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Democrat Cal Cunningham concedes North Carolina Senate race
"North Carolina is one of those swing states that still considered too close to call in the presidential race by the AP and the network, But it's competitive US Senate race finally did get called yesterday for the Republican incumbent, Thom Tillis. And the Democratic challenger, Cal Cunningham did something that a normal times wouldn't be newsworthy at all. When the race was called, he conceded, Cunningham said, the voters have spoken and I respect their decision. Well, The results of this election suggests there remained deep political divisions in our state and nation. The more complete story of our country lies in what
GOP Sen. Thom Tillis Wins Reelection In North Carolina After Democrat Concedes
"Meanwhile, Republicans have retained another seat in the Senate in North Carolina Democratic candidate Cal Cunningham conceded the race to incumbent Tom Tell us giving the GOP of 49 to 48 edge in the Senate. To Georgia Senate seats are still up for grabs and results won't be known on those races until
Two Georgia races will decide which party controls the Senate
"The Senate is currently split with two races still to be called on to others in Georgia to be decided in a January 5th run off Now it's pretty clear at this point that in Alaska, Sullivan is going to win the Republican In North Carolina, Thom Tillis. Basically it's already in the bag, so they'll hold those two seats based on what we have in front of us now, David Purdue is gonna run off with this guy, John. Looks like a sock puppet and Kelly lawful er she's It's like the more precarious situation. These two Republican senators right now in Georgia in a runoff January fits both of these. Go to a runoff On January 5th on Kelly lost forgets his Warnock. And and the Republicans only need to hold one of those Georgia presuming that they hold assuming that they hold North Carolina with Tillis and Alaska with Sullivan. Then they only need to get one either. Perdue who looks like he's very state against this guy, John In a January 5th runoff election, but the Democrats going to throw the kitchen sink and the you know the Winnebago and your grandmother's house, they're gonna throw everything at it. They're going to get their billionaires to go in front of it, and then to cry money and politics. And they're going to try to steal the Senate. Get control of the Senate by whatever means necessary by hook and by crook.
Control of Senate still uncertain with a few races left to be determined
"Is between Republican Senator David Perdue and Democrat John Assaraf. If Jonah's Off can pull David Perdue down below that 50% mark that race will go to a runoff A swell. Joining us now is Shivan Hughes, Capitol Hill reporter at The Wall Street Journal. They're joining us. Theo von Good to be here wanted to get an update on the elections. The Senate was something that a lot of people were focusing on. We've already kind of talked about how the polls were wrong again, or the races weren't as tight as we thought. You know, there was a lot of talk about Democrats possibly picking up a lot of Senate seats, possibly flipping the Senate. It doesn't look like that's gonna happen now. But there are some pickups that the Democrats did get, and there's still a few races that we have yet to call on this. So Shiven tell us a little bit about what's going on in the Senate. So right now, the Senate stands at an even 48 48 48 for Democrats, 48 for Republicans, Democrats picked oven at one seat because they won seats in Colorado and Arizona. But they lost a seat in Alabama. So that's where you get the net one. There are four races that are outstanding one in Alaska, where the Republican Dan Sullivan is expected to win and one in North Carolina, where that Republican Thom Tillis is expected to win, so to holds, the focus now is on to Georgia Senate races. One of them is already going to go to a runoff next year. That's the one featuring Republican Senator Kelly La Flor, who is defending that seat. The other one is between Republican Senator David producer and Democrat Jon Ossoff's. If Jon Ossoff's can pull David Perdue down below that 50% mark that race will go to a runoff. A swell If both races go to a runoff, and if Democrats pick up both seats, Democrats would have 50 seats total, which, if Joe Biden becomes the president means that Democrats would be in control. But that's a very, very narrow pathway for Democrats to climb and already you hear Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Sounding confident that he is going to be the majority leader next year. You know, I mentioned the poles and how wrong they were or how off they were. What do polls say about these two races? At least, I mean, if they're going to run off their already really tight races to begin with. So going into this, The Poles did show that these were going to be very tight races, at least especially in the case of David Perdue. He had started out in the polls a little bit ahead and then in the public polls going into this, he was less than a percentage point behind so well within the margin of error. And the point that suggested it was a dead. He we now have ah, different kind of pole in the form of the fact that people have now voted and we're seeing those votes start to come in. Currently, we have David D'oh at about the 50% mark, with votes still to be counted on absentee basis. We're looking in particular at those Atlanta suburbs, and that compares to about 47.7% for the Democrat John Assaraf with the libertarian at about 2% points, so a very, very close race there. Our Democrats looking in the house. That was another one where they said, you know, there was a possibility of them gaining seats that actually looks like they lost a few seats. So what's going on in the House of Representatives? The races aren't fully called yet. But yes, Democrats were sure they were going to pick up seats, maybe on the order of about 10 seats this cycle, and instead, Democrats are losing seats down by about seven, according to our last count. You're seeing Democrats like Joe Cunningham in South Carolina. Having lost in suburban areas like outside of ST Louis and Wagner's seat in Missouri. She held on to that Nazi which Democrats about they're going to be able to flip in New York State. Max Rose was not looking likely to keep the Democratic seat also Anthony Brindisi in a more western part of the state, not looking likely to keep his seat. So this was not a good election for Democrats. And as we Speak. The House Democrats are in the middle of a private conference call where you have to be sure they are hashing these issues out, and it's probably not very pretty. So, as you mentioned again, this kind of leaves us with the two houses divided again, just as we've had this past four years of President Trump, so whoever comes in, it'll be pretty difficult to get anything done again. Just as we've been going through. It's going to be really hard to get anything done. And because the outcome in the Senate is uncertain, we don't know exactly what's going to be possible. But whatever it is, it's going to be a lot less ambitious than what Democrats were thinking. Democrats were already planning for a big Corona virus relief package early next year. They had been planning to do major legislation on climate change, and you're seeing those be scaled back. I'm hearing people talk about maybe an infrastructure package that has Eluded both parties for so long, maybe something on broadband. I'm starting to hear with expectations that Joe Biden is likely to be the victor. Is there anything that he could do through executive action? Could he take money that Congress has already appropriated it and repurpose that it wouldn't be nearly enough as what Democrats are hoping to achieve their covert aid bill, but they're starting to explore alternative pathways.
