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"tom pale" Discussed on KCRW
"Named after a leader who ruled one thousand years ago on Friday another volunteer Ukrainian president's Lenski will receive secretary of state compare after their country found itself at the center of the impeachment process many Ukrainians are wary of Tom pales visit a short walk from the cathedral I meet political commentator Yvonne Yaacov in those people who actually into politics they are disillusioned because you know previously it was like Ukraine which was unpredictable now we will have no idea what's going to happen in the United States in the next week who's going to be the president and it's not just the political elites as yucca Vienna is feeling a growing distance between Ukraine and the United States a lot of people they are disappointed America used to be like a beacon of freedom of liberated enough anti corruption efforts and now a lot of your Kranz feel like yeah we are bound by ourselves people I spoke with here in Kiev wonder why Pompey was making his first official visit to Ukraine now at the height of president trump's impeachment trial in the Senate I met journalist Natalia grooming yoke and a key of cafe maybe there is an idea that was this we use it secretary from Pat wants to show that look I care about you crave that come to Ukraine so it could be used as well in the impeachment trial coming your sense of timing is awkward for the Lansky was been trying his best to keep clear of the political fray in Washington relations with the US Ukraine's most powerful ally have taken a hit since trump's July phone call was the Lansky now says go menu Ukrainians will be happy just keeping the status quo there are some things which should be discussed but I think it's just becoming very pragmatic relations that we do as much in order to have okay relations she says a Lansky should not trust trump to stand by Ukraine but not everyone thinks the situation is so bleak the fancy downtown cocktail bar I need Ivanpah heard knock and IT entrepreneur he doubts that Pompey was speaking for the trump administration when questioned Americans interest in Ukraine last week.
"tom pale" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Matters where you get your news WBZ newsradio lots of clouds but nice and mild word forty three degrees right now in Boston at eleven o'clock good morning I'm Nicole Davis here's what's happening early to mid January normally probably wouldn't be thinking about putting the thi time at the golf course but the thing is that's exactly what folks are thinking of doing right now for the weekend spring is actually expected to make a layover here for the next few days within WBZ's Chris fama out to the links spring isn't necessarily in the air just yet but it promises to be tomorrow and folks here on the north shore have been keeping tabs and as a lot of people watching at whether watching this course and get ready to play which here at the not haunt golf club you can do most NECW is there were open year round weather permitting an appealing option for locals well having this golf course in town always gives the opportunity if the weather does go nice you get a chance to play in the middle of winter some pretty good shape they get about breaking out the Twiggs this weekend well yes and he's not the only one that's a beautiful dog what's the puppy's name that's J. do the German shorthair pointer and she loves a golf course too what's your handicap let's see two mice this week read poem and ripple for in the hunt Chris fama WBZ Boston's news radio will get all the details on this balmy forecast coming up in just about two minutes traffic and weather together on the threes we checked every Tempe right here on WBZ one right now the White House treasury secretary Stephen Nugent secretary of state Mike Tom pale they're laying out the latest round of sanctions against Iran or striking at the heart of the Islamic Republic inner security apparatus.
"tom pale" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And the end point of seven point two six three and today we are watching for a report on private pay rolls at a fifteen Wall Street time they were also looking for earnings from companies including Lenore ever watching shares of Twitter this morning down about nine tenths of a percent Twitter said it is investigating outages across Twitter and tweet deck and service should be back to normal soon and as a Bloomberg business slash and here's Michael bar with more on what's going on around the world but the good morning good morning here in house Democrats issued a stark warning to secretary of state by Tom pale the top US diplomat accused lawmakers of intimidating and bullying state department officials by calling them for depositions related to the Ukraine inquiry in a letter sent yesterday afternoon the chairman of the house intelligence foreign affairs and oversight committees told Bombay than any effort to prevent those officials and speaking to Congress quote is a legal and will constitute evidence of obstruction of the impeachment inquiry meanwhile president trump tweeted last night. as I learn more and more each day I'm coming to the conclusion that what is taking place is not an impeachment it is a crew North Korea fired what appeared to be a list of missile designed for submarines just hours after agreeing to restart stalled nuclear talks with the US Peiping depths of spiked nationwide at least sixteen people have now died of vaping related illnesses in baseball's NL wild card game the nationals won in a dramatic come from behind win against the brewers four three Washington now faces the Dodgers and their divisional series on Thursday tonight the Yankees play the raise in the AL wild card game global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than a hundred twenty countries on Michael bar this is Bloomberg..
