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US Troops to Leave Afghanistan on 20th Anniversary of 9/11
"The washington post broke the news. That president biden plans to withdraw. Us troops from afghanistan by september eleventh. A twenty twenty one. That's the twentieth anniversary of the nine. Eleven attacks biden is expected to officially announce this news on wednesday fourteen. So the day this this episode comes out. There's currently between twenty five hundred thirty five hundred. Us troops in afghanistan. And there's up to seven thousand international mostly nato troops. It sounds like biden's team landed on this withdrawal date in this decision. Because they know they can't meet the may one us troop withdrawal deadline that was negotiated by trump. But these peace talks that they've been trying to push forward are still going nowhere so they seem to think that by announcing the eleventh date they can split the difference they can delay the withdrawal which at this point is probably logistically impossible but not provoked the taliban into resuming attacks on us forces. Ben i'm guessing that all these nato forces will come out shortly after the. Us forces do because they rely on us for a lot of logistical support. There was a line in this post story. That said that some. Us counterterrorism assets will be positioned outside of afghanistan to remain capable of striking extremist groups in the country. I assume that's talking about some sort of drone based nearby. I don't know so. I guess my reaction to this news is i am extremely worried about what happens after we withdraw. But that. I think this is the right decision. Like so i worry. The taliban could gain territory. I worry about the stability of the afghan government. but i've also seen no evidence that a continued. Us presence will help solve those problems. And i've seen some people argue that the us being there actually makes everything worse. Any thoughts from you on this policy decision or the symbolism of trying to tie this withdrawal deadline to the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven. Yeah i mean. I think first of all people in particular progressives should understand that this is like a really big and bold decision by joe biden. Yes trump's at the deadline but trump said it like as he was walking out the door and you did not remove all troops and. That's the huge step. The big step is to get to two zero troops so this is not just an extension of trump biden had to be the one to take that decision and i'm certain that the military was cautioning against it. I'm certain that people were warning probably correctly that there's all kinds of negative scenarios could play out.
Biden says "no need" for Trump to still receive intel briefings
"About former president Trump Biden, in an interview of CBS News, says Trump, being privy to intelligence briefings raises the possibility he quote might slip and say something because of his erratic behavior. Trump has to actually request in intelligence briefing before receiving one I'm Derek Dennis. ABC
President Biden calls for unity in Inauguration Day message
"Ronn Owens simply put. I feel so much better about this country today better than I felt in the last four years. It's not the president Biden is on evident by any means. But he is genuine. His calls for unity and respect our sincere and much needed. I think you made an excellent gesture yesterday when he promised he would be president for all Americans, saying, I will fight his hard for those who didn't support me as those who did. What a breath of fresh air Unlike Trump, Biden doesn't approach politics is a blood sport. As he said in his inaugural address. Politics doesn't have to be a raging fire, destroying everything in its path. Every disagreement doesn't have to be cause for total war. Watching the laying of the wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Yesterday, I was struck by the unity exemplified by the presence of three of the living. Former presidents Obama, Bush and Clinton joined Biden and Vice President Harris for the traditional Inauguration day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, of course, have been political disagreements between them over the years, but it's important to note how they've risen above them and shown the United for the country. Last night, I interviewed Kate Anderson Brower, author of Team of five, the President's Club in the age of Trump. She did in depth research and the most exclusive club in the world. Exploring how former presidents stay in touch with one another, and at times offer their advice to their successors. She made it clear that no matter what Trump wouldn't be a member after leaving office And it wouldn't be because of his political beliefs, but his lack of character it somehow, you know that when he finishes his term or terms, Joe Biden will be
Germany to extend virus shutdown until mid-February
"Germany today extended its covid lockdown until mid february amid renewed concerns about corona virus. Mutations that make it spread more
Trump, Biden briefed on Nashville explosion preceded by warning
"Found human remains near the site of explosion this morning in downtown Nashville. Meanwhile, President Trump has been briefed on the blast. NBC's Aaron Khutor ski has more splintered debris littered downtown Nashville after an RV exploded in what police called an intentional act. A warning message blared from the vehicle prior to the explosion and police move people away. There were few injuries, but several buildings sustained structural damage, including an 18. Building, knocking out service in Nashville and surrounding areas. A security camera showed the RV arriving downtown just before 1 30 in the morning local time a few hours before it blew up. President elect Joe Biden has also been briefed. It's still
"trump biden" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
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Trump, Biden mark Veterans Day 2020 at wreath-laying events in Arlington, Washington, DC and Philadelphia
"Brief track to Arlington National Cemetery. That's where the president placed a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier. First Lady Melania Trump. Vice president Mike Pence's wife, Karen, joined the president at the cemetery. Joe Biden later wreath during a ceremony at the Philadelphia Korean War memorial at Penn's landing. He also tweeted about Veterans Day, saying he would be a commander in chief who respect Her sacrifice, George's secretary of state says there will be a
Trump, Biden mark Veterans Day
"President trump and president elect Biden have both marked veterans day at Arlington National Cemetery the president was at the tomb of the unknowns saluting in a soaking rain he did not speak at the annual observance and has not made any remarks in nearly a week while refusing to concede the election to bite it the president elect visited the Korean War memorial in Philadelphia where he greeted some families he is not expected to make public remarks today after saying yesterday the president's refusal to concede is an embarrassment Sager mag ani Washington
Armed Trump supporters deny election results, rally in Oregon
"Trump pushed back against Joe Biden being declared the winner. News NATIONS Felisha Bolton is in the newsroom with a closer look at these protests. Felisha The colon. Aaron supporters of President Trump gathered in organs capital this weekend as part of a nationwide stop the steel rally rejecting the election results as the evening approach in Salem yesterday, tensions rose between demonstrators from both sides and this video. You can see protesters and counter protesters pushing, even shoving each other at times. At one point and appears a man wearing proud boys gear, pepper sprays, a woman and the crowd. He claimed that woman is a part of antifa. Demonstrators in the crowd who support the president say they're upset about the election's outcome and that they are suspicious of its integrity. Other supporters of President Trump said they believe the results were caused outright by voter fraud and criticize organs vote by mail system. Others said the race should not be called until every vote was counted. I personally checked my own ballot sadism. My belt hasn't even been counted yet. Organ is considered a blues day. Do you know how much that fears for me Police declared unlawful assembly and cleared the area out. At least five people were arrested on the organ secretary of State's website. It says Joe Biden's win an organ is definite. By the leads by 375,000 boats with less than 70,000 left account. That means even if every single remaining vote was for President Trump, Biden still wins. Aurea As for claims of voter fraud and the state last month, the state's nonpartisan legislative fiscal office found that nearly 61 million ballots cast by mail over the past 20 years. There were just 38 instances of voter fraud in Ohio. No issues were reported at today's
President-elect Joe Biden declares "clear victory" and calls for unity
"Theme in this address, unity and healing, saying the people of the nation have spoken and they have delivered the Biden Harris ticket in his words, ah, clear in convincing victory. Raising his wife, Jill Biden, who just joined him on stage and the Biden family and job right now, Hunt hugging his son, Hunter, Biden and the members of his family, praising his wife, Jill, reaching out specifically in this speech to educators, saying they'd now have one of them in the White House. Biden also touching on the coalition of people who came together to work for him and get him elected. Black, Latino and native communities, the LGBTQ community and giving a special shadow to the black community, saying that they stepped up and had his back and he would have theirs for those who voted for President Trump. Biden said he understands the disappointment. But he urged America to give each other a chance. Put away the harsh rhetoric and lower the temperature as to going on to say opponents or not enemies. They are Americans, as he did last night. It is 8 57. We have much more coming up in the news