North Carolina vote totals unlikely to change until next week, State Board of Elections says
"The Board of Elections says it will be next week before we know the official outcome in North Carolina's presidential race. Richard Stelling reports the North Carolina Republican Party is feeling confident that President Trump will secure the state's 15 electoral votes. At a press conference yesterday, North Carolina's party chair Michael want, Lee said. They're celebrating and absolutely a fantastic election day, he said. President Trump and his campaign took the contest in North Carolina. Very Seriously, and it's paid off. Watley also projected confidence that Senator Tom Tillis will be reelected. I'm Richard selling
Democrats are now unlikely to win a majority in the Senate: Here's where things stand
"Republicans are enjoying a much better election than anticipated. Republicans are now poised to maintain their majority in the Senate. I just received a very gracious call from Sara Gideon conceding the raise voice of Republican Senator Susan Collins, speaking earlier today in Maine, a state that Democrats had considered a must win to have a chance at flipping the Senate. No. In the House Republicans are expected to pick up seats shrinking the Democrats majority down to single digits for more on this NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis is here. Hey there, Sue what went wrong, so to speak for Democrats? Yeah, I mean, it's been a complete reversal of fortune for Republicans down the ballot. There had been this widespread confidence that Democrats were going to take over the Senate that they could gain as many as six or seven seats. And that Democrats were poised to grow their majority in the House by as many as 10 to 20 seats. Obviously, not if that happened. I think the one thing everyone is pointing to right now is just how wrong the Poles were. I think in that main Senate race that's a great example. The Democrats Sara Gideon, she led in public polls all year long and yet still fell far behind in the race. I talked to election analyst Sean Trendy this morning, and he told me that polling simply did not account for Trump's support that a significant number of Trump voters just were never accounted for. Those are the exact people that when you hear a phone call in the person says Hi, I'm from the New York Times. Would you take it all? Just go click. I think it is that straightforward. I also talked to Democratic Congressman Ami Bera of California today, and he said that the polling was way off from where it was in the 2018 midterms. And that's when Democrats won. He basically told me he just thinks Democrats couldn't account for the effect that Trump has when he himself is on the ballot. While it looks like Republicans will hold their majority in the Senate, Not all races have been called. Can you tell us what still outstanding? Yeah, There's still five races that haven't been called 47 have been called for Democrats 48 for Republicans won were watching really closely Is Michigan. There's a Democratic incumbent there. Gary Peters. He's running narrowly behind a Republican John James. Obviously, what could be a pickup opportunity for Republicans. North Carolina remains really tight, but incumbent Republican Senator Tom Tillis is leading. You know, that was always seen as a state that was critical to the majority. So if Republicans hold it, I think that's one of the reasons why they seem to feel pretty secure. Right now. Alaska hasn't been called, but I don't really see any reason there to think it's going to be a Democratic pick up and Last one's Georgia. There's two Senate races there. One of them is going to go to a January runoff, and it's quite possible. The other one where it's held by incumbent Republican David per two, might be able to hold it off and win it out, right. Given that there are some races that are going to be uncertain, at least for the next few days does that What does that mean for the Senate majority? It does, and you know, depending on how Georgia goes, it could take quite some time. North Carolina in particular, could be tight and could be subject to court challenge. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke to that reality earlier today in Kentucky. You can anticipate in close elections, Both sides will be lawyered up and we'll end up in court. It's happened over and over and over again. Nothing unusual, and I do want to see her. I think McConnell has a point, and it's worth focusing on that. I think a lot of people are really nervous about what's gonna be happening with Balan challenges. It's really not uncommon, especially in Senate races to go through court challenges. Before they're certified. It happens almost every election year. That's NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis. Thank you. You're welcome.
Democrats are expected to retain control of the House, but there are still races to watch tonight
"At this point, there has been no net change in the balance of the US Senate and to talk about that. We're joined by NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis. I su Hey, Ari. Let's take a broad look at the Senate map. Tonight. Republicans have held a few key seats. The Democrats are still hoping to win back in some cases, in some cases that has escaped their grasp tonight. What's the landscape is you see it now? Well, I think it looks like the path to the Democrats. Flipping control of the Senate is getting narrower. And now as the night goes on, Republicans holding onto seats in Texas and Kansas and Lindsey Graham winning reelection in South Carolina. These were always sort of reacher Democratic seats, But we were looking to them a signs of, you know, maybe this would be a big blue wave night. I think we're seeing enough results coming in that We do not believe this is going to be a big blue wave night. Certainly not down the ballots, so The path for Democrats to win a majority is just getting more difficult. We're still looking and waiting for results in Arizona, where Democrats expect to flip a seat there, and in Maine, where incumbent Senator Susan Collins has had probably her toughest reelection yet, but again, even with those two seats, that might not be enough to get Democrats where they need to be at also know we've been watching North Carolina really closely all night. Largely seen as a bellwether state for how the Senate would go Republican incumbent Thom Tillis is leading there. The Associated Press has not called the race. But Republicans I'm talking to tonight feel pretty good at their chances of holding on to a Senate majority, albeit with fewer seats and explain why that matters what the difference is between if we imagine that Biden wins the presidency, which we certainly don't know, But what is the difference between A Democratic president with a democratically controlled Congress and a Democratic president with a Republican controlled Congress. Well, I think what's interesting is if Republicans do retain control of the Senate. In some ways, it will be a status quo on Capitol Hill. We're looking at still split control of Congress. Democrats are still heavily favored toe hold their majority in the house. There's no reason to doubt that will happen, so whoever the next president is, but whether it be Donald Trump or Joe Biden They're likely to be facing a divided Congress. And what is the lesson? Bin of the past decade of divided government is that it's a recipe for gridlock and for a confrontation, and if that is the outcome of this election, I think the idea that we're going to see big sweeping legislative change becomes less and less likely, and on the House side. I interviewed Speaker Nancy Pelosi yesterday and she was optimistic about Democrats picking up seats tonight so far. Republicans have won a couple of seats they have and they have, and I think that's one of the things I'm looking at. That suggests that this sort of down ballot activity we're seeing is evidence that we're not going to see a big, dramatic Democratic wave tonight. Democrats still forecast to pick up digits seats in the single digits. But you know forecasters, we're going into the night saying they could pick up a CZ. Many is 15 to 20. That seems really unlikely. And we are seeing Democrats losing in some places to Democratic incumbents have already lost in Florida and South Florida, where the party took a bit of a weapon. Tonight. There's Democrats in New York. Max Rose, who was a freshman Democrat who won in the 2018 Democratic wave in a Staten Island district, a district very friendly to Donald Trump. He's down in the polls right now, but That race hasn't been officially called yet either Bellwether races in Virginia, you know, Republican incumbents have been winning their Arkansas so it is definitely not the terrible night that a lot of house Republicans were braced for. And if anything, I think I hear much more optimism coming from Republican strategist and Democrats at this hour, one race that is getting national attention, not because it was competitive, but because of the person who wanted Marjorie Taylor Greene. Somebody who has Made racist statements supported the conspiracy theory Q and on and is now headed to Congress. She is, and I would also note that in one of the Georgia Senate races tonight, Kelly Leffler Well, we can't say she won the runoff because it hasn't been declared. But her conservative opponent, Doug Collins, could seated the race to her, which means she will be the Republican likely going to a runoff in January, and she courted Marjorie Greens endorsement in the Senate race, and I think that speaks to sort of The influence the rising influence that someone like Marjorie Green and her views have inside the Republican Party to The Associated Press is actually just called the Georgia Senate going to run off with you as you were speaking.
