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Bloomberg Radio New York
"tom tucker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That was Tom tuned out speaking there. Now the foreign secretary Liz truss, the defense secretary Ben Wallace, trade minister penny morden, are also some of the other names in terms of possible successes, despite stepping down, Johnson says though that he actually intends to remain in office until his successor is elected, prompting a backlash over his attempt to quote cling on until the autumn, labor's shadow foreign secretary David lammy wants him to go now. We have a prime minister that's lost all of his contemporaries integrity, quite different to the situation that David Cameron and Theresa May found themselves in where there was a fundamental difference of policy. Labor showered shadow foreign secretary David lammy speaking, now the process that appointed new conservative leader begins now with a timetable being set out next week. Meanwhile, fed governor Christopher Waller says he supports raising interest rates by 75 basis points this month and probably 50 basis points in September. He says fears of a recession due to higher boring costs are overblown, stressing the urgent need to tame inflation. Wallet is a voting member of the FOMC this year. Now, U.S. jobs also in focus today, of course, because non farm payrolls for June are due out later, employers are forecast to have added the fewest number of workers in over a year in June, but economists say that the slowdown is not concerning for the U.S. yet, Bloomberg's Michael McKee has the preview. The consensus view is fed officials will be pleased by the June jobs report, hiring slowing but still strong, unemployment essentially unchanged and wage pressures easy. An on forecast result would likely leave Wall Street investors reasonably satisfied as well. The question is what happens if we get an extremely strong or extremely weak report? Does that show inflationary pressures remain very high or does it mean the economy may be going into recession? The central bankers have suggested a strong report won't change their plans for what will likely be another three quarter percentage point increase at the end of the month, but expect volatility if weak numbers lead investors to increase bets on recession. Michael McKeon Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Now Europe is set to receive the lion's share of record setting exports from the U.S. strategic reserve crewed that were shipped out last month. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. It's a bid to plug supply gaps left behind by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. According to Matt Smith an oil analyst at the commodity data firm Kepler of the 5.35 million barrels of oil from the strategic reserve that was exported in June, nearly two thirds will be landing in Europe. He says that volume bound for Europe is the largest month on record with the rest heading for India and China adding that all were high sulfur crudes. In New York, Charlie pellet, Bloomberg, daybreak, Europe. And now in top corporate news, Twitter shares slumped after the bell on a news report that Elon Musk's $44 billion takeover deal is in, quote, serious jeopardy. The Washington Post says that that is because there are concerns that the social media platform can't confirm its total spam users. The billionaires team has reportedly stopped engaging in funding discussions, Twitter says that it intends to close the deal with Musk on the agreed terms. This, of course, just an update on that, Twitter shares falling 4% after that report of the must the potentially collapsing in further trading. Okay, back to UK Pollock's now and Boris Johnson's plans for a slow and orderly retreat look, well, increasingly unlikely, following his resignation yesterday, but MPs on the 1922 committee want a leadership contest as swiftly as possible. Joining us now is Bloomberg's managing editor for European economy and government Ben searle's Ben, how quickly then can they make this happen and force Boris Johnson out of office more quickly than maybe he would have hoped. Yeah, well, so yesterday morning, we were talking to number ten and they would kind of signaling that Boris was aiming to stay in office until the Tory party conference at the start of October, which would give him a kind of three months swan song to take his leave. It doesn't look like that's going to happen. The latest timeline we're getting for 22 is that they would aim to complete the whole leadership process by the end of the summer. So that would mean new British prime minister at the start of September. We'll get more details on that next week. Okay, potential successes then. Well, as you say, Tom Tucker on his hand to the ring, I think sweller braverman, the attorney general, has just followed him this morning. The real frontrunners I would say are probably Rishi sunak former Chancellor who quit triggering