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"seth moulton" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"You can call in and you can state your case is the white people should go vote for you today. If they're that includes that marquee. By the way, you're welcome. Seth Moulton, who I voted against today. He's welcome to call it That was a tough one for me. Lightning by the way. Really? Yeah. I was gonna vote for Seth. I've been disappointed with him as a representative, but the two guys that are running against him in the den primary. Like man. For those who remember when Scott Brown with the state senator, it was a state rep trying to become a state senator. He ran against a guy named Angus MK Wilkin. First it was in a special election, and then it was again for Jen for regular and my quick and ran against him twice and Brown beat him twice by like 60 votes really tight. Here We are all these years later. And now Angus MK Wilkin. He's up in my district running against Seth Moulton. I'm like that guy again. And then there's a third guy who I know very little of, I know is one of his big issues is ah. Maternal health care. And so I I sure because I don't I know the least about him. And so my ignorance worked to that guy's advantage because he's got money you go by. I don't think that's how I got to go. It's not going to go but molten. It's not going to be Mike Wilkin. It's going to be the other guy because I don't know anything about the other guy. The other guy. I don't know. It could be crazy. You guys could mock me forever about it. But I'm gonna vote for somebody. So I had a democratic ballot. And that's why I voted for quickly and then I want to talk to you. Bill Galvin, the secretary of the state. We've been hearing from Bill Gavin forever about mail in voting and about how polling places have got to be made safer. Whatever Bill glad Galvin went to vote today, and Channel five was there when he did. I'm going to play a quick clip for you. It's Bill Galvin talking. And then it's the reporter Jennifer Egan from Channel five, and then I'm going to tell you why this is significant. Here you go. Somebody refuses.
Joe Kennedy to challenge Sen. Markey in primary
"Congressman Joe Kennedy is set to challenge senator ed Markey next year WBZ political analyst Jon Keller sees this as a generational contest. very long serving members of the Senate of the house and so forth these these kinds of jobs almost never opened up so he was seen in recent years you know Seth Moulton successfully challenging income group incumbent congressman John Tierney up on the north shore the Presley couple I don't think this is a part of that trend and I think between electorate that increasingly is looking for something new and fresh and the politicians themselves were getting tired of waiting Hey baby it's the messages baby boomers yeah I had a good run better pack your bags and get out of the way. Kennedy will make the official announcement on Saturday the marquis Senate campaign issues a statement saying marquis is the right choice for
"seth moulton" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"King when it hits late Sunday or Monday people are buying up water other supplies getting gas ending at a Costco in Orlando where drivers were lined up well before I even opened and it's been a steady stream since then of cars waiting in line just as he will McKenzie with fox thirty five TV people up and down the state's east coast time to get ready there is a nice spread on the computer models all the way from some of the Florida peninsula to Georgia that everybody in that area is still on the hook for Dorian check them in at the national hurricane center of the storm only rush by Porter Rico or boxes Rick Leventhal is the U. S. Virgin Islands not so lucky Dorian wiped out power to Saint Thomas and Saint Croix and Saint John while curfew was put into a factor in the Virgin Islands last night and so there are some reports the man was killed importer Rico falling off a roof doing storm prep is one less runner in the democratic race for president sponsors tonnage of powers has the details live New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand has dropped out after failing to qualify for the upcoming democratic debate in Texas the announcement came yesterday in a video posted to Twitter I believe I can best serve by helping to night as to deliver until the New York time she will endorse another candidate but hasn't said who that will be she becomes the fifth Democrat to end their presidential campaign following Washington governor Jay Inslee Massachusetts congressman Seth Moulton former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper and California congressman Eric Swalwell day from the time the president trump tweeted sad day for Democrats adding he's glad they never found out Joel brand was the one he was really afraid of ten candidates of qualified for the next debate next month America is listening to fox news six oh two good morning I'm Patrick Osborne.
Trump says he will raise U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods
"You have no choice but to vote for me because your 4._0._1._k. John cage down the tubes. Everything's gonna be down. The why is the market went down the tubes today. The president joked today suggesting reading in a tweet that they were reacting to democratic candidates seth moulton leaving the presidential race whoever that may be he said in his tweet seth moulton by the way volunteered to serve this country in war and risked his life doing so risk of course the president refused to bear during the vietnam war. We're not sure how many millions of americans americans watching their 4._0._1._k.'s today. We're laughing more on all of this now from c. n. N.'s abby philip who joins us from the white house abbey what is going on today with this president. Is there concern inside that building about a series of decisions that do not see even to serve the president's interests or the country's interests well. The president at the moment seems to be committed to this trade war with china in fact so much so that he is doubling down on a strategy that a lot of people including shooting some within the white house believe is contributing to the economic uncertainty but it's also clear jim that president trump is worried about the economy he has been lashing out <music> at jay powell the federal law federal reserve chairman who he appointed to that job insisting that powell is responsible for the fact that the economy seems to be slowing and his economic aids are also warning him that by twenty twenty there could be an economic slowdown we've had g._d._p. And and job growth numbers that have not been as <unk> as rosy as the president would like and some of the comments that we've been seeing on social media <hes> his comments about democrats egging on a recession are due to his concerns concerns that this could become a political problem for him and perhaps looking for others to blame it on than himself. What more specifically are you learning about. The terrorists that the president's announced announced late today against china these are significant they are and they add onto what already exists out onto what is coming in the near future now white house house aides the president and his advisors met and huddled in the oval office today to try to come up with some kind of retaliatory plan in response to these chinese tariffs chris and what we're seeing now is that some of the existing tariffs are going to go up from twenty five percent to thirty percent and tariffs that were planned. They planned to go into place on september number. First a three hundred billion dollars worth those tariffs are going to go from ten to fifteen percent so all told the five hundred fifty billion dollars in goods from a chinese companies coming into the united states are going to be tariff or taxed and those taxes are increasingly being borne by american
Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts drops out of presidential race
"The democratic field of presidential hopefuls continues to shrink today with the exit of Massachusetts congressman Seth Moulton as NPR show on the bandstand tells us mold and hopes to return to Congress after the next cycle molten also says he is re launching his political action committee serve America which pushes for the election of Democrats with service backgrounds the marine corps veteran never gain momentum for his campaign and did not appear in the democratic presidential debates he trailed other candidates by millions of dollars in donations Walton campaigned on a theme of strengthening national defense and has warned in interviews that the Democratic Party is leaning too far to the left and that can make it more difficult to defeat president trump molten join the presidential race late in April when the democratic field what's already crowded with eighteen
Massachusetts congressman drops out of presidential race
"Well it's not a big political surprise but Massachusetts democratic congressman Seth Moulton is dropping out of the twenty twenty race for the White House he failed to make the cut and every democratic presidential debate in terms of donors and support in the polls WBZ political analyst Jon Keller who never got left off no question about it and you know that's unfortunate he's hardly the only candidate in this multi candidate race who has failed to generate the necessary support next hour molten will make a speech to the DNC's summer meeting in San Francisco to formally announce the end of his campaign and issue a warning about the difficulty of defeating president trump if the Democratic Party were to embrace an overly liberal platform live updates threat out the afternoon here on WBZ news radio and on the I heart
Massachusetts congressman drops out of presidential race
"Seth Moulton has dropped out of the presidential contest did Mike Vrabel drop out as well my Gravelle drop down if nobody notices when you drop out of the presidential race maybe it's past time to drop out of the presidential race congressman Democrat congressman Seth Moulton of mass odd
"seth moulton" Discussed on KGO 810
"Show who's your Dream Team Camelot Heris and Seth Moulton who isn't even on the debate stage but my reasons are we need to top guys running on the democratic ticket and camel irises already proven itself as a prosecutor and sept molten for time for tour Iraq veteran graduate of Harvard isn't going to take any crap from anybody so they can stand toe to toe with the trump team I think you make a good case tell me what you're gonna be listening for in the debate tonight I'm going to be listening to hear if they use repeat one line from what Mueller confirm let's see get the Russians interfere systematically yeah if they want to run to win yeah all right let's see if we hear that's right we'll talk about it tomorrow thank you kid I appreciate the call we get Karen in napa waiting on line five hello Keren allow okay what kind of an interesting situation I'm thinking who's going to debate trump that that I really think it was before and she put a gag and ensure reasons I can't go out which one I like more warrant if you can hold in on trump's mommy issues a lot of them and I think you could really talking down again I'm crazy angle frustrate on her way to debate he bought a giggle ever I really really like him hello said he could only bring trump down with his rhetoric if you've got to be so well spoken either one of them could do it one last thing since all promised everybody on stage with them that they will all have a part of their administration whoever the winner at they should all have a party for all past year about the country and about helping and getting out of that terrible bathroom at the trump what a great idea because you're right we have a we have this glorious lined up we have a ton of choice and and and I would say ninety nine point nine percent of them are eminently qualified Karen I think that's a great idea thank you for that eight zero eight zero eight one zero in fact we're gonna get to Martin Sunnyvale right after the break here on KGO eight ten their stint.
"seth moulton" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Just heard from representative Seth Moulton who told us about some of his concerns regarding the push left within the Democratic Party and what it could mean for Democrats twenty twenty. He's not only worried about nominating Democrat Democrat who can beat president trump. He's worried about his colleagues who sit in vulnerable districts and risk losing the majority control of the House. At the end of last month. I was at the Aspen ideas festival and I talked to someone who understands how difficult it is to be a Democrat from a red state. I think it's important that I lay down some street cred on this. You know I grew up in a town called manager North Dakota. It's a town of ninety people when I grew up there. No it's not ninety thousand for all of your listeners who think that's a small town. It's ninety. People in my family was one tenth population. That's former senator. Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota heitkamp lost her seat in two thousand eighteen to Republican challenger Kevin Kramer. I asked her what people need to understand about rural America and she had something she wanted to clear Rep. I grew up in a family that was really interconnected with that community. My my dad built the ballpark built the literally built the park system and and fix furnaces for everybody and made sure that Mrs poster had her shovel walk so she go to church every day and so I think there's a a romanticism that people have about rural America that <hes> that only only in rural America does that happen and I've lived in every place in every place that I've lived. I've known my neighbors and they've been good people and they would give you the shirt off their back and watch your host for you and take out your garbage whenever you need garbage taken out and and and so I'm not one of these people who says this is the real America so I just want to lay that don't but I think it's misunderstood America because people look at voting patterns they look at you know poverty levels they look at what seems to be kind of a throwback to a different time and they assume they know what Israel America and I think over the years the Democratic Party has distanced itself from those challenges and has really focused on building a base in urban and suburban America and that has cost him dearly. I am convinced. Evinced cost them the last presidential election and in many ways has cost them the Senate and this movement to the left which you which we can argue about whether that's a good electoral strategy. It's a bad strategy in rural America because rural America tends to be more conservative not selfish conservative but just more conservative you pay your bills. You do what you're supposed to do and and and to be one of the things that we haven't understood well is the economy enemy of rural America but also the culture of Earl America and if you're going to get voters to vote <hes> <hes> with you you've got to understand these issues and actually speak to the challenges and as I said you can't just talk the talk you've got to walk the walk gotta show up and he can't show up empty handed but you did show up. I mean I met voters yeah from North Dakota. Who said Oh I love I._D.? Oh you know you're going to vote for her this year now but she's great. She's doing great stuff right so that eh you could be liked in your community and yet still lose despite the fact that they knew you Donald Trump won North Dakota by thirty six points. I lost North Dakota by ten so if the Democratic Party can just <music> speak to half of the folks who were willing to take a chance on me again in rural America they can be incredibly successful in places