Northern battlegrounds could hold key to Trump-Biden outcome
"A day after the presidential election the outcome remains unclear really this morning at the White House we will win this and we as far as I'm concerned we already have the president claiming he has won several key states that are not yet decided and charging Democrats are trying to steal that he's threatening legal action to stop outstanding ballots from being counted so every vote is counted every ballot is counted Joe Biden's campaign is blasting the president's threat as outrageous and incorrect the president held several battlegrounds including Ohio and Florida but neither man has hit the two hundred seventy electoral votes needed to claim the White House with Wisconsin Michigan and Pennsylvania I'm on the outstanding prices Sager mag ani Washington
The Latest: Trump, Biden fight for Florida
"Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden along with his running mate hit battleground states on election day democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden using a megaphone greeting supporters outside a polling venue in what he calls a very key city the president very tight ends running mate also won a battleground state Kamilla Harris tells voters in Michigan that the huge turnout across the country favors the Democrats when we I'm sure we have learned
Trump, Biden await results
"The two presidential candidates are spending the race's final day in different ways after a final flurry of rallies a gravelly voice president trump made a brief trip to his campaign headquarters just outside Washington thanking staffers and saying the numbers he's seeing look good we have a great night in Pennsylvania Joe Biden was in his hometown of Scranton visiting his boyhood house A. Anderson bows great poll show Biden has more paths to victory than the president but he's not celebrating just yet good it overflowed sadr make ani Washington
Trump, Biden feeling good about chances
"The polls are open this election day and both president trump and Joe Biden say they like their chances the president says he has a solid chance of winning just look at his rally crowds the past few days I think it's the ultimate goal amid concerns he might declare early victory the president tells fox and friends he'll only do that when there is victory that there's no reason to play games while he was at the White House one zero one by didn't was in Pennsylvania the key to his White House hopes to run through the tape and you guys always one hundred million Americans voted before today Kalanick those ballots will likely slow the official tallies maybe four days Sager make ani Washington
Asian markets follow Wall Street higher ahead of election
"Asian markets following Wall Street higher as investors await US election result Mark's in Shanghai, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Seoul, all advancing traders betting that if challenger Joe Biden unseats President Trump Biden might push for a bigger U. S economic stimulus that also would Require support in the Senate, where control also will depend on the outcome of the
Trump, Biden crisscross Midwestern battleground states
"It's Election day. Voters who haven't already cast a ballot will be heading to the polls. ABC is Mark Bremer lard in the battleground state of Pennsylvania. Both Biden and President Trump have been laser focused on states just like this one. Pennsylvania is expected to play a critical role in the election. Though it's not expected. We'll know the results for this state today. And it's not exactly clear when we will, but to stress how important Pennsylvania maybe a B C's partners at Fivethirtyeight give this state a nearly 40% chance of being the state that tips the
Trump, Biden duel in Pennsylvania as campaign winds down
"President trump and Joe Biden are dueling for votes and what's emerged as perhaps the elections key battleground in Biden's hometown hello scrap hello Pennsylvania the president is looking for a repeat win they're accusing bided abandoning his native state workers at the same time thirty miles outside Pittsburgh is go time to March the day Biden tried to shore blue collar voters who helped trump win last time that he has their backs not the president you can see what family like yours and mine have gone through a blighted win in Pennsylvania would sharply narrowed the president's path to re election saga remained on the Washington
Trump, Biden in final campaign sprint
"President trump and Joe Biden are making their final pitches before election day one more day in Cleveland where he's hoping a strong democratic turnout can help flip Ohio it's time for Donald Trump to pack his bags and go home as Biden spoke the president was holding the first of five rallies today in another battleground to North Carolina I don't think is a clue you can vote whoever you want he is again threatening legal action to stop ballots sent it up to three days after tomorrow from being counted in states like Pennsylvania perhaps this year's biggest battleground both men will be there later today pushing for its twenty electoral votes without them the president has a much narrower shot at a second term Sager made Connie Washington
Trump, Biden to hit battlegrounds on campaigns' last full day
"Joe Biden has been working to boost black turnout in the White House campaign's final days while Democrats have been urging voting by mail by that's appealing to black supporters to vote in person tomorrow at denounced president trump's virus pandemic handling that is a mass casualty event in the black community the president says it's a community for which Biden's done nothing for years the Democrat party what do you think of their decades of news Biden's hoping a strong black turnout tomorrow in Atlanta Philadelphia and other places could boost his chances Sager mag ani Washington
"trump biden" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"Call on the determine the winner of the presidential election and they and they wrote the therefore her participation. In this case, quote would be catastrophic to the delicate foundation of integrity and public confidence upon which the judiciary sets and quote. So I'm very hopeful that she does not You know let's see to that as we've gone through on this podcast before the level or refusal is quite high and only justices can make the the personal individual justice can make that decision I think we've talked before about Scalia Standard on this. And nothing about this requests meets the level at which amy conybeare would or should recuse herself. But then you get to the question of you know which side of the court and not four four split to she'd come down on and it's going to be a potentially, very, very big first opinion that she is involved with. One last thought here, the the other thing bill that jumped out at me about the Monday decision from Wisconsin is a part of Neal. Gorsuch is Justice Neal Gorsuch is a period where he explains is essentially why he ruled the way he did and what he said essentially is Wisconsin's ballot deadline is November third and it's the same deadline in thirty other states. So are we at a let Wisconsin bub there's and then? Federal courts federal lawsuits will come in thirty other states will have thirty other cases like this You know, why did the judge bumped the deadline six days and not three days or ten days and his argument essentially he goes on to say you know some judges might WanNa start fiddling with the precinct maps and adding polling places. Argument essentially is that these are decisions that ought to be made by the legislature that's accountable to the people that has. More resources to do fact finding and that engages in the political compromises. Agree entire look think most decisions. That's what the whole fight about it aiming. Barrett's about should be Are Manton Free Society to be made by the elected representatives of the American people and this is no different I do think down the road depending on what happens we may need some federal legislation to again I'm a big believer in states' rights and a lot of leeway. Lot of leeway for states and a lot of different things. But on a federal election I, think we have to have some basic ground rules I mean I think we're seeing already the problems of so much early voting the confusion. I think there's something to the day of having people vote that day and providing for people who legitimately can't do it for travel but. That should be the exception and not the rule NS should be part. You know if you're a citizen, the least you can do is show up on election day. So I'd like to see more of the rules surrounding it, reflect that that truth and also I think the American people deserve a result election evening and were not likely to have one this year. and. That that just undermines the credibility of elections on either side. Especially, if election eve shows one victor in later, it's It's given to the other person and probably in very contentious setting, you know like the Chad counting in two thousand with Bush Gore election that's just not good for our democracy. Yeah, well, building on that and and on Kyle's point, I would imagine this scenario you know Kyle mentioned gorsuch is opinion talking about you know what about the identical deadlines and thirty other states imagine this scenario imagine that you get a result in a number of close states it is very close..
