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"stepien trump" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

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03:24 min | 2 weeks ago

"stepien trump" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"He predicts that the outcome may hinge on three justices. Brad kavanagh john. Roberts and amy coney barrett. All of whom like spencer worked on bush's team two decades ago in september trump said. He wanted barrett installed on the high court before the election to ensure a full bench to decide election disputes. The big issue of course is how is justice. Barrett going to rule. Spencer says the consequences of the coming legal battles may extend beyond who becomes the next president of the united states. The litigation could test americans confidence in the electoral process. Shake their faith in the judiciary as an impartial arbiter of us law and further an already polarized nation. Make no mistake. Our democracy is being tested in this election. Pennsylvania governor tom. wolf said november fourth. This is a stress test of the ideals upon which this country was founded lawyers for both trump and biden campaigns. Have been preparing for this moment for months with backing from deep pocketed donors as well as the republican and democratic national. Committee's each has amassed an army of top tier lawyers and legal experts who have been deployed at strategic outposts around the country and the months before the election lawyers for various democratic and republican entities filed more than four hundred election related lawsuits putting the twenty twenty race on track to be the most litigated in history. Some of these decisions may have made a post on more likely by narrowing the margin between biden and trump on october twenty six. The supreme court upheld wisconsin's ballot receipt deadline appeals courts similarly ruled in favor of shorter ballot receipt deadlines in georgia and michigan. The supreme court decision in the wisconsin case unquestionably made the margin closer says j. heck executive director of common calls in the state. There are probably thousands of absentee ballots. That will be arriving in the next few days when the deadline was extended during wisconsin's primary this year the state's election commission said it resulted in an additional. Seventy nine thousand ballots being counted the lawsuits have only just begun on november fourth. Bill stepien trump's campaign manager noting the close margins in wisconsin. Called the state recounts territory. There have been reports of irregularities and several wisconsin counties which raise serious doubts about the validity of the results he said pennsylvania is also likely ground zero for coming election related litigation. Experts say the commonwealth's twenty electoral votes. Make it the biggest prize of all the remaining battleground states and its decision to expand access to mail in voting for the first time this election cycle opens the door to lawsuits. The two lawsuits filed by the trump campaign on november. Fourth are likely just the beginning. The state has already been the target of multiple republican back lawsuits with mixed results. In mid september the pennsylvania supreme court ruled that mail in ballots could be accepted through november. Sixth republicans tried twice to get the us supreme court to intervene and while the justices declined to rule they left open the possibility of hearing the case at a later date. If pennsylvania is very close says potter lawsuits are much more likely to occur because both candidates will be fighting over which ballots to count pennsylvania's election officials also recently ordered ballots arriving after.

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"stepien trump" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

06:27 min | 3 weeks ago

"stepien trump" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Wherever you get your podcasts. An election day upset hangs on donald. Trump's formidable ground game by brian bennett and tessa berenson president. Donald trump heads into the final day of the two thousand twenty race trailing joe biden by an average of eight points in national polls but republicans are banking that trump's hard charging campaign schedule and the gop's yearlong investment in training. Millions of volunteers will pay off in votes cast. For trump on election day trump campaign officials point trump's breakneck pace of rallies held cavernous airport hangars and sports arenas with no social distancing during a pandemic that has claimed more than two hundred thirty thousand american lives as a major part of trump's strategy to drive turnout despite being outspent by opponent joe biden and polling below him at a stable rate for the entirety of the campaign trump has amplified his campaign by using the trappings of his office holding rallies with air force. One as the backdrop accepting his party's nomination in front of the columns of the white house and having agencies launch an unusual publicity blitz that spotlight his immigration enforcement actions in key battleground states. I think we're going to take it because we're going to have a turnout. Probably on tuesday. You know what people like to vote. They liked to vote on tuesday. Trump said at a rally in green bay wisconsin on saturday. The ground effort run jointly by the rnc and the trump campaign has used to point six million volunteers according to figures provided by the rnc. The field effort made more than one hundred eighty two million voter contacts more than five times. What they did in two thousand sixteen and volunteers registered nearly one hundred seventy four thousand new. Gop voters the campaign is focusing. Its efforts in the final days to reach. Infrequent and low propensity voters. According to a trump campaign official early voter registration figures in florida and north carolina and other states show that republicans have essentially neutralized what had been a democrat advantage by mobilizing new voters. John podesta who ran hillary clinton's failed two thousand sixteen bid for president tells time will that be enough for trump to squeak out a win in key battleground states to win pennsylvania's twenty electoral college votes. For example trump will probably need an epic performance among white working class. Voters who haven't turned out in previous presidential elections says christopher boric political science professor at muhlenberg college in allentown pennsylvania. That's hard unlikely. Voters are unlikely. For a reason bork says even for trump and his campaign that sometimes defies political gravity. Translating lots of non voters is still a pretty big hurdle. Work says biden is outspending trump on television ads and crucial media markets in pennsylvania. Boric noted though he adds one of trump's magic pills has been his ability to get media attention. Having a buy lots of television ads and trump's roughly blitz in the final week of the campaign trump has held a blistering pace of rallies that would exhaust men decades younger. He held three rallies in three different cities. In pennsylvania on october twenty sixth and rallies in michigan wisconsin and nebraska within hours of each other the following day he was up to five rallies in five different states by sunday but the seventy four year old president just weeks out from his hospital stay while he battled kobe nineteen was defiant rallies are bigger than they've ever been trump crowed to a rally under a cold steady rain in lansing michigan on october twenty seventh one week before election day trump worn overcoat and gloves and the assembled crowd was dotted by rain. Ponchos and winter hats. I gotta say. I'm working my ass off here. Trump yelled to his sodden fans. Sleepy joe the guy goes to his basement and rnc official says all of those events are a treasure trove of data rnc teams were of every single rally registering new voters and updating existing voter files to ensure accurate information. The official says and the rnc continued to follow up with those supporters. After the rally. The local organizers then use their email addresses and phone numbers to reach out to see if they want to volunteer the nearest trump victory office and remind them of important voting deadlines the official says for over a year bill. Stepien trump's political director turned campaign manager has zeroed in on the president's ability to generate crowds as a key to his reelection the campaign has used them not only to generate enthusiasm donations and wall to wall local media coverage but also to create a database of voters to contact register and encouraged to show up at the polls. People sometimes pooh-poohed the rallies and say. There's really no campaign. structural benefit to them says. Brian ballard an influential lobbyist with ties to trump but with rallies that can draw thousands of people we were able to utilize not only the crowds that go but the crowds that registered to go and sometimes that number is five times the amount of folks that actually show up he says after a rally in lititz pennsylvania on october twenty. Six for example republican. National committee chairwoman ronna mcdaniel said that of the eighteen thousand eight hundred and ninety four sign ups for the rally just one of three rallies that day. Twenty two point two percent were not registered. Republicans and twenty point eight percent did not vote in two thousand sixteen in circle. Ville ohio october. Twenty four th mcdaniel said of the eighteen thousand nine hundred and forty-nine people signed up for the rally more than forty percent of them were not republicans and nearly thirty percent had not voted in two thousand sixteen as republicans hustled in the field. The biden campaign shut down. Its ground operation in the spring due to the coronavirus pandemic and through the summer focused on building an entirely digital operation. Biden's forces didn't knock on a single door until october seeding the field to trump until late in the race but the biden campaign has engaged in aggressive digital outreach. They made fifty eight million voter contacts halloween weekend alone. According to the campaign whereas the anc made fifteen million voter contacts from october. Twenty third through. October twenty nine. According to the nc a ground game matters said stepien who took over the campaign from brad parse gal who had burned through hundreds of millions of dollars to little evidence effect. Frittering away a sizable cache advantage and leaving. The campaign outgunned in the final stretch. Trump's many rallies also come with a liability however republican strategists have counseled trump to stick to a clear message on how he will bring the country out of the pandemic improve its economy protect communities from crime and keep confirming conservative federal judges like his third confirm supreme court justice amy conybeare it but trump's rambling stump speeches swamp any attempt at delivering a disciplined message. Instead he's let loose on a host of grievances from the false claims of widespread fraud and mail in voting to downplaying the corona virus. In the last few days he has said after the election hill. Fire dr anthony. Fauci one of america's most trusted experts on the pandemic in very short order. Trump's team will see if they're bet on rallies pays off at the polls with reporting from charlotte alter..