the final rebellion against Johnson. Sajid javid, who was alongside him, the former health secretary, Ben Wallace, defense defense secretary, perhaps Nadine is a highway who took over as Chancellor in the dying days of the Johnson administration. Okay. Ben stills are Bloomberg managing editor for European economy and government. Thank you so much. We got a couple of very interesting and totally different views from Alex shelburne conservative AMP and Nigel sorry, that is Nigel mills, of course. Alec came straight out and said that he was supporting Liz trust Nigel mills saying that he would need a little bit more time to think about it. But yes, I think this process is probably going to be very swift to try to get the next conservative. And we spoke to John cordwell, a major donor, of course, to the Conservative Party of billionaire investor, entrepreneur, who said that for him, he hasn't chosen a name yet, but zahawi, he likes the sound of sahabi and Santa javid. He says there is a need for a prime minister with a business background to turn the UK economy around. Okay. Let's move away then from the UK and turn our attention to Japan where a very serious shooting has taken place. Let's bring in Bloomberg's Lisa do for the latest on this story. The former prime minister. In fact, Japan's longest serving prime minister was shot during a political event and it looks as if he's in a very serious condition Lisa. Can you please give us the latest? Yes, like you said, former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe was shot today at a speech for an election campaign, the town of Nara, which is very close to Kyoto. The latest we have about Abe's condition is that he suffered a gunshot wound to his right neck and had internal bleeding on the left side of his chest. He had reportedly fell unconscious while he was being transported to the hospital and he does appear to be in very serious condition. Most recently, his brother who's actually Japan's defense minister said at a press conference that he was undergoing a blood transfusion and that's the latest that we had on his condition and we are keeping an eye on that. Lisa, what do we know about the suspect who's been arrested? Yes, a suspect was apprehended at the sea. It was a man whose 40s who used to serve in the Japan self defense forces and under police questioning he said that he intended to kill Abe today because he was dissatisfied with him, though he noted that it wasn't related to his political beliefs. And that's all the details we have on the motive. They also said that he appeared to be using a homemade device again gun laws in Japan extremely restrictive. It's nearly impossible to get one and gun violence is also very rare, which makes this whole event even more shocking. Yeah, and the response in Japan and worldwide to this, as you say, a shocked response so far. Yes, definitely, I think like you said abbe was the longest serving prime minister 2012 to 2020, he certainly made his mark
"tom tucker" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Things I've done for my own mental health Mmm um Oh by the way is actually you're right It was not my DVR but it was sports that saved me from chuck Todd This weekend Yes It was not in my DVR and I thought my DVR just made the decision on its own for me Well it's a smart deal But it was preempted All right but I was reminded of how drunk Larry I was reminded of how drunk Larry kudlow had to be to I thought this was he was talking to Jake tapper but apparently he was talking to Dana perino Right Which is called her chuck Todd That's crazy But also I said that he was so drunk I think he fell asleep in the middle of a one A one syllable word So he just called her Sure Okay Do we have it Thank you bob Real and his strategic place up there And they got a lot of valuable minerals I don't want to predict an outcome I'm just saying the president who knows a thing or two about buying real estate wants to take a look Low interest rates no inflation virtually no inflation checked out So I actually think it's a pretty good story and again let me echo my theme Let's not be afraid of some optimism Oh my God She didn't correct me She didn't That is fantastic And I thought it was good enough that he thought it was she told Jake tapper was chuck Todd What do you thought Dana perino All right cha cha Her bangs Actually and I love that there is no chuck talk That's not even if he were talking to chuck Todd It was not even pronounced correctly In kudlow's defense perino's banks could use some work Their aspirational They're also aspirational like chuck Tom Yes they are So narrow That was so drunk I can not say distended of Lee I mean I've fallen asleep but your name is two syllables When we used to drink together I would be like Joe Chugged her We will forever Shut down That's all True Tom Tucker Carlson We might have to isolate that one Come on come on Isn't that what Billy told mcallister died up on to Tom ridge Wow.