"trump biden" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"Yeah I thought it was a good ruling and I thought the the most interesting part You know this was the pre Amy Coney Barrett ruling. So it's five two three. Five two, three vote and I think I think it was the right decision and I think Brad Kavanagh in a very long footnote made a very important point. About, this about going ahead, which is about The state about the relationship between state courts and federal courts in an election, and he points out that the the Federal Courts Authority over the state election losses different right the state courts don't have I think he said a blank check to rewrite state election laws for federal elections. So I thought that was a very interesting probably the most interesting part of the decision I mean the larger point is I think the the states are inviting chaos in many ways and that's going to affect would people perceive as the legitimacy of the election but to me the most important point of this was a bread Kavanagh's. Extensive footnote which I think was exactly right I I agree that that footnote jumped out at me and This result in Wisconsin was the opposite of the case last week involving Pennsylvania with their the Pennsylvania Supreme Court had issued an order extending the ballot deadline three days and the court split four, four that. So the footnote, from Cavanaugh, I read as explaining why he was one of the four who voted to overturn it and the swing vote. There was, of course, the Chief Justice John Roberts who in his own opinion on Monday explained that he thinks these are different things he thinks that federal courts. Should stay out near an election should stay out of intervening to upend election rules. But that states federal courts need to give states a little bit more leeway to run their own election rules as the constitution gives them the authority to do. But now it seems to be Kim that the the question is up to justice Barrett because. Pennsylvania Republicans are back at the Supreme Court asking again. That the justices take the case in issue a ruling before Election Day. Yeah, they can do that because what people forget is that what the Supreme Court ruled on in Pennsylvania last time around was a request for an injunction for basically to to require the with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to stand down and they didn't really go through the merits. The case now Republicans are back asking them to to look at this on on the merits and. Watch this space Amy conybeare. It was Kinda first full day on Tuesday on the Supreme Court was immediately greeted by a petition from a county in Pennsylvania asking her demanding that she recused herself from the case for many election related case and I mean they were kind of naked in their threat on this saying that she needed to stand down because President Donald Trump had said that nominating her was going to be really important In case, the Supreme Court had to to look to..
"trump biden" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"More serious about those samples that bill was talking about but just a one last thing because I would I would push back just a tiny bit on the whole in stride. STRAIGHT ARGUMENT PEOPLE FORGET THAT DONALD TRUMP won with three hundred and four electoral votes. Okay. He had a cushion. So actually for Donald Trump to win this time, he doesn't have to replicate what he did. Last time all he's got to do is hold Arizona. which is a traditional republican state, hold Florida and North Carolina Ditto and bring home. For instance Pennsylvania now is still potentially a tall order. Yes but is it as hard as what you just described not at all and so I think that you know again clear politics averages and and remember that it doesn't have to play exactly the same way it did twenty sixteen. What do we make of the idea that you sometimes here bill about? That the polls are off because there are so called shy trump voters I mean what's what's behind that and do you buy that argument? I think they're probably some shy trump voters. Again, the question is, how many is it? Is it half a percent is three percent is at five percent You know where I am in new, Jersey don't see too many signs and you know it would be socially Gauche to put one up. So I, I can see a lot of people being intimidated here I mean there are a lot of trump voters who aren't shy voters. In, say more rural areas but I think there for example, if you had a biden sticker on your car or trump sticker on your car where which one would be more likely to be keyed or vandalized. So I think there's something to it but I again I think it's just one factor one unknown one variable among many I'm I'm still wondering are are they are the samples taking into account? The rural areas are they taken in to account would seems to be a more positive approach to trump in the American community particularly among men I mean that could be taken into account that many maybe people might. Prefer Biden but won't show up for him I. Think there's just so many different factors that can affect it that we don't really know and I think the pollster that comes the closest to this I I think is going to be more lucky than a genius because I just think there's so many of them will the people who people who delve into polling say a couple of things about the show by trump theory. One is that if voters were shy about telling upholster. A live person on the end of the phone line that they support trump than polls done online in more anonymous settings. Should show higher support, but there does not seem to be a gap like that between phone polling and online polling..
"trump biden" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"We are now six days from November third and the early ballots are continuing to drive and pile up at local elections. Offices so far about seventy three, million people have voted according to the US elections project which it says is more than half of the total turn out in two thousand sixteen and in some states, the figure is quite a bit higher it's sixty eight percent, Arizona, seventy two and Florida seventy, six in North Carolina Seventy, seven percent in Georgia. Kim Do you think that those big early voting numbers tell us much other than that. This is going to be an election like none other. I just don't know and Dino that's not a very satisfying answer but I don't think any of us can no I actually read in center around two colleagues yesterday this kind of interesting analysis from Sean Trende yet at Rotor cler politics making the case that the reason that this doesn't tell us much is just because there are so many variables You know on the one hand you could look at this and say, look at the vast number of ballots coming in this is going to. Be, an unprecedented turnout election and therefore guests who that help or hurt except for. We don't really know that many of the people who are turning in early ballots people that were committed voters that were going to go show up at the polls on election day Instead they've turned it in by mail, and so you just don't have many people at the polls on the day of, and then you also don't know when those folks because you've had a lot of people for instance, looking at this saying. The number of ballots return by Republicans versus the number of ballots turned out by Democrats, and what does that mean but you don't really know again because WHO's going to show up on election day and how does that then change the tally? So I, I mean I I know everyone is very keen to try to be gleaning some analysis out of all of this I just don't think it gets very far but it does seem to inject some uncertainty into the the election. been part of the art of polling is figuring out estimating who the. is going to be going to show up and vote. In what proportions in which states and I I agree with him that I it's it's not clear to me what the early voting numbers mean because we don't know how many of those people are new how many of those people are would've ordinarily voted on election day or whether there's going to be large election day turnout as well bill and so I mean it seems to me that it makes it really hard abnormally hard to try to figure out in advance what what what to expect here. I agree your first point and think is is very important. I mean in any election. One of the problems with polls is not that they're dishonest or rigged. It's at the nature polling involves a lot of guesswork the actual analysis of the data you have you know you go out and interview people and so forth. That's pretty straightforward but the accuracy of the poll comes down to some guesswork about your sample I mean the key is the people who get it right are the people whose polling sample reflects. The people who actually vote that you have them in these in the representative samples. That's very hard to do in involves some conjecture we don't you know just because someone's four. Donald trump or four Joe Biden. We don't know if they're actually going to turn turn out and when it comes down to categories very different..
"trump biden" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"From the opinion pages of the Wall Street Journal this this is Potomac Watch welcome back a another notable exchange at least in my mind was on healthcare with. President Trump essentially saying that. Joe Biden wants to bring socialized medicine to America. And Biden saying the reason I had such a fight with twenty candidates for the nomination was I support private insurance? Kim What did you make of Of that. Exchange. It was very interesting because the first thing that you come across Sarah's Joe Biden's spent a lot of time throughout the night distancing himself in the progressives in as party at one point he actually looked at the president. He says I, don't think you know who you're running against. You know I beat all these other guys I'm not those guys. Left unsaid and unfortunately left onset by president as well to the president said, you want bring socialized medicine Joe Biden's response was well no I. Don't I. WanNa have private health care with the public option. Well, that is an essence acknowledging he wants socialized mess it. What is the public option? IS GOVERNMENT RUN HEALTHCARE? And had. The president maybe been a little bit more adept on that response to this ban exactly that and to point out that when you stand up an institution like a public option that you are giving the government, the ability to crowd out private insurers. So you get to the same place anyway, you get to Medicare for all is just on an installment plan and also to point out that this was Joe Biden's piece that he made with the progressives was to agree to some moderation or version of of private healthcare with a public option that would get us to Medicare for all. So. We'll see how voters take that but I thought that it was pretty powerful when the president just simply said, not that one scary thing which was you know he wants to take away your private insurance and and that is something that you. You know a lot of folks from union households to anyone who works with any private insurance gets very nervous about in the big mistake there in my mind on Biden's part was he went on to say that under his plan, not one single person would lose their insurance nor did they under obamacare which bill just is not true. There were who lost their plans under obamacare. Yet, will I think that was a great weakness of Joe Biden, overall in the evening, he said some things that were flatly not true such as that he had never said He was for a ban on fracking never use the word superpredators and so forth and that no one had lost health and the these are sort of refutable things and he said so in the days going forward, I think that's something that the president trump could use, and this was just one of them and I think it comes from the fact that this is how he's not had to face tough. Questions really since he wrapped up the Democratic nomination. So the danger that he has set He's just given the trump campaign a lot of fuel for ads in the last two weeks. You know it's kind of like to me. It's Kinda like a basketball team if you sit on your lead. You could win but there's also a chance you lose the momentum and I'm not sure that's happened but I think that Joe. Biden said many questionable things that may put him on the defensive in the final days before the election while the point on on fracking is interesting I mean as you say, he he denied he said run the tape essentially..
