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"tom yomas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:09 min | 6 months ago

"tom yomas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

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Trump says sexual assault accuser E Jean Carroll 'not my type'

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Trump says sexual assault accuser E Jean Carroll 'not my type'

"President trump brings back an insult us against a previous accuser to respond to allegations from writer e jean carroll that mr trump sexually assaulted her at bergdorf goodman in the mid nineties correspondent tom yomas tells us the president dismissed carol saying she wasn't his type this is the first time the president has come into his accusers looks at twenty sixteen campaign rally then candidate trump had this to say about a woman who accused him of groping Her on a plane years before, believe me. she would not be my first choice that i can now the president has also alleged carol is just trying to sell books carol denies that saying her book is not even about trump and has listed several reasons for not coming forward including advice from friends at the time and also the fear of retaliation carroll meantime is making headlines for telling c._n._n. to anderson cooper in an interview last night that she thinks most people think rape is quote sexy because they think of the

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6 suspects, including gunman, arrested in Ortiz shooting

WBZ Morning News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Suspects offered $8,000 to kill baseball's David Ortiz

Atlanta's Morning News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Suspects offered $8,000 to kill baseball's David Ortiz

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:30 min | 1 year ago

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

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Venezuelan National Guard Vehicles Hit Demonstrators

News, Traffic and Weather

02:40 min | 1 year ago

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

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Venezuelan National Guard Vehicles Hit Demonstrators

Sean Hannity

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

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

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"tom yomas" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"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..

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 Maduro accuses US of fabricating crisis to start war in South America

Gary and Shannon

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

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

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 Maduro accuses US of fabricating crisis to start war in South America

Wake Up Call

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

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

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 Maduro accuses US government of fabricating a crisis to start war in South America

News, Traffic and Weather

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

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

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"tom yomas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"tom yomas" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"tom yomas" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Exactly, right. Recordbreaking lifetime coal rooms logo warming. And this is what brain dead left-wing Americans retreated to be CBS can be CNN MSNBC can 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 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 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 idiots, you 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 incredible. We.

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"tom yomas" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"tom yomas" Discussed on KNSS

"Hey, exactly, right. Recordbreaking lifetime coal rubes local warming. And this is what brain dead left-wing Americans retreated to have to be CBS can be CNN MSNBC any local. News organization is going to report this same Gook. And they don't even they're not even afraid of the charge of hypocrisy. So they take call. 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. There's one thing 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 idiots. 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.

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"tom yomas" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"tom yomas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"tom yomas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"So that we can continue doing what we're doing, which is frankly, unprecedented. Unfinished business from Mississippi's midterms should get settled today. President Trump trying to boost Republican Cindy Hyde Smith, she's in a run off with democrat, Mike Espy ABC's, Tom yomas in starkville, Mississippi and joins us live. So what's the process for today? Tom. Hey, guys will the voting is already underway here in starkville, Mississippi and across the state polls open at eight o'clock eastern. And what we have today, basically, always Mississippi because of this special Senate race right now in the president clearly worried he can't paint through the day yesterday, the north and south part of the state campaigning late into the night. The president was the bites. President Senator Lindsey Graham cheer of the Trump campaign and the head of the Republican party all here to rally for Heisman. And you would think this would be easy pickup for the Republicans. They should be worried about the Senate race because there aren't a very red state. But because of those allegations of racism against Senator city mitt this could be a close race on the democrat Mike feet had some baggage as well. He he hasn't controversial lobbying work that he did taking money from from a man who was accused of crimes against humanity in the international criminal court that being said there is no reliable polling. So it's unclear if this race is really close, but Republicans are taking no chances at Tom that's kind of a paradox though, because I think I even learned on this week this past Sunday that Mississippi is the most I think highly densely populated people of color forty six forty seven percent yet. It's tough for them to elect an African American. So there's a bit of that paradox going on with this too, especially with height Smits. You could say racist rhetoric about hangings it is. That's right. And if you look at the state you actually look at the twenty sixteen broke down Brigham some great points. If you look at the western part of the state will see a lot of blue counties, Hillary Clinton picked up a lot of those blue counties in two thousand sixteen but it's so tough and some of the other areas of business should be they don't really have the big metro to big metropolitan areas, but the big urban areas like like say Alabama does a lot of people were comparing this rate to last year the Doug Jones ROY Moore race, which I covered as well. It's a different race one because the allegations, but to the states are are very different. They're neighboring states, but they are different. We'll see what happens that the guy. I want to stress this throughs. No reliable polling. So it could be a blow out or this. This could be a close race. We're going to have to wait and see it was three way race during the midterm. You know, you remember a couple of weeks ago? It was a three way race libertarian candidate picked up about eleven percent of the votes. I did speak to a couple of voters who did vote for for for that candidate and said they're going to vote for height Smith. Now, if that's the case if she gets all those votes, it's game over Espy doesn't have a chance, but he's been able to rally his base well here, and he's had some big names in the Democratic Party. Come to Mississippi over the last couple of weeks. It'll be something to watch tonight. All right. Tom will let you go at that. Thank you. Thank you from Mississippi ABC's, Tom yomas reporting live Broncos getting a day off.