like Ohio wouldn't give up on Ohio. I do not give up on Iowa. I don't give up on Wisconsin New Hampshire. which I think could potentially be in play think we have to be really careful about thinking that there's only three states that we have to worry about the most important thing I can tell to? My colleagues who are running for president is you don't have to change your message about what's important. In this country. You do have to look at different strategies and solutions for Rural America but what a cabdriver New York wants <hes> from his government or her government is not that dissimilar a similar than what a small business owner in rural America wants what I would hear throughout the twenty eighteen campaign what I continue to hear right now our folks either in rural areas or really egg-based areas that say they don't like the tariffs were immigration is a really important issue for them. They need the workers. The president is not helping not only is he not helping make their lives better but they're markedly worse. He's he's being reckless with theory and yet they continue to give him the benefit benefit of the doubt and it seems to me that the issue really isn't so much policy. It's the same thing it's identity that he's looking out for us and the Democratic Party isn't because they're spending too much time worrying about immigrants and people who identifies gay air lesbian or things like that I don't I honestly think that that the the that when you look at thirty six point differential <hes> that is enormous and it's driven by people really like trump is driven by people who historically have just voted Republican is driven by people who didn't like the alternative the people who didn't like the alternative I would say our our potential Obama <hes> <hes> trump voters and the question is how do you get those people to move back. I'M NOT SAYING WE'RE GONNA WIN Rural America but I'm saying there's incredible opportunities because this administration at not to win it but to to to move the dial because this administration has done things many of which you've just recounted here that have not not been economically good for people and and I think that once once you raised the the specter of character you may not get people who like the Bravada and like the tough talk but you will get people <music> who don't like lies who don't like family advantage because of the position that you have who don't like <hes> chaos. I you know I had I have a funny staying. Someone said well. What would you be saying? If you're ready running for President I said make government boring again. We're just all exhausted and I think Middle America's exhausted as well and so to me <hes>. We don't know how successful we're going to be at this but I do know that one year of tariff some some bad commodity prices this year. We're going to see it again and they're not going to get a crop because of what's happening with flooding the it's been good for corn prices because obviously when you take coronado production prices prices rise but at the same same token these are the same family farms that have gone through the grain embargo and saw that market loss forever and soybeans are major crash crop in many years of North Dakota. They're number. One and ninety percent of our soybeans. Go out the Pacific northwest almost all the China. It's interesting what you to describe what you mean when you talk about the Democratic Party moving to the left in some ways when I think about places like North Dakota or Minnesota where you had a populist right I mean we own a bank. That's the big about that North Dakota ah proudly brought by Republicans. They're proud of it every day. You used to be it used to be. That's the realignment on populist issues right so is in Elizabeth Warren message then going to appeal in those communities. I I think that that the biggest mistake that <hes> senator warns making in terms of broadening appeal is free stuff <hes> by that I mean I kind of called it the Santa Claus Plan which is I'm GonNa or maybe this Robin Hood Plan Plan. I'm GONNA take from the those people and I'm going to give it to you people even if they're struggling they wanna earn what they have. I think that's a universal desire. They want a level playing field but they wanna earn what the have and I think. The other piece of it is that people are cynical about politicians <hes> because for too often they've heard promises that will never happen that was former senator Heidi heitkamp coming up we remember Ross Perot and the influence his nineteen ninety two campaign had on twenty sixteen.
Representative Seth Moulton plans debate-night TV ads
DNC, NBC announce first debate lineups
"Right. Let's talk about twenty twenty the first presidential debate will take place in Miami just nine days from now on, on June twenty-sixth and twenty seventh. The candidates have been sorted into two groups that were announced on Friday. The group debating Jocson nerd, very NC, double A earn him in here. The the first group debating on the opening night includes Elizabeth Warren, better Aurore, Cory Booker Amy klobuchar and a bunch of candidates polling at one percent or lower. The second night will feature Joe Biden Bernie Sanders, Pete Buddha. Judge Kama Harris and a bunch of candidates polling at one percent, or lower the twenty candidates who qualified were split into groups of ten three other declared candidates, Steve Bullock. Wayne mess him. And Seth Moulton failed to meet the criteria and will not be debating
"seth moulton" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"So nevers Republicans fault. It's not that he got blasted by the left and then flipped because the weakling it's Republican's fault. Now here's the thing about Joe Biden. He likes to portray himself as somebody who stands on principle. He has never stood on a principal so far as I am aware when he comes under significant pressure or he thinks that the tea leaves are moving against him. Then he simply switches, he's done this multiplicity of issues in a second. I'll give you another example of how Joe Biden has done this, because this is become his thing, by the way, Seth Moulton ripping into Joe Biden, and I think, hilariously so Seth Moulton tweeted out a little bit earlier today. Then he congratulated Joe Biden on coming around on the Hyde amendment said Bravo to Joe Biden for doing the right thing in reversing his long-standing support for the Hyde amendment, it takes courage to admit when you're wrong, especially when those decisions affect millions of people now the Iraq war. Here we go. Here we go. He's basically Mitt Romney circa, twenty twelve. The only problem is that there's some other candidates in the Democratic Party who do have the base with them and things could get very ugly for Joe Biden, because this is cutting against his central feature central feature. I am reliable. I am old his age is actually cuts in favor of his reliability in this particular, formulation. If he's just a dithering old Guy Forget about it. Forget about it. Like the fact that, that Bernie Sanders is all doesn't hurt him. Number one, because Trump is old but also because Bernie Sanders happens to be unwavering in his stolid support for ideas. But if you are older, and your seemed to be pandering and you're moving all over the map that does not spell reliability or electability. We'll get to more of this just one. Second, I you know, somebody who's online a lot. I have always worried that people are trying to steal my data. I've been hacked before. I've had my credit card numbers stolen, it is not fun. And that is why you should be using expressive VPN. There's a solution. To the fact that hackers governments companies ISP's are all looking for your data, that is expressed VPN expressed UPN encryption internet data hides that IP address making your online activities secure ends non Mus, expressive VPN runs in the background of your computer or phone..
