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Hear GOP Congressman Plead with Republicans to Overturn Trump's Veto
"Trump's veto of a $740 billion defense bill. This vote is about supporting our troops. And defending America. Republican Congressman Mac Thornberry said he supported the defense bill earlier this month when it passed both chambers of Congress. It's the exact same bill, not a comma. Has changed. It's still prevents the military from having their pay cut. The override is now up for a vote in the Senate. Bail has been denied for an
House votes to override Trump's veto of defense bill
"Trump's veto of a defense spending bill. This is Texas Republican Mac Thornberry. This vote is about supporting our troops. And defending America. While not perfect, this bill does a good job of advancing both President Trump rejected the defense bill last week, saying it failed to limit social media companies he claims were biased against him during his failed reelection campaign. He also opposes language that allows for the renaming of military bases that honor Confederate leaders. Senate is expected to vote on the override. This week. The House also voted to
"thornberry" Discussed on Drunk Unks Podcast
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Trump administration taking $3.8 billion more from military for Mexico border wall
"Other ministration argues that it doesn't need congressional approval to re direct military funds to the border wall the White House is asked for less money for the wall in their formal budget requests in Congress but now now they're taking three point eight three billion dollars in pending on funding they're just taking it Hey wait a minute let me ask a question let me see if you can all answering I'm gonna quote Donald Trump we're gonna build a wall who's going to pay for us okay one two three Mexico right do you remember remember that statement now this announcement three point eight three billion dollars bipartisan opposition I mean it's just done to me the house Armed Services Committee chairman a Democrat Adam Smith from Washington who's very articulate by the way I heard in speaking I'm really not familiar with him so this this administration has already stolen billions from the department of defense in order to be in building the president's vanity wall and today they are doubling down on that bad policy the president wants to take credit for rebuilding the military but today's reprogramming decision does the exact opposite it will prevent the acquisition of critical ships vehicles and aircraft I by the way mark Thornberry a Texas Republican who is not running for reelection this year did not mention the president by name but voiced strong opposition to diverting money from various Pentagon accounts for border wall construction the ranking member of the house Armed Services Committee a Republican a certain this move is contrary to Congress constitutional authority I have to tell you the Congress did not vote this money and this new plan puts money the Pentagon programs including multiple military aircraft programs at risk so let me let me start out by asking you a question what do you think of the decision to divert three point eight three billion dollars in Pentagon funding to the portal I think it's unconscionable whether are for the war against the wall Congress voted against it and there's one more thing that has been announced and this was announced by a U. S. official who said the United States the Taliban have reached a truce agreement that will take effect very soon and could lead to withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan the anonymous official said the agreement for a seven day reduction in violence to be followed by the start of all Afghan peace talks within ten days is very specific and covers the entire country including Afghan government forces well I have to tell you there are indications this announcement may come as early as this weekend do you believe that there will be a ceasefire and more than that do you believe that if the Taliban did comply with the reduction of violence agreement do you have any doubt the Taliban would take over
Esper defends shifting defense funds for Trump's border wall
"Three point eight billion dollars that was supposed to fund the F. thirty five fighter aircraft and other military programs is going to be spent on the wall border security is national security and national security is our mission speaking in Germany asper was asked about a comment by Texas Republican congressman mac Thornberry that the diversion of funds runs contrary to the constitutional authority of Congress the action we took is is legal under the law at I think it's it should be no surprise the Pentagon indicated more such actions could be coming mac Thornberry supports the border wall he wants those types of decisions to be made by Congress at Donahue Washington
Trump to transfer $3.8B from military to fund his wall
"Defense secretary mark espers approved a three point eight billion dollar border wall request from the department of homeland security the Pentagon will use money that had been allocated for National Guard units shipbuilding accounts and seventeen aircraft the top Republican on the house Armed Services Committee Texas congressman mac Thornberry blasted the move so did his democratic counterpart despite congressional opposition the president has used various transfer and emergency authorities to shift almost seven billion dollars toward his border wall Jackie Quinn Washington
"thornberry" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Or is you'RE GONNA end up falling between two stools well. I was talking to one of his supporters earlier. Who was saying that? They did think it might be. She might struggle at this this stage with COP's just hasn't been around that much over the past two years even though she's done a lot of thinking and has been talking about the threat to Labor. Burn you not just in this election not just in the last election but in the election previously. She's been doing a lot of thinking work with the center. For towns for instance she doesn't have have the visibility amongst the Labor membership. She hasn't done the labor equivalent of the Tories. Cool the rubber chicken circuit. I'm not sure what they eat too. Constituency Labour party the meetings and dinners may be host if you're in north London or passes pie and peas in Wiccan where she's the MP. She hasn't done very much of that. Going around the the country and sort of touring. CRP's which which could make her struggle but but yes. The buzzword of this contest is unity and bringing Party back together together which raises some interesting questions is do you achieve unity in the way. Boris Johnson has by kicking people out basically. And saying if you don't tell you the line and off you go or deer achieve unity. In the way that Miller band try to which is basically just to say I like you to everyone and then not really please anyone katy. What's the moment we should look for in this contest? Where a candidate lightly ninety or a has a chance to vote over the beginning to get it going to BBC question? Aston time specialist. They're going to be a big televised moment. Yeah you'd think of David Cameron themselves conference in two thousand five moment like that or is this going to be a series of. It's kind of hosting in big cities with no can a particular moment that's going to grab the nation's attention but we're still waiting to fill ROKA's schedule at least Nandy is being interviewed. This sweet by Andrew. Neil however I think history tells US engineer into these tend to move damage-limitation exercises that if you survive it without being directed homes does your reputation. You've done a good job so they can be impressed but I think they apply to every Labor candidate but I think that it can be the breaking view and perhaps tools making but I think if you break free candidate Ed. I'm not sure that that is