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"stepien trump" Discussed on KCRW

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06:51 min | Last month

"stepien trump" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR News in Washington. It's all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish, and I'm Tanya, mostly in South Pasadena, California There are 11 days to go before Election Day. Of course, it's now more like an election season. More than 50 Million Americans have already cast ballots and early voting, according to U. S Elections Project. And former vice President Joe Biden is trying to hold onto a lead in the polls. His campaign is blanketing the airwaves with ads even as Biden isn't hitting the campaign trail as much himself right now, NPR's Scott de Tro covers the Biden campaign and joins us now. Hi, Scott. Hey, Good afternoon. Is there any sign that But last night's debate change the trajectory of this race. So far, Not really. Of course, it takes some time to see things like that show up in the polls, and at this point, it would probably just show up on election Day, not any real poles. But certainly neither candidate had a performance like President Trump did in that first debate, where he turned off a lot of swing voters with his tone and his attacks. And both candidates actually spelled out there major policy differences, especially when it comes to the ongoing Corona virus pandemic and to underscore just how much Joe Biden and his campaign thinks that is really the main issue of the race. Hey, gave a speech today. It was really just again restating his plans to confront the pandemic, which is something he's been talking about. For months. I'll immediately put in place a national strategy. Position our country to finally get ahead of this virus and get back our lives. I'll reach out to every governor in every state, red and blue. To find out what support they need and how much of it they need. And to recap. Biden wants to take a centralized, aggressive approach to this with the federal government funding and coordinating much more testing more funding for school districts for safety measures. And in dealing with the economic effects of this pandemic, and he wants to try to push to make mask usage Universal and that is, of course, very different than how President Trump has handled this, leaving most decisions up to the states and repeatedly urging the country to open back up. Who? How is Biden approaching campaigning in this final stretch? You know, One interesting thing is that he has gone back to the more restrained approach of campaigning that we saw for most of the summer. He hasn't travelled to a key state since last weekend. He was, of course, focusing on last night's debate and preparing for it. There's that speech in Wilmington today that we just heard And then as of now, the only thing on the schedule is a trip to Pennsylvania tomorrow. Campaigning in person, of course, doesn't tell the whole story. Biden's campaign thinks voters will reward him for not holding risky gatherings, and his message is certainly getting out there. He is spending far more money on ads in the final weeks of the race than Trump because he just has much more money to spend. And of course, they're also some high profile surrogates out there for Biden, like former President Barack Obama and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who have both been campaigning in Pennsylvania, among other states. Yeah, You know, question, though, does does this low key campaign schedule worry any Democrats. I mean, President Trump is basically crisscrossing the country. You know, it really doesn't bother that many Democrats, a mother, NPR reporters, and I call the ton of Democrats all over the country, and almost everyone we talked to feels confident. Biden has been able T make his point and that voters have heard and responded to it. And on top of that they really think and I think polls to validate this President Trump's rallies hurt him with swing voters more than anything else. They just don't want to see large mask was crowds or hear the types of attacks and grievances that he often goes on at them. You mentioned how many people have already voted. But the Trump campaign thought bite and made a major error by by seeming to say toward the end of the debate that he wanted to get rid of fossil fuels Dubai Canal I see this as a mistake. Nobody did clarify the reporters afterwards he was talking about ending subsidies for the oil industry. But if you look at his campaign planet really would phase out oil and gas drilling over the next couple decades. He wants to totally overhaul the country and get it. Maurizio. You know, wind and solar. The president keeps coming back to to this thinking that it's a way to help him win Pennsylvania specifically when it comes to the issue of fracking, but it's worth pointing out. Fracking has slowed down in Pennsylvania over the last few years, and it's a state with a really robust, clean energy economy, so this might not be the key issue. The president thinks it is. NPR. Scott Detroit who covers the Biden campaign. Thank you so much Sure thing. President Trump is closing out his campaign for reelection behind in fundraising and the Poles both nationally and in key swing states. Today, he rallies at the village is a huge senior living community in Florida. With little time left before Election Day and more than 50 million people. Having already voted NPR's Tamara Keith looks at Trump's strategy. You don't need a top secret campaign memo to see where Trump is looking to shore up support. Just listen to the president himself. Do we have any seniors in the room? No, I'm not saying you have I'm not a senior. Yes, I am. It is now nonstop rallies and often seems like Trump is just calling out demographic groups He's having trouble with. Can I ask you to do me a favor? Suburban women. Would you please like me? Remember, it's not just a line in his rally speeches. If you want to know a campaign's priorities look where they're spending their time and their money. Here's a telling example on Facebook, the campaign has poured nearly a million dollars in tow. Add since late September, using a page called Women for Trump. That's according to bully Pulpit Interactive, a Democratic ad firm, Benjamin Clark is a partner Seems they're making a last minute plea for women votes. This's Florida, Pennsylvania, Georgia and North Carolina. All kind of must wins for President Trump is spending time and money in other states to Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio and Georgia. Some he barely eked out in 2016. Some he won easily but is having to work harder for this time. Meanwhile, the Biden campaign seems like they're on the air everywhere this week, running local ads in 19 states and spending millions during major sporting events. Trump is only advertising in 11 states and is getting outspent in most of them, according to the tracking firm, Add analytics, Bill Stepien, Trump's campaign manager, told reporters. There's nothing to see here we very much like where we're at. We have more than sufficient air cover what you hear there is a man making the best of a less than desirable situation. The latest campaign finance reports show Biden with more than three times as much cash on hand as Trump. Which helps explain why the Republican National Committee is pitching in with ads in four swing states and Iowa aimed at senior citizens..

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"stepien trump" Discussed on KQED Radio

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06:50 min | Last month

"stepien trump" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News in Washington. It's all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish, and I'm Tanya, mostly in South Pasadena, California there 11 days to go before Election Day. Of course, it's now more like an election season. More than 50 Million Americans have already cast ballots and early voting, according to U. S elections Project, and former Vice President Joe Biden is trying to hold onto a lead in the polls. His campaign is blanketing the airwaves with ads even as Biden isn't hitting the campaign trail as much himself right now. NPR. Scott de TRO covers the Biden campaign and joins us now. Hi Scott. A good afternoon. Is there any sign that? But last night's debate changed the trajectory of this race. So far, Not really. Of course, it takes some time to see things like that show up in the polls, and at this point, it would probably just show up on election Day, not any real poles. But certainly neither candidate had a performance like President Trump did in that first debate, where he turned off a lot of swing voters with his tone and his attacks. And both candidates actually spelled out there major policy differences, especially when it comes to the ongoing Corona virus pandemic and to underscore just how much Joe Biden and his campaign thinks that is really the main issue of the race. Hey, gave a speech today. It was really just again restating his plans to confront the pandemic, which is something he's been talking about. For months. I'll immediately put in place the national strategy position our country to finally get ahead of this virus. And get back our lives. I'll reach out to every governor in every state, red and blue to find out what support they need and how much of it they need. And to recap. Biden wants to take a centralized, aggressive approach to this with the federal government funding and coordinating much more testing more funding for school districts for safety measures. And in dealing with the economic effects of this pandemic, and he wants to try to push to make mask usage Universal and that is, of course, very different than how President Trump has handled this, leaving most decisions up to the states and repeatedly urging the country to open back up. How is Biden approaching campaigning in this final stretch? You know, One interesting thing is that he has gone back to the more restrained approach of campaigning that we saw for most of the summer. He hasn't travelled to a key state since last weekend. He was, of course, focusing on last night's debate in preparing for it. There's that speech in Wilmington today that we just heard And then as of now, the only thing on the schedule is a trip to Pennsylvania tomorrow. Campaigning in person, of course, doesn't tell the whole story. Biden's campaign thinks voters will reward him for not holding risky gatherings and His message is certainly getting out there. He's spending far more money on ads in the final weeks of the race than Trump because he just has much more money to spend. And of course, there are also some high profile surrogates out there for Biden, like former president Barack Obama. And Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who have both been campaigning in Pennsylvania, among other states. Yeah, You know, question, though, does does this low key campaign schedule worry any Democrats. I mean, President Trump is basically crisscrossing the country. You know, it really doesn't bother that many Democrats mother, NPR reporters and I called a ton of Democrats all over the country, and almost everyone we talked to feels confident. Biden has been able T make his point and that voters have heard and responded to it. And on top of that they really think and I think polls to validate this President Trump's rallies hurt him with swing voters more than anything else. They just don't want to see large mask with crowds or hear the types of attacks and grievances that he often goes on at. You mentioned how many people have already voted. But the Trump campaign thought bite and made a major error by by seeming to say toward the end of the debate that he wanted to get rid of fossil fuels Dubai Canal I see this as a mistake. You know about it did clarify the reporters afterwards he was talking about ending subsidies for the oil industry. But if you look at his campaign planet really would phase out oil and gas drilling over the next couple of decades. He wants to totally overhaul the country and get it. Maurizio. You know, wind and solar. The president keeps coming back to this thinking that it's a way to help him win Pennsylvania specifically when it comes to the issue of fracking, but it's worth pointing out. Bragging has slowed down in Pennsylvania over the last few years, and it's a state with a really robust clean energy economy, so this might not be the key issue. The president thinks it is. NPR. Scott Detrol, who covers the Biden campaign. Thank you so much. President Trump is closing out his campaign for reelection behind in fundraising and the Poles both nationally and in key swing states. Today, he rallies at the village is a huge senior living community in Florida. With little time left before Election Day, and more than 50 million people. Having already voted NPR's Tamara Keith looks at Trump's strategy. You don't need a top secret campaign memo to see where Trump is looking to shore up support. Just listen to the president himself. Do we have any seniors in the room? No, I'm not. I'm not a senior. It is now nonstop rallies and often seems like Trump is just calling out demographic groups He's having trouble with. Can I ask you to do me a favor? Suburban women. Would you please like me? It's not just a line in his rallies, speeches. If you want to know a campaign's priorities look where they're spending their time and their money. Here's a telling example on Facebook, the campaign has poured nearly a million dollars in tow. Add since late September, using a page called Women for Trump. That's according to bully Pulpit Interactive, a Democratic ad firm, Benjamin Clark is a partner Seems they're making a last minute plea for women votes. This's Florida, Pennsylvania, Georgia and North Carolina. All kind of must wins for the President. Trump is spending time and money in other states to Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio and Georgia. Some he barely eked out in 2016. Some. He won easily but is having to work harder for this time. Meanwhile, the Biden campaign seems like they're on the air everywhere this week, running local ads in 19 states and spending millions during major sporting events. Trump is only advertising in 11 states and is getting outspent in most of them, according to the tracking firm at Analytics, Bill Stepien, Trump's campaign manager, told reporters. There's nothing to see here we very much like where we're at. We have more than sufficient air cover what you hear there is a man making the best of a less than desirable situation. The latest campaign finance reports show Biden with more than three times as much cash on hand is Trump. Which helps explain why the Republican National Committee is pitching in with ads in four swing states and Iowa aimed at senior citizens..

