35 Burst results for "Twentyfifth"

NASA Technology Missions Launch on SpaceX Falcon Heavy

Innovation Now

01:21 min | 1 year ago

NASA Technology Missions Launch on SpaceX Falcon Heavy

"Left the launch pad at nastas kennedy space center early in the morning on june twentyfifth among the twenty four satellites on board were for nasa technology in science saying this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future the spacex launch was eight true partnership across government and industry a partnership that helped successfully launched for nasa missions into space each mission has a unique set of objectives the green propellant infusion mission will study nontoxic spacecraft feel nasa's deep space atomic clock will test a new way for spacecraft to navigate in deep space to nasa cubesats makeup enhanced tandem beacon experiment that will explore bubbles and are atmosphere which can disrupt the communications we rely on every day space environment test bed will analyze strategies to protect spacecraft from harmful radiation each mission will operate for about one year providing enough time to demonstrate the effectiveness of the technology an collect valuable scientific

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Donald Trump: New York Times, El Paso Times article on Clint facility 'big media con job'

Anderson Cooper 360

03:40 min | 1 year ago

Donald Trump: New York Times, El Paso Times article on Clint facility 'big media con job'

"The president's claim of the migrants in custody on the border quote living far better now than where they came from he said that despite reporting including by the department of homeland security's own inspector general about how awful those conditions have been now in the face of new reporting by the new york times in el paso times on the clinton facility near el paso texas he's tweeting again and i'm quoting now the fake news media media in particular the failing new york times is writing phony and exaggerated exaggerated accounts at the border detention centers first of all people should not be entering our country illegally only for us to then have to care for them you continues we shouldn't be allowed to focus on united states citizens first border patrol and others law enforcement i'm doing a great job now in a moment from the top administration officials those conditions have greatly improved in just the last few weeks but keep in mind if the president he's not saying that he says he cancer phony or exaggerated given all the reporting on clinton other detention centers it's hard to see how that could be so the times is reporting is based on accounts of current and former border agents and supervisors and include sworn statements by those who spent time at clint quoting now outbreaks some scabies shingles and chickenpox were spreading among the hundreds of children were being held in cramped cells agents said the stench the children's derby clothing were so strong it spreads and he agents own clothing people in town would scrunched their noses when they left work goes on the top of the time saying the children cried constantly one girl seemed likely enough to try to kill herself agents made her sleep on a cod in front of them so they could watcher as they were processing new arrivals there ford alleges a customs and border protection leadership quote new four months that some children had no beds just sleep on clean themselves and sometimes when hungry and if clint where they only facility in question it would be troubling enough but according to a new report in this one from the department of homeland security's securities inspector general it's not and i'm quoting from the inspector general's report most single adults had not had a shower in see bp custody despite several being held for as long as they month at some facilities border patrol is giving detainees wet wipes to maintain personal hygiene again the president's saying this is fake news or exaggerated to their credit his senior officials are not they're not saying that exactly without explicitly confirming the cancer now saying that there were problems challenges they call them but they're now in the past is he acting dhs secretary over the weekend on june first minute twentyfive hunter children in our custody twelve hundred had been with us over three days now we have the supplemental from congress hhs has additional beds we only have three hundred and fifty as of yesterday afternoon's report and only twenty of those children had been with us more than three days of short as it should be pointing out these facilities were never intended for children in the first place in any number of for any length of time that's where the numbers themselves we can only take they acting secretary on faith and giving all the reporting over the last several months from so many different sources including the government itself it's a heavy lift especially given the win seen as nick valencia was allowed into the clinton facility late last month it was a sham cbp official first hand knowledge telling cnn and i'm quoting the agency prep for you guys adding quote it's a never ending cat and mouse game even all that the burden of proof what seemed to be on the administration but so far they've chosen to make it as difficult as possible to get a look at what really happening inside these facilities respecting now from kansas which nellie the new acting director of usa citizenship and immigration services i spoke to him earlier this evening acting director could you wanna talk about these facilities that we've been hearing so much about if did operators at the clinton facility the new york times

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Bethesda Softworks Gives A Preview Of Patch 11 For "Fallout 76"

Double Toasted

03:51 min | 1 year ago

Bethesda Softworks Gives A Preview Of Patch 11 For "Fallout 76"

"Well now they say that fallout seventy six in this come from bethesda they say that they're going to make it a lot easier for new be okay it into i'm looking at bg two four seven right here in i'll just go and redo the details is a a according to the latest patch preview 'em thinks the mass massively opie a new dwellers will find a smooth path to leaving seventy six that's good new in low level players love you suck good news for you to new newer low level players will have higher disease resistance and find a reduction in creature difficulty over in the ash heap and other areas wants the update is released character's under level twentyfive will pay fewer caps when fast traveling in a number of early game challenge rewards will be replaced with items and other supplies which will provide a better chance at survival so if you've been it back into the game is about the stories that you hear but it just sounds a little bit too dangerous chairman all the crazy things going on that housewife minnow mom i'm scared her targets targets the winds out of the dead cow animals in depth laws i gotta deal with that but they dumped switchblade blake wilson the wind mom's side name mama mama well now you might have even chance of getting back at her it it makes sense because it's i mean i i met in this game is had a big reefer problem for awhile people harassing each other and they never even initially they never really addressed it like you could kill each other like in the world who you're out there and a and they say like well you don't want but you if you should know the person back then you actually change combat if you don't you're still take damage so they could still killing it's you and so that's just annoying in this way it's like okay then the way they're hunting show i'm sorry i didn't have a way to punish people who were like going in and just kind of like a attacking people who do not wanna fight are engaged i don't know if that was initially conceived of the beginning maybe later on they did as far as i knew the date that doesn't really pour system a deal greasing maybe this other ways they they address it i don't know if they introduced a new system to yell at one point they had a punishment system in their early said like if you don't if you don't wanna tech in a you know if you don't engage and somebody comes in attacks you they oh that's what it was i tanya the world with there'll be a bounty on you a in the world would turn against even say if you're like a god in this world at this point that what about one i know like about bringing wind moms in death death car anglers and candles that yeah it's meet caught a grown man yeah yeah of course yeah but these people start forming own societies and whatnot and so now they go in and try it out a they will have nbc's presented late in the game literally lines yeah yeah now gonna just rupp what a what the players have created so yeah those npc's won't be able to die yeah stealing the government tried killing yeah they'll find a way to break it they'll find a way to you know maybe you could just push that character to a certain degree where they come in accessible the bill is a lot of issues where i could see happening in the future how i'm very skeptical about input npc's in his game yeah they like they they've taken a negative and made it a positive and they they created this really special world i think you should just leave it to be a two people have to continue to make this where those fucked up in the fans that are enjoying it certainly yeah yeah yeah find out more see some more interesting video i love that man i really meant so some more videos where people just being asked me a lot of courage ing it but i love that man somebody creatively creative and not just shooting some schmuck walks south of all like you know they put some effort into their yeah there are only yes are the people who are actually doing some really cool story lines of don't like

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San Diego Comic-Con 2019 Schedule Released

The Televerse

01:02 min | 1 year ago

San Diego Comic-Con 2019 Schedule Released

"Did you see it i know if you saw next we were gonna ever comecon preview the schedule of comic has been released 'cause it's oh he's released two weeks before so each day they you know it's like today as we record they've announced friday tomorrow they'll announce saturday and on sunday and so i've looked at this thursday schedule so far there's very little i care about on thursday but of course they have counter program his dark materials with limo well miranda in the end that whole cast west superstore at the same time meanwhile house i care about the they have the first game twentyfifth anniversary randall which will be fun they have the a are during the holocaust panels with amazing last year they have agents of shield pale before a dark materials but like why would you do to me don't choose tween superstar which you know is gonna be so much fun yeah that's gonna be a great panel end his materials which looks really cool but specifically went on a rant as everybody you know he's adorable cinnamon bottom of happiness and joy like choices it's difficult will talk about this more next week