going to be the the moment full year. And then I think that yes. Yes you'll have the hustings but openly we can expect official launches speeches. And I think some of that Lisa Nandy she can start landing some fierce winds and times of things. She's coming out with. Yes that's one thing but I think what she really needs. Some of these kinds of back needs. They need the front runners to make some big mistakes aches. Unique Kiss. Donahue is accused of being politically within the pasta at times to have a gaffe. And I think that I think there was this consensus forming that kissed onerous so far had had never merely Labor that is not just enough for you campaign to get a bit better. I think that you need. Though he ever back along beatty not start to falter so looking down the ballot at the deputy leadership race. I'm Serena looks to be almost as much of a favorite for this position as if not maybe more and one thing that strikes me as she seems to have successfully managed to distance herself from the Kuban McDonnell. Oh era the fact that John McDonnell is backing. Richard Burgin for the deputy ship. Not Her there is a lot of talk in Westminster that Andrew Rayner is is with the small one half. She's decided not run against flatmate Rebecca Bailey. Because she knows but the next Labour leader is not going to be prime minister and the contest to win is the one after about TV. There's do you mean there's more to that analysis I think that's that's the case for people who haven't run for leader as well actually that there's a sense that this is not the contest to sort would've make all the sacrifices for. I'm not sure that's quite the right reading. They because politics is so unpredictable. Whenever we say that something's a given the the opposite tends to happen and so yes at the moment it looks as though we are set for another ten years of conservative governments and yes at the moment? The Labor Party is in historically historically dreadful position but for the party to approach the next election just as a sort of. Let's get back to where we were over there. Miller band would repeat quite a dangerous place for it to end up needs to have the view that she could turn things around because politics is not the same as it was back in the eighties. Things have changed. Things are much more volatile and you can't predict what's what's going to happen but Angela's out in front with with eighty eight nominations once the deadline closed and the person he comes closest is in Murray on thirty four and so a number of the other candidates that had the support report lent to them by. MP's who actually support others including Angela. Raynor's that means has support is much higher within the parliamentary party but there was a really concerted campaign for for proper diversity on the ballot paper. And say don't Butler resign. Corn both had supporters. He said I'm going to campaign French Lorraina but I'm backing them at this stage so that we have proper diversity. I'm not sure how rich Bergen falls into the diversity category whether it Sir so diversity diversity of intelligence or diversity of of entertainment. Given that some people in Westminster inexplicably tend to find that he chased them up in unwieldy out there he is his a unique candidate. But yeah I mean. We are seeing slate of candidates for deputy leader who aren't representative who MP's she. You won't be deputy leader. But if he thinks should be on the list of candidates for deputy leader and it's quite odd that we're in this position given that it was a similar but different talking points that was made in two thousand. Fifteen to broaden out the debate and lend your nomination two candidates. He widened the debate. Which allowed Jeremy Corbyn to get onto the pilot paper and then become leader is well Katie? Thank you so much. Be Sure to stay tuned. Join the rest of his. The Labor leisure is running all the way until April and we find out who was actually made over the final fence on Grand National Day in April. Now if you WANNA hear is talking about believe it leaves a contest Brexit what the next few years will bring and the politics all a majority government. 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What's coming in impeachment: The inquiry goes public
"The impeachment hearings go public on Wednesday the president broke the law Democrat Jackie spear is on the house intelligence committee which will conduct the hearings this is a very strong case of bribery but Republican congressman mac Thornberry of Texas says I believe it was inappropriate I do not believe it was impeachable the president's accused of withholding military aid to Ukraine while asking it to investigate political rival Joe Biden and his family both members of Congress were on ABC's this week read a fall a Washington
"thornberry" Discussed on WJR 760
"Will be closed US postal service no mail delivery today the post offices are closed UPS and FedEx will deliver however many schools are closed public offices are closed starting this week the public will get to see and hear witnesses on the impeachment of president trump Bob Constantini reports the president is concerned about what some Republicans will say heading to public hearings starting Wednesday some in the GOP may express their queasiness with president trump asking Ukraine's president for a favor Texas is mac Thornberry I believe that it is inappropriate for a president to ask a foreign leader to investigate a political rival I do not believe it was impeachable unknown if the president was watching Thornberry on ABC's this week but a few hours later Mr trump maintaining his position the call was perfect he tweets Republicans don't be let into the fools trap of saying it was not perfect but he's not impeachable no it is much stronger than that nothing was done wrong of Costantini Washington the former U. N. ambassador and a governor from the south Nikki Haley has a memoir a book that she has written and she says in the book that then secretary of state rex tellers in and then the White House chief of staff John Kelly tried to enlist her help in opposing trump from the inside the impeachment hearing against president trump set to begin Wednesday the judiciary chairman Republican Lindsey Graham says this is not going to be a fair hearing Mahler looked at trial two years twenty five million dollars forty FBI agents and didn't find anything now we got it in the hands of ship and Nadler if you think shift is looking for the truth a you should be allowed to drive anywhere in America because that's a ridiculous concept this is the final week of voting for you a W. members on a new four year contract with Ford voting that should be wrapped up by Friday U. A. W.'s largest unions are voting this week has been one set back workers at Ford's problem plagues Chicago summer plans said no to the deal last week at the same time six of the union smaller locals voted in favor of the agreement those yes votes came at plants in Dearborn Allan park Ypsilanti buffalo New York Memphis Tennessee and Winchester Virginia Jean Fogo WJAR news U. S. Supreme Court will hear arguments tomorrow regarding president trump's attempt to end Dhaka the dreamers here's reporter Arian doubled dreamers hired a conservative lawyer Ted Olson and he's basically going to look at Chief Justice John Roberts and other conservatives on the court and he's going to say look this isn't about whether or not the entire program is illegal or unconstitutional what this case is about he'll say is how the trump administration moved to terminate it they didn't do it the right way global journey was time six so a market update is sponsored by mother wattles donate your car to mother Waddell's help the poorest of the poor call three one three Waddell's China Tokyo or down so is London Dow futures up by a few for WJR news on Decatur more with Paul W. in two minutes clean air and water outside more comfortable homes and workplaces inside prospering communities.