"seth moulton" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Runs. I do. Okay. So nevers Republicans fault. It's not that he got blasted by the left and then flipped because weakling it's Republican's fault. Here's the thing that Joe Biden he likes to portray himself, somebody who stands on principle. He has never stood on a principal so far as I am aware when he comes under significant pressure or he thinks that the tea leaves are moving against him. Then he simply switches, he's done this on a multiplicity of issues in a second. I'll give you another example of how Joe Biden has done this, because this has become his thing, by the way, Seth Moulton ripping into Joe Biden, and hilariously, so Seth Moulton tweeted out a little bit earlier today. That he congratulated Joe Biden on coming around on the Hyde amendment said Bravo to Joe Biden for doing the right thing in reversing his long-standing support for the Hyde amendment. It takes courage admit when you're wrong, especially when those decisions affect millions of people now to the Iraq war. Here we go. Here we go. He's basically Mitt Romney circa, twenty twelve. You only problem is that there's some other candidates in the Democratic Party who do have the base with them and things could get very ugly for Joe Biden, because this is cutting against his central feature central feature. I am reliable. I am old, his aides actually cuts in favor of his reliability in this particular, formulation. If he's just a dithering old Guy Forget about it. Forget about it. Like the fact that Bernie Sanders is all doesn't hurt him. Number one, because Trump is old but also because Bernie Sanders happens to be unwavering in his stolid support for idiotic ideas. But if you are older, and your seemed to be pandering and you're moving all over the map that does not spell reliability. Or electability. We'll get to more of this just one. Second I as somebody who's online a lot. I've always worried that people are trying to steal my data. I've been hacked before I've had my credit card numbers stolen, it is not fun. And that is why you should be using express VPN. There's solution to the fact that hackers governments companies ISP's are all looking for your data. That is expressed VPN expressed. APN.
"seth moulton" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"The first time I have to make a decision about putting American lives on the line, and living with the consequences of that decision won't be when I'm sitting in the situation room in the White House. So let me talk about what my plan would actually do because I released the whole mental health plan. Just last week. I we're going to address mental health care for active duty troops in veterans by filling all the mental healthcare slots at the, the which are unfilled right now. But by most importantly, making mental healthcare, checkups as routine is annual physicals for troops, and ensuring that any serviceman or woman who returns from a combat. So get seen by a mental health professional within the first two weeks of getting back the whole idea here is to make it just natural common just just routine that you get mental health care, just like we get physical healthcare. You don't just go to an annual checkup when you're sick you go up just to just to make sure that you're in good. Shape. The second thing we'll do is extend that model to the rest of the population by making annual mental healthcare checkups part of, of every high school curriculum. So that will just be something that happens in high school. And then the third thing is making five one one a national mental health hotline. There are a lot of different suicide prevention hotlines out there right now will consolidate at all. So that everyone knows dial fine. When you got a problem, we'll Coachman. We've just got a minute and a half to go in on. That is a quite a detailed policy proposal that you have. But many Democrats are wondering this time around with a lot of lots of candidates will have already have their policy proposals. But their concern is amongst voters is what will it take for democratic voters? What will it take to beat President Trump? We just got about thirty seconds, left congressman molten. What is your answer to that question? I think it's time for a new generation of leadership in his party. And I've thought for that ever since I took on an eighteen year incumbent when I first ran for congress, and I do think that we need to take on Donald Trump as commander in chief. So putting those two things together bringing a new generation of leader leadership and being willing to take on Trump where he's weakest. That's what I'm offering to the American voters. He's going to be harder to beat the many people think, but this election isn't just about this issue or that issue about health care, the climate, all those were important, but it's fundamentally about our values who we are as a country. We have a chance to prove that in two thousand twenty and a chance to prove it by what we do in twenty twenty one and I'm looking forward to meeting more voters making my congressman Seth Moulton democratic congressman from Massachusetts and candidate for a president and the democratic primaries congressman molten, thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you. I Magnin Chakrabarti this is on point..
"seth moulton" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Radio and later this hour, we will be talking with twenty twenty presidential candidate congressman Seth Moulton. But first, let's talk about the death of items. And joining us from New York is Ashley Carmen technology reporter for the verge and host of why you'd push that button, a podcast about the choices that technology forces us to make our actually. It's wide you push that. And so actually welcome to on point. Hi, thanks for having me. So first of all, I just wanna play a quick clip here from Apple's announcement of what about putting I tunes to rest here? This is Craig federal, g apple exac announcing the end of I tunes on Monday at the twenty nine nine apple worldwide developers conference in San Jose, California. We begin with I tunes now I tuned started completely focused, rip mix and burn songs on your MAC. The future of apple music, are tunes is not one up, but three apple music, apple podcasts and apple TV. So Ashley to be perfectly, honest, itunes, every time, I opened it has been a horror show of on usability practically. So why apple doing this now and didn't do it like five years ago? I mean it's definitely overdue. I've sure apple would probably agree with that sentiment. I mean we've seen on I phones that we have separate apps on our iphones. We have podcast app TV app. There are various apps. We don't have I tunes on our phones, and it was a confusing experience..
"seth moulton" Discussed on Channel 33
"Part of it is delusions of grandeur as you say, you're the New York mayor, but he's telling you how great you are part of it. I assume with the Blasi was he thinks he has some non zero chance of winning this thing maybe closer to zero than non zero. But, but some chance, specially for a guy and lack knots the nods, this New Yorker who was not expected to be the mayor of New York, and want want an upset the democratic primary. They are, I would say the other thing with all these people who are marginal cancer running as I just think they figured out in some ways that, you know, the take the take you and I have been trotting out in that everybody's been trotting at is. You know, you're going to get a book deal. You'll get more name recognition, you'll get a cable news job, you'll you'll improve your, your prospects in some ways. But I think even just refining down a little bit is they figure. There's just this giant thirst, especially on cable news for content, and that, if the moment you declare yourself a presidential candidate your content, you, you are in, and it doesn't really matter. If you have no chance at all I was just letting the CNN announcement today, their next. They have better work this week for townhall. And then their next four town halls are Michael Bennett, Senator from Colorado, the aforementioned, Seth Moulton, Tim Ryan, and Eric well, like none of those guys have any chance of being president United States, the last three have less than no chance of being president United States, and they're getting full highbrow CNN town halls that are about the quote unquote issues. But that's just because CNN these programming at right? And these guys have figured out, like, hey, I'm gonna get an hour on CNN if I may, you know, I'm coming from England, so excuse the terminology if I'm a back bencher. In congress. I'm not getting an hour on CNN. But the man as soon as I declare for president, I'm gonna be on TV and this is awesome. Yeah. I think that's right. There's no downside, right? I mean, I guess I guess there is a downside, which would be just like totally ignominious campaign. I mean to some sort of, like controversy, some sort of just fall from grace. But yeah, I mean measured the way that you just described it seems like there's no doubt and I don't think there should be an implicit downside, this isn't like a earn inherent downside. I don't think that we should set up the election so that, like, you know, you got to put up your own money and Finn and risk, losing it or, or something like that, of course, not. But it does seem like we're, we're in a weird space where I mean listen, this is the way we talked about Trump before he got elected. And I'm not saying that any of these people, you mentioned have even a chance to be dark horse like Trump was you can't, you can't discount anything. But the idea that Trump was just, you know, running running for office to increase his national profile, so that, you know, he could do better at, I mean, increase his, his, his business portfolio, or just be taken more seriously. I mean, there's a lot of reasons. Why people would run that, that don't involve necessarily. Winning the election. Yeah, I, I would say, maybe not. No downside. But the downside is less than it's ever been. I think the downside for two Blasios that he's in the midst of what is generously. Going to be described as a semi successful stint, as mayor of New York. And if this is a big adventure that takes him away from New York, and it goes badly that his terms, as mayor gonna look, even worse and presumably, he sort of cares about that. I know as a politician. You're supposed to stop carrying about that once to get reelected. And you just as you say you just run for something else..
