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"thomas hardiman" Discussed on KOMO
"This point as bread cavanaugh and thomas hardiman but that doesn't necessarily rule out raymond catholic and amy coney barrett tell us about these folks that seem to be in the running for this fake sure well bred cavenaugh and karma hardiman or early fifties both bend on the circuit court of appeals a dc circuit for kevin on the sixth the third circuit for argument for about a decade so they've got a paper trail and then when you factor amy conybeare barrett into the mix she's only forty six years old she's been on the seventh circuit only about eight months so she does not have much of a paper trail and the final candidate raymond catholic he's fifty one on the sense sixth circuit for about a decade so the question is which of these would have the smoothest way to being confirmed that's what the president's going to be looking at i think because he has no margin for error he's got fifty one republicans in the senate one of them john mccain may not be able to vote because of his health and as a result not a single republican could drop off of the support list although as possible a couple of red state democrats who are facing tough election campaigns in november might vote for the nominee wells you touch on this is not just about the law politics are involved in fact senate majority leader mitch mcconnell this afternoon with some comments that liberals may have taken some exception to hear those we should evaluate this presence fairly based on his or her qualifications and we should treat the process with respect and dignity that it deserves well i think it's fair to say many on the left would respond to those comments would two words merrick garland that's gonna certainly add fuel to the fire of a confirmation process although neal gorsuch it seemed got through rather smoothly the first justice appointed by president trump that's right and of course so the democrats when they first heard that the president was going to propose a nominee said hey let's wait until the midterms are over let's allow the people to speak on all of these big issues that might affect the supreme court but the president does have the votes to go ahead and bring this to a head but the democrats are going to be looking very carefully at the nominee and trying to get the president's choice to talk in specifics about roe versus wade abortion rights reproductive rights for women in general it's been very difficult in recent years to get nominees to talk much about such controversial issues but you can bet the democrats will try this time from what you know royal about these folks is there one that clearly stands out as the the most moderate if you will the the one that is the centrist of the group probably brad kavanagh he did work in the department of justice under president george w bush and that's actually a strike against him in the minds of many conservatives because there's no love lost between president trump and the bush family so the in that sense he might be the least favorite among the federalist society and tea party type folks that probably would leave raymond catholic and thomas hardiman as the more likely choices because amy barrett might be seen as too much of a lightning rod because of her strong roman catholic faith and some of her writings that suggest that there might be some hostility to roe versus wade connect with abc news legal analyst royal oaks royal thanks so much for your time and your insight do you bet thanks senate majority leader mitch mcconnell is accusing democratic lawmakers of crying wolf over president trump's upcoming pick to the us supreme court but as far left groups they signed scott tactics for over forty years senate minority leader chuck schumer says the views of the next us supreme court nominee will determine if the senate.
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"The boaters north to northwest wins five ten nazis won the two feet there'll be a light shop on bay waters watch for red tide southern sarasota county i'm news channel chief meteorologist steve for newsradio nine seventy wfl a fox news radio i'm steve rappoport president trump moments away from unveiling his supreme court pick amy coney barrett reportedly in indiana tonight crossing her off the list of finalists the president said to have narrowed his choice down to three federal judges brett kavanagh raymond catholic and thomas hardiman democrats hope to block the president's choice their only option is to convince at least one republican senator to break ranks and vote against the president's nominee fox's john decker at the white house youtube cracking down on the spread of fake news clip promoting a conspiracy theory claiming a parkland florida shooting survivor was a crisis dr quickly became a top trending video on the site to prevent this from happening again youtube executives say they will make a thorn native new sources on the platform more prominent especially following violent acts natural disasters or other major happenings fox's kristin goodwin fox news.
"thomas hardiman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The four finalists that we've seen on president trump's shortlists are brett cabin amy coney barrett raymond catholic and thomas hardiman and all of them are expected to be more conservative than anthony kennedy yeah republicans senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says predictably expect to hear how they'll detroi arrive or demolish american healthcare are road our country and some other fictional democratic leader chuck schumer portable health care and a woman's freedom to make sensitive healthcare decisions hang in the balance with this nominee yeah us president trump says that he believed well let me let me go here tell you what's coming up with our programming will carry president trump's presentation and we'll have live reaction our coverage begins at about fifty minutes from right now about ten minutes before the hour the president is due to make his announce smith at the top of the hour and then we will have a live coverage summing up what he has done and where we're going in the future meanwhile he says today that he believes president trump that north korea's kim jong un will stick to a promise to give up his nuclear weapons he says honoring the contract he signed with a north korea us talks stumbling around what is next well bloomberg's bill ferris says us secretary state mike pompeo has some judging to do he asked the balances demand from the president to get results quickly and north korea's interests which are frankly not on denuclearization so much as perhaps getting sanctions lifted getting a peace deal for the korean peninsula and seeing us troop levels decline several lower level meetings are scheduled for this week thai officials hope for another good day of rescue today as things move more quickly than they predicted yesterday four more boys rescued their facebook post said two days ate boars referring to the team name five silhouette rescue which is dependent much on the weather uk prime minister theresa may's battled today to stave off full blown crisis after three ministers quit within twenty four hours the latest foreign secretary boris johnson she had to face the house of commons today.