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IBM gets boost from new businesses, tops estimates

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:54 min | 2 years ago

IBM gets boost from new businesses, tops estimates

"Dot com what needs to happen before the stock abide bmc can finally get momentum going everyone thought the company needed to get sales go and again but that happened the first quarter of the stocks remain listless we heard that ibm's new fast going cricket impertinence division which includes their cloud business needed to start off setting the slower legacy business they do they deliver on the promises and yet the stock still trades in laughable ten times earnings so let's go to take tonight ibm reported some solid numbers four cent earnings beat off a three or four basis higher than expected revenue of three point seven percent year on top of that magic maintain their for your guides which may not sound like much but when you're stock trades just ten times earnings really hitting the estimates or slightly beat them as a big deal so to help digest these results which i think seem darn good let's check in with morton schroeder he's the senior vice president of ibm mr schroder welcome back to bad money to see more never seen you jim thank you thanks for the time martin i see this better than expected revenue number twenty billion dollars i wanted to what it's made up of and whether you're happy with the gross margins that it generates sure two things because there's a lot there on in terms of trajectory you may remember already a year ago we said the trajectory each of these businesses was going to start to improve part of that was delivered again in the last ninety days when we grew revenue good single digit growth right pretty consistent with what we talked about the elements of that consistent with what we've been in the past very good systems performance again we said already that the mainframe when we announced it was going to have a short orc in a long arc to it and that long arc is playing out quite well we also got good growth in some of our cloud businesses we got good growth in in elements of our analytics portfolio which sits in cognitive solution so so the revenue trajectory we're quite pleased with and we think we think that we can keep momentum going on the margin side if you have some mixed issues on margin as we always do right but the trajectory continues to improve from where we were so seen the gross profit dollar growth out of that revenue and we'll see margin we'll see margin stabilization okay i want to see that i also was gratified to see four point seven billion dollars in cloud you're talking about a run rate for cloud that makes you one of the largest cloud companies but we don't hear enough about it i love the fact that you issued some of the winds talk about the winds how big they are and whether the competitive sure so look this is a competitive industry right we've got some fierce competitors they invest heavily we invest heavily so let's look at the wind for instance that we had industrial area it's a it's a win across all of the government okay so the government very adept very very good about how they procure how they think about their on a journey just like enterprises are and that journey includes cloud that journey includes analytics that journey includes some new technologies like blockchain and quantum and things so we were able to go in and compete for what is a billion dollar contract industry leeann dollars so about seven hundred and fifty million us big big platform play to help the government now take their vision of how a government should run by twenty twentyfive again these are long long right how they should run by twenty twentyfive we'll bring in all our technologies we have the process expertise to help them put it in place and importantly i think it's a good measure of what we've talked to all our customers about which is you can trust us you can trust us with your data you can trust us to talk about that because there are some companies in the value of some people regard as being compromised and you see a pick up some wins from people just say look i gotta go with ibm because your history is to not give up information yeah i think there are a couple of things that are really important for our clients one we don't compete with our clients right so so that's really important to them they know when our financial model looks like and they know that we don't have.

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Trump meets Putin in Helsinki with hopes of improving US-Russia relations

Morning Edition

04:41 min | 2 years ago

Trump meets Putin in Helsinki with hopes of improving US-Russia relations

"What is the mood in helsinki and what topics are the two leaders going to cover on david green and i'm new l king the president tweeted this morning that the relationship between the us and russia vote has never been worse so what plans if any does he have to improve the relationship and these brutal heatwaves that have baked much of the country this summer could be affecting our brains as well as our bodies it is monday july sixteenth happy birthday to stewart copeland tremor of the police he is sixty six years old today and the news is next live from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly president trump is in finland for today's summit with russian president flat amir putin as npr's scott neuman reports there's no specific agenda for their one on one meeting in helsinki despite president trump's frequent praise for putin a few hours before the two leaders were to meet trump tweeted that the relationship between the us and russia has never been worse among other things trump has promised to bring up the meddling question again but suggested that there would be no perry mason moment when putin suddenly admits interfering in the two thousand sixteen us election even so putin is likely to get his best reception in years from us president many critics say trump's testing meeting with nato and is more recent comments about the european union being a foe play into putin's desire to see a split between america and its traditional allies scott neuman npr news the president of the european count council is urging trump and putin not to escalate trade disputes at their talks in helsinki donald tusk was speaking today in beijing following an annual e you chinese economic summit trade experts say canada's economy could be hurt if president trump imposes additional tariffs on china that's something he's threatening to do is prompting china to file a challenge with world trade organization dan carpenter chuck has more with the administration of president donald trump imposing twentyfive percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese goods the gloves are off but more may be yet to come washington suggested that by the end of the summer a further two hundred billion dollars in chinese products could face tariffs that won't happen until congress assesses the implications of such an escalation it's not clear what products are sectors would be hit hardest by the us china trade fight but much of the manufacturing in canada relies on chinese parts trade specialists in canada's say their country should brace for more economic pain it's already coping with trump's tariffs on imports of canadian steel and aluminum for npr news i'm dan carpenter in toronto in addition to canada trump impose tariffs last month on us imports of steel and aluminum from mexico and countries in the european union stocks in asia ended lower today after china reported economic growth below expectations it came in at six point seven percent in the latest quarter stock markets finished in negative territory in china and hong kong later today wall street gets a look at new numbers on retail sales in the us a new survey from the national association for business economics suggests hiring and salaries in the us will continue rising over the next three months along with corporate sales among the wildfires burning in the western us is one in california near yosemite national park it broke out three days ago and has burned at least seven square miles of brush along the park's western edge it left one firefighter dead over the weekend this is npr news from washington authorities in new mexico are investigating a deadly crash on interstate twenty five north of albuquerque it involve four vehicles three people were killed a car slammed into a pickup from behind early yesterday a commercial passenger bus swerved to avoid those vehicles and ended up on its side and tractor trailer than sideswiped the bus some members of charlotte north carolina's city councillor questioning the city's bid to host the twenty twenty republican national convention david borax with member station wfan has more charlotte mayor vials has promoted the city's bid since february but in recent weeks fellow democrats on the city council with question whether it's a good idea the mayor sites economic benefits of the event noting that the city how the democratic national convention in two thousand twelve but councilmember luana mayfield's has president trump and republicans don't fit the city's values because i don't think it's the compensation that fall economic is a moral compensation and that we need to have as far as what type of city are wing leaders of local democratic groups plan to hold a.

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Firefighter Killed While Battling Blaze near Yosemite National Park

Jim Bohannon

02:35 min | 2 years ago

Firefighter Killed While Battling Blaze near Yosemite National Park

"Cbs news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief i'm deborah rodriguez president trump meets with russian president vladimir putin net a little more than an hour from now in finland correspondent steven portnoy is in helsinki hours before the start of the meeting the president tweeted that america's relationship with russia has never been worse due to quote many years of us foolishness and stupidity and now the rigged witchhunt the president hopes after he spends a few hours together here with putin things will improve will do just fine thank you mr trump will report on his progress at a news conference with the russian leader set to start just before ten am eastern time steven portnoy cbs news helsinki south carolina republican trey goudy has some advice for the president on cbs is face the nation first requests of ladimir putin needs to be tell us which airport we can pick up the twentyfive russians that tried to interfere with the fundamentals of our democracy russians in and robert muller's investigation into interference in two thousand sixteen election a wildfire has now closed a key route into yosemite national park cbs's maria via rail the ferguson fire tore through more than four thousand acres it started late friday night and steep rugged terrain has been a challenge for fire crews cal fire unit chief nancy cobra confirms thirtysixyearold brayden varney died while fighting the ferguson fire officials say varney was driving a bulldozer that overturned as he tried to create a boundary for the flames conditions have been too dangerous they say to retrieve his body police in chicago have released bodycam video showing a black man shot and killed by an officer saturday night had a gun in a hip holster and reached toward his waist as he ran away her harith augusta's death set off violent protests police superintendent eddie johnson narrative that was out there was that there was no gun you know and and you know how this stuff starts up i don't know i think that this will help calm people's fears about that this was not an unarmed individual after topping the three dollar mark in many parts of the country gas prices are finally dropping industry analyst trilby lundberg it's down one cent from three weeks ago it is unlikely to change at this point at least greatly up or down maybe a decline of a couple of penny average price of a gallon is two ninety four that sixty three cents higher than it was a year ago celebrations over france's world cup soccer wing quickly devolve into chaos on the streets.