Ron Senator Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden And Vice President discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"House and the Democrats trying to challenge Mr. Trump sweeping through early primary states this weekend. Former vice president Joe Biden talking his foreign policy experience in South Carolina and saying expects the president to go after him and his family. Ron Senator Bernie Sanders in Iowa bid or work and Elizabeth Warren were there to Kirsten gillibrand in Texas, Massachusetts, congressman Seth Moulton is in New
"seth moulton" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat
"I mean, it's not necessarily a problem because I actually don't think we'll bre crafted is that bad. He got jerked off. I mean. Wow. Are you telling me a billionaire gets jerked off by? By someone who's not as wife, what kind of world are we living in a so anyway, I just wanted to bring that case to the forefront. And and kind of have that conversation a little bit Hsien Ming be what's the point? Are we safer as a society? That's my criminal Justice thing, we safer as a society because this woman has five thousand dollars bail and his looking at an jail sentence. Does that make us better off? No, it simply does not supply and demand. You know, it is. Yes, if you liked the free market, there's nothing more for market than than sex workers economics. Absolutely get freaky with it. All right. Let's move on here just quickly. So Seth let's do let's do North Korea. And as a matter of fact, I probably should've brought up the Seth Moulton thing. We were talking about presidential hopefuls. What do you guys want to do? What are the listeners wanna do? Presidential hopeful Seth Moulton or Trump reportedly paid North Korea two million dollars. Let me get my psychic cat on. They wanna hear about Seth Moulton. Okay. Here we go. So Seth Moulton. He is. A presidential hopeful. He's having a difficult time. He cannot get press for the life of them. Not you know, this isn't meant to be racist. Or any of these just kind of bland white, dude? Yeah. And I don't know. I'm not really sure what lane. He is filling. Obviously got Warren Bernie in the progressive lane, Biden center lane Buna, jed sort of flirting with both sides. And the very articulate way. I don't know what the hell molten is just a guy in a suburb that really wants you to go to barbecue. Yes. He really does. I mean, he's he's smoke in the meets Seth Moulton. Does look like he probably throws a great barbecue. And I'm sure he's just fine is a US rep out of Massachusetts. So he was speaking at a at an event, and this is what he had to say. He says when asked about like, what do you do if there's an alien invasion? This was a response to a BuzzFeed poor reporters cheeky question, he said, well, you got to start with diplomacy which I agree with. Okay. This. Good aliens are coming down. We come in peace. Be like, oh, that's so cool. Brother. We also allow you to be here in peace where a peaceful people will I do up top you. When you first go in like your first three dates, and you're like, yeah. I love reading Jack Carro at because I just find his words to be so much more intelligent the words..
"seth moulton" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"And he said that blessing was quote a point of pride for black Americans, which I think is disgusting. And worth Bernie was arrested for protesting segregation. So yeah, thanks for having my call. Appreciate it. Ben. Thanks so much. Check PD obviously Joe Biden in the race. He carries a lot of history with him. Also, we should note Massachusetts congressman Seth Moulton also entered the race a young member of the house of representatives less of a record to run on. What are their entry to this large quite diverse fairly gender-balanced feel tell you? Well, I think one of the issues of the election that may be more in co Ed implicit is character this week Mitt Romney referred to president the character reveal by Donald Trump in the Muller report has quote sickening by contrast this week, Steve Israel, former congressman wrote an column in the hill newspaper lighting up Joe Biden's, character character. Someone said is what we do when people aren't looking. He tells the story of telling Biden that his father was dying. This is two thousand eleven and Biden took him aside. And he said look your dad's is going through one of the hardest. Things your mom, your mom will have to go through. I'd like to call her. He called his mother and had a ten minute conversation a couple of years past and and Steve Israel was talking to his mother, and she said Joe called, and he said, I know mom that was a couple years..