Cunningham and Tillis in tight battle in Senate race in North Carolina
"Carolina easily this year. The race in the target state is much closer and with 15 electoral votes up for grabs. Republicans air hoping a battleground blitz will pay off. Republican Senator Tom Tell us the president's focusing on North Carolina the same way I am in the battleground states were saying that breaks happen, just like they did in 2006 thing is one of the hardest campaigners you'll ever see. Senator Tillis was facing an uphill battle in his reelection bid. He's trailing Democratic candidate cow Cunningham, even after Cunningham admitted to having an inappropriate relationship outside his marriage. Democrats continue to outspend Republicans on the Senate race by a significant margin in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Mark MEREDITH Fox News 13. North Texas cities are ending their decades
North Carolina voters unmoved by Dem Senate hopeful’s sex scandal
"Weeks from today Americans will not just decide who they want the White House, but the balance of power the Senate as well On. Congressional races in down ballot races in the US Senate thirty-five seats up this year twenty three held by Republicans, Twelve Democrats, and pulling analysis site fivethirtyeight. Now, project Democrats are slightly favored to take over that chamber, but it's close we've been falling day by day and expanding battleground map of states that now have genuinely competitive Senate races one of those races where the pulling seem pretty good for Democrats early on with North Carolina. That's where incumbent Republican Senator Thom Tillis is facing a challenge from former state senator and. Iraq and Afghanistan war veteran cal Cunningham and back in the beginning of September cutting performing pretty well point ahead of us in the monmouth university poll which left a lot of people thinking wow, this could happen. Could this be a democratic Senate pickup and then a week and a half ago that also seemed to be up ended on October Second Tillis his campaign confirmed the senator tested positive for corona virus, and later that very same day text messages surfaced between cal Cunningham and a woman who is not his wife. After about a week of pretty brutal extramarital relationship accusations started look like I don't know maybe Democrats were counting their chickens a little too early in the north. Carolina Senate race but that new bullying came out and guess what the whole thing seems to have helped. Cal. Cunningham. In a Monmouth University poll just released today cutting lead over Senator Thom Tillis is actually expanded. He's now by four points whereas he was only by one September.
What to watch in Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation hearings
"Hearings begin this morning for President Trump Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Cockney. Barrett W GOP's Mitchell Miller has more from Capitol Hill. The judge in her opening statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee plans to say that the court should not try to make policy and that those decisions should be left to political branches of the government. But the Senate's top Democrat, Chuck Schumer, argues that Barrett should recuse herself from issues such as the Affordable Care act because of her past statements. She's being rushed through to decide decisions that she's all right. He seems to have made up her mind on two of the senators on the Judiciary Committee. Utah's Mike Leigh and North Carolina's Thom Tillis recently tested positive for covert 19 and the hearings will allow senators to join virtually Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says there's no reason that can't be done The Judiciary Committee alone as hell more than 20 harbored hearing since the start of the pandemic on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P News president Trump says
Trump aide Nick Luna tests positive for the coronavirus
"In the president's inner circle has tested positive for the virus. Fox News confirming Nick Luna, the director of Oval Office operations is infected. Contact tracing is underway after a series of positive test results. Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, now the third Republican lawmaker, to test positive for Cove in 19. Along with senators Thom Tillis of North Carolina and Mike Lee of Utah faxes Rachel Sutherland, Senators. Tillis and Lee both attended an event last weekend at the White House. They're talking, but it remains to be seen if White House Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will reach a deal on another Corona virus relief package. Last week, the House passed a bill that has no chance in the Senate. Well, unfortunately, Speaker Pelosi has weaponized the stimulus bill. You know, they passed it. Try to pass it along party lines on Thursday night this past week, But 18 Democrats voted with us on the Republican side against it. House Republican Mike Johnson, America's
3 Republican senators test positive for COVID-19
"More now on that Supreme Court vacancy. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell now says the Senate will not meet in person for two weeks after three Republican senators recently tested positive for Corona virus, But McConnell is still pledging to move full speed ahead to confirm Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the court. Senator Mike Lee seemed fine on Wednesday, but by Thursday he had symptoms. That's the same day he sat next to Wisconsin's Ron Johnson, who has now tested positive to sow has North Carolina's Thom Tillis, who likely was in the Rose Garden last Saturday and sits on the committee that will handle Judge Amy Cockney barrettes Supreme Court confirmation
Two GOP senators test positive for Covid-19, potentially jeopardizing Barrett confirmation vote
"Two Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee have tested positive for Corona virus That raises some questions about the upcoming Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. North Carolina Senator Tom Tillis and Utah Senator Mike Lee said Friday they had tested positive. Both attended a ceremony for Barrett at the White House last weekend with President Trump, who announced Friday, of course, that he was positive. However, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell declared the confirmation process was going on as scheduled.
3 Republican senators test positive for COVID-19
"Leader Mitch McConnell says he wants to cancel legislative work until October 19th because of Corona virus cases, infecting three senators. That, however, will not delay confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. The Senate Judiciary Committee still intends to begin that hearing on October 12th as scheduled, despite many objections from Democrats. Two Republican members of the Judiciary Committee. Utah Senator Mike Lee and North Carolina Senator Tom Tillis announced they had the Corona virus and tested positive on Friday. Republican Senator Ron Johnson has also tested positive for the virus. Also, former New Jersey governor Chris Christie tested positive. He tweeted that he's receiving medical attention at this time, and we'll keep people apprised of his condition. Mrs
Chris Christie, who helped Trump prepare for the debate, has the virus
"Contact Tracy, now widening. After a busy week of events for the president from the debate in Ohio and a rally in Minnesota to a fundraiser in New Jersey and another event last week ceremony to announce a Supreme Court nominee may be central to the White House related cluster, ABC, Cecilia Vega. There is a very alarming thing happening with the circle around President Trump and the growing number of positive cases that we're seeing Hope pics. We just learned that former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and ABC News contributor has tested positive. We know that He was in the debate prep with the president. We know that he was there in that Rose Garden event a week ago today, others are testing positive. Two senators Mike lied Thom Tillis and Ron Johnson.
3 Republican senators test positive for COVID-19
"To call off legislative work until the 19th of October after several tested positive for covert 19, But correspondent Ben Thomas reports not all the work. Three Republican senators Mike Lee of Utah, Thom Tillis of North Carolina and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin have announced they've tested positive for covert 19 and others are awaiting results. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett will begin on October 12th. Wordless and Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham notes that senators can attend the hearings. Virtually that's drawing protests from the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer, who says if the cove it threat is too great for Senate sessions, it makes parents confirmation perilous to Ben Thomas Washington Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says he feels badly for President Trump over Cove in 19. CBS's Alisyn Keys. Biden says he hopes this is something Mr Trump and his wife could get through. As for questions about more presidential debates, Biden says he hopes there are more debates if the president is healthy enough to do so. Biden also says any rules change is decided by the debate commission for the next debate. Are fine by him. Their first meeting was chaotic and full of interruptions. Alison Keys CBS News Months of
2 members of Senate Judiciary panel test positive for coronavirus — raising questions about SCOTUS confirmation
"Of the Senate Judiciary Committee test positive for the Corona virus. This raises questions about upcoming Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. North Carolina Senator Tom Tillis and Utah Senator Mike Lady both tested positive for covert. 19 Both attended a ceremony for Barrett at the White House on September 25th with the president, Republican
"tillis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I'm Ham who sell Fox News. Moments from now President Trump's doctor will update his condition. He's being treated for the Corona virus at Walter Reed Military Hospital before the president was hospitalized. He received Tale of two experimental drugs through an I've meant to supply antibodies to help him fight the infection. The one time 8 G dose from Regeneron Pharmaceuticals has not yet been approved for trading Corona virus. Some doctors believe that President may have been hospitalized to monitor how he reacts to the drugs. Faxes. Hosni the president was also given a course of round here. First lady Melania Trump, who's also infected is said to be doing well. A spokesperson says her symptoms have not worsened and she continues to rest. Another member of Congress tests positive. Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, now the third Republican lawmaker to test positive for Cove in 19, along with senators, Tom Tell US of North Carolina and Mike Lee of Utah. Meanwhile, President Trump remains at Walter Reed, where GOP Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana a medical doctor says he can carry out his duties. Telling Fox and friends he will be able to conduct is his issues as a president, as long as the symptoms don't get too bad. Tillis inlay on the Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to start confirmation hearings for a Supreme Court nominee, Amy Cockney Barrett in less than two weeks. Faxes Rachel Sutherland To the campaign trail where Joe Biden is again calling for a national mass mandate while wishing the first family well, this.