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West Virginia, Sacramento and Mclaren discussed on Programming

Programming

01:58 min | 2 years ago

West Virginia, Sacramento and Mclaren discussed on Programming

"Brad kavanagh brings similar academic experience background and judicial philosophy that i think most people on my side of the aisle will find acceptable on cbs his face the nation the texas republican says he expects at least three democrats to vote to confirm cavanaugh to the high court those three senators senator joe manchin of west virginia joe donnelly of indiana heidi heitkamp north dakota help to confirm neal gorsuch last year who cavanaugh is widely considered to be very similar to congressman adam schiff says the latest round of indictments gives a peek into special counsel robert mueller's investigation trump views putin has his benefactor after all putin intervened these russian military intelligence officers were not acting on their own putin intervene to help trump and trump is nothing if not grateful for that help on cnn's state of the union the california democrat said the indictments show that russian hackers may have stolen emails from the dnc immediately after donald trump publicly asked the russian federation defined hillary clinton's emails schiff another top democrats have been calling for president trump to cancel his upcoming meeting with ladimir putin saying such a meeting would only poorly for the united states authorities from rio rancho new mexico are confirming three people are dead and twenty two have been injured after a tour bus was involved in a four vehicle pileup on interstate twenty five the crash which also involved a semi truck occurred around two thirty sunday morning if you stay twentyfive was closed in both directions for the investigation of virginia man's need for speed is left him without a car a man driving a mclaren seven twenty s was speeding in fairfax county when he crashed the three hundred thousand dollar car into a tree and total it only a day after buying it police say the driver only suffered nonlife threatening injuries fairfax county police department posted a picture of the mangled car facebook urging drivers to slow down or it could cost you and there's a brand new number one film at the weekend box office hotel transylvania three summer vacation or just over forty five million dollars mark mayfield nbc news radio ninety five bull is sacramento's number one.

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Nancy Sinatra Sr., Frank Sinatra's first wife, dead at 101

Dark Secret Place

02:25 min | 2 years ago

Nancy Sinatra Sr., Frank Sinatra's first wife, dead at 101

"Ten pm kfi am six forty more stimulating talk michael should pay with the news the griffith observatory was evacuated because of a suspicious package for several hours lapd officer mike lopez says the bomb squad was called out the scene after the item was founded about one this afternoon the all clear given about three hours later at four earlier this week more than two thousand people were ordered out of the observatory and its surrounding park griffith park because of a wildfire a bus rolled over and crashed on the ten freeway in downtown la and chp officer roberto gomez says the bus with thirty two people on board rolled over on the ten at the one ten connector at about four this morning that were transported nonetheless considered major injuries that was point from palacasino in route to create most of the people riding on the bus were asleep at the time of the accident the says they're still looking for the reason why the fiftythreeyearold bus driver lost control of the vehicle frank sinatra's first wife nancy sinatra senior has died her daughter nancy sinatra junior says her mother passed away peacefully last night she was one hundred one nancy barbados sinatra was born march twentyfifth nineteen seventeen in jersey city new jersey she was the first of frank sinatra's four wives and the mother of his three children they got married in nineteen thirty nine in divorced in nineteen fifty one after frank had a string of affairs about six thousand people are celebrating what he this weekend in oklahoma akina oklahoma normally has three thousand residents but the population has grown to six thousand this weekend as music lovers gather for the woody guthrie folk festival that celebrates the singer best known for this land is your land reformers this year include grammy winner jason mraz and arlo guthrie daughter and woody's granddaughter antigun three festival organizers says people come from as far away as scotland and australia for the festival which continues through tomorrow land was made kfi new brady's of the world or going extinct marsha middle kids won't be around because millennials don't want three children anymore all the time women's lifestyle magazine the cut says middle kids are becoming a rarity as family planning trends from the nineteen seventies have essentially reversed pew research center says in nineteen seventyone gallup info showed having three children was the ideal in the late seventy s more than thirty five percent of moms between forty and forty four had four children are more.

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Sarah Fabian, Manhattan and Brian discussed on Get Real with Dr. Howard and Susan Howard

Get Real with Dr. Howard and Susan Howard

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Sarah Fabian, Manhattan and Brian discussed on Get Real with Dr. Howard and Susan Howard

"On twentyfifth street as firefighters arrived at the scene victims trapped companies arrived on the scene all fibers extending from the basement to the zillow says the children were two five and seven three people are still in critical condition nearly twenty firefighters were treated at the scene eight were hospitalized officials are investigating what sparked the blaze pretty people are recovering after they were wounded in a brooklyn shooting yesterday police gunfire erupted shortly before two pm at the fulton mall on gallatin place where five people were arguing with a man before someone pulled out a gun and opened fire police say two men and women were injured officials say one of the victims was the intended target while the others were bystanders protests are planned in scotland today against president trump richard jordan has more the president will be spending the weekend at the trump gophers word intern bury the bbc says shortly after his arrival friday a paraglider was seen flying close to the resort with the banner that read trump wellbelowpar ahead of trump's arrival a large protests was held in glasgow with protesters carrying signs against trump's policies and urging him to go back to the us more protests are expected today at trump's golf courses in scotland and a large carnival of resistance will be held in edinburgh featuring the trump baby balloon richard jordan nbc news radio us judge is ordering the government to pay the cost of reuniting migrant families after separating them at the us mexican border brian shook has details at a hearing in san diego friday us judge dana sabra said it doesn't make any sense to make parents pay for anything after taking their children away from them the ruling comes after an aclu lawsuit where immigrant parents were told that they had to pay for their travel and dna tests to verify that there related to their child government lawyer sarah fabian says the judge's order is a huge ask on the department of health and human services the government is currently working to reunite about two thousand children with their parents brian shook nbc news radio new york city health department says fourteen cases of legionnaires disease from one area of manhattan seven people with these are in the hospital they're still dangerous rip currents from hurricane chris lifeguards have been making some rescues this week in alice's husband saw the power of the strong rip currents on l kayak and out looking at a wave hit him at his kayak when flying out from underneath them and lifeguards say if you're caught in a rip current you gotta swim with horizontal the shore you gotta get out of the rep don't try to fight the rep kind of go with the flow horse all this is the first get out the reverend once you feel like you're out there rep dents women i'm scott pringle for seven ten w w news time is eleven.

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Woman charged with hacking Selena Gomez’s email

24 Hour News

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Woman charged with hacking Selena Gomez’s email

"To its mexican relationship i as america's third largest trading carter is important for the united states to have a strong fair and reciprocal trade relationship with mexico modernizing nafta the american worker is a key goal for the trump minister the mexican answered back with a proposal for how the two countries can work together on key areas of cooperation which news time six thirty six a new jersey woman has been charged with identity theft and fraud for allegedly hacking into selena gomez email and the account of one of the singers associates los angeles county prosecutors say twenty one year old susan amtrak a richfield park posted private material from the accounts online the charges are felonies that could yet nearly ten years in prison uber is stepping up at security game now continuously monitoring drivers for new criminal offenses the company is rolling out technology lending at no in real time on a driver is charged with a crime over says the idea is to ensure passenger safety and peace of mind adding it's pulled twentyfive drivers since launching the program earlier this month seventy one degrees fair in new york we're going up to ninety in midtown today wins news time six thirty seven what does.

