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Donald Trump Remains Kingmaker in Ohio After J.D. Vance Victory
"I'm Doug Collins. I'm glad to be sitting in for Sebastian today. I'm on the Doug Collins podcast and only here part of the Salem faculty. I'm glad that the professor let me fill in for him today on America first. We got a lot to talk about. I'm excited about what's happening. I mean, if you just go through the last few hours, let's put it in perspective here. Mainstream media has been planning this picture over the last little bit of the Trump influence in the America first agenda going down in popularity. I'm in the mainstream media would do anything they could to basically say that Donald Trump is no longer a force in American politics. Well, folks, all you got to do is sample a look to what happened last night in Ohio. Let me give you a little bit of perspective here. This is a great moment. I know for the America first listener, you ought to be one of the best informed conservatives out there. We're going to give you that information. Just 6 to 7 weeks ago. JD Vance was in Ohio running in fourth place. He was running about 1617%. He had had some help. I know Don Junior had been in there a lot going on. But it was just a model race, if you were, there's a lot of candidates in it from different perspectives. And at the about two and a half I guess, three weeks ago now, Donald Trump decided that he was going to get into this race. He picked Vance, he endorsed JD Vance. And JD Vance went from fourth place at 17% to last night and finishing up at 33% man down Josh mandel, mandel, who had been running as well, got in 23%. Folks, I don't know what else you can say. Either either this is showing that Donald Trump still has a great deal of pool into this party and that he still has folks who are very much mourning in America first gender, especially with the just complete and utter downfall of Joe Biden and the mess that's being you can not deny that Donald Trump's influence there. In fact, he won all 22 races in which he endorsed last week.
"trump stills" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing
"Donald Trump sway inside the Republican Party is about to face its biggest test, a slew of May primaries where Trump has gotten involved will tell us if his is still the golden touch inside the GOP. If you look at the political calendar, the month of May, just a few weeks away, is going to be Donald Trump's biggest test in terms of his influence, power, his sway, with Republican primary voters and whether it is in North Carolina or in Georgia or in the critical battleground of Pennsylvania, there are a whole series of primary contests upcoming in the month of May, where Donald Trump has weighed in, has chosen sides inside the party, and not everywhere does it seem like his chosen candidate is poised for victory. One example of that is in Georgia. There is probably no Republican in the country. Donald Trump desires to defeat more than the Republican incumbent governor of Georgia Brian Kemp, but Donald Trump recruited David perdue into the race and David perdue is not performing all that well in the polls against Brian Kemp right now. Now, in one of the most critical contests in all of 2022, a race that the control of the United States Senate may hinge upon. The Senate race in Pennsylvania now has Donald Trump's involvement. The primary there is may 17th and Donald Trump, this past weekend made clear he's choosing celebrity doctor mehmed Oz over the more establishment Republican David McCormick in that heated Republican primary battle..
"trump stills" Discussed on WTOP
"More resilient against attacks Details on that from federal news networks Jason Miller As agencies continue to face an ever changing cyber threat the National Institute of standards and technology are trying to help them stop attackers in their tracks Ron Ross a fellow at nist says the new version of SP 801 60 aims to help protect both IT and operational technology How do we take 95% of our systems that are legacy and do certain things that can make those systems stronger more penetration resistant more cyber resilient And that's really the focus of all those techniques and approaches in that publication Jason Miller federal news network It's two 52 former president Trump is now ticked off at former Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu Trump is lashing out at Netanyahu for congratulating President Biden on his victory last year Trump accuses the former Israeli leader of disloyalty saying he helped Netanyahu in his own elections by reversing decades of U.S. policy and supporting Israel's claims to territory seized in war In response this morning Netanyahu says Israel's alliance with the U.S. meant that in his words it was important for me to congratulate the incoming president Trump still falsely claims the U.S. election was stolen from him A string of crimes in downtown Silver Spring has Montgomery county's top prosecutor speaking out We have some work to do We really do That's Montgomery county state's attorney John McCarthy talking about a task force he's launched that aims to clamp down on rising crime there including thefts drugs and assaults We have already indicted ten different cases His remarks come following Thursday's bond hearing for dakari Thomas The 18 year old was arrested following the Tuesday stabbing death of 19 year old ghetto Bon Amina Got been a resident of this county long enough to know that we've revitalized Silver Spring We're not going to lose Silver Spring to a criminal element That small WTO P news Next In money news A software company that will double its local workforce of Jeff label Two 54 Some people.
Mike Pence Booed, Called Traitor at Conservative Christian Conference
"I want to thank my friend. Ralph reed for those overly generous words. I'm deeply humbled by them. Ralph reed knows me well enough to know the introduction. I prefers a little bit short. I'm a christian and a republican in that order. And i am honored to stand before you. Today they weren't buying the pious mike pence act at that gathering today but the trump up sucking was on full display. Fealty was on full display at this faith and freedom conservative conference today in florida. We are going to defeat the woke assault. Then all of us need to wake up. it's very simple. Go back to the remain in mexico policy and build president trump's wall fight against this woke mob and these radical democrats who are trying to destroy this country. I may ask you something. Do you miss president. Donald trump still with us. I'll thanking and bill kristol bill. I'm not even a supplicant. Can catch a break these days. I heard you bill on another broadcast tonight. Make the best point that. I'm going to ask you to repeat now. It would've cost mike pence nothing other than a few seconds of his remarks to do what some people in the crowd started to call the trader to say. Wait a second. Let me explain what happened on january six. Here's what i did. Why did what i did. I upheld the constitution. This is the role of the vice president. We have no choice at no choice. Not legitimate choice. I delivered Legitimate choice on what to do There was the election votes. Were counted fairly. He could've spent ninety seconds relating lewis
So Youve Been Banned on Twitter
"So Donald trump still still banned from facebook. I know sorry. What a horrible way to start up all of our listeners. Just turned off their honestly. I just tuned out of my own brain. It is big news in the in the internet world. Facebook has upheld a decision to keep trump banned from the platform. The first thing. Facebook has perhaps done ever in their entire life. What's wild is it. It's not even technically their final decision. Trump might be back on facebook and six months trump's banned from mainstream social platforms like facebook. And he's also banned from twitter. Frankly i feel like this poses a lot more questions than it provides answers mostly about who does and does not get punished by platforms for behavior. That goes against terms of service which terms of service are just the long fine print that most of us avoid reading when we joined apper platform. And you just scroll to the end and go. Yes i agree you want my firstborn child and seven of my hair. Great take quite literally never read a terms of service. Which perhaps i should they anything. In there i would have been. I would have signed away the rights to my kidneys just to not have to read the fine print. But what's kind of interesting. I'll say about trump being banned from facebook and from youtube and from twitter is that people openly very vocally break. Twitter's rules all the time and just get to keep tweeting their thoughts into the abyss that we all spend too much time on. Its why whenever twitter ceo. Jack dorsey tweets. There's somebody in his mentions being like yo. Can you like fix the nutsy problem on here. The nazi problem being literal nazis literal nazis
