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Caller Alex Has Some Thoughts About Trump and DeSantis
"Alex in Brooklyn line four. It's the best and thanks for taking the call. So I'm identifying as a woman for the sake of not getting thrown off the year because I'm going to be disagreeing with you as well. I want Trump to be president. I do not want him to be the nominee the Republican Party because I don't think he can win. That's my opinion and people can disagree, but the way you're going after desantis really disturbs me. Because he said, no, he wouldn't want to be the vice president. You want to say it's about his ego. Well, Trump would say the same thing. No. But it doesn't matter Trump has been the president. He's proven himself. Why would somebody who's been a governor and a member of the House be so arrogant as to say, you know, it's beneath me to be vice president. Can you justify that, Alex? Just justify that for me. Barely does a damn thing. It's the second most powerful person in the world, Alex. Don't make excuses for this man. It's beneath you, my friend. It's beneath you. Don't make excuses for him. What kind of arrogance is that to say, I'm more important than being the vice president? Absolutely because you can accomplish things. The vice president can barely do anything to accomplish. And then what happens four years later when president Trump can't run for a third term? You know, you haven't thought this through, my friend. You'll repeating, talking points, and it's very, very sad.
"third term" Discussed on WTOP
"Is WTO P news. 7 45, I'm Michelle bash. And I'm John Aaron. The former head of prince George's county's school board was removed as board chair following numerous accusations of wrongdoing. Since then, she's been fighting to remain on the board and now a judge has ruled in her favor. In the summary of the opinion, an administrative law judge says he doesn't believe juanita Miller committed any of the charges leveled against her, including misconduct in office and incompetence and he recommended Miller key per spot on the school board, but it's not the final say. Some current and former members of the board are likely to file a response to the state board of education, and it is possible the board could still remove her. As it is, Miller has already lost her spot as chair of the board a few months ago, but does remain an at large member. John dome in WTO P news. The controversy about the artificial intelligence tool chat GPT has grown for educators across the country and Virginia's governor has taken a stance against it. Can write an essay on a range of topics, which has caused panic among educators, amid concerns about cheating among students. Governor Glenn youngkin spoke out against it during a CNN town hall about education. I think we should just be clear about what our goal of education is, which is to make sure that our kids can think Therefore, if a machine is thinking for them, then we're not accomplishing our goal. And yeah, I do think that it's something to be very careful of, and I do think more school districts should ban it. Earlier this year, fairfax county public schools blocked chat GPT from county issued devices. Chinese leader Xi Jinping has been awarded a third 5 year term as the nation's president. Puts him on track to stay in power for life at a time of severe economic challenges and rising tensions with the U.S. and others. The endorsement of Xi's appointment by the ceremonial national People's Congress was a foregone conclusion for a leader who has sidelined potential rivals and filled the top ranks of the ruling Communist Party with his supporters since taking power in 2012. The 69 year old broke with tradition in October to give himself a third, 5 year term as party leader. He was also unanimously named commander of the People's Liberation Army
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China's Xi gains unprecedented third term as president - CNBC
"China's Xi Jinping has been given another term as president. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest, the ceremonial national People's Congress awarded Xi, his third 5 year term with a vote of 2952 to zero. The outcome was a foregone conclusion for a leader who has sidelined potential challengers and filled the top ranks of the Communist Party with his supporters since taking power in 2012. In October, she broke with tradition and had himself named to a third 5 year term as party leader, the presidency had a two term limit, but that was deleted from the Chinese constitution earlier. All of it, seen as an indication Xi Jinping plans to stay in power for life. I'm
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Minnesota congresswoman assaulted at Washington apartment
"There's been an attack in Washington D.C. on a female member of Congress. The incident involving congresswoman Angie Craig of Minnesota, a Democrat, was reported by her chief of staff, who says Craig was assaulted in the elevator of her apartment building in Washington, D.C.. It happened in the morning. She was able to fight off the attacker and call 9-1-1. The man fled, leaving her with bruises. Officials say it doesn't appear to be politically motivated, but it comes on the heels of October's attack. On the husband of House speaker Nancy Pelosi, at their San Francisco home. Congresswoman Craig was reelected to a third term in November. In Minnesota's second district, south of Minneapolis and St. Paul. It was a costly race because Republicans thought they had a good chance of flipping the seat. I'm Jackie Quinn
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The secrets of a glittering golden Egyptian mummy are uncovered
"The secrets of a glittering golden Egyptian mummy have been uncovered without disturbing the occupant. The mummy is called the golden boy. He was a boy aged 14 years. Well preserved body and well mummified. Radiology professor sahar saleem at Cairo university says the mummy is about 2300 years old. CT scans help them get a better look at it. And the arrangement of the evidence in three terms are really very unique and not seen before. Some of the amulets are made of gold, a sign of the boy's social status. Researcher Sarah Ahmed Abdul Aziz says CT scans help preserve the mummy. You can now have a piece of amulet based off one that is in a mummy in your hand 3D printed without removing anything. Researchers say a gold tongue amulet was put inside the boy's mouth so that he could speak in the afterlife. I'm Ed Donahue
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Florida congressman Steube injured after falling off ladder
"A Florida congressman has been injured in an accident at home. The office of representative Greg stubby released a statement on Twitter asking for prayers for the Florida congressman and his family, saying he was hurt Wednesday afternoon after being knocked approximately 25 feet down off a ladder while cutting tree limbs on his Sarasota property, an update thanked medical personnel and specified that stubby was in good spirits and spent the night in the ICU with serious but not life threatening injuries, the office also credited an individual who witnessed the fall and called 9-1-1, and Sarasota county's emergency services. The third term Republican represents Sarasota and Charlotte counties and part of Lee county in southwest Florida, and was recently selected to serve on the House ways and means committee. I'm Jennifer King
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Florida congressman Steube injured in accident at home
"A Florida congressman has been injured in an accident. The office of congressman greggs dooby released a statement on Twitter, saying he was involved in an accident on his property and sustained several injuries. The third term Republican represents Sarasota and Charlotte counties and part of Lee county in southwest Florida, the statement asked for prayers for the congressman and his family, media platform Florida politics reported that was doing routine home maintenance and fell from his roof about 25 feet off the ground. The outlet reported stube was transported to a hospital Wednesday afternoon. Fellow members of Congress from Florida, including vern Buchanan and Byron donalds, offered prayers for a speedy recovery, Scooby was recently selected to serve on the House ways and means committee. I'm Jennifer
Florida Rep. Greg Steube Hospitalized After Falling Off His Roof
"I want to read this to you from the New York Post Florida representative Greg steube I'm told is a very nice man and a very solid conservative Hospitalized after falling off his roof congressman Greg stubby was hospitalized after he fell off the roof of his Florida home according to report the incident was first reported By Florida politics journalist Peter schrock who said stew B was found outside his Sarasota home by a part time aid of his colleague representative Verne Buchanan The aid made the discovery while working his second job as an Amazon delivery driver It's unclear what condition stew be is in at this time The New York Post has reached out to his congressional office for comment Jeez I hope he's okay But I don't like the way this article sounds so far He was found That he was found First elected to Congress in 2018 stubby was sworn in earlier this month to service third term in the lower chamber Representing Florida's 17th congressional district he previously served for two years in the Florida Senate and 6 years in the Florida House Congressman Gregg stubby's aide found him after he fell off the roof of his home Before launching his political career to be served in the armed forces as an airborne infantry officer And a jag corps officer from 2004 to 2008 and as the chief of detainee operations for multinational division north in Iraq with the 25th infantry division from 2006 to 2007 this guy's a hero
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Texas' Abbott begins 3rd term promising safer schools
"Texas governor Greg Abbott is beginning his third term, promising safer schools. Abbott was sworn in for new term 8 months after a gunman with an AR-15 style rifle killed 19 children and two teachers at rob elementary school in uvalde. Parents must know that their children are going to be safe when they drop them off at school every single morning. ABBA did mention the shooting itself during his inaugural address and didn't offer any specific solutions. We will not end this session without making our schools safer. It's not clear yet if Abbott wants to run for president next year, but blames the current president for the record number of migrants crossing the U.S. Mexico border. The Biden administration is not enforcing the laws that are already on the books. I'm Ed Donahue