The Final Furlong Podcast
"tom tucker" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"But I've spoken to enough of them, who will say, look at all of the wind surgeries that need to be done. This clearly a problem. Genetically with horses these days, than there was before. Now you could very much argue, well, how many wind surgeries were going on behind the scenes that we never knew about? Yes. It's a different subject, but it does go to the weakening of the breed. And is this a problem? In terms of master Tom Tucker's wall, I think that was just a horrible tragic accident. And unfortunately, as Nikola nailer, when we did the specialty bonking, the BBC's documentary through VC wanted to do a documentary on abattoirs. I'm fine with that. And the right to do so. Yes. But shows what they're doing to the cows shows what they're doing to the goats show us what they're doing to the sheep show. So there's slaughtering them as well. Don't just make it about racing. And don't dare name a high profile Irish trainer. And a high profile Irish owner, and then make quick passive mention of high profile British owners, but move it along quickly away from that. And there's no British link whatsoever. Aside from that, you know, it was all aware of the bad guys and we're the ones who are doing that. And if you have the name of a guy who is a respected horse trader, who had told these owners in good faith, I'll take that horse off your hands. I've got a family who will look after him. The name and shame and get him out of the sport. I'm fed up saying it. You know, if there is a guy masquerading himself as a respected trader and he's doing that and sending horses in the UK, the name and shame and then kick him out of the sport. Because no one wants a minute. Who the hell wants to work with that person? Who wants to be associated with your sport? But in terms of the ground, I think that the tracks come in for criticism in that, oh God they're watering again. And they have to. It's like they're almost in resource welfare is Paramount. And I think that's something we can both agree on that race courses, the BHA, the ihr B trainers for that matter owners, welfare is a 100% Paramount in everybody's mindset. And nobody wants to see this kind of thing happen. And the example that you made from the sky by Chase, I mean, Jesus Christ. A more lovable horse in midnight shadow. You couldn't come across. And for that to happen and to happen in the way that it did. Push a button on us. We don't have water jumps in Ireland. There's no one in Ireland. And it was something that used to I remember it was when I was really getting into bedding and really getting my head around bedding. There was a big topic of discussion about you'll never walk alone. I think it was the Hennessy. And would he cope with the water jump and he didn't? But then he went on and won the old three mile handicap chase on day one at the shop and first of all. That same season, I believe. And if you asked Barry garrison, he'll tell you that he was one of the most naturally talented horses that he ever wrote. He stayed in Ireland to write him, as opposed to go to the UK on boxing day. Saint Stephen's day. He was an immensely talented race horse. But water jumps weren't for him because we don't have them here. So that idea can that be put forward to race course authorities may score executives that if you want to keep water jumps, that's fine, but put them in front of the sentence or have or leave them in front of the sands don't have them down the back where they're not actually really going to be. It's great for a photographer and it's great for the cameras, but that's about it. Well, in fairness, you know, quite a few courses have taken their water jumps out. And a couple of them have changed the nature of the obstacle. For example, huntingdon and at sand down, the water jump at halfway down the back straight of sand, and it's not actually a water jump anymore. This is quite new. This seat, I think it's this season. And they've got this cover. It kind of looks like it's very blue water, but it's got this blue cover. But there's no lip on it. And this is the issue, I think, you know, for horse puts down at the water jump, particularly doesn't quite reach the other end as possibly was the case. This is speculation. You don't know, but that's the way it looked. If they just catch the lip, then they can they can get injured. And I spoke to Andrew Cooper, actually, the clinical course of sand and about it. And I said, well, if you're going to take the water at why don't you put in another fence at that point? And he said, well, statistically, there'll be more fallers. If they put in another fence, and they do need an obstacle probably at that point because the horse is probably just a bit too, might be racing a bit too quickly going on to those three railway fences. So they made this compromise with keeping a notional water jump, but it's not actually a.
