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Packed With Virus Patients, Louisiana Hospitals Await Ida
"Louisiana prepares for ida hospitals there and throughout the south role ready tact with coloured patients and going into lockdown. Tom yomas reports from new orleans tonight. Nbc news taken inside one of new orleans. Busiest covert icu's. The state already swamped with nearly three thousand hospitalized patients. Here sometimes just been thinking that we're dealing with a pandemic another surge and now a major hurricanes last year we had a lot of kinds of uncertainty where we thought hurricanes coming but this one looks like it's headed right for us of course that's really concerning timing storm couldn't be worse. Hurricane ida is about to collide with the fourth wave of kobe in new orleans. I see us like this when all across the city or in near capacity just a little too long to get back day sixty two year old. Deborah alexander infected during this latest search. She's been praying. She beats covy tonight. She's praying for new orleans guy at the officer medical center. They're taking no chances hoping emergency planning and new tools like these high water vehicles to evacuate patients. Help them survive the storm. So how many patients can you fit in the back so seated we could probably fit fifteen to twenty and laying down on a stretcher public close to ten or twelve. Do you think you're gonna have to use this. I hope not but we're ready for if we do
"tom yomas" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"To stay home. It's hard to get into hotels when they find out. This money's kovic positive. Nobody wants it. I'll be the first to tell you. Now i've got two kids that's gonna be with. This is going to be something that you probably never will experience again. It's going to be scary. Data mama be riot. Which walking joins us now from morgan city louisiana morgan for those unable to leave. What conditions will they be facing in the next twenty four hours blue skies sunshine. Here in morgan city isn't going to be lasting much longer by this time. Tomorrow the hurricanes expected to make landfall and the storm. Surge forecast for where i'm standing is fifteen feet high. And when the entire city sits at seven feet above sea level. The outlook is in good jose. Organ jesse thank you. As louisiana prepares for ida hospitals there and throughout the south role ready tact with coloured patients and going into lockdown. Tom yomas reports from new orleans tonight. Nbc news taken inside one of new orleans. Busiest covert icu's. The state already swamped with nearly three thousand hospitalized patients. Here sometimes just been thinking that we're dealing with a pandemic another surge and now a major hurricanes last year we had a lot of kinds of uncertainty where we thought hurricanes coming but this one looks like it's headed right for us of course that's really concerning timing storm couldn't be worse. Hurricane ida is about to collide with the fourth wave of kobe in new orleans. I see us like this when all across the city or in near capacity just a little too long to get back day sixty two year old. Deborah alexander infected during this latest search. She's been praying. She beats covy tonight. She's praying for new orleans guy at.
"tom yomas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
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"tom yomas" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Were inside. And did the interviewing said it was quite embarrassing to watch the democratic congressman essentially asked hope Hicks about her love life. I think that's a very bizarre to have much old pervy, congressman asking somebody who has no new information about her love life. I think the American people would be ashamed, if they knew actually happen that came up in that hearing yesterday. That's what the folks that I've talked to are telling you. It doesn't surprise me, ho, ho, pictures, looker and these guys they used they call actresses in there. Under the guy that they played poor farm wives. We have the sound bites for you yesterday. They bring these actresses in no other way. Would they ever able to meet them and talk to them? And these ageing Jurassic Park, Democrats bring these, these hot babes in under the pretense of getting to the bottom of something or promoting something. And all they really want to do is open them. And that's when Devin Nunes says obey she getting questions. I'm sure the questions when he says about her love life. They were questions that I'm sure they were along the lines of when you are spending the evening with such, and such, and who was then when did you have discussions about blah, blah, blah? And when you both the woke in the morning after having a wonderful Bennett, it was stuff like that. And they might have even asked her who. And what the relationships are like I doesn't doesn't doesn't surprise me in the least so. Plugs biden's. We we're gonna move from democrat perverts, asking hope Hicks pervy questions to Joe by this guy. Is finished. It's over. And you know how you know it's over. It's nothing to do with a segregation business. Although I think that's the trigger for it. That you wanna know how this is over. Well, let's go to audio sound bite number ten. This is ABC news. This is good Morning America. Today is a portion of chief national affairs. Correspondent Tom yomas report. About hunter Biden's business dealings in Ukraine. And with the com was hunter Biden profiting off his dad's work as vice president and Jill Biden allow it, we're talking about millions of dollars in at least two countries. Mr Vice president Tom yomas, ABC news. How you doing? Got a quick question for you. It's a question. We tried to ask repeatedly can we ask you about Ukraine and China, but kept getting blocked? One person who did not want to talk about it, my show by Mr Vice president. What's your take on that? Was there a conflict of interest, there was a clear conflict of interest? That's it folks if ABC news is going after the hundred Biden CHAI com, Ukraine scandal, it's over somebody in the democrat media complex decided it's time to take plugs out. I don't know. The specific reason we've been talking about these deals conservative media has educated audiences on all of this, China Ukraine. Joe biden. Setting his sons up to become obscenely wealthy. Nobody was interested. Now, all of a sudden out of the clear blue. It's not in the clear blue after plugs comes out and pledges his love and support for segregationists, senators. Your comes ABC news blowing up plugs and his son, China and the Ukraine somebody's decided it's time to take plugs. I'm not I'm not making this up. They could have done this story anytime, but the one thing, the one thing that democrat party cannot ever permit is to have anybody in it up here to be even understanding or respectful, or friendly with people who they claim are racist, sexist big it's homophobes. What have you? So, so Joe coming out instead of Papa John's instead of throwing Hoven Talmadge and Eastland. Former senators over board under the bus. He doubled down on his love and respect. For them. But news was not through heroes. Another portion of the report from dumb Yarmuth in twenty.
