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Fresh update on "speaker nancy pelosi" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:56 min | 2 min ago

Fresh update on "speaker nancy pelosi" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"Hundreds of police interviews and years of investigation, rumors and theories, and still no one is behind bars are the bards town cases connected. Health care reform benchmarks. Jack Callahan, Fox News President Trump unveiling his plan for health care going forward still in North Carolina audience on Thursday. Historic action I'm taking today includes the first ever executive order. To affirm it is the official policy of the United States government to protect patients with preexisting conditions. So we're making that official president says Any health care reform bill that reaches his desk must protect those with pre existing conditions or he won't sign it and the president says Medicare recipients will soon receive a card that they can use to save $200 on medications. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the president's order isn't worth the paper it's printed on. In addition to the North Carolina event, Mr Trump also spoken a campaign rally in Jacksonville, Joe Biden not on the campaign trail Thursday, his staff says preparing for next week's debate. Louisville still on edge after a grand jury declines to charge police officers directly in Briana Taylor's death, but a potential Thursday night flashpoint did not flare. It looked like there was going to be a rather serious showdown between police and protesters. There's a major law enforcement presence and then a spokesperson.

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Outrage after Trump refuses to commit to peaceful transfer of power

Pacifica Evening News

03:12 min | 2 hrs ago

Outrage after Trump refuses to commit to peaceful transfer of power

"President Donald Trump has long stirred controversy over the upcoming election, for example, predicting it will be fraudulent and suggesting it be delayed. The controversy rose to a new height Wednesday after Trump said about a peaceful transfer of power. Get rid of the ballots and you'll have a very peaceful there won't be a transfer. Frankly, there will be a continuation. Democrats responded with outrage. I mean, he says, that people swallow Clorox and we hear about it for the rest of our lives, but he's trying to have the Constitution of the United States. Swallow. Clorox. Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi answer the reporter's question on the subject at her Capitol Hill news conference Thursday, but that a president of the United States would place in doubt. The idea of the peaceful transfer of power is well. It's no surprise again because the president has been contemptible of science and governance. And so you see, 200,000 people have died, but I am I had confidence in the American people. And I have confidence that that He won't get away with saying, for example, I want with the popular vote on the ground. The vote in the mail doesn't count in the rest of that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was at a loss for words Wednesday night as he spoke to reporters to a face mask. I'm being facetious that said. What country are we way? Says the most irrational things I don't know what to say. But it's not surprising. Independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, himself a former Democratic presidential candidate. Devoted a whole news conference toothy issue in Washington, D C. We must ensure in this unprecedented moment in American history. That this is an election that is free and fair. An election in which voters are not intimidated. An election in which all votes are counted and that election In which the loser accept the results. This is not just an election. Between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. This is an election between Donald Trump and Democracy. And democracy must win. Republicans have also spoken out, though in a much gentler tone, Republican senator met Romney of Utah tweeted fundamental to democracy is the peaceful transition of power. Without that there is Belarus. Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell has said there will be an orderly transition, just as there has been every four years since 17 92. Those Republicans did not comment on how they see a peaceful transition coming about. Other Republicans have also responded to Trump's statement, no questions. No qualms. No concerns is going to be peaceful. This nation is designed that way This nation will have it that way, And that's exactly what will take place. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy downplayed the issue and his weekly news proofing, saying he wants to put it all to rest.

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Fresh update on "speaker nancy pelosi" discussed on KIRO Nights

KIRO Nights

01:27 min | 2 min ago

Fresh update on "speaker nancy pelosi" discussed on KIRO Nights

"Two of protests of that decision to file criminal charges against police officers involved in the shooting that the Briana Taylor shot by mistake in her own apartment last March. Correspondent Erica Duncan outside of Taylor's apartment is a small memorial. It was gun shows on on my door frame and on the On the mat and everyday Dejame or who says she was questioned by investigators lives right across from Taylor's now vacant apartment. You were there that night? Yeah. What do you recall? Then the nasty because we have hollow walls. We would've heard him. At tonight's protest. Arrests were made after curfew but no reports of serious violence. Unlike Wednesday night, when two officers were shot they will recover. Among those protesting Thursday night was Briana Taylor's mother. President Trump continues to issue claims of possible fraud from widespread mail voting. This election keeps on hitting, he might not accept an election laws. GOP senators, some of whom are on the ballot themselves are trying to put some distance there. Several senior Republican lawmakers insisted there would be an orderly transition. No matter who wins. It doesn't matter what the president says. The Constitution, says the president CNN's on January 20th Mitt Romney, a frequent critic of the president, said the thought of not handing over power was unthinkable and unacceptable and the behaviour of an authoritarian regime. CBS NEWS White House correspondent We Jiujiang now the president was booed when he went to the Supreme Court to pay his respects. To the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who seat he wants filled before the election. In case the court becomes involved in it. The lines of Mourners have been long all day, CBS News correspondent Jan Crawford reported doing was extended late Thursday night to allow all in line tow walk by Justice. Ginsburg will also be honored at the Capitol House speaker Nancy Pelosi. We will be gathering and Statuary Hall she will be the first woman to lie in state in the Capitol of the United States, actually, Our prayer will be led by ran by the first Jewish person to lie in state Justice. Ginsburg.

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McConnell, Pelosi dispute Trump, vow peaceful power transfer

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 8 hrs ago

McConnell, Pelosi dispute Trump, vow peaceful power transfer

"Greschner leaders from both parties are pushing back after president trump declined to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tweeted the winner in November will be inaugurated in January North Carolina Republican Thom Tillis was asked what if there is not a peaceful transition that's our goal is not going to have a great news story house speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats aren't panicking over this we have a president of the United States who wants to discredit people's vote really really what what our founders thank at the White House the president will exact except the results of a free and fair election press secretary Kaylee McEntee says Democrats are those doubting results in November and then you have that beautiful quote from Hillary Clinton Clinton that Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstance president trump is baselessly claimed widespread mail voting will lead to massive fraud at Donahue Washington

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Fresh update on "speaker nancy pelosi" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 30 min ago

Fresh update on "speaker nancy pelosi" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"If you order now to talk to Buddy Siri's where it all begins wins news time 11 33. President's trumps suggestion that he may not peacefully leave the White House if he doesn't win. It isn't going over Well. Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she wasn't surprised by the president's comments, but said they sounded like something you might hear from an authoritarian leader. You are not in North Korea, You are not in Turkey. You're not in Russia, Mr President, and by the way you are not in Saudi Arabia. You were in the United States of America. It is a democracy. Top Republican leaders also rejected the president's suggestion that he might not peacefully leave the White House if he doesn't win the election. Correspondent Jordan Phelps Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tweeted The winner of the November 3rd election.

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McConnell, Pelosi dispute Trump, vow peaceful power transfer

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 8 hrs ago

McConnell, Pelosi dispute Trump, vow peaceful power transfer

"Greschner leaders from both parties are pushing back after president trump declined to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tweeted the winner in November will be inaugurated in January North Carolina Republican Thom Tillis was asked what if there is not a peaceful transition that's our goal is not going to have a great news story house speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats aren't panicking over this we have a president of the United States who wants to discredit people's vote really really what what our founders thank at the White House the president will exact except the results of a free and fair election press secretary Kaylee McEntee says Democrats are those doubting results in November and then you have that beautiful quote from Hillary Clinton Clinton that Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstance president trump is baselessly claimed widespread mail voting will lead to massive fraud at Donahue Washington

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Fresh update on "speaker nancy pelosi" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 45 min ago

