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"troodos" Discussed on The Big Story
"As you might be aware western Canada has a long proud history of being really angry at Troodos and right now it might be worse than it's ever career as taxpayers we are owners of its next our government has sought to four point five million dollars yeah I never thought in my life I'd be making picket signs and protesting This is my nineteenth year with my business this is my slowest year nineteen years who a lot of that anger lives in Saskatchewan which was the first province to legally challenge Trudeau's liberals over there carbon tax and that actually creates an interesting contradiction since voters sketchy on list climate change as their second most pressing concern so the change is a big worry and it is because a lot of crops are grown in Saskatchewan why are voters so skeptical of parties plans to fight it the polls show almost every one of the fourteen writings in this province leaning towards the Conservatives but here's another contradiction Saskatchewan is also in really fully turn blue even there and if it is going to what do we need to watch for.
The roots of why Saskatchewan hates Trudeau
"As you might be aware western Canada has a long proud history of being really angry at Troodos and right now it might be worse than it's ever career as taxpayers we are owners of its next our government has sought to four point five million dollars yeah I never thought in my life I'd be making picket signs and protesting This is my nineteenth year with my business this is my slowest year nineteen years who a lot of that anger lives in Saskatchewan which was the first province to legally challenge Trudeau's liberals over there carbon tax and that actually creates an interesting contradiction since voters sketchy on list climate change as their second most pressing concern so the change is a big worry and it is because a lot of crops are grown in Saskatchewan why are voters so skeptical of parties plans to fight it the polls show almost every one of the fourteen writings in this province leaning towards the Conservatives but here's another contradiction Saskatchewan is also the birthplace of the MVP and it is home to a liberal member of parliament who has served more than twenty five consecutive years. So Wilson Sketchy in really fully turn blue even there and if it is going to what do we need to watch for and
"troodos" Discussed on World News Analysis
"Which is you pointed out has been shaken quite a bit by this whole lab scam deal is they like to call it in Canada when Jane Filipo resigned from the treasury board left a lot of people sort of scratching their heads and left the the Canadian markets a little bit uncertain because there was really no connection between the treasury board and this whole lab scam scandal, and so the resignation of Philip at the time really sort of through a lot of people for a bit of a loop really understand what what exactly was happening. It was more of a political thing than it was anything to do with the actual. Scandal itself. And so two trying to do now is get as as house back in order as we're in, you know, sort of set the card straight and see if you can't, you know, muscle pass this scandal that he's been dealing with these big nations are having fast. So our weakness domino fact, we Trudeau's cabinet. Well, that is a little too early to say at this point. I mean, his main go-to guy Jerry butts. I it was it was a main adviser. He was the first domino to fall. Then Philip went down a few days later. She just decided, okay. I'm calling it quits. And then where Nick he runs into trouble. Because basically, the the opposition say is saying to him look, your your partisan, even though he's not supposed to be involved in politics. The office of the Privy Council supposed to be independent of politics. He's you know, he's the opposition says, look, you're tainted you can't you can't do it. And so we're falls on his own sword and says, okay? I was going to retire. Anyway. So. I'm just going to do it a little bit earlier. So I don't know whether or not this is going to bring about a whole wholesale change in the Trudeau administration. But it is is sort of telling that, you know, Mr. Trudeau's confident and confidence in the government as taking a hit it at a time when the probably can't really afford to because he got national elections coming up in Canada on or before October, the twenty first and so going into the election campaigning period. It's not a position that Mr. Troodos tenuous hold on on majority in the Canadian parliament really wants at this point. So what's your feeling on the national attitude toward a prime minister Trudeau Trudel seems to be well like outside of Canada is not a case at home. That's very interesting because you you're over here. And of course, all around the world, he's he's the darling. Right. He's the he's the anti-trump is a lot of young people like to call him. He's prog-. Aggressive. He's big women's rights advocate. And and quite frankly, he's he's quite well liked amongst the younger generation in Canada. But of course, you have to remember that Canada has a fairly older generation one that doesn't not they're not against some of his policies, but a lot there's a a lot of discontent within certain circles in Canada that he's focusing too much on the sort of I guess woke in individual ideas. Right. The more progressive concepts that has governed has been trying to push sort of forgetting about the meat and potatoes stuff that actually a lot of Canadians care about including job growth, the state of the economy issues like that that sort of over glossed by all of his beloved nece on the international stage..