"trump stills" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I believe President Trump still is our president. He's the best president this country's ever seen. They stole the election, and basically, we're going to come back stronger than ever. That's why these people here these people are upset. I'm telling you, he's running again. These people said the election was stolen. Yes, President ever. He gave us hope for the Republican Party. He's a patriot that cares about this country. There you go. He's running again, Michael. You know what? I wouldn't be surprised. I would not be surprised if he comes out and announces he's running for reelection and all takes is the Democrats to destroy this country in the next four years as they probably will, with all their crazy progressive schemes. And old Donald Trump comes roaring back to the White House land. How do you feel about that? Well, Mitch McConnell be upon the strange with him holding his hands up high. I think Trump will have a big footed Mitch McConnell out of existence after Mitch is speech over the weekend. I don't think me time. Let's get the latest news that 8 30 Good morning to you, Joe Bartlett. Hello, Land. As long as you run your favorite topic of Mitch McConnell, I'll tell you he is defending his vote to acquit President Trump at the impeachment trial. He wrote a op ed piece for The Wall Street Journal today, saying His decision vindicated the Constitution and not Trump insisted that Trump bears moral responsibility because of unhinged falsehoods that he propagated. The Kentucky Republican added He doesn't have a problem with any Republicans who voted to convict Trump. All right, just the total. Why? Why is the Wall Street Journal even give him space? What a waste of time. Oh, look out crazy. You have any problem with Governor Cuomo and his hypocrisy? No apology from Governor Cuomo. This is okay. Right? This okay? No apology from the governor after his administration admitted hiding the truth about coronavirus deaths and nursing homes. He says. The problem is that he just didn't inform state lawmakers because he was dealing with the request from the Federal Justice Department. I was just too busy apologize. Look, I have said repeatedly We may have a stake in creating the void. This guy is a brilliant politician. He is apologizing for creating this information void, not apologizing for sending the nursing home patients with Cove it back to nursing homes in the first place, and nobody nobody presses him on that. All right. I want the night They died. So what? So what? That's what he said. They died in the hospital nursing home. So what? They died. That's his attitude. I noticed when you're talking to Jesse McKinley. He didn't bring that up either. You know the original order that started this whole thing in motion. That's not an issue now. And this is how this is how a brilliant politician like woman gets out of these things because he's apologizing for something down the line, not the initial decision of his that got all of this. Going. Maybe he's just sit there land. Don't worry about it. You know? Curious, you know? Yeah. Yeah, it was fair, Joe. That was totally fair. Will you insinuating that? Because Jesse McKinley writes for The New York Times, That issue wasn't brought up. Is that Will that your little insinuation there? There was no insinuation. I mean, it's a fact he didn't bring it up, you know, didn't seem to be an issue for him. So I guess you know, regardless of who he writes for him. Maybe the blood back to city here. That's what Okay, Marita Blas. You're trying to show New Yorkers The subway system is safe after a rash of recent stabbings, so he rode the subway, too. City Hall from Gracie Mansion with his cops, Of course, hey says he'll do whatever it takes to keep the subways safe. By the way, the empty is asking the NYPD for next 2000 officers. The subway system. The empty a chairman Pat Foy says he's responding to those attacks over the weekend of these terrible crimes and their families. I want to personally assure every customer and every single employee of the empty a that your safety is our highest priority. Yeah, this is a guy right out of the Cuomo mold apologizing for that, when in fact you're responsible for getting the system into the situation that it is, but I apologize. I'll do everything I can point. All right. That's enough of my comments and let's go on to the dry month of January. Have you even tried giving up alcohol for a whole month? They're supposed to do it in January. Yeah, Anyway, right outfit lasted the whole month. But I didn't know I didn't. I'm sure you didn't. Forget about it. It turns out the average American try and drive Monday. See if joking. Do that. That's a challenge. Michael was going, Mikey. Thank you. It turns out the average American who tries this silliness. They dry January can only make it 10 days. Pathetic. The biggest reason people fail is they forgot I was too busy drinking. They forgot. All right. Thanks, Joe Up Next legendary sportscaster Warner Wolf joins us Now the summer Olympics really gonna happen and Well, Warner has some advice like the Lippman did on the colonoscopy. Don't wanna Miss Warner's Take on a cool in the house, Skippy coming up next. A 9 11 didn't end on 9 11. I'm one of the thousands of New Yorkers who saw the cloud of dust when the twin towers came down on 9 11. But did you know that 68 cancers have now been linked to the toxins? Most common is skin cancer for the toxic dust has also been linked to prospect prostate breast and many other cancers. Tragically more people now died from 9 11 illnesses and those that died on 9 11. If you were downtown on.
Trump looks to reassert himself after impeachment acquittal
"President Trump Acquitted over the weekend for the second time in an impeachment trial. Seven Republican senators voted to convict him for his role in the capital siege. ABC is Rachel Scott, with Trump's reaction to the acquittal. We know he's relieved to have all of this over now he is plotting his next move, Senator Lindsey Graham said that he spoke with Trump. He says the former president is now committed to rebuilding the Republican Party ahead of 2022. But listen, he may be acquitted, but his legal troubles are far from over. We know he's facing that criminal investigation. And there in Georgia, looking into his attempt to try and overturn the election. So far, Trump still denying any
Trump pardons Steve Bannon and commutes sentences
"Expected, The president took action during his final hours in office, issuing 73 pardons and 70 computations the vast majority of the people on the clemency list people whose cases have been championed by criminal justice reform advocates include including those serving lengthy sentences for low level offenses. Also on the list. Steve Bannon and several other donors and allies got pardons or commutations to rapper's Little Wayne and could act black. And, of course, Donald Trump. Still actually has until about 11 this morning, too. Issue more pardons, perhaps pardon himself or any of his family members. He did not do that. Although As we mentioned earlier. L a times story very interesting, noting that those do not have to be made public. He can pardon anybody, including himself, or family members and not Say anything about her, not make that public. So that'll be an interesting story to delve into Karen catty. Our legal expert has more on that we check in with her. On Wednesdays at well right after the 6:30 A.m. news, so we'll talk more about the whole pardon issue with Karen. Later on this morning
National Park Service shuts down access to Washington Monument until Jan. 24, citing threats surrounding inauguration
"Concerns being raised about the safety of President elect Joe Biden's inauguration next week, we just learned that the National Guard will mobilize a Z, many as 10,000 troops from various states. On that day, the mayor of Washington, D. C, urging the public the American public not to attend. ABC is Josh Margolin. With more on this story over. Sure, they're reinforcing the National Guard presence there talking about whether or not the guardsmen who were going to be brought in are going to be able to be armed during the inaugural events to make sure that they're able to repel any type of violence that might come in Ueno. They're going to bring in more police presence, the National Park Service preemptively Closing down the Washington Monument until the 24th of January, citing threats to the inauguration. We just heard from Congressman Stephen Lynch Live on WBZ news radio that there is shatter his word of threats. President Trump still