Trump Campaign Manager, More People in Inner Circle Test Positive for Coronavirus
"Of people in President Trump's circle who have contracted the coronavirus continues to grow. President Trump's campaign manager, Bill Stepien, has tested positive for the Corona virus, Political said Stepien received his diagnosis yesterday and as experiencing mild flu like symptoms. Former Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway has tested positive for covert 19 and is experiencing mild symptoms, according to a tweet. Conway says she is in quarantine in a consultation with her doctors. And says, as always, my heart is with everyone affected by this global pandemic, Republican Senator Tom Tillis said. He also ask over 19 Rana McDaniel, the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, also announced Friday that she tested positive joining Trump the first lady. Top Trump ate whole picks and numerous others. Stepien, who joined Trump at Tuesday's first presidential debate, plans to quarantine until he recovers.
"tillis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"2700, journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm more cramped in this is Bloomberg. David, Thanks so much Mark. Each week in the run up to the election. We're going to take a look at one of the critical swing states last week it was Arizona we looked looked at this week. It is North Carolina and to give us a sense of the politics of the state and how they may be changing. We welcome now, Professor Michael Bitzer. He is chair of the Department of Politics at Catawba College. So, Professor Thank you so much for being with us. Give us your sense. A snapshot right now of North Carolina. And And what is it? Is it blue? Is it red? Is it purple? What is it? What is it? We are a purple state with a very slight tent. Two ribs were center lean right, but it's all dependent on who shows up. And what has happened here in North Carolina, after 2008 and particularly 2010 is that North Carolinians have basically sorted themselves into the respective partisan camps, you know, in 2000 for George W. Bush won the state by 13% points and the Democratic governor who was running for re election. Also one by 13% points. That day of North Carolinian, splitting their tickets as now shrunk to probably 3 to 5% of the electorate. Most North Carolinians have their minds made up going into November 3rd. So that's true sort of cost. The country appears there's a low number of undecided. Give us a sense of your campaign in North Carolina is a geographic difference. What he what do you really want to focus on One of the key counties, for example, are the key counted. You have to get I think certainly out of the 100 counties in North Carolina, 12 of them will deliver 50% of the vote. And those are the major urban counties. Mecklenburg home to Charlotte, Wake County, home to Raleigh, the state capital. But it's critical that within those urban counties, the suburbs within those urban counties are indeed the true battle grounds. Central City's like Charlotte and Raleigh, voted for Hillary Clinton to tow one in 2016. If you go to the surrounding suburban counties, Donald Trump won those counties to tow one in 2016. It's those urban suburbs that literally split 50 50 slight edge to Hillary Clinton and 2016. I'm going to be watching those to see if there's any slippage among the Republicans in those areas. And how deep is the margin in the surrounding suburban counties? Can Democrats eat into that Republican advantage? How fast is it growing? That is to say there are a fair number of voters today that there were unique there to 2016? There is and nearly two million new registered voters since 2016. So this state is continues to grow exponentially, as does our registered voter pool slightly over seven million registered voters so far, and out of that we already have nearly a million North Carolinians. You are registered voters who have requested an absentee by mail ballot that is unheard of in this state. So the interest in the enthusiasm is certainly through the roof here in North Carolina, so just looking at the real clear politics average of the polls, which is one way to look at it, it looks like it's like 1% for Biden right now in North Carolina, which is essentially a dead heat. Effectively. How do you play right now? Is it a dead he and it's really fighting over that very small number of people that are undecided. It truly is, you know, I heard one political consultants say if a candidate wins by more than 5% in the state, that's a landslide. And so Donald Trump won the state a little over 3.5% points. Thom Tillis in 2014 by a point and a half, so this is going to be a very tight election. It's all dependent upon again who shows up and how do the campaign's motivate and energize their respective basis. And what are the issues Because there's some speculation right now, with the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsberg, that is really elevated the importance of the Supreme Court. Is that true in North Carolina, and if so, which way do you think it cut? Honestly, I think it's too early to determine that here in North Carolina, but I think the key voting bloc will be suburban women. How does the president's pick? Play to them. Are they willing to look past is other issues and concerns that they have about the president and vote purely on the court and the court nominee that he puts forward? I think that's just going to be the critical component white suburban women in those competitive battleground states of North Carolina. You mentioned Senator Tillis give us a sense of how that race is doing, because again, looking at the real clear politics average at least He's losing about 3.5%, which was probably within the margin of error. It is certainly within the margin of error. But interestingly he's playing behind the president's numbers here in the state, and early on, he made a concerted effort to tie himself to President Trump. When President Trump's approval ratings started to slip in this state, So too, did his numbers as well. So he needs to hope that this Supreme Court pick really energizes and pulls the base back to supporting him. Come November, 3rd, Okay, because they're really great to have you with us. It was very instructive. That's Professor Michael Bitzer of Catawba College coming up here, We're gonna take a look at how much political risk.
"tillis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Plumbing heating and air conditioning traffic center stretch of highway ninety seven shutdown each way county little east of lizard lick road due to storm damage putting extra pressure on sixty four to sixty four eastbound side approaching the lizard lick exit. I'm Steve counts. One. Oh, six one at 'em talk. This report is Honda Kerry, Mark, you're the ward winning or pork, Honda and Cary North Carolina's number one Nucor volume dealer where we put our customers Spurs and offer auto pork for life. That's little changes learner cars and more all in no cost to you in all with Lee peace of mind pricing. Autopart conned in care. President Trump proposed cutting foreign aid spending thirty percent, but tender Thom Tillis said no Thom Tillis also opposed. President Trump's emergency declaration to build the wall Tillis told the Washington Post he would vote against Trump's border wall plan on principal across North Carolina. Republican started choosing sides, and they chose Trump. And then finally just moments before the vote Tillis flip-flopped. It's time to drain the swamp. We need to elect a Senator who fight for us. Not Washington, Colin Tucker of conservative is running against Thom Tillis, garland Tucker will vote to cut foreign aid spending and garland Tucker will stand beside President Trump to build the wall. It's time to drain the swamp. Tucker conservative for Senate, they'd board by garland Tucker for Senate garland, Tucker. Approve.