The Charlie Kirk Show
Harmeet Dhillon Joins Charlie to Make Her Case for Taking Over the RNC
"Joining us now is harmeet Dylan, who is running for chair of the RNC, this should not be difficult. But here we are. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me, Charlie. Harmeet, I first want to compliment you for your courage and your willingness because the people that are coming after you, they are so nasty, they are so terrible. In fact, I pounded the table last week of a Politico article where they were attacking your Sikh heritage. And I grew up with Sikhs and some of the most beautiful, amazing people that I were honored to call Friends growing up were seek. And obviously it's leaked from people that want to attack you. So the nastiness being thrown at you is incomprehensible. And it's kudos to you for your courage for stepping up and you're willingness. Walk us through the state of the race, 11 days, we have a failure as chair of the RNC. We got to get rid of her. What's the latest? Well, thank you. So the latest is, I jumped into this race just a little over a month ago after our chair ronna mcdaniel basically is refusing to leave. Normally after you lose a presidential race, you actually do leave. So that was two years ago, but she promised us a final and third term. And so now that I see all these members lining up behind her, we jumped in and I have now over a dozen members of the RNC actively making phone calls with me to help whip the votes. There are only a 160 voters in this election. I'm one of them and I will be voting for change and voting for myself. And so the job is to convince people who are supporting Rana, as well as people who are undecided to support me. And I'm happy to say that her numbers are going down and our numbers are going up. And now that it's a competitive horse race, some folks who are willing to support her because there was no choice, have kept an open mind, and they want to see which way the wind blows. That is, you know, it's not exactly profiles and courage in some way. And so we're trying to encourage people to actually get off the fence
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"Mayor muriel Bowser making history this morning when she was sworn in for a third term. She's the first African American woman ever elected to three, four year terms as mayor of a U.S. city. She took the oath of office last hour during a ceremony at the Washington convention center, and she's laying out her vision for downtown. We know we need more and bolder action. We will reach for new heights, not just with our buildings, but with a renewed commitment and resources to attract great employers and good paying jobs. D.C. attorney general Brian Schwab and members of D.C. council were also were also sworn in. We'll have full coverage throughout the day here on WTO P and of course on WTO P dot com. Violent crimes across district claimed hundreds of lives last year D.C. police chief Robert Conti is now sharing his hope for the future. 203 people died to violent crime across the district last year, in a message to the city yesterday, D.C.'s police chief says, while that number has decreased, compared to previous years, it's still too many. He pointed out the roughly 7% reduction in violent crimes from the previous year doesn't comfort victims families. Kanti went on to blame the continued violence on the illegal supply of guns. He says detectives are working to investigate every crime and removed an average of 9 guns from the streets every day last year, Conti says this year, it's up to all of us to do everything in our power to continue the downward trend of violence in D.C. Melissa Howell WTO P news. Get ready to save some money when shopping for groceries in Virginia, the state eliminating its 1.5% grocery tax at the start of the new year with a new law. Local governments still have the option to hit you with a 1% tax on your grocery Bill, so be aware of that. Minimum wages also went up across the region. And Virginia, it's now $12 an hour, Maryland $13 and 25 cents, and in D.C., the minimum wage for non tipped workers is now $16 and 50 cents an hour. Exactly what was going on this weekend when a local police officer's radio cracked with whispers and panting. The unusual sound sparked a quick internal investigation. After midnight, the first of the year, anyone listening to the police radio might think they were hearing a hot time involving an officer. But what the internal affairs bureau quickly determined was that the unusual sound came from a portable police radio and an off duty police officer's car, police say the radio picked up the sound of audio porn that the off duty officer was listening to over Bluetooth in his car. The internal affairs bureau is continuing the investigation. Ridiculo, WTO P news. 1206 almost two years after the violent January 6th attack, the capitol police department is not in a better place or on a ready or footing. That's according to the man who was the capitol police chief on that day in a new book. Stephen son's book courage under fire comes out tomorrow and The Washington Post obtained an advanced copy. Sound writes that his department, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security had collected information weeks earlier indicating that right wing extremists were planning an armed attack, but they didn't do enough to assess the threat. And once he attacked began senior military leaders, he says delayed sending help sund also says something similar could easily happen again. It's a federal holiday today since the New York New Year's Day fell on a Sunday. So just so you know, there'll be no mail delivery, public libraries, and banks are closed most of them. Metro rail and metro buses are operating on a Sunday schedule today in D.C.. There's no parking limits or meter fee. So there's a bit of good news. Same in Virginia, where there's no VRE service today. Mark service on the pen line is on a Sunday schedule. There's no service on
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2022 midterms live updates: Latest election news from AP
"In state capital's early calls show Republicans losing two governorships in traditionally democratic states I'm Ben Thomas with some results Democratic candidates have won in Maryland and Massachusetts both beating Trump backed opponents Massachusetts voters have chosen Mara healey over former state representative Jeff deal to replace Republican governor Charlie baker who opted against seeking a third term Healey will become the state's first woman and first openly gay governor In Maryland Wes Moore replaces Republican governor Larry Hogan whose term limited He becomes the state's first black governor He beat Republican state legislator Dan Cox Democrats outnumber Republicans two to one in Maryland Another newcomer to the governor's mansion Republican Sarah Sanders the former White House press secretary elected in Arkansas 6 other gubernatorial results went to the incumbents Republican Ron DeSantis fending off a challenge from former governor Charlie Crist in Florida Republicans in Alabama Bill Lee and Tennessee Henry McMaster and South Carolina and Chris sununu in New Hampshire and Democrat JB pritzker be elected in Illinois I'm Ben Thomas
"third term" Discussed on WTOP
"The ballot for mayor and D.C., including current mayor, aerial Bowser. She's hoping to win a third term in office and should be the first mayor to do so since D.C.'s mayor for life, Marion Barry. My experience is that longevity in this job is beneficial for a lot of reasons. Why D.C.'s democratic mayor muriel Bowser feels that way? We have been able to see projects from start to finish. Like we will be able to see what the new hospital east of the river. When it comes to battling crimes, she says if reelected her administration will continue to invest across the board. Especially making sure we have a police department that is fully resourced, has all the officers that it needs. But also with violence prevention efforts. Read more about the mayor's plans if given a third term at WTO P dot com. Mike Morello WTO news. So that the assumption will not be automatically that something's wrong. We want to remind you as many have been saying political experts this week. It is very unlikely we will know after the polls close which party will control the U.S. Senate since several races are expected to be extremely close. But what that means, we turn to WTO capital hill correspondent Mitchell Miller, Tuesday morning. One of those tight races is in Pennsylvania between Republican doctor mehmed as and Democrat John fetterman. I'm not a politician. I'm a heart surgeon. It's going to come down to every single vote. Counting all the votes in Pennsylvania could take days as it did in 2020. In Georgia, a close race could lead to a December runoff if democratic senator Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker each failed to get 50% of the vote. As for House races, Virginia counts votes relatively quickly and some trends may become clear early in the evening. In Maryland, a law that had delayed the counting of mail in ballots has been struck down, which should speed up the process. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO. I think it was on the 8s and when it breaks, let's check into all this morning with rich hunter in the double DT OP traffic
The Dan Bongino Show
Bob Stefanowski: Connecticut Is Responding to Social Issues
