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"tonette walker" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:40 min | 2 months ago

"tonette walker" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City, and President. Trump's attorney who is at the center of the Hunter Biden scandal will give us the very latest on what it is that's going on. We now know the FBI is at an open investigation since 2019 into Hunter Biden and we're just now hearing about it. Today. Interestingly enough, nobody in the media has seen fit. A report on this. In fact, there's still not report there still. Maur interested that about Rudy Giuliani appearing in the Borat movie, then they are about rather obvious corruption involving the former vice president and potential future president of the United States. Also in the 10 o'clock hour. You're not gonna want to miss this. I've crunched the numbers that Wisconsin is seeing an early voting. And it is telling a dramatically different picture than every single poll of this state. Trust me. You don't want to miss this. By the way, Phone lines are always open. It is Friday, but it's not open line Friday, because here on the Dan O'Donnell show it's open line every day. As always. If you want to debate me, you go right to the front of the line. You get a minute I get a minute you get 30 seconds. I get 30 seconds. Make your point Make it clearly concisely and we will have a debate for 14799 11, 30 AC unit mortgage talk and text line. I always want to hear from you Ladies and gentlemen from across Wisconsin from across the country 1, 808 389476 and other interesting phenomenon as this show is growing, not just across the state Also across the country. I can't tell you how many people I have heard. Listen to this program from Colorado. We've got a loyal listener, Richard. I believe listening in Colorado. We've got listeners all over Florida, Arizona, North Carolina. It's just great to hear from all of you. Email. D o d at I heart media dot com At Dan O'Donnell Show on Twitter, facebook dot com slash dan O'Donnell Show. I accept tips, Questions, comments everything. As always. I don't have time, especially In the middle of an election to replied everybody, but rest assured, I read every single thing that gets sent to me. Which takes a lot of time in and of itself. Let's just say I do a lot of deleting for all of the spam emails and campaign press release is that I get, but I do want to hear from you. And we do try to weave in phone calls throughout the program today, also how bizarre we will have forgotten history at some 0.1 of my favorite stories from American history, the forgotten history of the sunken Ship's last night I reported exclusively until I realized that my friend and colleague Mark Belling was reporting the exact same story. It's remarkable how Belling and I seem to be the only investigative reporters left in Wisconsin because we seem to be the only ones who get these stories. Jay does as well. And so does Vicki. Talk radio, though, is where you're going to hear this that Joe Biden we knew was coming to Milwaukee. We knew he was going to be in Wisconsin today. We didn't know where. I was actually at an event great event by the way for adult in teen challenge. It was their annual banquet Governor Scott Walker. First lady Tonette Walker, where they're just a wonderful, wonderful event out in Brookfield. And I started getting Tips from trusted sources that Biden was going toe hold not just a rally in Milwaukee, but a rally it Mitchell International Airport at a M flight Milwaukee, which is apparently a fueling company on the northern part of the grounds. And that the airport was totally fine with this Now, you might recall that last week, President Trump's rally was originally scheduled to be at Mitchell International Airport. It eventually had to be moved to Walkinshaw County Airport because Mitchell International said Nope. Nope. Nope. Can't do it can't do it. This was going to be at a company called Freight Runners Express, which is a private company with its own hanger on the grounds of Mitchell International Airport. Now there were a number of different excuses that were given for why freight runners couldn't have this event. The owner of the company, the CEO chip's ends Said shortly after we signed the contract. We have all the campaign people show up in droves to look at our side and to start coordinating It seems highly partisan to cancel, considering that our ramp was already vetted and was supposed to be used for the Democratic Convention. The initial excuse the airport gave Mark Belling was that there were going to be protesters there so because this would disrupt airport operations with all the protesters and security and all this, we just couldn't allow it. This was not true. Because they gave a completely different excuse to today's T. M J four. A spokesman for County Executive David Crowley, and the county executive's office runs the airport is a Milwaukee County property. Said in a statement. The airport director notified attendant that holding any large special event that is non aeronautical in nature would be a violation of its least with Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport and would be in violation of the city of Milwaukee limit on public gatherings. This also was proven to be a demonstrably lie almost exactly 20 years ago to the day November, 5th 2000 L Gor, then the Democratic candidate for president held an event. At Mitchell International Airport, 12 years to the day after that, the night before the election in 2012 Wisconsin zone, Paul Ryan, then Mitt Romney's running mate, the Republican candidate for president held a rally at Mitchell International. Airport. A source contacted me to say there is nothing in the airport leases that prohibit any kind of gatherings as per previous political gatherings during the past 15 ish years. It's also important to note that the airport was going to allow protesters to gather at the airport during the DNC. Now, after this took place after all of this happened, I was able to in a rather backhanded way proved that David Crowley, Milwaukee's county executive, just didn't want a whole bunch of Trump supporters didn't want Donald Trump in his county. How in a Democratic Party of Wisconsin virtual press conference literally The next day. The day that trumps rally took place in Walkinshaw..