"thomas hardiman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The most important decisions of president can make and tonight the stakes are even higher president trump will announce his nominee to replace retiring justice anthony kennedy who has often been the key fifth vote a landmark decisions like same sex marriage the pit could change the makeup of the supreme court for decades to come already political forces are bracing for a contentious confirmation battle we get a preview now from both ends of pennsylvania avenue are john yang is that the white house lisa desjardins is on capitol hill hello to both of you so john you're at the white house what's the latest while judy where reliably told that the president made his final decision earlier today but anyone who knows what that decision is isn't talking at least not to us sunday the president said he had narrowed it down to four all conservative appeals court judges they are raymond the raymond catholic amy coney garrett brett cavenaugh and thomas hardiman the youngest of them is forty six the oldest fifty three so any one of them would likely serve on the court for some years to come they all have their backers and detractors social conservatives like barrett legal conservatives are pushing cavenaugh senate majority leader mitch mcconnell reportedly has let it be known that he thinks cavenaugh and catholics would have the easiest paths to confirmation in the senate and hardiman already has the backing of someone named trump the president sister maryanne trump barrier retired federal court judge who served with all the appeals court earlier today rudy giuliani one of the president's personal attorneys told our newshour collie your michel cinder he thought it would be hardiman but he said quickly that he didn't know for sure we will know the president's choice soon and then it will be up to the senate to advise and consent and lisa that brings us to you this does come down to senate confirmation what are you hearing from senate republicans that's right for senate republicans this is actually a joyous day it's as if they just have to figure out which of the players from their team gets promoted to the nfl they all have their favorite choices as john was saying but from this viewpoint in the senate judy they believe the easiest choices to go through here would be judges hardiman.
"thomas hardiman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Of the program in less than five hours the president of the united states donald trump will announce his supreme court choice to replace justice kennedy we have about well for real people i think that are on the list that's amy barrett of indiana thomas hardiman of pennsylvania brad kavanagh who seem last week to be the front runner of maryland raymond catholic of michigan and we just heard a little bit of rumblings about judge joan larson not sure if this is a head fake from the president or not he's been known like to keep his choices and his decisions close to the vest and joining us now for some insight into all of this and by the way is the author of the new york times bestseller the second biggest selling book trump's america the truth about our nation's great comeback congratulations it seems like everybody wants your insight into the mind of donald trump no in this way because you get to filter it through the prism of your of you being a professor at heart i've said that many times in my life and that your knowledge of history is second to none and you're looking at his presidency is transformative and i totally agree with you and tonight's choice will be important for would ultimately becomes donald trump's legacy yeah and i think it's important to put this in context second donald trump tonight's going to keep his work when important to remember this after all the griping in the liberal media but the fact is trump campaign on appointing conservative judges he has consistently now for almost two years appointed conservative judges he had a list that was developed with the help of the heritage foundation on the federalist society and leonard leo of really solid jurists who would make great supreme court nominees he picks neal gorsuch off that particular list i'm confident that whoever he picks that's an important thing remers writing the right person is it the perfect person are the three things if somebody doesn't like about him but this is going to be a solid conservative it's kind of a one more step towards are returning the courts to interpreting the constitution instead of rewriting it and that's an amazing achievement and this is one of the greatest achievements of the trump presidency and tonight you know i agree with you he he personally loves the.
"thomas hardiman" Discussed on KTRH
"Of the program in less than five hours the president of the united states donald trump will announce his supreme court choice to replace justice kennedy we have about well for real people i think that are on the list that's amy barrett of indiana thomas hardiman of pennsylvania brad kavanagh who seem last week to be the front runner of maryland raymond catholic of michigan and we just heard a little bit of rumblings about judge joan larsen not sure if this is a head fake from the president or not he's been known alike to keep his choices and his decisions close to the vest and joining us now for some insight into all of this and by the way is the author of the new york times bestseller the second biggest selling book trump's america the truth about our nation's great comeback congratulations it seems like everybody wants your insight into the mind of donald trump no in this way because you get to filter it through the prism of your of you being a professor at heart i've said that many times in my life and that your knowledge of history is second to none and you're looking at his presidency is transformative and i totally agree with you and tonight's choice will be important for would ultimately becomes donald trump's legacy and i think it's important to put this in context second donald trump tonight's going to keep his work is important to remember this after all the griping in the liberal media but the fact is trump campaigned on appointing conservative judges he has consistently now for almost two years appointed conservative judges he had a list that was developed with the help of the heritage foundation on the federalist society and leonard leo of really solid jurists who would make great supreme court nominees he picks neal gorsuch that particular list i'm confident that whoever he picks that's an important thing demos is it the right person is the perfect person are the three things if somebody doesn't like about him but the key is this is going to be a solid conservative it's kind of a one more step towards are returning the courts to interpreting the constitution instead of rewriting it and that's an amazing achievement and this is one of the great achievements of the trump presidency and tonight you know i agree with you he he personally loves the.
"thomas hardiman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The likely goal of crashing into the us capitol instead passengers fought back in the plane went down in a field in shanksville the final phase of the memorial is on track to open on the seventeenth anniversary of the attacks i'm julie walker at least fifty immigrant children under five will be released with their parents by tuesday's court ordered deadline for the trump administration to reunify families separated after they crossed the border illegally that's about half of the one hundred or so covered by the court order at the hearing in san diego a justice department lawyer said the government was still working to background checks in to confirm relationships between the adults and children in its custody the president told reporters yesterday he's still narrowing his supreme court choices down but said with his final four options you can't go wrong washington correspondent saga megani reports the president trump is laying low marine guard is on post at a doorway leading from the north driveway here at the white house meaning the president is in the west wing but he has no public events before the prime time veiling there is also note daily news briefing at a white house aides were ordered to keep tonight's details under wraps ahead of the announcement finalists believed to be federal appeals judges brad kavanagh brett cavenaugh raymond catholic amy coney barrett and thomas hardiman president trump announces his picked to replace the retiring justice anthony kennedy at nine o'clock eastern time tonight the dow up now three fifteen townhall news my story includes multiple physical emotional affairs everyday men's struggle with sexual integrity impure thoughts strip clubs pornography my wife found out that i had to trade her sheep insisted that i would go every man's battle i had some idea perhaps expect but i had no idea that it would have the impact on me that it did there's just something about the way that you meet in the large group and then the smaller breakout groups in.