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Los Angeles prosecutor declines felony case against Michael Avenatti

24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles prosecutor declines felony case against Michael Avenatti

"And redness on her face and for pain associated with recent cosmetic surgery on her face. Correspondent Tom yomas? Manati Senator statement, he was thankful. The district. Attorney had rejected the charges quote this thanksgiving. I am especially grateful for Justice. According to the Hollywood reporter, former Fox, News employees. Laurie long is threatening legal action against Showtime over her portrayal in an upcoming miniseries about the late, Fox News CEO. Roger ailes. Her attorney is concerned that lawn may be portrayed basically as a pimp who brought women to ails in two thousand sixteen article in New York magazine. Gabriel Sherman wrote that London I'd ever setting women opt for explicitly sexual

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"tom yomas" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"tom yomas" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Can see that. We are broadcasting this morning from our election headquarters here in New York. This is where we're going to be tracking and analyze the results as they come in on Tuesday night team already here ready to go for what is shaping up to be the most consequential midterm election in years. It feels like a presidential election. Americans are engaged passions high early voting through the roof and President Trump is campaigning. As if you were on the ballot one way he is if Democrats win the house or the Senate Tuesday night, Trump will wake up to a very different presidency Wednesday morning. Our brand new ABC news Washington Post poll says the president coming into these midterms with the lowest approval of any president since Harry Truman. He's at forty percent with fifty three percent disapproving of Trump's performance. The president's average approval since inaugurations the lowest on record and fifty nine percent of likely voters Sates important to them to vote for a candidate who shares their opinion of Trump that is feeling a democratic advantages forty eight hours to go democratic house candidates lead Republicans by eight points among likely voters fifty two to forty four but that is down from thirteen points last month. The Republican base is clearly reenergized in the wake of the cavenaugh hearings and the democratic advantage among women, especially independent women ish ranking. On the issues. Republicans have an edge on handling the economy. Democrats have been advertising on healthcare. They have an advantage there. And as President Trump trains his fire on that migrant caravan. Our polls show split views forty-seven percent trust Democrats to handle immigration, the voters trust Republicans by a ten point margin on border security. We have a lot to analyze here with our team when big in our chief, national affairs. Correspondent Tom yomas, Tom we're going to be focusing Tuesday on two key numbers a two we show right there. Twenty three and two house changes hands at the Democrats pick up twenty three seats in the Senate Democrats need a net gain of two seats to change control. And those those races. You're gonna show are taking place on two very different battlegrounds. Let's start with the house. That's why George so we're tracking all the house racist. But we've identified more than one hundred competitive house races. These are the congressional districts, and you can see they stretch all along the map. What are we seeing here? We're seeing congressional districts that are part of suburbs and excerpts and we see some clusters in the. North east. We're watching New York, Pennsylvania, Florida Virginia. But we're also watching some red states Kentucky, Kansas, Texas and the blue state of California. We're tracking nearly a dozen races. We've taken all these competitive races. And we've aligned them like this point are chipboard, align. And by the way, polls are closing remember that key number. You were talking about George Twenty-three. That's how many seats Democrats have to flip. And they may have an advantage. Historically, we've never seen a democratic battleground this big, and there's a couple of reasons a quarter of these districts Hillary Clinton actually won. But Republicans hold power in others, Republicans were retired and even more Democrats generally excited about their candidate storage Senate exactly the opposite. A completely different story in the Senate. Let's take a look at that. Now, we flip over there are battleground board over here, and we take a look at all the blue these are all the democratic seats. We're tracking