Pompeo says US hoping for Afghan peace pact before Sept 1
"Time secretary of state by tom pale made an unannounced visit to afghanistan looking for peace he met with leaders in couple we agreed that peace is our highest priority and then if ghanistan must never again serve as a platform for international terrorism pompeo told reporters he hopes to work out an agreement with the taliban by september
"tom pale" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"Go back there. Tom pale enough. This is terrible. I need all fighting. I'm out here. Trying to make disc can't Michaela win. I don't know only sick question. What how do you feel about her new single? No disrespect. No disrespect. But what else we talking about shows, man? I don't know. A lot of things happened today. Throw it up. Do you wanna talk about Black Panther being nominated for an Oscar for best picture? I don't get a fuck about us. Like, I really don't like I don't need any of that validation from the Hollywood types like Black Panther made over a billion fucking dollars. Right. Like Black Panther had black people dressing up for the first time ever for movies. Okay. Stalling. Why have you been doing it with Star Wars and Star Trek, and Harry Potter black? You've got into the spirit of that would black Black Panther is a success with or without Oscar in fact, one hundred two Oscars didn't nominate Black Panther. They wouldn't look who. Like, you need had with bozeman at the Oscars. You need Michael Jordan at the Oscars. You need fucking. Ryan Kugler at the Oscars like what else came out this year that was that cool last year? I honestly don't remember. Honestly, I just have seen. I've seen better marvel movies. I wasn't I I thought it was good. I thought Black Panthers. Good. But I think you make the best argument for why deserves Beck's picture because it made a billion dollars. If it grows the most money of any film how. Can it not be it with an amazing coach role moment s it was a co s it was don't doesn't that count for something nowadays day twenty nine twenty eighteen it was a moment. We forget because it was so far so far away laugh February. But Black Panther was the biggest shit out motherfuckers was in the movie theater industry. He's okay. He knows. He no shit. Like that ever was a moment in time. Like, it was a huge pop culture moment. So what qualifies something as what makes something Oscar-worthy? That's why I think this should is so dumb. It's to be honest with you. I really don't. I don't know. I don't the end today. Would you rather have an Oscar a billion dollar movie billion dollar motherfucking movie? Not even a question. I've never ever gave a fuck of how tos critically acclaimed movies that don't make no money and don't have no pop coach impact. Honestly. I don't care. I don't watch those shit like I'd never cared about. That will sit with a guy was fucking the fish with officials in the tub. I commend no not. Shit. We'll just see the water a water Guas dead. It was good. Really you win that type of shit fish fucking fucking. That's just white people making beauty and the beast. But they're just trying to keep everyone out of it. They're like what can we do turned Alex on watching somebody with a fin up? They ask fucking what you put in my Gill. What was it about you love with a fish, right? She was in love with a fish see within the database in water. There's no different the most firewater movie ever with splash with Tom Hanks, real talk. Go hearth. All there's only about like a woman just want. Someone who listens. Oh, you mean because he was even talk that's a woman's ideal, man. No, boop. Boop. In the book and say. That's all that movie is about a little phone with anything. Then listens. Man shit is wild, bro..