"trump biden" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"This was Donald Trump's best defense so far that he has ever made of his handling of the virus and I think it came down to a couple of different pieces. You know first of all, he made clear to remind everyone that this is a global problem. Everyone is dealing with this. You know he said it's A. Terrible virus. It's happening every country sort of in a way to sort of say we're not unique in in handling this. Also making the case that you know will the actions that he took shutting down the border and actually engaging in lockdown which the the scientists had said was good. But pointing out the we can't do that again that we do have to. figure out how to coexist with this for a period of time and I think most Americans understand this very few people wanna go back to the lockdown cat home no school no work out of jobs. You know nothing I mean it's simply not tenable, and then he said look know and then to the extent that were doing something the vaccines are coming. You know we're on track hopefully, emergency authorization within a couple of weeks. We've got the logistical ability to get it out there. So. Know I thought that that was a pretty good combination of things because it kind of reflects reality and on the other hand I thought Joe Biden had a tough couple of moments when he was pressed by the moderator which by the way surprise me that he was on shutdowns. Because this has become a kind of toxic issue he knows it which is why. He kind of danced around. It will maybe or maybe M. parts of the country maybe not overall because he knows that that word has become something a lot of American voters don't want to hear a yeah I agree and what? What is the Biden Alternative Agenda or or plan here I mean. There were two things that I saw one is encouraging people to wear masks more often social distancing I mean in my view that's a good thing. And then working with Congress to pass a bigger relief bill the one that is passed something. The one that's been stalemated here for a while but that's that's all that I saw him really putting forth concrete in what he said was. What he said was. When the question of lockdowns came up he said that he would shut down the virus, not the country and bill. I can't be the only one sitting on my couch thinking you'll what does that? What do you mean by that right now I I the the irony is I think when? When Vice President Pence was asked this question he pointed out that the Biden plan going forward is in fact a lot like the trump plan going forward. So again, I'm with Cam I think it's a tough question because a lot of Americans have died and so forth. But I think the president did a pretty good job as good a job as explaining why they did what they. Did and I. I'm not sure how persuasive Mr Biden was..
"trump biden" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"So the second and final debate of the twenty, twenty presidential race was held on Thursday about ninety minutes in Nashville, and before we get into some of the specific subject matter that was. That was brought up. Any overall thoughts on how each side did bill and whether all the turmoil over the mute button was warranted in the end. Yeah. Look I. I actually liked the new format in that sense I like being able to hear them I still found the moderator a bit imperious. A lot of times when I thought it was getting interesting She would interrupt and say, but my question is s and on I don't really care about her questions I'd rather hear what the candidates think. Is Important but overall I think most people thought it was an improvement because they could actually hear what the candidates are saying and we got some interesting information from it I guess I'd agree with that having the the opposition mute during the opening statements seemed at least in my mind to set the tone for the back and forth and Kim president trump. Clearly pulled back a little bit from his stance in the first debate, and this was maybe as focused and on messages I've seen him. Yeah and that's why I actually personally think that the mute button didn't make any difference at all because I think both of the candidates came out of that first debate in which everybody agreed that they were both awful and were determined coming into this one to do it very differently and you saw that in a you know Joe Biden at in Donald Trump who was probably one of the more restrained performances I have seen him give but it was by would argue what? was called for this event, not just to to make a contrast from the last time around. But because this was the president's last opportunity to face the nation and also to try to challenge Joe Biden to answer some questions on his policy and vision, which the press corps has pretty much failed to do, and Joe Biden has failed to answer and so by by not having the bickering and by going in pretty prepared the president did finally manage to get some of those. Out in front of the And try to draw that choice rather than the Biden strategy making this a referendum on him and his handling of one issue Cova. The opening topic was was exactly that was covid nineteen. So maybe that's the place to start. With president trump trying to defend his. Record of his handling of the pandemic and Biden essentially trying to lay the whole thing at trump's feet..
"trump biden" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast
"Backwards Explosive Al Franken podcast debate preview with President. Trump and vice president biden. I'd like to go to this report about hundred Biden's computer files that seem to have been passed from the Russians to the president's attorney Rudy Giuliani. Oh. Can you believe that passing off garbage from the Russians to attack my son? It's unconscionable Mr President. You should be Shane this should be ashamed. You should be ashamed. Homeownership is. Al It's all from your Biden's laptop and it's not true. Yes, it is. Really. Not. That should ruiter repair shop six years ago in Kiev while in a drunken blackout and he never picked it up. That's his. That's his fault come on. Here's the deal folks. Here's the deal real deal. The fact is fact number one my son would never leave his laptop anywhere. That's not him by the way that was a gift from me Jill Children. I discussed this. Macro PC number two, Joe, sat a PC Hewlett Packard love that thing number three, an HP pro bowl four, fifty blaming. He would never leave that in a repair shop Wa to break it to you but he did he did an. Album caufield blackout. That's not true. He dropped off that HP for Fifty Donald Trump a great computer off at a computer repair store in Kiev in two thousand thirteen and he picked it up troop. Then when Rudy was in Kiev earlier this year doing his very necessary research on the Biden family corruption in Ukraine Rudy spilled some of his ass he spilled some of. His coffee on his HP for fifty pro book, the Great Computer Pure coincidence, and he took it into the same computer repair shop in a week. Later, total big mix up the old switcheroo rudy as hunters laptop and Rudy opens it up and he finds a treasure trove a treasure trove of information of proof proof that the Biden's are all secretly rich and have lots. Of money all of from China and they just pretend live like poor millionaires. It's all there in the New York. Post everything. He said was not true not true true. The part not true. This part was very worked out very very carefully. Words Joe so worked which reminds me Oh bin Laden's still alive. We took him out sleeping Joe Biden and seal team. Six. Hills ought to cover up that Osama bin. Laden is a leggy blonde living in the mountains of Idaho senator. Senator can I say something I would let you respond to put. WE'RE OUT OF TIME MR vice president. We agreed the cap this at ten minutes but I know everyone's looking forward to Thursday night for the main event filed debate of the two thousand twenty. A campaign just days before Americans go to the polls to choose our next president. You're insane member to vote. That was absolutely..
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"trump biden" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Wall Street Journal and this is what's news. We have a full conversation on last night's debate coming up. But first some of the other important stories we're following for you. Disney is said to lay off about twenty eight thousand employees from its US theme parks. It cited California's restrictions preventing Disneyland from reopening the state has signaled the resort would likely have to stay closed for the foreseeable future because of covid nineteen concerns. We are exclusively reporting that Boeing will stop making seven eight seven dreamliner in Washington state consolidating production in South Carolina. The move comes amid a drop in demand from airlines we have a closer look at the challenges facing the industry in a moment. Three more people have died and nearly one hundred thousand forced from their homes as firefighters battled to out of control wildfires in northern. California. There are now two dozen major wildfires burning across the state. The US Treasury has closed billions in loans to seven airlines and the treasury secretary is calling on Congress to extend more aid amid looming layoffs. The difficult situation for aviation is reflected in the stock market. Here's our columnists. Mike, Byrd so been very strange it in the stock market but for airlines, it has been particularly bleak unlike some sexes which bounced back from March lows Ellen still doing very badly for reasons that are probably obvious. Even, with financial support without the customer's without the the flying, that would usually go on any given year that doing very very poorly. Now, that's saying that despite the loans they've had that going to fill more than thirty thousand workers this week when job protections that accompany the financial aid that the US government has given them expire it's a pretty miserable situation and without a lot more support, things could get worse for them financially. Just ahead, the first presidential debate was an unusual one. We'll have the moments that mattered.