thirty five races. Let's go to the map right now. These are all the Senate races. But we've identified fourteen key races. Remember, George as you said the Republicans have an advantage. Of two seats here. But there are a lot of seats that Democrats hold in Missouri, Indiana and North Dakota this was Trump country, and they have a democratic Senator. But there's some races were Democrats feel. They may have an advantage because a Republican retirements in Tennessee and Zona we're going to be watching all those George to watch wanna bring a Nate silver also from five thirty eight your forecast looking ahead to Tuesday night pretty much mirror. What we're seeing on those maps. Let's start with ass. Yeah. For sure. So look at who is playing defense and how much defense they're playing. So in the house, we have Democrats with about four and five chance of winning the house. The national polls are pretty good for Democrats. The district. Polls are are very good for Democrats. They're pretty deep into red territory in the Senate. It's the reverse where we have the GOP with a six and seven chance of holding on Democrats are playing a lot of defense in states that they currently hold the terrain. There is extremely read. So again, polls aren't always right. It pulls a right. You would have a split outcome. Polls aren't Ryan polls. Polls have applied March. Recline going to our political director in part because this race is very hard to model the turnout for midterm election. That's exactly right and fifty to forty four eight points is exactly where Democrats need to be right on the cusp of where they need to be to be able to say that they have a good shot at taking the majority. If you narrow it down to the battleground districts, you've got a five point edge. So that's where the majority is either going to be won or lost? And Democrats are are depending on groups that don't typically turn out in determine elections. Bottom line, George. They need them to devote. We're talking about younger voters. We're talking about non white voters right now, they're telling pollsters that they're likely to vote in unprecedented numbers. But that just hasn't been the history they need those folks show up Nate, let's educate voters a little bit on probability because we're all trying to learn lessons of two thousand sixteen. I think going into the two thousand sixteen election. Your forecast was actually lower than many others on projecting. Whether Hillary Clinton would win about seventy one percent, we learned that that wasn't a sure thing here you're up about eighty five percent for the Democrats taking the house. So just explained breakdown statistically what that means. So what are? Forecast accounts for is a chance that polls will be Ryan. And you see how big of a lead a party has and how much uncertainty there is in the forecast. The range about comes in the house is really wide our range which covers eighty percent of outcomes goes from on the low end about fifteen democratic pickups all the way up to the low to mid fifties. Fifty two or fifty three most of those are above twenty three which is how many seats they would need to take the house. But like, but no one should be surprised if they only win nineteen seats, and no one should be surprised if the if they win fifty one seats those are both extremely possible based on how accurate polls are in the real world, and one of the big X factors you've written about this year is unusually for midterms Democrats actually have a huge fundraising advantage in the final days. They have a fundraising advantage. And so one thing we don't know about is. There are lots and lots of districts on on the board where there are Republican incumbents in seats that are ordinarily safe. And they might not have been aware of the fact that you have a democrat who's raised twice as much money. Their voters are very enthusiastic they might be turning out voters who don't normally vote at midterms. So there are a lot. Republicans who will not be sleeping well tonight and tomorrow night. And that's why if Democrats beat their polls that can't happen. It happened in Virginia and the governor's race last year. Then we're talking about really big numbers. So both ends of that range the Republicans in the house and the D landslide. If you will. I mean, that's as good as we can do based on how accurate polls are in the real world broaden out the conversation a little bit one of the other unusual things about this election is the ferocity of President Trump's campaigning both in volume and what he's talking about it in the final days. Here's a little bit of what he's done in the last three days. Republicans want strong waters, no drugs, no gangs, and we want no caravans..

