ninety nine percent of what we're going with his face to face and it's been hard to do yeah it's hard to do exactly some people who are our age group convening the people that work with us the pre retired people are post retired people are more accustomed to the face to face than trying to do some months in camera and also being at risk makes a little more concerning here exactly all of that makes a difference so you know it I don't want people to say I don't want to go talk to him I want to call him or her whoever happens to be because of coal but I want to do use covers excuse because you know time moves on the need still there the planning has to be done if you're going to you're not getting any younger you know and then the market is changing every day so sometimes for the better sometimes not so we still need the plan and what we do here is find the transitions is income planning for retirement we're not the average Joe we're the ones who really take a good hard look at everything you're dealing with your dollars and cents and make sense of it okay and do we need to do this or do we need to do that and you have to answer the question about me okay but analyze where we're going to take you where what you've saved your whole lifetime four where that is going to take using take you five years out ten fifteen twenty thirty forty you have that money whatever ever what happens a system like some kind of a catastrophe happens now be that as it may I was talking just last week actually I was talking to my sister in law who lost her husband and everybody listen to me knows that I lost my brother not Christmas now she's alone okay right I said to her as his own attorney but I don't know since I caller since most of the time I says now you have a you know I'm in other major mouth to what you've been taking care of your your at your husband with this disease he had for so long now who's gonna take care you should you get sick your son is grown gone got a family of his own he's you know he's like you know day away you gonna want him to drop what he's doing this business since kids in his family to come take Kerry right right I mean this is these are things we all at some point in time have to ask ourselves so whether we say and what my referring to of course referring to the long term care issues okay she might settle on that consequently put her husband into long term care facility right before he passed but that being said she took care of him day in and day out for the year ten years okay so again I mean we all have to do the planning we all have to say Hey you know what I'm I'm alone I'm not alone what if this happens what if that happens and then we also have to address the issue of what if it doesn't happen okay I'm a big fan of taking care of things like that but you know I'm a lot of people say well I don't want to buy long term care insurance and I don't want you to buy it either but I want you to know what you're gonna do should you need it do you have enough money to self insure the difference or you have your money position right place to pay for those difficult for example what does it mean Equifax came out with the annuity contract that pays double for long term care expenses some interesting and go figure what does that mean that means if you get sick the income that pays you pay you twice as much and you don't have to qualify it's like the you know so I mean it all boils down to the individual and what they want to do with what they have and how well they want to be taken care of their own business so again you know we it's planning the simple planning in hand to me yeah you know I've been doing it for thirty years or plus twenty five let's say many feel welcome he yeah there's but call call twenty five plus you hook up twenty five but the truth this is Hey I don't care how you slice it you know there's some kind of plan is gonna be done so be that as it may I mean I've been doing for a long time work with a lot of families work with just about every scenario possible forward backward sideways upside down every which way so I and I encourage people to pick up the phone and give me a call to set up a time on the phone a phone message at a sky a facetime something so we can start talking about what you need to do and how I can help you plan for forever for what for what comes up yeah yes exactly for for all of these things that we think about not you may if you think I don't think about that that you're not telling me the truth you do think about it okay what you taught I think you're talking hindsight to really like exactly and actually that was we're gonna talk about so it's kind of funny that you kind of one on this little speech about this is it with his sister in law and all these kind of things I mean we are all guilty of of looking at hindsight and sing and man I just ha if I had just done this bubble up a block but yet why you're doing that you're still taking more time to take action you're not moving it out to you so your next thing you know you're gonna be hind sighting yet again instead of moving forward exactly exactly and the repercussions from matter traumatic it really really ten tremendous yeah exactly and you know in the end I'm not suggesting people buy something then I can suggest at all if I can educate you in activity is is tremendously dangerous right exactly you talk about a product or anything just about just simple simple action yeah just taking action doing something like the little you know having the long term care conversation as you said to your sister what are you going to do what is your plan to take care of yourself that's actually I get it yeah yeah absolutely yeah well you know I just I just want the best for everybody possible you know and I I worked my tail off to to do that all I can do for these folks and and I love them I mean what can I say I mean I I've seen too much sadness and now in in how people haven't really prepared and and I don't see anymore I want to see you know I I the sadness is the only this is that the comp overcome people in in this kind of stuff but and in the in the financial devastation it causes I just want people to be prepared yeah I think well I tell you what you know it was actually as a group great opening monologues to have a conversation about that so what we'll do is we'll we'll just jump out here love couple minutes early into a break we'll come back and we'll talk some more about hindsight in some things to to think about and how to hopefully get ourselves motivated to take a little bit action so reach out tomorrow give him a call eight four four triple nine plan to take the action now eight four four eight nine eight nine nine seven five two six have a phone conversation with them for a few.
"senior advisor" Discussed on KTRH
"Kevin Hassett is a senior advisor to president trump and he talked about plummeting oil prices on fox news on America's newsroom this is a very very short run disruption because again what happens the president said it exactly right is that we've stopped in order to control the virus and we've never really stopped an academy before and so strange things are gonna happen for a short while right now the Dow is down six hundred three that's two and a half percent S. and P. down eighty four that's nearly three percent nasdaq down two hundred ninety that's three point four percent Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he believes Democrats Republicans could agree to a deal for another corona virus we leave small business lending program today funds for the three hundred forty nine billion dollar paycheck protection program dried up but lawmakers have fought over terms of a deal to refill it on America's newsroom democratic congressman Dan Kildee of Michigan said needs to be a main street relief fund very small businesses we know that they're going to be forgivable loans we should get rid of the charade of treating it like a bank loan in just stand up and support the local relief fund would have been set up either by local governments or philanthropy we give them resources to get cash grants to the beauty shop to the barber shop in the donut shop that's the approach that I think makes more sense trump administration says it's doing everything possible to take control of the pandemic White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany saying in a statement president trump is committed to protecting the health and economic well being of American citizens as we face unprecedented times also defending the planned executive order national security adviser Robert o'brien who appeared on fox and friends that the president's not can be.
"senior advisor" Discussed on KNSS
"Of the senior adviser system brushing the region with some cloudiness in a passing shower through the early morning time that Lowe's following up to about thirty five degrees read out into the low sixties later in the day with increasing son and we're keeping a clear here Saturday night to lower upper thirties fair weather Sunday the high near fifty five im Kay an assassin meteorologist Jennifer era more news on Carmen Roberts the Pentagon chooses Microsoft over Amazon for a ten billion dollar cloud computing contract call juggling the jet I system will store and process vast amounts of classified data including war planning via artificial intelligence oxes Kevin battle the US military confirms that's preparing to send troops and tanks into northern Syria one of the key reasons the US is committed to sending troops and tanks back into Syria is to prevent a possible ice this resurgence and to god the oil facilities fox's Benjamin hall in London about one hundred ISIS prisoners have escaped card prisons that was before Turkey agreed to a ceasefire and the Houston Astros bounce back Colin fox's the Astros beat the nationals four to one the nats lead the series two to one because listening to fox I'm chat program with the speaker's lobby most congressional Republicans back president trump but remember this was a marriage of convenience the Republicans ardently supported the president during the twenty sixteen campaign but they quickly switch their allegiances.
"senior advisor" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
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"senior advisor" 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.