"tillis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Org slash forum or on our Facebook page or tweet us at K Q E D forum or just send us an Email forum at kqeDorg. So as we're talking about President Trump's got I want your thoughts on the national emergency. And he has vowed to veto if congress goes against it. And it looks like there enough Senate votes probably to make that happen. You've got rand Paul and Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski and Thom Tillis need fifty one to pass. And at this point if you're the vote Connor it's likely to pass likely to be vetoed, though. We could never predict things I think that's pretty. Predictable but voting on border security on the wall are not predictable. Because here's the president again seeming almost mounting a campaign. I mean, not only Kristen Nielsen's testimony. But also, the president talking about being invaded again by drugs and human traffickers and criminals, and I was struck personally by clay Diggins remarks, Republican from Louisiana who's become a kind of spokesman for the Trump administration on the border and said every day is d day. Now, I mean that many invaders are coming into our country d day may not be the right metaphor for what we are seeing on the southern border. But we did get new numbers out from the customs and border protection just this week which showed a an ongoing surge in the number of illicit border-crossers, especially family members coming from Central America coming from the strife-torn regions and on us in Guatemala, El Salvador. Those numbers are. Up. There's there's no question now that we are seeing an increase in numbers. The other question to ask though is is the president's proposed expansion of the border wall an appropriate response to that. Because what we've heard one one border protection personnel. Another tell us is that the these families that are coming across the border aren't making any effort to evade capture to evade detection. They're turning themselves into the border patrol agents as soon as they cross. So whether a wall would make any difference in those circumstances, I think is is a very open question. But there, but we do now see some evidence to back up the administration's claim that there has been a surge in illegal border crossings the numbers are there. The the numbers are there to say this constitutes something different than just the status quo. Whether that's a security emergency, whether it's a humanitarian emergency what kind of emergency it constitutes. I think depends on your point of view. You, but we are seeing as you say a move among some Republicans a handful of Republicans in the Senate to challenge the president's authority to kind of overrule congress and his power of the purse, and and earmark this spending for his border wall. Senator Paul was the fifty first vote, and now that the that tipping point seems to have been reached. We may see a few other Republicans cross the cross the island, and and vote that way almost certainly not enough votes in either the house or the Senate to override a presidential veto. Everyone agrees is ultimately going to go to the courts. But I do think it's important as the courts way, the president's move here. And whether it's appropriate that congress is on record saying both houses of the house and the Senate are on record saying, we don't think this is an appropriate use of the president's authority. Can you imagine the pressure on these senators who've decided to go rogue on Trump? Well, Susan, Susan Collins Lisa Murkowski of had no no problem challenging the president in the past. Thom Tillis is. That's an interesting move by the Senator from North Carolina. We haven't seen him buck the White House, very often. And then rand Paul is kind of an idiosyncratic guy. He's he's obviously ran against the president in two thousand sixteen he has largely been aligned with the White House in in many areas, but he still has his his areas where he's willing to willing to buck. The party line tell you about a range of things with Scott Horsely. We'll get into some other matters where we'd like to hear your thoughts and your questions and so taking your calls again. The number to call is eight six six seven three three six seven eight six and we begin with win morning. Good morning with the worldwide focus on Trump and Kim in this Korean situation. Could you please comment on the role of the South Korean and Japanese governments in the process, and what is the hope of these governments and moving forward in? In some form of resolution of the Korean mishmash. What president moon in South Korea? I think has been very much a cheerleader for this new negotiation, and for you know, perhaps some mending of ties between north and South Korea. I think prime minister obey in Japan has been a little more skeptical of the whole process a little bit more skeptical of Kim Jong owns intentions, both Japan and South Korea course, key defense allies, the United States, and it's been interesting to hear President Trump continuing to complain about the cost of defending South Korea, and the cost of those twenty eight thousand troops that we maintain their. When he extended the moratorium on joint military exercises with South Korea. It was all seemed to be all about the economics of it rather than the the the last few involved, but the South Koreans, I think are very much interested in seeing some kind of deal here, the Japanese I think are more they're certainly open to to a deal that ensures nuclear safety, but they were certainly worried that for for instance, Trump might have come away from Hanoi with a deal that that dismantled North Korea's long range missiles, the ones that can strike the US, but didn't didn't protect Japan. So they were kind of skittish going into this all of them. I think are relieved that the president didn't give away the store. The South Koreans are more frustrated that talks are sort of on hold for the time. Being the missiles were talking about connection hit Denver now. I mean, we're not just talking about California. That's right. And since Denver's my hometown, that's. That's certainly a concern. Let me thank the caller. And let's go to another caller. That's you Kelly. You're on the air. Good morning. Hi, good morning. My question is regarding the border patrol numbers at the gentleman just cited regarding whether or not those numbers actually account in any way, or the numbers of asylum seekers who are being turned away from the legal processes. I guess I'm on the border either through unofficial intimidation or through the officials say Mexico policy and weather, a better approach to curbing illegal entries would be just to process asylum seekers the legal way that they've always been processed at the border. Is there any connection between the phenoms, quote, unquote, search that you're referencing and the intimidation and turning away of asylum-seekers? Well, I think I I haven't dug deeply into this. But I believe the way it works is if the asylum seeker makes it onto US soil than they are counted in those numbers, and if they are, you know, intimidated, discouraged, or for whatever reason don't cross the border and stay in. Do you wanna or in Juarez or wherever they may be on the Mexican side of the border, then they're not included in those numbers. So I think I think the number only counts those who are actually successful in getting a foot across the border onto US soil. That's there's no question that a big portion of that that that number is now central Americans, many of them in family groups and many of them claiming asylum for for fear of violence or persecution back home. And that does reflect a change from what we saw say around the to the year two thousand nine hundred eighty nine when we did see much higher overall numbers of born unauthorized border-crossers, but many more in those days were single people coming from Mexico and primarily to look for work. And the reason that's significant is that the options that are open to the US government for dealing with someone who crosses from Mexico and is looking for work versus a family crossing from Central America and seeking asylum. It's a it's a bigger burden on the authorities to deal with the family members coming and seeking asylum in the Obama administration. They were typically are released to await their asylum hearing and came into the interior of the United States. The Trump administration has tried to avoid that. That's why they've run all these complications with things like family separation. But because they're not simply. Allowing the asylum seekers to enter the US, and and hang out here during the months or even years, it might take to that have their asylum claim, processed, that's what's putting the real strain on the system. Let me thank you for the call Kelly, and since you mentioned the Obama administration the kind of an offbeat question from Rene. You don't have to answer this. You can take the fifth Rene says, I respect Scott's equanimity covering the White House. Did you this is a dress to you Scott ever consider quitting after transitioning from covering Obama to Trump? No, no. I I it's been a real privilege. I am actually going to be making a change. I'm going to be switching beats and a couple of weeks here and going to be moving over to covering the economy fulltime, but it has been privileged both to cover the Obama administration and the Trump administration. I think we we we play an important role holding whoever the president is accountable and Mike my colleagues will continue to do that. I'm sure aggressively. How you feel about moving in a different beat into a different beat. I am both. It's a little bittersweet I'm excited, but also a little bit. It'll be tough to leave a beat. I've come to know and certainly enjoy but I've been doing it for ten years. That's that's a long time. And it'll be good for me to explore some new challenges and probably good for our listeners to have some some fresh eyes and lungs and legs. Chasing after President Trump. I said trade was one of your strong suit. So that certainly ties into this move. I have to ask you though about covering the president because in the White House. I was gonna ask you, for example, about security clearances. I was talking about Kushner getting a security clearance, and we can talk about that and Flynn too. But you know, wondering why the president has to lie so much. I mean, it's an iguana me. And I know it is to you and you want to keep your equity here. But for example, it was clear that he could have X catheter said, you know, I want my son to have security clearance. And he didn't he said I had nothing to do with it. But he, of course, did have something to do with the a lot to do with it. So so here we have this story come out began with the New York Times and others have now match this that President Trump ordered that Jared Kushner is lobby granted a top secret clearance over the objection of the security professionals. There are only intelligence, but even people like Kelly exactly and and the White House counsel, then White House counsel, Don Mcgann who apparently felt strongly enough that both Kelly Ann Mcgann wrote sort of CYA memo to the file just to record their their concerns about this. And now we have a. And so, of course, there there are questions being raised and the the defense of the the administration has been well, the president has the absolute authority to grant security clearances to whomever. He wants no question about that. But if he didn't think there was anything wrong with it. Why didn't he just say that why did he and Kushner himself and Kushner's wife? The president's daughter Ivanka Trump all maintain that this security clearance was granted through ordinary processes when obviously it was it was granted because the president ordered it. He doesn't want to be charged with nepotism or something like that. I get I mean, I'm just making a wild guess here, but this has been characteristic behavior. But when when the president complains about the fishing expedition were all the questions that are being raised a lot of those questions could have been avoided had he simply spelled out the facts as we now know them to be in the first place when you when you evade when you've mischaracterized facts when you misrepresent things it naturally makes people suspicious and speaking about evasion and making peace Bill suspicious. What do you make out of the fact that you know? President Obama Beck in Sydney. President Trump back at twenty eleven was saying President Obama is not intelligent. We need to see his school records his academic records, and they have to be made public and they're not being made public. And now we have Michael Cohen saying I went after people not only in his college level, but back this military school, and there are records of his at have been essentially buried. Oh my goodness. In the the the stories that have come out just this week about the the length that the president and his supporters went to to bury his high school records. I mean, his his records from military school in upstate New York. As a as a teenager, you think what could possibly be in these records that would be so. So damaging to a business person or a future presidential candidate. You would go to those links to cover them up. Now, maybe it's just a natural penchant for secrecy. That comes for somebody like Donald Trump who's been running his own company. Who's had the had the ability to kind of do everything he wants in secret and his is still wrestling with the demands of transparency that come with serving as president nine states because she said it best a moment ago that like tax returns not being revealed arouses suspicion. Evasions by -solutely. What why would you go to such great lengths to conceal your own records?.