GOP Sen. Pat Toomey calls on Trump to resign
"Call for a second impeachment of President Donald Trump. More Republicans are saying they don't want to see him serve out the final 10 days of his term. Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania has joined Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski in calling for President Trump to resign and go away as soon as possible. While I may be sees this week, Congressman Adam Kinzinger says, I think the best thing would for the country to hell would be for him to resign. The next best thing is the 25th amendment. That's why I call on vice president Pence to do it. But as for impeachment, I honestly don't think Impeachments the smart move because I think it victimizes Donald Trump. Still, Kinzinger says, if it comes to impeachment vote the right way when it's when you know, whatever is put in front of me. Ben Thomas Washington
Trump still poses a danger, House Democratic caucus chair says
"Presents in existentially threat. I'm him who? So Fox News? That's the feeling of House Democrat Hakeem Jeffries, who says the president incited the riot at the Capitol that attacked the Congress, The country and the Constitution every second every minute every hour that Donald Trump remains in office. Presents a danger to the American people. The congressman on NBC's Meet the press
2nd GOP senator now urges Trump to resign over Capitol riot
"As more Democrats call for a second impeachment of president Donald Trump more Republicans are saying they don't want to see him serve out the final ten days of his term either senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania has joined Alaska senator Lisa Makowski in calling for president trump to resign and go away as soon as possible on ABC's this week congressman Adam Kinzinger says I think the best thing would be for the country to heal would be for him to resign the next best thing is the twenty Fifth Amendment that's why I call on vice president pence to do it but as for impeachment I honestly don't think impeachments the smart move because I think it victimizes Donald Trump still consider says if it comes to impeachment vote the right way when it when you know whatever's put in front of me Ben Thomas Washington
President Trump Might Abuse Pardon Powers in Remaining Days in Office
"Trump still controls the pardon power for the next thirteen days or twelve days by the time people listen to this garrett. How likely do you think it is that in trump's final couple weeks the most imaginatively spiteful use of the pardon. He could come up with other than perhaps pardoning south in his children rudy. Giuliani is a kind of blanket. Amnesty to all the people who the justice department would want to prosecute in. Fbi one arrest. I think that that is not necessarily a sure-fire thing. But i would certainly put it into the more likely than not category that we're going to see in the next thirteen days and in fact i think we might even see it much more quickly than that because i think one of the challenges that we are seeing right now is rising calls for the invocation of the twenty fifth amendment by mike pence or the impeachment of the president. Both of which. I think are a highly unlikely scenarios but donald trump might very quickly feel that he has a real ticking clock a against his presidency and might be tempted. Act and remember. We have seen blanket. Amnesties like that before. Jimmy carter granted blanket amnesty to vietnam war draft dodgers as president to try to reset that political debate and allow people who had been caught up in that war for all variety of reasons to be able to re enter society in an open way but not to sort of quibble with at the premise. Of your question ben. But i i guess. I'm not really clear. Trump issuing those kinds of blanket pardons is certainly plausible. It certainly would be a grotesque abuse of power but they almost certainly would be val part. And to the extent that there are certain martin's it seems overwhelmingly unlikely that a new attorney general or deputy attorney general would be inclined to want to prosecute anyway and an attempt to sort of test those legal questions and so you know i don't know that trump issued a blanket. Pardon would would complicate things right. It would be a hideous abuse office. But what choice would the fbi or the justice department have but to say. We can't continue to investigate or prosecute people who who are covered by this pardon. Oh i think that's exactly right. I think they would have no choice but to say exactly that they would say exactly. That and the result would be that you had an attack on the capital for which. Nobody could be prosecuted. And i understand as we've been talking the first Case has now been announced or at least it has shown up on the docket of the court. Here in dc. Is that right Yeah i think that that first set of discrete federal charges have filed Against at least two individuals and in these appear to be pretty traditional sort of a salt charges for trespass and assaulting capitol police officers
Trump Election Fraud Claims Ridiculous: GA Election Officials
"Made public. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. We have won this election in Georgia President Trump Still claims was stolen by fraud, and he made another attempt. Joe Biden's victory there overturned. Fox is Rachel Sutherland has more live Dave, claiming he won by hundreds of thousands of votes. The president demanded Georgia Secretary of State Brad Grafton's Burger re calculated tally and find 11,780 votes warning him. He's taking a big risk standing by the results. You're a Republican. We believe what we do have an accurate election. No, I do you No, No, no. You know you don't have you don't have not even close. Remember the state Board of Elections? Democrat David Worley is calling for an investigation of the call, suggesting the president solicited the secretary of state to commit election fraud. Dave, right. So the president may say even more tonight when he goes to Georgia to campaign for the two Republican senators and run off elections tomorrow. David Perdue and Kelly Leffler. The nation's depending on us, where the firewall to stopping socialism. No Raphael Warnock, the Democrat trying to unseat her, it is about the dignity of work it is about voting rights is about civil rights. It is about saving the planet about clean air and clean water. If he and Jon Ossoff's When Democrats will take power in the Senate, they already could. Troll. The House. President elect Biden will also campaign in Georgia today for the Democrats amid a worldwide
"trump stills" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"President. Trump still hasn't signed to the next Cove in 19 relief bill passed last week by Congress. Fox's David Sponge with the latest president Trump has a bill that would keep the government open and give Americans direct payments for covert relief. The president who's spending a couple of weeks in Palm Beach, Florida, says $600 is simply not enough, and nose in need should be getting direct payments of it least $2000. The president is complaining about foreign aid in that funding bill. Some of that foreign aid to point out came from his own state department's request. But the House will vote on a $2000 direct payment plan tomorrow to get everybody on the record Republicans and Democrats. A Prince William County sheriff's deputy says he did not make the social media posts that led the sheriff to fire him, Aaron Hoffman told The Washington Post his parlor account was hacked. One, said the chief justice of the Supreme Court's life quote needs to be shortened unquote because he voted to dismiss the lawsuit. Texas brought over allegations of voter fraud. Lots of questions left to be answered about an RV explosion in downtown Nashville on Christmas morning. Some of them may be answered by a search of a home in Antioch. Tennessee, conducting with his source tells us was court authorized activity seeking evidence as part of the investigation and image of the home from May 2019. She was an art. Similar to the one that was blown up on Christmas Day was parked at that home. However, there was no sight of an RV there yesterday, and authorities are not saying what exactly led them to that home. We have over 500 investigative.