"tom yomas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Life and first bothers day, can you guess who's the dad of this little boy, celebrating Father's Day for the first time? Fully eating seen. This is ABC news tonight, and good evening. Thanks for joining us on this Sunday. I'm Tom yomas, and we begin with new developments after that exclusive interview with President Trump tonight. The Trump campaign has cut ties with some of its pollsters after data was leaked ABC's George Stephanopoulos one on one with the president asking him about the poll showing he is trailing. Joe Biden in key battleground states. The president vehemently denied that claim saying the truth is the exact opposite, that he is leading everywhere tonight, though, the campaign is taking action after an apparent leak ABC's Rachel Scott starts us off at the White House. The president insists polls that show him behind the Democrats are phony and fake. Why does it bother you so much because it's untrue? I like the truth, and I'm actually very honest guy if I thought they were correct, I wouldn't be complaining at all, but a leaked internal poll men for Trump campaign is only painted a grim. Pitcher of a potential twenty twenty matchup between President Trump and Joe Biden, and now the campaign is cutting ties with some of its pollsters, the March data, I obtained by ABC news showed the president trailing by wide margins in three key, battleground states, Biden held a double digit lead in Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. And in Florida where the president is scheduled to officially launch his reelection campaign..
6 suspects, including gunman, arrested in Ortiz shooting
"Will more details in the ambush shooting of David Ortiz. Dominican Republic six men now under arrest in all in as ABC's. Tom yomas tells us a seventh is on the raw he say the suspects stocked or teas while he was out at a nightclub in some of the Mingo on Sunday night. The gunman wearing a baseball cap walking up to big Papi shooting him in the back the sound of gunfire, sending club goers running from their seats and police announcing that alleged gunman is role fee, crews, he's under arrest, along with five other men in custody for the attempted murder of Ortiz and the handgun allegedly used in the shooting was found buried near a house. Where one of the suspects was arrested as big Papi continues to recuperate in the intensive care unit. At Mass
Suspects offered $8,000 to kill baseball's David Ortiz
"In the Dominican Republic confirm the shooting of retired. Red Sox slugger. David Ortiz was paid hit job. ABC's Tom yomas, says six men are in custody. We say they are still looking for at least one more suspect, and that the bounty to kill the baseball great was less than eight thousand dollars so far. Police are not disclosing a motive big Papi continues his recovery in
Suspects offered $8,000 to kill baseball's David Ortiz
"Have new surveillance tonight. Multiple angles the thirties and the Dominican Republic. Now claim the shooting of baseball legend. David Ortiz was a coordinated effort to kill him. They released the surveillance, just today of that crowded club and the gunman shooting or TS in the back, just one part of what you're about to see right here and tonight, we have new information coming in now and Ortiz's condition. Tom yomas in Boston again tonight. Tonight. Dramatic move the chief of police in the Dominican Republic holding up the gun. He says was used to try and kill David Ortiz announcing they arrested the alleged hitman who pulled the trigger along with others and releasing this avalance video showing what he describes as a coordinated effort to kill in that video, you can see to Hyundai's parked in front of each other one man getting out of one of the cars, a motorcycle nearby that motorcycle, the alleged getaway vehicle shown moments later with two men on it driving down the street moments before the ambush. Police say the suspects stocked Ortiz while he was out at a nightclub in some of the Mingo on Sunday night. The gunman wearing a baseball cap walking up to big Papi shooting him in the back the sound of gunfire, sending club goers running from their seats. And today police announcing that alleged gunman is Roe fee crews, he's under arrest along with five. Other men in custody for the attempted murder of Ortiz police say they are still looking for at least one more suspect, and that the bounty to kill the
"tom yomas" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In inside the hotel room, but nothing glaring from, from our medical professionals have told us, so. Yeah, it's unclear if we don't have any answers, yet, we to makes it all the more reason to follow Tom yomas on Twitter, because once we know then we can, you know, be better better prepared for. Hey, what happened? What can we do to prevent this? But right now it's just a big question, Mark. So we really thank you for joining us this morning. Tom yomas ABC is his Twitter handle really appreciate you filling us in. This is just one of those stories, one of those stories. Hey, really quickly, former vice president Biden, who's rancor president has changed his mind on supporting a longstanding congressional ban on using federal healthcare money to pay for abortions privately Healthcare's. Right as I do I can no longer support an amendment. That makes that right. Dependent on someone's and I didn't made the comments yesterday at a Democratic Party fundraiser in Atlanta, he had been blasted the last couple of days by women's rights groups among others for his previous thoughts on the Hyde amendment, Biden says his change of heart is about healthcare, not politics. This KFI in K. O. S T HD, two loss, Angeles. Let take a look on your drive right now. We have some. Issues on the fourteen. We'll get back to that soon. The.