Impeachment inquiry becomes public amid Republican disapproval
"The curtain goes up on Wednesday for what is sure to be one of Washington's most watched shows the first witnesses are bill Taylor the top diplomat in Ukraine a George can't a top state department official on Friday the former US ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yuvan eventual testify the inquiry focuses on whether president trump pressured Ukraine's presidential launch a political investigation of trump's political rival Joe Biden and son hunter I believe that it is inappropriate for a president to ask a foreign leader to investigate a political rival but on A. B. C.'s this week Republican mac Thornberry says if he did do that I believe it was an appropriate I do not believe it was impeachable senator Ron Johnson tell CNN state of the union the president assured him that that is not what he was doing what do you know when you're gonna provide has released hours of harder in American taxpayer dollars into system you wanna make sure it's not corrupt I think it has been very consistent in his conversation with me and others that was his reason for withholding funding democratic senator any club chart says she believes it was about pressure in a foreign country to dig up dirt on president trump's political rivals that's what this is all about which was a sham investigation that the president was trying to push the Republican minority can request certain witnesses be called to testify but the democratic majority is not likely to approve some of those requests representative will hurt on fox news Sunday says his fellow Republicans want the whistle blower to testify and that he says could be out of line how we treat this whistleblower will impact whistleblowers in the future Republicans also reportedly want to hear from Joe Biden's son who served on the board of a Ukrainian energy company that also is likely to be voted down by the democratic
'This is a very strong case of bribery' : Rep. Jackie Speier on impeachment
"The impeachment inquiry enters a new phase is weak public hearings they start Wednesday to individuals who've been deposed behind closed doors will testify in the nationally broadcast hearing ahead of the first public impeachment hearing Democrats are sharpening their language instead of quid pro quo California Democrat Jackie spear called president trump's handling of military aid to Ukraine very strong case of bribery and Republicans maybe trying a new defense Texas Republican next Thornberry told ABC's this week the president's actions may be inappropriate but I do not believe it was impeachable the first witness is the US ambassador to Ukraine William Taylor who texted his concerns about withholding military aid Erin to Turkey ABC
Trump faces perilous test as impeachment hearings open
"The impeachment inquiry continues this week with public hearings to members of Congress from opposite sides of the aisle share their thoughts here's correspondent Brian Clark congresswoman Jackie spear a Democrat from California who serves on the house intelligence committee tells A. B. C.'s this week Congress is moving forward with impeachment for one reason only this is a very simple straightforward act the president broke the law but Republican congressman mac Thornberry also on this week says of the president's actions in this phone call with the president of Ukraine I believe it was an appropriate I do not believe it was impeachable president trump described that call that's perfect hearings are scheduled to begin Wednesday and on that same day president trump scheduled a news conference with Turkish president error to one at the White
No 'sham investigations': Adam Schiff dismisses GOP request for Bidens, whistleblower to testify
"Public phase of the impeachment hearings begin Wednesday in over the weekend Republicans on the house intelligence committee submitted a list of witnesses they want to appear that list includes the whistle blower and hunter Biden son of the former vice president democratic representative Jackie spear tells A. B. C.'s this week we want to stay focused on the crane the call and having hunter Biden come in is unrelated to the Ukraine call intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff says the inquiry will not serve as a vehicle for what he called a sham investigation of the bidens Republican congressman mac Thornberry of Texas also on this week says the Democrats are rushing this through by Christmas so they don't interfere with their candidates being in Iowa New Hampshire and so forth the
Labour Party asks about Dominic Cummings' years working in Russia
"In person just days off to politicians agreed to a general election to break the political deadlock surrounding brexit one of them and this is claimed that may be security concerns over the prime minister's close the St Dominic Cummings has been up Boris Johnson site since Mister Johnson became prime minister in July but a senior member of the opposition labor policy says a whistleblower has voiced concerns about Mister Cummings Paul stealing is in Russia Joe McManus reports Dominic Cummings is a divisive figure in British politics in twenty sixteen he helped spearhead the official campaign to get the U. K. Arabs of the European Union now he's by the side of the prime minister Boris Johnson working to make bricks is a reality was an opposition politician Emily Thornberry says she's written so the Foreign Secretary citing concerns about Mister Cummings which have come from an unnamed whistle blower in the lecture which was copy to the heads of Britain's security service MI five and the foreign intelligence service MI six miss liberty describes our concerns these relate to relationships Mister Cummings may have developed with individuals involved in politics and intelligence when he witty rusher in the mid nineties missile berry admits she doesn't know if the claims are true but is no reason to doubt the whistle blower was motives and she wants to know with the prime minister's top aide has access to Britain's most secret files John McManus
Another GOP congressman from Texas says he won't run for reelection
"Congressman mac Thornberry who's represented Texas is thirteen district for twenty five years will not seek reelection next year there were berries is six Republican from Texas to announce plans to leave Congress in recent weeks but is imminent retirement is not a big surprise since he's been noncommittal about reelection for some time elected in nineteen ninety four Thornberry one throws a service chairman of the house Armed Services Committee in a statement he said for everything there is a season I believe the time has come for a
UK's Labour Party in turmoil as vote to oust deputy ditched
"So if you thought the Conservative Party was leading the contest of devouring its own stay tuned because the Labor Party is planning on doing the exact same thing there has been heated discussion about eliminating the position of deputy party leader but what that's really all about out is about eliminating Tom Watson who is a voice of opposition within the Labour party to Jeremy Corbyn and someone someone who has also had a I think it's characterized in the papers as a rather spectacular falling out with Len mcklusky the head of the union that is the largest donor the Labor Party they want rid of that kind of high ranking opposition in the Labor Party and so they're going to essentially airbrush airbrush and I'm using that phrase with Mary intentionally for its Stalinist overtones they're going to they're going to airbrush that position -sition out of out of the books and with it. They Hope Tom Watson Mary. I think one of the one of the interesting things I mean it should be pointed out that the story is most prominent in the London Times which of course is no friend whatsoever to the Labor Party and is likely to highlight all it's difficult is that it it's difficulties are not easy for anybody to to play down plus they play into the current the the the the current split in UK politics and we're looking at a week of labor politics dumb dominating the headlines because it's Labor Party conference this week starting this weekend and I think there are two other people who who who whose names and in pictures feature in in the papers today in the Labor Party. One of them is shadow foreign secretary. Emily thornberry and another is Harriet Harman both both of them sort of would be regarded as centrist probably sympathetic to Europe more so far than Jeremy Corbyn his wing of the party so we're looking at really have seeing the split in the Labour party which is really a mirror image of the split in the Tory party being played out in all the headlines through the rest of the next few
President Trump Says He'll Pause Deportation Raids for Two Weeks, Awaiting Immigration 'Solution'
"President Trump's put on hold immigration police, rage, and major cities, originally planned for today after house speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke with the president Friday in return. The president says he wants Democrats Republicans to work together to resolve border and asylum issues. A suggestion from congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee, Texas democrat, we need the administrative officers, we need the immigration judges. That is what the president can do in the administration can do right now. Congressman MAC, Thornberry, Texas, Republican, the challenge is, if there is a lawful deportation order, that is the law of the land, and it is the job of the executive branch in our system of government to enforce
"thornberry" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Used a rifle to shoot and kill a woman inside a wa wa in Radnor township. I'm Tim Jimenez, giving New Jersey victims of sex abuse by Catholic priests the two year window to sue now up to the governor. I'm David men in sports the fills win on opening day. The Sixers beat Brooklyn and the eagles acquire running back. Jordan Howard, right now, overcast that's pretty much the story of the day. Fifty degrees now at the broadcast center going to sixty seven good morning. I'm John Astakhov. I'm Carol MacKenzie. Our top story at eight thirty one. A woman was shot and killed inside. A wa wa on the main line last night. Tim Jimenez, joining us live from Wayne with more on this story, Tim. Yes, caroline. This wa wa on sugar town road is still closed. There's yellow police tape surrounding the parking lot here. It's been like this all morning long since. This last night. This is where this targeted deadly shooting happened around eight o'clock last night. Police say Brian Kennedy of Wayne fired several shots from a rifle and killed a woman in her twenties. All that happened inside of the store. Police say Kennedy got away in a black BMW. And after a few hours of searching rather police superintendent Christopher Flanagan says they eventually got him about a half hour away able to locate the subject in Thornberry park where the Pennsylvania state police and the and the door county central past for swat team. They will place the subject in custody at police say Kennedy was then taken to the hospital to get checked out and John Carroll. Police say he knew the victim. But the exact relationship that is not clear. All right. Thanks, tim. Eight thirty two time now traffic.