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"Hi carol nine o'clock tonight wall street time isn't president trump announces his pick to succeed anthony kennedy on the us supreme court sources tell bloomberg appeals judge thomas hardiman is solidly in the mix also judges brad kavanagh amy coney barrett and raymond catholic bloomberg supreme court reporter greg stohr says whomever the president chooses is likely to be a reliable conservative both parties and especially the republicans have gotten very very good at picking the type of justice who will be reliable vote for them down the road we don't see as much shift these days bloomberg radio we'll have live coverage of president trump's announcement again it begins at nine o'clock wall street time the face of brexit is out boris johnson has resigned as prime minister theresa may's foreign secretary hours after brexit secretary david davis did the same may is standing firm though on her strategy for leaving the eu the proposal that will take back control of our borders our money and but do so do so in a way that protects jocks allows us to strike new trade deals through an independent trade policy and keep people safe and our union together in his resignation letter johnson accused may have raising the white flag of surrender into goshi with the eu at wimbledon raphael nee dow roger federer and serena williams advanced to the quarterfinals federer did it in straightsets one more those and he'll beat his own record winning streak at the all england club global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm nathan hager this is bloomberg thanks nathan now with our other top stories i'm emma chandra is teaming up with line to rent out scooters through in tap line service let's customers renske uses and then leave them on the sidewalk for the next person to pick up uber's investment is part of a three hundred and thirty five million dollar financing round alphabets venture arm is leading the deal which values the scooter business at one point one billion dollars details of the.
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"President trump goes prime time to announce his next nominee to the supreme court correspondent karen travers says the big reveal will come tonight president trump isn't giving any clues on what direction is thinking of going with his supreme court nominee on sunday he told reporters he was getting close to making his final decision let's say four people excellent everyone you can't go wrong but i'm getting very close to make a final decision thursday the president's shortlist is down to the following four judges brad kavanagh thomas hardiman amy coney barrett and raymond catholic new york times reports the president appears to have narrowed it down to capitol and hardiman quoting people familiar with discussions the president has been having today once the nominee is announced the senate gets away in here's correspondent saga megani the nominee's confirmation hearing will be before the senate judiciary committee where connecticut's richard blumenthal says the questionings usually differential and courteous but the gloves are off no more business as usual blumenthal says the conservation vote will shape the nation's constitutional underpinnings for years and maybe generations fellow democrat chris murphy says it's not a given the president's nominee will get through the gop controlled senate noting just enough republicans stood up to preserve the obama healthcare bill we've got to do the same thing you can hear the president live tonight here on ten ten wins at nine o'clock president trump's longtime personal driver is suing him claiming that he was stiffed on years of back wages according to the lawsuit knoll cintron had to drive around the president and members of his family and his business associates or between fifty and fifty five hours a week he's asking for three hundred fifty thousand dollars in back overtime interest and legal fees no comment yet from.
"thomas hardiman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Are the top stories at one twenty governor snyder now getting involved over accusations that state attorney general bill schutte used his office for personal gain snyder is calling for an investigation a week after the ingham county prosecutor referred a request for a grand jury investigation to the fbi word of the investigation comes a month before the primary election in which schutte is running against three other republicans for governor president trump is going to announce his pick to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy tonight at nine pm the four names at the top of the list are brett cavenaugh raymond catholic from michigan amy komi barrett and thomas hardiman connecticut senator richard blumenthal democrat says the list of judges will allow states to create very restrictive laws on abortion although no cases are before the supreme court i'm such case and they he says that they will support it if it reaches the supreme court it opens the door for a slew of state laws that put reproductive rights out of reach as a practical matter we will have live coverage here on w w j tonight beginning at nine o'clock wwe news time is now one twentyone the michigan supreme court is taking a look at a judge's home visit in a parental rights case the court is considering whether it's appropriate for a judge to see the conditions of a home before terminating someone's parental rights with the court set to hear arguments in the months ahead a judge had terminated the parental rights of a couple whose daughter has a chronic kidney disease you made the decision based partly on a personal visit to the home there he was joined by lawyers from both sides but they weren't allowed to ask questions or explained the conditions of the mobile home the appeals court says the visit isn't permitted under law firm the termination of parental rights jean matthews doubled up james radio nine fifty wwe news time is now one twenty two breaking records this is dave ross on the cbs news radio.
"thomas hardiman" Discussed on KOMO
"At the editor's stance at least eight boys are now safe after being rescued from a flooded cave in thailand rescue efforts are set to continue divers rescued four boys yesterday and four more today it's been more than two weeks that about a dozen members of a soccer team and their coach got trapped in a cave complex the rescued boys have been rushed to hospitals they're being treated for dehydration malnutrition and other effects have been trapped underground for fifteen days the president will name his supreme court nominee tonight and he says his shortlist to replace justice anthony kennedy remains at four abc's david wright has the update the president getting ready to board air force one said he hasn't yet settled on his supreme court pick let's say it's the four people but excellent everyone you can't go wrong but getting very close to make a final one of these four judges could tip the balance on the supreme court for a generation the nineteen seventythree decision that legalized abortion is just one of many issues hangs in the balance it's a big judge brad kavanagh was asked about it at his confirmation hearings to the dc court of appeals i would follow roe v wade faithfully and fully would be finding precedent the court that may be one reason why senator mitch mcconnell reportedly says cavanaugh may have a tough time getting confirmed judge raymond catholic has never spoken publicly about his views on roe v wade neither has judge thomas hardiman judge amy coney barrett has said she'd have no interest in challenging the overall precedent robie wade but says she could envision the scope of abortion rights changing she's a devout catholic with seven children two of them adopted from haiti personal church affiliation or my religious belief would not bear in the discharge of my duties as a judge the president's decision but whoever he picks must be confirmed by the senate you can hear the president makes his announcement live tonight at.