"tom yomas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Hey, I'm Brad milkey from ABC news. And if you like world news tonight, I wanna let you know about another podcast that I host called start here. Every morning in twenty minutes. We'll give you a whip around the biggest stories driving the day with context from the people who are covering them up close that includes David Muir, Tom yomas, the whole world news tonight team so start smart and subscribe to start here tonight, breaking news, the dangerous weather ready to strike nearly forty reported tornadoes, and now the new threat. More could be on the way homes and businesses wiped out thirty million on alert, plus the monster twister in Kansas and the storm chasers barely getting away the kidnapping horror caught on camera. A mother knocked to the ground by a man who grabs her eight-year-old daughter and drives away, the amber alert and the tip, that finally came in the deadly home explosion, the pre dawn blast obliterating home and damaging more than a dozen nearby. One person killed too serious. Injured. How did this happen? Also breaking tonight, debate, -cation plane disaster, four Americans, leaving a popular tourist resort when their aircraft crashes into the Atlantic just after takeoff, killing everyone on board the politics of abortion. President Trump Wayne in on the emotional debate calling himself, quote strongly pro-life, but parting ways with sweeping new laws that make no exception for rape, or incest, the pyramid tour bombing a roadside bomb ripping through a bus near Egypt's most famous site, the second recent bombing targeting tourists, and the commencement speaker giving much more than advice, the shock when he announced he'll pay off all the seniors loans is this the best graduation speech ever..
"tom yomas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Blaze right into the Polaski skyway, shutting down all lanes of traffic for hours, dangerous plumes of smoke billowing into the air visibility so bad drivers on the bridge were stranded in that thick fog. Officials urging everyone to shut their windows and stay inside hotspots still flaring up and what caused that fire those still under investigation and overseas. Arnold Schwarzenegger attacked standing fans at an event in South Africa. You see it there when a man makes a flying kick into Arnold's back hingham, hard, that man quickly tackled by security Schwarzenegger. Making light of the moment tweeting. There was nothing to worry about, and that he's quote, just glad the idiot didn't interrupt. My snapchat. Glad he's ok. Finally tonight America strong. Just one thing was missing from this performance and missing from her life. Her mother Q, the curtain, and the emotional reunion months in the making. Carbon. That's off. More Kayla McManus onstage in her theatre class in the middle of an improv exercise. But would Kayla doesn't know is that the scene is about to take a turn in a way that will force her to break character behind the curtain is her mother Tina who's been away in Iraq? Tina, a critical care flight paramedic in the army national guard has been on an eleven month deployment this diplomat was a little bit more difficult for her to accept me being gone. This is tina's third deployment away from Kayla. So she wanted to do something special, I wanted to surprise her this time. So let's get back on stage and that improv scene. You're going to have. Mom Tina hitting her q. It was the best thing ever. She saw me and she was shocked and just like my world was complete as for Kayla. Really? Shocking didn't expect it at all. I was really excited for like the first three minutes. And then I was like, okay, let's get off stage. A magical moment on stage, only a mother can right? And we thank searching Tina Bailey for her service and for sharing her family story, we thank you for watching on Tom yomas in New York GM and this week in the morning, and I'll see you right back here tomorrow night, have a great evening. Good night..
Venezuelan National Guard Vehicles Hit Demonstrators
"After Venezuelan opposition leader Guido urge the military. Join his side clashes between his supporters in the thirties erupted ABC's, Tom yomas says more from everything we've seen today. Medeiros still very much in control that country. But we saw clashes very very violent clashes that we haven't seen in months. One instance in particular was when an armored vehicle was facing off against demonstrators who had rocks and sticks and molotov cocktails, and they were trying to disperse the demonstrators. The demonstrators are throwing molotov cocktails trying to set these these vehicles on fire and at one point a driver of one of these vehicles just hits the gas and advances in moves forward and ends up burning over some of these demonstrators people were run over there. Protesters were injured and then after that there was exchanges of gunfire. People were just it seemed they were firing into the air firing in the direction of of whatever the opposition force was and we've seen one why take to the streets and walk through the streets with other members of the opposition party in and also with just regular Venezuelans. These are these are regular Venezuelans here that are protesting. We've also seen every major member of President Trump's administration, including the president himself say today on Twitter that they're supporting one, oh, they're supporting the opposition movement and national security adviser John Bolton also with some strong words that the big question is what happens now, though that the military will the US military get involved. It's not like that's going to happen and Madero so has control of his military. It's unclear what what can do if anything they're different factions of the military. So you have your traditional army, and they are backing Maduro for several reasons, but one they they get a piece of the action if you will the military's involved in in every business deal in the in the selling of oil. Oil in most transactions like in may totalitarian countries the military gets a piece of that action. So e is beneficial to them from a financial standpoint to stand with Maduro. And then there's there's what they call the clinic tvos, essentially like the citizen army of the Douro regular people low income people that have been armed by by the government to make sure they backup Madero in situations. Like, this you have the national guard as well. And then you also have militias that are that are the elderly. There's sort of the older statesman of the socialist party, but still support Madero as well, and they have uniforms, the collectibles don't have uniforms or essentially. Civilians that are armed that. That actually do a lot of the killings when we talk about the five hundred or so opposition members that have been killed since Medeiros taken power. A lot of those killings and kidnappings are done by members of the
Venezuelan National Guard Vehicles Hit Demonstrators
"At least fifty Venezuelan opposition leader one white urge to the military to join his side to seize control of the country from President Nicolas Maduro. Tom yomas has more armor vehicle was facing off against demonstrators who had rocks and sticks and molotov cocktails, and they were trying to disperse the demonstrators. The demonstrators are throwing molotov cocktails trying to trying to set these these vehicles on fire and at one point a driver of one of these vehicles just hits the gas and advances and moves forward and ends up running over some of these demonstrators now national security adviser John Bolton told reporters at the White House. The president backs quite oh. And is monitoring the situation as I've said all options remain on the table. I'm simply not going to be more specific to that. But recall that right at the beginning three months ago, we said that would be a big mistake from Doro and those supporting him to use force against innocent