"thornberry" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"So excellent MAC Thornberry, our guest chamber, the Armed Services Committee US house of representatives soon. Be the ranking Republican when there's a change over before we get back to Yemen, the Shoghi and the Saudis and the Trump administration. I haven't done this for weeks. Sticker plug. So I have these stickers here. They're right here on the table. We have stickers. They're signed by me major Gary if you would like one of these incredibly fashionable. Usable stickers. You could put on your laptop your refrigerator your forehead. They're perfect for your current life or your afterlife. There's one way in one way only you can obtain said, signed takeout podcast sticker. Send us a self addressed stamped envelope to take out stickers care of CBS news, twenty twenty end street, Washington C two zero zero three six. All right. Congressman you just said before we went to break interfere with that. But kashogi is a problem. He was the Washington Post columnist journalist murdered in the Saudi consulate in another country that is a terrible human rights violation. What should the United States? Do. What is the appropriate response to that atrocity? I think we've started down the right road of sanctions against the seventeen individuals who we know and even the Saudis admit were there and carried out the act as evidence accumulates if there are others who participated in this decision or directed it. There needs to be the sort of sanctions we have used for example against some of the Russians who have been involved in carrying out targeted assassin. Let's get to the others. You know, who I'm talking about crown prince heir-apparent Mohammed bin Salman. CIA? It has a very high level of confidence that he ordered. It does that make him culpable and therefore subject to sanctioned by the United States government. As of this week, the intelligence community continues to gather evidence. If that evidence continues on the line, it is now than I think the answer is. Yes. Other colleagues of yours in the CONGRESS Republicans have said. The evidence is already there. And if there were a trial he'd be convicted in thirty minutes. Do you believe that? I don't know. I know that some of these senators locks insatiable soundbites when they come out of briefly overdramatizing this. They like to get attention sorta Lindsey Graham, I understand. I heard what they said. I've had the same briefing is that a rush to judgment you disagree with that assessment. That is not enough to know for. Sure. No, I didn't say that. Okay. I said the intelligence community is continuing together evidence. And if it continues along the line as the evidence, they have already gathered, okay? Not only from our intelligence community. But from other nations intelligence apparatus, then I think sanctions would be appropriate. Here's ladies and gentlemen. Why this is an important issue. All right. Saudi Arabia is and always will be an ally of the United States that relationship is not going to be severed. That's a fact it's existed since it has gone through ups and downs. Why is a Saudi Arabian ship now important because this administration has prioritized it as a strategic counterweight in the region against Iran that is a policy decision that has lots of ramifications the parent is the current crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, Jared Kushner, as I write in my book, Mr. Trump's wild ride, which makes an excellent holiday gift, by the way. Spent a lot of time creating and solidifying this relationship during the transition the early part of two thousand seventeen which led to the president's first visit and a very important anti-terror summit in Riyadh. These things are meaningful developments in the early stages. The Trump administration this strategic prioritization of Saudi Arabia is essentially the umbrella approach to the entire region. How this relationship evolves will say a lot about what this administration does. Or does not accomplish in the region. It seems to me. And there was this betting on Mohammed bin Salman.
"thornberry" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"I major Garrett wait a minute. There's a new title involved chief Washington correspondent CBS news. What does that mean a lot of nonsense, but for the purposes of this show, it just means the takeout is even more secure than it was before? I got the new title. That's all you need to know about it. The takeout is in a better more secure place. Now that I'm the chief Washington correspondent more on that in two thousand nineteen. But for the moment, we are due south having lunch the great southern restaurant. I'm going to be devouring fried chicken in the not too distant future. Khloe our waitress will be here in just a moment at the takeout microphones max Thornberry, currently, the chairman of the Armed Services Committee in the house of representatives. He will soon give up that exalted position. Because as you might. Have read in the papers. There was a midterm election and a shift in power in Washington, Democrats will be in charge of the new congress in January thousand nineteen which means Mr. Thornberry will be the ranking Republican on the Armed Services Committee. What does the Armed Services Committee? Do it overseas. The policy side of our military and other national security related issues. It authorizes all sorts of programmatic approaches to national defense, homeland security, etc. And then provides that authorisation to appropriators in congress who handle the spending side and the oftentimes work hand in hand, MAC Thornberry. Thanks for joining us at the takeout microphones. Thanks for having me. Major and congratulations on your new exalted title in a city that is obsessed with titles exalted, and otherwise it is somewhat noteworthy congressman so we're in the third week of December. When this show airs much of what I'm going to discuss with you. We'll have either been resolved or remain in stalemate. But there's this shut down syndrome that Washington goes through with some regularity. We're in the middle of another one of them now in general is it your assumption that there will be something worked out, and there will not. Be government shutdown of any duration by the twenty first of December. Well, it's ups and downs. As far as the likelihood of being some sort of shut down. I think it's important to remember, of course, that the Pentagon and much of government is fully funded through the whole year. So what we're talking about is a portion of the government twenty five percent. And if I had to bet I would say there may well be a short shirt doubt shutdown of some duration two or three days. Maybe something like that. Or or even through the Christmas new year? Could break it could be a bad thing. Well, it is of much more much more limited impact than if we were talking about a broader, a broader, should I it's not a good thing to have happened by by any stretch. But it's also possible that both parties can adjust their sights a little bit. And there will be some sort of agreement that keeps things funded which will just defer the main issue, which is funding for border security off until the new year and border security can sometimes be a placeholder for the wall. Sometimes it can be about other things if I hear Democrats correctly, they want it to be about other things not the wall. The president wants it to be primarily about the wall. Where do you land on that question? Years ago, the border patrol convinced me that physical barriers on the border are important and helpful to them to do their job. But that they are not sufficient for them to do their job. So you have to have a mix of people technology and physical barriers in key places to secure the border. So I don't think a wall all across the southern border makes sense, but in some places it physical barriers health does the country need more wall on. I mean wall not fences than it. Currently has we need whatever we need more of of a fact of physical barriers K, and and in some places, you know, wall probably makes sense in some places, you can't really build a wall because of the rugged