Rep. Seth Moulton Joins 2020 Race for President
"A nineteenth democrat announcing a run for the White House and Joe Biden's name still not on the list. USA radio's Chris Barnes with details. Now from Washington DC as atrocites congressman Seth Bolton makes an announcement on Monday morning in a video posted online. I'm running because we have to be John Trump. And I want us to beat Donald Trump because I love this country. Molten is a forty year old marine combat veteran who was awarded a bronze star for his service in Iraq. He's in his third term representing a district north of Boston
"seth moulton" Discussed on 600 WREC
"I was I was doing a lot of homework. We have a special coming up. I special tomorrow. You don't wanna miss it? It's a special episode of the Glenn Beck television program. That is our election resourceless spotlight. Glenn calling calling it off the air, socialists. It's just a look at each democratic nominee. We did Joe Biden two weeks. Yeah. He did. There was a lot there to say about Joe Biden. We he was the last one this time. It's Kamala Harris is not the first thing. We're going to do is tell everyone it's Kamla Kamla. Yeah. Okay. Now, I'm come all. I want to say come on every single Kamla Harris. Yes, we're going to do little profile on comma. She remains an amazing story. The Amela background is really interesting. Bizarre. We're gonna get into to that. And it's interesting that this is a big week. Obviously everyone knows. And we'll always know December seventh nineteen forty one. Everyone remembers data infamy. This will be remembered as Seth Moulton day because today was the time. Yeah. People look back and say what were you doing on Seth Moulton day? And what you were doing is whatever you're doing right now because he announced to run for president today. And you're thinking yourself who Seth Moulton isn't that what chickens do when they lose their feathers or something run for president. Now about Seth Moulton L Steph. Themselves. Yes. Okay. And people when they themselves on fire, also Assefa, Milton. Okay. I'm pretty sure but Seth Milton is going. He's going to be surely elected president the United States, but this is still the beginning stages. He's a congressman from Massachusetts not seen to be a legitimate threat for the nomination. But then again, I will say people were like mayor from south bend, Indiana. And now it's only one poll, but he has one poll where he is hit seventeen percent in a poll that includes Biden if I had to make a prediction, he's going to be the nominee. I very rarely. Here's the problem with with them wrong. I'm I'm endorsing him even all nineteen doors ruin their lives. Just because if I endorse somebody they are guaranteed to lose. So I endorse Pete Buddha judge. So we have categories we've broken these guys into and and ladies from front runners to. Yeah, they got a shot to. I mean, maybe if everything goes, right? And then there's probably not and then no we put Seth Moulton in the know category. However, he is running. I started P Buddha jet. Controversial, by the way in the. I mean, maybe if everything goes right category. And because the only reason I did that I even put him there was because of the odd affection shown to him by Barack Obama and people close to Brock Obama people. He's has this. He has this level of like, here's our new up and comers. Choice. And that's why even put him in that category. Which is the third category. We've already moved him up to yet. They've got a shot, and we may go all the way up to front runner soon. The issue here is the initial category name, which is I mean, maybe if everything goes right is where we put a judge. The thing is everything's gone. Right. So far. Yeah. These nineteen people are eighteen others and in nineteen assuming on Wednesday when Joe Biden gets into this race. The nineteen other candidates are not just going to hand this guy that I'm a nation. They're going to eventually start saying critical things about him. So far, no one has said anything about him. And so it's it's easy to rise in the polls. When that happens may I. Herman cain. Did that Thompson did that? Bernie Sanders is currently leading because Bernie Sanders is so damn crazy. And he says who he is. Okay. So he's leading because he's not really a politician. Yeah. I mean, he's not even really a democrat. Diva lesley. And I'm not sure, okay. Kamala, Harris, comma, the hair Harris. I don't have an explanation for other than she's kind of likable. She seems kind of relatable. She's a black woman. You know, diversity, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, Cory Booker, Amy klobuchar. Elizabeth Warren, Bob, Frankel, Rourke Julian Castro Kirsten gillibrand. Okay. Just take those of the leaders. You put Pete Buddha judge in there while he's a politician. He's unlike any of the others. Remember, Donald Trump was unlike anyone else ever now Pete Buddha judge is different than everyone else running. Why is he different than everyone else? What do you think? He is. He doesn't seem like a slick politician at this point. He seems like a guy who is the average democrat who you know, I'm for big welfare state. I'm for these things I'm for health care. You know, I don't hate Christians..
"seth moulton" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Current minority leader Nancy Pelosi who served as speaker from two thousand seven to twenty eleven tough tough race for speaker Nancy Pelosi versus. Yeah. So she she faces a challenge her leadership chase it faces a challenge from democratic members. Like, Seth Moulton, Tim Ryan and number of incoming democratic freshman from more moderate and Republican-leaning districts who pledged during their campaigns not to support Pelosi so far there is no house member who's actually declared that he or she would run against policy though, Ohio's, Marcia fudge, a former chair of the Congressional Black hawk says, she's weighing around just so you all know, how this works to be speaker you need to first win a majority of House Democrats who vote in a private conference on November twenty seventh by all accounts policies going to win that vote. She has a majority for that in the conference, but then the full house votes on the floor for speaker on January third enduring that vote Pelosi can lose no more than about fifteen democratic votes since it's highly likely that no Republicans will vote for. Her so far sixteen Democrats signed a letter saying they oppose her and about sixty nine or undecided. Guys. What's the what's the argument being made by Seth Moulton and other Democrats oppose Pelosi? And is it a good one? I think the argument is served multifaceted. I think a generational argument that we just swept in this new group of young dynamic diverse. Interesting lawmakers, and that the leadership as currently constituted does not reflect that youth in diversity excitement. I think there's another argument that Pelosi gets tied to Democrats in elections. And thus hurts the party. I think the second argument is not a very effective one because we just took back the house overwhelming. So that's the other piece of that is I don't think we should let a bunch of Republicans determine our strategy. They're going to attack, whomever. They decided to attack and they always will. I also think you know, we need strong leadership for the next couple years. You can argue that speaker Pelosi is one of the best. Speakers in history. I do understand the desire for new leadership. And I don't I don't find it offensive that people challenge. Other leaders for positions in power Pelosi certainly did fifteen years ago when she first became the minority whip I guess with the time. So, you know, but I also think like you need to put someone forward and say X individual would do the job better than ANSI policy. And I've never heard that argument made. And until you do I think plus you be the best speaker. Yeah. Love it. What do you think? So I do believe Nancy Pelosi is one of the greatest speakers in American history. And probably the best speaker of the house in half a century. If she were a man should be more recognized as such that said, I felt it for the first time, actually, and I'm a big defender and believer in Antipolo, but I felt it for the first time on election night, watching her speak, and it was like, wait a second. We ushered in a new congress ushered in a ton of new representation. Diverse changing. America represented in this new Cox that that is going to be elected hold Trump accountable. And our person standing at the helm is something that's been around for a long time. And and it was the first time I actually felt some sympathy for the argument that says we need new leadership because we need new leadership, which is I think a lot of what the criticism amounts to. I'm also sympathetic to the argument that she has not allowed for younger leaders to rise up and to create a bench. And so she's kind of being rewarded for her failure as a leader? Right. Because there is no obvious successor to her. She gets to be speaker in part because she did not create the conditions for other people to rise up that said because there is no alternative right now, I am very interested in for progressive. Members of the caucus pushing her pushing on things like pay as you go and getting those kinds of concessions. I'm interested in progressive leaders having important roles within the caucus..