"tom yomas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The biggest name in the democratic side of the race. He does have some hurdles has already had some stumbles though, having to address some interactions with women who said he crossed the line with unwanted kisses and hugs. But despite that Biden has remained at the top of most polls, but he will have some catching up to when it comes to fundraise, and we've been told this team has been planning a big donor event where he's hoping to show he can raise the type of money Senator Bernie Sanders and mayor people to judge have that as ABC's Tom yomas Biden the twentieth democrat in the race. He would also be the nation's oldest president if elected he would start his term, it's seventy eight we'll talk more about it. In a live report at six twenty paid family. Leave getting scrapped in our state at least for this legislative session. KOA? Newsradio is Connor shreve has live with the details. In a struggle for Democrats. Even going back to rewriting the Bill about a month ago. Trying to help ease some concerns of business owners support from the governor was lagging even after that and business concerns remain. So. Sponsors have now pulled the Bill saying they do intend to bring it back next session with the same timeline for implementation in twenty twenty four. Now, they say they'll spend this year studying the financial impact of paid family leave the measure would have allowed workers to receive up to twelve weeks of paid family leave from a fund that employees and businesses pay into reporting live, Connor shreve. KOA newsradio. Also at the state capital. The governor wants to ask voters to increase the tax on cigarettes vaping products, you have a moral imperative to reduce teen smoking vaping. And that's a serious issue. Because Colorado right now is number one for teen vaping in this country. More than twenty five percent of high-schoolers say they do it. Pull a says. That's not a good thing. One pod on a vaping device can have as much nicotine or more.
"tom yomas" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Episodes ABC's, Tom yomas, according to a new U N report, an estimated eleven million people in North Korea are undernourished or suffer chronic food, insecurity, that's more than forty three percent of the population. Michael Cohen testified again on Capitol Hill about the Trump Tower Moscow project. Former lawyer Michael Cohen is done for now. I told them that any additional information that they would want they should feel comfortable to reach out to my counsel. And I would continue to Cooper. The president's former attorney heads to jail soon he spent four days testify arriving with rolling suitcases filled with evidence to back up his statements on the president's action before and after the election Andy Field ABC news, Capitol Hill. An air force spokeswoman says the branches appalled and deeply sorry after Senator Martha mcsally disclosed during a Senate hearing that she was raped by a superior officer. Martha mcsally the nation's first female fighter pilot to certain combat said she did not report the assault because she did not trust. How the military would handle her case I was ashamed and confused. I thought I was strong but felt powerless vis Senator went on to call for commanders to stay at the center of the solution and read perpetrators from the military's ranks, Elizabeth McLaughlin, ABC news. The Pentagon federal prosecutors agreed to drop all felony corruption charges against former Illinois congressman Adam shock, if he pays tens of thousands of dollars to the IRS and campaign committees. You're listening to ABC news new from the number one New York Times bestselling author of the natural. Burning trilogy..
Maduro accuses US of fabricating crisis to start war in South America
"Media President Nicolas Maduro, whom the Trump administration calls a dictator claims the US is willing to go to war for Venezuela's oil. He spoke to ABC's Tom yomas through an interpreter. Bogere everything the United States government has done is doomed for failure. They're trying to fabricate a crisis justify political escalation and military intervention in Venezuela to bring the
"tom yomas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"In a rare interview Medeiros sat down with ABC's, Tom yomas to talk about the power struggle. Everything the United States government has done is doomed for failure. They're trying to fabricate a crisis justify political escalation and military intervention in Venezuela to bring the war to South America. This all happening as vice President Mike Pence met with the opposition leader one Guido on Monday and Columbia. Let's get into the Madero interview with ABC's. Tom Llamas on our live line. Who's in Venezuela? Good morning. Tom. Thank you for having me this morning. Thanks so much for coming on. So did Madero talk about why he's denying aid is country. When clearly his people are starving. Yeah. He says that he believes that US aid is all Hollywood. Store confrontation. And the military in the United States would have to launch an invasion into Venezuela. He's convinced that people around President Trump. Could I ask him? I said. President trump. Around him like John Bolton like Mike Pompeo because he's convinced they want to invade Iraq. Well oil like they did he says in Iraq like did nam. That they weren't in Beijing. Well into that as well. That's all he Saint. Now. He says he does want to meet with President Trump to shake his hand and look at them directly and tell them what's going on in Venezuela. The president of the United States has been very very clear he will accept what the rule is a leader who's call them. Well, a public of the Cuban regime and not abedin's one patriots. Tom is is Medeiros demeanor. Is it one of paranoia of strength? What was it like when you were in his presence? You know, he tries to he tried to. He was asking me about my name about what my family was. My parents are Cuban they came over at the castle took over power, you learn so my my parents are exiled. We're going back to Spain. Small talk. Clear some of our staff from ABC news. A lot of military guard. Members of his cabinet his wife, and there's specific won't sit down until he came into the room. I couldn't even you couldn't even just a shot. With myself sitting down, Eric they had. Screens who'll type of interview. Nothing nothing to this level. So there is some paraglider, and then the anger I can report routinely chilling of five hundred people in this country will him Colby a liar. I was a liar. Like, President Trump a couple of times and very unclear to some of our staff. I couldn't see this was looking right at Madurai. But what was gonna happen inside that little? Luckily, nothing happened to us and Magoo acclaimed the rich freedom of expressing in as well. But our my it. Well, and the girl did like those questions, and according to Rama's got up and left and then. Eat your media and their cell phones. And that that clearly shows. Country. Madero didn't like it. When Rambo showed photos of people digging through the trash to try to find food to eat. All right. Thanks, so much will re tweet that interview ABC's, Tom yomas. Thanks so much from Venezuela. Six twenty six money news is we check in with Pat getting cheaper to fly. The bureau of transportation statistics reports the average ticket for domestic air travel three hundred forty three dollars in two thousand eighteen that's the lowest since they started tracking ticket.