Resignation scandal mars Trudeau's shiny image
"Trudeau swept into power in Canada in two thousand fifteen championing equality, openness and social Justice, but the resignation of his attorney general who will let's shoot face pressure to go easy on one of the country's biggest companies in corruption case has dented this image. Nikki Zena discusses the case in what it means for Trudeau in the liberal party with Ravi, Matt and Amy Williams. Amy, tell us first about the company involved. SNC lavaman will the company has a few things, but bowling engineering company that works mainly with mining and energy services. So in this case, it's been accused of bribing Libyan officials around the time when he was in power. This is not as I brush with bribery, allegations the World Bank, actually, blacklisted its main subsidiary from bidding on projects and its own global corruption policy and that happened in two thousand thirteen over a project. It was worth on in Bangladesh. The key thing about the company in the stories that employs around nine thousand people across Canada. Most of those are in Quebec, which is the home for just intruders constituency in Montreal what was the attorney general's involvement, which Wilson rape, bogey Torney general. She was in a position to come up with the prosecution agreement with the company that would basically have seen him set. Lots of court avoiding huge find so base. Would have paid some money but being allowed to keep trading and avoid the court fees and big legal costs that would put them out of business. And who does she say put her under pressure to agree to a deferred prosecution agreement and why did she end up resigning? Well, she said that it was several people in Mr. Trudeau's government specifically in his office, and including Mr. shooter himself and Khushi his top advisor, Gerald books. Her resignation is a bit murky and a little unclear but what we do know is that shortly before she resigned, Mr. Trudeau effectively demoted her in a cabinet reshuffle and this caused quite a bit of upset. She initially refused to take the first portfolio that she was offered. So she was attorney general and Justice minister, Mr. to try to move her to indigenous services, which she climbed she eventually ended up at veterans affairs, and she shortly afterwards resigned. What has Mr. Trudeau said about this mister Suto and also his adviser Mr. buck who gave testimony to the Canadian House of Commons. Have both said that they did not try to force miss was able to make any kind of decision. They just asked her the independent advice and get a second opinion on her decision because they thought it was really important case lots of jobs are at stake. Mr. Trudeau has insisted he spoke to journalists day after Mr Bush gave testimony he insisted. That he was only ever trying to defend jobs as all he's ever tried to do and nine thousand jobs is really quite a lot of jobs to be lost. I know you've been wanting to hear from me directly on the SNC Lebanon issue. I've taken time to review the testimony to reflect on what has happened over the past months and on what our next steps should be. What has become clear through the various testimonies is that over the past months? There was an erosion of trust between my office. And specifically my former principal secretary and the former minister of Justice and attorney general I was not aware of that erosion of trust does prime minister and leader of the federal ministry. I should've been in regards to standing up for jobs and defending the integrity of our rule of law. I continue to say that there was no inappropriate pressure. Bearing in mind that elections are coming up in October. How has this all gone down with Canadian voters rudely, they don't like it? This Troodos popularity has taken a hit. And it's not looking all that good for him the elections approach. However in Quebec the province. Montreal is people are less bothered about this. And actually his popularity's is kinda held up in Quebec, they're a little more sympathetic to the view that jobs were at stake around three thousand of those nine thousand jobs in Quebec. And they are less unhappy with MRs Troodos alleged actions. Ravi you've written that Mr. Trudeau is partly to blame for setting impossibly high standards. Can you explain what you mean? Yeah. I mean, there's a couple of things there. I think first of all what needs to go back and understand why he won and how he won the election in two thousand thirteen to become prime minister, we need to remember that Mr. wasn't actually expected to win. He was in third place turning to other party leaders and play the Blinder in the campaign and suddenly became. Came prime minister with a massive majority. And I think the first mistake they made was to misunderstand their mandate. They thought the massive majority meant they had licensed to invoke a massive program of change in fact, because they went by surprise by good fortune in that voters had got fed up with the incumbent Stephen Harper. They didn't realize there was a bit of a delicate balance to achieve their the second bit was they one of the back of a progressive agenda. Mr. Trudeau had a great brand he sold himself as a modern politician whose advertising a more kind a more gentle immoral open way of governing and dean with politics rather than the very fractious way. Things are done in many other places including at times in Canada. But by holdings of that standard. He also needs to meet that Senator in government now for the first few years that kind of words he did very well on certain policy issues. He accepted twenty five thousand Syrian refugees into the country from the war, which is a very popular mid both within Canada and in June. Nationally, but further into government, he made some missteps party. I would argue because of the hubris I came with that stunning election victory. First of all he started to do things that flew in the face of that cleaner than clean impression. He was giving for example in twenty-six fell foul of ethics rules for taking a private family holiday on the private island of the con, the billionaire religious leaders not only did that contravene the rules in place for politicians. But it just looked really bad. It looked very elitist. When he told the world that he was anything. But similarly in terms of the people who put in place around him, Amy mentioned Gerald butts who's as close as adviser, but Mr. bus was also his best friend. They know each other for thirty years they met at McGill University and invariably when you put your best friend in your office as your closest advisor, even the smartest person in the world will find it impossible to separate the personal and the professional. And that was certainly impression given and that chumminess once again went to undercut pretty severely, the progressive agenda that open of politics that he advertised when he campaigned for office, and indeed nearly years of his tenure so you've already touched on this a bit, but looking towards the next election, and how he starting to campaign now, what would you say are has notable achievements, and what are his failures while a couple of things. I mean, he has achieved things I talked with the Syrian refugee policy. He's also legalized cannabis which was a big campaign promise of his and he certainly tried to create a different impression of how poses can be done. But if you count all the