"trump stills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"President Trump still has not signed to the coronavirus stimulus package, which was approved by Congress. Theo president in a video on Twitter, calling the bill a disaster. Demanding that Congress increased proposed individual checks from $600 to $2000 but is a B C's Christine Sloan tells us there are other serious implications. Supplemental unemployment benefits for millions of Americans ran out at midnight as President. Trump refused to sign the $900 billion stimulus package passed by Congress last week. Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill, both urging the president to sign the bill. If the president continues to hold off on signing the bill. The government is set to shut down Monday. And the federal moratorium on evictions runs out later this week. Christine Sloan ABC News, the United States added more than 225,000 new cases of covert 19 and another 1645 died. In the last 24 hours. There's a breakdown with NBC's Chuck Secrets, and Johns Hopkins University, which tallies Covitz stats says total U. S virus cases are nearly 19 million since the pandemic began. India's second with over 10 million Brazil's third with over seven million. There've been more than 331,000 cubic deaths of the U. S. 190,000 in Brazil, 147,000 in India, experts suspect many more covert cases and have been counted because of under reporting asymptomatic infections and lack of cooperation. With contact tracers and let's take a trip around New England and see where Cove ID is in Maine, where am teas in the southern portion of mean about to get their Corona virus vaccines, the main center for Disease Control and Prevention says thousands have been vaccinated. Mean, is focusing its early efforts on frontline health care providers and residents of long term care facilities. The York County Incident Management team says it started its rollout of the vaccine to all E M. T s in their county. In Vermont, the state Supreme Court now requiring the most court hearings be done remotely, and FEMA awarding Rhode Island's Department of Health more than $3 million to help cover expenses resulting from the Corona virus pandemic. Dry ice. It's very cold. The pandemic has made dry ice red hot visors. Corona virus vaccine must be stored it extremely cold temperatures, creating a heavy demand for dry eyes. So has increased online food shopping. David Hatchet with CK Try I Supply says business is booming. We've gotten a lot of phone calls from local hospitals, City officials asking Can you make the dry eyes? How do we store it? How do we get it? Can you handle the demand? Response. The customers how much will you need? And when? Stephane Kaufman, CBS News, UMass Memorial Healthcare and Harrington Healthcare System, taking another step toward a proposed merger They have filed their plan with state regulatory agencies, which is part of a process expected to take about four months. If approved, U Mass Memorial would become the parent company of Harrington. Officials from both health care system say a merger would benefit Central Massachusetts. The systems began talks last January and agreed to merge in September. Boeing about to receive a big order for its once beleaguered new passenger jet. Alaska Airlines says it intends to buy 68 New Boeing 7 37 Max airplanes despite the model, having been grounded in 2019 after two crashes killed more than 340 people. The airline says it would on Lee fly the aircraft after it has determined it is safe through its own assessments, verifications and internal reviews. Restrictions have been lifted in the U. S on the aircraft and commercial flights in the country are expected to resume soon..
Stimulus update: Republicans block $2,000 COVID-19 relief checks despite Trump demand
"President Trump still refusing to sign the covert relief deal attached to a massive spending bill into law and largely symbolic efforts by House lawmakers. To address the president's requests quickly failed today, consistent with the request of the president, United States, I ask Unanimous consent committee in a matter of minutes on the House floor today, Republicans shot down an effort by Democrats to approve $2000 stimulus checks, and Democrats denied a GOP request to amend foreign policy spending. But we do not have a unanimous consent. President Trump threatened not to sign the covert relief package unless those changes were made, so the stalemate continues with eight for millions of Americans hanging in the balance. That's a BCS Elizabeth Scholesy
Trump issues 15 pardons, including Republican allies
"President Trump issued 15 pardons and commuted the sentences of five people yesterday. The people Pardoned include allies caught up in the Russia investigation. A pair of congressional Republicans who were strong supporters and former government contractors convicted in a 2007 massacre in Baghdad issuing pardons is not an unusual act for an outgoing president. Trump's still refuses to publicly acknowledge his election laws.
U.S. Cyber Agency: Computer Hack Poses 'Grave Risk'
"Days of relative silence, the U. S Cyber Security Agency now, says a major computer hack Poses a grave risk. This risk extends to all levels of government, federal, state and local thousands of private companies and organizations have also been impacted and to make it worse. The computer hack is still happening. NPR national security correspondent Greg Meyer is following the story and joins us. Good morning, Greg. Hi, Rachel. We've been hearing about this hack of government computers this week, but but this sounds even more ominous. Yeah, True of the U. S government was really blindsided when the story broke last weekend. President Trump still has yet to say a word. But we now have this assessment from the Cyber Security Agency at Homeland Security. And it makes clear this was an enormous breach, perhaps unprecedented, and it's still taking place. The Department of Energy is the latest government department to acknowledge it was breach, though it says the nuclear arsenal it manages was not at risk. But it's just important to understand. This year scale here. The hackers invaded computers at all levels of government and the private sector. Some 18,000 separate organizations for a little perspective. I spoke to Steve Ryan, he worked for more than 30 years that the National Security Agency and was the deputy director of the Threat Operation Center. This is big. This is bigger than anything we've ever experienced in this country. I don't know what I would put second to this well, So who's behind it? Well, the cyber experts are quite confident it's Russia. This was an extremely sophisticated, stealthy attack, using techniques that have never been seen before. So given this skill level and the targets it points to Russia's foreign intelligence service, the SPR and Attackers are known as cozy bear. You may recall one of those experts, Dmitri Alperovitch says the U. S needs to move quickly on two separate fronts. The first phase is to put out the fire contained the incidents and kick the Russians out of squid responsible. And then the second phase is really looking broader of how the Russians have had this level of access. It's our most sensitive networks really over the last at least nine months, so cyber experts are sure this is Russia is the broader Trump Administration. Well, they haven't given attribution at this point to anyone. And yesterday, Vladimir Putin had this long news conference. He sort of mock the notion that this country would be involved in something like this. But U. S intelligence agencies are starting classified briefings on Capitol Hill and the Republican chairman and the top Democrat on the Senate Armed Services Committee issued a joint statement saying that quote The cyber intrusion appears to be ongoing and has the hallmarks of a Russian intelligence operation. I mean, if that's the case, this isn't the first time why can't the U. S anticipate prevent these these types of attacks from Russia? Yeah. Rachel, this would be the third big Russian hack In the past five years. I got a glimpse of these U. S efforts to ward off cyber intruders. The National Security Agency invited me last year to its big, sprawling campus out in Fort Meade, Maryland. To see this new big integrated cyber center that it has the include this cavernous hall. It's ineffective War room with all these cyber warriors and big movie screens featuring this constantly updated information. I mean, this may well be the greatest concentration of cyber power anywhere in the world. And yet just months after I visited The hackers broke into computer systems all across the U. S. How I mean, I guess that's the million dollar question more than a million dollars, But I mean, how do hackers keep finding their ways into the systems? It was brilliant and simple. In this case, it was a software update. You know those little notices we all see on our computer screams, and we don't pay any attention to them. But the hackers sort of definitely loaded some malware onto a software update that's provided by a company called Solar Winds. It's a tech company from Austin, Texas. And it's not widely known outside the industry itself. But it provides that these network monitoring updates throughout the U. S. And from March through June 18,000 of its customers. Got this update. And so this allowed the hackers in the email systems and the suspicion is they've moved on and are operating more widely in the networks. The big question right now is did they get into classified government systems? But regardless fixing this will be very painstaking and expensive and urgent, right? Because you said earlier that there still there like they embedded into these systems, and they still exist. They still have a presence there. I mean, this is gonna be a long term problem. What action? Could the Trump Administration take in just the next few weeks? Well, we're still waiting for the president or any member of his men Administration to speak publicly. We've only seen some statements. On. We know President Trump entered office with a Russian hacking controversy. Now he'll be leaving office with this hacking controversy. One He doesn't want to discuss. President elect Joe Biden says he'll impose substantial cost. Yeah, but he knows Now he'll have this big problem on his hands on day one of his administration, NPR's Greg Marie, Thank you. My pleasure.