"thomas hardiman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Over two weeks in a flooded cave in northern thailand brought out today bringing to eight the number extracted and the high stakes rescue operation officials say operations have halt for now to give rescue divers a break and also to replenish supplies of air throughout the cave system for boys in the coach remain inside the cave authorities have been rushing to extract the boys and their coach has the annual monsoon bears down on that region president trump will make his pick to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy tonight trump telling reporters said as of sunday afternoon he's still hadn't narrowed his choices down to one candidate but says there are four final options that you can't go wrong with those are believed to be federal appeals judges brad kavanagh raymond catholic amy coney barrett and thomas hardiman we will carry the president's address live our live coverage beginning at eight o'clock tonight here on wls indiana attorney general curtis hill digging in and rejecting calls to resign saying his name is being dragged through the gutter amid allegations that he inappropriately touched a lawmaker and several other women curtis says he stands falsely publicly accused of this behavior he says he's been unfairly treated the governor there has asked him to resign wls news time nine thirty to the worst of it right now kennedy in thirty three o'hare to downtown twenty eight and on the ike wolf to the post office and the stevenson thirty six tristate to the dry next update about fifteen minutes more chris plante on the way next news update at ten i'm nick gale wls am eight ninety news fast informative i'm not the one that gets a manicure on a regular basis i did that for.
"thomas hardiman" Discussed on WRVA
"To help i was running toward the building and all sudden it's like a bomb centigrade state police say one person died inside the home and they are working to locate and identify the pilot of the are forty four chopper president trump said to announce his replacement tonight for anthony kennedy on the supreme court the president said to be down to four finalists who could reshape roe versus wade the landmark decision legalizing abortion abc's david ryan on the four and their views brett cabinet was asked about it at his confirmation hearings to the dc court of appeals i would follow roe v wade faith and fully that'd be finding precedent in the court that may be one reason why senator mitch mcconnell reportedly says cavanaugh may have a tough time getting confirmed judge raymond catholic has never spoken publicly about his views on roe v wade neither has judge thomas hardiman judge amy coney barrett has said she'd have no interest in challenging the overall president of roe v wade but says she could envision the scope of abortion rights changing she's a devout catholic with seven children two of them adopted from haiti personal church affiliation or my religious belief would not bear in the discharge of my duties as a judge who's working to bring out more boys from a flooded cave in thailand rescuing four of the twelve boy sunday they in their twenty five year old soccer coach you've been trapped for two weeks we're hearing a fifth boy has been brought out abc's madman on their risky operation diapers using a buddy system to haul the boys out to diverse oh boy tether holding the team together the idea to reduce the risk of the boys getting lost in the fastflowing dark waters the exhausting trek as long as six hours just to reach the boys and the nearly at the same time to get out the risks punctuated by the death thursday of a tiny abc who ran out of air in one of the flooded caverns a british woman who was poisoned by these same nerve agent that second former russian spy and his adult daughter has died police calling the death of dawn sturgis murder investigators believe sturgis in her boyfriend who is in critical condition touch tonight him and tamminen with nova chalk a richmond bookstore owner says he called police after a woman confronted steve bannon the owner of the black swan in the fan tells the times dispatch the woman called the former white house chief strategist a piece of trash bannon grew up in richmond and man and the wasp top the the box office with an estimated weekend take of seventy six million dollars actually hurt will happen to you could be goals from walls and stuff now's wants to take over the world or whatever to believe that our you would turn the us do.
Starbucks to scrap plastic straws globally by 2020
"From the one jet news desk here's paul rasmussen here's something good to start monday off with they've taken another person from that cave in thailand will have a cbs news special report flooding in japan after serious heavy rains there severe weather and follow up on what's happening in millville with the mayor who just spoke to larry moments ago about the flood cleanup there and if you haven't heard yet thomas hardiman who was a candidate the last time around the president was picking supreme court nominees that pittsburgh based judge federal judge is now another finalist for the new opening that's coming up at seven thirty on newsradio ten twenty katie k and you gave me the heads up on this from starbucks citing the environmental threat to oceans they will ban plastic straws from all of their stores globally in less than two years so starbucks becomes the largest food and beverage company operating globally to do this and they just announced this this morning they're making straw lids available to the eight thousand stores that they have in the us and canada for certain drinks wow so what's old is new remember the you know the the regular recital guess it's recyclable paper stress that only lasts right yeah this is when starbucks does something that's usually a trendsetter while to give people an idea starbucks estimates the switch will eliminate more than one billion plastic straws a year that they currently use so a lot of plastic if you want plastics trial you'll have to hold your own thanks entertainment news in hollywood here's ross crystal it's.