Maduro accuses US of fabricating crisis to start war in South America
"News, the Venezuelan leader opposed by the US who sat for a rare interview with American media President Nicolas Maduro, whom the Trump administration calls a dictator claims the US is willing to go to war for Venezuela's oil. He's ABC's Tom yomas through an interpreter interpreter. Everything the United States government has done is doomed for failure. They're trying to fabricate a crisis justify political escalation and military intervention in Venezuela to bring the war to South America vice-president Pence visited Colombia yesterday to show support for an opposition leader who lost Madero in a recent contested
Maduro accuses US government of fabricating a crisis to start war in South America
"News. I American interview ears disputed Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro tells ABC news that the US government is fabricating a crisis in his country to start a war in South America. Over oil Madero also told ABC's Tom yomas that efforts to bring humanitarian aid into the country. We're nothing, but a Hollywood show your own universities. See the average Venezuelan has lost twenty four pounds under your leadership. I mean that tells you something right? Their people are starving, and yet he's still want except the US aid says what the US is offering is neither humanitarian
"tom yomas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"News Virginia politics in a state of chaos today. The governor, of course, has been dealing with a scandal over that racist photo on his page in an old medical school yearbook. The attorney general admitting to wearing black face in the nineteen eighties and the Lieutenant governor facing accusations of sexual assault. ABC's Tom yomas in Richmond Virginia and joins us live right now. Governor still saying he won't resign. Tom. That's right. The governor saying he won't resign. Those close to him saying, you won't resigned. Governor same story there source telling me that there is no scenario right now with Lieutenant governor sees himself resigning and the attorney general who is in. Black as well actually called on him to resign. He's not resigning either of Virginia's elected Democrats to different groups put out Stevens yesterday, essentially saying they still want governor Northland to resign who remembered that government is a democrat. But they're standing by the attorney general they seem to say that it's generals apology was more sincere than the governors as Lieutenant governor a lot or calling for an investigation. They want more answers into the sex the sex assault accusation. The problem is nobody's actually launched investigation at this point. And state lawmakers have told me they don't have the power to do that truth is stranger than fiction in this case, Tom, and I'm wondering if all three are forced to resign. What's the succession plan? Is that the postmaster and Virginia's he become governor. What what happens? Yeah. He's just got a lot of power right now, all the lobbyists are circling the postmaster. No, it's actually the house of delegates who is a Republican speaker, Cox and. Right now. I mean, he he came out early on and said he did not want to impeach the governor because he with the governor had done an impeachable offence. 'cause you. By the constitution year, and has to deal with the mental or physical disability essentially can't serve in office anymore. So a lot of people are looking at right now. But I gotta be honest with you from the conversations I'm having here. There is no sign anyone who's resigning anytime soon. I think a lot of these men are taking a page out of the president's playbook. I covered the Trump campaign. You know, there's something to be said about what the president did during the campaign as far as not backing down not bowing out not MS ninety and sort of just kind of thing course, and seeing the news cycle goes yesterday. The entire country was talking about Virginia until the Jeff Bezos news broke. And everyone's talking about Jeff Bezos. And that's just the way the news cycle works in the world. We live in right now. So I wouldn't be surprised if nobody resigned, and it's they try to get back to business as usual by next week. Yeah. You hope to just duck and cover long enough for something else to take the place on the news cycle. ABC's? Tom yomas? Thanks so much from Richmond, Virginia adamant, Financial, Engines and.
"tom yomas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"ABC news chief national affairs correspondent Tom yomas. Attorney general more caring revealing that he wore black base in the nineteen eighties. Saying he went to a college party dressed as the rapper. Kurtis blow writing we dressed up and put on wigs and run makeup. Herring writing. The shame of that moment has haunted me for decades. Adding he is deeply deeply sorry. Just days ago. Hearing was calling on governor Ralph Northam to step down after a racist photo surfaced from the governor's medical school yearbook page, the state's Lieutenant governor is facing an accusation of sexual assault. Or woman says he forced himself on her in two thousand four he denies it. Just over a week to go before another possible government shutdown members of the congressional committee trying to reach a deal on border security, saying they're making progress the president's nominee for attorney general comes up for a vote today before the Senate Judiciary committee bars had the job before. And it's likely he will become the next attorney general again, many Democrats and some Republicans concerned if he'll. Release the full molar special counsel report democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal, saying he'll vote no because Mr. bar refused to make that guarantee but Senate Republicans have the majority so he's almost certain to get out of committee into a full Senate confirmation next week Andy Field ABC news Washington for the third time. The last eight months, Milwaukee police officer has been killed in the line of duty. Matthew Rittner was serving a warrant when he was shot. Police chief Alfonzo Morales has a wife and a young son the fire is out. But a lot of work remains after an apparent gas main explosion in San Francisco set off a fire that burned through five buildings fire chief to an Hayes Wight says it looks like utility workers. Hit a gas line.