Trump blasts Supreme Court as having ‘no wisdom’ after it dismisses suit to overturn election
"Electoral college meeting to finalize the results of the election. President Trump still vowing to continuous fight over unproven widespread voter fraud allegations, The president celebrated that vaccine news. But But then he did turn toe blasting the Supreme Court, which for the second time this week rejected a case tied to his fight to try and overturn the results of the 2020 election. That lawsuit sought to throw out millions of votes and four battleground states, the high court saying that it lacks legal standing President Trump in tweeting the Supreme Court really let us down. No wisdom. No courage. ABC News, White House correspondent Rachel Scott Time
Trump, still fighting the election results, hosts rally for Georgia senators
"Georgia for rallies supporting two Republican senators who face a runoff next month. But earlier, Trump pressured Governor Brian Camp to convene the legislature and overturned the state's election results. Georgia Public broadcasting Stephen Fowler reports camp refused The president once again push for camp to call a special session for lawmakers to appoint electors for Trump. That's despite no evidence of widespread fraud and an audit plus a recount that confirmed President elect Joe Biden won the state. Tweet. Kemp said he told the president he had already called for three audits of the election. So far, Trump has been fixated on Georgia's results in recent weeks, even as other Republicans have turned their attention to the pair of Senate run offs that will decide which party will hold the majority.
Trump rallies for Republican Senators Loeffler and Perdue in Georgia
"President. Trump still refusing to concede the election is hitting the campaign trail tonight, CBS A Chip, Reid explains. President Trump will be involved us to Georgia this evening, where he will rally support for two Republican senators who face runoff elections one month from today, January 5th. Those races are incredibly important because they will determine which party controls the United States Senate and many Republicans are worried that the president with His constant false claims of election fraud in the presidential election will depress Republican turnout and hand victory to the
Is Trump's legal window closing?
"Trump's still hasn't recognized Joe Biden's victory. The President elect Trump gave a long interview to Fox News yesterday, again the same themes railing about voter fraud, which isn't true, repeating baseless allegations the window for President Trump's efforts to change the outcome of the election is closing right? Legal window is certainly closing. There were two lawsuits and Pennsylvania one in federal court on Friday, one in state Supreme Court on Saturday that were tossed out They were trying to overturn the election results in that state. Wisconsin completed the recount of two counties yesterday. Biden's lead just grew there by 87 but votes. Trump's team says The next stop is the Supreme Court, although it's not clear that the Supreme Court will be willing to Overturn the results of an election that low so many lower courts have found to be free and fair.
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"To take over despite Trump's still not conceding the race. Meantime, the coronavirus surging with record infections nationwide, 170,000 new cases reported Friday alone, along with more than 1000 deaths, which is really alarming spike across the country. The president's is going to go down is gonna go down quickly. We've heard that so often, and it is so honest Wrestles with his electoral defeat that really, that's probably the reason he lost more than any other the his handling of this pandemic in this way, where he just didn't come to grips with it and tried to talk his way out of it. The virus can't get talked away. ABC is Terry Maran's Trump still not giving up his election challenges. He put his lawyer Rudy Giuliani, in charge of the campaign's multistate legal fight, even though most of the cases have been thrown out or withdrawn. Trump was declared the winner in North Carolina on Friday ahead of Biden by 73,000 votes. Georgia, A different story. The president losing to Joe Biden in that state, and there's two hotly contested Senate race is going to a crucial runoff Democrats Jon Ossoff's and Reverend Raphael Warnock doing well in the traditionally red state that Trump won four years ago. What was accomplished is that we have the president, you know here, President Trump became a one term president and we have to get back to work. We need the seats all over again because so many people are still relying on us Democratic Congresswoman Lucy McBath Senators Day But for doing Kelly Leffler are the Republicans in the race. The outcome is key Democrats winning both seats would give the party.
"trump stills" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Donald Trump still refusing to accept the outcome. The former U. S. President George W. Bush congratulates Joe Biden on his election victory. So why don't uh, the senior Republicans joined him? Republican base strongly supports President Trump, and they're deeply disappointed with this result. So for elected Republicans to step up a this point and congratulate the president's probably something that run constituencies are going To reject the highest ranking African American in the U. S. Congress lays out what he wants for his community from a Biden presidency. I want to see education, healthcare economic opportunity I want to see available and affordable for all that's what he owes. If he does, then after marriage will be satisfied and kind of president elect, bring down infections and deaths from Corona virus That's off to the news. Hello. I'm Debbie rests with the BBC News. The former U. S. President George W. Bush has congratulated Joe Biden on his election victory. He said the American people could have confidence that the election was fundamentally fair and that its outcome was clear. President Trump is still refusing to acknowledge his election defeat. Our North America correspondent Will grant assesses Mr Bush's comments. He said President Trump had the right to follow the legal route and congratulated him on a strong campaign and said that his supporters would find their views reflected in the United States in the coming years. Nevertheless, in another itself, it doesn't necessarily put the pressure on Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, or India of the other major figures in the party to follow suit, because I think they're playing this balancing act of making sure they don't fall away from the president of this late hour while also making sure they're not being seen toe not recognized the reality that's in front of their eyes. President Trump has sent out another barrage of tweets, claiming the vote was stolen, but provided no evidence to support his claims of fraud. The former White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, said that Donald Trump was simply in denial. Will be totally and holy repudiated because this sort of anger and this sort of populous fervor and this rank or once it dies down, people go back to the regular lives. Say why Why was I so involved with that was so intense about that they'll go back to American football in American baseball. And he'll be on the ash heap of history. So just give it six months, Joe Biden's team is pressing ahead with preparations for him to take office. Mr. Biden has begun his first full day as president elect by going to church and is expected to meet advisers later. He's assembling a team to begin meetings with federal agencies this week, and on Monday he'll name members of the task force he's setting up to tackle the Corona virus pandemic. More details from Noumea behalf as the aftermath off the election plays out, the number of cases of Corona virus is increasing every day The U. S is nearing 10 million recorded cases. One of Joe Biden's first actions has been to put together a team of health and technology experts to look at the delivery off a safe vaccine. Mr Biden and the vice president elect Kamala Harris, have also launched a Web site and a Twitter account for that transition to the White House. Figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University in the US show that the number of Corona virus cases worldwide has passed 50 million United States still has the most recorded cases with just under 10 million testing positive for the virus India and Brazil follow over the past month, There has been a surge in the number of people testing positive for covert 19, with the United States breaking its own record nearly every day last week You're listening to the latest World News. From the BBC. And this is WN Y C in New York. Good afternoon on my on Levinson, Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo says. Now that Joe Biden has been elected president, he's hopeful the Republican governors and states dealing with surging Covad rates. Khun Fight the virus more effectively. I think the political pressure of the nine cove it is gone. I think you'll see scientists speak With unmuzzled voice now. But speaking on a bee sees this week, Cuomo said he's also worried the covert crisis could get much worse before President elect Joe Biden takes office on January 20th, especially if the Trump administration rolls out a flawed vaccination plan before then. After three days of uncertainty about the results of the presidential election, New Yorkers flooded the streets in celebration. 23 year old Kent Lewis from Long Island, says he's been watching the electoral College votes stack up in Biden's favor, feeling increasingly optimistic. Once you get to London, I was.