"tom pale" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"President Trump may not see congress as a threat to his foreign policy agenda, even as Democrats prepare to take control of the house after the midterm elections. But New York democratic congressman Eliot Engel is drawing up an aggressive oversight plan for January when he is expected to seize the gavel of the house foreign affairs committee it story by Deirdre chess green foreign affairs reporter at USA today. Deirdre explain I mean, as, you know, congress, we have not pushed back on Trump's foreign policy agenda, so far even as he's, you know, picked a trade war with China, and, you know, gotten into sort of nasty fights with longtime US allies that will change dramatically come January because House Democrats want a majority, and they will be chairing key committees, namely, the house foreign affairs committee. The congressmen who's expected to take that gamble is Eliot Engel from New York. And he drawing up an aggressive oversight plan, including demanding secretary of state, Mike Pompeo at witness table. What can Mr. angle actually do here? That's a good question. I mean, the the president has wide latitude to execute foreign policy, but congress can you congress has a range of tools that can use high profile hearings investigations. Pinos, and perhaps most importantly funding powers to they could force foreign policy changes that could include delivering assistance to key allies at Trump wants to cut or defunding, not conflicts. It indirectly or directly here. This could boy impact relations with Saudi Arabia, given the investigation in finger pointing over the depth of Jamal kashogi. Absolutely. I think you're gonna see a lot of scrutiny of Trump's handling of the kashogi canes, and that's gonna start even before Democrats. Take over in January because Republicans are also uneasy with the way Trump has handled this including the president's questioning of CIA conclusion that the Saudi Crown prince ordered can showcase murder. So I think you know, even this week you're going to start to see rumblings on the hill at about some legislation that could punish Saudi Arabia. Dear chef green foreign affairs reporter at USA today. Her piece is called Trump's foreign policy agenda faces a gauntlet of house. Democrats led by New York's Eliot Engel. Does Mr. angle have a beef with Mr. Pompeo, by the way. He does he was very put out lashed earlier this year when Tom pale testified before the Senate foreign affairs committee, but but said he didn't have time to come to the house foreign affairs committee. So I think that really rankled him Pompeo has since moved to make amends shortly after the November six elections when Democrats won a majority Pompeo made the trip to Capitol Hill for a private meeting with Carson angle. I think that signals that he beat oh Pompeo a former house member himself realizes that the power that angle is going to real and that he needed to go up there. And and let him know that he's willing to cooperate. What was the thinking behind Mr. Pompeo saying no to the house inquiry? But yes to the Senate inquiry put the tenant has more say over the Trump administration's nominee, obviously they have. The advise and consent power. So they can block State Department nominees or confirm them. And so you really don't want to kick off the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations committee, dear John, Deere, dealerships, green foreign affairs reporter at USA today..
"tom pale" Discussed on KSRO
"Mark Coney old son Noma counties. Newstalk ks our row. Santa rosa. From ABC news. Michelle Franzen Brad Kavanagh, sworn in as supreme court Justice last night at followed a showdown on the Senate floor with protesters shouting from the gallery as vice President Mike Pence led the final voting process. Sergeant at arms will restore order in the gallery. Protesters taking to the streets outside the capitol and supreme court following the confirmation vote. Holly say they made more than one hundred and fifty arrests. Meantime, President Trump before leaving for a rally in Kansas celebrated the confirmation congratulated him. I said, congratulations. Was well thought I mean who would have thought a thing like that could have happened what he's been through. Now, the Justice Brad Kavanagh has been sworn in. What are some of the cases that the justices may take up? The supreme court has about forty open cases. Currently some of those have already been heard. But looking ahead. There are some key cases already on tap. One of the most watched will likely be gamble v. United States a case concerning double jeopardy, and whether the court should do away with these separate sovereigns exception, that means someone could be tried for the same crime in different sovereigns, for example, being tried for the same crime in federal court and separately in state court. The question being whether that violates the fifth amendment's double jeopardy protection. Mark Remillard, ABC news secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, calling his meeting with Kim Jong UN and North Korea promising. Tom pale making his remarks after landing in Seoul, South Korea in Haiti a major earthquake has rocked the island ABC's general Afghanistan has more from the foreign desk magnitude five point nine earthquake struck Saturday night, there are eleven deaths so far but Haitian authorities say several homes and a hospital were severely damaged. Meanwhile, disaster workers in Indonesia, say the death toll from last week's earthquake and Sonam has jumped now more than seventeen hundred people confirmed dead. And there are concerns that five thousand people are still missing. You're listening to ABC news. Have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking into.