Fresh update on "speaker nancy pelosi" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"Unemployment claims are on the rise again. President Trump continues to refuse to commit to a peaceful transfer of power next January if he doesn't win in November. Recapping our top story. Governor. Wolf accuses the Legislature of political posturing by serving up legislation to reopen bars too quickly. That's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good evening. I'm Steve Ta Wan went and Clyde is at the editor steps. Governor will says state lawmakers are playing political games to distract people from across Pennsylvania from wearing masks, avoiding crowds and social distancing. The Legislature wants to loosen up restrictions the Wolf administration has imposed on bars and taverns. Hey, why W's Paul Kurtz reports the industry is trying to get back on its feet. Chuck Moran, executive director of the Pennsylvania license, Beverage and Tavern Association, says he was disappointed but not surprised to hear about the governor's plan to scuttle House built 25 13. The governor has only deliver bad news to the industry. He's yet to do anything to help them. He now expects the administration to lean hard on those Democrats who voted for the bill will come down to the Kurds of those who Good with restaurants and caverns. If they stand with us on a veto override those show their their true colors. Moran is telling his members to also keep up the pressure on lawmakers and the governor. Supporters believe the bill offers a fair balance of covert safety measures and business survival needs. The measure does not affect Philadelphia bars and restaurants. Ron Paul Kurtz, K Y. W News radio up and down that continues to cause unemployment claims to rise in New Jersey A Y W was John McDevitt takes a look at the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, says unemployment claims grew 25% from last week. In addition, it says the number of workers seeking jobless benefits tops 1.6 million since covert 19 force many businesses too close back in March. In a statement, the Labor Commissioner Robert Acero, Angelo says New Jersey workers continue to struggle with the weight of unemployment and underemployment and the accompanying financial worries of not having a job, he adds. The Labor Department staff knows the difficulties customers are facing, so they work hard every day to resolve as many cases and answer as many questions as possible. $15.6 billion has been distributed in federal and state unemployment benefits to workers that includes to those who lost their jobs were furloughed or had their hours cut in the pandemic, including $286 million for the week ending September 19th or information on unemployment programs at my unemployment dot NJ dot gov. Jon. We dedicate one ofyou NewsRadio, House Democrats are preparing a new Corona virus relief package and never to shake free negotiations that have been in a stalemate. What for nearly two months now, the scaled back version still has a top line $2.2 trillion more than a trillion lower than the stimulus proposal. House Democrats passed in May before everything fell apart. The Trump Administration has said it would be willing to consider a proposal somewhere around 1.5 trillion, still insisting that mail in balloting will lead to fraud. Resident Trump refuses to commit to a peaceful transfer of power. Next grand worry if it doesn't go away, correspondent Stephen Portnoy reports Republicans inside the Beltway among those offering implicit criticism of Mr Trump today. Taking steps to ensure that the president could not ignore the vote of the people. The president now says he's not sure this year's voting will be honest. You know, they found I understand eight ballots today. Wastepaper basket. Mr. Trump appeared to be referring to an emerging case in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, where federal prosecutors say nine military ballots had been discarded Details about the circumstance how the ballots have been tossed by whom and for what reason aren't clear. But the Justice Department says investigators did note that seven of the nine ballots have been cast for President Trump. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she trust voters and outcome We don't want we want the peaceful transfer of power, Senate leader Mitch McConnell vowed and orderly transition has been done since the nation's founding house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy is in is confident about that there will be a very peaceful transition. Four states are encouraging mail in voting to keep voters safe during the Corona virus pandemic. Mr Trump has been pressing a months long campaign against mail in voting this November by tweeting it could lead to fraud. Although there's never been any evidence to back up those claims, Facebook says, or reject political ads that claimed victory in the presidential election before the results are declared. CEO Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook will work with the Reuters news agency and news organizations, including CBS News that distribute exit polling data to vet election results. But that's not all. A company spokesman just tweeted. Facebook will be rejecting political ads that claim victory before the results of the 2020 election have been declared. The announcement represents an about face for the company, which has for years says it would not fact check political advertisements made by presidential candidates and other international leaders. Mac Piper, CBS News President Trump went to the Supreme Court today to pay his respects to the late Justice Ginsburg, but it got a chilly reception from Mourners. White House correspondent Paula Read reports as he emerged at the top. He heard something he hasn't often heard, at least directed toward him. Boo in with the crowd chanting, Vote him out! This was unusual for several reasons, the first off President Trump wearing a mask. That is not something we see too often, and it was also one of the rare instances where he came really in pretty close proximity to people who openly protest and oppose him. Mr Trump, closing in on his picked a fellow Supreme Court vacancy just weeks before Election Day, says he'll announce his nominee on Saturday. Felafel closure and lane restrictions on I 76 due to roadwork will catch up with traffic next. It's Terry, Greg..

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:11 min | 1 d ago

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"80 w ay OK. We are in fall within the fall season. Yesterday was the first day Of fall, and I know what you look ahead. You just kind of thinking about how are things going to pan out over the next few months with and without the election and also just with the pandemic, and just with Our economy. How are things going to move forward? It looks like already the House has passed a short term spending bill to avoid a government shutdown. When you think about a lot of individuals who will need to benefit from some of these resource is the House approved it. Late on yesterday, a stopgap Beale to avoid a government shutdown at the end of the month, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced earlier that Democrats had reached a deal. With the Treasury of secretary to avert a government shutdown and fund the government with a continuing resolution through December 11th. The Senate will likely vote on the measure. By the end of the week, where it is also expected to pass before it heads to President Trump's desk for his signature. Ah, this stopgap measure must pass by October 1st to keep the U. S agencies open. Now this deal, it's actually going to add nearly $8 billion to the continuing resolution for food and nutrition assistance programs and funding for farmers and the agricultural community. Also included at the GOP's request with increased accountability measures. We've reached an agreement with Republicans on the CR toe at nearly $8 billion to provide needed nutrition assistant for hungry school Children. And families according to Pelosky, she said in a statement. She also said We also increased accountability in the Commodity Credit Corporation, preventing funds from Four farmers for being misused for a big oil bell out. To help the millions of families struggling to get food on the.

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Fresh update on "speaker nancy pelosi" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 min | 56 min ago

Fresh update on "speaker nancy pelosi" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"Honest, and I'm not sure that it can't be. I don't know. I don't know that it can be with this whole situation, unsolicited ballots, their unsolicited millions being sent everybody silence from many Republicans on President Trump's comments Wednesday about the peaceful transfer of power. He was asked if he would guarantee a peaceful transition in the event. He was not re elected. His response. We'll have to see what happens. No president in modern U. S history has ever refused to commit to accepting the election results. Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi reacted to President Trump suggestion that he might not peacefully leave the White House. If he loses the election. The president of the United States would place in doubt the idea of the peaceful transfer of power. Is well. It's no surprise, and top leaders of the Republican Party came out to say what the president would not Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tweeting There will be an orderly transition, just as there has been every four years since 17 92. Course wanted Jordan Phelps. Mitch McConnell in his tweet did not mention President Trump by name. Senator Mitt Romney was the first Republican to voice concerns. Tweeting quote, fundamental to democracy is the peaceful transition of power without that. There is Belarus any suggestion that the president might not respect this constitutional guarantee is both unthinkable and unacceptable. Congresswoman Liz Cheney, the third ranking Republican on the House tweeted. The peaceful transfer of power is enshrined in our Constitution and fundamental to the survival of our republic. America's leaders swear an oath to the Constitution. We will uphold that oath and Republican Senator Marco Rubio quote. As we have done for over two centuries, we will have a legitimate and fair election, it may take longer than usual to know the outcome. But it will be a valid one unquote. Wins news time. 11 05 City Council Speaker Corey Johnson will not be running for Mayor Corey Johnson says the mayoral race.

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House passes government-wide temporary funding bill in sweeping bipartisan vote, averting shutdown threat

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

House passes government-wide temporary funding bill in sweeping bipartisan vote, averting shutdown threat

"Lawmakers have approved a stop Gap funding bill to keep the government running through December 11th. The legislation must still be approved by the US Senate and signed by President Trump. To avert a shutdown in just eight days more from NPR, Susan Davis. The legislation will keep the government funded through December 11th. It passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, but only after a partisan dust up over farm and nutrition eight. Initial bill lacked more than 20 billion, requested by the Trump Administration for the Commodity Credit Corporation, which provides aid to American Farmer's House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused the president of using it as a political slush fund. But there was pushback from House Democrats in farm states who advocated for including the funds. That position ultimately prevailed. The bill also expands nutrition assistance for school Children to continue to receive meals while learning remotely.

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House Passes Stopgap Funding Measure to Keep Government Open

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:59 min | 2 d ago

House Passes Stopgap Funding Measure to Keep Government Open

"Jack Spear a stopgap funding bill to keep the government running through December. 11th passed the house late this evening. The legislation must still be approved by the Senate and signed by President Trump, where the government would face another shutdown threat in eight days more from NPR, Susan Davis The legislation will keep the government funded through December 11th. It passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, but only after a partisan dust up over farm and nutrition eight. The initial bill lacked more than 20 billion, requested by the Trump Administration for the Commodity Credit Corporation, which provides aid to American Farmer's House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused the president of using it as a political slush fund. But there was pushback from House Democrats in farm states who advocated for including the funds. That position ultimately prevailed. The bill also expands nutrition assistance for school Children to continue to receive meals while learning remotely. Susan Davis. NPR NEWS Washington Even

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House passes funding bill with GOP support to avert looming government shutdown

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00:55 sec | 2 d ago

House passes funding bill with GOP support to avert looming government shutdown

"Bill to keep the government running through December. 11th passed the house late this evening. The legislation must still be approved by the Senate and signed by President Trump Or the government would face another shutdown threat in eight days more from NPR, Susan Davis The legislation will keep the government funded through December 11th. It passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, but only after a partisan dust up over farm and nutrition eight. The initial bill lacked more than 20 billion, requested by the Trump Administration for the Commodity Credit Corporation, which provides aid to American Farmer's House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused the president of using it as a political slush fund. But there was pushback from House Democrats in farm states who advocated for including the funds. That position ultimately prevailed. The bill also expands nutrition assistance for school Children to continue to receive meals while learning remotely. Susan Davis. NPR

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House passes funding bill with GOP support to avert looming government shutdown

Fresh Air

00:55 sec | 2 d ago

House passes funding bill with GOP support to avert looming government shutdown

"A stopgap funding bill to keep the government running through December. 11th passed the house late this evening. The legislation must still be approved by the Senate and signed by President Trump, where the government would face another shutdown threat in eight days more from NPR, Susan Davis The legislation will keep the government funded through December 11th. It passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, but only after a partisan dust up over farm and nutrition eight. Initial bill lacked more than 20 billion, requested by the Trump Administration for the Commodity Credit Corporation, which provides aid to American Farmer's House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused the president of using it as a political slush fund. But there was pushback from House Democrats in farm states who advocated for including the funds. That position ultimately prevailed. The bill also expands nutrition assistance for school Children to continue to receive meals while learning remotely.

