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Biden, top Congress Dems strategize on domestic plan
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the White House and congressional Democrats are facing difficult decisions as they try to pare down their domestic spending plan the White House and congressional Democrats are struggling to cut down there once three point five trillion dollar domestic policy plan to a more palatable two trillion dollars democratic leaders had talked about a Friday deadline but senator Joe Manchin says the concerns of mansions fellow democratic centrist senator Christian cinema remain an obstacle representative from Mila giant Paul who chairs the congressional progressive caucus told reporters he's talking to the White House so we'll just have
Big changes in White House ideas to pay for $2 trillion plan
"With the clock ticking toward a self imposed deadline the White House is offering to shift off a key component of how to pay for president Joe Biden's two trillion dollar social services and climate package the White House is prepared to keep the corporate tax rate at twenty one percent shelving a hike to twenty six point five percent favored by many Democrats for companies earning more than five billion dollars a year instead there would be a new tax on gains of those with more than one billion dollars in assets in his hometown of Scranton Pennsylvania Wednesday Biden was sounding confident this is been declared dead on arrival from the moment I introduced but I think we're going to surprise them but the clock is ticking democratic leaders in Congress want agreement by week's end Mike Rossio Washington
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Explains How Two Democratic Bills Are a Recipe for Instant Socialism in America
"With us is congresswoman. Marjorie taylor green. Who is calling for everyone to do what they can to try. And tell the senate not to raise the debt limit congresswoman. Are you there. Yes hi charlie. Thanks for having me on your show. You bet you sent out a tweet saying everyone needs to call the senate switchboard. Let's take a step back. Walk us through the significance of this and the latest when it comes to the fights happening in washington dc. Okay well just to break it down. Everyone needs to understand that the democrats are working very hard to pass to ells the infrastructure. Bill which is almost one point two trillion dollars and the budget which they had it at three point five trillion. Then they took it up to four point three trillion and that's when mansion and cinema and the senate said no. We will not vote for this. It's too much money. But here's what you all need to know about. Both of these bills them for structure bill is not about paving roads or building. Bridges it's really about socialism as a matter of fact almost about round six percent of the infrastructure bill only goads towards real infrastructure roads and bridges. The rest of it is full on socialism with big programs in even seven point. Five billion dollars that will build five hundred thousand electric vehicle charging stations all over the country because they want to force america on electric vehicles which will force us to be energy independent or energy dependent. I'm sorry on china and then the budget. The budget is even worse. The budget is full passage of the green new deal and more socialism. These will be programs will never be able to undo. It will fully wreck our economy and hurt americans in the future
The AP Interview: Jayapal pushes Biden for $3T spending bill
"The head of the house progressive caucus says she is pushing president Joe Biden to hold firm when it comes to build back better Washington democratic representative from village I appall the leader of the house progressives tells the AP that the cost of president Biden social spending plan isn't as important as to what's in it is it's really not about the number it's about what programs are in there even so she is determined to keep the overall measure closer to three trillion dollars rather than the two trillion dollar range Biden has mentioned in the Associated Press interview j'ai appall listed the top priorities of the one hundred or so liberal house Democrats the care economy includes housing includes immigration includes health care particularly expanding Medicare and it includes climate change in acting Biden's agenda remains far from certain with the Senate evenly split moderate Democrats Joe Manchin and Kirsten cinema have called for a much lower price tag for the proposal Tim McGuire Washington
Fox's Chris Wallace Confronts Biden Advisor Over Claim That Reconciliation Bill Cost $0
"Senior adviser to joe biden. He's a guy named cedric. Richmond you may remember him because biden couldn't remember his name and you know in a very cringe-worthy moment referred to his black senior adviser as my boy or said the boy or my boy cedric richmond. Not a good look. So here's the same cedric richmond. Making this specious. This dishonest this unethical this outright outrageous lie that three point five trillion dollars isn't gonna cost anything. Listen to chris. Wallace has pushed back but at the end of the day chris. I think what's important for people to understand. Is that this piece of legislation zero. We're gonna pay for it all by raising taxes on the very wealthy embiid corporations versus seven. I gotta stop you there. It doesn't cause there whether it's three and a half trillion or two trillion it or one and a half trillion. Whatever it costs that amount of money now you can pay for it either by borrowing or you can pay for it by raising taxes on corporations and the wealthy but it doesn't cost era. Even chris wallace is say. Wait a minute what are you talking about. It cost zero later in the interview. He pushed back again again. I just wanna to press down on this. Because i can understand the argument. A lot of people say that your math is wrong and even that it won't add zero to the debt. You could make the argument if you pay for it. You add zero to the debt. But that doesn't mean that caused zero. I mean the fact that you're raising people's taxes is a cost. We're also reducing taxes in this piece of legislation. it's a fifty million. Americans are going to get a tax cut in this piece of legislation that matt pay for working families but net if it's a two trillion dollar spending plan net net cost two trillion dollars. Well not necessarily sure. And that's why we will make sure that all of the democrats are involved in how we shape it. But everyone's worried about not necessarily about. How are you not necessarily sure about two trillion dollars not costing two trillion dollars. He's the senior adviser to the president of the united states of america. God help