things where he failed in the city meet the targets, he said, they include reforming the electoral system. He hasn't done that finding a way of building a pipeline from the oil signs of northern Alberta to the Pacific coast of BC. He has done that reconciling relations with indigenous populations. He hasn't achieved that so they're a litany of these things where he set. Very vicious goals, and he just didn't achieved. And so I think unfortunately, while he has made some serious achievements. Such as renegotiate NAFTA agreement with Donald Trump. They're also number failures that his opponents will hold against them. And how well placed is Canada's opposition to capitalize on Mr. Trudeau's weaknesses. Well, go into the election. I think that's one of actually his advantages. So eighty mentioned that Mr. Trudeau's poll numbers of taking a hit. And yet the liberal government the liberal party, which he leads still is more or less neck and neck with the obstinate conservatives, and I think one of the things that he has to best advantage is the fact that his opposition rivals are relatively new leaders in their own, right? And they suffer from their own credibility issues. So Andrea sherr of the conservatives and the leftist NDP's Jagmeet Singh are both quite noon to the job. And they too are having some issues around trying to prove to the public that there are credible alternative. So in terms of how well the opposition can capitalize on it. They're doing the best to make sure this as in the news there. Making sure that it's very hard for the government to talk about anything else. Every press conference at happens invariably, the tension terms to this topic around the essence see Lebanon scandal and the resignation so it's very hard to change the Genda. However, the weakness of the opposition does give Mr. to who remains a very charming character and someone who can certainly connect with people gives them a plausible chance going into the election. So Amy what happens with the SNC level in case after this? We could you will rape with decision was not offer the prosecution agreement which means they have to go to trial. So there's already a hearing underway and a criminal trial will probably happen within an ear. Yes. Data what AB said, although wasn't able to make sure this is going to trawl from what it seems the political stray hasn't ended a lot of pressure on the top civil servant in Canada. Who's also been drawn into the affair and his role there further questions the opposition is raising about whether they'll process of how cases like this handled is inappropriate. And whether in fact. An independent third party should Judy Kate over the process. So the politics is obviously very strong and carrying on. And the opposite is gonna do their best to make sure this stays in the headlines. And of course, our media colleagues are watching very closely in Canada too.
Justin Trudeau engulfed in corruption scandal
"No one's leaning on the UK's attorney general to get into change his legal advice on Brexit in Canada. Though, the allegation that the equivalent figure the minister of Justice was placed under undue pressure by the prime minister's office is turning into a major political scandal this week for the first time Justin Trudeau the PM try to explain himself. He defended requests made to Jodie Wilson rebelled. The now ex Justice minister to avoid criminal trial for big Canadian company accused of corruption s NC lavender, which employs nine thousand people in Canada was accused of bribing Libyan officials to secure contracts. They're under Canadian law, a conviction would Intel potentially crippling decade-long ban or bidding for government business until now Mr. Trudeau has been a rockstar politician young personable good-looking, the neophyte you took his party from third to first place in the twenty fifteen federal election. Matthew laser in Quebec? Where essence lands based says his image has taken a real hit. If you're not at the rules, for example from this week in Las many points. The liberals were thirty nine points in January now down to thirty four and the conservative for the first time ahead with three five. The main problem here is that when he reacted on Thursday in front of the media did not apologize. It just recognized. There was an issue at he said, he was a breach of confidence between his principal secretary and former attorney general, but if you look at your sides in really things they did nothing wrong. So why would he apple joy on the the detail of this story, the allegation appears to be that this official in his office who has resigned was putting in the view of the Justice secretary, former Justice minister, putting undue pressure on her over this case of SNC level. But no one is suggesting the prime minister himself was directly involved. So what's the problem? Do you think for Justin Trudeau in these allegations in a way, the prime minister? Sorry spoke to as well he met her in September. And she told him she made our decision, and he just replied why once she reconsider everything and checks to do it. So Trudeau was involved as well in it. But the problem is is entire prime minister office spoke to her several times ten times total she's saying that she felt that was a lot of pressure. So this is why we think it tarnishes Troodos image the paradox. I suppose is that it could be quite a popular thing to be seen by many Canadians to have done because by trying to get this kind of deal arrangements that the company was keen on on which the prime minister seemed to be keen on a have potentially safeguarded thousands of jobs. That's the main argument from the liberal party. They're saying that could save nine thousand jobs at risk why. Because essence eleven just said that if they lose the trial there might just leave Montreal and Quebec itself and just go to London. And that will be a terrible blow for the country for Quebec. And why important for the revolt parties because Quebec is their main strongholds? And it's also where Justin Trudeau comes from his the MP of Patino, which is district within Montreal. What you think his prospects are of putting this behind him and actually surviving it it's mitigated because for example, next week to parliament is not seating. So the conservatives and your position, Geno? We not be able to grill the prime minister, and then you'll have the federal budget the following week. And so that might be the main news so maybe managed to put this behind him. But you have to know that the investigation from the Justice committee has not done, and there's also another investigation it's way, but the second one could take month until you have an answer to it. It could happen that this will go behind him. But that's pretty unlikely looking out what Canadians once, and that's the main thing what Canadian want is the truth on this