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Pelosi holds moment of silence for 200,000 who died of coronavirus

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:26 sec | 2 d ago

Pelosi holds moment of silence for 200,000 who died of coronavirus

"Is now the first nation in the world to lose more than 200,000 lives to covert 19 speaker Nancy Pelosi, marking the grim milestone on the House floor chair, Ask all members in the chamber. As well as members and staff throughout the capital to rise for a moment of silence in remembrance of those more than 200,000 Americans who had passed away. From the Koba 19 virus. White

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The U.S. coronavirus death toll tops 200,000

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | 2 d ago

The U.S. coronavirus death toll tops 200,000

"200,000 Americans dead since March due to Corona virus Today near the Washington Memorial. 20,000 flags laid visually represent lives lost. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was there splats are indicative not only of the lives lost That the families left behind and suffering the lingering effects of the pandemic. Also taking a toll for many less than a month ago, this Dallas area 15 year old posted a video. Oh, my name is hands and saying, And this is my Mandela. He seemed fine. But days later he took his own life for teens. It's a pandemic within a pandemic. They're not saying there appears they're not saying their friend, pediatrician Anisha Abraham says teens are suffering justice. Their parents are more young people are feeling that sense of Helplessness and uncertainty in isolation. The National Alliance on Metal Health Illness Help line has seen a 65% increase in calls and emails since March. Jim Ryan ABC News September is National Suicide prevention Month, Michelle France and ABC News staggering statistics

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'Unfathomable': US death toll from coronavirus hits 200,000

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

'Unfathomable': US death toll from coronavirus hits 200,000

"The U. S. death toll from the corona virus has topped two hundred thousand according to Johns Hopkins University the very sad occasion for our country house speaker Nancy Pelosi at a memorial service this morning for covert nineteen victims this was preventable not all of it but much of it what could be lost in the future is preventable too if we embrace science the bleak milestone of two hundred thousand is by far the highest confirmed death toll from the virus in the world and it's still climbing desert running a close to an average of seven hundred and seventy a day I'm showing up where

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US Supreme Court: The top contenders to fill vacancy

WBZ Afternoon News

01:08 min | 4 d ago

US Supreme Court: The top contenders to fill vacancy

"His his nominee nominee for for the the Supreme Supreme Court Court has has early early as as this this week. week. The The lead contenders right now our federal appeals court judge Amy Cockney, Barrett and federal Judge Barbara Lagoa. Speaking to a candlelight vigil outside the Supreme Court last night, Senator Elizabeth Warren said the tone for the coming a political battle over replacing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Mitch McConnell and his henchman believes that they can ram through a Supreme Court justice only 45 days. From the election. believes that this fight Is over. Mitch McConnell does not understand is this fight has just begun. Speaking on a bee sees this week, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she does not want to see President Trump try and push through a Supreme Court nominee if he does not get reelected in November, Also appearing on this week on

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CNBC's Jim Cramer apologizes after calling Nancy Pelosi 'Crazy Nancy' to her face

America's Morning News

00:59 sec | Last week

CNBC's Jim Cramer apologizes after calling Nancy Pelosi 'Crazy Nancy' to her face

"CNBC personality Jim Cramer, apologizing for calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi crazy Nancy to her face on air. Kramer first defended himself, saying he was channeling President Trump to make a point. As criticism mounted, He apologized again toward the end of this show. Mad money, Mark Meadow. Go and say he was a skunk of the party. Didn't really you know, he's got in the way between you and I think Secretary Mnuchin. What do you mean? We have a crazy Nancy. I'm sorry. That was the president. I have such reverence for the office. I would never use that term, but it isn't just what you just did. You know, you know, silent in the office is so great that I think it's a travesty. Earlier today, when I talked to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi once walked on the street, I made a very stupid comment. It was a tongue and she attempt to make a point about the harsh home of the negotiations in Washington, but I felt completely fine and I apologized for that.

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Pelosi wants House to stay in session until COVID deal reached

the NewsWorthy

00:34 sec | Last week

Pelosi wants House to stay in session until COVID deal reached

"Speaker. Nancy Pelosi told, CNBC house will remain in session until lawmakers deliver the next round of covid nineteen relief that means no October recess. There's no compromise and that's a big deal for members of Congress. Up for election and that could mean, they will not get to go home to campaign ahead of. November and until now, there hasn't been much progress remember talks Congress broke down well, White House Chief of staff mark, Meadows told Reuters. There's now a one and a half trillion dollar proposal up for consideration it was drafted by a group of bipartisan moderate lawmakers. So some Republicans say it costs too much some Democrats say it fall short,

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Pelosi says House will stay in session until new deal reached on economic relief

Bloomberg Markets

00:36 sec | Last week

Pelosi says House will stay in session until new deal reached on economic relief

"Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the House will stay in session until there's a deal on another round of Corona virus relief. As Bloomberg Sammy Morris reports a bipartisan group of lawmakers is putting out what it hopes will be a winning compromise problem solvers caucuses, a 50 member group of House Democrats and Republicans with a $1.5 trillion corona virus stimulus plan that the group has been hammering out for weeks. The talks have been behind the scenes in Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is hinted that the White House could accept a package of this size. The biggest compromises allow for aid to state and local governments and supplemental unemployment insurance

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Trump heads to big rally amid virus, Woodward book fallout

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump heads to big rally amid virus, Woodward book fallout

"President trump he's defending his remarks to Bob Woodward in which he acknowledges publicly downplaying the corona virus threat asked at a news conference why he lied to the American people the president shook his head saying what he did was to minimize the threat to avoid causing panic there was no lie here and that his actions to stop the virus's spread show he took it seriously that doesn't mean I'm going to jump up and down in the air and start seeing people die people are gonna die now no still Democrats like house speaker Nancy Pelosi say his public downplaying revealed a president unconcerned with saving American lives showed his contempt contempt for the American people and their health Sager mag ani Washington

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Democrats block slimmed-down GOP coronavirus relief bill as hopes fade for any more congressional support

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 2 weeks ago

Democrats block slimmed-down GOP coronavirus relief bill as hopes fade for any more congressional support

"Of Viacom, CBS. Set of Democrats have blocked a Corona virus relief bill, saying it falls well short of the $3 trillion package that the House approved back in May. Speaker Nancy Pelosi humor And I called it. It's not a skinny bill. It's a may see it. It doesn't help

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Senate GOP introduces slimmed-down COVID-19 relief bill that Democrats vow to block

The Vegas Take

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Senate GOP introduces slimmed-down COVID-19 relief bill that Democrats vow to block

"For a new Corona virus relief Bill. Police The Brady Fox News. The slim down Republican measure might not have enough support to clear a procedural hurdle in the Senate vote, now set for tomorrow at $300 billion Measure includes an extra $300 a week and expanded unemployment insurance more money for the Paycheck protection program. In liability protections for businesses. Republican Senator James Lankford told Fox Business was the highest need area but not subject to blanket dollars everywhere in the economy because lots of areas of the economy are doing very well right now the package is a fraction of what Democrats want. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called the bill emaciated. They say it's going nowhere.

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Hopes fading for coronavirus deal as Congress returns

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Hopes fading for coronavirus deal as Congress returns

"Hopes are fading for a corona virus economic relief bill as Congress returns talks broke off last month president trump says the blame falls on the Democrats I know Pelosi I know Schumer very well they don't want to make a deal the president says a three trillion dollar bill is too much he says democratic leadership has another motive they think that if the country does as badly as possible even though a lot of people are being hurt that's good for the Democrats house speaker Nancy Pelosi's response we're not budging after talks broke off pelo see said Republicans have to move why should there be a bill that has a a far less what the public needs we have that responsibility president trump says he is taking the high road and take it I wrote by not seeing them and Donahue Washington

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:32 min | 2 weeks ago

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have agreed on an approach to avoid a government shutdown will do this separately from the cares act negotiations. We're having the appropriations staff. The four corners meet and go through some specific details on it. Mnuchin says The timeline for the continuing resolution has not been set, but he anticipates the initial agreement will keep government open through December. 5 Colonel Scott more than 200 people had to be airlifted to safety after a massive wildfire trap them at the camping area in California's Sierra National Forest. 20 people were hospitalized. 10 were moderately Jered and two were severely injured. The fire jumped a river and burn near the on ly rode into the mammoth pull campground. It's forced evacuations and threat and at least 2000 structures the National Weather Service, saying it's going to be even hotter today in many parts of California than it was yesterday, when dozens of areas reached more than 100 degree factions. Christina Coleman America is listening at Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network alone Pary no entire walls. I'll tell you what Right now we're in the very heart of the point of lightly attached. Partisans are now receiving the back signals are up. It's the homestretch. It's time to come home and remember the good times. Remember what you love about the party and remember why you hate those other guys. So that's why there are convention bounces,.

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Over 19 Mental Council advanced it on the second reading during the meeting that started last night at meeting didn't end until early this morning, and Weaver W. T N news metro coaches or suing school's director, Dr Adrian Battle over the delay of the fall sports season. Hillsboro High School football coach Maurice Fitzgerald, the leader of the pack. Some believe cancelling or delaying the fall sports season may take away chances for student athletes at college scholarships. In other news, things have gotten a little bit hairy. For House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. She was caught on security camera getting her hair done at the San Francisco salon on Monday, despite citywide rules prohibiting indoor salon services because of Govan 19. Pelosi defended herself during a Wednesday afternoon press conference, saying when they said what we're able to accommodate people, one person at a time. And that we can set up that time. I trusted that. As it turns out, it was a set up. President Trump has blasted the speaker on Twitter for dodging the rules Well, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden laid out a plan today to help schools gravel with the Corona virus. Speaking in Wilmington, Delaware, Biden pitched a new stimulus package to support essential workers and working parents. Biden also said if he's elected, he'll make sure the CDC provides clear advice for all schools. There should be universal guidance coming from the president of States America, It should be noted the president and the CDC have released guidance for reopening record highs are being marked for the S and P 500, the NASDAQ The Dow Jones industrial Average trailed for most of the day but still had its best gain. And seven weeks the Dow is around 900 points away by the way from crossing 30,000 points for the first time ever. News brought to you by Dr Brian Foley traffic and weather next looking toe learn, then join my career. Others on something you should know. Podcast. Why can't you do both? Why can't you be grateful for what you have but still want more? Let him enlighten you on how to deal with Works how to count to infinity and why people believe in aliens. How many people believe that the Earth has been visited.