"seth moulton" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"Representative Seth Moulton of Massachusetts. Thanks, congress needs more, courage. That's why one of the democratic party's rising stars is out. Stumping for candidates who like him have served in the military can a message shoots democrat help. Woo voters and Trump country, former marine fighter pilot, Amy McGrath think so with help from Representative Seth Moulton a fellow marine who served four tours of duty in Iraq. She has gone from a political nobody to one of the most closely watched challenges in the country. She's one of dozens of candidates many of them veterans who Multan has endorsed in a bid to bring a new generation of leaders to congress leaders who he argues will put country above party over fried cod tail at a nearby diner. He explains his mission is not only to take the house back for Democrats, but to transform an institution that has become mired in. Political point-scoring, and he would like to see congress. Reclaim its constitutional responsibility. To hold the president accountable in Kentucky McGrath's liberal positions on healthcare are a hard sell among conservatives. But she is energizing Democrats if the marines can trust her says photo Judas cannon. I think I can too. This story was reported by Krista case Bryant in Paris Kentucky for the monitor. Do you know, what's at the root of most gun deaths? Most of us don't immediately. Think of suicide this podcast L's into an often overlooked crisis and how people who differ on gun. Regulation have created a place of trust. And cooperation around it after mass shootings such as those in Pittsburgh, parkland, Florida and sandy hook Connecticut. There's a strong desire to prevent these tragic events from happening, but there's also strong disagreement over defining the problem. Many Americans are surprised to learn that mass shootings actually account for less than one percent of gun violence fatalities in the US suicides account for most gun deaths. According to the latest data from the centers for disease control and prevention, nearly two thirds of the thirty eight thousand deaths by firearms and 2017 do to suicide. In the latest episode of the perception, gaps podcast. We explore how to have a more productive political conversation around gun violence prevention after her husband shot himself. Jennifer, Stewart became an agent for change in Washington state. She has formed an organization that includes an unusual array of participants, including the National Rifle Association and the second.
Bloomberg, Tracy Jonky and Tracy WBZ discussed on WBZ Midday News
"Once again to check Wall Street with Tracy jonky at Bloomberg good afternoon Tracy Good afternoon art investors clear path to trade with China for big. Industrial companies at. Least Boeing three and Caterpillar and United. Technologies are. At. The top of the Dow's gain. Is up one hundred forty three points about half a percent to. Twenty five thousand four forty nine NASDAQ's up forty nine points SAP's up sixteen and. The Bloomberg WBZ New England index is rising almost one percent they're talking about resuming trade talks Bloomberg news reports the US and Chinese officials are looking for. Ways to re-engage in negotiations. Trade tensions may have held back spending. On, pricey durable goods like appliances in June but consumer spending on services rebounded and the Commerce Department reports consumer spending overall increased in June by four tenths percent that was. Fueled by incomes that grew to. Match business reports, dating, thirty eight past the hour I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business. On WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty thank you Tracy WBZ news time is two ten. And here, we We go again Facebook says it has found dozens of. New fake accounts and pages that, are trying to influence this year's midterm elections Facebook says it is disabled thirty to Facebook and Instagram accounts company officials said they have not been able to link those accounts to Russia US intelligence officials have said Russian agents try to influence the outcome of. The two thousand. Sixteen presidential election President Trump tweets. That three d. plastic guns being sold to the public doesn't seem to make much sense. So he's looking into it nine states are suing, the Trump administration over its decision, to allow a Texas company to publish downloadable blueprints for a three d. printed gun it takes effect tomorrow CBS's Tony dokoupil says opponents worry that a plastic gun is undetectable by metal detectors doesn't have a serial. Number and requires. No background checks incredibly controversial because on. One side. You. Have people saying this is an, invitation to criminals A. Terrorist, bad people of every stripe and on the other side of the conversation you have second amendment absolutist saying this is. Our guarantee that no one will ever be able to curtail. The second amendment in this country it is our right Senator Ed Markey is. Among the Democrats responding to, the president's, tweet about allowing designs for three d printed guns to be posted, online No MR, president it doesn't make any sense and it doesn't make any sense the yard Justice department. And your State Department agreed. To make three d guns available to the public Massachusetts congressman Seth Moulton and Rhode Island's David Cecil Leany are introducing a Bill today that. Would ban the three. D. printing of plastic, firearms WBZ news time is to eleven and. It's time now for sports Tiger Woods is going to play in the Dell technologies championship over Labor Day, weekend that TPC Boston, in Norton that's according to a Globe report a formal announcement is. Expected today and now with more on sports WBZ's Adam Kaufman in, the ticket dot com sports studio the MLB leading Red Sox try for their fifth straight win tonight when they host. The Phillies, at seven but they'll need. Some help from struggling south Padre Pomeranz to, get them there the left is, just one in four with a six ninety one ERA and he's allowed at least four runs each of. His last four games in fact bomber ends is given up twenty one runs his last twenty one innings drew this is in the wake of a seventeen. Win season what's. Going on having a month or whatever on the deal you know coming back and, threw the ball pretty well you know three eighty seven pitches and may two bad, pitches, but,.
Us, Attorney and Senator Ted Cruz discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea
"The fight over the president's zero tolerance border immigration policies white house press secretary sarah sanders he's called on democrats in congress to work with him let's fix this problem the president is trying to kick the can down the road he's actually trying to work with congress to get real solutions and to fix the problem that's what we're doing congressman seth moulton blaming the trump administration for the separation of families this is the administration's fault it's something that vacant end in the next hour it's disgusting it's unamerican it's the opposite of family values and it's gotta stop texas republican senator ted cruz says he's introducing emergency legislation intended to keep migrant families together immigration attorney marisha franco and accusing finger at those who bring the kids with them the blame is with the parent the so called parents bringing the kids here and by the way on that piece of the information there's been over three hundred percent wise adults bringing unrelated children to the border the franko limestone on nightside with dan rae noting what's going on reported is the eight thousand kids the us has already taken in they're not in detention she says they're in homes around the country president trump directing the trade representative to prepare new tariffs on two hundred billion dollars in chinese imports as the nation's move closer to a potential trade war president saying the new tariffs at a ten percent rate are retaliation against china should it go through with its plan tariffs on fifty billion worth of us exports wbz news time nine oh three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on.