terrain and so forth in Texas. We're particularly sensitive to private property rights that go right to the red arrow, New, Mexico and Arizona and California too. But I think ours is is a little different from those other states. It's in that the border really does go right to the river not talking about federal land, which you are in some of those other stay correct, it is private property, which if you're going to build something on would have to be taken or compensated orca. Yeah. Well, that's right Hakin Wisconsin taking was hot Cup. Do does the president. He wants five billion dollars in this conversation. Do the votes exist among your House Republican colleagues for that? Currently. The word we get from the leadership is no that's why the Bill hasn't been put on the floor because if they had the votes they would have put it on the floor and send it to the sentence had at least one body here. As affirmatively said, this is the president's right? And we're willing to vote for that. Yeah. As you. Remember, we've had several of these votes over the course of the year. None of them have gotten a majority yet and some of them were walc with dreamers wall with with various other immigration reforms. And so getting that right? Mix is has been a challenge because everybody's got their own idea about how it all come out. So the White House has toyed with one idea on a run by you because it's very much in your bailiwick, the idea that through reprogramming of military, construction funds the wall could be built, and I wanna play for you a sound bite Elliott be prepared for this. This is number one from the incoming chairman. Currently the ranking member Adam Smith. Democrat on December sixteenth strong bipartisan opposition to spending this out of the department of defense dollars. We have many needs a national security. We can't steal money from their number one number two. He can't do it without a reprogramming requests to congress. So he cannot do it on his own legally and congress both Republicans and Democrats do not think the DOD money should go towards building a wall on the border is he right? The way he put it. Yes. You do not we do not support taking away money that is being used to fix our planes and ships and train allocated for by congress specifically for that purpose it with a dire need for it. Remember, how many military accidents? We've had over the last two years. I'm not for taking away from that effort to fund anything else. Anything else? Now, I also think we need to adequately fund border security. So that we don't have to keep sending troops down to the border to back up the border patrol in the last three presidents have had to do that. So we need to put enough money and resources into doing. This idea is toying with reprogramming with or without congressional consent is a bad idea. It is a bad idea to take money away from urgent needs in the department defense to use for as I say any other purpose. Now, if there's two to slack caveats one is there is a military training range on the border that has had some issues with people illegally crossing and interfering with with training. Secondly, if there is enough money for the military, and then there is money on top of that. Well, maybe then we can talk about using it for other government purposes. But to round this out this administration any administration? Would need the explicit consent of congress to reprogram this money. Sure. Border wall construction to take money from one purpose that's been approved by congress and use it for another. You have to go through this reprogramming president cannot do it by himself. There is no executive Fiat. He can exercise legally to do that. I know of none. And I know of no instance, where it has been and you would tell the White House get right with this. Do it the right way. And do you think congress would be amenable to this? Well, it goes back to what we were just talking about what are the pieces that you put together, and what's the dollar amount? And and the dollar amount. I do not understand frankly, why is so hard to have border security and a fix for the dreamers package them together. Everybody gets something. I would have thought that would have been done a long time ago a year ago, and it hasn't happened. Stuck completely that's voices. Mac Thornberry curly. The chairman of the Armed Services Committee US house of representatives. I major Garrett where do south khloe will be here to take my order momentarily. I certainly hope on the other side of this was it a good idea for the president to send the military to the border in the teeth of a midterm election. We'll get MAC Thornberry's answer on that. Eight show love the show need or want to vent. Trust me. We understand takeout podcast at CBS. News dot com. Here's.
"thornberry" Discussed on The Takeout
"One is we have to stand up for our values, and we have to advance our strategic interests at the same time. Can you do that Listrik at we have to figure out a way? And I'm not saying it's easy, but we have to do both. Secondly, as you point out, it Saudi Arabia has been key to US strategic interests since nineteen forty four, but it will be important moving ahead to and I'll just mention one issue where the Saudis are actively looking for nuclear reactors. And the question is what sort of safe guards will be put on the. Nuclear fuel to prevent it from being used for a bomb or from being. So my point is we have to make sure we walk into gum at the same time because our strategic interests are not just about what happened in the past. There about perhaps even greater dangers in the future. And at the same time, we've got to stand up for who we are. And and murdering anybody much less journalists in a foreign country is wrong. And we have to have some consequence to that. So let's dig into that just a little bit deeper win Muhammed bin soman under the guise of seeking to eliminate corruption in Saudi Arabia arrested a bunch of people held them at a very nice place Ritz-Carlton, but nevertheless, arrested them. That was a signal about his approach to some underlying human rights issues. And this has been a said nothing about it did that provide a tacit endorsement for the Saudis to do something that not specifically oriented to the Shoghi killing. But nevertheless, gave them a sense that there was a lot of room in that relationship for forgiveness. I think it's a mistake to assume that what a our country or any country says publicly are the only messages being conveyed, you can have private conversations, and we do that all the time with a whole variety of countries allies, adversaries and neutrals in our remaining, two and a half minutes. I want you to talk a little bit about from your perspective Russia and China, which of the two do you consider to be a more immediate concern for the national security interest of our country? I would still probably say Russia when you say immediate concern because of. Of Putin's blatant aggression because they their nuclear stockpile and their openness of saying they will use nuclear weapons if a convinced in conventional conflict, if they decide to for the long term, I think everybody agrees it's China. What to do about Russia and Ukraine? What's your solution? Or is there one? I don't know that there is a seized navy vessels. And they took sailors hostage. They still hold them. And the United States is said will we object to that? But they're still. That's almost the borderline active war. Putin will continue to probe and test us to see what our reaction is. But the president said when Obama was president he was weak. Are we not demonstrating something that could be Kintu weakness in reaction to the seizure of these navy vessels, and sailors there has to be a consequence there has to be an action taken now, maybe it'll be visible. Maybe it's not good. I agree completely that we cannot pass it off because Putin will take the next step and the next step and will continue to push as far as he is allows. That's MAC Thornberry. Currently the chairman of the arms committee MAC, thanks so much. Joining us do south has been our hospitable restaurant. Thanks for joining us to take out. I major Garrett we'll.