"trump stills" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Before the president left a fully equipped hospital to resume residents in the White House which has the equivalent of a very good small town hospital inside it his doctor who is a navy commander who takes orders from the president was asked. . What it would be like when the president returned to the White House. . Physically to ban the White House and how what does that look like how do you keep him safely quarantine wish I could go into that more. . But but I just can't. . Here. . Is What it looked like. . A trump. . TV PRODUCTION OF DONALD TRUMP returning to the White House. . Teknaf the mask immediately Not Isolating at all. . Having several staffers hover around him and come within inches of him while forcing a still photographer and a video photographer to stand very close to him to capture images for his reelection campaign. . where he is now running fourteen points behind Joe Biden? ? That NBC poll was taken before Donald. . Trump's supporters discovered that he too could be infected with the coronavirus. . The poll shows Joe Biden with a fourteen point lead and chose Donald trump having lost four percentage points of his base of. Support. . . Dropping forty, , three, , thirty, , nine in that poll with Joe Biden. . Now, , running at fifty three Donald, trump , has now released the campaign video that he made when he arrived at the White House tonight. . It is video of a very sick man. . With very sick ideas in the video, , the president of the United States who ignores his coronavirus task force actually says quote I learned so much about corona virus. . which was something? ? No Sane President would admit at this stage of the coronavirus pandemic. . He also says this about the coronavirus don't let it dominate. . You don't be afraid of it. . You're GONNA beat it. . As of tonight two, , hundred eleven, thousand, , , fifty-two Americans. . To not beat it. . They have died from the coronavirus. .
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"President trump still has not ruled out a possible meeting with her honey at the United Nations General Assembly next week fox's John Roberts the US loses two trail breeze blazing journalist and one day first Cokie Roberts dies at seventy five now legendary TV newsman Sander Vanocur is dead at ninety one and the first name storm to hit Houston since hurricane Harvey soak in the area with heavy rain the weather prediction center has upped the rain totals a little bit three to four to five inches of rain for most areas were right in the heart of things that's where we could see possibly up to ten inches in spots they're all just jam saber with fox twenty six in Houston Imelda downgraded to a tropical depression America's listening to fox news. end of life planning is a subject few people like to discuss to help the Catholic cemeteries association is hosting a dignity of life seminar a professional panel including a local funeral director and elder care attorney in the Catholic cemeteries association will assist with the planning process on Wednesday September eighteenth at six PM the seminar will be held at Christ the bread of life in him to call one eight hundred five oh five zero zero eight zero for reservation now or visit C. C. A. C. E. M. dot org on your way to work listen to the talk of Connecticut W. D. R. C. on your car radio to keep with me all day while you're at your desk to your computer the talk of Connecticut W. T. R. C. is everywhere you are. twenty four seven at Cochran Connecticut dot com and. you're on the state update for September seventeenth president George Washington gave his farewell address today in seventeen ninety six warning against the large public debt him against a large standing military and many new TV shows premiered on this date including. in nineteen. mission impossible in nineteen sixty six. and. in nineteen seventy two. on this date actors Roddy McDowell and Bancroft and John Ritter and. country. hi Mitch Davis store on this. hello everybody hi Brad Davis and I'm Gary Byron we're with you every weekday morning from six until nine we talk about the issues that matter to you right here locally as well as what's happening nationally we ask our guests the tough questions you want answers to and we also want to hear your voice we take your phone call join us Brad Davis and Gary Byron weekday mornings from six to nine on the talk of Connecticut and now on FM on what all three three. the big dog from Smokey bear does before I left my campfire I drowned it out sturdy and drown it out again until it was cold. visit Smokey bear dot com to learn tips to prevent wildfires brought to you by the U. S. for service your state forester and the ad council. this call for health when it comes to vaping flavor plus Solomon's equals trouble health investigators are trying to pinpoint the cause of nearly four hundred cases of long illnesses affecting people who used the cigarettes some are looking it chemical solvents others focus on the flavors like meant on vanilla added to make the vaping experience more appealing Dr Julie.
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"Is in a septic shock and awe is already and pepper receiver broad you'll receive the drugs to protect their leg to protect the lung function to protect they leave a cultural and how is the child's family coping with with his illness why not to be good team in this outbreak is about our design it facilitates they don't it'd be treating depression and they're reaching the finale in the us the walker so they formulate a badly he did a trigger an end we discuss which then clinton them or the situation or if the show today or shooter in dc tyrone the true nia their children or tightening they need dakota before we talk about this this innovation and the cube remind us how bowl is spreading how do you as healthcare workers and doctors keep from getting infected i got a legal question a state that they are able to come on come across a commodity the hype on do act and come asca who on talk a doctor a v a plastic yeah that's good question we have more you look this is a program going for the outbreak inter now we know they end the case because the index is will end the way out to break you just stop it you know but the contamination and it's the same or or a they brought out to break you know declan diminishing he's a by a you know the fluids when you touch it they're both dear you know when you attach order so we did see some for cars owns i mean it didn't come in person does from many for many reasons edge so they can start at the by you no big question we filed to noon all the information they brought about district is in the after that they stopped but we know yet only just saying they got initially in it it all starts with fuzzy say with the human biological liquid sweater you're in her bio so far the healthcare workers it you're center have not been affected contaminated perhaps that's because of this innovation innovation that a limo you're organization has come up with were talking about it earlier the cubes i'm checking out a photo of one of them it's totally transparent like the doctors and patients can see each other through them or what makes these cubes different than the kind of isolation that was used in the big a bola outbreak in twenty fourteen west africa before this outbreak i worked in the traditionalist city we should be stronger shouldn't put the pressure on yeah he was very hard work and they're gonna ditch and you know we're going to be a vp so you know you can just say we shouldn't long time many things change you you know know i don't be so i see they listened to me to be efficient so i can't understate every time reach their patients and you know we need to we have a both cbd to touch the question we filed two foot deep you've got kind of like latex gloves at go inside the cue from the outside correct yeah i did in a position to we saw the daily beast condemnation and there is no it sounds like big progress from twenty fourteen have you found that it's increased trust are people more willing to come to the treatment center because of these cubes exactly a doctor coaching the numbers of deaths though continues decline permissible outbreak water concerns right now is a big program you know they don't think we need ease in the village and the audio from baby we need support roles at seven thousand degrees their security in laws are as synthesizers to establish their confidence mitch in the community for position in the oldest tim tim so this is the way we cannot see depressions any window leadership they pushed onto eighty i'm sure we have or risk i'm not scared or drugs we are but in many ways we can petition any weaken decrease the number they shouldn't on the congolese doctor richard coaching is president of a limousine alliance were international medical action he's been speaking with us from the bullet treatment center in beni in the democratic republic of congo doctor coaching thank you very much injured doctor cogent described the cube units set up at a
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"Afghanistan peace talks are progressing slowly but they still offer hope for the future become bad things to where they're starting today through as there were there were not even willing to meet a government official in now they're accepting to meet more than a dozen of them so tip i just i i'm marco werman that story and more coming up here on the world i'm marco werman and you're with the world where a co production of the bbc world service w g b h p r i n p r x it was big news in hong kong today the leader of the local hong government kerry lab announced that a controversial extradition bill was quote dead this is a bill that would have allowed the island extradite hong kong ers the mainland china to face trial on congress of taking to the streets in recent weeks one march counted over a million demonstrators to oppose the legislation the concern was at the measure could be used by china's communist authorities to silence pro democracy activists in the territory the massive protests eventually force chief executive kerry lamb to suspend debate on the bill she even apologize for it but today she acknowledged that many residents of the former british colony just did not believe her there are still lingering doubts about the government sincerity all wearing a sweater the governor will restart the protests in the legislative council so i v eight straight here there is no such plan the bill is that most of the protests in hong kong recently had been peaceful but some did turned violent so also today lamb urge residents to avoid violence in the future a very small minority of protesters have used siltation so we sought to violent acts and then listen we are set to see these violent acts because they undermine the rule of law in hong kong so i make a very soon cfc here that in future if anyone in hong kong have any different views especially those about hong kong government's policies please continue to uphold the value of expressing it in a peaceful an orderly manner the response from protest leaders in hong kong was probably not what kerry lamb was hoping to hear one of the city's most prominent student activists joshua long went so far as to suggest that lamb was lying today especially when she said that the extradition bill is dead long noted the measure still has not been withdrawn from the legislative process hong kong gossiping could react defeat the game until next year july of course suspend sean install the electricity from cross it's better than nothing absolutely you know that yet long said the people of hong kong had no choice but to continue their protests until the extradition bill was fully withdrawn their movements still continue and we urge to terminate the instead of just playing the games as they own the field is that in fact they can turn the feel alive city so in the long run free asphalt free election and democracy but in shot right we still asking for her nathan the bail activism hong kong are also demanding that the government launching official investigation into police brutality following a crackdown by security forces on protesters the chinese government meanwhile has shown no signs of giving in to the protesters demands in hong kong and it continues tobacco kerry lamb any other pro beijing leaders there peace talks between the u s and taliban representatives ended today the negotiations stations were held in dough hot qatar and hosted by the contrarian german government's this is these seven time the u s and the taliban sat down to discuss peace in afghanistan the goal is big ending nearly two decades of war in the country so make a the trump administration's chief negotiator crazy outcome in a tweet he congratulated the participants were finding common ground but as the world syringe affari reports major sticking points remain plumes of smoke covered this guy in culpable last week helicopters circling the area summers sign of yet another attack carried out by the tall about this one was not too far from the american embassy officials in kabul counted that most of the children then again from the tolerable sat across american representative in the hotel ballroom in dover american and taught among representatives were meeting.