"troodos" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"They get the practice. That's it other players get there. Even the back. It's the play in games like linebacker running back. You name it but quarterbacks never get the play. And I think some some quarterbacks might be able to really open is in the NFL this off seasons. Yeah. I think I think it's definitely a very good chance. I'm definitely going with the over. I was watching the game with the San Antonio commanders and the San Diego leat, and I was really interested in a team like the San Diego fleet just because on I like your uniform, I like San Diego, Mike Martz who is the head coach just intrigues me completely and tell you what San Antonio had a very good quarterback Logan Woodside if I'm not mistaken. Why am I thinking maybe not the university of Cincinnati that was the receiver that I wanted to talk about. But what side was very good. But they have a receiver in the K is his name, and I should have been a little bit more prepared with this guy's name. But I'm telling you, he's a big guy. He is going to be on an NFL roster next year. And if you're looking for a large receiver will good hands. This is your guy is name is Mekelle. Mt. K L Maceio McKay. From the university of Cincinnati. The guy is six three two hundred six pounds. And he was he was pretty impressive. Now what side is out of the university of Pollino. I remember his name from the past couple of years. As being a possibility. I think he played he was drafted by the Bengals. That's why the Cincinnati on my mind. But also he was not supposed to be the opening quarterback for them. The guy who was supposed to have the job was the name guy by the name of Dustin. Von a six five quarterback from west Texas AM have you ever heard that name before? I wanna say he played for the Steelers that preseason or or my thinking somebody else. Yes. I. Yeah. I believe it was either sixteen or seventeen he was before quarterback brought in and they really liked them. They really liked what he was doing. But and he got a lot of Troodos from the team. It was just the the situation where he was the number four guy. So if he was just not getting spun on the roster because I believe that might have been the same year that they they picked up. I'm menu here. I think. A year they picked up Benton burger who is in this league met burgers, getting another another chance. So as far as everything goes these guys can play their way onto rosters. I love the fact, and this is not an af podcast. This is a sealer podcast, but some some healer. Have a really good go the one of their players that was a late cut last year in I had written them. I lost my notes here. But he here's a guy that has another section over the weekend. And I'm gonna have to pull up his name. But the markets airs is in this league. Former punter Brad ways of this week. So there's a lot of guys look out for there's a couple of things that I like that they do if you look at I'm taking a look at San Antonio roster right now if you just look at their roster, of course, they played Texas. We've got a quarterback from west Texas AM, we've got a guy from Houston. Texas Christian, Texas him, Texas. San Antonio, Texas. Kristen that's six Nebraska that's in that area. Seven houston. Eight Texas in pins, Ville, nine AM ten and other TCU eleven Baylor. Or southern Methodist Baylor. That's worked team players on the offense alone on the offense alone fourteen players from that region. If you go ahead and look at the Birmingham r- tons of Alabama tons of Troy state puns of offered. That's what they're doing. They're atlanta. You've got the Georgia players Georgia Tech players the guys around that area sandiego yet, but California guys Salt Lake you've got mid west guys it goes on and on for the the eighteenth through their Orlando..
"troodos" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"It wasn't all sunshine and flashbulbs at the signing ceremony for the new NAFTA in boy no off as today. Prime minister Trudeau joined his u s and Mexican counterparts to commit their countries to the deal, but President Trump sanctions on aluminum and steel are still in place, Mr. Trudeau did his best to point that out without losing face. There is more hard work ahead to build resilient strong economies that support families everywhere in Canada as I discussed with President Trump a few days ago, the recent plant closures by General Motors or a heavy blow. Make no mistake. We will stand up for our workers and fight for their families and their communities, and Donald it's all the more reason why we need to keep working to remove the tariffs on steel aluminum between our countries with hardwork goodwill and determination. I'm confident we will get there. Andrew Scheer does not seem to share the PM's confidence in his ability to negotiate with the US president. Here's what the conservative leader had to say in Kemp Ville on -tario today after months and months of Trudeau China play play the tough guy with with Donald Trump. It's clear he capitulated he signed concession after concession after concession the Americans are counting their victories in what they got from Canada and Troodos counting his victories in what he didn't have to give away today after saying that he wouldn't have a photo with Donald Trump until we got steel and aluminum terrace lifted one more capitulation, though, the the final concession to agreed participate in a in a photo op a signing ceremony that even though those steel and aluminum tariffs exists. They're still in in effect today. So one more final humiliation for the prime minister on NAFTA conservative leader, Andrew Scheer, the failure to remove the US. Sanctions will not be welcome news. For still workers in sous Sainte Marie tonight yesterday to plant in the city announced that it would be laying off ninety of its workers over Christmas. Christian Provenzano is the mayor of Saint Marie. We reached him at city hall. Zano? Is it your impression that Mr. Trudeau has capitulated? A look I'm singularly concerned with my community as mayors Marie and then senior league concerned with steel an industry. I recognize that the prime minister, the minister of international trade have broader concerns in a broader perspective. And I understand why they concluded the NAFTA negotiations without the stealing aluminum testing lifted, but that doesn't mean that it's something I'm pleased about steel tariffs are terrible economic policy are not good for Canada. They're of the US. What is the effect? Those steel tariffs have had on your community. It creates an anxiety. We know that these these tariffs are hanging over us. And we know that they're making our steal more expensive. The reality. Is that a significant part of the steel that we make here goes into the US? But the reality is we expert that steel to a commercial industrial clients. That have been buying steel for us for years, and they buy steal from us because we make that steel to their specific specs, and it would be very hard for those companies to replace us in their supply chain. What are they doing with the having that steel now, they have it? This is this is why it's such terrible economic policy. And this is why both countries should work together. Janice immediately. It's the Americans interested immediately. They have to either eat the terra or part of the tariff, which affects profits here. The also pass along part of it. And if they pass that along it gets passed into the US system, I recently spoke at an event in Sterling Heights, Michigan. I was invited down to speak at a chamber of commerce event there on steel tariffs in the mirror Sterling Heights there. And the congressman that presents that part of Michigan in Washington was also there when I spoke to both gentlemen about this, and they have an exemption process in the US where an American company. Apply for tariff exemption if they can only get there, stealing Canada or their product can't be replaced by the American market..