The Final Furlong Podcast
"tom tucker" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"So he's if he's back to his best, he's going to be hard to beat here again. Dashlane is a really smash and horse. But he's not he's not a horse. If you want to ask a price by them for any grade one of the children festival, you can have whatever pressure you like about them. And yeah, he's giving it away to multiple red one winners here to watch his first in the gold cup after he'd been favorite for the Ryanair and the champion chess. So I think Donald Trump's task here is harder than it looks. I'm not sure he'd go off favorite. Again, I'm not a guy. I'm really like that old Russia. And he suits us really well. But he's going to have to be better than ever after a brick to win this or he's going to need definitely to soy and lost in translation to come back and not be as good as they were, which is also possible. And that makes it really hard to weigh up. And the easiest thing to do is just say of deputy saw in Los Angeles through quantum gone of the game and therefore you've got value because take that massively over broke. Massa Tom Tucker, I don't think as an ideally suited to this test. And of course, you know, he's had his issues over the years. He's a ten year old now. He hasn't had that many starts with offenses, but he's some he's no spring chicken. Either of the outsiders are capable of winning this. Well, pistol whiff is the reindeer cider in this. And again, he's not horsey would ever call them, you know, a great one animal. And I don't really see him making that breakthrough base. He's done very well climbing the ranks. And his second last time at Utah, again, very different rest of this. It's pretty good for him. He was bitten by Frankie de Burley, I could barely has gone on and on the grand theft of the national fences since or sorry he's taken that by still combining one, didn't he? But frankly to barely run well in his next start. Piston whip looked like he was unlucky not to win that trade of 6s on and running. Travel best jump best just a one time from the last fence. And if you take, if you take that literally gives giving 18 pies to the runner up, you stop plenty of decent form Frankie for like, not I should say on the rough system because it was a stable companion who won that. But yeah, he was he was a winner at market rears and in the summer the summer played. Two starts after that. So yeah, he has one a decent rear since. And, you know, that came off a mark of a 150. So if you say he's beaten horses, he had plans ahead of his mark. You talked to her. You know, Denny's one 60 horse. Now he's the one 60 horse. Then he's got a decent chance here as well. He's coming from left field. And he's shown us best form when making the running and that's not going to be an easy thing to do with national dras or wanting to do that. So this looks like a it looks like a really, really ugly race to try to visualize. And I don't really know what to make of it. I thought I might be interested in Benny's king at a price, but he's not much of a price. I see 13 to two with a firm I'm looking at. I kind of thought he'd be a 14 to one chance. Again, he's a handicapper. Who's a ten year old now and pulled up and as we appearance off a mark of 1.57. I thought he'd be completely ignored in the betting. You can get but he's not. Yeah, but even I've not single fingers don't really appeal. I just thought, you know, you can get 12. Oh, there you go. You can get 12. You just put in the wrong price. Well, that's the first part. The first person who looks out there suggests he's a little bit a little bit shorter. And I can see why they've gone a reasonably short pricing and because his third and the ask a chance here was a pretty good performance. And he has shown some of his best form and ask that he was through it to a national treasure. And master Tommy Tucker. Hi. Yeah, that's what I was going to ask you about was ultimately being a down skeleton horse. The fact that he has such good air scout form. I did find it hard to get away from actual driver. But if you.
"tom tucker" Discussed on KOMO
"From the state Department of Health shows a concerning increase in cases. Camoes Kelly Bleier reports, The state is experiencing a new surge in Covid 19 cases, especially of the transmissible delta variant, which makes up 58% of current cases. Back in mid June. Case counts and hospital admissions flattened. But by late June they started increasing. State health officials are concerned about the areas in the state with lower vaccination rates and fear more spread in these communities. They say more vaccination is needed to keep the virus and check Kelly Bleier common news. The first hand experience of the police officers involved in the U. S Capitol riot might be persuasive to some Republican political strategist Randy Peple is quick to blame Donald Trump for that riot, as were the officers who testified before the House January 6th committee that hopefully we'll sink in with some folks who, up until now have been willing to the former president. A break on this, he incited a riot. And those rioters took it to the capital. Apple also put some of the fault on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi since he says her office has a great deal of responsibility for capital protection. He also says Pelosi made it tough for the committee's findings to be accepted because she made it partisan. From day 11 man remains in the hospital after he was shot in the shoulder while driving to work this morning, and his passenger is recovering at home from his own gunshot wound. I mean, I'm angry about it, but I'm also It's kind of depressing. Something like this goes on like this shouldn't happen, right? That's Tom Tucker, the passenger. He says. They were just on their way to work around one a.m.. When two cars pulled up along I five and Kent and opened fire. He doesn't know. He says. Why they were targeted. Police have not made any arrests. Seattle needs more police officers. That's what a leader in the local black community is saying in response to the rash of weekend shootings more from GMOs Corwin Hank. It is not the reaction what expects from a woman who has repeatedly criticized Seattle police officers for targeting black men, women and kids. I can't tell you how many times my family members or me and myself have been stopped for Absolutely no.