"tom pale" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"KTAR news ninety two three FM. From ABC news. I'm Michelle Franzen. Brad Kavanagh sworn in as supreme court Justice last night. It followed a showdown on the Senate floor with protesters shouting from the gallery as vice President Mike Pence led the final voting process. Sergeant at arms will restore order in the gallery. Protesters taking to the streets outside the capitol and supreme court following the confirmation vote police say they made more than one hundred fifty arrests. Meantime, President Trump before leaving for a rally in Kansas celebrated the confirmation congratulated him. I said congratulations was well thought I mean who would have thought a thing like that could have happened what he's been through. Now, the Justice Brad Kavanagh has been sworn in. What are some of the cases that the justices may take up? The supreme court has about forty open cases, currently some of those of already been heard. But looking ahead. There are some key cases already on tap. One of the most watched will likely be gamble v. United States a case concerning double jeopardy, and whether the court should do away with these separate sovereigns exception that means someone could be tried for the same crime. I'm in different sovereigns, for example, being tried for the same crime in federal court and separately in state court. The question being whether that violates the fifth amendment's double jeopardy protection. Mark Remillard, ABC news secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, calling his meeting with Kim Jong UN and North Korea promising. Tom pale making his remarks after landing in Seoul, South Korea in Haiti a major earthquake has rocked the island ABC's general Colston has more from the foreign desk magnitude five point nine earthquake struck Saturday night, there are eleven deaths so far but Haitian authorities say several homes and a hospital were severely damaged. Meanwhile, disaster workers in Indonesia, say the death toll from last week's earthquake and Sonani has jumped now more than seventeen hundred people confirmed dead. And there are concerns that five thousand people are still missing. You're listening to ABC news. Have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking into your boss and saying I quit, and how would you.
"tom pale" Discussed on KTRH
"Do have a friend quickly develop in the Gulf Coast. All eyes are on really at the moment, though, Isaac to see what that ends up turning into tropical storm Isaac. Also, get any attention of Jeff Lindner at the Harris County flood control district after the rain this weekend. We should get into a period of drier weather of a little bit more normal of a September pattern that will help drive the grounds out for any additional rain. We could see coming further down the road. In the meantime, listener says all parts south of I ten should prepare for localized flooding over the next few days and even beyond sheriff. Okay. So you gave us the marker there south of I ten thanks a lot. Nick, hurricane Florence. Meantime has dropped down to a category. Two storm. It's still expected to bring. Some massive rain ABC's Emily row in Wilmington, North Carolina. Those near the coast hunkering down. Tom pale Commissioner in the Outer Banks estimates. Hundreds of residents are staying put the people who are living here and make a decision to not evacuate are making that decision with full knowledge of what that means then massive system is churning closer and could bring a deadly storm surge. A thirteen foot wall of water predicted in some areas with a one two punch of up to forty inches of rain Florence currently located three hundred twenty five miles east southeast of Wilmington. It's moving northwest at fifteen miles per hour with maximum sustained winds of one hundred ten for the very latest information updates from the Weather Channel, the national weather service. Keep it right here in your official severe weather station. News Radio seven forty K T.