'Everybody is frustrated,' Biden says as his agenda stalls
"President Biden is acknowledging frustrations as Democrats strain to rescue a scaled back version of his three point five trillion dollar government overhaul plan and salvage a related public works bill as the president left the White House for a weekend stay in Delaware he was asked what his message is to moderate Democrats frustrated by the delay in a vote on the infrastructure bill everybody's frustrated report of any government he pledged to do everything he could to get the two pillars of his domestic agenda passed into law why do you go to work like hell to make sure your forties perhaps maybe we'll get the facts on the phone with a lot of baby remember self Biden refrain from wearing out a new deadline and said he planned to do some travel to promote the legislation's going around the country this week making the case why it sold for the president went to Capitol Hill Friday for a private meeting with house Democrats those in attendance said he discussed cutting the price tag on a spending plan to around two trillion dollars Ben Thomas Washington
The Democrats' Infrastructure Shenanigans, Explained
"Occurred to me last night that those of us who sort of get into the trenches everyday and do this for a living. We are pretty familiar with what's unfolding with his infrastructure. Vote but it but there are a lot of americans. I suspect to our busy. You're working you've got your family to take care of. You got your head down. You're not really in the weeds. And i wanna make sure you understand what the democrats are attempting to do. I want to go. I wanted to give you the basics. There was a bipartisan infrastructure. Deal that was focused. Exclusively on improving. America's infrastructure was going to be one point two trillion dollars of better roads better bridges actual infrastructure airport infrastructure and democrats and republicans had agreed on the physical projects portion of this spending bill. But then it wasn't. That wasn't enough for the democrats because you never let a crisis go to waste you you pile on and you start adding things like things that have nothing to do with infrastructure and you pretend it's infrastructure universal pre-k free college tuition paid family leave extending monthly child tax credit payments on. And on all this junk that has nothing to do with infrastructure and the far left led the charge and they're threatening to upend the physical infrastructure part by withholding their vote if they don't get their wish list of all of this socialist crap
House Democrats Propose New Tax Hikes to Pay for Their $3.5 Trillion Bill
"In congress are moving ahead with president biden spending plan. It includes up to three point. Five trillion dollars for new programs mostly aimed at helping lower income americans. They plan to finish work today on a long list of new tax increases to make that spending possible. Npr congressional correspondent kelsey. Snell has been looking into this story. Good morning kelsey. good morning. What are democrats proposing re taxes. So democrats say they can raise at least two trillion dollars in as much as three trillion dollars with this plan. You know the big ticket items are increases to the top corporate and individual rates. You know basically they're trying to roll back. The tax cuts republicans passed under president trump. In two thousand seventeen okay. Let's parse those two out. What would this mean for taxes on individuals on the individual side. Democrats promised voters that they'd undo taxes for the wealthy and this is really their moment to do that. They want to return the top tax rate to thirty nine point six for individuals. Earning over four hundred thousand dollars. They also want to increase the rate high income. People pay for selling things like stocks and other assets. It's called the capital gains rate. And they wanna make the top rate for that twenty five percent which is a pretty big hike and what would it mean for businesses. Their plan would increase the top corporate tax rate from twenty one percent to twenty six and a half percent. Now that is not a full reversal of the tax cuts. Republicans passed and it's lower than what biden proposed they also plan to include changes to the rules for pass through businesses. Now sometimes that includes doctors and lawyers but it basically means that someone reports business income on their individual taxes and they wanna make it harder for companies to avoid the new higher taxes. How are republicans responding to these proposals while republicans say that the bill will actually have some pretty harmful effects on the economy. Mostly by making the us an unattractive place to run a company and they say it would penalize companies. That would normally use the money. They'd have to pay in new taxes to reinvest in their
Democrats Release Details of Proposed Tax Increase