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"tom tucker" Discussed on WTOP
"CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky We know that masked fully vaccinated people can safely attend worship services inside, go to an indoor restaurant or bar and even participate in an indoor exercise class CBS News Special Report on that Piper. Meantime, covert restrictions are easing into Maryland counties. Today we begin in Montgomery County, where some restrictions will loosen starting at five o'clock, the Montgomery County Council Loaded ease covert 19 restrictions on malls, sporting venues and camps. Thanks to hitting an important benchmark 50% of our residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine and more than 33% are fully vaccinated, Montgomery County Council president Tom Tucker explained. Now gathering limits go up to 50 people indoors and 100 outdoors. The same applies to camps. Sports venues see similar easing and more restrictions or east as 60% of residents get their first dose and then once 50% are fully vaccinated, the county will follow state regulations. Kate Ryan w. T. O P News now Joanna Randall County, which is lifting all limits on social gatherings, also starting at five o'clock this evening. But this is happening amidst what's being called a concerning drop in demand for covert shot. 72% of covert shot appointments are open and And Rondo County. That's how it started this week compared to just 5% open last week concerning because only 55% of adults about even one shot. It's Dr Nyle ish Ka Liana Rahman into Randall's health officer says Vaccine clinics are opening at libraries, churches and businesses We think about what can we do to end this and a shark is what we can do during this period. Also, he's encouraging high school students, 16 and older to get vaccinated. Christi King.
KOA 850 AM
"tom tucker" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson
Maryland governor, Montgomery County school officials spar over reopenings
"Maryland's governor says it's time to get kids back in classrooms. Montgomery County officials say they need something from the state. First. We want to get our schools open as quickly as possible. We just need the vaccines to do it safely, Montgomery County Council President Tom Tucker says. So far the state's only given the county enough shots to vaccinate about 2% of its residents. Governor Larry Hogan said last week. He wants all schools to open to some in person Learning by March. 1st Hooker says the governor made that decision without collaborating with the county does Meant first, and that only makes our job harder, state officials said last week. Reopening decisions should not be based on vaccine availability.
"tom tucker" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Amounts possible on Dad. As far as I secure elation goes looking at right around 1/10 of an inch for areas west of Metro areas. We'll check the W M male, ABC seven Storm Watch forecast coming up in moment. Ah, Fairfax County Parent wants to see schools reopen for in person learning Thank her kids are suffering. It's heartbreaking. I mean, we're watching our kids suffered tremendous academic regression, social emotional behavioral problems. Christie Hudson would open up. CBS says There is no date when schools will reopen. We actually don't even have a guaranteed about next fall. Our superintendent Has gone on the record a few times, saying that he can't assure anybody that there will be a full time opening in Fairfax County. Next fall for Britt. W. M. A L A W M a l dot com. Good luck trying to get the Kobe 19 vaccine in Montgomery County, even if you're eligible, continue to get a fraction of the vaccines that we request, Montgomery County Council president Tom Tucker says So far, the states on Lee given the county enough shots Vaccinate about 2% of its residents, Hooker says. What's especially frustrating is the biggest counties, including Montgomery are getting fewer doses per 100 people in smaller counties. That doesn't make any sense. Obviously, it's inequitable, he says. The state has not explained how it decides how doses are allocated two counties. The state Health Department was not available to talk to us, either. Heather Curtis san W. M a. L A w e mail dot com W M male News time is 804. I'm sharing Reardon and now he has you? W m a L trap. Taking weather from the.