British woman dies after exposure to nerve agent, police say
"President didn't name who these options are top contenders according to all sources are federal appeals judges brett kavanagh raymond catholic amy coney barrett and thomas hardiman nev cbs news time six thirty four british police launching a murder probe after a woman died from exposure to the same nerve agent that poisoned an ex russian spy and his daughter last march four year old don sturgis died yesterday eight days after police believe she touched a contaminated object left over from the original attack her boyfriend charlie rally was also exposed he's in critical condition more from the bbc's katie austin now the search continues to find out how the canes be contaminated they haven't yet found was that it's believed they touched we know that hundred terrorism officers are helping police with our investigations with a number of sites and we and eynesbury still cordoned off prime minister theresa may vowing to get to the bottom of the cage says it's being treated as a homicide six thirty four wcbs news time people on oxygen need to have the power supply going to keep the oxygen flowing but it got cut off in newark went horribly wrong and a woman died let's get live update on that now from wcbs reporter sean adam sean outrage anger and bitter resentment of newark family believes beloved mother and grandmother should still be alive sixty eight year old linda daniels was in delicate health she received hospice care and she needed any lead trick powered oxygen device to breathe she died thursday from congestive heart failure in her dark hot home just hours after pse and g had cut the power for unpaid bills her family says she struggled to breathe in the extreme heat pse and g in a statement to the star ledger says they cut the power following months of nonpayment multiple warnings had been sent the family claims linda daniels had just made a five hundred dollar payment two days earlier pse and g also says he was not aware of the dire medical situation until after the power had been severed the family disputes that wayne cheryl harvey weinstein is back in court today facing a new round of sexual assault charges involving a third woman weinstein's accuser has not been publicly identified but these new charges aligned with an accusation made last fall by a former weinstein company production assistant who said she was assaulted in two thousand and six in what appeared to be a child's bedroom in weinstein's manhattan apartment the updated.
"thomas hardiman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"While president trump didn't name the four we know the top contenders include federal appeals court judges brad kavanagh raymond catholic amy coney barrett and thomas hardiman the us ambassador to nato says she hopes president trump's upcoming sit down with russian president vladimir putin convinces russia to change its behavior ambassador k bailey hutchinson outlined the objectives for president trump's visit to the nato summit in brussels we are seeing russia with malign activities on so many fronts right now especially the hybrid area where they are through social media sewing discontent and even false information to try to divide our allies and take them away from the west and toward some dissidents and then hopefully they think influenced by them they're also doing things like the terrible attack the nerve agent attack and great britain there supporting syrian dictator who is using chemical weapons on his own people to kill even children and on and on and on they are also in violation of the very important imf treaty with the united states they are not supposed to be building ballistic missiles at an intermediate range but they are and we know they are so there are so many areas where they they are working against the interests of freedom and democracies and peace in the world and it is a big it's a big part of our deterrence effort to keep them from taking over sovereign nations as they did in the ukraine when they took crimea in two thousand fourteen that audio courtesy of cbs hutchinson says she'd like to see russia become more friendly toward nato and the west and possibly become a us ally and trading partner congressman is denying claims that he knew two decades ago of abuse allegations against in ohio state team doctor republican representative jim jordan again told fox news.
One Hundred Billion Dollars, Fifty Billion Dollar and Eight Percent discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"A risks from trade tensions but that won't shake its decision to end asset purchases later this year as according to ecb executive board member corps spoke exclusively to bloomberg from france or we're not complacent on the possible risks fullfledged trade war would be bad for the world economy starting with the us away so the first victim would the us jobs us workers and we very much doesn't happen ecb executive board member corps tells us a further escalation of tariffs could do serious damage to business confidence we also hear from president mario draghi today he makes your march at nine am wall street time chairs xiaomi debuted in hong kong today against the backdrop of those global trade tensions the chinese smartphone maker saw its stock fall more than one percent in its first day of trading bloomberg's stephen engle has more from hong kong shares fell right out of the gates here on its ipo in the hong kong stock exchange lot of uncertainty about this company and its lofty valuation also the true nature of its business is it more of a low margin handset manufacturer or is it like the chairman late june says a broader internet services company on the one hand xiaomi is now a fifty billion dollar company the third largest in the world for handset manufacturers but it's a far cry of an earlier estimate last year of a valuation upwards of one hundred billion dollars stephen engle bloomberg news uncle stephen thank you as for other assets in asia today stocks currencies commodities some bonds all posted solid gains bloomberg's juliette sally reports from our singapore bureau china's currency rose against the dollah one week after the country's officials emphasized they wouldn't be using you want as a trade policy weapon the csi three hundred of large cap stocks in china closed high by two point eight percent to three thousand four hundred and fifty nine points a solid session for japanese stokes engineering and construction firms rallying after the floods damn but nissan took a hitch on reports it falsified inspection data on exhaust ratings the start closing down at four and a half percent in tokyo two thousand and three yen in singapore and juliette solly bloomberg daybreak chillier thank you and we're now getting more details from nissan and press conference this morning the company said it found misconduct in exhaust emissions and fuel economy measurement tests said it's to penn plants nissan reported the results to japan's transport ministry today and says a full investigation is underway futures this morning are moving higher with us in p futures up nine points dow futures up ninety eight nasdaq futures up twenty six and straight ahead we have the latest world and national news this is bloomberg and karen that brings us to five oh seven on wall screech decisions decisions at the supreme court let's bring in bloomberg's michael barr with the latest good morning michael good morning bob he was the first runner up a year ago now judge thomas hardiman seems to be a strong contender to be president trump's second pick for the supreme court that's according to three people familiar with the process other finalists are said to be appeals court judges brad kavanagh amy coney barrett and raymond catholic trump said yesterday as he was boarding air force one daddy would finalize his decision by noon today i'm getting very close decision i believe this person will do a great job trump will make his official announcement at nine pm wall street time tired authorities said.