"tillis" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"We don't make the numbers at won't, but if we do and we're already seeing it early into this cycle than I do believe that we create the net incremental revenue. It's not gonna be enough to come anywhere. Close to retiring are twenty one trillion dollars in debt. That's where we're going to have to look at tough choices so that we can balance our books Senator Thom Tillis Republican from North Carolina. I'm gonna leave it there. Thanks for coming on, sharing your views much. Thank you. When we come back more on those midterm elections, which is stronger the Republicans post cavenaugh bounds or the sustained democratic anger at President Trump panelists. Next as we go to break some of what I heard this week from voters on my trip out west Zona into that. Look at the people who are, you know doing these negative ads, and then I almost two point want to not vote for those people because of the tactics that they're using. Welcome back panelists here, Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson, Peggy Noonan us for the Wall Street Journal. NBC news, correspondent and host of MSNBC live my friend Katy Tur and David Brody cheap political analyst for CBS news. Welcome all. So trying to figure out what this poll which is showing us today in our new NBC Wall Street Journal poll. And let's put this sort of his put a little bit of historical context here, presidential jobber, provable connected to seats lost in the first midterm. We go back, here's President Trump sitting at forty, seven percent. That seems to be an improvement for him, but what would forty seven percent job rating mean in the past when it comes to midterm result? Well, President Obama had exactly that forty, seven percent job approval rating in two thousand ten. His party lost sixty three seats Bill Clinton in nineteen Ninety-four. In this same period of time in October, a forty eight percent approval rating and lost fifty four seats. So Peggy Noonan should Republicans feel better or worse. This morning when they look at the NBC news Wall Street Trump, I think they should feel as confused as everybody else. The goodness for Republicans is only six months ago. I think we were all talking about a Blue Wave that we knew was coming and was going to be very significant. We're not quite talking that way anymore. It looks kind of more interesting and complicated and state by state the continuing mystery that is not a mystery is how a president and ended ministration can have what is essentially peace and prosperity, or economic growth, and no new wars and still be struggling to get to fifty percent, which in the approval polls, which if you can't is a drag on all of here, people it just as the central fact..
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"These are things that drive the message home. The Republicans can't win on those issues. So they get personal. I've talked to a lot of democratic activists this week in Nevada and air Zona a lot of democratic strategists, and a lot of them complained off the record about how Senate Democrats handled the Cavanaugh situation and they're upset because it impacted those races, both races have changed post Cavanaugh. What would you have done differently if you could do it again? That's a good question, but it tough one to answer. We were dealt cards in the Senate Judiciary committee. We never an -ticipant did the fact that there'd be a letter coming forward from Dr Ford, which eventually became public, which led to a hearing which we had not even planned. All of those things run for seeing. This was not some strategy that was laid out it unfolded this way we did the best we could under the circumstances. I still believe that we did the right thing voting against Brett cavenaugh for the supreme court. All right. I to move to the issue of the now debt confirmed dead journalist, Jamal koso- g the Saudi government after seventeen days. Now, confirming that, yes, he died at the hands of some Saudi intelligence agents. I got to put up the changing story from them, though. It's an amazing took them for a ten days. They were saying things like we're investigating. They're looking. He left the council it that was one of their first explanation saying this idea that Saudi Arabia was responsible that was baseless and false. Then. Last week they started working on a cover story. President Trump suggested rogue killers were to blame, and then finally, they claim it was essentially an accidental death as a result of some sort of brawl. Is there any part of this story that you accept his credible from the Saudi Arabian government. No. In fact, the only person on earth outside of the Saudi kingdom who appears to accept it is President Donald Trump. Here's what we ought to do, and we ought to do it tomorrow morning. We ought to expel formerly expelled the Saudi ambassador from the United States until there is a completion of third party investigation into this kidnap murder. God knows what followed that occurred in Istanbul. We should call on our allies to do the same unless the Saudi kingdom understands that civilized countries around the world are going to reject this conduct and make sure that they pay a price for it. They'll continue doing it. They have a fellow named Raif Badawi a journalist who's currently in prison for criticizing the Saudi regime. There's another man will lead care who's also facing prison and torture if necessary buy them unless he changes his criticism of gene, if we want them to stop this and make it clear, we don't accept it. We need to be decisive expelled that journalists stop our assistance to their war in Yemen. Let them know they're going to pay. A price. Do you believe the crown prince was ordered this killing Senator corker this morning says, he believes that the crown prince himself ordered this. I believe five of his top personal bodyguards or those among those currently accused in the eighteen his personal bodyguards and one of them said publicly a year ago, I don't move without an order from the executive, the crown, Princess fingerprints all over this and the fact that he is heading up the investigation makes it totally incredible. All right, Senator dick Durbin. I'm gonna leave it there. Senator appreciate your time and for coming on and sharing your, it's much appreciate it. Thanks, Chuck. Joining me now is the vice chair of the committee in charge of getting Senate Republicans elected or reelected. It's Thom Tillis of North Carolina Senator Tillis. Welcome back to the presser. Good morning. Let me start with the Saudi Arabia issue and the and the killing Mr. Kosova you probably may not have seen, but at least heard the the time line, it took the Saudi seventeen days. Same question that I had for Senator Durbin. Is there any part of the Saudi government's explanation that you find credible? No, not at this point. I agree with everything. Dick Durbin. I said, we've, we've gotta get to the bottom of it and Saudi Arabia. You do not do something of this magnitude without having clearance from the top. We need to find out who that is and hold them accountable. Are you is convinced as senators corker in Durban are as just that that the crown prince himself ordered this killing..