"Bob growing up in New York which is obviously dominated by Democrats especially the city level where it was roughly 6 7 8 to one Democrats the Republicans We were always told conventional wisdom all Republicans can't win Well that's just not the case We had a three term Republican governor in New York George pataki Lee zeldin Zhu and a great job up there Now I'm sure you know him We had Rudy Giuliani two terms as a mayor of New York City as a Republican You're in Connecticut a state that's not nearly I think is democratic with the lean as places like New York So I'm optimistic You can certainly pull this thing off Well I'll tell you what's strangely working in our favor in Connecticut which hasn't in the past or the social issues When you've got government mandating that parents vaccinate their kids for COVID and you've got government mandating that kid has to wear a mask And I'm not against vaccines or mess but it should be up to the parent And these kitchen I take Glenn youngkin's phrase Kitchen table issue should be spoken about at the kitchen table We have the assistant principle in Greenwich at the high school come out and say when he looks for new teachers he refuses to hire Roman Catholics He refuses to hire Republicans and he likes to hire teachers under the age of 30 so he can indoctrinate them in the democratic policies that they can then teach to teachers This is on film So I've got a lot of Democrat moms coming up to me say I've never voted Republican before but I want to be able to raise my kids We put out a principal of rights which gives the right to raise the kids back to parents schools should be cheating reading rating and arithmetic We should be teaching kids how to think about what to think and that's where we're going to win
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"Correspondent Damian grammaticus, the Tories may meet on Monday to select a new leader to be prime minister Rishi sunak is now favored. He's the only former treasury chief under Boris Johnson's government. In Ukraine, Russia claiming you crane is preparing a provocation involving a radioactive device, a nuclear dirty bomb defense minister Sergei shoigu made the allegation in phone calls Sunday with his counterparts from the U.S. Britain, France and turkey. Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky says the allegation can only mean Moscow has already prepared its own escalatory step and he says the international community must make Moscow understand the world will not swallow it. Meantime, Russian installed officials report building defensive positions in occupied areas of Ukraine and border regions, reflecting fears of the Ukrainian attack along new sections of the 620 mile front line while the Ukrainian military claims Russian officers have withdrawn from the area, leaving newly mobilized inexperienced forces to defend it. I'm Ben Thomas. China's Communist Party giving president Xi Jinping an unprecedented third term as leader, she wasting no time flexing his new muscle. It was staged as a big reveal. Please join me in a warmer applause to welcome the general secretary and other political bureau standing committee members. But it was no surprise that Xi Jinping was confirmed as chairman of China's Communist Party. He will now begin an unprecedented third term as in effect China's supreme leader. That is CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer. Will he or won't he? He being the former president of the United States, subpoenaed by the January 6th committee to testify about events surrounding the attempt to overthrow the 2020 election. The question is, will he be allowed to do so on live TV? Republican Liz Cheney the vice chair of the January 6th committee says if he testifies, we are going to proceed in terms of the questioning of the former president under oath. It may take multiple days. And it will be done with a level of rigor and discipline and seriousness that it deserves. On NBC's meet the press, Cheney was asked if the committee is worried the former president might use his testimony to further express his grievances. He's not going to turn this into a circus. Still no word from Trump about whether he will comply with the subpoena. Linda canyon, CBS News, Washington. Well, it's been more than three years since the Manhattan prosecutor started investigating Donald Trump. Now the only criminal trial to arise from their efforts is about to begin. Former president Donald Trump is not going on trial, but his company is the Trump organization accused of helping some top executives avoid income taxes on compensation. They got in addition to their salaries. Trump signed off on some of the checks at the center of the case but is not charged with anything and is not expected to testify or attend the trial which starts Monday with jury selection. If convicted, the organization could be fined more than a $1 million. Last month, the New York attorney general filed a civil lawsuit accusing Trump and his organization of misleading banks and others for years about the value of assets. That civil suit seeks 250 million and a permanent ban on Trump doing business in the state, Julie Walker, New York. Meanwhile, both Democrats and Republicans working hard to get their message across as to why people should vote for them with the midterms fast approaching. The latest CBS News battleground tracker poll has the house likely going to the Republicans and the Senate at a 50 50 split. The surge of support Democrats saw over the summer following the overturn of roe V wade has faded. Crime is going through the roof. As Republicans are trying to focus voters on issues like crime, immigration, and the economy. This is an economic and health crisis. Christina rafini, CBS News, The White
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China's Xi expands powers, promotes allies
"China's most powerful leader in decades president Xi Jinping increased his dominance after he was named to a third term as head of the ruling Communist Party Xi Jinping took power in 2012 in a break with tradition he was awarded his third 5 year term as general secretary at the end of the party's central committee meeting Sunday The party also named a 7 member standing committee It's inner circle of power dominated by she allies who support his vision of tighter control over society and the struggling economy The all city beings man the just one faction the party Jean Pierre castan is an expert in Chinese politics at Hong Kong baptist university The reason
"third term" Discussed on WTOP
"Joe Biden has spent trillions of dollars, leaving us with the highest inflation in 40 years. Lauria, like other Democrats, has stressed abortion rights in her ads. Higgins voted for restrictions on our rights. Then, supported the Supreme Court decision, which allowed states to outlaw abortion. Polls show inflation far outweighs abortion rights on the minds of voters. And the latest polling indicates Republicans remain likely to pick up more than the 5 seats needed to regain control of the House. On capital hill, Mitchell Miller WTO. Meantime in Florida tonight, Republican incumbent senator Marco Rubio, and democratic challenger Val demings took part in a debate. It was hosted by WFLA, the two politicians traded barbs on several issues, including inflation, gun violence and immigration, demings are three term congresswoman and former Orlando police chief spoke out in support of federal laws to protect voting rights. We should not just protect the right for a few people or the privileged few, we should protect voting rights for everyone. And we need a federal law to keep everybody accountable. While Rubio wants the federal government to stay out of the election system. Public has to believe that the elections were fair and balanced. And that's what I've always been in favor of. But what they want is a federal takeover of the elections. I do not want a federal takeover of our election system. I oppose it. Each candidate accused the other of being an extremist on abortion rights. President Biden says an abortion rights bill would be his first proposal to the new Congress. If Democrats strengthened their House and Senate majorities in the election three weeks from tonight, the president spoke here in the nation's capital today. A CBS News poll now puts abortion beneath inflation, crime, immigration, and other issues that voters list as very important to their vote in a speech here in Washington, the president urged supporters to remember the anger. They felt in June. The day the extreme daubed decision came down. Acknowledging there's not enough support now to abolish the filibuster to codify abortion rights. Mister Biden urges voters to keep the house in his party's hands and to send more Democrats to the Senate. If you do your part in vote, democratic leaders of Congress, I promise you, we'll do our part. Stephen portnoy, CBS News, Washington. Russian air strikes in Ukraine have cut power and water to hundreds of thousands of residents targeting electrical and water plants with missiles and drones. Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky is urging people to conserve energy and get ready for a rough winter. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams. Long-term power outages could be devastating for
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"Is on the verge of achieving what was once fairly unexpected. Days from now, he will likely secure his third term as leader of the Chinese Communist Party. He's had a relatively quiet year on the international stage ahead of this fall's 20th party Congress, but many have already been contemplating what the implications will be for Xi's continued leadership. One of those people is Yun sun she's a senior fellow and co director of the East Asia program and director of the China program at the stimson center. And she foresees a boulder Xi Jinping in the near future. She joins us now to discuss, welcome. Thank you for having me. Thank you for being with us. So, let me ask you, Xi Jinping is entering his third term as leader of the Chinese Communist Party, no other leader has had a third term like this since Mao Zedong, the founder of the People's Republic of China, tell me what does a third term for she signaled to you about his hold over the Chinese Communist Party in this moment? Well, it means that China has entered a new era and it's really a piece of uncharted water compared to what we have seen in the past to four decades. In the past four decades per the 1982 constitution, we knew that for sure China had a power transition plan for the leadership. So every ten years there is going to be a new leader and there is a consensus building process in terms of the selection of their leader. But now by abandoning the practice and the tradition, Xi Jinping sir term means that we don't know what the future leadership transition in China will look like. Or how it will be determined. And that raises a lot of potential for instability, or even power struggle and elite politics competition, where seeing the Chinese Communist Party. And what's interesting is it has been a relatively politically