"thomas hardiman" Discussed on KDOW
"Sunday the nomination is going to be a nightmare for democrats from republican leaning states all these people are highly qualified ben on the court know what they're doing mainstream judges so democrats are gonna have a very hard decision and i hope every republican or rally behind these pigs because there are all outstanding the top contenders are believed to be federal appeals judges bread cabinet remained catholic amy coney barrett and thomas hardiman also what sr in news dot com the eight boys in their coach still in limbo is preparing to resume extractions of a youth soccer team from flooded cave in thailand a day after four the teammates were rescued dangerous mission began sunday with rain threatening to raise water levels inside the cave where the team has been stranded for two weeks there was heavy but brief downpour monday morning new oxygen tanks are being placed before the second stage the rescue effort begins correspondent charles de la desma says north korea statement coming so soon after secretary of state mike pompeo's visit this weekend his short to fuel growing skepticism of kim jong un's seriousness about his nuclear program secretary of state compared says people are going to make stray comments often meetings and if he paid attention to the press he goes nuts speaking after meeting with his japanese and south korean counterparts in tokyo pompeo says his two days of talks in pyongyang could be productive and conducted in good faith but following the stinging commentary from the north he allowed that the goal of denuclearization in the north would be difficult and that much work remains pets charles de la desma central alarm how can i help you hi i installed my alarm system myself along the video doorbell.
"thomas hardiman" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Role have included federal appeals court judges brett cavenaugh raymond catholic amy coney barrett and thomas hardiman the white house has been preparing information materials on all four of them they were part of a long list of twenty five names vetted by conservative groups nbc's meet the press democratic senator dick durbin criticized the senate majority leader's handling of supreme court nominees senator mcconnell invented this new rule and wouldn't even sitter a meeting with merrick garland who saying we've got to hurry through here get this done before the election totally inconsistent he's either wrong the first time the second time the net result is he's trying to play to his political advantage democrats concerned trump's paypal lied to the court reversing several key decisions that up to now have been considered settled law including the roe v wade decision on abortion wins news time one of seven rudy giuliani is talking again and pushing back the special counsels powers to hassle his client president trump more from guardsmen brian clark before president trump agrees to sit down for an interview with special counsel robert muller his attorney rudy giuliani on abc's this week says the special counsel must show evidence the president committed a crime we've been through everything on collusion and obstruction we can't find an incriminating anything and we need a basis for this investigation giuliani knowledge to the new york times on friday this special counsels teams unlikely to accept such a demand there's been no comment from robert muller's office later on cnn state of the union juliana confirmed that the white house contested a special counsel request to interview chief of staff john kelly meanwhile the president will depart tuesday for a week long trip to europe including a meeting with russian president vladimir putin in helsinki wins news time one oh eight secretary of state mike pompeo's been updating his japanese and south korean counterparts negotiations that north korea has characterized as regrettable people are gonna make comments after meeting secretary of state mike pompeo shrugged off north korea's accusation of gangster like demands during the follow up talks to last month summit between president trump and kim jong un i am counting on chairman kim to be determined to follow through on the commitment that he may meanwhile senator lindsey graham tells fox news sunday he has an idea who's behind the north's harsh rhetoric and why i say china's hands all over this we're in a fight with china i would not let china north korea to back me off on the trade dispute correspondent ben thomas reporting wins news time one oh nine now who page from the diary of flo dear diary there's something about protecting people's homes through progressive that inspires me 'cause i just had an idea for a book well it was originally an idea for a movie based on a play inspired by a podcast but the idea.
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"His effort to save a second girl who was struggling in the water to was kind of in shock and scared so just only eight we're gonna be fine we dying tonight and she smiled mondays vigil will be held at the beach at six pm pam jones wgn news with president trump announcing his pick for the supreme court later monday multiple sources telling abc news the final four individuals that he's considering our judges brett cavenaugh thomas hardiman amy coney barrett and raymond kessler abc's johnson says we've also learned there's four different public relations campaigns that are planned so that the administration is fully prepared when the president makes his final decision white house has a full plan right now that they have been prepping briefing books documents they have binders ready to go they even cut television ads that they have a plan to run in several states to support the nominee that's abc's johnson tucci reporting from washington nor arrested at a protest that shut down on northbound lanes of the dan ryan saturday from seventy six to sixty seven protesters carried banners demanding commonsense gun laws better schools jobs mayoral candidate garry mccarthy says he supports the decision by you'll annoys state police director leo schmitz allowing the march to proceed on the northbound lanes professionally knows what he's doing and i trust leo's judgment that that was the call it needed to be made right there on highway mccarthy.
"thomas hardiman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A low of sixty four sunshine tomorrow with a high of ninety one sunshine expected on tuesday but there will be a chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms will see highs of ninety sunshine on wednesday a little bit cooler with a high of eighty five that's your forecast from seven hundred wwl w radar shows no precipitation at this time it's eighty nine degrees right now on the eve of the president announcing his pick for the supreme court multiple sources tell abc news that the final four individuals that trump is considering our judges brett cavanaugh thomas hardiman amy coney barrett and raymond catholic wants the president makes his final decision it'll be up to the white house counsel's office to shepherd this nomination through over in the senate the democrats don't really have the numbers to hold this up their only hope would be to flip one or two moderate republicans but they'd have to keep all democrats from breaking ranks and that's a long shot let's abc's david bright after the latest nuclear talks in north korea and the us maintaining hard line on sanctions against north korea saying they will be enforced with great vigor that promise as secretary of state mike pompeo response to north korea's criticism of his stance on denuclearization asian secretary of state mike pompeo drawing a line in the sand telling the north koreans if they think his demands for denuclearization are gangster like he's got plenty of company if those requests were gangster like there the the world is a gangster pompeo still insists that this weekend's talked had north korea reaffirming its commitment to complete denuclearisation nets abc's tara palmeri tropical storm chris is forming off the coast of north carolina chris the third name storm of the season formed early sunday the storm is currently nearly.