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"Ago they were stopped from graduating is doctors from the university of edinburgh in scotland but this weekend they finally got their degrees posthumously of course the world sarah burned bomb has the story of edinburgh seven one afternoon in eighteen seventy a model of about two hundred people including some really angry medical students surrounded a lecture hall on campus it was where a group of seven female medical students be only women enrolled in the university of edinburgh and incidentally only women ever ever enrolled at any university in the uk where they rescheduled to take a test to see women approached the gate those rubbish withheld from multiple withheld at them and and they were very vocally abused as well just filler as a researcher at the university versity of edinburgh and it was one of the students the event she opened the gate to them and that the men and women went into the whole and they saw their knocked me exam and while they were sitting they exam the mold outside pushed eight sheep through the door if they examination hole and a professor on decide who is a professor at the time said look the sheep stay because it's got more intelligence and the group of people outside put together the search tall riot as it became known was covered in the press and pretty soon the whole country began debating whether women should be allowed to become a doctor even charles darwin weighed in on the side of the women eventually edinburgh seven were set to graduate eight at the top top of their class but opposition what's mounting in the university a petition signed by five hundred if the five hundred and fifty medical students said you know we had we known universe dude intended to take this closest auction and to admit women the students we would never have chosen university as ours ambulances were written to the papers at the time saying that clearly they invest she didn't care about its reputation it didn't care about don the didn't care about the sense of prestige stage who knows who is under a lot of pressure in any end university got the courts to say that the women including graduated and should have never been accepted in the first place but this weekend university of edinburgh decided it was time to to write this historical wrong the school chose seven female medical students to accept degrees on behalf of the edinburgh seven caitlin taylor represented matilda chaplain i think it's really important what's happening today to recognize they pavement these women but i also think it's useful gesture that will hopefully bring a spotlight on the ongoing debate in healthcare issues like the lack of women as hospitals ceos as deans of medical schools and this top editor medical journals as worthy edinburgh seven they didn't let universities decision hold them back so fi objects blake for example who is the ringleader of edinburgh seven finally got her medical degree in switzerland she then back to the uk and became scotland's first practicing female doctor and went on to establish to count him to medical schools for women and the university of edinburgh finally allowed the first women doctors to gradulate in eighteen ninety six for the world i'm sarah burn them high i wanna tell you about a new podcast called things that go boom it's all about foreign policy but not in the way you might think that things that go boom they tell stories about are live in the world around us in an effort to better understand the ins outlets in would have used of what keeps us safe on the new season they tell the story of the secret back channel meetings politico ployees and even broken bones that led to the iran nuclear deal and since president trump yanked us out of that deal they ask are we headed for nuclear war things that go boom second season called fallout is available now listen on apple podcasts wherever you get your podcast
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"The mainland there are no official numbers yet because after the salvini decree many migrants are losing their humanitarian protection status a i mean now campbell was hosting around four thousand migrants until a year ago and then they slowly decreased the last bus the left last week was carrying around like to dozens of them a so in the past year in the past few months they've been sending some titled they can so it's been like a slowly ongoing process politically for soviet muscle good for him to be standing in front of a cap and saying it's closing what else did he say what other messages did he have today he said that nail camp was there's actually a threat to local seat isn't because it's a very small village in the countryside of the city and he basically said this migrants where threats to local agricultural workers and families there anki also a said very briefly that i mean there was kind of a burden for a military forces patrolling the camp twenty four seven so he said the now like the situation would be better after the camp is is closed in the area will be safer and he's going to promote the rebuilding of the counter like making it into something different video evidence of the caps were unsafe for the locals a there is no evidence i mean he was just saying but actually it was kind of the opposite because you probably heard that there's a lot of exploitation of a cheap labor from migrants a who actually worked for like you were the day in a cnn feels so they would actually vulnerable so there were people who worked at the camp what'll happen to those workers yeah they were laid off and they were actually protests today the protests actually began a year ago when the culture of the concord been announced and that's actually quite an important point because migration i've been giving jobs too many seasons in the past few years since the beginning of the refugee crisis and that's something it's not very tacos on a toddler media a sister is like one of the poorest regions in europe it's like top ten poorest regions annual migration has been an opportunity for so many people have jobs i mean it's pretty complex a migrant camp in sicily now closed migrants now out but we don't know where people without jobs who were working inside the cap you're from sicily yourselves defined what is the range of opinions you hear among friends and family above the whole migration issue and and how talion government is handled it i think it's a little different with ben welcoming migrants in the nineteen eighties and at the time there were no headlights i mean we were just welcoming them because the crossroads in the mediterranean and it's so it's been a point of safe passage for migrants coming from north africa where the middle east and i think the car rental rhetorically trying to push for a change in that kind of opinion in a in society so i feel like the lino local citizens are kind of split in the public opinion so so i would say like there's just like fifty fifty percent each people like thinking that you know welcoming migrants has a duty for ads and others who are thinking like maybe we should protect our borders institution is pretty fragmented that moment you know like i said it is complex journalistic funded in your city in cut tanya sicily thank you very much time thinking from the soccer field to the boardroom a reality check on closing the gender pay gap that's up next right here on the world i'm marco werman it's the world maybe watch you us women's national soccer team take home a world cup over the weekend and you're thinking about equal pay if you look at you know how that team performing what they're doing what they're delivering they're actually doing so much better than male soccer team saudi as a he says this is a perfect example of what's happening in other professions to the heat is what the.