trickier time for Xi Jinping lately, right? Like, can you talk about the effect that the zero COVID policy and the resulting economic slowdown in China has had on Xi's influence? Yes, indeed, 2022 has not been a good year for Xi Jinping. And especially if you consider the power transition and the third term that he has had his eyes on, 2022 is a terrible year. The Russian warring Ukraine also created a lot of uncertainty as well as the embarrassment for China in terms of Xi Jinping's foreign policy. People ask questions and how did you reach that no limit to cooperation? Commitment was putting, did you know that pudding was going to invade Ukraine within three weeks of that joint statement? So this year has really been hard of what Xi Jinping, because he has to explain, despite all these hardships and Audi's strategic headwind that we have encountered this year, I still deserve a certain term. Right. My leadership is still warranted. My leadership is due the best option for the party and for the Chinese people. It's a party Congress is celebrated and Chinese people just hope that while less conclusive party Congress so that we can move forward. We can reduce some of the COVID related restrictions and we can resume normal economic and social activities. I want to talk further about the global implications of a third term for Xi Jinping. What does his holding on to power immune specifically for U.S. China relations in your mind? I think it means three things. The first one is that with Xi Jinping inking his third term at the party Congress, which means moving forward, he is not going to be distracted by this domestic political priority anymore. In the past 5 years, I would say Xi Jinping was aiming for the third term, but he had to prioritize how to come wings. The establishment was in the party and convinces the elderly leaders. Why it is a good idea to remove the term limit and why there's a good idea for him to violate the traditions that have been established. So moving forward, he's no longer going to be distracted by this political agenda, which is domestic primarily. So he's able to focus even more on implementing his foreign strategy and operationalizing. He is vision of the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation. That inevitably will lead to even more I would say contest for influence and count has the full leadership contest of a superiority with the United States. And the other two factor is within the party. After the 20th party Congress and Xi Jinping secures his third term. He is going to appoint his political confidants and his political loyalists to all the key positions that are related to national security and the foreign policy because this is actually one of the area compared to for example domestic reform and domestic economic policy. This is an area that she didn't think is going to prevail. These people are going to operationalize his vision and his strategy with the even more momentum and more precision. And that's leaves us to the third factor which is dissenting views. And the people who do not believe that Xi Jinping's current for example policy towards the United States is a good idea. Their voices are going to be eliminated. From within the bureaucracy. So there is not going to be check and balance. There is not going to be a challenge to the assumptions and to the existing consensus within the bureaucracy. And these three factors are all going to, I believe, deepen Xi Jinping's boldness. You soon is a senior fellow and co director of the East Asia program and director of the China program at the stimson center. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you very much for having me. We've been hearing a lot about the Florida barrier islands wrecked by hurricane Ian, but that powerful storm also hit inland communities. Floodwaters still have not receded in some areas, and the state's crops have suffered. Tens of thousands of acres of farmland were in Ian's path, and piers Debbie Elliott visited a ranch in Sarasota county to gauge what's ahead for farmers. The gravel and dirt, turpentine still rode, leads to the longino
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Xi Says China Is the New Choice for Humanity
"Washington Post president Xi presents China as a new choice for humanity. Is he ready for next term? Autocrats always be believed their own press clippings. Don't they? She says, they're going to be self reliant. They're going to have state letter initiatives. Taiwan is going to be reunited. It reunified. They celebrated the reunification of Hong Kong with China at the big party Congress this weekend, meaning that they've suppressed everyone and arrested everyone that they needed to do so. It's a nightmare in China and the threat to Taiwan is real and he put it out there and I hope they've got a plan at The White House because I wouldn't be I would not be at all surprised if it happens before the election. If he makes a lurch at Taiwan as soon as he's got his third term sealed up.
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"third term" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The 20th party Congress here. President Xi is up for a third term. Everyone expects them to get it. At the same time, give us a sense of where China is. I know you ran that division for the IMF. Where is China's economy? Is it slowing as badly as people are worried about? So with the party Congress with the presumed re coronation of Xi Jinping as president for a third term, the watchword in Chinese economic policy making circles seems to be stability. So there is no going back on the zero COVID strategy which the government seems very committed to, but the reality is that China too is running out of policy space. China has not been able to use monetary policy very effectively because the renminbi or U one has been depreciating quite significantly against the dollar. And if China cut into states or loosened monetary policy because China doesn't have that much inflation yet, that could cause capital outflows because the interest differential with the U.S. would widen and that could put further downward pressure on the renminbi. So right now China is facing this confluence of negative factors not just a short term growth momentum weakening, but also a housing market that is in disarray and financial markets that don't seem to be doing well as well. So the financial system stresses are beginning to bubble over so all things considered it is going to be a pretty tough year for China. One last question how much of this has to do with Russia's invasion of Ukraine? I mean, there's an awful lot of issues with its supply chains, you're fighting inflation increase interest rates, but how much has Russia really complicated things for the globe? It's really been a significant shock, especially in terms of commodity prices. And if you think about what disruptions in energy supplies mean to many of the core economies, especially Europe, it's a very significant effect. Now, of course, context matters the Russia invasion of Ukraine coming on top of post COVID supply disruptions and liquidity in the financial system beginning to create financial market stresses was what made it have this very potent effect. So certainly a very important contributing factor, one among many. Come back to trade for a second with respect to Ukraine. How much is that Russian invasion Ukraine disrupted global trade flows? It's been quite significant. I think there are concerns that geopolitical uncertainty, geopolitical risks are ramping up, so I think financial assets are beginning to come back to their home markets and there is a dampening of business and consumer confidence around the world, which is certainly going to have an impact on cross border trade. So let me come back to the big question IMF for World Bank if I could each far, what is the best result you can see coming out of these meetings. If it all worked perfectly, what would come out of it? So a best case scenario might be one where leaders around the world come up with a coordinated strategy to deal with the supply side problems. Now there is a geopolitical element to it. If there is a way to deal with that, that would be great, but there are measures that countries can take, especially, to stabilize financial markets right now. There is a real sense that monetary policy and fiscal policy in many countries, the UK example being a prime one are not working in concert. So what we really need to think about are policies that can support short term growth, but also improve long-term productivity and some sort of coordinated measure to take steps in that direction I think would be useful. Thank you so much for being with us. Always appreciate that each person. Professor of trade policy at Cornell. Coming up, we're going to talk about exactly what's going on in the markets one more time as we get ready for those CPI numbers yesterday. Tomorrow, I'm sorry. And
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Walter Russell Mead Explains the 'Lodge Consensus'
"Fundamental tectonic plates of American politics are moving in a way that you grab hold of and try and explain and those three terms need definition as you gave them. The lodge consensus, jacksonian Americans, and sunbelt Republican. Because they all, let's start with the lodge consensus. What is that Walter WrestleMania? That was the that was the set of ideas after World War I that Americans kind of adopted to try to deal with this new world. It was a more dangerous world than they expected. They somehow were more vulnerable to what was happening overseas than many had expected, but they, and they wanted to promote democracy and human rights and so on abroad. But they really wanted to limit American engagement to economic engagement, maybe a little bit of political engagement, but no military engagement overseas. And in order to kind of square the circle of the gap between what they wanted, universal peace and democracy. And what they wanted to do, which was not very much, they really resorted to kind of an American form of magical thinking, of believing that the arc of history would make everything work. It's something that's we're an optimistic people by nature. We do have this faith in a divine Providence moving humanity forward. So but the idea that that arc of history is going to move to your convenience on your schedule, that was where the lodge consensus, I think, went wrong.