"thornberry" Discussed on The Takeout
"They're one of the first ones into the fight whenever it is. And it doesn't compensate them nearly as much as others. They would say maybe not as much as they think they should be compensated admit, but as as I have flown into Erbil several times, they're doing pretty well. Now, they do it themselves. I'm not saying somebody's ending it to them. They earn it with fighting with should they be at Thomas at the tough questions. I think that would create as. Any problems as it may saw their go out for for our on on Iraq. But it's really important object in Iraq is crucial to Iran and Syria. Let's go to Syria. What's the situation there? What do you perceive to be this administration's attitude about the current regime? The civil war is grinding, it appears to halt that has destroyed much of the infrastructure that country, but the regime remains in place. Yeah. Number one interest in the United States is prevent ISIS or other terrorist groups from using Syria as a base to attack us in Europe. And so if I see goes and Assad stays that's just a rough compromise who had after live with. Well, you do have to deal with the situation as it is as it is. We can go back and say, well, if we had done such and such in the might have been different, but that doesn't help us. That's not now. And I do not see a way of putting the pieces back. Together in Syria for the foreseeable future to have a functioning. State that does not pose a threat now as you point out. What's happening is the Iranian influence is pouring in that. Plus their presence. All ready in Lebanon is posing an increasing danger to Israel Grosso. Things are changing. It is important for us to have a limited presence there for terrorism. And for the stability that we help provide one minute before we go to break Yemen. It seems to be the place in which US revulsion over the Jamal kashogi killing is most perceptible. Yeah. And I disagree with that. Meaning the Saudis are carrying out a proxy war in Yemen with the Iranians and Hootie rebels who the Iranians back, and we are no longer as willing to accept and tolerate that proxy war because of the kashogi killing. Yeah. I I agree with your analysis. I think it's a mistake. The kashogi. Matter off to stand on its own, and whatever consequences flow ought to be related to the kashogi murder, and those who are responsible responsible for it. Absolutely Yemen is important in its own right, including the most serious terrorist threat facing us since nine eleven imitated from there. The Iranian influence, not only in Yemen, but in the strategic waterways around there and humanitarian crisis Yemen needs to stand on its own in this tendency to punish the Saudis by these actions in Yemen are not gonna -ccomplish either goal. More on Yemen kashogi and the Saudis when we come back. I made your voice of MAC Thornberry. Currently chairs the Armed Services Committee US house..
"thornberry" Discussed on The Takeout
"The sensors that reach that you need to see if somebody's coming. So you gotta have a mixture, but as I said border patrol convinced me a number of years ago that some physical barriers helped them do that. I I wanna take your on the world requiring and get your assessment because I know you are not only learn it on a lot of these topics. But you study them in your part of the policy making apparatus in the house. Are we winning or losing an F ghanistan? Most people would say that the military situation is a stalemate do agree. Yes. I think we have a. A unique opportunity. However with the team that the president has put in place and removing some of the shackles that had been on our military before we have a unique opportunity to have a favorable outcome, hopefully through negotiation on a play a sound bite from significant voice in American military policy November seventeenth twenty eighteen that's number three Ellie. They're not losing right now. I think that's a fair statement, and we use the term stalemate year ago and relatively speaking. It hasn't changed much, but without going any detail here, we do believe at the Taliban know that at some point they have to reconcile that's voice of general Joseph Dunford, outgoing chairman the joint chiefs of staff, you agree, with general Dunford stalemate, and we have at some point the Taliban, which is our entrenched organized guerrilla slash terrorists. Fo- lives in operates was some freedom. And Pakistan uses incursion and guerrilla type terrorist actions in Afghanistan. Has to figure out that it needs to come to negotiating table. How is that going to be achieved partly through the Afghan military efforts to inflict punishment on the Taliban? And there has been more of that in the last six months, there have been at least in the I believe in the last seventeen years worth noting congressman is I know you deeply appreciate in the last five years. The casualty rate for Americans versus Afghans is heavily toward the Afghans. They're training fighting and dying for their country in large numbers. And I think that's important to emphasize. They are fighters, and they are fighting and they have taken tremendous casualties now at the same time, the Taliban is trying to jockey around to get in the most favorable position. They can for the negotiations that are going on as we speak. What's negotiated settlement? Look like in your mind, what what is acceptable to the US a Taliban free Afghantistan? What are they get out of that? No. I think what has to happen is the Taliban reintegrate into the peaceful political life of Afghanistan. Now, the truth is not all of them will and not all of them want to exactly so you're still going to most likely have a hard core. Remnant of folks that you have to deal with militarily, the Afghan military deals with with potentially our advice. But but the rest of the story is some remarkable things have happened over the past year, if you'll remember the ceasefire earlier in the year, you had Taliban fighters coming into the cities for the first time and interacting with the population. There's a fatigue on both sides for all of the killing. We have ambassador 'cause I'd as well as a top rate military general as well as our Afghan ambassador all cream of the crop. And so my view is this is the best chance the best set of. Circumstances I've seen to have a favorable outcome as long as you point out as Pakistan does not mess it. All right. How close was the president to pulling out? He said publicly and his remarks that was his inclination. Yeah. I think the presence frustrated at the lack of progress over the years, and and a lot of that. Of course, was was before his time LA treasure everything else. Absolutely. And so he's frustrated, and and as as I think the president often does he asked questions allowed, and he's interested in exactly questions at sometimes freak everybody out. Well, I think everybody's getting a little more used to his style of learning about things, that's voice, MAC Thornberry. Currently, the chairman of the Armed Services Committee US house of representatives back in a moment. This is the takeout due south restroom. Us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram takeout podcast that at takeout podcast. From CBS news. This is the takeout with major Garrett. Welcome back where do south restaurant lunch has in the process of arriving MAC Thornberry's lunch as arrived. Mine will be here momentarily. I am assured. So you mentioned Pakistan moment ago maximum berry, currently,.