"tom pale" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I'm Josh binswanger. WBZ news, hurricane Florence barreling closer to the coast of the Carolinas, but not all are heating the advice to evacuate. The people who are living here and make a decision to not evacuate are making that decision with full knowledge of what that means. That's Tom pale a Commissioner in Wilmington North Carolina Florence has been downgraded to a category two storm. But officials say don't be fooled. This is still going to be a major water event. Many of those who did evacuate have been arriving at Logan airport and for more. On that we turn to WBZ's. Ben parker. Born been Josh residents of the Carolinas who've been leaving in droves. There's lots of colleges there that have been evacuating and a lot of college students your peers of south romance to get a flight back to Massachusetts. But it was not easy repairs helped get her a flight after Elon college North Carolina close for the storm. It was hard. They were on their watching flights like go sold out sold out sold out like and they finally found one junior. College tells WBZ TV as early as Monday, grocery stores, router supplies and gas for the most part was gone after college called for an evacuation. She got ready to go and she got really fast. I packed within like ten minutes. I was like what do I need? Like, I was I was running around my room because I was trying to storm like like got everything ready for the storm. Vo Pierce got out in his home safe. She's still concerned for those who are still there as Florence books closer. Josh. All right. Ben. Thank you very much. Speaking of those who are still there. Let's go now to Wilmington North Carolina were ABC's. Jim Ryan is this morning. Good morning. Jim. Still seeing very little effective. The storm as it approaches a couple of hundred miles away from here. The winds perhaps it picked up just a bit today. But it's still dry. There's no rain coming out of these clouds that are racing overhead, but are expected to be the outer bands of the storm beginning to sweep across it shows the size of the storm. It's two hundred miles now from the eye of hurricane Florence. It's two hundred miles to the other side as well. That's four hundred miles. A this is a very very large storm. How many people have opted to stay in place. Well, there's no way of knowing that, but ITO you have to assume that a lot maybe most of the people have decided to go ahead and evacuate and out of the barrier islands, especially we saw some traffic jams yesterday as people were rushing to get out of there, they boarded up their houses and sandbagged the doors and and moved inland, which is a good decision. They did. So well in advance of the storm, the governor says that's the the best decision of all a lot of people have decided that if they aren't going to leave town altogether. They'll move up into one of the few hotels have stayed opened. They'll move up into the upper floors there and hope that flooding doesn't become a nation that the wind doesn't blow the windows out. I know the storm is moving about seventeen miles an hour north.
"tom pale" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Good morning on this Thursday. Storm service comes in from the hurricane and actually got violent amount of water comes in and destroying homes, and it can take lives easily. So that's the key is not being there with the storm surge comes in. So that is National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham from Miami on hurricane Florence which dropped down to a category. Two storm by one mile an hour is expected to still bring massive rain and huge storm surge slept near the coast hunkering down. Tom pale Commissioner in the Outer Banks estimates. Hundreds of residents are staying put the people who are living here and make a decision to not evacuate for making that decision with full knowledge of what that means then massive system is churning closer and could bring a deadly storm surge. A thirteen foot wall of water predicted in some areas with a one two punch up to forty inches of rain so sub tropical storm Joyce has formed. She joins tropical storm Isaac and her. Mccain Helene, which is also weakening go to our website, eight fifty dot com to see the latest activity in the very busy tropics and supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh explaining that he mistook the period of the parkland victim as a protester at his supreme court confirmation hearing last week of which there were more than two hundred people arrested Cavanaugh was leaving and the father of the child that was killed in the school shooting. Fred girton Gutenberg approached him and tried to shake his hand cavenaugh revealed in a letter that he acknowledged Gutenberg because he thought he was a protester Cavanaugh also says if you get realized that the man was he would have shaken his hand expressed his sympathy and listened to him the nine eleven memorial and museum is sending seedlings from the survivor tree to parkland, Florida London and Puerto Rico after the attacks of September eleventh two thousand one workers pulled a damage calorie pear tree from the rubble at ground zero after is nursed back to life and replanted communities from around the world that are experiencing keeling resent seedlings from the tree this year's recipients were chosen following the shooting. Stoneman Douglas high school in Florida the Greenfell tower fire in London and hurricane Maria is devastation in Puerto Rico as rookie news talk. Eight fifty W F T L. Pope Francis meets today with the delegation of US bishops to discuss the clergy sex abuse scandals cardinal Donald world. Washington DC is under fire for allegedly covering up abuse when he was Bishop in Pennsylvania a grand jury. They're released report last month detailing decades of abuse to democrat candidates for New York governor both say they're confident heading into today's primary. Governor Cuomo is urging voters to defy President Trump by voting for him. Changed this.