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Melania Trump addresses husband's alleged infidelities

Markley and Van Camp

01:23 min | 2 years ago

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

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"tom yomas" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tom yomas" Discussed on KSRO

"Hi, I'm Kevin Durant. And this is where the warriors won a championship sorrow Santa Rosa for days. ABC's? Eva pilgrim is in Fayetteville North Carolina responders and volunteers from all over the country going by boat to rescue families in their homes as this water reiver's officials tank. Hundreds are still trapped flooding already happening cars, nearly covered turning neighborhoods into lakes and with these relentless rains. The governor is warning people who have already evacuated at are in shelters to stay in place, saying the threat is still here in North Carolina twenty thousand people in shelters. The storm is being blamed now for eight deaths both in north and South Carolina and in South Carolina possible storm surge this hour in Myrtle Beach has residents on edge ABC's, Tom yomas there and says another concern will be inland flooding in the days to come. Thirty six hour event, endless rain. Or five rivers to the west Brian at right now, the all in the same area and area Georgetown, and they could all peak at record levels. That's not gonna happen today. It's not going to happen tomorrow. But it may happen later on in the week following the Senate confirmation hearing for supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh. He's now facing allegations from a woman accusing him of sexual misconduct from decades ago cavenaugh strongly denying those claims the New Yorker magazine reported back in July Feinstein had received a letter accusing Cavanaugh of sexual assault. The accuser reportedly claims that more than thirty years ago when Cavanaugh and she were high school students in Maryland, he had allegedly attempted to force himself on her at a party. And that she had escaped Cavanaugh is adamant that he has never done any such thing. Issuing a statement. I categorically and unequivocally denied this allegation. I did not do this back in high school or at any time..

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Cohen says he paid off women at Trump's direction

Brian Kilmeade

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

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

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Benchmark S&P 500 in longest bull-market run ever

Joe Pags

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

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

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Drake, President and Alma Rosa Manigault Newman discussed on Vince Coakley

Vince Coakley

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Drake, President and Alma Rosa Manigault Newman discussed on Vince Coakley

"President Trump this morning taken to the tweeter calling, former White House, a senior aide alma Rosa manigault Newman. Dog Trump reacting to her talking about the president's use of the word on the apprentice TV show back in the day, Tom yomas with more overnight. The president slamming the allegations, saying on Twitter, he spoke with the executive producer of the show, Mark Burnett call to save. There are no tapes of the apprentice were a use such a terrible and disgusting word as attributed by wacky and deranged alma Rosa. I don't have that word in my vocabulary and never have she made

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Zach, Donald Trump and Jamal discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