"seth moulton" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Join us now democratic congressman seth moulton of massachusetts congressman good to see you back we just talking about you guys we were let's pick up the conversation we're having just on the other side of the break what is the answer to the question of why the generic ballot is as close as it is and why president trump if he's bad as you all democrats say he is is doing as well it's is right now look i think you guys have part of the problem right which is we as democrats have to look our selves in the mirror and say where did we lose touch with the american people you know why is it that with such a terrible president in the oval office were at the worst position we've been in since one thousand nine hundred twenty s in the white house the house the senate and state legislatures across the country and i think that we're a party that needs to have our own vision it's not enough just to oppose trump and tell everybody how terrible the republicans are for not standing up to him let's talk about what our vision is for the economy for our national security when the president's being so reckless around the globe and how we're actually going to bring trust back back into government where it's been so terribly lost so i know the message has to be tailored district by district and it'll be a little bit different wherever you're running for congress but if you had to summarize what the democratic party stands for right now in the age of trump what would you say we're we're still the forty of opportunity where everybody in america no matter where you live or where you come from has a chance at the american dream and i think that a lot of americans are feeling left out right now and to trump's credit you know he recognized that and he and he saw that people are being left behind by this changing economy people aren't making what they used to make they can't support their families the way they used to but trump solution is to go back into the coal mines where pretend that people are losing their jobs to.
"seth moulton" Discussed on WTMA
"I think he would have if the democrats have been smart they would have been made him the speaker nancy pelosi because he's an old fashioned kind of blue collar democrat pro business guy and i think that's missing from the party now you have you know you have a bunch of mayors with a strong voice whether it's landreau's doing in new orleans and and what john hickenlooper didn't call listen i unfortunately we live in this world steve you and i know it all too well as a tagline economy and tagline news and all week people are reading what's the headline news and they're not getting into the depths so right now it's invoked to be pro anti trump i am hopeful that this is not what the two thousand eighteen election is only about i had the honor of having breakfast the other day with seth moulton and seth moulton congressman from massachusetts more importantly he served in the military and he has a group of twenty military formula italian coming veterans on a slate to help try to bring the democratic spouse now this is not about whether we flip the seats or not but the people he is really working on against guys like ken hub in ohio when you speak to them they realized right away this is about bringing jobs back to ohio where jobs will lots and and you know in these mill towns in and lost four either do the technological revolution or trade or whatever we have and this is where i think you know there's a whole group of democrats that allied with a lot of abuse in terms of economic ideas but i'm sorry i get off the train when i start hearing bernie sanders talking about socializing everything from daycare at a healthcare everything in the country and and who's going to challenge bernie sanders on that agenda well well look at i twenty twentieth a long time away.
Kroger's Fred Meyer plans to phase out firearms business
"He's offered to hire former fbi deputy director andrew mccabe to work on election security and seth moulton of massachusetts tweeted his considering giving mccabe job saying his district would benefit from the wisdom and talent of such an experienced public servant it's not clear how long they'd benefit as mccabe only needs a couple of days on a federal job to qualify for his full pension another major chain has decided not to sell guns bill rica reports the fred meyer chain based out of portland oregon says it made the decision after evaluating customer preferences the company sells guns at nearly forty five of its more than one hundred thirty stores fred meyer stores sell a range of goods and include groceries clothing electronic outdoor equipment and such they say the firearms category represents about seven million.
Early returns show Putin re-elected in a landslide tainted by fraud
"Putin for president the russia probe i'm anne cates exit polls show vladimir putin has nabbed three quarters of the votes of the russian presidential election today correspondent frederik plotkin says there were other candidates on the ballot seven people running against ladimir putin it seems as though the closest runnerup at this point he's at around eleven percent so from what we can see so far it seems pretty much assured that latimer putin is going to spend another six years in office as the russian president the president is attacking the fbi and special counsel robert muller after his personal attorney called for an end to the probe into russian meddling in the election and any trump campaign ties to moscow senate minority whip dick durbin tells fox news sunday that president trump is straying into dangerous territory is president is engaged in desperate and reckless conduct to intimidate the law enforcement agencies in this country and to try to stop the special counsel that is unacceptable in a democracy ousted fbi deputy director andrew mccabe is mulling a new position congressman mark poke and says he's offered to hire mccabe to work on election security something the wisconsin democrat says is a legit job and seth moulton of massachusetts also a democrat tweeted saturday that he'd consider giving mccabe job saying his district would benefit from the wisdom and talent of such an experienced public servant it's not clear how long they've been affect as mccabe only needs a couple of days on a federal job to qualify for his full pension a spokeswoman for mccabe didn't immediately rule out the idea but said they're considering all options richard johnson washington after days of digging through nine hundred fifty tons of steel and concrete authorities say the remains of all six victims of the pedestrian bridge collapsed in florida have been recovered rescuers have worked day and night to extract the victims and mangled cars after the pedestrian bridge which was under construction crumbled last thursday near florida international university miami i'm ann cates.
"seth moulton" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Trust other people to run so actually not doing sound who saying that it is time for change in our house leadership all right so i figure that one and i'm not criticizing you know he's going to say we've always been lemons that's not really true representatives who were in touch with their districts not just in touch with what the party tells us to do so i think that this is a healthy sign for the party that we are diverse that we can represent districts all across america and one of the things that this show this ratios is that when we're willing to put forward candidates everywhere i mean so many people said that this is an impossible district that conner didn't have a chance of winning that trump had beaten hillary by by twenty points in this district so we shouldn't even try but connor got out there as an honest public servant as someone who's down to earth and can represent the people that he knows that he grew up with and he did well so if we're willing to do that in races across the country i think we are going to take back the house and we're going to have a lot more success because we show that we're a party that can represent a wide variety of america it'll be interesting to see if the party does take that direction let me get your take on one other issue so there you go that's our very seth moulton congressman who actually almost ran on or at least one of his main signature issues was not supporting pelosi komal gets cotton pretty much not doing his homework there i mean they're both big aggressive so you'd think that molten old school i mean that's the thing is an and i thought that chris cuomo did a better job of getting on it but i mean people in multan camp i think and in elizabeth warren's camp are wanting the further right to challenge old established democrats i think that's when he says new people when he says change on both sides right i mean that means basically all the calcified dams who've been there forever need to get bounced and they need to run people against those democrats well how are you going to win back the oval office if you are undermining your very own people in your own party.