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"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Twenty seven thousand people, and here's why the flames did not stop putting everything. To the ground. The grim toll only now emerging officials located at least five victims all found inside of their cars trapped by the fire that ripped through this town. Fire officials say that more than one hundred fifty homes have been consumed by wildfires in southern California. Two hundred fifty thousand people are under mandatory evacuation orders. Casey, AL TV reporter mckell Geely is in Malibu that entire city is under an evacuation. Order. A lot of these homes do have good brush clearance. But that in many cases, doesn't really seem to matter with this fire because they're spot. Fires. That are started everywhere. As a result of the heavy wind and embers chunks of burning debris flying through the air landing on roofs and trees and so on and arrest has been made in connection with a theft from a local religious shrine here. Valentine of Hubertus was allegedly stealing money from holy hill. In the town of Aaron the Washington county sheriff's department says they began investigating after reports surfaced. Valentine stealing money, while sorting and counting cash with other volunteers. He was eventually caught in the act Valentine estimates. He's still in fifty thousand dollars, although the number could be higher. He's been charged with two counts of theft, which are class g felonies. Jane, Matenaer, WTMJ news. Wisconsin's first lady making her first public appearance after Tuesday's election Tonette. Walker took time to speak and take part in a question and answer session at the Medical College of Wisconsin regarding opioid addiction and child trauma. The first question asked her was regarding government policies. Her response. Then..

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"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Whoa. Better. Now. And seriously when we got up and we were walking away they were actually marching down the street already with their gong. They love their little song in Madison. So I was like, yeah. I'm going home. I wanna ask you about something. You're very passionate about trauma, informed care. You've been very vocal about that. Milwaukee is one of those cities that suffers greatly from childhood trauma. What is currently being done around the state to raise awareness about toxic stress in adverse childhood experiences. Yes, there are so many good things being done on trauma, informed care. It's really a movement all over the country. So it's nice to see this really moving forward. We've been at this since Scott, and I've been at this together since twenty eleven and we've been fortunate enough to be able to train seven state agencies on trauma informed care, which is really key to the way that we're gonna look in treat children and families as we move forward in in Wisconsin. And so I know that this year about six months ago, the Marquette university got involved, which is going to be huge. Obviously, the levels can really move the needle on trauma, informed care. But I got no matter what happens on Tuesday. It's not going away. Right. That's going to be passed. I've been able to have a resolution in the Senate and the house in federal government. We've been able to do that. We've been able to really kind of just bring awareness to something. That's so simple. Right. Governor Scott Walker and first lady Tonette Walker with us in the studio governor in recent months, a handful of your former cabinet secretaries have had not very nice things to say about you. What is your reaction to once trusted advisers breaking bad on your right before the election? You know, the interesting thing about this is that I for years, even when I was here at the county put a pretty diverse group of people together. And so people that don't always share my political beliefs. I've I had a cabinet member for some time. It was a strong advocate for a fairly large increase in the in the gas tax, but I made a pledge to the voters years ago, I was going to raise their overall tax burden. And so I kept that promise, but he was an advocate for that. I didn't put him out because of that. That was I think it's helpful to have a diverse set of pins. I even years ago actually had a staffer with me four years ago who worked for Joe Lieberman. Of course, ran with Al Gore back in two thousand into the county had a lot of folks who work for Democrats in the past. I think it's healthy to have a variety of different opinions out there. I I would just ask the voters as they make their decision between now and Tuesday to look at the facts. But look at our results said more people working there before eight consecutive months, a record low unemployment more this last budget more invested in public education than ever before in the history of the. Germs actual dollars. And even Tony my opponent called it appropriate budget. So you look on issue after issue after issue and we got a game plan. We we're not satisfied with just where we're at. We've got a plan that connect more students to careers to keep our graduates here in the state. I mean, simple things like keeping any graduate a two year four to year or more college university, and we wanna give them five thousand dollars in tax credits. If they stay and work in the state of Wisconsin for the next five years good things happening in the horizon, will you serve a full term unequivocally. If you're reelected here for four years four years and this question asked before this'll be our last term, but we plan on being here the whole time, I love being governor. That's one of the things I learned the last several years more than anything is that there's no better job in America, particularly in the American government than being governor. You can get real things done for people every single day. So I love traveling the state, you know, my is love attack me on that too. I don't I love being here Milwaukee. But I love being Marinette and in superior in Hudson where I was just at the other day. I I think people want to see their elected. Officials particularly their governor Tonette do you like to campaign or is it a necessary evil? I don't say that I like to campaign, but when I'm left behind at home, then I'm like worried about like what's going on. So I'm kind of like I want to go, but I don't want to go. And so I'll stay home a few days, and then go a few days. And then I have to take a break. I could I could never do what Scott does from morning till night. I like I have a limit. And he knows what my limit is. And then I'm done. But but one of the things you've said this before hundred you'll like the people just the grind the day in and day out the long hours in that. But the people on the state are wonderful. They're great that is. Yeah, I would have to admit that that is one of the great things. A little fun on. So on Saturday night. We were one of our last officers the Neal's Ville, we're gonna drive