Brett Kavanaugh on why he didn't shake Parkland father's hand at confirmation hearing
"In from the hurricane and actually got violent amount of water comes in and destroying homes, and it can take lives easily. So that's the key is not being there with the storm surge comes in. So that is National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham from Miami on hurricane Florence which dropped down to a category. Two storm by one mile an hour is expected to still bring massive rain and huge storm surge slept near the coast hunkering down. Tom pale Commissioner in the Outer Banks estimates. Hundreds of residents
"tom pale" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Twitter war with Iran I'm Carmen Roberts Fox News President Trump and Iran's. Leader Hassan Rohani issuing threats on Twitter anybody's inciting anything no further than. To Iran White House spokeswoman Sarah, Sanders lays, the blame for all the tensions on Iran after real Honey threaten the US what. Seemingly set the president off were these remarks about the US plan to snap back sanctions on Iran's oil empire, Duma Sheba's do not play, with the, lion's, tail Earls, you'll regret it, it will, bring you a, turtle regret Democrats and. Some Republicans argue it's all a distraction to move our eyes away from Russia the speech, drawn agape seemed to be the, safe, speech that they always give So I don't know what in particular provoked this kind of response but behind the, scenes the Trump administration has been working for some time to erode support for Iran's leaders FOX's Kristen. Fisher when it comes to Russia, Democrats introduce a resolution condemning. President Trump for his press conference with Russian leader let him, you're Putin we, have a, situation where, secretary of State, Tom pale is coming to the. Senate tomorrow to. Talk to them extensively about what went. On a Helsinki but he's no such a meeting or hearing or, even just coming together with us. Here in the house that's unacceptable and it's dangerous ranking member of the house foreign affairs committee democrat Eliot Engel the. Manhunt in Oakland ends Monday night with the capture of a convicted felon. Police say the Twenty-seven-year-old John Lee, cowl fatally, stabbed the teenager at, a train station and injured her sister they arrested him on. A train a dozen miles away place say a cow eighteen year old NIA Wilson in what appears, to be an unprovoked and. Random attack Fox News.
"tom pale" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Sean and with our friend john mclaughlin you know everybody predicted this was going to be a big blue wave they predicted it in texas if fizzled out they predicted it in the seat that took place last night in arizona debbie lesko the winner in that particular special election they were wrong there i look we have been around the block all three of us for a long time and doug schoen i think the bottom line is nobody's really is gonna know until we get into october november which way this is likely headed and i still think this ultimately becomes a referendum on whether you give power back to the democrats with their horrible record and the democrats that would undo these taxes and bring back obamacare and probably try to impeach donald trump that's what the is going to be a referendum on on do you want the democrats to drag the country through impeachment or not all right i want them to talk about a positive pro growth agenda that preserves the social safety net and makes it clear that they will compromise where appropriate with the republicans i'm not connor lamb democrat i believe that's where the country is in needs to go and that will lead even if they don't say it if they get in a room and they say okay we're gonna do don't tell anybody it's still not gonna work because the american people know they've set it at an off up to this point well i think that there is enough reason to make it clear that they are going to say no to a left wing agenda and noted ansi pelosi that is the more the moderate democrat that don't exist this scoop jackson democrats don't exist it exists joe lieberman's john mclaughlin don't exist anymore well you know what they exist when they have to exist for their own survival you saw examples of this yesterday would mon mike pompeo okay so he's up to be secretary state the democrats the left wing democrats don't want him because tom pale may want iran to stick to the deal revise that bad deal that that obama did with them and guess what three democrats announced for the guy mccaskill in missouri donald indiana mansion in west virginia what are those three democrats have in common their reelection this year in a state that donald trump won by ten points or more so if we want the democrats to actually do a.