"trump biden" Discussed on Start Here
"Do to claw these states back I suppose I would caution against presuming. that the prison choices aren't necessarily strategic as opposed to instinct you'll look he doesn't have a great hand to play. Now. It'll go away things go away. Absolutely it's. My mind it will. Hopefully sooner rather than later. Kobe killed hundred thousand Americans and counting and people give them really bad marks for that people think time he weighs in on the protests that it makes things worse economy is obviously currently in bad shape although there are some signs of recovery. Well, he has to make on probably use that like there's a recovery in both Cohen and the economy by November and then he might have a fighting chance right so if I were him, I would think how can I get Cova cases down? Twitter even cory booker will be running housing and having low income housing invade the suburbs. It's clear that race is on the ballot. Stay quiet about other things I mean one thing about trump is like when he vocalizing something creates more problems for himself president trump is now publicly embracing a Republican candidate for Congress from Georgia with a history of making racist anti Semitic and anti Muslim statements. Marjorie Taylor green is also an outspoken supporter of the so-called Cunanan non conspiracy theory tends to gain in polls weeks when he is more quiet and other people are making news. So if I were him, I would get dr on the line and say, what can we do to like the tell a real true. Story for covert and economy by by November I'm not sure going to do. But like that would be I think is is best way to battle back and I should say ABC News and episode put a lightning fast poll into the field right after this VP announcement to gauge how people feel about comma. Harris. Out of if trump in Mike pence she is the only one of the four where more people approve than disapprove off to a good start in that regard nate silver with fivethirtyeight. Thanks so much. Take. Extra Bucks car, you don't have to wait until October, the debate to watch is the one on opening schools. So what should parents are.
"trump biden" Discussed on Ballots and Dollars
"Yup tonigh.t. Saw An ad pretty seeding ad from the trump administration lighting into Biden and using his words against him regarding China throughout his political career. I want to get back to the national debt for a moment You're talking about earlier. It seems nobody cares about the national debt. Who seems to care about the national debt? He's you know talk about. Perhaps we're going to see states or cities filed for bankruptcy. I mean it's kind of reminds me of you. Know New York City back in the nineteen seventies when we do think it's going to get their greg. No but it will get there. In one aspect to net is I think that McConnell and most Republicans including the president will not give money to states that have mismanaged their pension funds so Illinois for example is not going to get a big chunk of money for their pension funds. They may get a big chunk of money for police and firefighters. There will be another huge bill Maybe a trillion dollars maybe more for state local governments. And I think we're at the point. Now where the entire city of Washington is embraced. This modern monetary theory that holes and part the deficits don't matter just doesn't matter because there's an insatiable demand for treasuries to a certain extent. I agree with trump. If you're going to do something like infrastructure why not now? Interest rates are zero so. I think the trump will have a fight with his own party with the fiscal hawks but I think trump will prevail because he wants to get reelected in spending more money goosen economy goosing. The markets is something that I think trump will embrace so I think the deficit this year will probably exceed four trillion next year. Maybe it'll be three trillion. And it's not just spending us loss of revenues that contributes to the deficit as so as we get into twenty twenty two. We'll be talking about total. Us debt of thirty trillion dollars going even higher at some point. We're going to have to worry about this. Maybe in the middle of this decade but for now I think the mantra is saved the patient. This is triage once. We saved the patient then a year or two down the road. We'll worry about the deficit. Fiscal discipline is just dead as a Republican issue. No I think the some Republicans McConnell is part of that camp the do worry about the size of the deficit but you know a lot of these Republicans for a decade or longer said the deficits are gonNA doom us. We're GONNA have high inflation bond. Market's collapse no. We haven't had high inflation. The bond market is accommodated deficits of this magnitude. So I think it's a tough case to make right now so I think trump gets it. I think trump deep down in as a Keynesian probably Larry cudlow deep. Down in is a Keynesian. I think they're content to spend more money because right now spending more money is good for the economy. You know in twenty twenty five. Maybe we'll revisit this but it's not an issue for right now you each a minute ago right. So Biden is seventy seven. I believe he said maybe seventy four. I mean there's not a big difference here Greg. We knew you know senior citizens that we have to choose from for president so is age really GonNa be a part of this Maybe not but I think every time biden stumbles Joe Biden catches a cold. There's GonNa be speculation about his mentor physical health but It trump has amazing stamina. I've gotTA say in the last couple of weeks of the twenty sixteen campaign. He worked Hillary. I mean he did more events he had a great stamina and I think that he has to be the favourite based on Just age the again. Though I feel very strongly temperament is important and I think well Biden is not a house of fire. I think he exudes some competence. Some calm and I think important lake exudes empathy and empathy is not on Donald Trump's strong points there might have been Joe Biden podcast and he was just chatting with somebody somebody asked what your daily routine so well. I usually get up around eight. Am and then. I and I thought I don't even if he gets up at eighty. I don't think you should be telling people that the early sleeps. Yeah I I'm having lunch by eight. Am and so. You're you're absolutely. You're absolutely right. So that's that that's something that doesn't inspire people that he's so he's gotta get a young vibrant running mate and he's got to get a navy. I I agree with you. Recognize native. He's got to announce I'M GONNA have Andrew called all had the Treasury Department or whatever I think he's got to announce that he's got a vibrant new talent poised to enter his administration or mortgage. That's that's not a bad thought. Either way would be happy with a cabinet position. I would almost think Cuomo would say. I'm not doing this unless I get to be president. Yeah and Chris Cuomo already was secretary of Hud in a unless it's treasury or something of that magnitude. I think Cuomo would would stay in New York but you know the the Cuomo family. Dna is indecisive father. Mario was indecisive. You know and Cuomo. Himself was indecisive on shutting down in New York but I do think Cuomo will run. But you know my sense may be proved wrong but my sense. Is that the next superstar politician and the Democrat Party is Gavin Newsom. Yeah I can see that. He's got he's got the hair he's very. Art is very articulate He comes from the right state. I knew so. I think if he runs is going to be a formidable candidate Democrat Ronald Reagan to a certain extent an absolutely and his numbers right now in California are just off the charts. So real quick. What about the conventions they? It might be hard to hold these conventions the way I wanna about. This is trump. Must feel like he has to have a convention because of the stagecraft and trump thinks of everything as theater that can broadcast into people's living rooms. This trump has to have a convention. And what if he doesn't he like wanted like rallies but Is Yankee stadium a sell out anytime soon? No I think this idea of a huge convention crowd or a huge rally is going to worry people. The even though he's got his core supporters who were in Madison Wisconsin and other places rallying the polls in the last few days of showed overwhelmingly in seventy five eighty percent of Americans. Are leery about getting into a big rally so trump may not get one. He may have to do it. Like we're all doing things With a virtually on zoom or whatever so that that could be a problem for trump. I think he needs that energy of having a rally and he may not be able to have it. Do you think I mean I think the answer to this Mike Pence remains his his running mate? Correct yeah those rumor. Alexis a few months ago that some people were hoping to replace pants with say Nikki. Haley that a woman on the ticket would would help the ticket. I it's inconceivable to me that pence would get booted. He's done a very good job in my opinion He's been a kind of and you know he sucks up to trump. He's not a pretty good job. And maybe even more importantly pest pest tremendous support among Evangelical Christians and I think to dump him is is highly unlikely. We'll have some kind of race in two thousand twenty four with Pants Marco. Rubio Ted Cruz Nikki. Haley Lotta people. Spend Saas. Lot of people are going to run in twenty twenty four but I think that Pence stays on the ticket. If we survive until two thousand twenty four we will we will. We're getting the vaccine man. We'll have a vaccine by winter. That'd be that'd be the fastest vaccine ever but I hope we do. So Do I. From Your Lips to God's ears right and through the scientists of course yes indeed. If you had a point to one fatal mistake we'll call it. Fatal that trump has made throughout this. And what would it be? Greg is inability to listen to the scientists and take their advice Dr Fao. She is seems to be. Maybe they're phasing out. I don't see him on the press conference quite as much. I think that was a big mistake. Mean yes. Trump's stopped Chinese flights coming into American late January but a lot of people came in after that. But what happened in February? I think when the history is written of this their indecision their policy paralysis during the month of February will be a key part of that narrative that he did not move as aggressively has he should have. And there's all sorts of tape all sorts of soundbites that Biden is going to use where trump said. I don't take responsibility. Or when he said we only have fifteen cases in. It's going zero soon. There's so many dismissive things that trump said during February they're going to be played back over and over and over again during the campaign. I'm surprised it's not lower and you know. His worst poll is the ultimate goal is is Rasmussen. Which is brass. Mustn't poll has always been criticized for being too pro-trump in here's Rasmussen showing ten or eleven point difference in positive negative. He's got trump with negative fifty five positive at fifty three forty four forty five. That's a big big gap at a lot of his other Bad polls in statewide polls are from Fox. Yup there you go. That's not all Grand Valley Air. We're going to leave it there. Thanks for a great car cheap. Us policy strategists age investments and. Thanks to all of you for joining us week after week. Be Sure to rate review what you just heard in follow me at Alexis. Tv News. Rick Newman Greg. Tauscher twitter out there shortage. At what just G Valliere. Isp AT YAHOO DOT COM. That's where I get. 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"trump biden" Discussed on Ballots and Dollars