to also stay overnight. We got about two hundred people at a wall places of bowling alley. It was I think it was national American beer day. And so we looked at each other. And we said we're gonna stand bowl. And so we all the couple of French. She's she's a mutt. Butterball with everybody watching you got a couple of years, we had a basket. It's us Kurds. And and we had a disco ball right of our land. So you can't make this stuff up. Governor Scott Walker and first lady tone net. Walker? Thank you so much for spending some time with us. Exer- pleasure. Great to be with you. We have as Tony Evert to join us as well. In the studio have not heard back on that. It is four twenty four WTMJ. Let's do news about your money. It's Matthew Testa with the WTMJ, Drake and associates market update. US stocks rise today as comments from President Donald Trump gives investors hope that the US is ready to reach a trade deal with China. The Dow Jones industrial average it's four hundred thirty one points as Goldman Sachs McDonald's and bullying all outperform while the s&p five hundred gains one point five seven percent and the tech heavy. Nasdaq composite rises one point five eight percent comments from President Trump during an interview late Monday night about his readiness for a deal with China is helping to boost investor sentiment. Although President Trump has not indicated that any agreement is imminent. The consumer confidence index rises to a Mark of one thirty seven point nine its highest level since two thousand driven primarily by a hot labor market and strong economic growth in corporate news Coca-Cola shares rise two and a half percent after reporting third quarter earnings. That top analysts estimates while shares of General Electric, eight point seven percent after it slashes its dividend or reports disappointing third quarter results and under armor share surged twenty four point seven percent after the company announced his third quarter earnings and revenue that beat.

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"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"He's someone I can talk to I know a staff, I know his team rarely do I directly talk to the president. But but on big issues like this. We have in the past, and I know the rest of his team Sonny Perdue act secretary is a former governor Wilbur Ross secretary of commerce. I know well, it's it's really important to have connections personal connections to make the case on behalf of the people of Wisconsin. The president is the wildcard in American politics is he helpful and detrimental depending on the day, depending on what he tweets depending on how we act or what he says. Well, I mean in the end as I point out, it's important to be able to have an outlet to advocate for the people. Whether it's another good example under ObamaCare this year, individual market premiums. Go up forty four percent. We gotta do something about it. Forty four percent. One woman up in Green Bay told me your premiums earlier. We're going up almost two thousand dollars. We passed a plan actually got Democrats and Republicans. Do it healthcare premiums are going to go down starting in January by over four percent about ten percent from where they're headed. We needed the Trump administration, the San we wouldn't have probably got that before. So on things like that. I make the case that you don't always have to greet with everything the president says or to your point tweets to be able to have a relationship that you can advocate for in the end voters are going to vote for me or Tony givers based upon who's going to be governor. I argue it boils down to this. Do you want higher? Do you want more jobs and higher wages or do you want more spending and higher taxes? If you want higher taxes, and fewer jobs and more spending each vote for years, if you want more jobs, and you want higher wages overall. Then you smoked for me. Governor Scott Walker's with us owes Tonette Walker live in the studio for about another ten minutes. First lady, do you read what people post on Facebook on Twitter? I know it's easy to say. I don't read that. I don't pay attention to it do you or people make you aware of some of the things I'd say ninety percent of the time. I don't ever read them. But every now, and then I just can't help myself. It's like it's like something like just draws you to it. Know that trust Latorre on you. And you should not read the comments. But of course, I occasionally will. And then that's where I always go to him and say, look, look what they save done. Look what you're doing to the state. And then he'll always say, we'll wait a minute. I'm not doing anything to the state. You know that kind of thing. So yeah, I try not to people will tell me though. I just was there was an article on Sunday. I missed it in the paper because we were on the bus trip. And then someone said, oh, you got to see this article. So yeah. People love to tell me about the things out there. I stopped doing about five years ago. That's kind of hard that's hard to read. It is hard. Oh, totally. But you know, the example, I stopped. That's funny because she'll sometimes say, oh, Mike. Why do you read the stuff, but I was commenting on a guy who used to run the Milwaukee office for Jim Thome, and I was going executive. We got to know him really nice guy interacting with stuff. And unfortunately, he had passed away was young in the forty s I believe it was kidney failure. If I remember. Anyway, I tweeted about it. I just said this is a nice guy sad to hear that. And after a few comments on it people. Just started trashing me and do their credit a few Democrats who were watching sit come on. I mean, my God, this is a democrat. He liked and I just said if people we're going to take you over that. Well, the worst this year though is tonight, and I were filling sandbags in Madison and a guy came in protest at us. And they're just like. It was awful. And to be honest with you, I was almost I was on my last nerve to be honest with you because it was ninety five degrees out. We had been out since eight o'clock in the morning. It was about eleven o'clock. I had been like oh my gosh. They're fifty pounds. And as I'm filling the sand bags. I'm seeing all the people in the neighborhood out in the park. They're walking their dogs. They're doing all this stuff and seriously within like ten minutes of being there, and we had a good morning with another community there gained county. So that was good. But when we came over there, he was there with his sign, and he and I normally always keep my mouth shut always seriously loudly saying things like, gee, I wish someone would help his neighbor fill sandbags. Right. So there is some stuff that I just wanna show about ten times more examples of people, regardless of their party or the political beliefs are just good decent people, and they can disagree with you in some cases. But overall. The good news is many more positive stories in stories. So governor do you ever do take her elbow and kind of say come on?.