"troodos" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Ota based on the situation, and everyone will tell you the situation there off the bye, but I'm not trusting Kirk cousins outdoorsman on. I just can't. I'm staying away from the game Orel end up probably playing Chicago just to enjoy myself with a little pizza money. But everybody, I know there's not one sharp guy that I don't know. That's not on Minnesota. Vikings. I think Minnesota's gonna be a very popular team. Especially to the sharps. And I think the public here as well. I know Chicago's on this three game win streak straight up against the spread. They're doing a lot of good special teams things. We haven't seen a team is good by the bears since twenty two thousand when they last won ten football games. But can you put this team under the microscope? And what do you see here? I mean, I don't see that they beat a winning team this football season here there Windsor against seek. Apple arizona. Tampa jets buffalo and Detroit the only winning team. They played was was New England who took them out and beat the spread of football game. This is a step up game for the Chicago Bears to prove that they are in fact legitimate. They are real and they're doing it against the team that is legitimate and Israel and until proven otherwise I'm gonna go with Mike Zimmer the best money coach in the National Football League and take the points in this game. Let me ask you something. How many wins does Minnesota have against winning teams, Mark? Well, the point zero. Well, zero zero okay. But we're not favored Minnesota is. That's the key in this contest. Or you're asking team to step up and do something that they haven't done all year long. In. Also, I'm also a rookie coach Mike Zimmer. The best money spread coach of the National Football League. I happen to think Minnesota is one of the better team are better plays in the National Football League card this weekend. I know you open the conversation with rested rested, rasp something resting can get a better team up for a football game. Especially when they're the dog or they're looking up at the opponent in the division standing here. I think this is a good spot for Minnesota. Mark a game. That has me really confused is the Houston Texans visiting the Washington Redskins. I actually made the Redskins a one point favorite in this game. And and I was dead wrong off by four and a half points when it came out, Houston, minus three and a half. And I think he can make an argument that Houston is the better team. But I think they are very much of paper tiger. I don't think they're very well coached. And I think Washington is a similar paper tiger. You could make an argument. I think last week that they fell into a little bit of the fallen hero theory were where people rallied around that offense of line that was decimated by. Injury. And but maybe reality sets in this week, and that comes back to haunt them against what is a much better defense in Houston, then Tampa Bay, but still at home Washington when they're up against when they're in a situation where they look like the inferior team they seem to step up and get it done. I can go back and forth and make cases against or four. Both of these teams. I don't know which way to go where are you thinking on Houston at Washington? Well, he's one of the hottest teams. Those National Football League gifted Owen three start there. This six game winning streak and kudos to them for a great job upgrading their season turned around. Two division leaders here Brady, and I think it's Roger Goodell's biggest nightmare. He might wake up in the middle of the night, which wets realizing that Washington Houston might meet each other in the Super Bowl this year. My goodness. Happened. But the bottom line is they're bolt division leaders here. They don't know anything otherwise other than the fact that they're leading their divisions here. Washington's at home, we know there are banged up ball team. We've been reading about there for the past couple of weeks. It hasn't bothered them at all they keep coming to play football games. One game at a time. Now, you're bringing Houston in here into Washington as a road favourite in the contest here. I'm gonna stay with the Redskins in the football game until they prove otherwise to me. There you go you think Goodell is going to be sweating. What about FOX, man? There'll be sweating big time over there with that broadcast, but he's Super Bowl Super Bowl. I mean, people watch the commercials anyway. But no I mean, and I gotta give Troodos the both teams. They have Washington's one four to five ugly wins, you know, some of them, but finding ways to get it done ended the day. You know, New England finds a way to win games. And we go there the patriots. But if other teams, do it, we just looking, you.