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"stepien trump" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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05:52 min | Last month

"stepien trump" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Huge senior living community in Florida. With little time left before Election Day, and more than 50 million people. Having already voted NPR's Tamara Keith looks at Trump's strategy. You don't need a top secret campaign memo to see where Trump is looking to shore up support. Just listen to the president himself. Do we have any seniors in the room? No, I'm not a senior Okay. I'm not a senior. Yes, it is. Now. Nonstop rallies, it often seems like Trump is just calling out demographic groups He's having trouble with. Can I ask you to do me a favor? Suburban women. Would you please like me? Remember, it's not just a line in his rally speeches. If you want to know a campaign's priorities look where they're spending their time and their money. Here's a telling example on Facebook, the campaign has poured nearly a million dollars in tow. Add since late September, using a page called Women for Trump. That's according to bully Pulpit Interactive, a Democratic ad firm, Benjamin Clark is a partner Seems they're making a last minute plea for women votes. This's Florida, Pennsylvania, Georgia and North Carolina. All kind of must wins for President Trump is spending time and money in other states to Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio and Georgia. Some he barely eked out in 2016. Some he won easily but is having to work harder for this time. Meanwhile, the Biden campaign seems like they're on the air everywhere this week, running local ads in 19 states and spending millions during major sporting events. Trump is only advertising in 11 states and is getting outspent in most of them, according to the tracking firm at Analytics, Bill Stepien, Trump's campaign manager, told reporters. There's nothing to see here we very much like where we're at. We have more than sufficient air cover what you hear there is a man making the best of a less than desirable situation. The latest campaign finance reports show Biden with more than three times as much cash on hand is Trump. Which helps explain why the Republican National Committee is pitching in with ads in four swing states and Iowa aimed at senior citizens. Protect your Medicare coverage vote for President Trump Stepien says they have a secret weapon. Though more than 2.5 million campaign volunteers who connected with 10 million voters last week alone. We're actually running. A real campaign, you know, campaign with voter campaign with events. We like our plan was still knocking on doors Still make it phone call. We're working the polls if it's pretty intense, A Del Amico is a super volunteer for Trump in Florida, putting in about 40 hours a week at this point I caught her on her cell phone driving between a pole watching shift in going to set up for an Ivanka Trump event with her towns Republican club Today. I called a bunch of members and I should look, we need to put up 1000 shares and you come out and help and they go absolutely. Campaigns are always boasting about their volunteer armies there get out the vote efforts, and it's always impossible to tell if it's really is good as they claim. It's even harder to make comparisons now because of Corona virus. What is clear based on polling and where the candidates are trying to compete is Trump has a narrower path to victory. Or, as the president said in a recent rally, he has to run the table under dramatically different circumstances than he did four years ago. Tamara Keith NPR news Firefighters in Colorado are battling explosive wildfires at a time of year when things are normally quieter as NPR's Lauren summer reports, climate change is extending the fire season across the West. Mike Morgan is using the word unprecedented a lot this year, and that's after a 30 year career in fire. Fighting this year has just been unbelievable. We're just seeing fire girl just like we've never seen before. Morgan is director of the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control, the largest and now second largest fires recorded in state history are still burning. Normally in October. Cool, wet weather is tamping down the fire season. Most of our folks are usually trying to use up their vacation time to go hunting right now, and they're all out fighting fires. When Morgan started his career fires in Colorado's high elevation forest didn't spread much. The warming climate has helped change that. Unfortunately, none of this seems like a surprise. Jonah Pots of glue is a climate scientists at the University of California, Merced said. He says most of the West is in a drought right now, and hotter temperatures make it worse by drying out the vegetation even more. That's really sort of extending the fire season out and allowing fires to burn longer in places they don't typically burn this time of the year. It's sort of testing out what we sort of traditionally have thought of it in terms of fire season. Wildfires are also happening in places where they're not. Not comin like the damp forests of the Pacific Northwest. Erica Fleischman is a professor at Oregon State University. So historically, they've burned roughly every couple of 100 years. It takes really extreme conditions for those for us to burn because they are so wet this year conditions have been extreme. But even in years with a normal amount of precipitation, climate change can still extend the fire season. More rain falls instead of snow, which means a smaller snowpack that melts sooner, providing less run off through the spring and summer. All of that means that the same amount of water is not available to plants or soils for as long so that exacerbates the drought. And all of that is projected. Tio. Unfortunately, continue happening. Climate continues to change. Fleischman says The lesson is that communities need to prepare by clearing, flammable brush, improving houses and preparing evacuation plans. Because wildfires will keep happening at times and.

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"stepien trump" Discussed on KCRW