"From younger finance Mrs Election Amish. I'm Rick Newman and Alexis. Christopher welcome to another edition of Election Amax today. We are talking about President. Trump's chances in a twenty twenty election and how just might things change for the economy and for investors if former vice president? Joe Biden were to win the White House here to chat with us today as Greg. Valliere chief policy strategist at AGF investment. Scrag always good to see you and thanks for being with US likewise good to see you. I just want to get this out of the way I there's been some talk out there that you know what maybe we won't even have an election on November third and it might be postponed because of this pandemic. What do you think. The chances are of that actually happening slim but not zero and Joe Biden has talked about it a lot. He thinks that if there's a second wave of the virus and people don't want to stand in line for hours to vote and if Donald trump adamantly opposes mail-in ballots you know there's a long shot that something could happen but I wouldn't give it more than ten fifteen percent so greg latest odds. I saw and I do like how you put tend to put odds on outcomes. I think you're giving Biden a fifty five forty five percent chance of beating trump. There I get that right well at about fifty fifty but I have to say Rick. That's that's much more optimistic for Biden than the financial markets or Las Vegas or the London bookies. Most people seem to think trump will win but I have to look at his numbers over last two or three weeks. Numbers are terrible for his handling of this for his job approval rating Biden beats of truck in a lot of key swing states especially in the upper mid west. So no I think Biden has a chance and I think trump is a real slump. So let me go deeper on that. First of all President United States states generally do not get elected in the aftermath or the midst of a recession and we are in a terrible recession. This has not happened since almost going back to World War One and second if you look at the swing state polls Biden is ahead by somewhere between. I think it's two or three points in Florida. More in states like Ohio Pennsylvania Michigan why are markets and so many other people just dismissing? What looks like a pretty solid lead for Biden. Well a couple of points I'd make first of. All Hillary Clinton was leading by about the same amount exactly four years ago and we all know what happened to her Secondly if we get to Labor Day and the economy is coming back which is possible and we're getting closer to vaccine which is possible. Trump still would have a chance final point. I'd make trump is brilliant at demonizing opponents. Makes up sophomoric nicknames He goes after he's GonNa go after Biden on Biden's ties with China he's going to go after. Biden's energy level there's been a sexual harassment suit. That Biden could vulnerable on. Although trump is lowered the bar in that regard in my opinion that Biden is not without flaws and I think trump exploited them ruthlessly I bring up what trump said are very recently putting out the bizarre suggestion that we should somehow ingest disinfectants. Could help us with the viruses. Aren't things like that? Are these daily or seemingly daily. Press conferences that he's holding and the and the bizarre things he's saying. I mean I'd have to think that Biden and his camp is gonNA use all of that when they have an opportunity to go up against trump in this election yeah. What's the old saying if your opponent is self-destructing don't interrupt him and I you know Biden estate in his basement and Lincoln. Delaware is trump had one disastrous press conference after another and it's not just a disinfectants. It's what trump is set on a wide range of issues. He's been so dismissive of the virus and I'd also say for an awful lot of small business owners. There's tremendous frustration with this loan program. That has not worked well. The Small Business Administration has antiquated computers. I think more importantly a lot of rich firms. I would have had legal trouble. Firms that have Campaign contributions have cotton line and a lot of small business owners. Resent it so there are a lot of things that could trip trump. Absolutely so greg could. We go through to election scenarios. One trump one biden and just try to address the things that matter to investors and people focusing on the economy so I if trump wins reelection I mean we we sort of know what the trump agenda is but a lot of that seems to be out the window given what's going on now a tough on China on trade for example. What might a trump agenda be in this pandemic environment if he wins well first and foremost wreck? I think that money is no object. The Sky's the limit for spending and I think trump will continue to spend. I think he'll go after an infrastructure plan Early next year maybe even later this year And we're at the point now. Where if the deficit is four trillion or five trillion? I think the markets are pretty much stunned and oblivious to a deficit that high so trump will go after that trump. We can't forget as always said I'm a tariff guy so I think he'll go after that is well. Trump may take a look at even more tax cuts He likes payroll tax cut. I wouldn't dismiss something like that So I think he he'll be active I think if the Senate stays Republican. That's the key for investors if the senators Republican. That's the firewall to prevent any activists legislation leaving the house which will stay Democrat. And I think that's going to be a key factor as well is that trump agenda is that I mean across the board friendly to investors. Well it has has been until the irs and need until we got the virus the SNP was up. Something like fifty percent since the inauguration day so I think trump can make a valid claim that the markets are like him. I think there's some things that markets might like. What Biden about before we do that. Do you think that the president trump's plunging poll numbers do put the Senate at risk for Republicans at this point? What are you put the odds out there? Yeah I took a look at it just the other day and wrote a piece on this. I think that it's the Senate's in play. I don't think the houses in play but the Senate is in play. The Democrats would have to come up with basically a net gain of four. Because THEY'RE GONNA lose their seat in Alabama. But you look at that. There are four just amazingly there are four Republican seats Colorado Arizona Maine and North Carolina where the Republicans are in some trouble so the Senate could be in play if the Senate goes back to the Democrats. That's a real concern for the markets. Because you will get a much more pressure from Medicare for all the green new deal. Big Big new tax increases. They'd have a better chance. Obviously of both houses were controlled by the Democrats for the for the Democrats. Take the Senate that presumes that Biden winds correct. Because that would you'd have Kotel effect right. Yes it does. An Biden has to worry about a few other issues I think though for the markets they certainly prefer Biden over Bernie or Elizabeth. Warren I think the markets were pleased to see a relative moderate. I consider Biden sort of a centre-left Democrats somewhat like Obama but the markets are going to have to worry. That Biden will go for a tax hike. There's no question once. The virus crisis is over. I think he'll go for that. I think you'll be more activist on regulatory policy He'll be more activist on health policy. So there are some things. The markets have to worry about what the markets I think would like with Biden is that he's a moderate on trade is not a tariff guy like trump. He's more predictable. I think Biden with the very predictable president whereas trump is maybe the least predictable president. I have ever followed in my career. So it's not about the Senate. If we do have a biden a presidency with Democrats controlling the Senate. I mean that would be a wafer thin majority in the Senate under the under the best circumstances for Democrats right which means they would have to get every Democrat to vote for any legislation and there are a lot of Democrats who don't favor those expensive overreach programs you just described. Medicare for all green new deal. In the odds of president. Trump winning is a contingent really on this virus and our ability to get a vaccine. I mean if there if there is a vaccine a workable vaccine they can bring tomorrow and this would really be rushing it. Let's say by September or you don't October sometime before the November election. We have a vaccine and the economy starts to open again and already. We're seeing dot market being pretty resilient throughout all of this. You have to assume continue to be so. Does