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

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"tom yomas" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"tom yomas" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"ABC news. I'm Todd at. Heavy rain in the eastern wildfires in the west shifting, wind gusts scorching heat. And bone, dry conditions still making things difficult for firefighters battling three major fires in. California ABC's Alec stone is in northern California with a car fire in some of these neighborhoods which are now gone residents had only a few minutes to pack what they could and to get out Frank Arianna. Lost everything, you know I. I keep I keep thinking of that book that Dante's inferno thing and and some of the, artwork Shane exactly that the firefighters continuing an intensity here is firefighters battled back flames to prevent any more homes from burning. Alex stone ABC news Redding California to firefighters killed in the. Blaze Thursday five hundred structures have been destroyed in the. Car fire the number expected. To rise you're semi valley won't be open to all visitors for another week because of a massive wildfire that's grown to nearly seventy two. Square miles you seventy national. Park says it won't reopen. Until, August third the National Transportation And Safety Board released information Friday from recorders on board, the duck boat that. Sank in, a storm last week near Branson Missouri the recordings from the video system. On board the duck boat show table rock lake was calm when the boat entered the late the night of July nineteenth but it turned to Whitecaps within ten minutes winds picked up the captain twice made calls. On his, hand held radio. And alarms began sounding on board minutes later water began covering the passenger compartment the recording ended, eight minutes after the Whitecaps began seventeen of the thirty one passengers on board the boat were killed Kent Martin ABC news. Saint Louis six women speaking out in a New Yorker expose. Describing sexual misconduct at the hands of CBS chairman and. CEO let's move this in. A statement CVS said that movers acknowledges trying to kiss her but that he denies any characterization of sexual assault intimidation or retaliatory action let's. ABC's Tom yomas reporting the. Dow lost seventy six points. This, is ABC news Message and data rates may apply please drive ever wonder, why European seem to speak so many languages maybe. It's because they use battle the number one selling language. Learning in Europe Babbel's award-winning technology gets you speaking right away whether you're learning. Spanish French or German, in, best of all, you'll remember, what you've learned I always thought I was, bad at languages but after using babble I can tell you I. Was just taught the wrong way using Babbel's ten to fifteen minute lessons you can, be speaking confidently in your new language within weeks I was amazed that..

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1,800 children reunited with parents, sponsors by deadline, government says

The Savage Nation

01:27 min | 2 years ago

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.

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Trump and Putin to hold first summit

24 Hour News

02:31 min | 2 years ago

Trump and Putin to hold first summit

"The house rejecting the gop's second attempt to the bill wednesday more from correspondent tom yomas was a piece of legislation many called a compromise bill it's a big defeat for certain republicans and we were actually hiking across this extreme territory near the mexican border with customs and border patrol agents and the commissioner when he received this news he expressed frustration saying congress needed to pass this bill it could have been the first step in try trying to fix it immigration immigrants in detention you're facing deportation hearings here in the city i'll have to do those hearings through video audio conferencing instead of being brought in person to judges courtroom this after a sudden decision by us immigration and customs enforcement people unhappy about this the chain spurring criticism from attorneys who represented teamed immigrant new yorkers who say it's a direct attack on their clients rights in that ice needs to go back to inperson hearings the attorneys say isis using the presence of a protest group that recently blocked at entrance in nonviolent demonstration as a pretext to curtail immigrant's rights wins news time to forty nine nypd held the gang awareness meeting in the bronx last night she feels her neighborhood is falling apart to make a has three kids two of them are teens she's afraid every time they leave home gang members and everybody has taken over and the senior an elderly scared to walk out of here and it's not a lot of cops around at jamaica under kids among those packed in this community center to hear from the commander of the bronx game unit got an ego pinkus off educate the kids in the family members about how to stay away from the gang activities then gang life afterwards glenys says the meeting made her feel just a bit less afraid for their field but uncountable for the child's algerians ten ten wins in belmont the bronx wins news time to fifty president trump and vladimir putin they've agreed on the details for holding their first official summit aspen came after white house national security adviser john bolton met with the russian president have the kremlin at a news conference in moscow after meeting with vladimir putin white house national security adviser john bolton confirmed the president donald trump and putin have agreed a time and a place for that i if summit the location and dates won't be announced 'til thursday though the two presidents have met twice before on the sidelines of international forums but this will be the first official bilateral summit felton said he didn't expect to the meeting would produce any specific outcomes it was a good idea for the two leaders to talk given the current state of relations correspondent patrick valley in moscow wins news time to.