"tom yomas" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Exactly, right. Record-breaking lifetime coal rubes logo warming. And this is what brain dead left-wing Americans retreated to it doesn't have to be CBS can be CNN MSNBC any local. News organization is going to report the same gobbledygook. And they don't even they're not even afraid of the charge of hypocrisy. So they take call. But do you know that it is hot this time of year every year in Australia? Every year they have seemingly scorching hot summers. And it's always in January that's summertime in Australia. There's nothing unusual about it. So we've got lifetime record breaking cold in the upper midwest, but because it summer in Australia proof that it's all global warming. I'm still struggling with how to overcome stupidity. That doesn't know itself. Here's one thing. If you're talking to some stupid person knows they're stupid. You have a chance with them. But if you're talking to stupid any who don't know that they're stupid idiot. You talk of ignorance is at don't know, they're ignorant, if you're talking to stupid people who think they are intellectual brilliant. You have an almost impossible task. Here is ABC is good Morning America. The chief national correspondent Tom yomas reporting about the cold weather in the mid west. This is incredible. We are in the middle of lake Saint Clair. We're off the coast of Detroit. This looks like an Arctic out here. But it's actually a lake. This is one of the busiest shipping lanes. Both the Great Lakes the ice is so thick. We're actually help the walkouts in the middle. And this is it's hard to see. But if you look through the ice, it's about eight to ten inches thick ice everywhere. You look with this is a leg. Take a look at how thick of this ISIS glaciers right here. Super thick nowhere to go..
"tom yomas" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Exactly, right. Recordbreaking lifetime coal rubes global warming. And this is what brain dead left-wing Americans retreated to have to be CBS can be CNN. The MSNBC any local. News organization is going to report this same gobbledygook. And they don't even they're not even afraid of the charge of hypocrisy. So they take. But do you know that it is hot this time of year every year in Australia? Every year they have seemingly scorching hot summers. And it's always in January that's summertime in Australia. There's nothing unusual about it. So we've got lifetime record breaking cold in the upper midwest. But because it's summer in Australia proof that it's all global warming. I'm still struggling with how to overcome stupidity. That doesn't know itself is one thing if you're talking to some stupid person knows they're stupid, you have a chance with them. But if you're talking to stupid idiots who don't know that they're stupid idiot. You're talking ignorance is don't know they're ignorant, if you're talking to stupid people who think they are intellectual brilliant. You have an almost impossible task. Here is ABC is good Morning America. The chief national correspondent Tom yomas reporting about the cold weather in the mid west. This is.
"tom yomas" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Exactly, right. Recordbreaking lifetime coal rubes global warming. And this is what brain dead left-wing Americans retreated to have to be CBS could be CNN MSNBC any local. News organization is going to report this same gobbly Gook. And they don't even they're not even afraid of the charge of hypocrisy. So they take. But do you know that it is hot this time of year every year in Australia? Every year they have seemingly scorching hot summers. And it's always in January that's summertime in Australia. There's nothing unusual about it. So we've got lifetime record breaking cold in the upper midwest. But because it's summer in Australia proof that it's all global warming. I'm still struggling with how to overcome stupidity. That doesn't know itself. There's one thing if you're talking to some stupid person knows they're stupid. You have a chance with them. But if you're talking to stupid idiots who don't know that they're stupid idiot. You're talking ignoramuses at don't know, they're ignorant, if you're talking to stupid people who think they are intellectual brilliant. You have an almost impossible task. Here is ABC is good Morning America. The chief national correspondent Tom yomas reporting about the cold weather in the mid west. This is.
"tom yomas" Discussed on KOMO
"From ABC news. Michelle Franzen at restaurants last night in Washington, DC, federal employees, celebrating the end of the partial government shutdown as they prepare to go back to work this week NASA employee, Nikki Washington joining other workers at the restaurant offering free meals to those impacted I'm very excited. It's been a long time. I'm ready to get back to work, but a new deadline also looming new pressure on both Democrats and Republicans to work out a deal on border security, White House officials say the president is prepared for another shutdown if he doesn't get funding for his border wall. ABC news deputy political director maryalice park. Explain. There are Democrats that are itching to strike some deals, and then of course, there's all the work that other sort of immigration reform, or if the Democrats want to get done protections for those dreamers protections for people here with protective status in refugee status ways that the country treats asylum seekers it's going to be hard for Democrats to ignore the parts of their Cardi that are willing and eager to get. Get some legislation written what's next in the Russia probe the indictment of President Trump's longtime adviser Roger stone on charges of line and tampering with witnesses has raised more questions than answers ABC's. Tom yomas has more on stones next move. She kind of gave us a little nugget into what his thinking was in the interview with George Stephanopoulos on this week. He said he would talk to the special counsel's office. If they want to talk about some Trump campaign officials that he has information on but he said, he's not gonna lie. He's not going to bear false witness to the president. And that he's talked to the president a lot. But it was about nothing that has to do with the Russian investigation or WikiLeaks. Stone scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday in Colorado to police officers are recovering after being shot in Denver while responding to a fire. Authorities say an armed suspect was also on scene. An injured the officers that suspect was also hurt and taken to the hospital. You're listening to ABC news..