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:48 min | Last month

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The House today, approving a $25 billion funding infusion for the Postal Service. Lawmakers met a rare Saturday session to debate the bill for money Democrats say is needed. To ensure the Postal Service can preferably deliver mail in ballots. About two dozen Republicans voted for it. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accuses President Trump in the postmaster general of trying to undermine the election by reducing resource is the postmaster general has deliberately misled Congress and the American people about the extent of the damage. Rushing them off to dip in service on under unintended consequences. Republican Minority Leader Congressman Kevin McCarthy says that even the post office admits it doesn't need the money. Why do they not needed because they look at their own bank account? Realize they have 14 billion? They do not need because of the care, Zack. We gave him another 10 billion to sit there. They do not need because they said they could deliver every piece of mail. It'd be only 75% of what they do in a single day. The White House promises a veto fire crews in California struggling the battle hundreds of wildfires across the state. These massive wildfires have forced thousands of people to evacuate their homes. These wildfires have damaged or destroyed more than 930 structures across the state on president and lightning storm started last Saturday and lasted throughout the week, sparking many of the fires raging. In Northern California. There were nearly 12,000 lightning strikes over a 72 hour period this week with over 100 occurring just yesterday functions. Christina Coleman dueling demonstrations in Portland by right wing and left wing protesters turned violent today near a county building that's been the side of numerous recent protests. Streets were blocked and fights erupted with police warning they may use crowd control devices. America is listening.

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

09:34 min | Last month

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"They do need to be upgraded and and so on. But the timing of all of this does raise that question. I don't think he was sent over for that purpose. I know that he was this is a political hack. This is a mega donor to trump, and let's just put one thing straight. It's called the postal service. So then when they say well, it doesn't make this kind of money or that it's not a business, it's a service. So if we have to ride it out in certain cycles whereas make there's more male or less mail and. what's the bottom line, but it's a service that meets the needs of the American people he was sent over there to diminish. The capability of this to be a service to the American people by the slowing down the male how many ways to see do that by stopping over time so that people don't stay by not replacing the people many people have corona virus who work at the postal service. So they need temporarily to be replaced but look at our bill we. Our Bill to see how we address these concerns. But yes, he was there to undermine the ability of the postal service to. Play the role that it does elections not just the ballot but the. Persuasive male of persuasion and the rest of that. He he met with the president apparently in the last couple of weeks certainly within the president's right to meet with the postmaster general. But you think the president's calling the shots on this choice. But what's funny about it is when you suggest that the of the president's representative said, this is an independent agency really tell that to the president and tell that to the unions and the workers who are paying the price for these arbitrary decisions that are very political but they use the excuse of well, they lost some money this or that. Okay. Let's subject that to whatever scrutiny it needs to be but not let let us not measure this as. Now, this man, no suppose service because he has tried to have a businesses that take business away from the postal service. This is not a friend to the postal service and the postal. Service. The postmaster general is hired by the Board of Governors and the Board of governors are the ones who gave said, we need twenty-five dollars for the so and they are all appointed by trump is a a mentioned earlier. There's this is by design and it's blatant and it's on its own American really as unpatriotic to do this. Now I know that represented Maloney who's the chairman of Your Oversight Committee has call for hearings. He's been asked to appear on on August twenty fourth Do you expect him to view and the just adjust her before now that he has said he will come he was coming into the. Middle of September seventeenth or something like that because he said, he just really didn't know the territory had to get the lay of the land before he could come in and but that's too far away. Now he didn't in new the lay of the land, well, enough to be taking mailboxes out of neighborhoods. Processing machines out of post offices, but it couldn't come to Congress. He accepted the invitation. We'll see if he comes maybe he meant the delay of the land, not the way. You never know well, you know it's just another example of the disrespect that the trump administration has for the American people are Veterans Ninety seven thousand veterans work in the Postal Service. Almost one hundred thousand as I was one hundred percent of their medicines from the VA come through the postal service. So just thinking of them people enroll areas very heavily depend on the connection to the rest of the country in the postal service. So when they say something, well, they're they're losing money it's an insult to the intelligence of the American people, but they do that on a regular basis, a couple of your members have. Suggested criminal referral. About the postmaster general around this issue. Do you anticipate that? Are you going I mean I don't expect that the the. Doj would act on that. But do do you think that there's reason to? To pursue that well, let's just talk about litigation in general of because it on all of these issues we fight in the Congress we fight in the Court of public opinion and we fight in the courts and many attorneys-general across the country are looking to see what would be the proper action to stop the actions that they are doing and many groups. I'm not at liberty to name. Because again, they are making their own decisions about the standing they have. To Go to court over what they're doing, we would rather be. Friends of the court mikus brief briefs rather than. Spending our time on that litigation because there's a question as to whether what are standing would be. So again, what we WANNA do is get the job done. And where you know all these issues as to whether we have standing or not are academic discussions that we can carry on. But in the meantime, our first order of business is to get the money reverse their decisions and have the postal service via service to the American people I've had the chance to watch you operate as speaker from the other side and I I always admired the way you worked with your members to get to that point you talk about being passionate but also being. What was the word you use? Passionate. But this patent dispassionate on this one year, there's a tremendous amount of desperation about the gap here in the extension of unemployment benefits and the hand unemployment benefits you're in kind of a staredown with the house over this Do you see any movement at all? Well, let's just say anyone with children grandchildren in my case in in school understands the angst that families have across the country and one of the biggest obstacles to agreement for us. Is Funding for education. We have a difference as to the amount, but also how the money is spent. In addition to that, unless you support state and local government, which is the other big obstacle to agreement that's were an over ninety percent of state of Education Fund public education funding comes from state and local government. So there are two areas of big ideological disagreement. They say, why should one st help pay for the needs of another state? Well, welcome to the United States of America did you ever hear of Katrina? Or Joplin Missouri or North Carolina storms or anything like that. Just that's what we do a and B the The fact is that they they're saying the president wants all the schools to open up actually. So the bulk of the money that they want to spend for actual opening up children they are in person and a say about seventy five percent at least of the largest school districts in the country are going to be virtual or hybrid. So it it again, it's an ideological thing. So we're saying that you may not know this to them of, but it takes almost the same amount of money to actually. Open, actually virtually or in a hybrid way, and so we need more money but don't take our word for this is the request of the American Association of of school superintendents. Any of those organizations are saying we need more money than they WANNA put up a and we need it spent in a way that recognizes so much of it will be virtual, and at the same time we need the state and local money, which is the largest over ninety percent as I say support for schools right now, they're firing teachers and the rest across the country senator McConnell and the president of both referred to this as a blue state. Bailout it. It's. It's true that if you if you actually look at how federal revenues are. Distributed, it would be the blue states who are. sending disproportionate amounts of money. Small. That I understand that I. Know You don't I mean works in our favor. California, where the big contributors to the to the treasury. And other states a- get more back than they put in and yet they're saying we don't want to. It's a it's an IT'S A it was a difference of opinion, and that's what elections are about to address. The differences of people can hardly wait for the election to get some of these issues resolved the election still eighty, some odd or seventy some odd days away seventy, eight, seventy eight. Yes. So again, where are We I saw I I I saw mark meadows on how out by the way are you getting along with meadows?.

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:58 min | Last month

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on KCRW

"Your 2020 election bingo card. You in I guess the politics of it, we will assume you are mostly familiar with Speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling the house back in deception legislation likely Postmaster General and CEO Lose The Joy has said he will testify, but As all of that plays out a detour here if we might The postal Services business model reality? Yes, the digital age has brought its challenges to the U. S. P s. But as Congress tries to figure out how to repair the damage It might do well, the look in the mirror for a little bit. Here's marketplaces. Nancy Marshall dancer. The Postal Service is supposed to be self funded, not getting any government money. But the post office is still tightly regulated by Congress. And in 2006 Congress passed a law requiring the Postal Service to pre pay health benefits for its retirees. Jim Campbell is a lawyer and consultant on the Postal Service Kind recorded the Postal Service to pay for 10 years about 5.5 $1,000,000 a year into this Payment fun The thinking was paid forward. Make sure the money is there when retirees needed. But Campbell says federal agencies don't have to make these pre payments and the post office couldn't do it. Campbell says it missed more than half of the payments. To make matters worse, Congress Capt. Postal Office price increases for letters and circulars at the rate of inflation, so the Postal Service is kind of caught in the squeeze. Cornell University public policy professor Rick Gettys says Congress also still requires the post office to deliver to every mailbox in the country. Six days a week. So this is a recipe for fiscal problems, serious physical problems and serious debt. Frank to Disco has been tracking that he's chief actuary at the U. S Government Accountability Office, he says the Postal Service is more than $160 billion in debt over the past decade. The.