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"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In one of the challenges. I think. It's more than just last year's even with social media. And I think that's one of the challenges as great as it is to stay connected and also people tend to say and do things they would never say in person that they'll say on Twitter, Facebook or elsewhere, anybody outside of politics or not. But I think not just my dad, my mom, one of the things I'm most appreciative from my parents is eight-odd is to look out for other people. They taught us to stand up for what we believe in. So we definitely do that we've Tonet and I've tried to do their son. But they also taught us to respect people to respect people, regardless of their beliefs, whether it's political religious or otherwise, and that's the biggest thing missing. And I think it's something we need to respect is something we all need involved in. But it starts at home and starts not just talking about it, but modeling and Tonet, and I've tried to do that with matinee Alex are two sons governor Walker you mentioned in previous interviews that if we elected as governor for third term, it would be your last and why three terms for the limit for you. And what emissions? Do you have a after that potential third term? Well, denial Africa for like, we'll be happy just to get past week. Not know what the future might hold. But really for us tonight. We really did talk and pray a lot about this. First term was all about jobs current term now more people working ever before we're really focused on educating and training, the workforce. It's why we put forget for more money in the schools than ever before. It wasn't just for student success was because every day I hear from employers say I got jobs, I just needed enough people to fill those jobs and now in the third time, I just wanted to grow. I want to finish the job off. I want to finish what we started together and grow the workforce that means keeping our graduates here that means making sure every student graduates, and it means attracting new people we've been out recruiting millennials from across the midwest. We've been out bringing alumni back home one of the coolest things we're doing is actually going to sixteen over military bases to recruit active duty military personnel and their families about to retire because we're the number one state in America for veterans benefits. So that for me is really kind of finishing the job off. We've talked about it twelve years enough time to do anything. And then who knows what God's plan. For both of us after that governor Scott Walker and first lady Tonette Walker with us in the studio tonight. I wanna ask you about the campaign candidate dovetail. What I what I ask the governor about how tough is the campaign on you. How tough is the campaign on your children when it's his nasty is it's been. Yeah. It's it's a hard. I think it is the worst campaign that we've ever been through and people will say even compared to the recall, and I I have to admit the recall is bad. Afternoon But somehow, WTMJ's. it just doesn't Greg seem Matic as has the details bad as on this a couple because of Packers of all trades of the Packers running news back time a Gummer and is the now Twitter property and of the the Baltimore tweets Ravens. and Packers moving all that Montgomery business ensure in exchange it was around for a seventh when round we were going draft through pick act in twenty ten, twenty but I don't also I today don't remember safety it. But it's ha ha Clinton it's Dix been tough. sent to Washington And for a fourth you round know, pick we're tough in exclusive we've always been conversation tough. You Clinton know, we've Dix been shares through this before. with me So his feelings on the move. it'll be glad when it's over. A I'll couple be glad when of it's minutes. over. And I think our boys will be Talking to about this opportunity one of the things that's interesting about new that. I Because the start other night and I'm on ready to go the to work. debate questions We'll have more was about. sports coming up at four Some fifteen of the awful things Joe that Biden, have happened it's something last week, for and democratic this was before gubernatorial the candidate horrific Tony tragedy is in Milwaukee in right Pittsburgh. now. Former But vice I president's said message I highlighting clearly spoke the need out for on decency Wednesday and said in that the country. an attack You all against know in any your American gut. is an attack in several You all American know, knowing the and gut that there something we need different to stand about up this against year's terrorism. election Whether it's foreigner nationwide. domestic and everyone needs to speak out about it. I think And we're in the battle for the we soul kind of America. unfortunately, not at the level that when people going through this last week, Governor but Walker years and first ago, lady I remember Tonet tonight Walker both will be had joining death us threats live in our the studio kids, we're targeting at four Facebook, O five my elderly braid parents, of national you ask political about figures isn't a surprise used to to live many in her experts home Lolotoe was says politics well, dot and coms. I Jeff remember mayors a tells mob of Wisconsin's people taking morning over news, the it's street testament in front of our house to and the sixty impact eighth street President while tosa, Trump will have and on these it midterms was pretty awful back. Trump's Then not and on the ballot. But he's much making of my surprise, it clear really a vote not a lot for of people Walker at least and on loop the other near side. They all talked arbiter about it. But the good him. news is So we got past would that be enough of the motivating week. After factor the recall, for those I of listened voters to Tonet wisely that do often, I still and she think said it's an open you question. need to bring But people Republicans together over food. I So think we had need that. we had brought sin, burgers and beer, and As we brought the the democrat race themselves. Republican Mayor lawmakers says he thinks and families the governor's together, race is too and close