Trump says he'll announce Supreme Court nominee Monday
"At the town five thirty good morning hi mitch levy during the prime time address monday night president trump expected to announce his pick for the supreme court he's been going over his options while out his golf club in bedminster new jersey this weekend correspondent david wright reports there's a new indication that his choice may be a woman senator orrin hatch the top republican on the judiciary committee wrote an op ed for utah newspaper any pointedly used the feminine pronoun talking about her confirmation challenges well there's only one woman's name thought to be on that list as judge amy barrett of the seventh circuit court of appeals she's a favorite among conservatives not clear if hatch was expressing his own preference or if he has some inside knowledge the president's other top contenders include federal appeals court judges brett cavenaugh and raymond kettle with federal appeals court judge thomas hardiman along shot who is still considered to be in the mix wins news time five thirty and we go now to the ramtruck traffic center adheres brian britain mitch good morning we begin in the bronx northbound hutchinson river parkway we've got two lanes knocked out between east tremont avenue in westchester avenue this is the same construction project they did yesterday just on the northbound side today also scheduled fifteen minute intermittent closures on the northbound hajjah through eleven am later this morning if you're making that northbound track right now volume is really light so you're making your way through the construction zone just fine but there's going to get a little bit busier as the morning goes on looks like the local detour takes you off the haja east tremont avenue if you'd rather do that in manhattan adam clayton powell junior boulevard actually in harlem shutdown between one hundred and twenty seventh and one hundred and twenty sixth street we have an accident investigation here's what we see on long island's big three quiet lie northern state southern state moving beautifully this early sunday morning no problems meta broke down to the beach down the shore here in jersey got a good ride on the parkway turnpike looking very quiet as well and finally here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels for the most part all in fine shape even with construction the inbound gw bridge looks good upper level into town three right lanes are shut down until ten traffic and transit every ten minutes on the one's breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen i'm brian britain on ten ten wins wins news time five thirty two and.
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"To memphis an iheartradio station mixed signals i'm choking euro fox news secretary of state mike pompeo's in tokyo after leading us delegation for talks and north korea calling the discussions productive but north korea describes him as regrettable secretary of state before leaving pyongyang addressed reporters on the tarmac there he said the us in north korea made progress on central issues the secretary then got on his plane arrived in tokyo and then north korea's foreign ministry released that statement on what it calls the regrettable attitude and demands from the united states negotiators the statement though also included a message from kim jong un's office saying the chairman and president trump establish trust in singapore last month and that he expects that will continue as negotiations progress five red johnson in tokyo president trump is terming downing's final list before he announces his nominee to the us supreme court monday night four remaining names are believed to be brad kavanagh amy coney barrett thomas hardiman and raymond catholic democrats using their weekly address urge the public to oppose any of the nominees you are already thinking about what this could mean for our future for voting rights for environment for workers for lgbtq equality you know just as well as i do that in particular ah trump nominee could get protections for people with preexisting conditions and take away constitutional protections for women's reproductive rights under roe v wade washington state democratic senator patty murray the pentagon says the us servicemember was killed two others were wounded during an apparent insider attack in southern afghanistan the wounded service members are still being treated and are in stable condition and barrel has weakened back to a tropical storm as it moves through the caribbean the storms located about six hundred fifty miles from the lesser antilles fox.
"thomas hardiman" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Down to the final few i'm lisa lacerra fox news president trump wang is choices as he gets ready to name his choice was a premium court justice on monday white house staff is put together rollout packages for four potential nominees red cabinet raymond catholic amy coney barrett and thomas hardiman sources say cavenaugh catholic and still make up the top tier vice president mike pence met with those three and no others this week sources tell fox news that catholic had a very good interview with the president earlier this week that the two really connected but hardiman has suddenly popped up on the radar screen it was a finalist at fill the vacancy that was left by the death of anthony scalia last year president trump eventually went with judge neil gorsuch fox's john roberts at the white house the president and vice president pence met tonight discussed the final picks a san diego judge putting off at least until monday a ruling on the trump administration's request for more time to reunite more than one hundred immigrant children under five years who are separated from the parent after crossing the border a prominent house republican and former wrestling coach says he will cooperate with investigators looking into decadesold abuse allegations and ohio state university congressman jim jordan grew emotional as he denied any knowledge of sexual abuse allegations made against the former ohio state university dr while jordan was an assistant coach on the wrestling team but this is wrong i wrong jordan he never knew of sexual abuse allegations and if he had known he would have done something and what bothers me the most is the guys that are saying this thing i know they know the truth i know they do several former ohio state wrestlers say the sexual abuse allegations were well known by the coaching staff fox's jared halpern in washington fox news fair and balanced.
Trump to announce Supreme Court pick on Monday
"Jay nss news now i'm treading on our president donald trump has been interviewing us supreme court candidates among the candidates under consideration to replace the retiring us supreme court justice anthony kennedy amy coney barrett named by the president through the chicago based seventh us circuit court of appeals she's attracted a lot of attention because of her conservative views on abortion president trump is looking at other federal judges including brett cavanaugh thomas hardiman raymond catholic animal apar republican senator mike lee of utah also on the list the president is the name his choice on monday in washington rachel sutherland fox news the father of republican congressional candidate steve walk in set up and funded a political action committee that's running a sixty four thousand dollar ad campaign i son creating a pack allows the father to skirt rules that would limit direct contributions to his sons candidacy for the open seed in kansas is second congressional district the kansas city star reported the elder watkins of pika donated one hundred thousand dollars days after the packs formation he confirmed he set it up as a way to support his sons campaign the pack began airing television ads last week in support of the younger watkins candidacy in the republican primary to replace retiring us representative lynn jenkins watkins is one of seven candidates seeking the gop nomination phil hildebrand kagan assess news and eighty one year old man in texas was stung a thousand times in a be attack if the sound of bees buzzing makes you nervous how'd you feel about being stung one thousand times that's what happened to eighty one year old thomas mozelle of liberty county taxes near houston he was clearing land to build a fence on his property with a massive bees went on the attack stinging mozelle over and over and over again he didn't know where they came from the bees just attacked at moselle daughter trash grateful or dad survived wasn't just stumbling his arms and legs is ears and eyes were stung and with no one around no cell phone to call for help zell was at the mercy of the bees that is until his wife somehow sensing something was wrong came home early from lunch finding her husband and severe pain meisel was rushed to the hospital where nurses removed every stinger one by one hundred and thirty five stinger is on his head alone which had to be shaved he can joke about it now saying he got a new hairdo derek dennis fox news near perfect weather on this fourth of july sunny throughout the rest of the afternoon temperatures in the mid nineties and a.