"thornberry" Discussed on The Takeout
"Member Adam Smith. With democrat on December sixteenth. There were strong bipartisan opposition to spending this out of the department of defense dollars. We have many needs national security. We can't steal money from their number one number two. He can't do it without a reprogramming request to congress. So he cannot do it on his own legally and congress both Republicans and Democrats do not think the DOD money should go towards building wall on the border is he right? The way you put it. Yes. You do not we do not support taking away money that is being used to fix our planes and ships and train allocate for by congress specifically for that purpose with a Dr need for it. Remember, how many military accidents? We've had over the last two years. I'm not for taking away from that effort to fund anything else. Anything else anything else? Now also think we need to adequately fund border security. So that we don't have to keep sending troops down to the border to back up the border patrol in the last three presidents have had to do that. So we need to put enough money and resources into doing this idea the destruction is toying with reprogramming with or without congressional consent. About idea it is a bad idea to take money away from urgent needs in the department offense to use for as say any other purpose. Now if there's two. Slack. Caveats one is there is a military training range on the border that has had some issues with people illegally crossing and interfering with with training. Secondly, if there is enough money for the military, and then there is money on top of that. Well, maybe then we can talk about using it for other government purposes, but to round this out this administration any administration would need the explicit consent of congress to reprogram this money. Sure. Border wall construction to take money from one purpose that's been approved by congress and use it for another. You have to go through this reprogramming president cannot do it by himself. Now, there is no executive Fiat. He can exercise legally to do that. I know of none. And I know of no instance, where it has been and you would tell the White House get right with this. Now. Now, do it the right way. And do you think congress would be amenable to this? Well, it goes back to what we were just talking about. What are the pieces that you put together what's the dollar amount and the dollar amount? I do not understand frankly is so hard to have border security and fix for the dreamers package them together. Everybody gets something. I would have thought that would have been done a long time ago. That's what of thought a year ago, and it hasn't happened. Stuck completely that's backdoor and very curly. The chairman of the Armed Services Committee US house of representatives. I major gear where do south khloe will be here to take my order momentarily. I certainly hope on the other side of this wasn't a good idea for the president to send the military to the border in the teeth of midterm election. We'll get back Thornberry's answer on that. We. Eight the show love the show need or want to vent. Trust me. We understand takeout podcast at CBS. News dot com. You're listening to the takeout from CBS News Radio that may trigger. Welcome back..
"thornberry" Discussed on The Takeout
"I major Garrett wait a minute. There's a new title involved chief Washington correspondent CBS news. What does that mean a lot of nonsense? But for the purposes of this show, it just means the takeout his even more secure than it was before. I got the new title. That's all you need to know about it. The takeout is in a better more secure place. Now that I'm the chief Washington correspondent more on that in twenty nineteen. But for the moment, we are due south having lunch. Great southern restaurant. I'm going to be devouring some fried chicken in the not too distant future. Khloe our waitress will be here in just a moment at the takeout microphones max foreign berry, currently, the chairman of the Armed Services Committee in the house of representatives. He will soon give up that exalted position. Because as you might have read in the papers. There was a midterm election and a shift in. Power in Washington. Democrats will be in charge of the new congress in January twenty nineteen which means Mr. Thornberry will be the ranking Republican on the Armed Services Committee. What does the Armed Services Committee? Do it overseas. The policy side of our military and other national security related issues. It authorizes all sorts of programmatic approaches to national defense homeland security et cetera. And then provides that authorisation to appropriators in congress who handle the spending side, and they oftentimes work hand in hand, MAC Thornberry. Thanks for joining us at the takeout microphones. Thanks for having me. Major and congratulations on your new exalted title in a city that is obsessed with titles exalted and otherwise it is somewhat note worthy. Congressman so we're in the third week of December. When this show airs much what I'm going to discuss with you. We'll have either been resolved or remain in stalemate. But there's this shut down syndrome that Washington goes through with some regularity were in the middle of another one of them. Now in general is it your assumption that there will be something worked out, and there will not be government shutdown of any duration by the twenty first of December. Well, it's ups and downs. As far as the likelihood of being some sort of shut down. I think it's important to remember, of course, that the Pentagon and much of government is fully funded through the whole year. So what we're talking about is a portion of the government twenty five percent. And if I had to bet I would say there may well be a short shirt doubt shutdown of some duration two or three days. Maybe maybe something like that. Or or even through Christmas new year couldn't? Right. It could be a bad thing. Well, it is of much more. Macro. It is a much more limited impact than if we were talking about a broader, a broader shoulda. I it's not a good thing to have happened by by any stretch. But it's also possible that both parties can adjust their sights a little bit. And there will be some sort of agreement that keeps things funded which will just defer the main issue, which is funding for border security off until the new year and border security can sometimes be placeholder for the wall. Sometimes it can be about other things if I hear Democrats correctly, they want it to be about other things not the wall. The president wants it to be primarily about the wall. Where do you land on that question years ago, the border patrol convinced me that physical barriers on the border are important and helpful to them to do their job? But that they are not sufficient for them to do their job. So you have to have. Mix of people technology and physical barriers in key places to secure the border. So I don't think a wall across the southern border make sense, but in some places it physical Bury's health does the country need more wall on. I mean wall not fences than it. Currently has we need whatever we need more of of active physical barriers k and in some places, you know, a while probably makes sense in some places, you can't really build a wall because of the rugged terrain and so forth in.
"thornberry" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Fares designed and regulated the industry admits passengers are not always offered the cheapest rate available the foreign secretary boris johnson has described one downing street's proposals for post brexit customs arrangement as crazy the customs partnership would involve the uk collecting import tariffs on behalf of the eu a new report warns the social contract between old and young people has broken down to address the problems the resolution foundation intergenerational commission once working pensioners to pay more towards the nhs and all twenty five year olds to get a windfall of ten thousand pounds thank you it's twenty six minutes to nine there is another big you vote in the lord's today group of peers trying to force the government negotiate to stay in the european economic area that means like norway would have full access to the single market but in return for payments and of course for free movement of people and separately boris johnson has been on maneuvers overnight tending the daily mail at the customs partnership that the prime minister favors with the eu is crazy let's talk first lord alli who is labor pair signatory to that amendment to the eu withdrawal bill is coming up in the lord's tonight good morning to you and we had from emily thornberry labor's foreign affairs spokesperson earlier on in the program who said she didn't have any great differences with you she has a lot of respect for you and your fellow peers are thinking of voting as you're gonna vote but when people voted to leave the european union this is not what they voted for come to this discussion as someone that's had experience building building running successful businesses and i'm trying to say look if you have a customs union which deals with goods and what we mean by that is the export and import of tangible items such as cars washing machines televisions etc where we have a ninety six billion pounds trade you also have to have an agreement that deals with services things like aerospace financial services communications the customs union is only one half of the equation we have a trade surplus in services we have.