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US soybean growers denounce additional tariffs on Chinese goods

John Hancock

02:07 min | 2 years ago

US soybean growers denounce additional tariffs on Chinese goods

"And wide our hosts have something to say he was talking talk ten ninety nine three we're here today president trump follow through on his threat with the terrorists twentyfive percent on thirty four billion dollars to chinese imports so what does that actually mean well it's pretty serious for soybean farmers just for starters and that has local implications producers of beef pork chicken seafood will also take a hit us automakers are will now pay forty percent tariff after it had recently fall into fifteen percent american swimmers will pay more for a cars and healthcare doodoo us tariffs on chinesemade auto parts and no medical instruments stock market today by the way dowell was up ninety some odd points which kind of surprises me is all this is going on china is guilty of abusing the trade system and that includes the use of nontariff barriers and arbitrary enforcement to put foreign companies at a disadvantage the us in order to probably succeed on this stuff needs to come up with a united front with their allies and trading partners but we're kind of sticking to europe and japan and canada and mexico so i don't know what the end means to all of that we'll we'll translate out to businesses and consumers beware with the tariff spit on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese good the cost some of the goods that are in the firing line poultry us goods that'll be hit by chinese tariffs would include frozen beef fresh in cold pork dried smoked or salty pork belly frozen chicken nuggets are you angry now frozen whole duck fruits and vegetables it'll be affected us goods hit by chinese terrorists would include farming potatoes mushrooms truffles apples cherries avocados dairy products including butter cream and yogurt fish.

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Twenty Four Hours, Twenty Five Twenty Four Hours and Forty Eight Hours discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

04:04 min | 2 years ago

Twenty Four Hours, Twenty Five Twenty Four Hours and Forty Eight Hours discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"To uphold the country's law that criminalizes homosexual acts the government is asking that the court not widely argument to deal with gay marriage adoption inheritance the laws of stands now has a ten year prison sentence for same sex relations allegations that a chinese hacking team linked to beijing has penetrated computer systems belonging to cambodia's election commission opposition leaders and media leading up to the election this is the twenty ninth of this month global news twenty four hours a day they're only twenty four hours right i was going to say twenty five twenty four hours a day on aaron tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter if there were twentyfive we'd be there this is bloomberg juliette sometimes feels like that doesn't ed thanks so much for joining us singapore studio now by brandon michael prize executive director clyde investments taurus wealth advisors mike great to see you thanks for coming in you know we're looking at the trade war and the implications to markets we've certainly seen in china the shanghai composite extend into that bear market territory the saying last week they wouldn't use the one as a trade weapon things have changed in the last forty eight hours what do you think might happen from china in terms of retaliation i think it's going to be complicated but i think if you step back the real question is this it's often said that the only winner in a trade war inflation and we already have the largest stimulus in history outside of wars the last stimulus tax catholic biz was basically of the vietnam war the korean war so i think it's because to the question about chinese currency in financial markets it's very important to understand that i think the fed powell the mr powell at the fed has a real dilemma because he is determined to raise interest rates before potentially we have a slowdown in the economy but now with these trade tensions potentially would very much complicated his his endeavors so that is the question mark is also the question for china the currency could we see more dollar strength because of higher rates and how this potentially lead to capital market is location do you really believe that leaders on both sides who are conducting these trade negotiations are are not cognizant of the stakes and how high they are in disrupting the the global growth story i mean is this still part of the negotiation process do you think or have we crossed beyond that is if we have crossed the rubicon look i think that's the question that has many people's mind but i think mr trump is delivering on his campaign promises and that is to help the american worker and to some extent restructure nachos global trade but the global world order shortterm that would lead to potentially yes i mean higher inflation but also more importantly higher higher wages in the united states which is what he would like to rebalance the the sort of the benefit from companies to individual voters and people who voted for him at the american worker that of course has negative implement longerterm implications for financial assets and they're already at a multiyear an alternate ultimate highs recently but does it also you know what president trump is trying to do in terms of hurting capital intensive in business sentiment in the us i look i think that's to to the question previously that's the really big debate but mr trump might think short term pain for longterm gain because i think he'd made it very clear when he said that look the united states doesn't really have too much of choice because it's already rather bad with regards to house he sees attracts the trade situation so i think there's no easy solution to this unless it costs them in a big way politically because we've got the us off term elections coming up in the us this fall and there are a lot of republican states red states that have been and are being adversely impacted by a lot of the discussions whether they're manufacturers or whether they're in the agricultural industries will continue with rainer michael price here on daybreak asia he's with taurus wealth management update you on markets and global news that's coming up this is bloomberg listen as a hiring manager i've got to.

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President Trump kicks off NATO summit with jab at Germany

The Joe Piscopo Morning

01:31 min | 2 years ago

President Trump kicks off NATO summit with jab at Germany

"Circle of taxpayers president speaking at the nato summit in brussels these countries have to step it up now over ten year period after step it up immediately germany's a rich country they talking about bye well they could increase it immediately mr trump says germany because of a huge pipeline project is totally controlled by and captive to russia accusing beijing of unfair trade practices the trump administration now turning up the heat on china the office of the us trade representative is proposing ten percent tariffs amounting to two hundred billion dollars on a list of six thousand thirty one chinese product lines ranging from burglar alarms to mackerel the tariffs would come on top of twentyfive percent tariffs imposed by the us just last friday i'm thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese products china responded to last week's round of tariffs with the same amount of tariffs on us imports the trump administration says the new levies would be a response to china's decision to retaliate mike rossier washington it's factor capitol hill today for supreme court nominee brad kavanagh he'll have more meetings with senators will decide the fate of his nomination to the high court some of the boys rescued from the cave and thailand or battling lung infections that's according to a thai public health official says they also lost some weight during the eighteen day ordeal and drank water dribbled from the ceiling of the cavern on wall street this morning stock futures are sharply lower futures down about one hundred ninety one points nasdaq futures off fifty eight.

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Mayor slammed for suggesting protesters be hit with water cannons

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Mayor slammed for suggesting protesters be hit with water cannons

"Pittsburgh radio dot com station prom night chairman lo hana law firms studios the foist pittsburgh news from k a radio now sixty three at pittsburgh international at six o'clock i'm paul rasmussen last night in arnold not planning to resign from the karen pa coney being booed at a city council meeting where a crowd continue to call on her to step down here's katie k tv's megan schiller the whole controversy started after mayor picone posted on our facebook page that antoine rose junior protesters should be hit with water cannons when people saw these post they were outraged and last night coney offered an apology one by one people stood up and they offered their opinions on why they believe that her comments were racist and controversial and they think that she should voluntarily resign her position arnold city council has decided to send a letter to governor wolf in the senate requesting kony's removal president trump is in brussels for a nato summit repeating calls for member nations to increase their defense contributions and ease the financial burden on the united states this is been brought up by other presidents but other presidents never did anything about it because i don't think they understood it they just didn't want to get involved but i have to bring it up because our country it's very taxpayer president also launched a stinging attack on germany for a gas deal it made with russia's saying germany is captive to russia the trump administration is preparing tariffs on another two hundred billion dollars in chinese imports with that story cbs's bill rakoff ten percent tariffs would be imposed on a list of more than six thousand chinese products everything from burglar alarms to mackerel the move which was expected would escalate a trade war with china last week the us imposed twentyfive percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese products beijing responded by hitting the same amount of us imports the us complains that china uses predatory practices including cyber theft to challenge american technological dominance bill rakoff cbs news washington the state is accused of wasting millions of dollars in federal aid to help poor families heat their homes during the winter with more on the results of.