The Dan Bongino Show
Lee Zeldin: Independents, Democrats Are Hitting a Breaking Point in New York
"So you probably get that a lot too Lee you're probably here oh my gosh it's New York There's no chance we're going to win which by the way the polls don't say that at all The polls are actually very close But you and I both know that's ridiculous George pataki won three terms This isn't even that long ago And Rudy Giuliani was the mayor at the same time I mean this is an unheard of Yeah no doubt And actually what people are finding crazy is that the consequences of one party Democrat rule So this isn't just Republicans who are saying hey the Democrats have gone off the deep end and they're destroying New York You have independence and Democrats who are saying I don't know if I can stay here There's a lot of people all around the state who feel like their families they're hitting their breaking point Their dream is now a dream to be taken to some other state People who want to on a beautiful night be able to maybe go walk ten 15 blocks in Manhattan Instead they'll get in an Uber and even if it's just to go two or three blocks They won't go down in the subway and when they do I'm hearing stories of how they grab a pull or guardrail because they're afraid of being pushed in front of an oncoming subway car So earlier this week I was on the steps of New York City hall And there were a whole bunch of Democrats It was a Democrats for Zelda rally current Democrat elected officials former Democrat elected officials Democrat communally leaders all endorsing our campaign because they're fed up and they're saying that we have to save our city and save our state and the Democrats are destroying the place
Bloomberg Radio New York
"third term" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And the Chinese government had set a date for the start of the Communist Party's Congress got more on that story and others from the Bloomberg newsroom. Doug. Hey Paul, this date is October 16th. Mark your calendar, this event will bring president Xi Jinping a step closer to a third term in power. Here's Bloomberg Stephen engel. It's a highly secretive affair with the biggest secret, not a secret at all. And that is going to be Xi Jinping, securing that third term. The biggest question is, who will be the men who will be placed underneath him? Now the party is also saying it will conduct an in depth analysis of the international and domestic situation, and it will review the past 5 years and push forward with the goal of common prosperity. Taiwan soldiers fired shots to ward off civilian drones. These drones were flying near offshore islands controlled by Taipei near the Chinese coastline, Taiwan's government did not identify the drones as having come from China, although it said the drones retreated in the direction of the Chinese city of xi'an men. The drone flights follow news yesterday on the Biden administration preparing to sell $1.1 billion in missiles and radar technology to support Taiwan. It would be the largest such transfer in nearly two years. Arizona governor Doug ducey arrived on in Taiwan on Tuesday, his focus, wooing suppliers for a new chip plant being built in his state for Taiwan semi duces office he will then travel to soul later this week for a meeting with South Korean president Yun suk yo, as well as business leaders in South Korea, now in the states, President Biden today touted gun safety and policing measures in eastern Pennsylvania, and he assailed Republicans for joining in the rhetorical attacks on the FBI. But now it's sickening to see the new attacks and the FBI threatening life was law enforcement agents and their families for simply carrying out the law and doing their job. Now since the FBI search of Donald Trump's Florida residents, his most Ardent supporters in Congress have levied sharp criticism of the FBI or even called for its funding to be cut. Meantime, Donald Trump is bringing on a former Florida solicitor general to lead his legal defense over the probe into those sensitive documents stored at Mar-a-Lago. The hiring of Chris kies comes as Trump is seeking a third party review of the material seized. Mikhail Gorbachev has died, the as the leader of the Soviet Union, Gorbachev shook up his country's political and economic system, it led to the collapse of the communist superpower and the end of the Cold War, the state run news agency tass, cited Moscow's central clinical hospital saying his death followed a severe and prolonged illness, Mikhail Gorbachev was 91. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, I'm the prisoner in New York. Brian. All right, thanks very much Doug. 22 minutes before the top of the hour it's time for sports. With Dan schwarzman Dan Chelsea suffering a pretty shocking loss against Southampton. Yeah
AP News Radio
What to know about Harriet Hageman, Liz Cheney's opponent in Wyoming GOP primary
"Liz Cheney concedes to Harriet hagerman a Republican congressional candidate backed by former president Donald Trump Wyoming Republican representative Liz Cheney loses a GOP primary to Harriet hagman a lawyer backed by former president Donald Trump After conceding the race Cheney told supporters now the real work begins The three term member of Congress and co chair the January 6th committee says former president Trump and his allies at the national state and local levels are a threat to the nation If we do not condemn the conspiracies and the lies if we do not hold those responsible to account we will be excusing this conduct and it will become a feature of all elections America will never be the same Cheney adding I have said since January 6th that I will do whatever it takes to ensure Donald Trump is never again anywhere near the Oval Office And I mean it I'm
AP News Radio
What to watch: Cheney in trouble while Palin eyes comeback
"A former Republican star's career could effectively end today At least for now Liz Cheney was the house GOP's number three leader but is now fighting to keep the seat she's held for three terms as the January 6 panel's vice chair Cheney has led efforts to keep Donald Trump from serving again The dam has begun to break Her career may go with it Cheney's trying to fend off a primary challenge from Trump backed Harriet hagman in a state where Trump remains hugely popular Cheney has doubled down Last week bashing Trump for what she called an insidious lie that the 2020 election was stolen This is Donald Trump's legacy but it can not be the future of our nation If she loses her house seat Cheney has not ruled out a White House be it in two years Sagar Meghani Washington
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Caller: We Are Dealing With Evil People
"This is Obama's third term and I truly believe remember he said we're going to fundamentally change America and he is working hard and I tell you just a few days ago I was flippin counts and south holder side to some people that are aware of it was that president Trump is going to be indicted. And that means it can't run. We were in a spiritual warfare. This is state and these people are E for we're in they know this days of limited and I truly truly, truly believe and I have been friends. It's 1982 that God would bring an awakening, rebuttal whatever you want to call it, but we have got to have it in America. They
"third term" Discussed on WTOP
"James WTO news. Chief Conti says the event did not have a permit and he says the city is looking at the possibility of taking legal action against unpermitted events. Early voting is wrapped up and now D.C. is preparing for the primary election, there are several important decisions that voters need to make. All the competition is among Democrats, D.C. mayor muriel Bowser wants a third term but to council members tray on widen Robert white also James butler hoped to stand in the way of that. Democrats must decide between three candidates for attorney general they include Bruce biva, Brian Schwab and Ryan Jones, D.C. delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton has two challengers, minister Wendy Hamilton and Kelly Michael Williams. There are also several council seats up for grabs, including ward threes, where Mary che is stepping down 9 Democrats hope to take her place, learn more about the races and the candidates of WTO dot com. Mike Morello P news. And voters in Virginia also hit the polls tomorrow for primaries in several U.S. House races across the state to Republican primaries are crowded in part because redistricting that recently took place made some areas less favorable to Democrats. Democratic congresswoman Abigail spanberger is more vulnerable because of redistricting. Says Virginia political analyst bobbles worth. Her base in henrico and Chesterfield counties has basically been removed from the district. That's the 7th district in Prince William Stafford spotsylvania and culpeper counties. There are 6 Republicans in a primary there hoping to face span burger, redistricting also impacted democratic congresswoman Elaine luria in the second district in the Virginia Beach area. Her district became more Republican than previously. Plus she's on the committee investigating the capitol riot for Republicans are on a primary hoping to face her. Nick ain't Ellie, WTO P news. You can read more about the races in Virginia at WTO P dot com. Children as young as 6 months old can now start receiving COVID-19 shots as soon as next week. Healthcare workers are unveiling their plans on where parents can get them. Armed with green lights from the FDA and the CDC, healthcare
"third term" Discussed on WTOP