that was to the call start the final of just Marquette kind of university getting back law socializing school poll will together. be released We'll be tomorrow able to get coming past up this governor election Scott as well. Walker and And first I think do lady some of Tonet the same things. Walker. Join us Are live you disappointed in the studio. in WTMJ the tone of the rhetoric? news Are time you disappointed four zero three. that when you look at commercials that are being run All and right. your They campaign are here. run Just some like of that. them many It run against is governor you as Scott well Walker. that It is there's first so lady much negativity. Tonette Walker. Thank I you think so part much for of spending the some time part with of it us is you this get afternoon. all these outside groups. I mean, Tony, and I All right. worked So I together guess let's and things start like with what the was just in the report news cards, that we get the along. final Personally, Marquette poll comes you're out the tomorrow. differences. But the We last talk poll about showed you know, the that difference this race between is should within we raise the margin taxes of error or not what we should do governor. here or there. I know How you've much said we should from spend. the beginning. But I it's heard really you say substantively a year based ago almost that unfortunately, you expected the this attack race to be the toughest from outside of one your of the political best career. ads. I've gotten responses Why from is amazing that with the as economy it is is roaring the with my mom. with the Yeah. state My of the mom, state? and I just talk, you know, she's Why talking about is her cancer. it And actually as that close toss is as one it of is the most offensive a little bit things of that Tonette a lot of has our supporters to that's a suggests type one that diabetic. and that was what worried me She's early got a on pump. She a year shows and a people half all ago the time almost talking now about Tonet it. nine others The have talked about world complacency that people say sharing more that. people working than ever before We think our about schools that. My mom, continued you to be know, some two of the years best ago almost in the to nation. the day went through breast cancer surgery. My brother who's younger than me, but he's got a heart condition and it just so frustrating to me when people talk about attacks on pre existing conditions. My god. Of course, I'm gonna cover people. I've got people like that my family just like most of your listeners have that. Governor you signed a manufacturing and agriculture tax credit into law this year, which wipes out almost all of income tax Bill for manufacturers and farmers. How important is that tax credit for Wisconsin nights in those fields due to the economic impact of President Trump's tariffs on Wisconsin products? Well, if you would take it away, which what my point and wants to do it'd be a huge hit. I've been today was in multiple places just at something here, Milwaukee, but was an Oshkosh and Green Bay before I wasn't manufacturers who think a lot of people sometimes outside of a small businesses don't understand that the most businesses in the state or small businesses most businesses, they're small don't pay corporate taxes. They pay. A vigil tax. So in my point it says, well, we'll take this away, but only will limit to this income level. Most small businesses particularly manufacturing take almost all their earnings and plough them right back into equipment. That's how we've grown. They're of last this past year loan where the second fastest growing state in the nation in terms of new manufacturing jobs. If you start taxing manufacturers at a higher rate again that'll cost us jobs and my goodness farmers of any size. I mean, the farm economy. Our farmers are just getting killed in global economy long before any discussion about tariffs that's been dairy farmers in particular. And so we we need to keep their tax burden down to allow those dollars to go back into it's a farmer with a new grain. Ben like, I've heard some talk about the museum the tax credit with or manufacturers, you, you know, new equipment that hires people to critically important a big difference. Tony's taxes I believe on on manufacturers and farmers, but on property tax payers and a gas tax increase will cost us jobs. I want to ask you about farmers in about. Some of that eighty nine percent of Wisconsin milk is used for cheese. A lot of that ends up in Mexico. Some of it ends up overseas in Europe, those are areas that are now being impacted negatively by the president's trade policies, what should happen here. What do you? Tell those farmers when you travel the state well a couple of things one. Thank goodness. We congress has got to prove this. But thank goodness. The president went forward on this trade deal with Canada, and Mexico that helps us particularly cheese, and they were got rid of what's called geographical indications being you could only do certain types of cheese in certain areas on Canada year and a half ago. I remember when the president was down at snap on tools, April twenty seventeen a few weeks before grassland one of our melt processes head cut off over fifty of our dairy farmers because Canadian trade practices. I went to the president said we gotta do some about that you guys got to step in and do something about it view back when they introduced the new deal with the trade deal with. Canada Mexico, president called me up. And he said, we waited out to the very end to make sure Wisconsin's dairy farmers had a win out of all this. That is why it's important that I have a connection. I I don't have to greet the president everything to be able to get things done for the people to state, and those are good examples. I want to have more examples like that. Whether it's with Europe or other parts around the world, we got to open up more markets to help her firm. How often do you talk to the president? Every once in a while if I if I want to get a hold of somebody call the vice president, the vice-president former governors or he's a former governor former governor after next week, but Mike Pence, and I I've known each other for years..