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05:14 min | Last month

"stepien trump" Discussed on KCRW

"It's not just a line in his rally speeches. If you want to know a campaign's priorities look where they're spending their time and their money. Here's a telling example on Facebook, the campaign has poured nearly a million dollars in tow. Add since late September, using a page called Women for Trump. That's according to Bully Pulpit Interactive, a Democratic ad firm. Benjamin Clark is a partner Seems they're making a last minute plea for women votes. This's Florida, Pennsylvania, Georgia and North Carolina. All kind of must wins for the President. Trump is spending time and money in other states to Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio and Georgia. Some he barely eked out in 2016. Some he won easily but is having to work harder for this time. Meanwhile, the Biden campaign seems like they're on the air everywhere this week, running local ads in 19 states and spending millions during major sporting events. Trump is only advertising in 11 states and is getting outspent in most of them, according to the tracking firm at Analytics, Bill Stepien, Trump's campaign manager, told reporters. There's nothing to see here we very much like where we're at. We have more than sufficient air cover what you hear there is a man making the best of a less than desirable situation. The latest campaign finance reports show Biden with more than three times as much cash on hand is Trump. Which helps explain why the Republican National Committee is pitching in with ads in four swing states and Iowa aimed at senior citizens. Protect your Medicare coverage vote for President Trump Stepien says they have a secret weapon. Though more than 2.5 million campaign volunteers who connected with 10 million voters last week alone. We're actually running. A real campaign, you know, campaign with voter campaign with events. We like our plan was still knocking on doors. Still making phone calls were working the polls if it's pretty intense, A Del Amico is a super volunteer for Trump in Florida, putting in about 40 hours a week at this point I caught her on her cell phone driving between a pole watching shift in going to set up for an Ivanka Trump event with her towns Republican club Today. I called a bunch of members and I should look, we need to put up 1000 shares and you come out now and they go absolutely. Campaigns are always boasting about their volunteer armies there get out the vote efforts, and it's always impossible to tell if it's really is good as they claim. It's even harder to make comparisons now because of Corona virus. What is clear based on polling and where the candidates are trying to compete is Trump has a narrower path to victory? Or, as the president said in a recent rally, he has to run the table under dramatically different circumstances than he did four years ago. Tamara Keith NPR news Firefighters in Colorado are battling explosive wildfires at a time of year when things are normally quieter as NPR's Lauren summer reports, climate change is extending the fire season across the West. Mike Morgan is using the word unprecedented Ah lot this year, and that's after a 30 year career in fire. Fighting this year has just been unbelievable. We're just seeing fire girl just like we've never seen before. Morgan is director of the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control. The largest and now, second largest fires recorded in state history are still burning Normally in October. Cool, wet weather is tamping down the fire season. Most of our folks are usually trying to use up their vacation time to go hunting right now, and they're all out fighting fires. When Morgan started his career fires in Colorado's high elevation forest didn't spread much. The warming climate has helped change that. Unfortunately, none of this seems like a surprise. Jonah Pots of glue is a climate scientists at the University of California, Merced said. He says most of the West is in a drought right now, and hotter temperatures make it worse by drying out the vegetation even more. That's really sort of extending the fire season out and allowing fires to burn longer in places they don't typically burn this time of the year. It's sort of testing out what we sort of traditionally have thought of it in terms of fire season. Wildfires are also happening in places where there Not comin like the damp forests of the Pacific Northwest. Erica Fleischman is a professor at Oregon State University. So historically, they firmed roughly every couple of 100 years. It takes really extreme conditions for those for us to burn because they are so wet this year conditions have been extreme. But even in years with a normal amount of precipitation, climate change can still extend the fire season. More rain falls instead of snow, which means a smaller snowpack that melts sooner, providing less run off through the spring and summer. All of that means that the same amount of water is not available to plants or soils for as long so that exacerbates the drought. And all of that is projected. Tio. Unfortunately, continue happening. Climate continues to change. Fleischman says The lesson is that communities need to prepare by clearing, flammable brush, improving houses and preparing evacuation plans. Because wildfires will keep happening at times and in places.

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04:13 min | Last month

"stepien trump" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The Supreme Court could have been for being here. The Supreme Court could have done something here. Kate well in April. The high Court intervene in similar Wisconsin case, Judge Conley hadn't just extended by a week after Election Day. The deadline for mail in ballots to be received by state election officials have ordered that votes be counted even if they were mailed after Election Day and the Supreme Court State Conley's order. All for liberal block justice, including now deceased. RBG dissented from the unsigned opinion by a five justice majority. Majority concluded that's permit people to keep voting after election Day gravely affect the integrity of the election process. But the opinion took pains to emphasize it was forbidding the counting of post election mail in ballots because Conley had ordered it unilaterally. I either had been no request for that relief, which suggested if a party it ask for it, the court might have approved post Election day voting, which is insane. So now the court isn't essentially saying that They're going to put off decisions on whether or not to count ballots until after Election Day itself. So here's how this is gonna go. Let's say that it does come down to what we're talking about. It comes down to Pennsylvania. It comes down to states that have extended their voting deadlines after Election Day. Which is crazy, by the way, and now you have 1/9 justice on the Supreme Court. Amy Barrett is going to be confirmed this week or early next. And now Democrats proclaim that a five seat majority on the Supreme Court with Amy Cockney Barrett in the majority is illegitimate because Amy Cockney Barrett was ram through. The possibilities here are devastating. And if you're talking about the legitimacy of the Supreme Court, if that's John Roberts is chief concern, I cannot think of anything more calibrated to undermine that legitimacy than what the Supreme Court is doing right here. OK. Meanwhile, the debate is happening. Final debate between Trump and Biden is happening, and it's happening on Thursday night. Well now new rules have been set, according to The New York Times, President Trump and Joseph Biden will be muted during the portions of Thursday's final presidential debate, an effort by the organizer's to avoid the unruly spectacle that played out at the candidates first meeting in Cleveland. Last month. Now here's the thing. I don't think that you should meet the mikes. I actually don't think you should get the mix. The reason is, if you're a Democrat, I'm confused. Why you'd want to meet the mikes. If you look at the polls. What you see is that Trump's performance in the last debate killed them was terrible for him. He started dumping in the polls immediately after that before he even got cold. My polling data. So why exactly would you want me to Mike's? Okay, so find them using the mikes. As in the first debate, each candidate will be a lot of two minutes of speaking time to initially answer the moderators. Questions under plan announced on Monday. The opponent's Mike will be turned off during that period, an attempt to insure an uninterrupted response. Trump said he wasn't happy about it. Trump said all participate. I just think it's very unfair participate, but it's very unfair. They changed. The topic is very unfair that again. We have an anchor who's totally biased. Commission acknowledged both campaigns might be dissatisfied with the new rules. One might think they go too far. One might think they don't go far enough. Thursday. Debate is the final meeting of the of the candidates that were supposed to be three debates. The second one got cancelled because the debate commission unilaterally suggested that Trump's covert for mating even though there was no medical information that suggested that this was the case. Meanwhile, Bill Stepien, Trump's campaign manager, He claims to be nonpartisan Commission He called the D Biden Debate Commission. Had promised that the national debate would be about foreign policy and ask her to discard the six subjects announced last week by the moderator, Kristen Welker. Those topics are fighting Cove it American families race in America, climate change national security and leadership. You can see why the The Trump administration would like to talk about foreign policy, which is a big bright spot for them, as opposed to more conversation about racism and is from is trump a white supremacist in all this garbage again again. So Biden's people are, of course, very happy with the rule changes once again will be Trump versus the moderator for sure. More than a second. But first, let's talk about the air but that you are using Are they really good? Are they nice? Because the air was you're using? Probably they were either way too expensive, but they're not very nice. 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"stepien trump" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