"troodos" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"One Indianapolis. To yell for help, blindly Silla, Sarah, Fox News. The woman who accuses judge Brad Kavanagh of sexual misconduct. Believe he was going to rape her when they were teenagers at a party transcript of Christine Blasi Ford's prepared statement to the Senate Judiciary committee have been released as President Trump defenses pick. Fox's Steve Rappaport has more live Lisa Christine Blasi Ford will tell lawmakers she was pushed from behind into a bedroom before cavenaugh and his friend. Mark judge locked the door. Ford claims cavenaugh got on top of her and tried taking her clothes off but had a hard time because he was drunk and she says the assault drastically altered her life. President Trump continues to stand by Cavanaugh after several women accused him of misconduct. These are all false to me. These are false accusations in certain cases, at the president at a news conference would not rule out withdrawing Kavanagh's nomination if he thinks Cavanaugh is guilty of something like this. Lisa Steve also at the news conference, President Trump was asked about NAFTA, which. He calls a bad deal for the US and says he's counseled a one on one meeting with prime minister Justin Trudeau very unhappy with the negotiations and the negotiating style of Canada. We don't like their Representative very much they've taken advantage. I love Canada, by the way, I have so many friends I've everybody at so many friends, but that has nothing to do with this. I'm representing the United States Troodos spokesperson says the prime minister never a question a meeting with President Trump tomorrow, the president expected to meet with deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein after report he considered having the president removed are using the twenty fifth amendment, a chairman of the judiciary committee. Bob Goodlatte is drafting subpoenas for memos that contain the Rosenstein allegations. Those memos were drafted by former FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe who was fired for lying to federal investigators about a media report concerning the Clinton foundation, just before the presidential.
"troodos" Discussed on KSRO
"Even though Mexico has been vocal about wanting Canada as the third trade partner. A Bloomberg article says they are prepared to enter a bilateral agreement with the US leaving Canada out of NAFTA altogether. In the meantime, though, Canadian officials are huddling with prime minister Justin Trudeau, however, it's been made pretty clear they Canada won't sign an agreement that isn't in their favor, according to politico, Craig Thorne partner, DTB associates in Washington based consulting firm, specializing in trade. In agriculture said, the Trump administration is serious saying, quote, they have been so adamant that it would be hard for them to back down. According to the same political report. It seems the two countries are having a hard time putting politics aside in Canada, Troodos liberty party wants to maintain its allies in Ontario and Quebec where the dairy industry is concentrated here in the US. The Trump administration is looking to gain support a farmers and workers who have been struggling across the nation. I'm Danielle Lille NatWest radio network. Hey, SRO judiciary committee is calling. Surpreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh back. Senators want to hear from him on Monday amid accusations from Dr Christine Blasi Ford that he assaulted her while they were in high school ABC's Terry Moran with more what it is going to boil down to at the end of the day, though, is what the lawyers call a swearing contest. A comparison of the credibility of two individuals her word against his there are more flood warnings in parts of North Carolina after all of the rain from Florence ABC's. Eva pilgrim is in Lumberton and most recent numbers are in get this guy's Florence dumped more than eight trillion. Gallons of water North Carolina. And you see a lot of it's still sitting here. The storm now blamed for thirty two deaths when a string of natural gas explosions went off north of Boston last week the pressure in the gas lines was reported twelve times what it should have been. That's what ficials from the gas company of now told to senators from Massachusetts one person died in the blasts. Michelle Franzen ABC news. Musburger..
Rap song featuring LeBron James, Kevin Durant from 2011 released
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"troodos" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
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"troodos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Line that really stuck out for me from from troodos news or was he's he's explicitly calling this a turning point in the us canadian relationship i mean going down the line what what does that mean well yeah i mean you know one of the things he said that if it consulting way didn't he he didn't need that defense minister did consulting to consider canada national security threat remember that's the guys of these terrorists tariffs on steel and aluminum is hurting american national security and critical bat an insult to the canadian soldiers have died along puppy us moore's forever i mean that's a pretty strong card declare so i think that trudeau has been trying to build and remind americans of hannity relationship you know a lot of americans don't know canada number one expert market you know something like the thirty or so state of dependence of candidates their top export market like big deal and so it's not all bad i think the course of trump taking office is sort of force canada not be asleep at the switch and go round members of congress and other people and remind them that this is a partnership that is that is working for at least from the canadian view but i if if candidates isn't going to be exempt from tariffs with all that it has going for it in terms of trump's view trade fairly balanced trade big buyer of us steel big buyer view is good overall then no one's going to be exempted i think people are just frustrated.
"troodos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Move those negotiations along now while like lower level bureaucrats continued to talk but no we have no ministerial meeting scheduled there's not a lot of hope on on a quick after grooming right now know the most remarkable thing that press conference was was trudeau i was asked what does this mean for nafta and he opened the door to some of the higher level talk had happened and said he was actually planning to being watched in a couple of days ago to to try to seal the deal with trump to me with trauma to bang out what do you call the decent win win win agreement was sort of a final stages and he said mike pants call them on tuesday and said you know this meaning can only happen if you agree to a sunset clause which would kill nafta after five years unless all three countries agree to it and pretty much everyone but the trump administration thinks that the stupid idea including like the chamber of commerce so no i'm never gonna agree to that and in all clap so what we have here these two leaders really digging in trump thank you won't sign and after that doesn't have as trump sunset clause sounds like laws and trudeau saying he will never signed an after that has a sunset clause so true answer incidentally looks like it caught trump attention he responded with a written statement saying there'd be fair and after for the us are known after at all he slept on it woke up still to be angry tweeted about it so so we you know it's just a drinking from a fire hose i guess the the line that really stuck out for me from from troodos news or was he's he's explicitly calling this a turning point in the us canadian relationship i mean going down the line what what does that mean well yeah i mean you know one of the things he said that if it consulting in eating us defense minister did consulting to consider canada national security threat remember that's the guys of these terrorists tariffs on steel and aluminum is hurting american national security and critical bat an insult to the came folders upon died along puppy us and moore's forever i mean that's a pretty strong card to play so.