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Trump and Putin agree to a summit in hopes of soothing U.S.-Russia tensions

24 Hour News

02:31 min | 2 years ago

Trump and Putin agree to a summit in hopes of soothing U.S.-Russia tensions

"The house rejecting the gop's second attempt to the bill wednesday more from correspondent tom yomas was a piece of legislation many called a compromise bill it's a big defeat for certain republicans and we were actually hiking across this extreme territory near the mexican border with customs and border patrol agents and the commissioner when he received this news he expressed frustration saying congress needed to pass this bill it could have been the first step in try trying to fix it immigration immigrants in detention you're facing deportation hearings here in the city i'll have to do those hearings through video audio conferencing instead of being brought in person to judges courtroom this after a sudden decision by us immigration and customs enforcement people unhappy about this the chain spurring criticism from attorneys who represented teamed immigrant new yorkers who say it's a direct attack on their clients rights in that ice needs to go back to inperson hearings the attorneys say isis using the presence of a protest group that recently blocked at entrance in nonviolent demonstration as a pretext to curtail immigrant's rights wins news time to forty nine nypd held the gang awareness meeting in the bronx last night she feels her neighborhood is falling apart to make a has three kids two of them are teens she's afraid every time they leave home gang members and everybody has taken over and the senior an elderly scared to walk out of here and it's not a lot of cops around at jamaica under kids among those packed in this community center to hear from the commander of the bronx game unit got an ego pinkus off educate the kids in the family members about how to stay away from the gang activities then gang life afterwards glenys says the meeting made her feel just a bit less afraid for their field but uncountable for the child's algerians ten ten wins in belmont the bronx wins news time to fifty president trump and vladimir putin they've agreed on the details for holding their first official summit aspen came after white house national security adviser john bolton met with the russian president have the kremlin at a news conference in moscow after meeting with vladimir putin white house national security adviser john bolton confirmed the president donald trump and putin have agreed a time and a place for that i if summit the location and dates won't be announced 'til thursday though the two presidents have met twice before on the sidelines of international forums but this will be the first official bilateral summit felton said he didn't expect to the meeting would produce any specific outcomes it was a good idea for the two leaders to talk given the current state of relations correspondent patrick valley in moscow wins news time to.

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"tom yomas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"tom yomas" Discussed on KOMO

"Savvy seniors are on the money the government will not call for your personal information and you never have to pay for a new car third scam creates fear about medicare benefits because of the new medicare card system your medicare benefits might be interrupted a bit it should not affect your benefits at all my new friends are concerned that many seniors camp spot the scams which a lot of senior citizens don't know what they should be doing and if you're new to medicare like don hill i'm just applying for my benefits your especially vulnerable so a little bit confusing i'm not fluent in the system so no matter what anyone tells you about medicare will go to some source knows all medicare social security always go to the official medicare website to verify finally a bit of senior wisdom about the scammers because they make a lot of turtles scumbags and they're looking for people that have dementia or alzheimer's and go know any better and it's they should be left up and put away and throw away the key and feed them and don't feed them she says the new medicare cards are being mailed out in phases through next april cards for people here in washington should hit the male next month i'm told there should be going out late june so watch for those and like they said just say no hang up the phone graduation day it's a special time for any student but for one boston area student it'll be a day he and his family never forget here's abc's tom yomas just south of boston at.

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"tom yomas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tom yomas" Discussed on KOMO

"Give some personal information to verify no never these savvy seniors are on the money the government will not call for your personal information and you never have to pay for a new car third scam creates fear about medicare benefits because of new medicare card system your medicare benefits might be interrupted a bit it should not affect your benefits at all my new friends are concerned that many seniors camp spot the scams which a lot of senior citizens don't know what they should be doing and if you're new to medicare like don hill i'm just applying for my benefits your especially vulnerable so a little bit confusing i'm not fluent in the system so no matter what anyone tells you about medicare will go to some source that knows all medicare social security always go to the official medicare website to verify finally a bit of senior wisdom about the scammers because they make a lot of neartotal scumbags and they're looking for people that have dementia or alzheimer's and go now any better and it's they should be left up and put away and throw away the key and feed them and don't feed them she says the new medicare cards are being mailed out in phases through next april cards for people here in washington should hit the male next month until this should be going out late june so watch for those and like they said just no hang up the phone graduation day it's a special time for any student but for one boston areas student it'll be a day he and his family never forget here's abc's tom yomas.