"Luke Luke is our producer The top stories we're following for you today A 15 year old boy has been shot and killed at a Juneteenth celebration on U street Sunday evening A police officer and two other adults were also Police say that they were taken to a hospital and are in stable condition The shooting took place at a motella event Earlier in the evening a fight broke out at the unpermitted event and several people were injured as they ran from the fight When emergency services showed up someone started shooting and hit the four police say numerous guns were recovered from the scene no arrests have been made at this time Stay with WTO as we learn more The president of the Cleveland fed says it will take two years for inflation to come down to the Central Bank's target Loretta mester was on CBS Well what we're looking at is trying to get our interest rates up to more normal levels so that we can stem some of the oversized demand momentum in the economy and bring it back down so that we can release some of those inflationary pressures Mister said she doesn't think we're headed for a recession but it's not out of the question There are such a risk going up Partly because monetary policy could have pivoted a little earlier than it did We're doing that now by moving interest rates up Christopher Cruise CBS News Washington Early voting has wrapped up and now D.C. prepares for the primary election And there are several important decisions voters need to make All the competition is among Democrats D.C. mayor muriel Bowser wants a third term but to council members tray on white and Robert white also James butler hoped to stand in the way of that Democrats must decide between three candidates for attorney general they include Bruce spiva Brian Schwab and Ryan Jones D.C. delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton has two challengers minister Wendy Hamilton and Kelly Michael Williams there are also several council seats up for grabs including ward threes where Mary che is stepping down 9 Democrats hope to take her place learn more about the races and the candidates of WTO dot com Mike Morello WTO news Voters hit the polls in Virginia tomorrow for a primary election since several U.S. House races across the state Two Republican primaries are crowded in part because redistricting that recently took place made some areas less favorable to Democrats Democratic congresswoman Abigail spanberger is more vulnerable because of redistricting says Virginia political analyst bob holes worth Her base in henrico and Chesterfield counties has basically been removed from the district That's the 7th district in Prince William Stafford spotsylvania and culpeper counties There are 6 Republicans in a primary there hoping to face span burger redistricting also impacted democratic congresswoman Elaine luria in the second district in the Virginia Beach area Her district became more Republican than previously Plus she's on the committee investigating the capitol riot for Republicans are on a primary hoping to face her Nick aye Nellie WTO P news The January 6th committee will focus on president Trump's phone calls to local officials to get them to invalidate their state's Electoral College.
"third term" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Thanks for taking my call is always Jim and thanks for a great show sir Jim I'd like to see about 5 areas of law brought in starting one of the constitutional amendment for term limits Or senators at congressman And I changed the constitution radically I'd have senators run for two 6 year terms And Congress run for three four year terms It seems to me genitive a congressman or one is running for a two year term All they're doing is constantly raising money and they can't legislate for those institutions I don't like that Number two I would have socialized medicine in the form of a socialized education in this country I would cap all doctors fees all hospital fees and all drug costs And that's about the 5 hours of IT laws in Jim your thoughts are All right Regarding to the capping of fees I'm not sure that necessarily price controls would work I'd have to see the specifics of that before I could go along with that in terms of the notion of legislative bodies having people running on two year terms I would agree be at state legislatures city councils or the U.S. House which is of course to your terms That's what you do these days Even senators to a great extent and their 6 year terms are constantly running for money is very expensive to survive in the elective politics in this country And I could see that of course in terms of correctly notes in terms of his term limits that would require a constitutional amendment And of course you can not do it the way we've always started constitutional amendments which is with the two thirds vote of the House in a two thirds vote of the Senate the idea that the two thirds of House members and two thirds of cinema members would vote to restrict the number of terms they could serve ain't going to happen that can only happen through an article 5 constitutional convention of the states And again that wouldn't change the constitution It would recommend changes which would still have to go through 38 state legislatures in order to be enacted but in the main worthwhile efforts there and I can see exactly where you're going Doc thank you much One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo One 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 and Gil in Manila the Philippines good evening Good evening Jimbo I think I have something that's on your topic but it also works into the last guest that you had on last week Do you recall the gentleman mister Holman who is running for Congress in Texas he's running on the Republican primary yeah Yes And if he gets that nomination you'll be running against the incumbent representative Cuba and is under investigation And he's had his house and his offices visited by the FBI who have been seen to be carrying out loads and loads of documents Well I have a lot of friends in Texas and I did a little bit of research over the weekend Would you like the skinny on what that's all about Okay sure All right Two things Mister cuellar is the co chairman of a caucus group for Azure by Jacques for the former piece of the Soviet Union I think Yeah and 97% Muslim 1997% 97% What Muslim Oh Muslim Okay well whatever All right All right Well I mean I'm sorry people can make their own decision about that But he has two things there One is these foreign caucus groups and there are a lot of them for a lot of different countries One side note I looked up one of my old girlfriends from Texas named for two confederate heroes She projection Lee He's a member of about 70 of these caucuses And what happens is they're able to get money through different entities and persons to donate to these Congress men's and women's political campaign funds And when you sit and when you sit in a district that's secure that you might have a challenger in your own party but the challenger from the opposite party will never win You can take excess campaign funds and you can jump through some hoops and pay some taxes and convert that money to your own personal use or to the use of your congressional author There are ways that that can be done that certainly should be changed And if that's what you're suggesting that we need reform of that particular notion yes the idea that money donated for a campaign could ever be so converted I would agree with you totally That is wrong and should be changed More to come back in a moment.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"third term" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg's Hannah George She's got the world news Mike Thank you Caroline while Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has won a third term in a snap election but he fell short of regaining the majority he was seeking Bloomberg's theater has more from Ottawa Trudeau will need to continue relying on the minor parties to press ahead with his agenda But while he will have a stable government he won't have a strong mandate For a second straight term he lost the popular vote to the conservatives The result reflects a nation that's unsure about its immediate future amid a fourth wave of the pandemic And it's unwilling to give Trudeau full reign in Ottawa I'm the genus Bloomberg daybreak Europe The U.S. will soon open air travel to Britons and most of a foreigners from November as long as they're fully vaccinated against COVID The travel industry praised the move and European airlines shares rallied after the news but The White House pointed to stricter testing rules and a new contract tracing regime And anti vaccination protests have forced Melbourne's construction industry to shut down Bloomberg's Georgina Mackay has more Melbourne's construction industry will close for at least two weeks after violent protests swept through the CBD Monday There are concerns that extremist groups have infiltrated the union movement and are behind anti vaccination protests in the city Melbourne saw violent anti lockdown demonstrations over the weekend And on Monday hundreds of construction workers protested against the state government's orders to enforce mandatory COVID vaccinations for people employed in the industry The crabs gathered again Tuesday protesting the shutdown that will impact much of the state In Sydney I'm Joe Jenna Mackay Bloomberg daybreak Europe Global news 24 hours a day on and on Bloomberg quick take this is Bloomberg Hey guys You might have noticed the change in your.