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

04:19 min | 2 months ago

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"To more company. Where does headed boggling their money? Thanks very much for having Jim. Great to be here all right. So this is your first appearance on mad money I'd like you to explain to people what experience management is and how companies are able to get a full return bringing you in. It's all about the proliferation of digital technology now in the capture of a massive signal field of customer feedback putting into our platform, understanding it creating actions, barring those actions back out to people in the field that can actually make a difference in doing the securely a massive scale, and it's not just survey. It's video his voices, all kinds of signals that we omit as we consume. Services in the day. I work for comcast this obviously. CNBC is owned by comcast. You are. You handle some of this experience, management and Comcast is a client. So what do we as comcast users see? That might be powered by Gallia. Really in the background, but what it's doing is it's monitoring that work connections is looking at satisfaction of content is looking at Adam, it consumption of content, and it's putting all of that information platform, so the comcast make million dollar ten million dollar billion dollar decisions based on what customers are doing and having some estimate of where they will move next great customer by the way it's. Of course now, Dick Sporting goods store like very much in the management is very forward-looking. They're always trying to figure out what people want. They also did take guns out after Parkland are able to give them a sense of whether it's time to switch to a particular kind of close kind of offering I e commerce. which channels are those things that diet can help. Think sporting goods are super user, feedback, highly intelligent user feedback, and they're looking at customer patterns. You mentioned a gun decision so. They're looking at customer partners and consumption patterns, and also feedback also safety. In this time you know I can enter the store safely. They have a pleasant shopping experience in a safe manner, and what do they want from the future as they open up more and more so great example offer a super intelligent user realtime user of A. Data set win some client. Come to the guy say listen. We want to make it so that. We pass routes since everybody has to wear a mask. Will we lose X NUMBER OF CLIENTS? Will people stop going here versus another place? Is that the kind of query that medallion can handle? That's precisely the kind of query that Madonna can handle and it can setup that dialogue, so they can talk to their customers in a secure way, but also analyze millions of customer pieces of feedback, not just end on a small focus group interaction. That's exactly right now. How do you integrate? You've got many different of the partners that we talk about all the time. Do they bring you in? With salesforce spree medallion to say this, we gotta get despite sport right, or would they say listen? We Tableau data. We don't need medallion. Do is leave toddlers. A great associated technology in honor of ice to salesforce author and customer service now aren customer, and we do content hung with those companies. salesforce is just the best in gloss company. That's all about. The customer is especially with their customer free sixty initiative. We're about what the customer is doing and thinking and what they want to. To do next? It's a perfect complement, and we are the open partner of for them, the feedback partner and many large prices around the world that they served so in the end when people think boy. That company is so smart. How they know that I might like that. A lot of what they are doing is dependent upon what medallion does for them. I think if you look across the spectrum of different industries. It doesn't matter whether it's financial. Services read settled commerce, whatever it may be It's with their about who I'm whereabout watts and how the customer is thinking, and it's a really nice marriage of technologies that delivers more than twice. The value I think customers when we offer. Wow, that's terrific I'm glad you on, you know when I first started to die, said I've gotta learn about this company..

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

06:03 min | 2 months ago

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Zero up for the bank stocks. I mean whether we're talking about the sport money centers JP. Morgan is the world or them more focused regionals take one of my favorites first horizon national which come onto the water space in the south. Thanks, it's merger with Beer Bank when the pandemic hit this stop punch from sixteen dollars to six over the course of four weeks, since cents rebounded to nine as of today, but it hasn't been able to get any lift since the latest major covert outbreak that occurred in the South and southwest some of Of the hardest hit places in I rises backyard just probably the Puerto he's, but mostly stronger than expected quarter within line revenues, three cents earnings beat off seventeen basis dividend well-covered, however like we saw with the DIG Money Center banks I rise in stock, actually got dinged on the news. Because Wall Street's terrified of potential losses, so the stocks pretty darn cheap, and even better Scott -Chusetts six point, five percent yield expect us one very enticing as long as you believe, they can keep naked number so candidate. Let's check in with Brian, Jordan the presidency of. In national get better sense. The quarter his prospects. Mr Jordan welcome back demand money. It afternoon. Thanks for having me all right, so Brian I'm a little confused. She bought Iberian very good price. It's trick fan and growth theory country. You've managed already. Take some costs that you had very good loan loss ratio. You've done everything right in a very good area and your stock is down. Seven dollars since I've seen you. Can you make any sense of this I can't. Think it's A. It's an interesting time to be trading bank stocks and I will give that anybody who's trying to do it i. think there's a combination of things I think most particularly. It's driven by the impact of Covid nineteen impact on the economy, and and I think for a period of time there we had some of the arbitrage trades in and out of the stock, but I think long term the most important thing again sprint. It is not a marathon. It is is that we're going to create a tremendous amount of value. The cost savings that you referenced are starting. Starting to be realized, we gotTA leverage in this environment that others don't have taken out. One hundred seventy million dollars cost will create a great deal of shareholder value, so I think over the next several months we to see much better performance now even when I look at all that criticized loans of Iberia and I at the loans that you're worried about I, still come up with a fraction of the market value that you lost now I know bad loans can continue we can. We're not done this crisis, and we continue to get more people with cases of Kobe, but It is hard for me to think that you're going to have to say to three billion dollars a most out of nowhere. Yeah I agree with you I think we have reserved substantially. All of of the losses would occur in in our severely. Adverse stress testing I think we built very very strong reserves. I think we've got a portfolio that will perform as well or better than most I think. The other contributing factor in addition to credit is a zero interest rate policy particularly for long clearly is GonNa impact margins in financial services and I think that gets factored in, but as you and I and have you and I've talked in the past we. We have a couple of of two or three. Really countercyclical businesses that are doing very well in this business in this environment, one is our fixed income sales and trading business in the other, our our mortgage, related businesses mortgage warehouse lending business in a mortgage origination business, so I think we have some offsets to that, and as as you point out I, think the credits going to hold up well our revenue. pre-provision at revenue continues to be strong I'm optimistic about the back half of this year now how `bout loan creation before the pandemic, obviously Tennessee one of the best, but also Florida fantastic Louisiana. is good a slowdown in loans, and is there a concern that if we lose to six hundred dollars per week, extra unemployment that things are going to look not so great a month now. Yes I think that's a real concern. If you, if you set aside the obvious growth from the PPO triple pay program that Treasury SBA setup loan growth has been reasonably modest Jan. for example we originated on a standalone basis about three hundred million dollars or so loans. That's mostly to existing customers. We're not seeing people who were really asking for much other than line, increases or availability, so it's fairly benign environment in terms of demand I think everybody is is worried a little bit about what we don't know. Know about what we don't know, which is how this environment plays out, particularly related to the health care crisis that we're facing, and what does that mean to the economy I'm optimistic that the Congress and the administration will get together on a package that will help bring a further bridge to the economy. I, helping people get from where we are today to a place, pass the pandemic when the economic recovery can start uninhibited and when this question Louisiana I think, there's an unbelievable state and commend trending state. was various and. King Down there when you've gotten I mean. Are you going to spend more time? In Louisiana I mean to me it is the these state that has the most growth opportunities of the fifty states in the union right now. What are you doing down there? Yeah, we're excited about it. Our regional banking headquarters in New Orleans Louisiana is a very important state to us. I am so anxious to get back on the road and spend time, not only in Louisiana but forrest, Georgia, all of these markets were excited about the opportunities. We see Louisiana. We think it's going to be a great story and and a big part of our future, so I'm excited to get there and really get back out on the road. Well, you should be I think the.

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"More testing shows more. People who are infected and they don't want that bad news, but you've been putting that aside. Let's just go forward. Whatever avid has we still nude? More underserved communities communities of color, rural communities and the rest are just not having the outreach that they need to have, and then the tracing that goes with that is buried essential as well, but you have to have also the equipment that Ernie to test by to evaluate positive or negative in a short period of time. I do WANNA. Go back. And look for one thing, which is the the legacy of of a representative John Lewis person who is a stalwart who understood the the way that we need to adjust in this country to bring ourselves up to where everybody is equal and I. Thought I should give you a chance to say something. When I appreciate your calling attention. To John Lewis for all of us in Congress. It's like the death in the family. The immediate family I served with him for thirty three years. In the House and we look forward to paying tribute to him as we lay him to rest. Within, the next several days as the family gives us earn instruction. But this is a person who many of us think was almost Christ like in his. Values and his demeanor, his respect for other people. He believed in a more perfect union. He was a super patriot in that regard because he wanted to. He worked in peace and love..

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:12 min | 2 months ago

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"And other places. It makes it's a sweetener. So, but we have to have the same amount in the whole country, because otherwise it's an administrative headache, but let's go to the heart of the matter of the stock market. There's a floor there. You know that the Fed another are pounding ways to. Minimize the risk in the stock market, and that's a good thing is for our economy, and we think there should be a floor for America's working families, and that we should not be firing those for meeting the needs of the American people because we don't want to spend the some Republicans on the Senate side, don't want to spend money, and we should not be quibbling over to four hundred or six hundred, when people are in desperate need and have great uncertainty, not how the markets and the a business community doesn't like uncertainty. We shouldn't inject uncertainty. Their into lives of 'cause working I couldn't agree. Agree more I've been the reason why the stock market which is what I this is doing well is because we have people who otherwise would be I think on food lines that able to have dignity and get some money from the government for for jobs that they lost now I am concerned about certain, say fifteen million jobs in the rest. Fifty million jobs in the restaurant business hospitality is going away because the need for social distancing. Is there any way in particular to help? The people kind of like a business interruption insurance for those workers whose companies that they faithfully served? That are just closed. Who Shit you're pointing at the hospitality industry because there's you know hospitality industry is a source of community, engagement and involvement, so it's not just about an. About jobs it's about a sense of community, but the jobs are what are essential, and I do believe that. In the course of the unfolding of the PC, the paycheck protection program that we have improved the opportunity for the restaurant industry. That's what they tell me anyway. Of course, we're not there yet. Because you can help. People stay open pay.