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"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Wisconsin today stumping on behalf of democratic gubernatorial candidate, Tony and Senator Tammy Baldwin during a stop in Madison, Biden decried the rhetoric taking place in politics. Assures explosive devices a bunch of us how blooded murders of two African Americans are shopping here in Kentucky, and then the worst anti semitic attack in our nation's history. I'll Levin people massacre eleven of them killing another five wounded, folks. This is not who we are my neighbors Baldwin. We'll be Milwaukee later this afternoon. Meanwhile, governor Walker and Tonette Walker will be an Wisconsin's afternoon news starting in the four o'clock hour Pennsylvania's governor and Pittsburgh's mayor both say they will not join President Trump during his scheduled trip to Pittsburgh. The visit comes as funeral services began for two of the eleven killed in the tree of life synagogue, last Saturday. Meanwhile, vice President Mike Pence says potentially changing birthright citizenship is part of the White House's broad look at US laws that draw people into the country illegally. President Trump wants to end birthright citizenship for babies born to noncitizens and immigrants not authorize. To be in the US reaction from the VP system where people know how to come into the United States legally, and that we have a system that's working for the American people first, and that it's working an orderly way like it did for my grandfather when he came through asylum when he was twenty three years of age from Ireland Kamal Esa heb is with the national immigration Law Center against our constitution. And it's it's against our values. And it's against what we have been four century. More details to follow a man has been charged with burglarizing the Kloss home in western Wisconsin Jane's, Denise class were found shot to death in their home in the early morning hours of October fifteenth thirteen year old daughter Jamie has been missing since then Barron county sheriff Chris Gerald has Kyle Yankee was arrested Saturday at the clause home CBS news reporting, the thirty two year old got in through an unlocked patio door. Authorities found him with several items of clothing, including address and underwear asked. Why he'd still in those items Yankee, honest said he thought they were things that wouldn't be missed in that he was cured. What size janey clause war is sheriff's department says Yawkey honest is not a suspect in the clause case, Jane Matenaer WTMJ the target in greenfield, we'll be closing early next year the store which has been near twenty seven th and Layton for nearly fifty years will close in February..

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"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"But you you this will not happen I be very surprised if they ban every duck boat in the. Country, because of what happened in Missouri well I think what what also would is interesting about the next chapter, of this in and like you said because this is, not a boat specifically or a bus specifically those safety requirements are a little. Bit fuzzy and a little bit gray, and if you had a seatbelt on if you had a life vest on while you were in the water that could actually be dangerous, because if the boat went under right could, get. Trapped because of those life jackets? So so where does this go? In will, people continue to ride them I I think that, that. They will suffer a hit I? Think they're going to suffer a? Hit Just because there's a stigma But if people are smart Which. I think they generally are And they used their they use their intuition. And pay attention to the weather and, I know hindsight is twenty twenty but the shame in this and calling for ban I think, is is very over the top but it is getting consideration and, to be able to define more More acutely what the regulation is. So that people feel safe and so that people can still have. That experience this is a fun educational historical experience. I think back to the time at the dolls I love it and I wouldn't want it to go away. But calling for a ban is an absolute overreaction the tragedy continues to develop, and I know we'll be following it the boat was. Just raised out of the water so, it sounds like we might learn a little bit more if there was anything actually wrong with, the boat and I would assume that there might be some flaws But will continue to follow that story It's ten twenty four on WTMJ there's a new effort. To battle obesity and inactivity and Wisconsin, first lady Tonette Walker spearheading the program and. She joins John, Mercure at three thirty Wisconsin's afternoon news I am Tracy Johnson filling. In for Steve skiff easy on WTMJ we were discussing and taking your reaction to the, call from, former chair of the NTSB National Transportation transportation and Safety Board and others to ban duck boat tours in the wake of this disaster that took the lives of twenty seventeen people including. Five individuals from just one person's family the reaction, as unfortunate as it as it is is that this was really captain error in leading, his, his fleet, in leading his his his his vessel And while the weather came up quickly while the weather was, probably, very distracting This captain was trained and he was responsible for these lives and and, and I'm, sure he is feeling very. Bad about this and terrible about this, of course with the loss of life But but The ban while not necessarily net while. Not necessary the wakeup call for others who either managed these boats manage these tour companies or boats in general, to heat the warnings of severe weather is, is very very important and cannot. Be, overstated again this is a. Terrible tragedy we had a question come in to about the the fact that why they weren't wearing these life jackets and were their life jackets. On board and we saw from the video, the ship which was is emerging from the water as we speak that there are life jackets on board and people were wearing the, life jackets they were told to wear the life jackets and in. The end That could have saved them but in the end that could have also killed them because these canopies can contract people so if. Anything we're learning more about how these operate, and how these work and I'm sure it's a wake-up call but to be clear in Wisconsin dells where the duck boats are a, centerpiece for the tourism and a great part, of the history there They're definitely taking notice they're definitely taking precautions they have statement and as someone. Who enjoys them, personally I would certainly consider it for for the future this. Is not a case to be alarmed, to not do it it's a case to pay attention pay attention to the weather ask questions if something doesn't feel right don't do. It When we come back we are. Going to discuss the stand your, ground I controversy that is. Brewing in Florida and we're going to. Have with us Sheriff, Richard Schmidt. Who's going to break that down and, talk about what we have in Wisconsin More of that after the..