"tom yomas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Number one ranked female tennis player winning back to back. First place wins against Serena Williams at the US open and tonight, the Australian Open Asaka now making the world's first Asian tennis champion. And the youngest to hold that top spot in nearly a decade. Good for her finally tonight. One man's amazing grace spending years in darkness now at last what he calls the miracle lately, you'll find Charleston West Virginia resident Philip done flipping through old photos. He'll tell you. He's living in the past. And it's completely fine by him. The last a clear vision of my daughter was her high school graduation when he was forty five years old done was diagnosed with cataracts, and even worse macular degeneration, the doctor said, you know, it's it's not that bad. It probably won't give you trouble for years. But done says within months he started seeing black dots in the center of his vision. But eventually turned into blindness that was fourteen years ago. I was really upset. I was thinking all the things I had lost in the Lord just reminded me that I still had a wife. I still had two kids. I still had home done never gave up hope something even what he calls a miracle. Could happen to him this past. August. I started up the real severe headache in my left off done says a cataract ruptured he needed surgery and doctors thought when they removed it eventually he would only be able to see some light. But as he was recovering done says what he hoped and prayed for happened right before his eyes now pulled the patch off in. I was slow shut in. So I just kind of tried it open, and I could see light. And I was excited about that as popped it open all the way, and I could see it was surreal because I haven't seen for so long. And that's when I went in the kitchen in Selma wife, and she was the first face. I had seen in fourteen years clearly. He had never seen his grandchildren, and though he danced with his daughter at her wedding. Never saw what it looked like the dance in practice for years. I couldn't really tell she was doing. But then to see me do it with her was just the drink. Come true. What a moment we think the done family for sharing that story. And we thank you for watching. I'm Tom yomas in geo may and this week in the morning, and I'll see you right back here. Tomorrow night have a great evening. Good night. Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast..
Melania Trump addresses husband's alleged infidelities
"Today. ABC news. Tom yomas is interviewing first lady. Melania trump. And they talked about the stories about President Trump's alleged infidelity because she said nothing's off limits. Yeah. That's what made the so interesting makes it fascinating. Because you have certainly a White House that I don't know if there's ever been as much interest in the White House as there is right now. And because of all the palace intrigue. And because you have a president. That's unlike any other president we've ever had. This is true in the way that he carries himself and the way people talk about of all of that stuff. So I'm fascinated by this whole thing with Melania Trump. You know? Man. Maybe it's because you're younger millennial. There's one other time. I can remember someone being interviewed that had everyone wanting to see what she was going to say. And honestly, it was Hillary Clinton after the Louisiana, actually, that's yes. That's a fair point. That was that was a big one. But outside of that. I mean, this this is right up there. So they released another these are on this day. Okay. It you're not the first first lady to her to deal with her husband's alleged infidelities has this your marriage. He's not considering and focus of mine. I'm a mother and the first lady, and I have much more important things to think about to do. I know people like to speculate
Cohen says he paid off women at Trump's direction
"Trump's, former personal, attorney Michael Cohen agreed to plead guilty to arranging hush money payments. At the direction he said of a candidate for, federal office ABC's Tom yomas with what's next for the big question will Michael Cohen cooperate with federal prosecutors in. The Russia investigation. The special, counsel of course it's still unclear under. This plea agreement he doesn't have to, cooperate with him but he's not, prevented from cooperating and this could be a big issue when it. Comes to sentencing that's December twelve because he faces up to sixty five. Years in prison but federal prosecutors could recommend a reduced sentence. To the judge if indeed Cohen is, working with them
Benchmark S&P 500 in longest bull-market run ever
"Counsel Robert Muller go after his. Former boss now that he's agreed to a plea deal it's a related to hush money paid to women who claim to have had affairs with Mr. Trump more from ABC news senior national correspondent Tom yomas just eleven. Days before the election Cohen paid off porn star stormy Daniels who claimed. She had a one night affair with Trump Cohen, also involved in the payoff to Karen McDougal a former playboy playmate who claimed she had a one. Year long affair with Mr. Trump just before the election McDougal sold her story to the. Publisher of the National Enquirer they bought it and, buried in, a practice known as catch and kill. And as that was unfolding in New York President Trump's former
Zach, Donald Trump and Jamal discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"At the box office this weekend it's sharks. Versus, the k. k. k. 's weekend box office champ is expected to. Be the, largest that labral existed short for, Don about a giant, shark with its sights set on Jason. Statham predictions debut in under twenty five million dollars which isn't, great, for a film that reportedly. Cost one hundred and fifty million and make also opening God bless white America spike Lee's critically acclaimed seventy set black klansman it's looking at, maybe ten million and some great reviews and that's not all the low budget horror. Flicks slender man may also open Ten million dollar
1,800 children reunited with parents, sponsors by deadline, government says
"Arranging financial investigation of former Trump fixer and personal attorney. Michael Cohen, prosecutors in New York, also examining whether Cohen broke laws trying to quiet women who claimed to have had affairs with Trump the department of homeland security says about eighteen hundred immigrant. Children have been released from custody and it says the government's on track to have all eligible children reunited with families by the end of the day, which is the court ordered deadline ABC's, Tom yomas the federal government saying more than seven hundred children are ineligible for reunification because of an issue with their parents, including hundreds of cases where the parents are no longer even in this country, the government will now have to work and try to figure out how when if they'll be able to get those families back together, immigration groups say the administration's arbitrarily deciding who's eligible, partly because many parents have been deported, California, wildfires burning west of reading about one hundred miles south of the Oregon state line tripled in size overnight. A fire east of Los Angeles has destroyed. At least five homes says Cal fire, which also says an alleged arsonist is arrest. ABC's we'll cars there in Riverside, County witnesses tell if they saw this suspect driving across this area tossing flares out of his window they called the police and that, led to the arrests and with these conditions mother, nature really doesn't need any help creating, devastation, like this a US military plane is headed for North Korea to pick up the remains of what are. Believed to be US servicemen killed during the. Korean war that according to South Korea's, Yonhap news agency you're listening to ABC.