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

06:09 min | 5 months ago

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on Fresh Air

"These settings decided to invite the press to stay in film this negotiation that they thought was going to be private and at one point. They're going back and forth about things like the border wall and whether the government's going to shut down and trump sort of almost as an aside says well you know Nancy Scott a hard time right now because she doesn't have a lot of support in her own party he's referring to the leadership battle that she was in to regain the speakership and she immediately cuts him off. Doesn't let him finish. And says Mr President. Please don't characterize the strength that I bring to this meeting as the leader of the House. Democrats so she was interrupting him. She was putting him in his place. She was refusing to be sort of insulted in that way. And I think that made a big impression but what made an even bigger impression was when she and Senator Schumer walked out of. That meeting walked out the doors of the White House. And she put on that Reddish orange coat and those round tortoiseshell sunglasses and just grinned a big grin and there's an that image of that moment of instantly became iconic as the epitome of the The woman who could put trump in his place and because there was this wave of women's political activism that started with trump's election and has continued ever since because there's so much anger on the left toward trump and the trump administration. I think that image immediately caught fire as sort of the fighter. The Democrats needed the figure who they felt could finally really stand up for them and stand up to trump and that's been her position ever since it's interesting you make the point a lot in the book how of how results oriented she is. It doesn't matter whether you don't like me or whether you make fun of me in public if we get important things done for the American people and tries not to get involved in all the emotional stuff that that can get in the way that said. Did you ever see you lose your temper? There's there's a little known incident That's perfect illustration of this from two thousand fourteen So she's minority leader at this time. The Republicans are in control of the house. And there's some speeches going on as they often are on the floor of the House and a Republican member of Congress Tom Marino Start sort of taunting her. He saying you know you could fixed immigration when you were in control Madam Speaker. But you didn't do it. And he's insulting her intelligence. He's insulting her capacity so he gets done speaking. And you can actually see in a partial way unlike the the C. Span recording of this. You can see her marching across the floor chasing him down and wagging her finger at him and and what she's saying is you are an insignificant person. You're an insignificant person. And he recounted this later sort of shocked that she and her colleagues almost had to had to pull her away from him because she was so incensed by what he accused her of. I'm one of eating. Tell us a bit about how she's going to deal with the challenges presented by the Corona virus pandemic. I mean there are practical challenges. How does the House function? How can you exercise oversight over the executive branch without public hearings and staff onsite? How do you vote? What do you see yeah? Obviously it's a massive public policy challenge and it's also a massive logistical challenge. And I don't think the congress figured out either part of that yet She's been involved in the negotiations toward these four. Massive bills that have already been passed spending nearly three trillion dollars to try to keep you know workers and businesses and the healthcare system afloat and her and the work. There is not finished. I think she regards that as as a partial success. She still thinks that more needs to be done entrance. Logistics the house is a very old fashioned place and there are there. Were some efforts to try to figure out a way for them to meet remotely or do something else and that kind of got Polacks bipartisanship you could say where the the Republicans wouldn't agree to it and it's become this whole highly charged political battle as absolutely everything. Is these days so so we'll see we. Have you know the Senate coming back this week? The House is supposed to come back in some fashion next week and it will be a real challenge to see whether they can manage these two simultaneous problems. Both the policy problem. This is a congress wasn't functioning particularly well before they had to stay home and wear masks and also the unique logistical problems of the virus. Molly Ball thank you so much I than some time with us. Thank you so much for having me. Molly Ball is national political correspondent for time an analyst for CNN. 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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

08:54 min | 5 months ago

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Care of small children and so a lot of her energy derived having been having had five children in the space of six years and having to to raise this large family at sort of makes you the leader of a of a caucus in a way and I think some of it is just natural. I think some of it has just got to be the way that that that she is naturally. I've actually asked her this question. I'm certainly not the first to ask. Well where do you get all the energy? How do you do it? And she'll just give you the sort of blank look and say well. I'm Italian we have great stamina and I think she really believes that. She's just genetically superior for being Italian. You know the other interesting thing is about having raising a large family and and like being a leader in a in a congressional caucuses you end up having to be very very efficient with your time and get things done and yet have enormous patience to deal with people who think they're important and can throw tantrums and need to be taken care of. That's right when you think about it. Politicians and toddlers have a lot in common right there. Ego Maniacs. They're self-centered they're unreasonable. They want everything and they want it now and they're not really interested in hearing why you need to get. You need them to do something else so I do think that managing a caucus is a lot like managing a large family. And I think she did learn a lot from that and you know a friend of Nancy Pelosi's when she was still a young ish. Mother said she knew she was destined for success in politics when she saw all five children folding their own laundry and the way she ran. The house was disciplined deficient. It was you know her. She hardly ever. I have a hard time believing this. But her children's say she hardly ever had to scold them because she would just give them that cold glare of disappointment and the shame that they would feel for disappointing. Her was enough to make them behave. And so I think you say that in the way she manages the House Democratic Caucus as well that she doesn't often have to bring the hammer down and really punish people because they're just so afraid of disappointing. Her Molly ball is political correspondent for time an analyst for CNN. Her new book is Pelosi. She'll be back to talk more about House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi's career break and Kevin Whitehead of us a new album by saxophonist Dana Stevens trio Davies. And this is fresh air. This message comes from. Npr sponsor story point wines maker of story point a bold new wine brand with a rich layered taste profile. Enjoy story point wine while you connect with those you love either at home or at a virtual happy hour. Raise a glass and share a story story. Point believes that the stories we share can bring joy even in trying times visit story point vineyards dot com slash. Fresh air to purchase shipping is included in your online order so consider shipping a bottle to a friend to. We're speaking with time national political correspondent Molly Ball. Who's written the book about? Us House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi Paul says Pelosi has used her political skill in the Goshi getting talents to outmaneuver president trump in several policy. Battles balls book is called Pelosi. You know for the first several years that Nancy Pelosi was the leader of the Democratic Caucus. She was there when the Democrats were in a minority and so it was of getting the most she could with Republicans who were charging you till the number of stories One that comes to mind is when Tom delay the the congressman from Texas called her to say that they had to reduce the number of Democrats on one of the committees after this had all been agreed to and she really showed some spine. How did she respond to them? I love this answer. I love what she said to him when he told her that he was going to go back on this agreement she made with the Republican speaker. At the time she said life on this planet as you know it will not be the same if you persist in this notion. So he was very much laying down a marker that said and they tried to argue with her. They will go out and bad mouth you in the media. If you do this street said I don't care. They said we'll actually no. This is better for you. You get a larger percentage of the seats if the committee is smaller said I don't care. We had an agreement. We're sticking to the agreement and life as you note will not be the same if you persist in this notion so from the very beginning. She was a very tough leader. She was very strong leader. I think she viewed the leaders. Who'd come before her as being a little bit weak willed letting people get away with too much and so at various points as as minority leader before becoming speaker a lot of what she was doing was trying to instill a sense of party discipline and wake up the Democratic Caucus to the idea that they needed to work as a unit if they were to have any kind of leverage in negotiations with the majority and it is still a I think the number one thing that she says to and about her caucus today she says our diversity is our strength. Our unity is our power and we got to work as a team. Oh it really is interesting because when you're in the minority you have to know how far you can push right. I mean And part of that note if All's knowing the circumstances in which Republican leaders will need some democratic votes because their own caucus was arrested and some of them wouldn't go along with leadership and so it. It's one thing to be tough and show steel but to do it. Well you really have to have done the homework and know exactly where you stand where the votes are right. That's right and I think the other sort of favorite word in Nancy Pelosi's vocabulary is leverage. She always knows where those pressure points are exactly what her leverage is. Sometimes it's that as you say. The opposition is divided and that means that if the Democrats are unified they have a lot of leverage because the majority needs their votes Another thing is just knowing what the priorities are so in many of the negotiations with the Republican majority in the last few years she knew that they wanted to increase military spending so in order to get that she was to require them to increase Some domestic spending or to protect some domestic spending that the Democrats cared about so knowing those pressure points knowing what it is your opponent. Values in the negotiation enables her to to demise that leverage and then just the fact that she is so effective it becomes a sort of virtuous cycle. I guess you would say that. Because she's so successful at keeping the Democratic Caucus United. It gives her a lot of credibility in that negotiation. To say I can bring along all of my votes. Can you do that because I haven't seen you do that? But you've seen me do that a lot. A in two thousand six the Democrats Get the majority in Congress. She then become speaker the following airy and then in two thousand eight. Barack Obama wins the White House and Pelosi is speaker at a time when the Democrats control the White House and both houses of Congress and you have a president with an ambitious policy agenda and there were things they took on the affordable care act. But it's interesting to you right. That one of the toughest things for her was dealing with President Obama What was what was hard about that. I don't think she would say that. He was hard to deal with. I think she they. The two of them became very close and she church that relationship very much and I think he came to respect her as well but this was a common refrain during the Obama Administration from Democrats in the House and Senate. They just never felt that Obama was fully engaged with the Congress and knew his way around the congress. Having only been a senator for a few years never having been in the house and You know not being the sort of Schmoozer who's always having people over to the White House and Wining and dining representatives and so on many of the House Democrats were often frustrated with President Obama's negotiating abilities thought that he was giving away too much on the front end and wasn't maximizing leverage. So if you can imagine if you're someone like Nancy Pelosi who values leverage that's going to be extremely frustrating. I'm frustrated meeting in Congress word that the the Obama Administration.