Trump supreme court pick: favourites emerge in rush to name nominee
"At your wwl forecast i'm melissa van partly sunny and eighty seven at newsradio eight forty w h a s our top story president trump today is expected to meet with more candidates for the supreme court the president says he will announce his pick to replace the retiring justice anthony kennedy on monday abc's kenneth moten has more from washington monday president trump met face to face with four potential nominees to the supreme court circuit judges for the court of appeals brad kavanagh amy coney barrett raymond catholic bar today's sources say the president plans to meet with federal judge thomas hardiman who came in close second to justice neal gorsuch last year six circuit judge joan larsen which would make her the second woman to meet with the president to potentially replace retiring justice anthony kennedy kenneth moton abc news washington and as kenneth reported a move par is one of those interviewed by the president on monday he's a federal appeals court judge and former federal prosecutor in kentucky a three year old boy has died after he was found unresponsive in a car in frankfurt the coroner in franklin county says it happened friday evening the boy was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead the medical examiner's office has performed an autopsy but.
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"And still parts of the neighborhood are smoldering cities in california enacted taxes on soda pop and other sweetened drinks says way of combating obesity and of course raising revenues but now governor jerry brown is signed a statewide ban on such taxes at the local level at least for the next twelve years the beverage industry was pushing a ballot measure that would have made it harder for cities to raise taxes of any kind jim chenevey cbs news wally kennedy locally president donald trump has said his pick to replace soon to be retired supreme court justice anthony kennedy will come from a list of about twenty five people community fairs reporter terry greg explains a pennsylvania federal judges on the shortlist for the second time based in pittsburgh death is thomas hardiman had on the third circuit court of appeals for the past decade how was the runner up to replace the late justice antonin scalia george w bush appointee he was the first in his family to go to college and attack the to help pay for law school at georgetown watch the court with portray him as on the conservative side of court drexel law professor richard frankel renton appellate clinic where he supervised the students who appear before jet hardiman he described them as thoughtful and respectful but says any trump pick and make it harder for his clients who are incarcerated challenging their conviction or cleaning a violation of their civil right axios a political newsletter ranked the republican hardiman as one of the most moderate of trump's potential picks cheri gregg cable news newsradio and now the cbs three eyewitness weather five day forecast we are heading into a clear muggy and warm overnight with a low of seventy three degrees we're going to start a long running heat wave on friday it'll be sunny and hot the high ninety two the humidity really ramps up over the weekend and temperatures begin to climb saturday sunny hot and humid high ninety five with.
Annapolis Shooter Identified, Called Gazette His 'Sworn Blood enemies
"Trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center this time it was a newspaper and annapolis maryland but it was the same story we've heard again and again a mass shooting somebody with a gun who had a grudge and that's pretty much all people now although the police are finding out more suspect in the annapolis maryland newspaper shooting has been identified using facial recognition software he had done something work the use of his fingerprints cbs's steven portnoy is in annapolis police say the suspect thirty eight year old jared ramos engaged thirties call a targeted attack on the capital gazette newspaper armed with his shotgun he stalked the newsroom looking for victims as he walked they say he killed five and wounded two more and rondo county acting police chief william cramp we are working on now securing his residence he goes live in the state of maryland we are in the process of securing that residents and preparing for search warrants pam coulter cbs news for motive for the shooting is unclear at this time news time ten thirty four president donald trump's shortlist to replace soon to be retired justice anthony kennedy includes a pennsylvania federal judge that has a unique tide of the trump family humidity humidity phaser prototype greg explains he's made the list for the second time third circuit court of appeals judge thomas hardiman was reportedly president donald trump's second choice for the supreme court the now occupied by justice neal gorsuch hardiman was first appointed to the bench my george w bush and served on the third circuit alongside mr trump sister maryanne trump barry he's always been respectful and thoughtful in the case that we've had in front of him professor richard franko runs an appellate clinic at drexel law he describes hardiman s conservative but hopes whoever gets the not remembers understand that interest role that kennedy played in maintain hardiman wife the pala is part of a hugely democratic family ranked among others on the short lived axios a political newsletter listed hardiman as the.
"thomas hardiman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Chooses him i hope he will be as solid as as gorsuch i don't know that but he's not that particularly impressive to me another gentlemen on the list is from the third circuit he comes out of pennsylvania's name is thomas hardiman i'm very impressed with thomas hardiman he's on the court of appeals as i said for the third circuit it's very liberal circuit but he's been quite solid thomas hardiman now i don't pretend to know the backgrounds of all of them raymond grinner i happen to know this circuit court judge gruden raymond gruner on the eighth circuit when it comes to jurisprudence he solid as a rock when it comes to jurisprudence one of the most spectacular judges in the country is a gentleman by the name of bill pryor bill pryor sits on the court of appeals for the eleventh circuit bill pryor was the attorney general of alabama i know him personally these are lifetime appointments folks bill pryor would be a tremendous supreme court justice and we'd have to fight like hell again but that's okay with virtually anyone on this list because the democrats are targeting everybody on this list prior would be exceptional.