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PennDOT workers injured in work-zone crash

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

01:22 min | 2 years ago

PennDOT workers injured in work-zone crash

"Stick product spending to defense and then he launched an attack on a nato member germany for gas deal it made with russia mr trump criticized germany for failing to raise its defense spending calling berlin captive to russia has been brought up by other presidents other presidents did anything about it because i don't think they understood it they just didn't want to get involved but i have to bring it up because i think it's very unfair our country it's very unfair tax payer in the trump administration is preparing tariffs on another two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese imports we have more on that with cbs is bill rakoff ten percent tariffs would be imposed on a list of more than six thousand chinese products everything from burglar alarms to macro the move which was expected would escalate a trade war with china last week the us imposed twentyfive percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese products beijing responded by hitting the same amount of us imports the us complains that china uses predatory practices including cyber theft to challenge american technological dominance bill rakoff cbs news washington pen dot is reminding drivers to put down their phones especially in work zones that's after a construction flagger was hit and injured by car this week in lawrence county spokesperson yasmin mini she tells katie k radio there's something else drivers can do to prevent accidents thirty percent of the work zone crashes occurred at the result of speeding motorists we also want to remind motors to a by posted signs and especially pay attention to flagger when they're in the works now there are over nine thousand nine hundred work zone crashes in pennsylvania each year a new audit shows the state may have mismanaged funds intended to help low income families heat their homes during the winter katie k radios melinda roeder has that state auditor general eugene to pass quality is blasting the pennsylvania department of community and economic development for failing to track eligible recipients in a weatherization assistance program if somebody on that list longer than others you put them to the top of the list you try to figure out why they're on that list longer megan ask any kid kindergartner that maybe they need to be put in charge of this program at dc d it can't do any worse the audit also shows the department has failed to distribute nearly five and a half million dollars in federal aid melinda roeder newsradio ten twenty katie gay in sports pirates reliever stephen brown walked in runs in a.

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Pfizer says it will "defer" drug price hike after Trump tweet

KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson

03:56 min | 2 years ago

Pfizer says it will "defer" drug price hike after Trump tweet

"Also accepting boats motorcycles rv's and real estate donations ten forty on knx president trump says pharmaceutical company pfizer is rolling back price hikes american patients don't pay more mr trump tweeted that he and health secretary alex as are discussed the issue today with visor ceo ian read visor issued a statement saying read has agreed to the further companies price increases that were effective on july first to give the president of opportunity to work out his blueprint to strengthen the healthcare system visor says it will return these prices to their pre july first levels as soon as technically possible the trump administration's preparing tariffs at another two hundred billion dollars worth trees imports tonight beijing criticize the actions as totally unacceptable and said it will take necessary countermeasures ten percent tariffs would be imposed on a list of more than six thousand chinese products everything from burglar alarms to mackerel the move which was expected with escalate a trade war with china last week the us impose twentyfive percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese products beijing responded by hitting the same amount of us imports us complains that china uses predatory practices including cyber theft to challenge american technological dominance they'll rakoff cbs news washington president trump's in brussels were tomorrow he'll take part in highstakes nato meetings and the days and weeks leading up to the summit mr trump's been highly critical of the other nato member nations saying they don't pay their share defense spending secretary of state by tom pao's also in brussels where he plans meetings on the sidelines at the summit to enlist allies to step up pressure on iran also there is cbs's cami mccormick secretary pompeo is fresh off a visit to the united arab emirates where the discussions centered around iran at the same time senior state department officials were in saudi arabia where they discuss new ways to deprive iran of oil revenues a senior state department official says the us is also urging all nations to carefully examine diplomats in iran and embassies the officials said they need to be vigilant about iran using embassies as a diplomatic cover to plot terrorist attacks the us pull out of a multinational deal with iran and may green to lift sanctions against tehran in return for curbs to its nuclear program the battle over president trump's supreme court nominee is ramping up supreme court nominee brett cavanaugh begins meetings with senators who will weigh in on his nomination critics will be poring over the appeals court judges past work cbs news contributor zeke miller the power of these active branch obamacare another big one and another one that's emerging is then this is largely it's not doesn't stem from cavanaugh legal opinions but it stems from his legal writings and two thousand nine article in which he discussed up executive powers is suggesting that congress should pass a law shielding presidents from from certain investigations and prosecution while they're in office senate democratic leader chuck schumer said he'll do everything in his power to block the nomination at a time when we have the muller invest negation judge cavenaugh is way at the extremes he believes the president shouldn't even be investigated he has gone so far as to say a president who believes the law is unconstitutional doesn't have to follow it i'm pam coulter president trump says judge brad kavanagh will apply the constitution as written it all comes down to whether you think of the constitution as set in stone or as a living breathing document open to different interpretations as the centuries go by the constitution is partly living in constitutional law expert alan dershowitz when it says you have to be thirty five years old around from president even though people died very young then on the other hand due process equal protection of the law plainly you have to interpret that in a living way while how any potential supreme court justice views the constitution is important to stakes this time for republicans and democrats alike are higher than they've been in decades charles feldman.

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Trade War Has Just Begun; Here's How China Could Still Retaliate

WBBM Evening News

02:06 min | 2 years ago

Trade War Has Just Begun; Here's How China Could Still Retaliate

"Wbz news time eleven fifty three and international news china's government is criticizing the latest us threat of a tariff hike as totally unacceptable valley to retaliate in an escalating trade war ten percent tariffs would be imposed on a list of more than six thousand chinese products everything from burglar alarms to mackerel the move which was expected would escalate a trade war with china last week the us impose twentyfive percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese products beijing responded by hitting the same amount of us imports the us complains that china uses predatory practices including cyber theft to challenge american technological dominance bill rakoff cbs news washington leila's army is just charging immigrant recruits after promising them a fast track to citizenship in exchange for their service now many of them are struggling with abrupt removal and cancelled contracts as gerald are you going to get deported he says i'm waiting to hear back he's working with an attorney but he said quite frankly look if i go back to china i'm afraid they're gonna see me as a traitor because as someone who swore an oath to a foreign military china will not take time to cbs news correspondent david begg know who's been following the story of a phd candidate who enlisted in the army reserve in twentysix teen the un security council says the peace declaration signed by ethiopia and era korea after twenty years as enemies represents an historic and significant development for the horn of africa and beyond eric three again gained independence from ethiopia in one thousand nine hundred ninety three after a thirty year war but their border remain contested and about eighty thousand people died in a second border war wbz news time eleven fifty four central alarm how can i help you hi i installed my alarm system myself along the video.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The twentyfifth division third squadron fourth cavalry troops e they just get on the road lieutenantcolonel glenn otis they don't have any command orders nobody in the middle of the night nobody knows what's going on they just get on there trucks and march to the sound of sound of guns and the chaos of this comes out several days later as solved by the americans say at the the race track where the americans fight back for the next five days but the reporting at home is that there is no plan by the americans they're just fighting for their lives you're reading of this dog because it's of interest to me because you've gone through the american battle reports the the debriefing the vietnamese the arvin at this point did the americans trust fighting next to them would they go back to back and shoulder with them or when the vietnamese interest south vietnamese were fighting the american units stay separate from them because they didn't trust them i think in nineteen sixty seven that relationship was was not very tight there were there were some units that had worked sidebyside american and south vietnamese that were that were developing relationships and it would that relationship actually would improve over the next couple of years but i think there was a there was still a degree of skepticism on the american commanders parts as to how reliable their allies were and so this night at the airport or they attack the headquarters of three core of the arvin there is no real trust when they get on the radio and ask for help or say the arvin is on the way or we have a battalion of a marine here.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"News sunday he thinks the twentyfifth do curbing iran's nuclear ambitions is imperfect but the french leader who begins a state visit to washington today asked what do you have is a better option not trump has vowed to withdraw from the iran deal by may twelfth less us and european negotiators agreed to fix what he calls it serious flaws mccrone argued against new tariffs to that president trump has threatened to impose starting may first saying you don't make trade war with your allies mccrone plans to discuss tariffs to urge the us to stay involved in syria during his threeday visits one of the president's closest allies in the senate says there's no reason cia director mike pompeo shouldn't become secretary of state republican senator tom cotton told cbs's face the nation that resistance to the nomination is nothing but politics sending frankly say they don't know which mike pompeo to believe the congressman who advocated for striking iran and north korea and criticize the diplomatic deals there or the one who now says he wants to preserve the nuclear deal with iran and negotiate with north korea is this driven by politics or change of conviction driven one hundred percent by politics margaret fifteen democrats change in position no the democrats opposition to mike pompeo ceos change of position not changed his position i've known micromini years we've traveled the world with each other mike is committed to diplomatic solutions everywhere the difference between mike pompeo and a lot of those democrats or the previous secretaries of state is that mike compare recognizes that the credible threat of military force is essential to getting diplomatic solutions but a lot of these democrats who is the iran nuclear deal and he said in his testimony oni now he wants to preserve it opposing there on nuclear deal doesn't mean that you're opposed to diplomatic solutions major post bad diplomatic that was a change in position for him alternately it's the president and makes that decision mike pompeo will conduct foreign policy on behalf of the president but as he said in his testimony it's the president who will make that decision but the democrats especially on the foreign relations committee are really engaged in shameful political behavior fifteen of them voted for mike pompeo lesch last year be the director of the cia not a single one of them to.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on KGO 810