"tom pale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A tweet from icon a conservative columnist william kristol saying he trusts that mike pence has prepared a transfer of power draft document based on the twentyfifth amendment how littoralis william kristol being without tweet and how much is he as you know and never trump conservative from the beginning just taking broad shots at the president the latter um the the likelihood of trumping um removed from office by the twentyfifth amendment is very low it's it's it's kind of a i i'm thinking about it at a broader way to to address the president's fitness but um as you said to two to use the twentythird amendment requires the majority of the cabinet and the vice president to vote for that he's not fit physically or mentally you to occupy the office um look at the photo ops from camp david over the weekend it was trump flanked by a large number of his cabinet members with the vice president standing next to him there's no sign that dave lost confidence in him or that they would turn on him right now so um the question i looked at when i was reading the article is is this just a fantasy of the hard core ever trumpers like bill crystal and liberal fantasists who want any reason to get rid of donald trump or is there something more here and i think there is something more here in that democratic senators and congressmen and one republican senator met with business psychiatrist to to get a fuller understanding of picture of the dangerousness of donald trump and what his actions means for the future of our country and she her findings are that he's unraveling under the pressure of the job and it's going to get worse and so i think that what's more interesting than will mike pence and the cabinet turn on trump is what is the what appeals thinking oh like how seriously or they taking um their concerns about his fitness for office um well i wanted to add yet you're you play that clip of tom pale defending the president um you know i've noticed this is a common theme that that trump surrogates do when he's under attack during the campaign when he was under attack for um you know accused of more than a dozen women of unwanted sexual advances in the stalls ivanka came out to talk about her personal experience as his daughter promoting her in the company treating her as an equal.
"tom pale" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Tiger love me who you believe do you believe michael wolff the author brought in the white house by steve bannon or do you believe general james mattis the socalled mad dog who secretary defence he was born on september the eight 1950 in pullman with state of washington now makes madison about sixty seven years old he enlisted in the marine corps reserve and nineteen sixty nine several going on almost fifty years connected to the military he was appointed by donald j trump is secretary of defense and confirmed by the senate in january by a vote of ninety eight to one he was given a wave or because allegedly you've got to be out of active duty for seven years but they allowed him uh down be three years out of them military retired when it becomes the secretary of defense he also worked under presidents oba i'm a and bush do you think for one second the jim mattis what allow a commander in chief to serve in office if mattis or if kelley or if mcmaster any of them believed he was incapable of performing nutjob do you think mattis would poet personality ahead of nation ahead of country general john kelly commandant of the united states marine corps now chief of staff spent forty two years in the military he's a gold star dad his son was killed as an army officer in iraq and not nineteen and twenty of seven do you think that john kelly would put personality ahead of nation for one moment these are the men who work daily with donald j trump if he showed dementia a mental illness or a mental defect do you think the generals would say that's okay with us continue to do what you're doing your fingers on the nuclear button it's okay with us you think mattis kelly in mcmaster would trade out the nation for personal benefit giving it for one second counter put those three with one hundred twenty years of military service up against michael wolff and his damn book why hasn't anyone seen in the public domain awry any evidence of this dementia or mental illness or mental defect god jake tapper and wolf blitzer have you considered i would say to these gentlemen that possibly mattis kelley mcmaster mike tom pale and others who work with the president every day ryan's priebus who was there for a long time as chief of staff.
"tom pale" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Beggar me who you believe do you believe michael wolff the author broadened in the white house by steve bannon or do you believe general james mattis the socalled mad dog who secretary defence he was born on september the eight 1950 in pullman with state of washington now makes madison about sixty seven years old he enlisted in the marine corps reserve in nineteen sixty nine several going on almost fifty years connected to the military he was appointed by donald j trump is secretary of defense and confirmed by the senate in january by a vote of ninety eight to one he was given a waiver because allegedly you've got to be out of active duty for seven years but they allowed him uh down be three years out of them military retired when it becomes the secretary of defense he also worked under presidents oba i'm a and bush do you think for one second the jim mattis what allow a commander in chief to serve in office if mattis or if kelley worth if mcmaster any of them believed he was incapable performing that job do you think mattis would poet personality ahead of nation ahead of country general john kelly commandant of the united states marine corps now chief of staff spent forty two years in the military he's a gold star dad his son was killed as an army officer in iraq in nineteen and twenty o7 do you think the john kelly would put personality ahead of nation for one moment these are the men who work daily with donald j trump if he showed dementia a mental illness or methyl defect do you think the generals would say that's okay with us continue to do what you're doing your fingers on the nuclear button it's okay with us you think mattis kelly and mcmaster which trade out the nation for personal benefit giving it for one second kind of put those three with one hundred twenty years of military service up against michael wolff and his damn book why hasn't anyone seen in the public domain awry any evidence of this dementia or mental illness or mental defect as god jake tapper and wolf blitzer have you considered i would say to these gentlemen that possibly mattis kelley mcmaster mike tom pale and others who work with the president every day reinds priebus who is there for a long time as chief of staff.