05:57 min | Last month

"stepien trump" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Clause theorizing that since the virus does not affect people, the same way provision legislature makes to deal with it somehow render elections unfair and unequal. So. What does this actually do? What is the court ruling do the court effectively ruled that you can vote after Election Day The Pennsylvania Court election officials to presume that any ballot received by its extended deadline. Now, November sixth must be counted even if it lacks postmark proof, it was mailed on or before November third. So you could see an election in which the entire thing comes down to Pennsylvania. In fact, this is quite easy to see 'cause Pennsylvania's battleground state. Right you could see an election in which trump replicates all the states that he won except for Michigan and Wisconsin, and now he needs to win Pennsylvania and Joe Biden needs to in Pennsylvania and the entire election rests on Pennsylvania. And it's November third and we don't know the results right November third happens and it's a very tight election in Pennsylvania again right now that election is within three to four points right it's close to margin of error. And you now have a Pennsylvania law that says that if not the day after the election in November four, th now everybody looks at the. They recognize it comes down to Pennsylvania and everybody rushes through their mailbox and sends in their ballot people who didn't vote they rushed to their mailbox and now they send in their ballot. According to Pennsylvania. State Supreme Court. Those will be counted if received by November six whether or not they are postmarked late. Even. If it lacks postmark proof, it was mailed on or before. November. Third. As Anti McCarthy said Ineffective Green Lights voting after election day even as the national media is reporting the results of a contest that is supposed to be over. For those reasons, the states, Republican Party asked the Supreme Court to stay the court's ruling the extent permits voting after election day. Supreme. Court adheres to a so-called cell principle arising out of its two thousand, six ruling and Priscila versus Gonzales the courts must not changed the rules for an election late in the game. Priscilla's now being flouted not just in Pennsylvania. In Wisconsin Judge William Conley. Obama appointee on the Federal District Court presumed rewrite a number of state law election-related deadlines including extending the deadline for counting absentee ballots until November. Ninth in his wisdom Judge Conley Caveat of the ballots should only be counted if they are mailed in by election day November third which sounds in theory but there's going to be a lot of dispute about win ballots were mailed. Right? You'RE GONNA say I dropped it off at the post office had dropped it in the mailbox. November. Thirty wasn't postmarked until November fourth. So did I mail it on time? So the Supreme Court could intervene here the Supreme Court could have done something here. Hey while in April. The High Court intervened similar. Wisconsin case judge calmly hadn't just extended by a week after election day the deadline for mail in ballots to be received by state election officials ordered that votes be counted even if they were mailed after election day and the Supreme Court Stayed Conley's order all four liberal bloc justice including now deceased RPG dissented from the unsigned opinion by five justice majority. Majority concluded its permit people to keep voting after election day with gravely affect the integrity of the election process. But the opinion took pains emphasize it was forbidding the counting of postal extra mail in ballots because county ordered it unilaterally. I either had been no request for that relief which suggestive apart ask for it. The court might have approved post-election day voting, which is insane. So now the court is essentially saying that they're going to put off decisions whether or not to count ballots until after election day itself. So here's how this is going to go. Let's say that it does come down to what we're talking about. It comes down to Pennsylvania. It comes down to states that have extended their voting deadlines after Election Day. which is crazy by the way, and now you have justice on the Supreme Court Amy Conybeare who's going to be confirmed this week or early next. And now Democrats proclaimed that he five seat majority on the supreme. Court with Connie Barrett in the majority's illegitimate because Amy Conybeare, it was rammed through. mean the possibilities here art devastating and if you're talking about the legitimacy of the Supreme Court, if that's John Roberts is chief concern, I cannot think of anything more calibrated to undermine that legitimacy than what the Supreme Court is doing right here. Okay meanwhile, the debate is happening final debate between trump and Biden is happening and happening on Thursday night well now, new rules have been set according to the New York Times, president trump end Joseph Biden will be muted during the portions of Thursday's final presidential debate an effort by the organizers to avoid the unruly spectacle that played out at the candidates first meeting in Cleveland last month now, here's the thing I. Don't think these should meet the Mike's. Actually, don't think you should meet the Mike's the reason is if you're a Democrat I'm confused why you'd want to meet the mics. If you look at the polls, what you see is that trump's performance in the last debate Kim whose terrible for him he started dumping in the polls immediately after that before he even got Kelvin. By polling data. So why exactly what you want him to? Mike Okay. So find the meeting Mike's. As. In the first debate, each candidate, we'll be a lot of two minutes of speaking time to initially answer the moderator's questions under plan announced on Monday the opponents Mike will be turned off during that period in attempts to ensure an uninterrupted response from said, he wasn't happy about it trump had all participate i. just think it's very unfair participate but is very unfair. They changed the topics. It's very unfair that again we have an anchor who's totally biased. Commission acknowledged both campaigns might be the satisfied with the new rules. One might think they go too far. One might think they don't go far enough. The Thursday debate is the final meeting of the of the candidates that are supposed to be three debates. The second one got cancelled because the debate commission unilaterally suggested that trump's cova for Beta even there was no medical information that suggested that this was the case. Meanwhile Bill Stepien Trump's campaign manager. He claimed that the nonpartisan commission, he called Dividing Debate Commission. Had promised that the national debate would be about foreign policy and ask for it to discard the subjects announced last week by the moderator Kristen Welker. Those topics are fighting cove American families race in America Climate Change? National. Security and leadership. You can see why the the trump administration would like to talk about foreign policy, which is a big bright spot for them as opposed to more conversation about racism is I is trump white supremacist and garbage again again. A So. Biden's people are, of course, very happy with the rule changes once again will be trump versus the moderator for sure..

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"stepien trump" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:13 min | 4 months ago

"stepien trump" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Thirteen ten Kfi K.. Well looks like the GOP won't be coming together in Jacksonville this as president trump announced yesterday. That he is. Cancelling the Republican National Convention events that were scheduled to take place a next month in Jacksonville Florida. Citing the rising number of covert nineteen cases in the states six, fifty, seven, now thirteen ten K of K, a thirteen ten Kfi K.. A., DOT COM northern Colorado's voice morning, so gail, live and local via the auto collision Specialists Studios. He went on to say the president did the timing for this event is not right. It's Joust, not really. Making the announcement during a press briefing at the White House yesterday to have a big convention. It's just not the right time adding there is nothing more important. In our country than keeping our people safe you had Republican. Committee chair Ronna mcdaniels. Supported the president's announcement calling it very difficult. Decision Bill. Stepien trump's reelection campaign manager said in a statement leading by example president trump has put the health and safety of the American people first with his decision on the Jacksonville Convention. And the Republican Party of Florida tweeted that trump made a selfless a selfless decision. By cancelling the Florida component of the GOP convention now the RNC he just last month chose Jacksonville to host major portions of the convention this after well largely abandoning the city of Charlotte North Carolina over disagreements on corona virus related crowd restriction. The president said and Republican officials were angered this after governor. Roy Cooper of North Carolina Democrat, said that because of the pandemic he wasn't prepared to guarantee the RNC of full fledged convention with an arena, packed full of party, officials, delegates and activists as desired by trump while the Jacksonville portion of the convention been canceled. Trump said the delegates will still meet in north. Carolina, and that he will give an address a when he accepts. The party nomination. Meanwhile, the Democrats have also dramatically downscaled their convention as well. The DNC which was are the democratic. National Convention was pushed back a month and scheduled to start on August, seventeenth still being held in Milwaukee. Thirteen ten K. F. K.. A. Loveland Greeley for Collins Longmont. It's seven o'clock thirteen ten. Kfi Am preps. Radio is northern Colorado's home for the best high school coverage..

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"stepien trump" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"stepien trump" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The Trump Administration is ordering hospitals to bypass the Centers for Disease Control and instead send all covert 19 patient information to a central database in Washington, D. C. CDC director Dr Robert Redfield said the agency has agreed to remove the National Healthcare Safety Network from the collection process in order to streamline reporting information, such as the number of intensive care unit beds and personal protective equipment available will now be reported to Pittsburgh based tell it, tracking technologies from public health leaders fear that switch will further sideline the CDC barbecue. Second Washington Trump is replacing campaign manager Brad Pascal, with veteran GOP are Stepien Trump in Pascal's relationship has been strained since a Tulsa, Oklahoma, ran into a small, dismal crowd, which disappointed the president. Lawyers for President. Trump told a federal judge that continue to challenge the Manhattan district attorney's efforts to see the president's financial record when the Supreme Court ruled that the Manhattan district attorney could still pursue President Trump's financial records through a subpoena issued to his accounting firm. The justices said there were other arguments. The president's lawyers could make to oppose that subpoena. Now, Mr Trump's attorneys, and they argue that the grand jury subpoena was too broad and that D a Cy Vance, who is a Democrat, brought this subpoena to harass the president. The district attorney is seeking eight years of tax records. A hearing has been scheduled for Thursday. Steve Kastenbaum, New York's infectious disease expert, Anthony found she called the White House ever to discredit him. Quote bizarre Coach. He urged an end to the defensiveness over the country's response to.