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"Mattress i'm alison keys what's president trump's new attorney former new york city mayor rudy giuliani saying about how the ongoing russia probe should be handled he spoke with abc's this week was new private trump attorney rudy giuliani rule out the possibility of the president taking the fifth amendment huckabee be confident of that every lawyer in america thinks he'd be a full to testify i hope we get a chance to tell the risks that he's taking so what is his legal teams position on possible trump testimony or comparison to the fbi's email server investigation hillary clinton treatment is what i'm wanting for no wonder rose only a q and a the questions in advance and they write the report two weeks before which is a frequent trump talking point in tweet and rally attacks on the fbi tom foty cbs news washington killilea volcano erupting on hawaii's big island isn't shutting down now nine homes have been destroyed by lava nine fishers continue to vent lava and dangerous gases more than seventeen hundred people have been ordered to evacuate israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu says israel is prepared to confront ron sooner than later he is against the iran nuclear deal and president trump says he'll decide whether or not to stay in it by may twelfth but texas representative mac thornberry tells fox news sunday what happens next if they wish pulls out the inspectors that are in there does ron kick those inspectors out so that we lose what visibility we have there there's been a massive uptick and gun violence in chicago with more than seventy people shot in the past seven days at least five of them are dead last night police say two women were hurt in a drive by shooting outside of a hospital while awaiting news about a man wounded hours earlier in a separate shooting a quick thinking eleven year old girls saved herself from carjacker in suburban chicago well i don't want him to take what if you had a weapon in soft that's eleven year old kayla zand skis simple explanation for her brave escape from a carjacker she was in the.
"thornberry" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Romance folks as the eric metaxas show i'm sitting here with my friend greg thornberry or his official author's name is gregory alan thornberry now being infused with the other great thornberry's out there the book is called why should the devil of all the good music it's about larry norman it's obviously it just comes from that song this was a famous song by larry norman why should the devil have all the good music and doesn't that really get to the heart of his theology and his whole life that he says i want well go ahead well i you know we've we've heard it said the christian cliche we were talking about christian knees earlier eric we've heard you're supposed to be in the world but not of the world larry's issue was christian seemed to be of the world but not in it in other words they're not in the places where the oughta actually have a voice and there were certain no go areas for the church like you couldn't be in hollywood you couldn't be in rock music as we discussed earlier they thought that that was of the devil it couldn't be combined with faith and larry said no i think you can integrate your faith with all of these areas there's no no go areas for jesus the devil shouldn't have anything not your soul not your politics not your marriage and not your music and so he had this really bull in the china shop he didn't it didn't matter who he offended and so on the one hand this is important the secular record industry offered him for recording contracts there's almost unbelievable by today's standards because he was never a super huge commercial hit you know i mean he never sold millions of records and they were perplexed pulse paul mccartney said to him in an elevator you could be a huge star if you just shut up about the gods stuff calling sell your soul.
"thornberry" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Will of course have more vents has been our intention all along to do that they are expensive and difficult put together but what we're trying to figure it out i'll we had a couple of events in france which he were not invited to uh we had this summer i had some extraordinary interviews with dr john lennox one of the greatest scientists of our time just a genius and we are still editing those because i'll just say a doctor lennox spits when he talks you try it added that an and it sounds all well you know the professional chess me the professionals had been working on this for six months very very tough very brilliant but he's fist when he talks but they were amazing will do all the more them as i say all right tonight as you can already yes our format as it a different instead of me doing the interviewing breaks thornberry who's the president of king's college will be doing the interview interviewing we try to get the cabinet he was not in town we try to get alec baldwin he moved to canada as you know we got a lot of people who are way more qualified than gray and they all have an answer i purchased some land i must look at ads on my father pass away at the very my fought all these excuses knees references to read the bible and and finally we had to settle on greg and i just want apologize in advance he's just a kid i dunno fees 24 25 what are you going to do his best i'll try to do most of the talking gray is in fact the president of the king's college and it was gray enemy chill friend of breaks in my marcus speaker who really convinced me to write this book.
"thornberry" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Thornberry told reporters quote you are never satisfied because there is an urgency to find out what happened i express concerned about how long the investigation was taking until one of my colleagues reminded me we don't really know all the situation from las vegas yet referencing the recent mass shooting at a country music concert on the strip oxygen or for griffin at the pentagon some lawmakers have said they didn't know the us had hundreds of troops in his the twelvemember team was at the end of a recovery coniston's mission when dozens of militants believed to be linked to isis attacked a republican senator takes the stand as a character witness for new jersey democrat bob menendez who is on trial for corruption of all the people i've dealt with in the senate bob is very honest honorable guy outside federal court in newark south carolina senator lindsey graham reach counting what he said inside the jury also hearing testimony from new jersey's other senator democrat cory booker also describing menendez as honorable menendez accused of accepting bribes from a doctor who is a longtime friend they have both denied the charges now that aids prototypes are built for the presidents border wall the white house is hoping to get funding from congress the administration is asked for one point six billion dollars for 2018 but that includes for items other than just the wall which the gao government accounting officer said could run about four million dollars a mile what the administration ultimately gets is likely based not on need or so called operational control but politics fox's william lage and as along the border in san diego amazon just out with its.
"thornberry" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
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"thornberry" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Rebel brayden thornberry winning the empty aa golf individuals championship wanted comfortably to yeah he he tara fell apart toward the end but the help of the other golfers are in contention fall apart uh gave him a the comfortable win i'm worth i'm gonna go with child bush moving the baby that he is and uh basically throw another ten temper tantrum in the press conference in drawing up a coke hundred flurry with thank you been no one more phone call we'll take a break michael nebraska hey mike would he you have for me today i uh the state of florida you're given the option of taking a breathalyser um and two were hughes it you kinda are saying that you're probably been drinking if if tiger was drunk why did you refuse a breathalyser and when you get to the jailhouse it's mandatory they draw blood so the truth is going to come out here michael there's mixed reports on the breathaliser is is he said he didn't want to take it yossi uh yeah i don't know if i'm looking at the what appears to be a copy the police report from the palm beach post and one there's no mention of their notre of alcohol anywhere in the report there is no mention of him being arrogant or being uncooperative and then i mean unless i'm reading this wrong when you go down to the comments section it says like his speech is slow and sluggish very slurred that go then it says he arrived at four hundred hours observed for twenty minutes requested a test agreed no problem with test tech explained results blue zeroes i'll also requested urine agreed red sea w understood rights i mean it says here he blew zero sum unless i'm reading this wrong well there was reported tmz where you had comments at the scene where they said that uh.