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"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Partly cloudy to mostly clear. Skies, overnight tonight down to sixty four. Lake Fifty-eight inland on your Tuesday partly cloudy to mostly sunny will be mostly dry throughout the day a chance for a few. Afternoon spotty late rain showers high temperature of eighty one degrees for your Wednesday partly cloudy with increasing clouds late in the. Day high of eighty four degrees with showers and thunderstorms developing, late on your, Thursday partly cloudy. Seventy seven degrees and for Friday beautiful seventy six with mostly sunny skies I'm meteorologist Jesse ribka forecast on WTMJ the barometric pressure is steady the Lake Michigan water temperature is seventy in Madison it's eighty-two degrees in Green Bay seventy eight and Waukesha. Seventy five in Milwaukee it is seventy one degrees John Melissa with you on this Monday afternoon producer Nick found this article and I like the headline Papa John's is worried. That Papa John will try to take over the company it's his, company right well it used to, be. So he's, been, kicked out because he. Used the n. word on, a conference call and the apparently ran the place like a frat house is best buddies are in positions of power and so, the board, removed him and now he says, he should have never resigned never retired. He feels like he was forced out. And said it was based. On rumor and innuendo and there are indicators that. Now he is trying to buy so much stock back that he could once. Again be put in control And the board is preparing for a, fight they've adopted poison pill language, they've adopted, a new language that says that if anyone tries to buy more than thirty one. Percent of the company's? Stock without them knowing it will not be allowed it? Will? Freeze it will not happen companies do this from time to time and Papa John says he's, fighting, mad and he wants back into the company this could get very, hairy and it could go on. For a really long time it could get ugly the headline Papa John's. Is worried that, Papa? John, we'll try to take. Over the company complicated yet is we've got a lot coming up this hour bird scooters another perspective should they be allowed in Milwaukee what exactly is he issue houses going to get, resolved alderman Michael Murphy with us. At four twenty one and we're going to give, you a. Chance to weigh in on those birds scooters what do you think should they be outlawed or is the city of Milwaukee overreacting we want your phone calls coming up at four thirty four and Wisconsin's, first lady Tonette Walker Reluctant campaigner she will be. With us coming up at. Four fifty she's not gonna campaign I promise we're not going to let that happen but I want to ask her what it's like, to be on the trail with. The governor and. She's also got a. New initiative trying to help people get up and..

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"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Resort casino three oh one in New Hampshire heartache. Is series, leading sixth win of the NASCAR season. And again tonight brewers. Had to get it, going Washington is in town, the first, of three our coverage. Starts at six thirty five seven eighteen of WTMJ there's a. New effort to battle obesity and inactivity. In Wisconsin first lady Tonette Walker spearheading. That efforts, you'll join. John Mercure at three thirty. Wisconsin's afternoon nouvelle food cream puffs are just amazing they're so good Fine We kept to. Wisconsin state fair is right around the, corner this opportunity that bring memory Steve's, gift Jeff Wagner in great Matsick on the. Fairground I love the. Food I love the. Music I love the exhibit elevated, family friendly experience that Wisconsin state fair with the biggest stake in the state GM's Hi Samantha here from Heiser, automotive and I have awesome news highs road trip in promotions back all, month, long sap in and registered a win. Tonight state to Wisconsin dells resort for four and four passes Noah's. Ark there's no purchase. Necessary that's. Right no purchase. Necessary so bring, everyone you, know don't. Wait it ends July. Thirty first visit Heiser dot. Com for. Details today's your day must be eighteen years or older Eighty seven ninety. Nine one hundred per store. Or four. Total winter smoking s. eighteen see store for details Folks this is Hake Albert owner of BBC lighting all roads lead some I store in our customers come from all over the state to see thousands of the newest styles of writing ceiling fans lamps and lampshades all. Priced at fifty to ninety percent on, our prices are far less than any other store including the internet as you. Browse through our huge showroom you'll also find antiques collectibles rights. For the kids and are famous free popcorn spend an afternoon here and see what. Everyone is talking about BBC, is a homegrown company created in our great state of Wisconsin thirty years ago I shortened our regional name the badger bug company. To BBC lighting BBC is open seven days a week and essentially located at twentieth in Saint Paul avenue the puddle casino Traffic, and weather together at seven twenty good morning.