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"stepien trump" Discussed on AP News

AP News

06:22 min | 4 months ago

"stepien trump" Discussed on AP News

"News I met Donna number of Corona virus cases set a record today in Texas more than 10,000 number was similar in Florida. Dr. Nicholas Know Maya's Is that Jackson health system in Miami. We're getting to the point where it's going to be full. We have gridlock. And we won't be able to take patients and they'll just be stacking in the in Alabama. The message from Governor Kay Ivey is it simply the right thing to do is to wear a mask. Ivy says Hospitals in Alabama are being overwhelmed by Corona virus patients spokes The numbers Just do not lie. President Trump held a rally last month in Tulsa. Oklahoma City will be here today. The governor of Oklahoma, Kevin Stitt, said he tested positive for the Corona virus. It's not clear how he got it. The governor won't order the wearing of masks. You just open up a big can of worms. This is a This is a personal responsibility. This is something that I'm we're gonna be transparent and I continue to tell Oklahoma you will have to wear a mask. Starting Monday at Wal Mart and Sam's Club stores. Louisiana's attorney general issued a legal opinion, saying the governor statewide mask mandate and bar restrictions to combat the Corona virus. Appear to violate the state's constitution. Stocks finished higher on Wall Street, The Dow gained 227 points. President Trump is in Atlanta announcing he's rolling back a foundational Nixon era environmental law that he says stifles major infrastructure projects. This is a truly historic breakthrough, which means better roads, bridges, tunnels and highways. Wherever UPS driver and every citizen all across our land. He was at a ups facility. Environmentalists say the law served for decades as a safeguard for low income and minority communities. The Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been released from a Baltimore hospital after being treated for a possible infection. This is AP News. The Corona virus has not stopped Europe's efforts to build electric cars. This point a deeply painful recession. The EU is moving the electric hybrid car market ahead swiftly as part of the blocks. Efforts against climate change. Under regulated pressure comic was a rolling out a wide range of new models so they could meet tougher limits on greenhouse gases. Come into full force next year on buyers are attracted by large government incentives. Under the German government's latest stimulus package, for example, some electric cars could be picked up with nearly 1/4 of the price covered by the scheme. I'm Charles de la Decima. Viacom. CBS is cutting ties with Nick Cannon as the host of a comedy improv, Siri's wild and Out in a podcast. Viacom says Kanan had some anti Semitic theories and hateful speech. Nick Cannon is also host of Fox is the mask to singer. He says. Black people are the true Hebrews and Jews have usurped their identity. Ed Donahue, AP News Making The Stallion writes on Instagram, she was the victim of a crime committed with the intent to physically harm her on Sunday. She does not give details of who or why, she says police drove her to a hospital where she had surgery to remove the bullets. Megan says she's grateful to be alive and she's expected to make a full recovery. Los Angeles Police have no comment on the incident, but Officer Jeff Lee confirms that repertory lanes was arrested on a concealed weapons charge. Lance was with Megan at the time of the incident. Jail record show lanes has been released after posting bail. I'm Margie Szaroleta AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. The Trump campaign shakeup but first, the latest on the virus pandemic in California, A nearly record high 11,000 new infections have been reported in one day. The January Rose parade is being canceled Similar numbers in Texas and in Florida, where Governor Romney Santa says he won't force parents to send their Children back to school early June. There were probably been overwhelming, say go back because You know, we had low positivity low cases and and things were were stable. Now, If you've seen this, I think there's naturally concerned about what does this mean for schools? What does it mean for safety? The opposite. In South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster says schools must be open five days a week so parents can get backto work. The Republican governor of Alabama is now requiring face masks. We're almost to the point. The hospital. I see youse overwhelmed, and Walmarts announced that all of its stores, including Sam's clubs will require face masks. The Sunbelt states have been seeing spikes. But now Pennsylvania's governor is reporting nearly 1000 new cases. He's ordered nightclub's closed. Renowned infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, speaking to the Atlantic magazine says. I'm looking at the map, saying We've got to make sure it doesn't happen. Another states. So rather than these games, people playing, let's focus on that. In other news, President Trump's ousted his campaign manager, Brad Parse Cal, replacing him with Bill Stepien Trump today announced the rollback in environmental rules that delay construction projects. The family of George Floyd file suit against the city of Minneapolis for his death in May, and an anti police protest in New York City leave several officers injured Stacks gained today with the Dow up 227. This is AP News. For the first time A U. S governors announcing He's got Cove in 19 days before Oklahoma hosted President Trump's first rally of the virus era last month. It's gonna be safe. We're really, really excited. Kevin Stitt was at the rally and event health experts they likely contributed to a virus surge in Oklahoma. Now spit himself has just kind of feels like a Maybe a start of a little cold is what it feels like right now, but really our fuel. Feel fine State rarely wears a mask and has been resisting any statewide mask mandate. You just open up a big can of worms. Soccer Megane Washington Democratic attorneys general in more than 20 states have sued Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. They're hoping to repeal her overhaul of a student loan forgiveness program. Congress even voted to strike it down. But President Trump saved the policy with a.

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"stepien trump" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:28 min | 4 months ago

"stepien trump" Discussed on AP News

"To the point where it's going to be full. We have gridlock and we won't be able to take patients and they'll just be staff working in the E R. It's not just the Sunbelt, Pennsylvania's governor ordering nightclub's closed after an alarming escalation in new cases just shy of 1000. While some governors are requiring masks, George's Ryan camp is overriding local authorities who mandated face coverings. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, a trump campaign shakeup but first, the latest on the virus pandemic in California, a nearly record high 11,000 new infections have been reported in one day. The January Rose parade is being canceled. Similar numbers in Texas and in Florida, where governor run to Santa says he won't force parents to send their Children back to school early June would probably have been overwhelming. They go back because No, we had low positivity, low cases and and things were were stable. Now, If you've seen this, I think there's naturally concerned about what does this mean for schools? What does it mean for safety? The opposite. In South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster says schools must be open five days a week so parents can get backto work. The Republican governor of Alabama is now requiring face masks. We're almost to the point. The hospital. I see youse overwhelmed, and Walmarts announced that all of its stores, including Sam's clubs will require face masks. The Sunbelt states have been seeing spikes. But now Pennsylvania's governor is reporting nearly 1000 new cases. He's ordered nightclub's closed. Renowned infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, speaking to the Atlantic magazine says. I'm looking at the map, saying We've got to make sure it doesn't happen. Another states. So rather than these games, people playing, let's focus on that. In other news, President Trump's ousted his campaign manager, Brad PAR Scow replacing him with Bill Stepien Trump today announced the rollback in environmental rules that delay construction projects. The family of George Floyd file suit against the city of Minneapolis for his death in May, and an anti police protest in New York City leave several officers injured Stacks gain today with the Dow up 227. This is AP News. For the first time A U. S governors announcing He's got Cove in 19 days before Oklahoma hosted President Trump's first rally of the virus era last month. It's gonna be safe. We're really, really excited. Kevin Skit was at the rally and event health experts they likely contributed to a virus surge in Oklahoma. Now Stitch himself has just kind of feels like a Maybe a start of a little cold is what it feels like right now, but really our fuel Well, fine state rarely wears a mask and has been resisting any statewide mask mandate. You just open up a big can of worms. Sander Megane. Washington Democratic attorneys general in more than 20 states have sued Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. They're hoping to repeal her overhaul of a student loan forgiveness program. Congress even voted to strike it down. But President Trump saved the policy with the Vito. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that.

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"stepien trump" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:17 min | 4 months ago

"stepien trump" Discussed on AP News

"Virus Update. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP News Minute. The wearing A face mask is about to become mandatory at Wal Mart and Sam's Club stores. And in the state of Alabama, where Governor Kay Ivey says virus cases are spiking. We're almost to the point. The hospital. I see youse overwhelmed. Earlier this week, 87% Oh, but I C u bed statewide will occupy between floor of the Texas and Arizona 25,000 new cases were reported in one day, Dr Nickname a Asses at Miami's Jackson Health's Emergency department. We're getting to the point where it's going to be full. We have gridlock. And we won't be able to take patients and they'll just be staff working in the you might have to wait an extra day for your mail. As part of Corona virus cutbacks, the Postal Service is eliminating overtime. And late trips to make mail deliveries. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, a trump campaign shakeup but first, the latest on the virus pandemic. In California. A nearly record high 11,000 new infections have been reported in one day. The January Rose parade is being canceled Similar numbers in Texas and in Florida, where Governor Romney Santa says he won't force parents to send their Children back to school early June, there would probably have been overwhelming. They go back because You know, we had low positivity low cases and and things were were stable. Now, If you've seen this, I think there's naturally concerned about what does this mean for schools? What does it mean for safety? The opposite. In South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster says schools must be open five days a week so parents can get backto work. The Republican governor of Alabama is now requiring face masks. We're almost to the point. The hospital. I see youse overwhelmed, and Walmarts announced that all of its stores, including Sam's clubs will require face masks. The Sunbelt states have been seeing spikes. But now Pennsylvania's governor is reporting nearly 1000 new cases. He's ordered nightclub's closed. Renowned infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, speaking to the Atlantic magazine says. I'm looking at the map, saying We've got to make sure it doesn't happen. Another states. So rather than these games, people playing, let's focus on that. In other news, President Trump's ousted his campaign manager, Brad PAR Scow replacing him with Bill Stepien Trump today announced the rollback in environmental rules that delay construction projects. The family of George Floyd file suit against the city of Minneapolis for his death in May, and an anti police protest in New York City leave several officers injured Stacks gain today with the Dow up 227. This is AP News For the first time A U. S governors announcing He's got Cove in 19 days before Oklahoma hosted President Trump's first rally of the virus era last month. It's gonna be safe. We're really, really excited. Kevin Stitt was at the rally and event health experts they likely contributed to a virus surge in Oklahoma. Now Stitch himself has just kind of feels like a Maybe a start of a little cold is what it feels like right now, but really, I feel Well, fine state rarely wears a mask and has been resisting any statewide mask mandate. You just open up a big can of worms. Sander Megane. Washington Democratic attorneys general in more than 20 states have sued Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. They're hoping to repeal her overhaul of a student loan forgiveness program. Congress even voted to strike it down. But President Trump saved the policy with a veto. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Body Camera footage has been made public from to Minneapolis police officers involved in the arrest of George Floyd in the minutes before his death. Floyd pleads with the officers saying, I'm not a bad guy and onlooker told him you can't win, Floyd responded. I don't want to win a few minutes later, his voice fading, Floyd occasionally says, I can't breathe. Before he goes. Still, George Boyd's family is suing the city of Minneapolis. It was any of the entire Minneapolis police Department. On the neck of George floor that killed him. Attorney Benjamin Crump says the city allowed a culture of excessive force, racism and impunity to flourish in the police force. I met Donahue in the minutes before his death, Floyd pleads with the officers saying, I'm not a bad guy and onlooker told him you can't win. Floyd responded. I don't want to win. A few minutes later, his voice fading. Floyd occasionally says, I can't breathe before he goes. Still, George Boyd's family is suing the city of Minneapolis. It was any of the entire Minneapolis Police Department on the neck off George floor that killed him. Attorney Benjamin Crump says the city allowed a culture of excessive force, racism and impunity to flourish in the police force. I met Donahue Thank you.