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

09:01 min | 5 months ago

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And Astra to take this spot on the San Francisco Library Commission and she turned him down. She said well you know. I'm perfectly happy being a volunteer. I'm happy to help. I don't need that kind of official position and even though she considers him a chauvinist sort of old fashioned man he reprimanded. Hurry said No. You're doing the work. You should have something to show for it. You should have the power that comes with it. You should be able to make decisions. And this was really a revelation for her and when she and I talked about it she described it as a sort of feminist moment where she realized that yes she should be able to have that kind of power if she was going to be doing all the work and everything sort of changed for her. Once she had that official position she realized that particularly as a woman. If you were just sort of talking no one might listen to you but if you had a vote they had to respect you. They had to listen to your voice to get into Congress in one thousand nine hundred seven and not manny politicians make their first run at elected office for Congress and win and she in a way was kind of in the right place at the right time. A congressman died. His wife took the seat. She got colon cancer and said that Nancy should run for the seat but she still had to win it as a field of fourteen people including one. That was quite formidable. How'd she pull it off? Well I think there are actually quite a few people in the Congress today. Who that's their first office. But that's sort of another discussion but yes. She did have to fight for it. Despite having the deathbed endorsement of her friend Salad Burton who held the seat before her untimely death of colon cancer and she really did model her operation on the politics that she learned in Baltimore. County every vote on knowing the neighborhoods block by block and precinct by precinct. She knew the value of showing up. She was a tireless campaigner. She'd be up at five in the morning waving signs for the commuters and she'd be out late at night you know speaking at a at a bingo parlor or or Lady's Bridge Club and so her principal opponent was a man named Harry. Britt was the sort of the successor of the famous Harvey Milk. The tragically assassinated member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and this was at a time when The AIDS crisis was really coming on the national radar and if elected Harry Britt her opponent would have been the first openly gay man elected to Congress so a lot of the campaign was about who could better represent the gay community and Nancy Pelosi talked about all the connections. She had her ability to be effective in Washington But her principal opponents argument was we need to be represented by one of our own in. Congress and she won pretty narrowly. She was there was it was a sort of two rounds of voting and she won that first round by just a few thousand votes. The other big part of it was money right. She raised a lot of money and she at this point had family wealth to contribute to. That's right her Her husband was a banker and financier. They lived in New York for a few years before moving to his hometown in San Francisco and he became quite successful. So even at that time in in Nineteen eighty-seven seven they They were quite well off and Yes she put quite a lot of her own money into the race in addition to being able to raise funds because she had this background as a fundraiser because she spent so much time raising money for other politicians she was then able to call in a lot of those favors and she outspent entire rest of the field combined to win that race. You write that. When she got to Congress she already knew two hundred representatives and senators personally in that many owed her a favor. That's pretty remarkable for a freshman. Why why was the? It's very unusual for a freshman member of Congress but she had helped so many people Get to Congress. She had held all of these fundraisers in her home. Her her house in San Francisco had become a sort of well known stop on the fundraising circuit so not just San Francisco politicians but politicians from all over the country who were coming through California to raise. Money would stop at their home. She also spent a term as the finance chair of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Basically raising money for all of the Senate candidates in tough races in one thousand nine hundred eighty six so that meant that she got to know a lot of senators and helped a lot of them and a lot of them grew to respect her through that and also perhaps out her favor so And this was exactly what she ran on her slogan when she ran for office that first time was a voice that will be heard and it was all about her connections and her ability to be effective in Washington. Which if you think about it is pretty odd for someone who's never actually been in office before. In fact one of her campaign consultants looked at this proposed. Slogan said. Wait a minute. We're going to run a first time candidate on this idea that they are effective and accomplished and the answer was yes. That's what we're going to do and it ended up working. A of people serve in Congress for decades but never become leaders. They are active on their committees. Nancy Pelosi decided I in one thousand nine hundred. She would run for one of these leadership posts whip. She stayed at. It eventually was elected the whip. She became the leader of the caucus in two thousand and two. They were in the minority so she held the post of minority leader and then eventually became speaker in two thousand seven after the Democrats won the majority in Congress in two thousand six but running for these leadership posts is a little different from just serving in Congress. Tell us how you do it. How did she manage to Wendy's internal battles for leadership. It requires building a lot of support among your colleagues. So that means raising money for your colleagues campaigning. For your colleagues helping them get elected and stay elected. It means proving that you have the the sort of chops to do the job proving that you know the INS and outs of the policy. You know the way. The House works and functions But it's a lot of just building those relationships and interestingly although she came from the liberal wing of the caucus from pretty early point in her career she was building relationships with the more moderate and conservative Democrats in the house and She became friends with a sort of crusty old chauvinist from Pennsylvania. Jack Murtha who was known for his work on defense spending and because he saw something in her that made him take her seriously. He became a sort of crucial validation for her. You have to remember when she got to the House in one thousand nine hundred seven out of four hundred thirty five members of the House. There are only twenty three women so she wasn't really going to get anywhere by getting all the women in the House to vote for her. There just weren't that many She needed to get all the men to take her seriously. They she needed to get them to see her as someone who could do this job. And wasn't justice sort of Dilettante as she was often caricatured so getting those older and more conservative and male members to to take her seriously and to see her as a force to be reckoned with was really crucial to her. Being able to to win that position. Right and you know you mentioned that. In the two thousand Congressional Election Cycle. She donated three point nine million to other Democratic candidates. That certainly away to win a lot of friends. The other thing was just the sheer level of work and the stamina. She showed what were her days like. She has always had a really remarkable amount of energy. She doesn't need a lot of sleep. I've never seen her eat an entire meal. She seems she doesn't drink coffee. She doesn't drink alcohol. She seems to live mostly on dark chocolate and chocolate. Ice Cream Which eats every day but she has this incredible level of energy and she traces a lot of it to being a mother and as a mother myself. I identify with this a little bit. I think you find when you become a mother for the first time much less when you have five children That the amount of capacity that you thought you had just increases exponentially when you just because it's so much work to take.

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:42 min | 6 months ago

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Lost their loved one for our country that recovers personally as well and I know we can all agree with that. That's House Speaker Nancy. Pelosi we all hope that this country gets strong and better than that health of this country gets better. Spec ED Federal Reserve. Can't do anything to stop them. But the moving heaven and earth to limit the economic fallout. I'm calling for our leaders to think big but even I was stunned by the feds. Incredible two point three trillion dollar facility. We used by high yield bonds municipal notes bunch of other things in layman's term. Factly backstopping everything on the credit side of the. It's not Fletcher Dockside Credit side much. Bigger if you're cities being bankrupted by covy nineteen. It won't need to go through a painful restructuring. The crushes the tax payers instead. They'll be able to keep paulie reasonable rates at the Fed's wounded by second rate Muniz. That's terrific news for era of the economy that I was very worried about whenever we have a recession governments are forced to cut spending and raise taxes the worst possible time. Because there's no money. Hey let's take that off the table. How about the second major pain point high you credit. We had tons of trouble cubs needed to borrow money to get through this period and there was simply no way they'd be alone. Thanks to the. Fed and airline can now raise capital without needing to sell state to the government. Something that looked inevitable. They didn't get forbearance but with the Fed by junk bonds. They're taking that risk off the table. Hey by the way that's why this year line stops all seward so much. Traffic tougher retailers would change living. Which changed I but yesterday. Newsroom sold some five year paper. The eight point seven five coupon holy cow for the Fed's actions today might US consumer concern that? That was too risky now. I don't know we have tons of companies that were in great shape just two months ago but this pandemic threaten across. I think there's nothing to be gained by letting him go under. It was especially not all it wasn't it wasn't their fault wasn't there ban operators. This thing was crazy in the end. The Fed didn't want to be blamed for causing depression. Jpl understands the mistakes that they've made during the financial crisis in two thousand seven when the Fed was buying treasuries that can I ask judge chief of Ben Banenky if he buy mortgage backed bonds to two heads events? Boy He brought it on. All system was collapsing. He'd taken action. Sooner could've prevented that palace learned a lesson. He's not making the same mistakes per naked. Meanwhile the Treasury Department is not going to be outdone secretary. Mnuchin doesn't want to go down in history as the guy who presided over depression. Either he's out there making sure that the real base of the economy small and medium-sized businesses can get grants and loans that. We've forgiven as long as they don't let up their employees this payroll protection programs connor fire because the role..

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:44 min | 9 months ago

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on KTOK

"Of Congress speaker Nancy Pelosi had been holding on to the articles in hopes of getting the Senate Majority Leader to hold what they see as a fair trial from the Katie okay weather center and for once stormteam gonna be turning cloudy tonight a low of forty eight partly sunny on Wednesday with a high of fifty five and then temperatures start to change a bit as a cold front comes through a seventy percent chance of rain on Thursday and a high of forty three and then on Friday we have a ninety percent chance of rain in a high in the mid fifties I'm Beth Myers newsradio one thousand Katie okay newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edea low team learn more at universal men's clinic dot com given the impeachment trial what will happen with the Iowa caucus we're getting into that and house speaker Nancy Pelosi made it official today finally Michael Bauer will tell us more coming up on news radio one thousand Katie okay it's the drive in three one thousand dollars now tags the nationwide to your coffee two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text dated July this nationwide contest coffee two hundred two hundred sponsored by farmers insurance we are of the from the city because he was a total traffic studio store evidence southbound thirty five southeast fifteenth northbound forty four airport road southbound forty forty southwest eighty nine Mustang road Reno reported north west thirty ninth at Portland and also Broadway station Hefner should we wrap it up Broadway north bound.