"Cup of coffee to stay awake twentyfifth cup of coffee great all right that's it i'm done that's your news i'm marshall phillips the armstrong and getty show the conscience of the nation why are you playing your music so loud why are you wearing jean shorts it's fifty degrees a lot of questions for party coffee party who did that study by the way i didn't know what he made it it's credit it's unaccredited meow no no credit for this on there was something joyous some website i'm glad they didn't flyer that was left on my windshield important he lost my son let it left an interesting note for the leprechaun in the leprechaun trap run for your life i think we have a moment of maturity and development going on or the number changing human condition all the way petering out on the armstrong and getty show armstrong and getty conscience alternation ten traffic from the chilton auto body traffic desk still a couple of crashes in the north bay north santer felon accident southbound one zero one mill creek road that's over the shoulder toe on the way maybe there by now southbound one zero one south of third in san rafael had a crash in the left lane for a bit it's just slowing though right before the scene still have an injury accident northbound eightyfive almaden expressway in san jose everything off to the center divide looks like now but still slow from about coddle and we had earlier accident northbound one zero one north rengstorff in mountain view everything's out of the lanes but it is slow on one on one from about the guadalupe parkway up to two thirty seven a heads up for the posey tube it's going to be completely closed here at ten o'clock due to a sinkhole emergency repair going on you'll need us the high street or park street bridges right now heading into san francisco slowdown starts at the end of the parking lot at the bay bridge sponsored by manzini sleepworld it's time to celebrate spring during mattress during that seaney sleep world's best buys mattress sale daylight savings time's here it's the perfect time to rotate or replace your mattress if it's time to replace than rest.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"They believe and they always say so but this time to call the stated that trump is so different in their view solar radic so dangerous uh so once they throw office that they have a special responsibility to save the country from donald trump and i say first of all i don't agree with that but whether you agree not that's not their job if they want to be activists against the trump presidency then fine resigned from your network or your newspaper and go out and tell the world what you think about trump if you're going to be in the journalism business uh it doesn't work you know there's a line that some of the president's critics in the media was about well we can't normalize the trump presidency when i say is in the process they are abc normalizing journalist and they have no evidence i read over and over his unique threat to the constitution and to the fabric of our democracy but they never give an example no it's a lot easier to talk about uh he's unhinged she has early alzheimer's uh let's talk about the twentyfifth amendment and then the white house dr comes out those lines i'm of the guys finds he passes cognitive tests our questions uh skeptical disappointed all right hold on their howard kurtz his book is off the dentist geico presents unhelpful home improvement how twos you can't predict when a pipe will burst but when one does you'll have quite a mess on your hands so today i'll show you how to pratt for water damage by covering everything you on in.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on AP News

"Twentyfifth anniversary of asiana's indian ties in the olympics to deepen bonds with its eastern neighbours amid is wariness over china's growing influence in the region modern humans may have left africa as much as one hundred thousand years earlier than previously thought scientists say they found fossils of an upper jawbone and stone tools in israel its discovery might cause some rethinking about how we evolved and interacted with are now extinct cousin species like neanderthals the jawbone complete with several well preserved teeth was found to be somewhere between one hundred seventy seven thousand and one hundred ninety four thousand years old previously the oldest fossil of modern humans found outside of africa were somewhere between ninety two 120000 years old also in israel the science paper suggests modern humans could have left africa two hundred twenty thousand years ago with some of the authors say maybe it was even earlier that's in part because the cave also contained clint tools mostly blades and she sharp points some of which are two hundred fifty thousand years old thank you for listening to the ap radio network hey did you know that the associated press produces newsrelated books the latest installment is first cut first cut brings key moments and presidentialtype history to life from the vast p photo collection highlights include checkers the dog that was a focal point of nixon's 1950 teeth checkers speech and the clintons beloved cat socks first titus perfect for animal lovers and.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Confirmed it uh i think he said it i think what happened was that uh that what to say so jason mit jason miller uh miller jason miller is he a as aid hurricane olympic um are basically solve the writing on the wall fought the movie graham deal with a terrible beal and look from the perspective of national radio it's a bad deal i on the substance i think that's right and i think they brought in some heavy hitters like tom cotton and others to spin up the president and and turn them against the thing and i think that to be honest i think those of thought at first that the uh you know the deep fecal crater comments were worked his benefit because he's got his base was going to love it and he thought it was fine and that's why took him twelve hours to deny it um and i think you know i think it's absolutely true they put to bed the michael wolff twentyfifth amendment nonsense but this is the latest in a long series of events where they put to they they put to rest one scandal by igniting another one and i'm not sure that you could say that the media the messaging of the last five days is a all of that beneficial a turn from what i'm talking about the michael wolff book um it's just a hot mess you know years and by the way when i thought too so uh you're conservatives noone doubts sad you not protrump you're not really anti trump i think you call balls and strikes to be honest joan but jiji what i'm trying to do yeah that's what i get it so i so i think you so valuable even on other networks we see in the sunday shows so way with the lindsey graham if you don't like the deal i imagine joan a goldberg dozen he sitting here with viktor been and say guys thanks and they work for this for two months this is what i can't take can you hey dick can you go back and get me something stronger on lottery can you give me stronger can you give me something stronger on chain migration can you get me more than one point eight billion here.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on The Editors