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"stepien trump" Discussed on AP News

AP News

06:51 min | 4 months ago

"stepien trump" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Jackie Quinn Trump campaign shakeup but first, the latest on the virus pandemic in California, a nearly record high 11,000 new infections have been reported in one day. The January Rose parade is being canceled similar numbers in Texas and in Florida. Where Governor Romney, Santa says he won't force parents to send their Children back to school early June, there would probably have been overwhelming. They go back because you know, we had low positivity low cases, and things were were stable. Now, if you've seen this, I think there's naturally concerned about what does this mean for schools? What does it mean for safety? The opposite. In South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster says schools must be open. Five days a week so parents can get backto work. The Republican governor of Alabama is now requiring face masks. We're almost to the point. The hospital. I see youse overwhelmed, and Walmarts announced that all of its stores, including Sam's clubs will require face masks. The Sunbelt states have been seeing spikes. But now Pennsylvania's governor is reporting nearly 1000 new cases. He's ordered nightclub's closed. Renowned infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, speaking to the Atlantic magazine says. I'm looking at the map, saying We've got to make sure it doesn't happen. Another states. So rather than these games, people playing, let's focus on that. In other news, President Trump's ousted his campaign manager Brad Part scow replacing him with Bill Stepien Trump today announced the rollback in environmental rules that delay construction projects. The family of George Floyd file suit against the city of Minneapolis for his death in May, and an anti police protest in New York City leave several officers injured Stacks gained today with the Dow up 227. This is AP News. For the first time A U. S governors announcing He's got Cove in 19 days before Oklahoma hosted President Trump's first rally of the virus era last month. It's gonna be safe. We're really, really excited. Kevin Stitt was at the rally and event health experts they likely contributed to a virus surge in Oklahoma. Now Stitch himself has just kind of feels like a Maybe a start of a little cold is what it feels like right now, but really our fuel Feel fine State rarely wears a mask and has been resisting any statewide mask mandate. You just open up a big can of worms. Soccer Megane Washington Democratic attorneys general in more than 20 states have sued Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. They're hoping to repeal her overhaul of a student loan forgiveness program. Congress even voted to strike it down. But President Trump saved the policy with the Vito. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News CORONA VIRUS Update. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP News MINUTE Pennsylvania's now reporting an alarming increase in Corona virus cases. 994 new cases. Today The governor announces that he's shutting nightclubs down in limiting restaurants to 25% capacity. California reports 11,000 new cases Yesterday 10,000 in Texas 10,000 in Florida in Miami emergency physician Dr Nicholas Newman. Reyes says. They're running out of beds for getting to the point where it's going to be full. We have gridlock and we won't be able to take patients and they'll just be staff working in the Walmarts, announcing that face masks will be required in all of its stores and Sam's Club starting Monday, Alabama's requiring masks. But in Oklahoma, where Governor Kevin Stitt announced he's cove it positive, you just open up a big can of worms. This is a This is a personal responsibility. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. There's a sharp spike in Corona virus cases in California 11,000 new infections in one day and 140 patients have died in Los Angeles County Doctor Barbara for rare reports nearly 3000 new cases there. She says social distancing is needed to push the numbers back down and free up hospital space. We all missed summer barbecues, pool parties and other fun and normal things we would be doing on a hot Summer's Day in July. It still isn't safe or smart to return to seeing friends and family. The numbers continue to rise in other hot spots. Arizona, Florida and Texas alone are reporting about 25,000 new confirmed cases there on the rise in Alabama to we're almost to the point. A A AH hospital. I'll see youse overwhelmed and Governor Kay Ivey will start requiring facemasks indoors starting tomorrow in Oklahoma. Kevin State does not want to require masks. You just open up a big can of worms. He today became the first governor to say he's tested positive for the virus. Soccer Megane Washington Infectious disease expert Dr Anthony found, two has been targeted by some in the Trump administration says he hopes the politics get put aside. Because the nations in trouble with this virus, we've got almost reset this and say, OK, let's stop this nonsense and figure out how can we get our control over this now? New Body Cam Video was released today in the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. He told officers he wasn't a bad guy. And later sounded panicked and afraid. The family announced a lawsuit against the city today. Unidentified hackers of hijack some high profile Twitter accounts including those of Barack Obama, Joe Biden and Bill Gates, the stock market gain today. The Dow up to 27. This is AP News Wrapper. Megan. The Stallion says she's recovering from gunshot wounds. After an incident in Los Angeles making the Stallion writes on Instagram. She was the victim of a crime committed with the intent to physically harm her on Sunday, she does not give details of who or why, she says police drove her to a hospital where she had surgery to remove the bullets. Megan says she's grateful to be alive and she's expected to make a full recovery. Los Angeles Police have no comment on the incident, but Officer Jeff Lee confirms that repertory lanes was arrested on a concealed weapons charge. Lance was with Megan at the time of the incident. Jail record show lanes has been released after posting bail. I'm Margie Szaroleta. There was a class between protesters and police on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York today. Several officers were injured. Three dozen people arrested Video shows a man swinging a cane striking officers in the head. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Thank.

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"stepien trump" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:57 min | 4 months ago

"stepien trump" Discussed on AP News

"US. Organizers have cancelled the tournament of Roses Parade in California because of the impact of the Corona virus pandemic on long term planning for the New Year's tradition, I made Donahue some states are taking more precautions as virus cases rise across the country. Arizona, Florida and Texas alone are reporting about 25,000 new confirmed cases there on the rise in Alabama to we're almost to the point. The hospital. I see youse overwhelmed and Governor Kay Ivey will start requiring facemasks indoors. Starting tomorrow. Florida is not mandating masks. But for the first time Governor Rod to sand this war won today while speaking publicly In Oklahoma. Kevin State does not want to require masks. You just open up a big can of worms. This is a This is a personal responsibility. He rarely wears one and today became the first governor to say he's tested positive for the virus. Soccer Megane Washington AP News I'm Jackie Quinn Trump campaign shakeup but first, the latest on the virus pandemic. In California. A nearly record high 11,000 new infections have been reported in one day. The January Rose parade is being canceled Similar numbers in Texas and in Florida, where Governor Romney Santa says he won't force parents to send their Children back to school early June. That would probably have been overwhelming. They go back because You know, we had low positivity low cases and and things were were stable. Now, If you've seen this, I think there's naturally concerned about what does this mean for schools? What does it mean for safety? The opposite. In South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster says schools must be open five days a week so parents can get backto work. The Republican governor of Alabama is now requiring face masks. We're almost to the point. The hospital. I see youse overwhelmed, and Walmarts announced that all of its stores, including Sam's clubs will require face masks. The Sunbelt states have been seeing spikes. But now Pennsylvania's governor is reporting nearly 1000 new cases. He's ordered Nightclub's closed. Renowned infectious disease expert. Dr Anthony Fauci, speaking to the Atlantic magazine says, I'm looking at the map. Saying, We got to make sure it doesn't happen in other states, So rather than these games people are playing. Let's focus on that. In other news, President Trump's ousted his campaign manager, Brad PAR scowl replacing him with Bill Stepien Trump today announced a rollback an environmental rules that delay construction projects. The family of George Floyd file suit against the city of Minneapolis for his death in May, and an anti police protest in New York City leave several officers injured Stacks gain today with the Dow up 227. This is AP News. For the first time A U. S governors announcing He's got Cove in 19 days before Oklahoma hosted President Trump's first rally of the virus era last month. It's gonna be safe. We're really, really excited. Kevin Stitt was at the rally and event health experts they likely contributed to a virus surge in Oklahoma. Now Stitch himself has just kind of feels like a Maybe a start of a little cold is what it feels like right now, but really our fuel Feel fine State rarely wears a mask and has been resisting any statewide mask mandate. You just open up a big can of worms. Soccer Megane Washington Democratic attorneys general in more than 20 states have sued Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. They're hoping to repeal her overhaul of a student loan forgiveness program. Congress even voted to strike it down. But President Trump saved the policy with the Vito. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Thank.