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"She say i love you miss ely and then she hall off and kiss me on the mouth own she say what she surprise i kiss her back say um to as kiss and kiss tillis can't harley kiss no more than us touch each other i don't know nothing about it i say to should i don't know much she said then i feel something real soft and wet on my breast phil like one of my little loss babies mouth way after wa act like a little lost baby to uh oh my hearts so i appointed to that seen in my teacher took the book from me a little or no he gave me this look like you know better but cirque was one of those characters that really stood out to me because everyone around it was like the world orbited around her you know mr wanted her sealy wanted her um you know she will come in with all these other people who violate you know say these terrible things about her and stuff like that so she was always on somebody's mind whether it was good or bad and i was like this is so intriguing what is it about this woman i'm she had that charisma that you've talked about mallory where a people which has drawn to her and i just remember thinking how can i be like this woman yoshika seeing she dressed welsh maybe she had a little a little issue the she needs some you know to be taken care of four at you know when we first see her yeah but once she got better everyone just kinda loved her and surrounded her so i i feel you on this idea of being devoted but also recognizing that she's just of this person is a somebody that you can never have.
"tillis" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"A tough weekend amee lot of uh celebrity uh his celebrity deaths as we know by the way still now david cassidy is still alive at that that has been going on he is in critical condition yes critical condition in a move to icu apparently yesterday but very critical condition and expected not to last long uh they initially were looking for some you know i i don't know where there is a liberal or kidney donor 'cause i know both of you hit me who was that he was 80 he was on the list apparently for a kidney transplant but uh one his organs they said other organ started the fail that he was no longer they didn't really odd leave at that point that a kidney transplant was his life that death was imminent and again this coming from multiple sources one of those sources being tmz uh but uh it but may have seen on facebook someone posed that he's passed away but is now is that uh uh mel tillis yeah mel tillis passed away over the weekend passed away malcolm young from ac dc uh founder of of acd c uh and if you uh uh you know crossed all the genre's there you know one thing that i think a lot of people from outside our state they come to our state and they they minded county curious that people like country music and they like rock and roll they like hard and guidry back in the day when you would go to a nightclub you would often here a mixture of both uh and that it was kind of the um i dunno against the same it the it starts to meld into not the same genre of music would certainly the same audience who appreciates in us something about country music something's about navy rock so when that happened over the weekend you know wallet the the the deaths were across the spectrum there on genres you realize there's really a a connection especially people that are within our age group you know that that go back to the heyday of the artist's mel tillis and um and malcolm young well i nasa angus talked about his his uh his broader when you know when he was bedridden in this goes back months maybe even a year ago and said to you know he had his music uh yeah a buddy holly in you know right other 50s artists they're.
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"The london the core no flaw ga a fast oh all right that was another little settled mel tillis we opened up with buck owens doing a mel tillis song sawmill from his mount from bucks 1963 album on the bandstand then we heard judge jones doing holiday for love which from 1960 four i get lonely in a hurry lp and i guess that that that'll be my holiday contribution today he is it and then um i'm not quite as i announced the the sat but we closed out with with mel tillis himself doing this a song he wrote that you probably heard i'm kenny rogers version of kenny had a big hit with that a couple of years later but that was mel tillis doing rubio don't take your loved to town and that's the last mel tillis vocal i'm going to do and i ha i realize i had not mentioned at all today the the whole stuttering thing i was i was really thinking about that i actually have in mind accent i did a little milk tell us that you haven't played so hey good good good anyhow rounded up mel tillis had at when his men mel tillis spoke he had of significant stutter when he sang it just came a beautifully you know just no problem at all if you if you ever saw him on on he was on at least two or three tv shows in that era and i mean i would call it a profound mistake uttering problem or i don't know issue and the difference is just just amazing you know but you know he kind of embraced it and then it took it yet is i somewhere i read in one of the one of the tributes obituaries when that written in the beginning of the week was he his plane was named stutter one there you go anyhow i think we need to take care of some business and then we'll get.
"tillis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"John other side months yes laura nam nam nam tells me too mel tillis learn to deal with his stutter in rural florida where he grew up in 2012 he told an interviewer from the national endowment for the arts his dad and brother stuttered to didn't realize he had a problem until his first day of school that came home that afternoon after mamedov started and she said if you do shown in the mamba they'd laugh that means gu and she said when that they're laugh at you give them some delays about and i went back to school next day and that was approached they in showbiz tillis learn to lean into the teasing he do skits a steadying auction ear on the glenn campbell hour little stabbed routines stadler brothers special and she asked me she said akram used buttering you can saying he you've done as a honey adam odd i don't have the i don't have the time pook spain all that to you with show was still hard on tillis it took some prodding from a country music icon before tillis got comfortable making fun of himself many pearl at a heart to hurt tillis was playing in our ban in a 2012 tribute to pearl singer and songwriter pam tillis said her dad refuse to introduce his own songs on stage or even thanked the crowd afterward he was bearing bears by his speech impediment as she sat him down and she said melvin said you're gonna have to talk to the people you just can't go out there and standards saying that's not going to get it mill tillis took the advice in the sphere to gov whoa to us is road defame was indirect he was a cook in the air force pick strawberries drove a truck and work for the railroad that allowed him a free ticket to nashville where he tried his hand at songwriting he would eventually released three dozen top tense by pulled measures does duck long before rubio uganda piece fluid smile and rome red hair he also wrote.
"tillis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Phnom on tells me too mel tillis learn to deal with these stutter in rural florida where he grew up in 2012 he told an interviewer from the national endowment for the arts in his dad an brothers stuttered to so he didn't realize he had a problem until his first day of school that came home that effort enough of bombardier out daughter and she said if you do shown on enacted momma they left that means gu and she said we lived there laugh at you give them some dimap about it i went back to school next day and that was my they in showbiz tillis learn to lean into the teasing he do skits about a stuttering auction here on the glenn campbell good dime hour or a little stand up routine a stadler brother special and she asked me she said akram used better you can saying he used as a honey out on out i don't have to ask i don't have the time sampha explain all that do you but showbiz was still hard on tillis it took some prodding from a country music icon before tillis got comfortable making fun of himself many pearl at a heart to hurt with tillis when he was playing in her ban in a 2012 tribute to pearl singer and songwriter pan tillis said her dad refuse to introduce his own songs on stage or even thanked the crowd afterward he was buried barras by his speech impediment as she sat him down and she said melvin said you're gonna have to talk to the people you just can't go out there and standards saying that's not going to get it mill tillis took the advice of his career to gov to us is rude to fame was indirect he was a cooked in the air force picked strawberries drove a truck and work for the railroad that allowed him a free ticket to nashville where he tried his hand at songwriting he would have been julie released three dozen top tense like cocacola cowboy excuses does that long before route care uganda peace lewis rob red hair he also wrote a charttopper about a disabled vietnam veteran praying that his girlfriend wooden.
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"Forty four that's eight six six eight four four seventy 344 are at the movies this weekend it was a not so strong opening for justice league but another film outperformed expectations the advantage of him as the now good news as far as it goes for justice league it debuted in the top spot over the weekend but failed to crack one hundred million dollars about ninety six million is the best the superhero team up movie could do that's the lowest opening of any of the dc universe film so far beyond is there a standing ovation wonder is the big surprise the story about a boy with facial deformities trying to fit in debuted with twenty seven million dollars good for second throw a rag narok dropped to third and its third week yet christopher watson abc news country music legend mel tillis died this morning of suspected respiratory failure he was 85 mel tillis was wellknown for his daughters use it for the long list with top ten conkary hits the late '60s and '70s there was partygoer rin booed woman blew as once about his speech impediment against his daughter of open the door form id anna habit came well live here long jail role in 2012 president obama awarded mel tillis national liberal march through his contributions to country music who will deal abc news oral high men a veteran actor best known for his role as russell hawks on the cosby show died friday he was ninety.