"As he doesn't seem to want to change i think that the twentyfifth amendment idea is is extremely peculiar to me because if you want to get rid of this president you would do serve our impeachment the twentyfifth amendment doesn't just implicate congress it also implicates the cabinet because once the once the twentyfifth amendment process has been start is still has to go to congress and the sitting president gets to make representations the one thing that trump seems to be quite good at asked why he's being screwed so an impeachment process would see the president saying i am being a damaged by congress that is is a is that a strong position for him to be in but congress represents a lot of people there are a lot of people in congress if trump gets the stand up and say the elites in washington in my own cabinet the people i appointed the people the senate approved they have turned on me and they're trying to get rid of me it strikes me his hand would be so much stronger even than during an impeachment attempt why people fixated on this while while they fixated on it it seems clear to me it's a ribbon transi the idea here is that this guy's got into office and the sensible small people people who really care about the country and the people who know what they're talking about who on crazy they need to come together and for the good of all of us per aside and and get rid of him and it it's nonsense and i think it would be would ripped the country apart ryan do you have any concerns about the mental state of donald trump uh i do i.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"It is not unreasonable to say this is twentyfifth amendment kind of stuff while that's michael wolff talking about the 25th amendment which would allow the president's cabinet to remove him from office he was part of the sunday swirl his book fire and fury inside the trump white house has caused quite a stir and it bounces from the week into the weekend hey everybody cage laney america tonight i like to say that this show is about you un yes you it is all about opinions and the need to be able to share them no matter what your opinion is i'm gonna say this right from the start left of left right of right somewhere in between i don't care it's a bout the conversation we all need to have about on what that is happening in the world so if you want to chime in at any point i don't even have to give you the setup what do you think about wolf in this twenty fifth amendment discussion ain't gonna happen i can tell you that but eight five five two six six fifty to eighty three eight five five two six 652 83 let me flush out a little bit more for you here's what he said he was on meet the press he said that the white house staffers he talked to would say things like we're not at a twentyfifth amendment level yet he said others called trump's behavior little twentyfifth amendment said constantly heard that he said listen if i left anything else probably stuff that was even more damning it's that bad he defended all of his tactics in getting the access he had to the white house and that he was able to speak freely with a lot of the top dogs top administrative officials in this new trump white house he'd say i literally kind of natural adorns they can i come in and they'd say okay i sat on.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on AM Joy

"If this is twentyfifth amendment kind of stuff this is our i made any in the rest swing to you all the time 25th amendment they authoring up the 25th yes actually they they would say we're not in there for sort of than the media period we're not at a twenty fifth amendment level yet or they would is alarming this is alarming in every way and then this this this went on okay this is a little twentyfifth amendment so twentyfifth amendment is a concept that is a live every day in the white house joint how realistic is the twentyfifth amendment in terms of dealing with this president i don't think he's very realistic at all i agree with you i don't think it's realistic at all because one of the things that really comes through in the michael wolff book is the cynicism of the people around donald trump they've either made the calculation of european did it again on on on meet the press that either he's a little bit crazy but we can work with it he's completely crazy but i can survive this and somehow come out with a career for myself afterwards they made all of these really deeply cynical calculations that allow them to get through this presidency really no matter how sort of how much it melts down and so i don't have confidence in any not any member of this cabinet to come forward and say we are going to essentially baker act this president they going to do it and then the part that congress at the plate they are going to do it again the only thing that the american people can do if they feel the donald trump's presidency is dangerous and he stabilising will then voters in this country need to do their bit because of the only ones left who seem to be willing to check the president and that means you need to give the other party control of.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on KGO 810

"To invoke the twentyfifth amendment to say the president is is mentally incapacitated in some way but again highly unlikely because of course the cabinet is stocked with trump allies uh they might disagree with them they might call them names uh but uh it's just hard to envision that scenario i think that's really sort of wishful thinking on the uh the president so biggest tractors with that with that in mind let let's talk a little bit though about whether or not the president even cooperated in this did he talked to wolf now all of a sudden the white house essay nine an and then he really talk and nemaa apparently wolf has got the evidence to back it up yeah this is a point of contention and you as the president often dies when he pushes back against uh criticism he went too far so he was tweeting last night about all i gave zero access to michael wolff i never talked to end for the book i there's made up sources at all this stuff well very clearly likeable had a lot of white house access because his regular presence in the west wing is well documented by people who saw him they're so that's number one number two the president's own spokeswoman sarah sanders said just the other day that he did talk to michael wolff before the block now sandra says that it was a very brief conversation a wolf says that he spoke to the president for more time in total than the white house whose conceding but very clearly uh michael wolff dea to talk to the president for this book at some point so uh you know the the level of sourcing i is something that you can uh uh disagree with because you know one of the things that you'll notice in the book as as folks read it is that there are not a lot of in line attributions in other words and michael wolff describes having done two 100plus interviews for this book but in individual portions of it he sort of just asserts that events unfolded in a certain way sometimes without saying how exactly he knows.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Hi this is dr mark rouse from some from altima by care santa fe reminding you that we really do care about how you look and see luke mm i am talking with the two guys her during the break her very into their jobs varying of film and they're very passionate about what they do once again the film is called daca twentyfifth anniversary edition be shown tomorrow two o'clock at cca dinner for contemporary art 1050 opec pickles trail davidov reason studio with me along with david brownlow talking about this film which kind of came on the heels kind of after queen of scott see which was really a kind of a groundbreaking kinda film nobody well as civilians didn't know what to make of it uh baraka is is a little i don't know is it is that a little less uh kind of inyourface a little less i g yeah yeah different so polo more than a yeah yeah it's much more so a little more return internal lies perhaps you know it really kind of kind of makes you look inside fit one you react to these things let's david aubrey is the editor on the film what are the editors on the film and endeavour brownlow was a sound men are david explained to us about the monkey chant monkey monkey then selling monkeys right well the monkey checked is a ball unease ceremony that the the the ball unease people perform in it's a celebration of the ball unease buddhist of fighting off the moslem invaders in the seventh century in bali and it's a it's called the ceremonies called the key check and they do this this kind of chanting in they these know hundreds of men or years these two sides of the men in the chant back and forth is this sort of symbolic battle that went on and in bracha the opening of the film is in barber door is very quiet very peaceful there's these beautiful gongs and stuff like that you you come down through these temple complexes and been boom you hit the monkey chat and when the film.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Twentyfifth amendment bad bad idea but it's not going to stop those who continue down this path exhibit a rosie o'donnell he's like lord all the more let's just ignore them he exist but i don't know it does seem to go down stop with him he's not afraid remember i'm not afraid look well now she's not only scared she says she's also concerns for her health in a recent interview with w magazine she said quote there are people who tell me how it's going to be another year another two years and i seriously worry whether i personally will be able to whipped through his presidency and whether the nation will be able to live through it and sara vie if you're so wrapped up as a supporter of trump or is an opponent of trump if your life is so well around the axel about what takes place in the oval office you must for him lead to get a law in fact i would suggest that rosy publicly needs counselling here or you can argue all day long with you think trump needs counseling or whether reserve social pathway reserve uh some sort of clinical narcissism that saw some sort of psychological disorder but we're not talking about we're talking about us we have lunch we have jobs we of should mothers and fathers manson uncles friends and acquaintances and we actually have law if you can't live your laws because of who's in the oval office the twenty two some tang wong up you're still listening to the michael brown joe get a rain showers snow ferry further dr depending upon where you're traveling to rain snow mixed on the award drive some scattered flicked conditions starting to develop eric von 225 backup bear president survivor cave been travelling from water thing canyon through the tech centre with rubbing his donkey 470 78 i 25 traffic backed up came up for downtown had a crash northbound i 25 at six seventy that's gone a record up north up and i 75 100 20th how fucking lane heavy traffic back to highway seven denver forecast cloudy breezy overnight of 22 sunny tomorrow high near forty two cloudy skies saturday mid50s edward sixty th on sunday right now thirty one degrees but traffic and weather isn't biman 630 k how they is brian wickert vance mejakic homes and businesses.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Twentyfifth amendment bad bad idea but it's not going to stop those who continue down this path exhibit a rosie o'donnell he's like lord all the more let's just ignore them he exist but i don't know it does seem to go down stop with him he's not afraid remember i'm not afraid look well now she's not only scared she says she's also concerns for her health in a recent interview with w magazine she said quote there are people who tell me how it's going to be another year another two years and i seriously worry whether i personally will be able to whipped through his presidency and whether the nation will be able to live through it and sara vie if you're so wrapped up as a supporter of trump or is an opponent of trump if your life is so well around the axel about what takes place in the oval office you must for him lead to get a law in fact i would suggest that rosy publicly needs counselling here or you can argue all day long with you think trump needs counseling or whether reserve social pathway reserve uh some sort of clinical narcissism that saw some sort of psychological disorder but we're not talking about we're talking about us we have lunch we have jobs we of should mothers and fathers manson uncles friends and acquaintances and we actually have law if you can't live your laws because of who's in the oval office the twenty two some tang wong up you're still listening to the michael brown joe get a rain showers snow ferry further dr depending upon where you're traveling to rain snow mixed on the award drive some scattered flicked conditions starting to develop eric von 225 backup bear president survivor cave been travelling from water thing canyon through the tech centre with rubbing his donkey 470 78 i 25 traffic backed up came up for downtown had a crash northbound i 25 at six seventy that's gone a record up north up and i 75 100 20th how fucking lane heavy traffic back to highway seven denver forecast cloudy breezy overnight of 22 sunny tomorrow high near forty two cloudy skies saturday mid50s edward sixty th on sunday right now thirty one degrees but traffic and weather isn't biman 630 k how they is brian wickert vance mejakic homes and businesses.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on WLOB