"third term" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Serving her third term. Her new memoir describes her story and her family history, including her family's story of the Trail of Tears. She is a member of the Muscogee Creek Nation and lives in Tulsa. When she was a child. The only book in her house was a Bible. Later. The story of how one cotton sack that was passed down from an enslaved woman to her young daughter, who is about to be sold tells a larger story about slavery. We'll hear from historian Tire Miles, author of the new book All that She carried first news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Spear, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed a controversial elections reform bill that includes several new voting restrictions. More from NPR's Wade Goodwyn. The measure the governor signed was the bill that sent Texas House Democrats out of the state in order to break quorum, a tactic that merely delayed the inevitable. Much of the bill Substance was aimed at Harris County, where Houston attempting to encourage voting during the pandemic created a drive through voting site, which was popular with both older voters and the medically vulnerable Houston also had eight sites that stayed open 24 hours for one day, a measure that proved popular with voters of color. The new law bans these options and criminalizes voter assistance practices, including making it a felony of local officials proactively distribute mail in ballots even to those already qualified. Wade Goodwyn. NPR NEWS Dallas One region in Idaho is now being forced to ration health care. As due to record numbers of covid 19 pin tensions requiring hospitalization. Rachel Cohen from member station Boise State Public Radio has more to public health districts in North Idaho entered crisis standards of care Tuesday. That means health care resources such as ventilators, ICU beds and staff will be triaged in an effort to save as many lives as possible. Here's Idaho Department of Health and Welfare director Dave Jepson, speaking during a media briefing Tuesday. If you go to the hospital You should expect a longer wait time you may not be seen in a traditional space. In fact, you may be seen in a classroom or a hallway. Jepson says. Other regions of the state, including the Boise area are dangerously close to crisis standards to the state has one of the lowest vaccination rates in the country, with less than half a residents age 12 or older, fully vaccinated. For NPR News. I'm Rachel Cohen, three former NFL players have pleaded guilty to health care fraud. As NPR's Ryan Lucas explains. A total of 15 defense have now pleaded in the case to of the former players. Ex Washington running back Clinton Portis annex Kansas City Wide receiver Tamarick Vanover. Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit health care fraud. The third defendant, former journeyman linebacker Robert McCune, was accused of orchestrating the scam. He pleaded guilty to wire fraud and health care, fraud, conspiracy and other offenses. The trio was among more than a dozen former NFL players indicted in connection with the scheme under which some $2.5 million in false and fraudulent claims was paid out. Sentencing is scheduled for early next year. Brian Lucas NPR NEWS Washington that giant fire near Lake Tahoe in California now appears to be nearly 50% contained and fire crews that have spent the past 3.5 weeks battling the wildfire or a bit more upbeat. Officials say that containment lines for the calendar fire appeared to be holding. The Dow was down 269 points. This is NPR. A huge move for the predominantly Catholic country. Mexico's Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that penalizing abortion is unconstitutional from Cage's front terrace desk and almost see a Mexico Kendall Blust has more love league. Assume. Had a parakeet has made. Adidas Chief Justice Arturo's Andy Barr said the ruling is consistent with the court's position for more than a decade that abortion is a fundamental rate and that pregnant people must be guaranteed access to the procedure. The ruling came in response to a law in the northern state of Coahuila that punishes abortion at any stage of pregnancy. With up to three years in prison. In Mexico, abortion is legal in four out of 32 states. While the ruling won't immediately make the procedure widely available across Mexico, it could lead to the release of those jailed for having an abortion for NPR news. I'm Kendall blessed in Mosco, Mexico computer chip maker Intel now says it plans to invest upwards of €80 billion or just under 95 billion U. S. Dollars in boosting computer chip production in Europe over the next decade. California based company announcing today will open up its semiconductor plant in Ireland automakers and also will announce locations of two major European chip fabrication plants by year's end. Until back in March that a plan to open up its chip factories were outsiders to use. Intel is currently the biggest maker of processor chip for PCs and data centers. Increasingly complex vehicles require computer chips in the industry been suffering through a shortage. Gold Futures prices fell today. Oil down 94 cents a barrel to settle at 67 64 barrel in New York. I'm Jack Spear. NPR news in Washington. Support.
"third term" Discussed on KTRH
"In which someone else writes at your membership for you. Houston City Councilor Michael Kobayashi was a private bail bondsman by trade. You can see what happened as a result of the change in the bail industry in the last four years, and how crime is on the rise exponentially. GOP leaders now pledging an even stronger bill coming out of the special session. Nick Rank of introduced radio 7 40 Ktrh. Why it's needed homicides up 31% from last year in this city alone. As of yesterday, Houston had 190 murders so far in 2021. Compared to the same time period in 2020. Of 145, and that was setting a record. 70 three's air time former President Donald Trump he is weighing in on next year's Texas governor's race, fully endorsing Greg Abbott for a third term. In a statement. Trump called Abbott quote, a fighter and a great governor for the incredible people of Texas and avid thank Trump, saying the former president is a quote great friend of Texas. Several Republicans had lined up to run against Abbott in the primary next year, including a G commissioner, AG commissioner. Sorry AG commissioner said Miller. And there's also the also guys like Beto and McConnell. Hey, you know the other parties. Quite a few ripples are gonna be coming from this 70 three's air time mainstream media and cahoots with the Democrats. They have been forever. So why do recover? Republicans keep trying to win them over? Here's ktrh is Jeff Biggs. Yeah, that's a fair question. The left is all about image, and that's why it's bad Look when House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy gets into it with Marjorie Taylor Green like it happened last week. The GOP has to stop attacking each other. I mean, we can't let ourselves be drawn into internal bickering. That's just what the Democrats want. The game of the Democrat controlled media is to gen. Up outrage and we need to take back the agenda. Fox News contributor Elizabeth Ames, who also told Ktrh Republicans need some leadership from someone other than Trump. I honestly think that you'll never have unity. Each party has factions and you have to accept that someone who's smart strategic who will not reject Trump, who will welcome Trump but who will also be something that we need for the future. And sure, as Elizabeth told you and Jimmy earlier, just focus on the issues. Yeah. You know, we didn't talk to her about this trump endorsement of Abbott. But It sounds like exactly what she was describing. Maybe I don't know. Seven fours are time now. Here's a Republican who doesn't care about mainstream media adulation. Florida Governor Rhonda Sanders, who signed a bill banning biological males from competing and women's sports in his state. A lot of these women are gonna have opportunities to play in college. Some of them get college scholarships. But even short of that, this is these air, enjoyable experiences. They'll remember for the rest of their lives and just think how you feel to basically get cheated out of a victory. Santa's on Fox. Now a bill that would have done the same thing here in Texas. It failed. In our Texas Legislature during this session. Seven. Oh, five is our time. Texas Rangers HPD there now investigating After a child's body was found last night in a motel room in Jasper, Texas. HP chief Choi Thinner was tweeting, though they believe that to be the body of the missing six year old boy, Samuel Olson of Houston. Jasper police say a person's been just saying they didn't give any other details. Reports that Theresa Balboa She's the girlfriend of the Little boy's father is being questioned. As of now, we don't know how that little boy died and the body had apparently been in that motel for some time. 706 is our time Texas Governor Greg Abbott issuing a disaster declaration yesterday over our crisis at the border. That move gives this state more resource is to fight the problem. The bite administration gave us instead of going to the border. However, Secretary of State Antony Blinken was in Costa Rica. To discuss the root causes of Illegal immigration. Oh, they need money. It's a waste of time is pure ignorance, because all they got to do is reverse what they're doing. Go back to the truck policies. Yeah, that wasn't blinking that was a former acting ice director Tom Homan. Kamila Harris. The borders are 70 days now without going there are taking questions about it. And we warned you about this Dallas based American Airlines teaming up with the makers of Vera fly. It's an APP looks like a step toward vaccine passports. I don't think we've gotten to the point where we're talking about passports yet because nobody really knows exactly how that's gonna work. Paul Hartshorn with the Texas based Association of Professional Flight Attendants..