Inside the former Walmart holding 1,500 immigrant children in Texas
"For what it's worth i'm cheri preston the immigration battle playing out again in washington you have a southern border where children are being separated from the parents most new york congressman joe crowley protesting the zero tolerance policy on immigration in brownsville texas the children of illegal border crossers are being sent to a converted walmart store abc's tom yomas that'll look in size two hundred fifty thousand square feet they've converted all to now houses children basically it looks like a dormitory with five beds to each room a medical unit places where they take care of the kids if they have mental health issues if they have any type of other medical issues they take care of them there so it's a pretty robust facility but it's families are separated under the trump administration policy it's getting crowded if it keeps separating families that we'll get to a point where they're going to have to create new spaces whether those be ten cities or some type of emergency shelters to house those children the kids allow two phone calls a week one of them presumably to apparent for what it's worth.
Abc, Todd Ant and Diane discussed on Kilmeade & Friends with Brian Kilmeade
"The texas school shooting made his initial court appearance friday night abc's chief national affairs correspondent tom yomas tells us what we know so far about the suspect authorities say he kept extensive journals not only did he want to commit the shooting but he wanted to commit suicide after the shooting police say he used to guns a shotgun and a thirty eight revolver they belong to his father but they have no theories yet on what drove him to open fire on his classmates several vigils were held friday night at different locations around santa fe clayton county public schools chief of police thomas trawick says they are investigating a deadly shooting friday night after a high school graduation where two people were shot one died the graduation had concluded and the parties gathered an argument ensued and that led to done shots me planet clayton county police said it was unclear who the shooter was or if that person is among the injured todd ant abc news every so often there's a reason to go to the movies book club has four beautiful friend diane keep jane fonda candice bergen and berry steve urge i am not gonna let us become those people who stop living before they stop living let me introduce you for christian critics are calling book club hilarious certainly sounds like a four star delight a must see comedy of the summer happy reading ladies book club directed by bill holder men now in feeders made it be g thirteen maybe inappropriate for children under thirteen the starlight lounge presents an evening with the progressive box.
White House aide dismissed McCain's views because 'he's dying anyway'
"For president trump's former personal attorney michael cohen with questions growing about millions paid the his shell company by businesses looking to work with the trump administration abc's chief national correspondent tom yomas has the latest the treasury department launching an investigation into the possibility financial records tied to the president's personal attorney michael cohen may have been legally lead cohen responding to questions about stormy daniels attorney michael who posted some financial details about a company cohen started shortly before the election essential consultants nadia legis and use that same shell company to facilitate the daniels payment in a hush agreement but also for a consulting practice that had transactions totaling at least four million dollars shortly before the election into two thousand eighteen among the web of companies that hired cohen at and t which allegedly paid him at least two hundred thousand dollars and has a major merger pending before the justice department the company says they paid to get quote insights into understanding the new administration former suitable giant novartis acknowledges they paid cohen one point two million dollars a company spokesman says they were promised quote access to the new administration also potentially troubling for cohen five hundred thousand dollars avenue ati says cohen received from columbus nova a company with deep ties to putin ally viktor vessel berg a russian billionaire who reportedly attended the trump inauguration and according to the new york times was questioned by the mother team two people tell the associated press that a white house official dismissed the view expressed by senator john mccain about president donald trump's cia nominee saying at a staff meeting that it doesn't matter because he's dying anyway the two people who were in the room for the comments say white house aide kelly sadler was discussing mccain's opposition to trump's pick for c i a director she made the remark they spoke to the ap on condition of anonymity to discuss the closeddoor meeting your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news now.
North Korea, Trump and Tom Yomas Cohen discussed on The Rocky Boiman Show
"The same shell company that facilitated her payment in that hush agreement essential consultants for transactions totaling at least four million dollars shortly before the election into two thousand eighteen abc's tom yomas cohen is now asking a federal judge to deny michael avenues admission to the federal case because of that information release some of the companies that were allegedly paying cohen have confirmed their involvement meantime the three american detainees freed by north korea say that they would like to express their deep appreciation to the united states government president trump secretary of state mike pompeo and the american people quote for bringing us home they're expected to land on us soil early tomorrow morning president trump says he'll meet them personally now the latest traffic and weather together no major interstate problems have been reported right now but if you get stuck in traffic call us at four to one and aws now latest forecast from the exergen temporal scanner weather center and i heart radio station tonight a chance of showers and storms alot of sixty two.