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

11:20 min | 1 year ago

"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Red hat ed hey there. It's the NPR politics podcast. I'm Tim McKee cover the White House. I'm Frank Donas and I also cover the White House. I'm Susan Davis. I cover Congress and Dominica Montenero senior political editor and correspondent and it is six fifty. PM on Tuesday September twenty-fourth and we are here because not long ago House Speaker Nancy Pelosi walked out of a meeting with House Democrats and announced that she now supports an impeachment inquiry into president trump this week the president has admitted to asking the president of Ukraine to take actions which would benefit him politically the action of the actions of the trump presidency revealed dishonorable fact of the president's betrayal. Oh of his oath of office betrayal of our national security and betrayal the integrity of our elections therefore today. I'm announcing the House of Representatives moving forward with an official impeachment inquiry. That seems big. This is a big deal right. I mean the fact the matter is Nancy. Bluesy has gone for so long being so cautious trying to hold back the gates of Progressive Democrats who've been bubbling over trying to force forced his hand to do this and finally that dam broke today and she got on board with this and so you are up on the hill and it was like a wear flats day. It seems like it was lutely yeah a lot of running in the hallways today I grew to go. It's a major moment it's a defining moment in the course of what's been happening in this. Congress and the question of impeachment for the main reason that you can't bring articles of impeachment to the floor without the support of the speaker up until today they did not have it policy made clear impeachment was a non starter on her watch. It is now a starter. I do think it's important to note that not much has really substantively changed. She didn't call for a new select committee. She didn't call for a formal vote on the House floor. She is essentially just saying that thing that Jerry Nadler. The chairman of the judiciary has been calling an impeachment inquiry all along. I now agree with him so that does not sound like the beginning of impeachment in the way that she we made it sound like I mean it is certainly the start of a new chapter appear in that once. This effort has the backing of the speaker. They're cooking with gas and the chairman that we spoke to you coming out of this meeting said they also made clear that the speaker and all of them aligned one move with haste. Nadler told a Democrats inside that room that he wanted to move fast and have a decision on this There's a lot of things happening in real time this week and we might get some answers really soon to this question of will they move forward with impeachment. I mean look the factor. The once you say the words impeachment that's a totally different environment on Capitol Hill and in Washington I mean it's a political earthquake in DC once you you start rolling that ball down the hill. The fact is there's only been three presidents before this who have faced impeachment proceedings and one of those presidents resigned so he wouldn't be impeached. Ultimately this puts everything else under the cloud of impeachment right and Richard Nixon resigned before a vote but certainly not before hearings hearings and proceedings in inquiry so I think that before we get much further down this road. We need to talk about how we got here so yesterday. We did a podcast. I talked about how all this started but let me take a deep breath and try to summarize so there is a whistleblower complaint that the trump administration is refusing the handover to Congress and that is reportedly about a call between president trump and the president of Ukraine back in July. Now we know that shortly before that call president trump blocked military aid from being delivered to Ukraine and on the call trump has said that he discussed corruption and vice president didn't Joe Biden trump has made no secret of his desire to have Ukraine investigate Biden and his son though there's no evidence of wrongdoing by the Biden's and it's not clear whether on the call trump made it explicit trump says he didn't that that the funding for Ukraine would be hide Hyde somehow to investigations into the Biden's alright Franko. You're in New York with the president. He has talked about this a lot today. He has talked about it so much he has answered so many questions and he's also continued to push this line trying to deflect the responsibility from himself over to the Biden's it's been fascinating to watch because he also has been kind of changing his story just just yesterday when I was with the president at the UN he was talking about the reasons for this investigation had to do with his concerns about corruption in in Ukraine but today it's completely different. It's about foreign aid and other countries not providing enough. I was actually talking talking with ambassador. today's well about that. WHO said it just doesn't add up because Europe actually provides a lot of foreign aid to Ukraine and Europe Europe also through NATO provides a lot of defense spending as well so what we're saying here is president trump held this funding for a long time for something like ten weeks from going to Ukraine this money was needed by Ukraine as part of its defense against Russian aggression and president trump at I I was like no. I didn't give them the money because of corruption and then today he said No. I didn't give them the money because I wanted other countries to give him the money money that's right. He continues to change his tune and you know look. It's not that surprising. We've seen these type of kind of evolving statements from the President several times before when he's kind of in a situation under scrutiny for things that he is done or said I'm and like some of those earlier instances such as the Russian investigation he's also kind of falling on you know tried and true narratives and statements. We heard today for for example. He's using the term witch hunt and presidential harassment. I've heard those words before about Russia and so like here's a question Domenico. What what is different there were months of a Muller Investigation. There was a muller report. There was muller testimony and Nancy Pelosi. Never said I support an impeachment inquiry. I mean this controversy has been a controversy for less than a week and now she's saying I support him. He's been draws add up before they break a camel's back back. This is the straw that broke the camel's back in the fact. The matter is this is different. She even noted today that the difference here is that this is easy to understand. I mean everybody gets making a phone. Call someone saying hey you know. I wish you could investigate this person. Who is happens to be a political rival. You know this is the president asking for foreign intervention from another country into American elections if that's what the allegations proved to actually be as has been reported by the Wall Street Journal and others you know if that's the case that is different and is very understandable. It's easily explainable. It's why so many many people said that the impeachment inquiry against Bill Clinton was easy to understand because he was lying right and he was on tape and then he lied. It's so true I mean this is a bite size size kind of morsel that people can really latch onto well and in the last twenty four hours president trump has seemed to put a lot of emphasis offices on this idea of no quid pro quo and one tweet he said no quid pro quo exclamation point and and he is saying that he's going going to release tomorrow a transcript of his call with the president of Ukraine and he says in that call you will see no quid pro quo so in a way it was like the president was trying to get out ahead of this announcement from Pelosi and and sort of lay the groundwork this or that the public look in theory would be disappointed or let down like like people were with the Muller report in terms of how it ultimately was sort of spun out. Democrats are taking a political risk here right because so much of this call for impeachment is based on information we still don't have. We don't know what's in that transcript. We don't know what's in that whistle. Blower complaint ain't and neither do they. If the information in those documents doesn't reveal itself to back up this point. Does it risk looking like they are. In fact just rushing for impeachment are looking for any reason to impeach that said these allegations against the president in what he may have done. We're so serious that it also did for so many Democrats in the last twenty four hours to just get off the sidelines and get in and say this is this is a this is too far even even now as we have to come forward and I would point to people like a lot of Gollner Democrats in freshman allow these vulnerable freshman in swing districts who have wanted to stay far away from this issue and they really triggered to their to their credit. I mean I think they will be seen as sort of the action forcing event here and it started with a group of Seven House Democrats in an OP ED in the Washington Post including some interviewed on NPR today coming forward and saying if the president did this that would meet their own personal threshold for impeachment and these are freshmen were involved in the national security apparatus former C. I. Ain't analysts former military veterans that I think gave other members of the caucus and I think including the speaker sort of a tipping point moment to say if they're willing to take this coll- risk we are too and they politically speaking. They are the majority makers. Many of them are from districts that President Trump won in two thousand sixteen sixteen. These are the most vulnerable Democrats come twenty twenty when they're up for reelection and in some ways like Pelosi had been trying to give them cover and then they came out and said we don't need your stinking thinking they rip the they ripped cover off and the fact is if she's trying to protect them. They're out there saying. We don't need the protection action. I mean one of the things that is so important about this that Democrats are going to have to make this messaging campaign and when it comes to quid pro quo there were three Democratic House Chairman Chairman who put out this letter saying that that Ukraine is dependent on US aid and is under continued threat from Russia and they said because of that exploiting meeting that vulnerability to advance the president's personal political interests whether or not the president expressly tied his request to a quid pro. Quo Is the real problem now. They'RE GONNA have to sell that message to a whole lot of people who may not have been paying attention to all of this over the last few days yeah I mean this happened so so fast that there are probably a lot of Americans who are hearing about this Ukraine thing for the first time because Nancy Pelosi says it is her tipping point. It is her reason for for pursuing an impeachment inquiry or for supporting an impeachment inquiry. Okay we are going to talk about what comes next after a quick break.

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

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"speaker nancy pelosi" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi made the announcement a short time ago the president must be held accountable no one is above the law in announcing the inquiry house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the president's discussion with Ukraine's leader about former vice president Joe Biden cross the line I can say with authority the trump administration's actions undermine our national security and our intelligence the speaker says current investigations into Mr trump will continue under the overall umbrella of the impeachment inquiry and she says the committee should move expeditiously to conclude those investigations bill right Cobb CBS news Capitol Hill I'm Stephen Portnoy with the president in New York Mr trump responded to close his remarks with a series of tweets one called the move to a formal impeachment inquiry breaking news witch hunt garbage aides say no one at the White House is panicking and that if anything the Democrats have no handed Mr trump something he can use to rally his face democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden spoke earlier today this time for this administration stop stonewalling provide the Congress of all the facts it needs. including a copy the formal complaint made by the whistle blower. it is time for the Congress to fully investigate the conduct of this press president trump says he will release the transcript of his call with Ukraine's leader but the White House is resisting handing over the whistle blower complaint nine deaths believed linked to vaping have been reported in Congress is being mourned the number of illnesses could go much higher the center for disease control's doctor and shook it says the illnesses are called to address the use of the cigarettes by young people several hundred cases have been reported from nearly all states we've had a number of deaths the cases are occurring in young people one half of all cases are less than twenty five years old Britain Supreme Court has delivered yet another blow to prime minister Boris Johnson and his plans to remove Britain from the European Union CBS is Vicki Barker in London with more in a unanimous ruling the Supreme Court justices said prime minister Boris Johnson was acting unlawfully when he unilaterally suspended parliament from most of the run up to breaks it so British lawmakers will be back on the job first thing tomorrow now with more time to debate Britain's departure from the E. U. stocks are lower across the board on Wall Street today the Dow fell a hundred and forty two points to twenty six thousand eight oh seven nasdaq was off one hundred and eighteen this is CBS news. rocket mortgage by quicken loans home is so much more than a house it's the home of your dreams and for thirty years they've been making it better rocket mortgage push button get mortgage. this.

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