WAAM Talk 1600
"third term" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Lot from he's Oh, he's back. He's in the White House third term. Holder right now is ah Gammon on flapping his jaws. About. We need to hurry up and get a couple more justices on the Supreme Court and he's making a logic well, progressive logic driven argument for why it's necessary. Why it's totally constitutional, and we should do it immediately. It starts. Well, it's started already. Anyway. Let's get back into this with five minutes left. On this, uh, weaponization of murder virus, which is aiding and abetting the progressives and their move toward a secular heaven on earth in their minds, twisted minds, damage, reptile brain minds and Also toward a one world government. That's where we're headed, babe, let Ze top off this Dr Lee Merritt. And Alex. Uh, Alex Newman interview. It's N I C, vitamin C, vitamin D, zinc, selenium and corseted six things. And if you do that, you could improve your immune response and your immunity your own ability to fight this off and not get terribly sick. It's possible that they are going to come around with more dangerous things on the future, and then we need more than that. So that's why we have to pump we have toe. We have to get the truth out. People have toe push around the news that there we have treatment and patients are getting it. Which is sad. Patients are afraid to go to hospitals because they know they're not gonna get the right treatment. That is sad, but doctors and I would just make this 0.2 doctors Get it. If you're in training and you can't speak out, you're stuck. You're not. I don't fault you. I do fault everybody above that the people that are taking the money from Fauci, the people that are taking the money from the NIH that are willing to take that money and push from desert beer and kill people. Not because honestly killing them in there and disappear, But they're killing him by omitting treatment Early on, is outpatient that works. And the doctors below those that are out of training. They have to make a moral decision here because you can't We should be profile axing people in nursing homes. We could be saving lives for $5 a week we could be saving a lot of these old people. They don't want to those air those or what the they're considered kind of not contributory to society. That's where the Nazis went with this people. They're not worthy of living. We have to get over that. Because you're you guys, the doctors that are making the choice to be quiet, because, yeah, they got a mortgage. They got two kids and they don't want to lose the university salary. It's time to rethink your position. I think everybody needs toe in the medical community. We need to man up and be honest here. Then the information's out there. Don't tell me there's no evidence, you know they're lying to you about the evidence. If you really make any effort on the Internet, you can find the evidence. And if not, you can go to the I'm a frontline doctor. You can go to America's frontline. Doctors. Flds dot com You can go to the American Association of a PS online dot or the Association of American Positions of Surgeons and many other organizations are speaking up now. Excellent. Dr Mary. That's the last thing I was gonna ask you any final websites that people should visit the American Association of Physicians and Surgeons, which is a phenomenal group, the frontline doctors, any other groups and any parting words of wisdom for us, Dr Mary Well, there's the Barrington Declaration, and I'm mean there's just so much on there. If you just kind of go to alternative sites sought dot net has lots of good articles. I would say if you want to get out of the pandemic right now, it's really easy. You turn off your TV. You take off your mask and reopen your business and you live your life. You hug your relatives. You go see your old old relatives and you have neighborhood parties? Because let me tell you, we cannot live in a basement. Even if you think masks work. Don't do this to your Children. How many decades gonna do this live every winner every year in a mask for now on No, not doing any man. Master. Don't worry, man. Yeah. Well, Dr Mary, Thank you So much for spending some time with us. Thank you for sharing your incredible insights, folks. As Dr Lee, marriage, please share this video out. You know, just as well as I do is probably not gonna be up on YouTube very long or on Facebook. So, guys get this out. Send it to your friends to your relatives to your mailing list shared on alternative social media platforms. This information is absolutely critical. Folks. Lives are on the line Our freedom, maybe on the line. So help get this information out. Visit those websites and share it with everybody. You know, Dr Merritt, Thank you Once again, folks. Thank you for watching and God bless you all. Thank you, Alex. Thank you. I'm thinking this video Eyes gonna be upon Covic site. If it's not, I'm dialed in right now, but it needs to be up there on that is Ah, Let's fix stuff that orig America's frontline doctors rupture. And if you need information on this, you can get this this video. Get it over at bit shoot dot com It's b I t c h u t e bit shoot dot com It's got bio warfare and weaponization of medicine. Amid Cove it I stuck it up on my Facebook page, which I'm barred from being unfair, annexing Facebook, which has a much wider throw, but I'm I let's say tamped down. Facebook page, which is Hercules Jones. It's up there. Get this out to people. She referenced the Barrington Declaration. I put that up, Oh, months back, and it was immediately flagged as false information on Facebook that that's absurd. Just absurd. These days, as she said to this is this is this crucial? People are terrified. Many are afraid to go to the hospital. Nobody likes a little hospital anyway. But go to the hospital because I'm sick. Are they gonna tell me the truth? Are they giving me proper care? I mean these days, do you trust your doctor? Don't trust my doctor. I really don't And I don't. I don't know why you would trust yours when you think about it because you go to a doctor now, especially if they're in the U of M chain of protocol or ST Joe's. Ij. Whatever it's called there, Henry Ford. You name it, Beaumont. They're not going to give you Went after her on that what they call the portal. And face to face. They won't even dig in and do the homework. They don't even want to hear it and I go back to this is a stupid, simple argument. If Even if it doesn't work. What if it works? 10% of the time? Why wouldn't you give it to people? It's been around for. I don't know how many years of the 34 decades. People take it every day. In some cases, doctors right now are taking a proactive prophylactically. They won't tell you, but they are Many doctors wrote scripts for this back in the day when they were in 2020 going to say We can't take this anymore. They stacked it up and put in their house. I've heard that from doctors for their family because they know it works so back to even if let's say it works 10% of the time. Why wouldn't they give it to people? It's not harmful drug but they had to paint. It is harmful. So they started out with heart arrhythmia. Oh, yeah, You're gonna die of a heart attack. If you take that stuff. No, no, maybe just like any warning for any medication. That Z. I'm sure one of the side effects with some people but in the extreme minority The bottom line is and by the way, that's what my last doctor I talked to said. I said, You got to dig in and do the homework on this. It really works and it's got the efficacy of probably 80 90% and Hey, actually did write down the he was gonna look and see what the main I was saying. You can prescribe..
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"To, you know, kind of like this is the third term of Obama and you know what? I think we're going to see some friction there. Paris because Joe Biden had worked this hard to get to this position. I mean, he Rance couple times before he's been in Washington a long time. I'm sure there was a moment when President Obama first decided to run for president, where Joe Biden thought, you know, this guy's been in the Senate 150 days, and now he thinks he can run for president. And obviously ended up serving with him. But I think there's gonna be some friction there because I think Joe Biden's gonna want to do his own appointments on things and he's not just going to rubber stamp. He will be the president in a few hours. And he's not just gonna rubber stamp what they former Obama folks want. Well, I mean that the issue is so far. It has been a rubber stamp right before. It has been a lot more Obama than it has been Biden teas and a lot of Clinton. Hillary Clinton's influences well, but this has been this has been a claim. That has been throughout his entire campaign. It was who's actually running things. You know what is the religion that are you setting the agenda? Joe Biden as the President elect, four is really a LSI Speaker Pelosi. Out in the radical left faction of the Democrat Party that seems to be driving the agenda. That's going to be the real question here for the Democrats right now. Are you gonna be a party that is going to be more like with a radical liberal left? Or you're going to be a party that is mainstream, moderate that it wants to unite the country and welcome Republican. So far, we haven't seen the ladder. Paris. Denard Appreciate you being with us as always, and I'm sure we're gonna be talking a lot over the next four years. Thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you. Thank you. And you know there are things that the Democrats are going to have to deal with right off the bat and I'm looking for a speech. I hope it's not going to be a speech for the base of the Democratic Party. It's going to be a speech of how they are going to reach out to the 74 million. How they're going to bridge the gap between 81 million in the 74 million because I think that it can be done. I don't know if Joe Biden is the guy to do it. You know, I've said that he's kind of the Alka Seltzer in this situation, but we will see what happens. We did have a text that came in that said, I'm a little upset that President Trump did not pardon a sand and Snowden But I may But I read that he may have been threatened by McConnell, Dustin in Cleveland. Dustin. I heard that too, that McConnell said. You know, you definitely are gonna have a trial. If you pardon these two guys. But these two guys, whether you like him or not, and I don't like their policy. I don't like you know their politics. They only told the truth. They got ahold of documents, and they released them. I think they were easily about it. Okay, but they still were not passing.
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