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"tom yomas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"tom yomas" Discussed on KOMO

"A medicare scam quiz true or false the cards have that's totally false no no no you have to give some personal information to verify no never these savvy seniors are on the money the government will not call for your personal information and you never have to pay for a new car authored scam creates fear about medicare benefit because of the new medicare card system your medicare benefits might be interrupted a bit it should not affect your benefits at all my new friends are concerned that many seniors camp spot the scams with a lot of senior citizens don't know what they should be doing and if you're new to medicare like don hill i'm just applying for my benefits your especially vulnerable so a little bit confusing i'm not fluent in the system so no matter what anyone tells you about medicare will go to some source that knows all medicare social security always go to the official medicare website to verify finally a bit of senior wisdom about the scammers because they make a lot of neartotal scumbags and they're looking for people that have dementia or alzheimer's and go no any better and it's they should be locked up and put away and throw away the key and feed them and don't feed them she says the new medicare cards are being mailed out in phases through next april cards for people here in washington should hit the male next month i'm told there should be going out late june so watch for those and like they said justin no hang up the phone graduation day it's a special time for any student but for one boston areas dude and it'll be a day he and his family never forget here's abc's tom yomas just south of boston.

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"tom yomas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"tom yomas" Discussed on KOMO

"Cohen with questions growing about millions paid to his shell company by businesses looking to work with the trump administration we get more from abc's tom yomas the treasury department launching an investigation into the possibility financial records tied to the president's personal attorney michael cohen may have been illegally cohen responding to questions about stormy daniels attorney mike lava nadi who posted some financial details about a company coen started shortly before the election essential consultants avi nadia legis cohen 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 alleged action into twenty 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 pay to get quote insights into understanding the new administration format 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 muller team abc's tom yomas komo news time six twenty four les traffic now with marina rockinger well it's rough eastbound five twenty from northeast fifty i to redmond way westbound you'll find some slow downs at one twenty four th and then it's still struggling across lake washington from about one hundred fourth avenue northeast as you head across the water to montlake i ninety s looking good now both directions southbound four zero five struggling in bellevue from northeast eight th to coal creek parkway northbound is still rough from five twenty as you head up to about one hundred sixteenth southbound i five slow go from lake city way into downtown seattle in tacoma we're still gonna find some slowdowns briefly at the tacoma dome federal way you'll find it heavy from highway eighteen down the five curves southbound one six seven that's a struggle from about ellington as you head down into sumner and cross the puyallup river this look at traffic is brought to you by train heating and air it's hard to stop a train and you can't stop the savings save upto thousand dollars on a new train heating and cooling system with trade and allowance visit trainzone dot com for details next komo traffic at six thirty four komo forecast sunny and.

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"tom yomas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"tom yomas" Discussed on KOMO