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"Six six eight four 73 fortyfour at the movies this weekend it was a not so strong opening for justice league but another film outperformed expectations age knack it's good news as far as it goes for justice league it debuted in the top spot over the weekend failed to crack one hundred million dollars about ninety six billion is the best the superhero team up what we could do that's the lowest opening of any of the dc universe film so far beyond his arrest on racial wonder is the big surprise the story about a needle deformities trying to fit in debuted with twenty seven million dollars good for second drag narok adopt a third christopher watson abc news country music legend mel tillis died this morning of suspected respiratory failure he was 85 yep mel tillis was as well known for his daughters music of a long list of top ten cutlery hits of the late '60s and '70s there was park feeler renewed nobu as wants the body's nature betterment against the daughter of open the door for madonna came alive rear admiral in 20 president obama awarded mel tillis landfill liberal arts his contributions to country music bill deal abc news earl high men a veteran actor benazir as well as russell hawks the ball on the cosby show died friday he was ninety one this is abc news is 204 here called us richer right now with us here with aaa traffic every ten minutes on the book is a slowgrowth recent than this kwali due to an earlier construction northbound i 5 for martin way to dupont is the slowdown then we had an earlier report of the collision your carpenter road also a disabled vehicle northbound 5 near 70 on the 5 curve the left hov lane is blocked in state patrol on scene i five south james street blocking the left lane you're next report at to fourteen i'm dustin richie uncle on news serta forecast now the cold weather center here surf plenty.
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"Good morning to you all if you're just tuning and there's lots of news today i'll continue to update you on the devastation in puerto rico the the outrage in the nfl about the nfl president trump's tweets but i'm joined now by two united states senator north carolina senator thom tillis in oklahoma senator james langford are here to talk about immigration reform i'll be here with you senator lakewood i must tell you this became in marginal appearance after university of oklahoma be ohio state in the shoe two weeks ago i was thinking biz might not be a good thing to do but all is forgiven because you're working on important immigration reform tells about it well obviously nothing an ordinance called footballers at any point but i say a lot that has to be done on immigration the football time the congress said this we have to do something we have to do something there's never a deadline to be able to solve immigration when president trump on out six mug from now on one a n d daca program that's an executive program and congress need the do something about it needs to pass something that president created a deadline for so there'll be a lot of different elements on those were the b border security will be visa requirement to be something else but one of the things that we have not address is what do we do with the situation in the kids that are in dhaka thom tillis and started the ball rolling i join him on hackers now joined up both of us and we're continuing to be able to push through to say how do we solve the issue of these one million kids that came when they were little children most of them in in diaper or at onetwothree poll five years old with their parents are that didn't make the decision to be able to cross the border illegally their parents did now those give they've grown up in the country they're not twenty years old and they literally have no home senator tillis coming up after the break center cut will be joining me one of the coauthors along with david purdue at a razak you've got your act on daca is there a coalition of gop years and perhaps some democrats are going to come together and do.
"tillis" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"In all i don't tried to be an overly partisan person i i got my beliefs i got my opinions and no things are subject to change worth additional knowledge experience accelere so i don't want to sit here and just hammer hammer hammer hammer any one particular politician and as the shoal is call the devil's advocate seal crude i would typically argue over different points of what a particular politician has said but donald trump has just change this dynamic so much is very difficult for me to sit up here and try to support anything even if i believed in a particular conservative ideology in support this man and it's not just independent dominic it's not just liberal crudity progressive kurdi it's also other republicans found some sound today republican senator thom tillis from south carolina brought up the discussion of smaller and protecting him from getting fired the president i mean this is or two hundred days into the president's term two hundred days it feels so very that very much longer one hundred pages doubled good let's such great it's the greatest two hundred ever also let's hear a little bit of what republicans have to say about that legislation cut number eleven place prime what this legislation does as codified the current procedures within the department of justice the only thing it adds is a review after the fact after a special counsel's been removed subject to a threejudge panel so that we can make sure that it was done from the proper cause while why would you positively need.
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"Debbie wasserman schultz in all of this she didn't this palace intrigue akm have you been groomed great harry lime crate i appreciate you take on while not great i'm in a bad mood after good a jury duty wednesday how do you get out of jury duty are you don't if you're headed now don't give me that you're just trying to score points of what i do not i mean everybody i know who has had jury duty wishes they didn't have to do it i'm hoping i think i'm is going to go into the room and just say everybody's guilty or or where bitter were a make america great again red cap all of the problems i could beat up on the way to the jury room no i probably hammered polume here but i did jury duty want any way an incredibly rewarding experience agitate mission work i mean there's a lot going on it's not like i mean i don't think i'm any better than anybody else but i do have a few people listen you know and i had to take a day off in the middle of the week to go to jury duty for you know some keisha some woman's pre probably hanging over onto the neighbors property line your listeners will know that you are concur i guess i guess i loved oriole phil everybody and whether they like it or not let's start with these republicans the thom tillis is the jeff flakes i 'cause i want to get into all of this in the case of in one that you've been all overnight i'm grateful for your voice in your your diligence on this but but tell me your theory about why re republicans are a some republicans are acting in a way the democrats never would pushing back against this improbable president uh in a way that that that it seems to suggest they think they'll be rewarded for they think there'll be reelected they think the voters appreciate him there's to me one of the most massive disconnects i've ever seen in my life between politicians and the constituents between uh broadcasters riders and their readers or their listeners or their viewers there's just such an guess it's the elitist craze uh but there's a they don't seem to be hearing their own constituents to you i mean.
"tillis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Aren't for that anymore and so i don't know of a greater disappointment to me and that we ran for election ends on this we promised the voters repeal and now we have some people getting cold feet and i guess it is a great disappointment to me because even if you say will car we need to work in committee with the democrats we need a bipartisan approach to this no democrat going to do anything tillis repealed there is no impetus there is no momentum to do anything bipartisan analyst you repeal it for the fact that you were not going to get the full repeal i hope we get a partial repeal but this is a real problem if we do nothing democrats are going to negotiate fell only negotiate when you take some of the goodies away from them well i know that and so low let's talk about and i know there's going to be a series of votes in it's going to be a voter thon i guess now for however many days and let's talk about what is going to get done and how happy you will be to do it in where we go from here in the end and and tell us what you'd like to see and how people can help you we know like a ceo victory her conservatives have we got a vote on a clean repeal it was only a partial repeal and now the next stage will be a partial partial repeal uh we can still be better than nothing the rumors are that might include getting rid of the individual mandate getting of the importer mandate and getting rid of a few taxes and that's about it but i'll still vote for that i mean i wonder pill any of obamacare emperor 100 percent repeal but of all we get 25 percent repeal uh you know the blame for that were were falls on the republicans who wouldn't vote for complete repeal but in my hand that is my compromise people say we won't compromise will one honor percent repeal but i'm going to vote for any permutation of repealed efrati get rid of you know a product obamacare that really take your freedom away and says we're going to find you if you don't bobby insurance the government tell you to buy all i mean that's just it yeah so there's going to be improvements these see you.