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"stepien trump" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:24 min | 4 months ago

"stepien trump" Discussed on AP News

"And late trips to make mail deliveries. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, a trump campaign shakeup but first, the latest on the virus pandemic. In California. A nearly record high 11,000 new infections have been reported in one day. The January Rose parade is being canceled Similar numbers in Texas and in Florida, where Governor Romney Santa says he won't force parents to send their Children back to school early June, there would probably have been overwhelming. They go back because No, we had low positivity low cases, and things were were stable. Now, If you've seen this, I think there's naturally concerned about what does this mean for schools? What does it mean for safety? The opposite. In South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster says schools must be open five days a week so parents can get back to work. The Republican governor of Alabama is now requiring face masks. We're almost to the point. The hospital. I see youse overwhelmed, and Walmarts announced that all of its stores, including Sam's clubs will require face masks. The Sunbelt states have been seeing spikes. But now Pennsylvania's governor is reporting nearly 1000 new cases. He's ordered nightclub's closed. Renowned infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, speaking to the Atlantic magazine says. I'm looking at the map, saying We've got to make sure it doesn't happen. Another states. So rather than these games, people playing, let's focus on that. In other news, President Trump's ousted his campaign manager, Brad PAR Scow replacing him with Bill Stepien Trump today announced the rollback in environmental rules that delay construction projects. The family of George Floyd file suit against the city of Minneapolis for his death in May, and an anti police protest in New York City leave several officers injured Stacks gained today with the Dow up 227. This is AP News. For the first time A U. S governors announcing He's got Cove in 19 days before Oklahoma hosted President Trump's first rally of the virus era last month. It's gonna be safe. We're really, really excited. Kevin Stitt was at the rally and event health experts they likely contributed to a virus surge in Oklahoma. Now spit himself has just kind of feels like a Maybe a start of a little cold is what it feels like right now, but really, I feel Well, fine State rarely wears a mask and has been resisting any statewide mask mandate. You just open up a big can of worms. Soccer Megane. Washington Democratic attorneys general in more than 20 states have sued Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. They're hoping to repeal her overhaul of a student loan forgiveness program. Congress even voted to strike it down. But President Trump saved the policy with the Vito. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Body Camera footage has been made public from to Minneapolis police officers involved in the arrest of George Floyd in the minutes before his death. Floyd pleads with the officers saying, I'm not a bad guy and onlooker told him you can't win, Floyd responded. I don't want to win a few minutes later, his voice fading, Floyd occasionally says, I can't breathe. Before he goes. Still, George Boyd's family is suing the city of Minneapolis. It was any of the entire Minneapolis police Department. On the neck of judge floor that killed him. Attorney Benjamin Crump says the city allowed a culture of excessive force, racism and impunity to flourish in the police force. I met Donahue in the minutes before his death, Floyd pleads with the officers saying, I'm not a bad guy and onlooker told him you can't win. Floyd responded. I don't want to win. A few minutes later, his voice fading. Floyd occasionally says, I can't breathe before he goes. Still, George Boyd's family is suing the city of Minneapolis. It was any of the entire Minneapolis Police Department on the neck off George floor that killed him. Attorney Benjamin Crump says the city allowed a culture of excessive force, racism and impunity to flourish in the police force. I met Donahue Thank you.

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"stepien trump" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:34 min | 4 months ago

"stepien trump" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"63 degrees in Boston at nine o'clock. Good evening. I'm done. Here's what's happening. President Trump shakes up his campaign amid sinking poll numbers replacing campaign manager Brad par scale with GOP veteran Bill Stepien Trump in par Scales relationship had been strained since Tulsa rally that drew a dismal crowd that infuriated the president. Park scale, ran Trump's digital advertising back in 2016 and was credited with helping bring about his win step. Ian has been in politics for years working for former New Jersey governor Chris Christie. Serving as the president's national field director in 2016 again, the president shakes up his campaign, replacing campaign manager Brad Par Scale with Republican veteran Bill Stepien. Twitter accounts of technology moguls, politicians and major companies hacked and an apparent Bitcoin scam. The Twitter accounts of several prominent companies and figures apparently compromised by an unknown hacker. Among the accounts uber cash up Apple Bill Gates and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden the page of former president Barack Obama, who has more than 120 million followers. The most on the platform also compromised on their pages. Messages posted asking users to send Bitcoin, which would then be doubled at Twitter support, posting that users may not be able to tweet or reset passwords as the company investigates line of buoys. ABC NEWS SLITTER putting out a statement, noting it was aware of a security incident impacting accounts on Twitter company says it's investigating and working to fix it. Family of George Floyd filing a federal civil lawsuit against the city of Minneapolis and four fired police officers. Nearly two months after Floyd died during an arrest here's ABC is Ryan Burrow. Attorneys for the family of George Floyd said they hoped the federal wrongful death civil rights lawsuit sets a precedent to make it financially prohibitive that police won't kill marginalized people and black people in the future across America. Attorney L. Chris Stewart. If you do think that black lives matter, then understand that we're going to make sure that there is a black worth and value behind them. You would not say how much they're seeking. The lawsuit cites lack of proper Minneapolis Police Department training and a culture of racism and bad behavior. Ryan Burrow ABC NEWS, Some high powered celebrity is demanding justice for a college football player from Eastern D. J. Henry fatally shot by a white police officer in New York after going to a Sports bar with friends in 2010. That officer was never charged. W B C's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us the letters being sent to the Justice Department asking them to reopen the case. The letter to the DOJ signed by the likes of Jay Z, Rhianna and Mary J. Blige as federal officials to reevaluate whether a pattern of discrimination played a role in Henry's case. DJs father Dan Roy Henry is grateful for the support and for the Black lives matter movement, which is shining a new light on racism. In people a chance to swim with the tide on this issue are maybe they lacked courage, Tio against it in the past, I think that goes for you and I and people in the community goes for people who are in political positions. And for people who have some celebrity standing. The DOJ letter states. The facts of the case reek of local conflict of interests, racial bias and even false testimony. Kevin Tonic left W B Z Boston I know three highway check Now the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive. Traffic on the three is Mike were crews out. Yep, we got roadwork in a few locations up to the north. On 93 North is locked up for a mile from Matthew and up into Salem, New Hampshire. Tonight. This's a work crew right up across the New Hampshire line. They've got the two left lanes closed up in at work zone and delays a reaching back onto Route 2 13 West And is also Elaine taken 93 self in the same area elsewhere for 95 North really slow coming up through Harvard Tonight, there's a lane taken up towards Rue 1 11 with work going on there. Elsewhere. Things were pretty good with the mass Turnpike. The expressway is good on ly about 10 to 12 minutes between the tunnels and the bridge re split through three on this house shores. Find Weymouth down into Kingston tonight. The lower end of 1 20 eight's fine and so are Roots 24 95 south down towards the Rhode Island line. And finally downtown. Nice and quiet. If you're coming in tonight, the lower deck of 90 three's good. The Tobin Bridge in the Lever down rapper wide Open and Sterile. Dr. Looks good along the Charles Miking. BBC's 24 hour traffic.

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