"And komonews dot com don blankenship couldn't overcome opposition from president donald trump and pressures from within his own party to capture republican us senate primary in west virginia abc's tom yomas republican leaders of voiding what they feared could be a catastrophe baron don blankenship losing in the west virginia senate primary right now it doesn't look good overnight blake and ship conceding he ran as an outsider taking on the establishment including senate majority leader mitch mcconnell one of my goals is us senator will be to ditch cocaine mitch vote for me you're voting for the sake of the kids the cocaine mitch reference a claim that a ship connected to mr mccall's fatherinlaw was found with smuggle drugs postelection mcconnell firing back with this humorous tweet mcconnell reimagined as pablo escobar for the tv show narcos with the message thanks for playing don blankenship had also been accused of race baiting when he attacked mcconnell's wife transportation secretary elaine chao in another campaign at war captain mitch mcconnell has created millions of jobs for china people while doing so mitch has gotten rich in fact is china family has given him tens of millions of dollars during abc's live digital coverage i asked him about his use of the china people and how some asian americans were offended but why not apologize do apologize to anybody that's legitimately offended but i don't believe that the politicians are legitimately offended blankenship did win one way his parole ended yesterday he served a year in prison in connection with that mineexplosion where twenty nine miners died throughout this campaign blankenship blamed the federal government for that accident come november senator joe manchin the incumbent democrat will take on the republican here patrick morsi yes there's a volcano erupting but ninety nine percent of hawaii is unaffected komo's brian calvert joins us with a member of the big island business community and his efforts to deal with eruptions evacuations and cancer relations when dell bought off took over the reins at volcano winery he knew he had something special i he was next door to the biggest attraction on the big island vile and a half golden not only kill away his neighbor he's the only winery on the.

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"tom yomas" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"tom yomas" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Wins news time at twelve forty two the plot thickens in the stormy daniels case with the president's now attorney former mayor rudy giuliani telling fox and friends the donald trump did indeed know about the one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment made to the porn star by trump lawyer michael cohen and not only that giuliani says mr trump paid cohen back in thirty five thousand dollars monthly installments correspondent tom yomas reports the reaction was swift from daniels lawyer door sales attorney seizing on the bump show interview i don't care where you line up you should be disgusted by what has happened in connection with the lies that you have been told over the last three months about this payment the justice department and the federal election commission already looking into how the payment was handled but giuliani adamant no major crimes were committed in fact giuliani accused daniels and michael avenue shady activity what we've been saying from the beginning with the campaign with a personal matter it proves that their stick up artists i don't believe he was the attorney back now so he's trying to make up for what he thinks he's trying to make money hundred turned out when you look at it they figured they should have gotten a lot more than hundred thirty five thousand i should be in the seven figures and this guy what you're going gonna give up his one third of it i doubt the payment to cohen would have had to be disclosed to the federal election commission if it were an election related expense in tweets today the president insisted it had nothing to do with the campaign what he did not address was his statement to reporters on apr fifth aboard air force one when he was asked directly whether he knew about the payment or where the money came from and he said no wins news time at twelve four it's almost summertime.

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"tom yomas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"tom yomas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Yes he did david and the white house tells us today that despite what the president said today publicly tonight the president is planning to fight back a senior official tells me that jackson getting railroaded and that his record is impeccable david the white house says the jackson has a clean bill of healthier and that he has no plans to withdraw his nomination david mary bruce following the developments on the hill mary thank you we turn next year to that deadly van attack in toronto the driver appearing to intentionally strike victims on the sidewalks and the streets there the crime scene nearly a mile and a half long tonight what investigators are now learning about the drivers possible motive abc's chief national correspondent tom yomas in toronto again tonight the chilling new video of van turned into a killing machine burling down the toronto sidewalk plowing into pedestrians and tonight as investigators scour the scene a troubling portrait emerging of a man behind the wheel twentyfiveyearold alec manashian accused is alleged to have posted a cryptic message on facebook minutes before he began driving the rented van that message including these words all hill supreme gentlemen elliot roger roger killed six people in twenty fourteen rampage near santa barbara he recorded selfie videos lashing out at women can you at least say if the suspect was frustrated with his relationships with women again because that's part of the evidence that's going to be part of our investigation but police say the injured victims were predominantly women ranging from their twenties to their eighties thus ula the bully almost became one of them herself you were walking on the street and you're friendly had to pull you out of the way of the van i just remember just being pulled away into the direction and then he accelerated and hit the lady and all i can envision as that vivid image of the lady being on top of his hood and then being thrown to the ground and then he ran over her as he plowed to to the crowd menasian now charged with ten counts of murder and thirteen counts of attempted murder outside port his father emotional he didn't say much but the look on his face set it all you were crying in court smith toes with your field.

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