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"I think that it's meant to be a dry fear in the hearts it's also unfortunately part of the awful tradition of the sense of being news for racially charged actions i think we can think back to the japanese interment camps and how the census information was actually used to be able to round up japanese americans and interment camps and so i think that it's important for us to be able to be grounded in the history to go into this process with the eyes wide open but that were doing so with a clear goal of ensuring that we have what we deserve which is the power of representation in this country gristle i imagine volunteering the sort of information but you're status handing it over to authorities could be a very emotional issue for people like you who are undocumented and have undocumented family members just how fraud is that decision look i remember signing up for the deferred action for childhood arrivals program and i was asked to give up all of my information to be able to have protection for two years it is a scary moment it is something that i had to do but the fullback you know if my family and so although this is different at the census is different friend some of the same principles apply were doing discounting because we believe that were part of communities that will have each other's back because we think that that's the right pieces to do to ensure that we have what we need and because it's part of my duty as we wait to find out whether this citizenship question will be on the former no are immigrants you know talking about whether it's gonna be on it of course i can't tell you the number of times says i visit people across the country they asked me so like what's gonna happen with the senses should be fill it out my mom and my dad or afraid about what it means to fill it out even people that are legal permanent residents and i think that my answer to them has always been one you're not alone were gonna figure this out together to it is are right in part of our responsibility as people till if you're to be counted in three if we are to be able to reclaim our democracy from those have asserted now we need to be half politically power but that would be counted grayson martinez rose us was born in mexico and arrived in usa when she was eight years old without documentation racist thanks very much for speaking with us and sharing his thoughts today thanks for having me immigration is top line in europe up to and one of the leading anti immigrant voices there is italy's interior minister matteo salvini he's tried closed italy's ports vessels carrying migrants and today he oversaw the official shutting down of a former migrant detention center in sicily it was once the largest in europe but now it's occupants have been processed out or relocated by italian authorities journalists defined you're in your isn't tanya sicily not far from the camp meal of what happened today so a the minister of interior montesano beanie all right today and he gave a press release in front of local journalists and he officially closed a camp today so bottom line is campus closing not many migrants in the camp count compared to even a year ago where did the migrants go a last week the last bus with migrants last a year ago medicine vini said that the council is going to close and today he said that he wasn't going frameworks two facts he didn't explain where the migrants are going it's not really clear but settled them i've been moved to a secondary reception cans and others are basically just going to be on the streets from ellen how's that going to work out i mean we know how many migrants might be on the streets and or those streets all in sicily or could they be going to.
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"Of someone who is approached by a census is taker would that be an anxiety provoking encounter or frightening even wanna say yes speaking with my father just a few moments ago i think there's also a lack of information i'm not sure what kind of narrative spawn as far as like they know my father primarily watches maybe soon but i'm one of those things like that but i'm not sure how much information they would have about the census right so if somebody tells you like hey we want you to fill out this form is gonna ask about citizenship it does feel very uncomfortable and something that figure you'd wanna stay away from because of the question but also just because of lack of knowledge you don't know what this is for you don't know why they're doing this you don't know what is going on car in the future if you're father undocumented yes yes so whether it's you father other anybody else would they undocumented prefer not to be counted yeah devoting that information is probably scare by west of knowledge of like what that information is used for i don't think there's and awareness of what the census my like how it helps the latino population or the immigrant population in the long run so properly community wouldn't want to engage but only because of the lack of knowledge about what the census issues for at how valuable it could be an apply regardless hose way romero was born in honduras and grew up in texas without documentation he's an artist living in san antonio thanks very much was way free time thank you so much greater martinez rose us is also undocumented she says she she might respond to a visit from the census worker very differently i think that it's important that knocked on my door martinez was born any does go mexico twenty two years ago when she was eight years old she and her family crossed the rio grande they settled in dallas texas where martinez was us grew up not knowing about her undocumented status now she's a leader of immigrants rights group united we dream and she's working to raise awareness among be undocumented about the importance of participating in the simpson's united we dream as in barking on effort to ensure that we recruit neighbors from those neighborhoods to ensure that the people knocking on the door you're neighbors people they you know they could trust could walk you through the very complicated piece about what the census is because because it's not just the form it is i statement of saying i'm here i lift here this is my community and this is my way of being able to get the resources and the representation that i deserve a someone that pays taxes in this community which is everyone in the country including undocumented people so i would open my door and i will sit with my neighbor that works with united we dream to count everybody in i'll be able to walk someone threw ensured that they're able to fill out the application as well as they possibly can so you're saying but you would answer that question and you would advise other people dancer there is a duty for all of us to be able to fill out the census and be counted it is outright as people living in the country and so you know we don't know where were working land on the citizenship question there's still a lot of stuff in the air we've seen donald trump be clear about wanting to use it against people of color i but we are also clear that were not gonna stop until all of our people are counted but answering the question are you a citizen so descend yes or no do you approve of that i think that that question it's unfair.
"trump stills" Discussed on PRI's The World
"The trump administration says it will find a way to ask about citizenship on the uss this immigration activists is not deterred their duty oliver be but it's still be counted also the government in italy shuts down a migrant detention center in sicily where migrants have been landing for years i think it's a little different within welcoming migrants in the nineteen eighties at at the time where no headlights andy medical school in edinburgh bright say historic wrong when seven women students were harassed until they left without a degree one hundred fifty years ago so i've seen women approach the guy the rubbish health not and they when they sent me it'd be says well i'm marco werman those stories and more today on the world i'm marco werman and this is the world president trump wants they citizenship question on the twenty twenty census and he's not backing down not even after the supreme court rejected his administration's reasoning for putting eight citizenship question on the census form trump could sign an executive order to try and make it happen anyway but there are other options on the table according to attorney general william bar you know we've been considering all options and i've been in confidence the discussions with the president ever since the supreme court decision came down and i think over the next day or two you'll see what approach were taking i think it does provide a pathway forgetting question on the census not clear how the courts would react if the trump administration does keep pushing to include a citizenship question on the census what seems certain is that the mirror possibility that the question could be on the form is already impacting how immigrants are thinking about the census for many there's a fear that taking part in the government count could jeopardize their status in this country were going here a couple of different perspectives on that now from immigrants who've been giving this a lot of thought we begin with hosts way romero what would he do when a census worker knocks on his door it feels like a question that you would never wanna answer makes you feel exposed as the undocumented person that's kind of like most guarded secret romero was born in honduras when he was four years old his family made their way to texas without documentation romero has daca status buddy came close to being deported in twenty seventeen and he says being asked about you're citizenship is a red flag for undocumented people asking to share that makes you feel vulnerable makes you feel like somebody is looking to come and get you and having the government and know that feels like it's putting yourself at risk getting more importantly you have family members at risk and it's not something you would wanna share yes so it may be obvious but explain why that information is so guarded mean you walk around you gotta work as a family right you do everything normally but that one piece of information is what sets you apart from everybody around you and when people know that they treat you differently at that point it feels like you're putting family at risk weather from immigration a horse's or you know just from anybody else doesn't take too kindly to undocumented people hose way potus if you could inside the head.
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