"The twentyfifth amendment one vice president resign seven died in office and eight took over for presidents who died in office all in all the vice presidency was unoccupied more than twenty percent of the time this was less of a problem when the office was held in low regard which it mostly was until the may 20th century but as the vice president began to grow into a modern form a sort of deputy presidency it became more worrisome for the office to be vacant so they decided that they were going to give us the uh twentyfifth amendment now you want to hear it in in section one in case of the removal of the president from office or of his death or resignation the vice president shall become president it doesn't say we're going to remove him it's talking about either impeachment or death section to says whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the vicepresident the president shall nominate a vicepresident who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority voter both houses of congress section three whenever the president transmits to the president protest of the senate and the speaker of the house of representatives has written declaration that he is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office and until he transmitted them a written declaration to the contrary such powers and duty shall be discharged by the vice president as acting president section four whenever the vice president majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or if such other bodies congress may by law provide transmit to the president protem but the senate and the speaker of the house of representatives they're written declaration that the president is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office the vicepresident shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the offices acting president the their seizing on they're saying that if if these if the president pro tempore the senate which would be essentially the majority leader and the speaker of the.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The is already mentioning the twentyfifth amendment but he says there's another option frankly the most powerful thing we could do rather than pursue the twentyfifth amendment at this point is make sure that one house or the other and ideally both are in democratic hands ohio republican governor john casodex cases trump needs to calm the staff turnover at the white house the problem you have is when you have chaos among your staff staff ian staff out new people here new people there it's hard to get anything done trump supporters are not backing down the reverend jerry falwell jr is asking voters to listen to the substance of the message and not seize on them as a political weapon all wheel defends the president has more substance and form the is usa radio news joining astor's james greenwood the president and yellow up the biotechnology innovation organization be i o in washington dc welcome james well thank you for having me on i appreciate that well sister with the basics james of what is bio technology cure for biotechnology is all about understanding light a human life not the biology of animal biology of plant and in under that giving him understanding at the cellular level at the genetic level and even at the molecular level and then using that profound knowledge to do useful things for humans to win fighting disease and finding cures and treatments for the cancers hiv fail less alzheimer's disease the list goes on and on and on also making farmers more productive so we they can produce more food useless pesticides and then also making new bio fuels and biomaterials from sustainable plant materials are working to go to get more in south where you can go to bio dot org excellent well thanks so much james thank you appreciate a concrete barriers are in place where this evening's america first anti illegal immigration rally in south orange county jason kam padania has that story and anti immigration rally called america first set along pacific goes highway in laguna beach officials have decide added to install barriers so what car camp plow into the crowd officials said thursday a terror attack like what happened in barcelona spain would be devastating because the rally point is that such a popular tourist destination there's also reports that say that laguna beach police have contact with the organizers saying they have a zero tolerance policy and anyone seen breaking.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on KOMO

"This early tuesday july twentyfifth never stops needed dui so coming up on our closer senate republicans will try again today to do something anything on healthcare as the white house the russia investigation bob costantini on that forest our young woman drives drunk crashes and kills her sister then she begins live streaming jim loop has this disturbing storied we've got robert workmen on sports with a lot of monday night baseball the catch us up on following the money is john leisure this morning coming up with ice cream this morning entertainment critic chuck rich gives us a second look at an all scarlett johansson movie many of us probably nest all ahead on i liked it seven minutes past the hour now and senators are set to take a procedural vote today to start debate on a new healthcare bill it's not certain whether republicans can muster enough votes to move it forward the vote so close arizona senator john mccain is heading back to the nation's capital today for that senate healthcare vote just a week after surgery and a diagnosis of brain cancer bob costantini has more on what's happening in washington michael one of the pressing signature promises repealing obamacare faces another uphill task in the us senate today while over on the house side before that chambers intelligence committee top advisor and soninlaw jared kushner will appear again on capitol hill jared kushner stood alone in the white house driveway when he returned from capitol hill i did not collude with russia nor do i know if anyone else in the campaign who did so he delivered a statement though taking no question intelligence committee asked him to a closeddoor discussion after word of the june 2016 meeting at trump tower became public donald trump juniors zone email chain indicated the meeting was to get derogatory information on hillary clinton from a kremlin source however kushner had said in a written statement to the committee the meeting was so on interesting he got a staffer to call him so he could make an excuse to leave the record in documents i'll entirely provide it will show that were proper and occurred in the normal course of events of a very since special counsel robert muller to president trump's finances jared kushner wanted to put aside one nagging number about his i had no improper.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The force the gop disturbed trump's twentyfifth amendment proceedings twentyfifth amendment is where the the members of the cabinet i declare the president unfit to serve incapacitated either mentally or physically and unable to serve in he is replaced is because some guy name adam the scary thing about any twentyfifth amendment scenario vp is almost as unstable looks nice mistletoe little lindsey continues to ignore the obvious trump is unfit to serve the office twentyfifth amendment now i don't know what she's talking about christine didn't lindsey graham attack trump for that tweet yeah he just tweeted our at this morning around ten fifteen and he said mr president your tweet ms beneath the office and represents what is wrong with american politics not the greatness of america i don't know hey everybody once you use you become president you're supposed to be a punchingbag indianapolis should punch back i mean i know the in the past has been pretty much the case although barack obama thought i'd punch germany promptly had me audited by the rs three times so some of them have their ways who don't tweet did make it even worse that was donald trump allied tweeting out above meagre after she said to me hinged teaming hands teaming hands we know she not talking about his hands triple eight seven eight eight nine nine one zero i share in in maryland as a woman ru insulted at this at the way the donald trump a technique of absolutely not too lucky that's all she got so you're okay with this you don't think it's beneath the officers something he shouldn't be doing i mean he is our president but he's still human being and you're attacking a male and a private area let's critic your equity an attack 10minute whole family administration ridiculous kitsap gustav they hate him i know my i knew it more they hate in the more i love him well okay a christie new would you like to explain to share and why she's wrong about about approving of of deng trump's tweets oh sure sharing have you heard that the debacle of what is called obamacare uh yeah okay sharon do you know that and the disease are in iraq are literally fleeing by the millions and i just read a story about a a sex slave an isis sex slave who they killed her child her one year old cook chamb and then forced the mother each him who these are.

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