"troodos" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"For many of you have acknowledged that you're paying a little bit more gasoline what are you paying for gas i don't know two eighty to ninety a gallon well it could be going higher we're going to talk about why gasoline prices could be going higher in the coming months then we've got some good news as it relates to opiates and then finally the third story will cover in the first hour second hour of our show today is why high flying us home prices are seen getting just yet another jolt hi everybody it's barry and chuck with you here on a thursday morning and i want to talk about is oil the president has promised to scrap the iran nuclear deal now he is being influenced chuck by every president macron a lot of people are trying to talk about you know you you have the president of france trying to talk about angela merkel's gonna become becoming over next week i believe chat with him as well you have i was trying to talk into it yeah i mean you've got troodos like yeah blow it up you've got you've got voices on both sides that are talking to him about it there's i put it probably a fifty fifty chance that he's scraps i think he probably does but i don't think anyone really knows for sir no i clearly nobody knows but our our poll question is do you think the president will now i want to make sure he understand the question not whether he should scrap the iran nuclear deal but do you think he will because politically it's going to be very unpopular well it's something that's going to raise the price of oil and therefore the price of gas heading into midterm elections speculation folks is that it could raise the price of gasoline.
"troodos" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And narratives and lessons for movies it's a movie it's entertainment it's not reality just enjoy it sounds like you know score one for jennifer warned south i appreciate that comment it's almost as if she's a complex individual with opinions that deri's fairly bleh no no no no no no he's done in in a nice little box of cheaper what about that which is anybody have any declaration does not look particularly negative might have it might have some of the camp e action film fun i'd but it's a story line and plot wise it looks really dum now for everybody incident so far does no it was not of the i do have a synopsis if anyone is go for it dr paul kersee is a surgeon who often sees the consequences of the city's violence in the emergency room that win home in troodos intruders brutally attacked his wife and young daughter cristy becomes obsessed with delivering a vigilante justice to the perpetrators as the anonymous lanes grabbed the media's attention to public begins you wonder if the deadly avenger is a guardian angel or the grim reaper himself and i understand this is a remake of a movie that i did not have any idea existed is this surge in in the old one till or is that new i am not sure i dunno i have you either have you seen the original death west oh my gosh long long time and i was yeah love so long ago that i don't remember a detail late two thousand olympic bronze on nuts down doesn't say do you have their what the original what the studio is putting the so uh the studio that's putting this new and putting death which out it's the state's duty of the did the.
"troodos" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is things that are in his power he's fall through has been troodos word but the one area and greg garrison talked a little bit about this he does a course a special segment twice a week with checks on the right that he allows the distractions to do what they're intended which is distract him mr president europe to respond every criticism under the sauna twice people do it they know they're going to trigger response part of being the president whether you're clinton or a bomb our bush or now trump or any president in the history of the country you're going to be criticised you're going to be criticize a much of its going to be unfair that's just a part of being in elected office much less being the president of the united states criticism comes with the territory as taylor swift says shake it off you just go at the flow the worst thing you can do when somebody criticises eu is let them know that it's getting to you just laugh about it have a little fun with it because the criticism is not going to stop whether you respond to it or not and so why would you give why would you give your adversaries the joy of knowing they're getting to you she said that that headline though potential senate candidate kid rock criticizes eminem work for uh for attacking president trump at a good upper frasier but it was just like wow what a world in my living in and as the as the the the headlines set of or the ah the comments about the headline can you imagine going back to two thousand five and showing yourself this headline djukic is epoch do our world but it's like the norm now like yeah but of course a bit of course trump's the president of course a months putting some sort of validity on eminem's common about him and of course.
"troodos" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A legal is the second reverse to barack obama's health care reforms in less than a day president trump signed an executive order to let small companies by cheaper plans with fewer benefits the combined moves a light to greatly increased costs democrat severe acted furiously the lead in the senate chunk shima said mr trump i'm used a wrecking bull to rip apart the healthcare system the president of mexico and rikke pain and yet and the canadian prime minister justin trudeau have said that both trying to secure a renegotiation of the north american free trade agreement that benefited all three signatories talks on the treaty of being hailed in the united states and on wednesday president trump said he was ready to strike a bilateral deal with canada if no progress was made mr troodos stressed that he wanted to see a deal that included all three members as we move forward with renegotiations we will continue to work toward our shared goal of a win win win agreement to ensure that the new provisions are fair and beneficial to all three parties involved a comprehensive study has found that twenty five million people each year dyin pain because they do not have access to morphine this represents nearly half of all global deaths each year and he's the poll and those in less developed countries who are disproportionately affected the study found that while some rich countries op based paint klis are abused in poorer ones they of virtually unobtainable it recommends that all countries put in place a relatively inexpensive package and effective palliative care one of the oath is professor feliciano said this wouldn't cost much our calculation at the cost of closing the gap in access to pain relief globally as one hundred forty five million dollars a year which is a fraction at the operating costs that a mediumsize hostile on the united states world news from the bbc firefighters in northern california are continuing their battle to bring under control the numerous blazes that have bird for five days more than thirty people are known to have died in the deadliest fires in california is history special teams have been brought in.