that actually play into trump's favor sure does and I'd say Alexis that these news stories. Cutting out of Oxford University in England are really interesting that they have Apparently found something that in at least and monkeys works of very well against the virus. They're going to start testing it on humans in the next few weeks. They're even saying there could be a vaccine ready not for the whole world but maybe ready in England by September. That would be tremendously important but to go back to your question on trump in what could get him elected or not. I think it comes down to one issue. That's his temperament. I think keeshond that he does not have the temperament to handle a crisis. Like this and I'm not a trump basher but I have to say as a political analyst. His temperament is left a lot of questions and I think he has to convince the public that he's not going to be has a flamboyant. Let's say on on some of these issues that he's raised eyebrows with In the last few weeks guys I'm sitting here in my irony. Alerts are just going off all around me trump. The anti-science president relies on science to come up with a breakthrough that could help him get reelected. I just feel like I need to point that out. How ironic he said. He's smarter than the scientists. He's smarter than the General. He's smarter than Jerome Powell. So yeah he he's that is irony irony absolutely question. Greg. I mean there's zero chance that trump is going to change the way he operates right. Well he's about to turn seventy four in month and a half so at that age. No I think it's going to be awfully hard to see him change the way he is. I mean he He has tremendously loyal supporters. As we all know. And that's GonNa make this a pretty close election but no you're not going to change them. What about Biden's running mate? I sort of feel like we just haven't heard any of this right. He dropped bombshell during the debate. Saying it would be a woman or he didn't say who What are you here yeah? I'm in the percentage. Move the conventional wisdom which is not all always correct is that it'll be amy Klobuchar. Who would help him? In the Upper Midwest would guarantee him than a soda would help him in Wisconsin and Iowa which could be to really pivotal states. And I think she's qualified and she ran a pretty good campaign but there are lots of other names out there. Some people would say Elizabeth. Warren could get all of the Bernie Sanders supporters and the Bernie Sanders supporters. Were really angry by decision in New York state not to have the primary. They want primaries because they wanNA delegates and they want to have an impact on the Democrats platform later in the summer. So the Bernie people are still not in love with Joe Biden so Elizabeth. Warren could make sense. I think a woman of color would make sense Kamala Harris the they wouldn't need her for California a Biden Wind by seventy thirty in California but having a woman of color could help around the country and make the difference perhaps and they're Hispanic women. There's an interesting senator from Illinois Tammy Duckworth lost both of her legs in Afghanistan. She's pretty good senator. So there's a plethora of candidates but again the conventional wisdom is Amy Klobuchar. Let me ask about this idea. Also circulating that Biden should name the people he would appoint to his cabinet before before he actually gets elected. I mean that does not usually happen. I mean sometimes you have an idea by the people who were proxies in surrogates for the candidate In the big people helping them out. But it's not ordinary. The president would do that. Would that be a good move for Biden it could? And then if he has people who are highly regarded like Andrew Cuomo or a Gavin newsom. If he announced they would be in his cabinet or he would try to seek them. I think that would make a difference in by the way I I. I run into so many people who are lukewarm on Biden and say boy Cuomo or newsom would be fabulous and I tell people well. They're running in twenty twenty four. They're not running and twenty twenty but I think newsom Cuomo and whoever Biden's running mate is will all be running in twenty twenty four. Well what am I questioned? I mean Joe Biden does have an age issue to my mind. You know he's been a public figure for a long time and you anybody who's seen him before knows he is slowing down. He actually looked mold. And I'm sure that's with tons of make-up from his studio in the basement. Delaware whatever can biden offset that somewhat if he sort of shows everybody the team that he wants to form and there are a lot of young faces in that team. Yeah you make a good point there that the party has a pretty deep bench and he may Look Stacey Abrams. I mean there's all sorts of people who could be brought to you know Yup absolutely could all be brought into his team and I think the party would be pleased to to see something like that. I I'm told that's the trump campaign is going to make their campaign about Biden. They're going to really try to rough him up on. China and Biden does have a record of dealing with China being conciliatory with China at. I gotta say one of the sidebars to this upcoming election will be the deep antipathy that the US and western Europe now have towards China. And I think that could hurt by quite a bit..
"trump biden" Discussed on Ballots and Dollars
"We're not talking much about the election. It seems like Joe Biden the presumptive Democratic nominee has into hiding. But we want to talk about how this virus could impact president. Trump's chances of being reelected I guess the latest wreck is that trump is saying we could reopen the economy in less than a month. He's looking at Easter now. Just first off. What are your thoughts? Well my read on what's going to president. Trump's mind is He recognizes that. You just don't win. Reelection has an incumbent president If there is a recession on your watch especially if it comes late in your watch a leading into when voters go to the polls now obviously many other things are going on here. I don't think the any voters actually blame president trump or would blame him for the fact that the corona virus exists or that arrived here in the United States. I mean that would happened under any president but there are some major questions about trump's handling it and about the federal government's response to the virus in the in the effect it's now having on the basically the entire US economy so Just to frame this conversation. Let's I I just want to look up some so. I'm looking into my Webcam here and my computer's over here so I'm GonNa look over to this study. That Larry Sabato the political scientists at the University of Virginia put up on his political side which is called sabotage crystal ball. Anybody can look this up this analysis by Alan Abramowitz a political scientist so Alan Abramowitz has done some good analysis on a president's reelection odds given two things his approved his or her approval rating. But it's always been his so approval rating and change in GDP in the second quarter of the election year. So just to give you a sense of where this seems to sit for. President trump right now prison. Trump's approval rating is about a minus ten. That's what it has been for most of his presidency And we are now hearing projections that GDP growth could hit negative three four or five percent on a year over year basis in the second quarter. So if if if we were have negative. Gdp growth of three percent so negative negative three three percents trump would only get one hundred eighty four electoral votes if GDP falls to minus four percent year over year that trump's electoral vote total would follow one sixty four and if it's minus five percent in GDP trump one hundred and forty four electoral votes. Takes Two hundred seventy two seven zero electoral votes to win? So if trump wins between a one hundred and forty four hundred eighty four electoral votes. That is lacking. That's a wipeout. That's not even a close election. So that's how. The Corona virus is affecting trump's reelection odds at least on paper now. There are some people who think well maybe the country will rally behind President Trump And sort of view him. The way you might view a word time president You know when the nation would get a tax such as George W Bush after the nine eleven terrorist attacks we had Anthony Scaramucci to former trump advisor on our air. Recently on Yahoo. Finance saying trump could win SCARAMUCCI has been one of these sort of Guys backdrop and then completely flipped said He's teased terrible. I he's GonNa get creamed in November but now with these development SCARAMUCCI is saying. Oh maybe he could win. A we have no idea whether voters will rally behind trump as if he's a wartime president. I do know that as of now which is about ten days after this whole thing really started to get bad. There's basically been no change in trump's approval rating. I expect that to change one way or the other because I mean this is just such a profound event. Maybe people just don't know what to make of it but I think it's more polls change. That will change trump so trump knows. He's gotTa get something going here He's got to get the economy started again. He's got to do something about the millions of jobs. We'RE GONNA lose. Obviously he pays a lot of close attention to the stock market. Which I know you've been talking about every day breathlessly Alexis so that is trump problem and it's a big one now. I want to get back to his approval. Rating you said. It's at minus ten percent net net approval rating. So when you when you say the portion who approve minus the portion who disapproved so his Let's say his net approval. I think last time I looked at five. Thirty eight was around forty. Four percent net approval in maybe a disapproval was fifty two percent. I mean so. That's eight percent of his net approval. Then would be negative eight. So He's in that range he's been in that range of around negative eight negative ten. I mean he has had a negative approval rating his whole Presidency what about this this concept of president trump as a wartime president? I believe he said it himself. During one of the numerous press conferences. He's been