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"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Be heard on am twelve fifty and tony fee now has the lead during route one of the masters few now in at four under par tiger woods finishes the day with a one overpower seventythree i think sergio garcia's still trying to figure out the fifteenth hole here johnny thirteen five fifteen th hole sergio hit five consecutive balls in the water you will not be able to go to bed tonight without watching this highlight it's very difficult to watch but you have to keep watching it just like tin cup exactly what it was that's brutal for fortyseven thank you so much greg does this past tuesday's election spelled trouble for governor walker steve's kapiti thinks so he'll unveil is warning signs for the gop tomorrow at nine thirty five here are the top stories we are following on this thursday afternoon would not describe it as a laboratory i believe some experimentation was being done unsealed court records in connection with a bomb making suspect in beaver dam show investigators found potential homemade bombs and white supremacist literature in the suspect's home after a march explosion in the unit which killed the suspect benjamin moro sixteen year old girl sexually assaulted in germantown police are searching for a suspect after the teenager says she was assaulted sunday evening she was at a private playground near the area brookside drive and brookside circle when the assault occurred vice president mike pence will soon visit wisconsin pence is expected to attend a fundraiser for governor walker on wednesday april twenty fifth a location for that event has yet to be announced you can hear much more on these stories coming up at five o'clock wisconsin first lady tonette walker our interview up next on wtmj in the huddle with gregg out with the cards in with the cub the north siders make their first visit to know walkie friday night i'll tell you where the brewers are actually better than the two time defending division.

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"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"tonette walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Sigh of relief the world is right for folks who use tinder but when the facebook had that issue with the cambridge analytical scandal the data all that stuff facebook changed its privacy policy and when they did that they accidentally temporarily knocked out the dating app tinder so shortly after announcing stricter rules for its third party developers the popular dating site stopped working that means crazy singles who were hot to trot had a tough time on their lunch breaks logging into tinder there was a pop up later that said tinder requires you to provide additional facebook permissions in order to create or use the tinder account so again that's very interesting and i think a lot of people a lot of people use facebook to log onto these ads you're right you're absolutely right about that tinder my wife would be pretty upset about that i was swiping writer swiping left to pretty much anybody tinder did say now that the problem has been fixed service has resumed that's good news like you said sigh of relief right it's for thirteen at wtmj coming up i want your calls on this so get ready to call in even call now nick when people call early a lady has an obituary says a lot of nice things and that says our only regret in life is that she didn't live long enough to see donald trump and scott walker removed from office is that appropriate or tacky we take your phone calls in seven minutes american diplomats kicked out of russia returned home we'll have a deeper dive coming up at four thirty four first lady tonette walker talking about what she says is a public health issue in.

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"tonette walker" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"tonette walker" Discussed on Nightline

"This 17yearold says he only recently started to understand his disease who do you blame for this demeaned in part do you blame vladimir putin your of quickness tip in the what two of the governing marina runs the center is in such a doom buddy she says it's a rare safehaven from rampant discrimination what's your name activism artful on on boeing and tom how old are you screaming he says they're hootenanny government has damaged efforts to address this crisis while they do promote monogamy as a fix they've rejected proven approaches such as needle exchanges and free condoms as western practices meanwhile people continue to die marina shows us the center's aids quilt we don't have enough time to finish marina says the lack of education means many people here refused to take lifesaving medications and in fact marina says she's dealt with years of what she calls government harassment when the u a cold me i thought uh is it too dangerous for us to speak these he'll the kremlin has gone so far as to classify her and others like her as foreign agents in other words spies after ten days in russia standing here these families caught up in a lethal health crisis i am struck by the horrifying irony in a country where putin weaponized as lies to crushes enemies and even to create mischief in american politics in this atmosphere of deliberate falsehoods eight is these people who are punished simply for pointing out a painful true we want to thank you for watching the special edition of nightline i also want to thank the amazing came that show and i support including tonette walker patrick rievaulx max carmen bartley price and senior producer geno mellman as always we are online 247 on our nightlife facebook page thank you again for watching and good night are you hiring joined the over three million businesses that use indeedcom for hiring you can post a job in minutes and manager candidates from an easy to use dashboard boast your next job on the world's number one job site indeedcom.

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