"tom pale" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"In a scathing letter to the harvard kennedy school of government cia director mike pompeo abruptly withdrew thursday from a scheduled talk there after the school announced chelsea manning would serve as visitor in fellow oh called her a traitor his decision came just hours after former cia acting director mike morrell resigned from harvard here cbs news correspondent jeff pick ace i'm very sorry to have to announce that the cia director will not be speaking here the dean of harvard kennedy school apologized for the absence of cia director mike pompeii tom pale a former west point and harvard graduate laid out his reasoning for his withdrawal calling chelsea manning a trader harvard's actions implicitly tell its students that you too can be a fellow at harvard and fell in under united states law chelsea manning then bradley manning a former army intelligence analyst was convicted in two thousand thirteen for leaking classified information to wikileaks and sentenced to thirty five years in prison she served seven years after president obama commuted her sentence last may intelligence leaders maintain manning's leak split americans in danger and that wikileaks is in enemy to the united states earlier in the day former acting cia director michael morell submitted his resignation as a harvard senior fellow saying the skulls invitation to manning was wholly inappropriate adding i cannot be part of an organization that honours a convicted felon morale called the kennedy school the dean's decision the right one and said it showed quote real leadership as it is rare for a senior officials at any institution that admit making mistake the school has withdrawn manning's invitation nursing homes across florida are under the microscope a week after hurricane erma knocked out power too many eight patients died at one wednesday with a criminal investigation now underway more from correspondent jonathan vigliotti in hollywood florida bought a price too not just my bed but all the people gene johnson was friends with betty hibbert one of the victims for more than sixty years she had visitor at the centre just one day before her death dan he was so hot issues gasman wastes approaches she would she wasn't really kind but tears kanok and she says great at cambridge jane early wednesday morning three patients arrived at the hospital across the street with extremely high body temperatures one of the nurses became alarmed and walked over to find out what was happening i thought it was an extreme situation.
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"To rush limbaugh coming up a new and talk by sixty years over no ladies and gentleman for rush limbaugh we return to ken bad news factor joining the conversation today hope you're having a really good it's beautiful here in new york i don't know what the weather weather's like where you are but it did so beautiful here at the eib network affiliate studio the rush limbaugh show my name's can matthews blog your joining the conversation special thanks to congressman trade data you just a major news breaking on the show just minutes ago congressman trade gallery of the intelligence oversight ethics and judiciary committee pretty much saying you heard it here first that there will be no reauthorization of intelligence programs unless they get the documents they need still being held over transitionally from the obama to the trump administration and i made the comment that will what about holdouts what about people that are little whiny troublemakers you know like democrat members of congress i said that he didn't any said well it's the job of the leaders it's the job of tom pale and and sessions and the rest of the the organisational leaders to get their people to move this along because he will not reauthorise these intelligence program sms and it's it's a great point it's a great point i think sometimes we forget the vast nece of organizations the bureaucracy of government i i mean let me just throw out an example the irs has eighty five thousand employees eighty five thousand employees in the ira i think just the the in not the inner circle but the initial cabinet administration membership and end the people that work for staff it isn't it close to four thousand giver take from each administration now now president trump said he's cutting that that again i i thought one of the coolest things he ever said was somebody called him out at a press conference a few months ago imagine that and he said uh mr mr president you have all these openings there's like 37 openings here and fifteen positions here and you have unfilled him and he goes and i'm not gonna that i loved it spoken like a real entrepreneurial business guy that's it sometimes you just don't need a lot of the.