having with the media. He likened the virus to a war and he was saying that he was a wartime president. what could he be doing rick that he's not doing with the executive power he has to try and fight this enemy. I think there's one huge thing It is a go as big and aggressively as you can to ramp up testing in. The United States has lagged on this from the beginning. So we all know. Trump was very dismissive of this buyer. He said all these things that are going to come back to haunt him in the fall general election. He said it will disappear of the virus. He said we haven't under control. We have it contained. He said all things like that and all of that is turned out to be completely untrue but I think worse than that. We're now getting some understanding of why it took so long to get tests out there so we could figure out what was going on so There've been good investigative reports by the Associated Press. Reuters has done something. There's another piece in the New Yorker what took so long and they were just stumbling in bundling all along the way so the CDC had problems. There were mistakes in the test kits. They doubt they had redo some of those original tasks at the same time there was no Impetus from the White House. Nobody from the White House really banging on heads in this should have been happening in January saying. Hey we need to get on this this this could be this is this is sort of a five alarm fire. We need to be throwing everything out is because look what's happening in China. Now trump is has set things like nobody could have known what would happen. That is not true And the record clearly shows there. Were there were a public health experts publishing op eds in all the leading newspapers. Saying this is a bigger problem than anybody is acknowledging right now. Here are the things we need to do. Ron Clain who was the Bulla are under president? Obama publish something like that in the Washington Post in in the middle of January saying. We're not doing nearly enough and now president trump is saying well I No one knew that it was going to be like. That's not true so in a sense. It's if he wants to go with that. Wartime president analogy will the wartime President Levies. Guard DOWN IN ALLOWED AN ATTACK. Take place or did not. Respond is aggressively to attack as he should have so to go back to your original question. The thing we must be doing now is testing as many people as possible I mean the ideal outcome here would be to have enough test for multiple tests of the entire. Us population Yes a one billion tests in the idea is if you can test everybody then you can then you can figure out. These people are fine. They had the test. They're fine so they're free to move around now. We know who can who can go around or go back to work go shopping or do whatever and we also know that these other people here are not okay by the way Medical experts are saying that the actual infection rate is probably ten times higher than reported infection rates. So we've got tons of people in the country who are infected and don't know and they're walker walking around and Infecting other people the infection rate for corona virus is much higher than it than it is for the flu and the virus itself is considerably more dangerous than the flu. So that's why we're having these exit I will get this right. I guess I WANNA say existential. But what I what I mean to say is exponential revenues exponential increases in numbers. Here in New York and other places. And that's going to be showing up more and more places so I'm I'm honestly matic right now. Part of the issue is if you're not showing symptoms you could be out and about and still spreading it now. The president would say once the economy to get back up and running by Easter time. But that doesn't mean that state by state. Those governors are going to do that if they're seeing what's happening on the ground within their own state with their own healthcare workers on the front line realizing that their hospitals are already Max damage. We keep hearing here in New York State Governor. Cuomo talking about and I actually have a sister who's an emergency room nurse and she's telling me her hospital is just so thin they have hospital beds up and down the hallways or for people who were ill she saying. They don't have the masks and other equipment. They need to do their work and she's afraid to go into work. I mean if those are the conditions and I'm hoping they're not three four weeks out regardless of what president trump says these governors are not going to get back to business as usual right. Well Governor Cuomo here in New York is actually saying it's GonNa get considerably worse here in New York so he if assuming we considered do the things we're doing now we're going to see the peak of this In thirty or forty five days that's my understanding and Look that that would come after. What president trump is now saying? Let's get started reopening things around Easter. Which is April twelve? You know president cannot order local economies to reopen that is up to a mayors and governors. And you know people who don't have this in their community yet. Do I can understand why they don't appreciate the scale of the problem but Any mayor I think it's if you're if the people who run your healthcare system are telling you They are about to get swamped with more sick people they can treat and some of those are going to be fatal cases and they are going to be having to let patients die that they might otherwise be able to save if they had the capacity. I don't think any governor faced with that with that choice and knowing that he or she would have to explain the consequences when they happened. Would say I don't care. Let's just leave all the businesses open. I'm not GonNa shut down bars and restaurants. Barber SHOPS NAIL SALONS. Were just going to tolerate this public health emergency. I mean so for president trump. He's going to reopen businesses. He's I mean if he actually does you know he probably will not actually do that. I get he. He feels like he wants to do that. But I don't see how we he can because I just don't can't imagine any governor or mayor doing that in posing that kind of a burden on the local healthcare system and I guess one last thing I'll say on this lexuses I I've been hearing so as I've been writing about this. I have been hearing from people who live in flyover country And I say that that's a term of to me. I'm from Pittsburgh which is fly over country. I grew up there and I still family there. They kind of consider this a an urban or coastal thing in that maybe you know it's like a Sodom and Gomorrah phenomenon and it's never gonna come to them You know it is going to hit rural communities. Only epidemiologists are saying in the problem. Either be more acute there because a lot of rural communities have very limited hospital access. Some of them don't have any intensive care. Units and governor Cuomo. Here New York did say recently. He said what we've got going on in here. This is coming to your community..
"trump biden" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
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"trump biden" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast
"No Spin News Thursday October third two thousand nineteen fight for your freedom all right so this is a day that there's a bunch of stuff going on that links very important. Gordon things together and as you know I'm a simple man so I'm GonNa keep it simple and I really appreciate you watching tonight first thing he is at late yesterday the head of the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff was exposed isn't interesting so press report. says that the whistle blower who informed the world that Donald Donald Trump did something heinous on a phone call with the president of Ukraine could a little detour before he filed his complaint into into Adam Shifts office. Oh how convenient as the church lady might say now where we heard this before could it be bread cavenaugh and Christine Blasi Ford. She took a little detour into Senator Dianne. Dan Feinstein's Office Oh and that sat there for months and Feinstein's Office Schiff kept it under wraps for for a few days so both stories are very similar and then their outcomes are as well after the whistle blower went into Mr Shifts office. He retained three attorneys after Ford went into Feinstein's offers. She retained a radical left law firm in Washington. DC and the three attorneys that the whistle blower hired Democrat leads so now this is a political thing. It's not a whistle blower with a conscience who's new troll. None of that contrived arrived political attack the same thing on Brad Kavanagh contrived political attack evidence is evidence now. Let's walk through this shifting so chef apparently violated the rules of the House as is a committee chairman House Intel Committee as I just said he has a responsibility to share this kind of information with his fellow members he did. He wanted to ambush donald trump. After the whistle blower went to the attorneys. I'm just guessing they might have been recommended by shifts office and the attorneys themselves wrote the complaint which they did whistle blowing right so he didn't want to tell anybody that was gay. They wind up whole complaint to be there and then drop it on the media successful in doing that now. The attorneys Andrew Bach Kosh Rush Andrew has worked for Daniel Moynihan Charles Schumer and Hillary Clinton. How oh I know you're shocked. He's representing the whistle blower his other council. Mark Zayd apparently filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump. Oh what a convenience this now becoming a joke joke right now. I believe that what I just told you you didn't hear from Fox News from any news. You know that did you know. Zayd Father Lawson Skin lawsuit against Donald Trump with the other guy work for Schumer and Hillary. Did you know that Oh okay so any fair-minded American goes okay We got it whistle blower. It doesn't really hear anything puts together. Some complaints Goes Adam. Schiff and shift directly was bloated to some democratic lawyers who ride up the complaint. We drop it on the media and we impeach the president. You are listening.