"troodos" Discussed on KQED Radio
"From our meal numerous roof for bbc news president trump has said that you've talks to reform the north american free trade agreement for you he could envisage a new trade pact between just the us and canada freezing out mexico speaking of the white house with visiting canadian prime minister justin trudeau mr trump's at both the us and canada wanted to protect their workers have been opposed to nafta for a long time in terms of the fairness of nafta i said will renegotiate and i mean i think gestion understands this if we can make a deal it will become that'll be fun maybe that won't be necessary it has to be fair though cutters but mr troodos said it was imperative to get a good enough to do you for all three countries the current round of talks and renegotiating the trade bloc is reported to be stalling spain's prime minister mariano rajoy has given the leader of the catalan authorities five days to clarify whether the region has declared independence since for you to do so good c madrid invoke a constitutional clause and reassert direct ruling done a bihar reports article one five five of the spanish constitution has been described as the central government's nuclear option it's never been used before and marianna wreck hoist seems keen to show he's not rushing to triggering he told parliament in madrid that if the catalan leader called puzder mon confirms that catellani did declare independence or doesn't taunsa he'll be given an ultimatum to revoke the declaration by next thursday failure to do so could see direct ruling imposed the proindependence speaker of the catalan parliament's come folk could d'elia has warned against such a measure she sure large numbers of people would be prepared to defend catalan selfgovernments pope francis says roman catholic teaching must contain a prohibition on the death penalty the pope said that no matter how serious the crime capital punishment is inadmissible because it denies the possibility redemption his goal comes of the twentyfifth anniversary of the publication of the catechism of the catholic church containing the church's teachings kenya's electoral commission says all eight candidates who part in the cancel the presidential poll in august we'll be allowed to contest the rerun on october the 26th this includes the opposition leader rhino dhingra who withdrew on tuesday originally he was the.
"troodos" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"As an actual dividingline between said austrohungarian an islamic areas and they don't get along great down there if you rent a car in northern cyprus you cannot drive it to southern cyprus i don't know the same thing also applies to his scooter uh there's lots of well as hiking to do that the disease mountain range call the troodos mountains seat t r o l d o s mountains and who knows what his life i don't know how i'm gonna get there cab is ah is to fight for a cab they don't have buses is it might end to end up being a little bit a hitchhiking which i do like to do just because the cannery reaffirms a kind of reaffirms mine faith in humankind and it i think it's evaluate valuable exercise probably a lot safer there than here my brother by the way is currently in jerusalem he is a very spiritual guy to divinity school and he went with his daughter and he i guess he had a pretty brutal flight over some happened in toronto and he didn't get there that night mr day i don't know what happened and and now he's trying to do it economically but he ditched sent me a picture of uh him in the garden of guests that many which is just outside the walls of the old city down in the key john valley which is where jesus is reported to have spent the night before his before he was killed and iraq by the brian i think so you might wanna cats me up on that very interesting it's right between old city and then in the mount of olives brian's been there actually and he probably went to the garden of guess nominee i cannot imagine he wouldn't and my brother also went to don't know the name of the roman is the roma's supposedly the actual last scupper supper happened that's the kind of thing about jerusalem and i can tell you that my bro as uh kinda haggard 'cause he's got to be high in jerusalem in august as a matter of fact i know it is i am i can't wait to hear his stories six 175 410 thirty i like your stories as well times up north korea is a.
"troodos" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"On the other hand look at nafta we were going to leave nafta we haven't left nafta partly i think it's because mr troodos charmed the pants off the president just like mr desert a has pretty much everyone and he as auxiliary but they did it to again you don't know what's going to come from one day to the next because it depends who the whom the president meets but the end of the day we you know nafta hasn't been changed yet and even with tpp says he'll renegotiating says at halfheartedly i grant you but there's something deeper in this country about that and quite honestly you know dare try the president present obama did try to explain why tpp was import and fell on deaf ears there's something going on here that's exceedingly troubling in my view and the problem is and this gets of kind of the larger catastrophe i think that is looming it which is done i can agree on certain policies that it hasn't been as bad as when things and that's part of something that's inherent to trump which is he gets grated on a curve right so we always think of what it could have been how bad it could be in fact it's not that bad it's like okay things are okay right he hasn't new someone yeah right all right as i said i mean okay you're right amee mike flynn only lasted three weeks rudy giuliani's not the secretary of state he has kept the iran deal he's uh you know hasn't pulled us out a nafta he hasn't gone to war with five different countries he hasn't totally cavedin to russia i mean it's all the all the fact that these sort of semi reverting to the mean that he gets huge credit but i think that the the truth is we are headed into a period of domestic.