"We have a full listed that point of the tax hikes that the democrats are proposing. Well i hope so. But i don't think they actually ever do stuff though do they. I mean Something's gotta fun to not only three and a half trillion dollars spending bill but i think estimates have about five five and a half trillion. Hugh yesterday was two trillion dollars in tax hikes. That's not enough. but i'll those proposed tax hikes. Which do you think is most egregious doubling the death tax or getting rid of the pass through which help small businesses look. The pass through is disastrous. Getting rid of that is going to be absolutely disastrous. One of the primary reasons that we believe that we had such a successful economy under president. Trump is because of that we we let small businesses grow. We let them thrive and remember. It's two thirds of new job. Growth is in the hands of small businesses so when we kill small businesses killer economy. We kill we. We basically kill communities it it it. It can't it can't be done. We gotta stop it. That you know what i don't understand. Alfredo they want to return the state local and property tax exemption but they want to get rid of stepped up basis. So that means they're gonna give with one hand and take away with the other. It doesn't make a lick of sense. Do you think any of this makes a liquor. No not at all. I mean look at what the top rate For example in new york city for earner center. It's going to be over. Sixty one percent is basically where we're going to be given in taxes between federal and state is just absolutely ludicrous. not this makes sense And again i think you know you look at representative clyburn for example. What did he say. Let's go ahead and spend first and then we'll figure out how to pay later which basically means we'll just bark you borrowing this idea of modern monetary theory. It's gotta go that. Basically we can just keep borrowing to spend all these social programs
Manchin Backs as Little as $1 Trillion of Biden's $3.5 Trillion Plan
"It started off with a six trillion dollar price. Tag ben is lower to three point five trillion. Now there's reporting suggesting that. Senator joe manchin wants the total for the democrats reconciliation bill to drop as low as one to one point five trillion dollars though for what it's worth. Some people close to him say that his comfort zone is something closer to around two trillion. But here's the question. What exactly will the democrats top line number. Be the process of crafting. The bill will kick off in earnest today as the house ways and means committee. The education comedian labor committee began marking up their proposals and already there are tensions over the issues being voted on for example. We're told that the seven hundred sixty two billion dollars vision for education which includes more than four hundred fifty billion dollars for childcare at universal pre-k and hundreds of billions more for school infrastructure and free community. College won't likely make it to the white house intact. Likewise a battlefield limited resources is driving the fight over which healthcare proposals include pit into house against the senate and the white house. Now the dollar totally dictated by how much democrats can generate puts tax hikes and other revenue raisers. Which by the way is a huge area of contention itself. Democrats could find themselves with about one to two trillion dollars in revenue depending on how much they scaled back. The trump tax cuts. they'll also net a large chunk of change from the prescription drug overhaul though their sparring over details of that plan as well after the real fight will commence how to spend the money at feel like we're in like fight inception. There's a fight within a fight but then a fight anyway house speaker. Nancy pelosi acknowledged the coming battles over limited dollars. Where would you cut childcare. family medical. Leave universal pre-k both care right now. Most negotiations are taking place between house and senate leadership and the white house. But the real veto power lights with senator joe manchin and kirstin cinema so the more they communicate about what they will or won't accept the better. That's according to two senior democratic
How America Lost Its Way in Afghanistan
"The disaster. In afghanistan is a grave blow to america's standing in the world and much of the blame for that lies squarely with joe biden if the propagandists of the taliban had scripted the collapse of america's twenty mission to reshape afghanistan. They could not have come up with more harrowing images as insurgents swept into kabul desperate afghans terrified about what the victorious zealots might do chased departing american cargo planes down the runway trying to clamber into the landing gear and inevitably falling to their deaths. The american backed government had surrendered without a fight. Something that american officials were insisting would not happen only days before afghans were left in such a horrifying bind that clinging to the wheels of a hurtling aircraft seemed their best option. America has spent two trillion dollars in afghanistan. More than two thousand american lives have been lost not to mention countless afghans and yet even if afghans are more prosperous now than when america invaded afghanistan is back to square one. The taliban control more of the country than they did when they lost power. They are better armed. Having seized the weapons. America showered on the afghan army. And they have now won the ultimate affirmation defeating a superpower. The insurgents have made a show of magnanimity pledging that they will not take revenge on those who worked for the toppled government and insisting that they will respect women's rights within their interpretation of islamic law but that interpretation kept most girls out of school and most women confined to their homes when the group was last in power in the nineteen ninety s brutal punishments. Floggings stonings amputations were
Could the Disaster in Afghanistan Have Been Averted in 2001?
"Matter whether you were for or against the war in afghanistan. I think most observers agree that the way it's been brought to an end has been a disaster. The taliban is again in control of the country and in addition to political power. They've got their hands on. Us supplied military equipment including guns ammunition and combat aircraft. So we all agree. It's bad right now but did you know that was a good chance we could have maybe avoided all of this. That's because in december two thousand one. The taliban seemed to be on the verge of striking eight deal with the afghan government to surrender. This was at a time when the taliban itself said they were finished as a political force but donald rumsfeld the secretary of defense at the time rejected the idea and when asked about the possibility of such a deal said quote. The answer is no he wanted. An unconditional surrender. How did that work out just to be clear. No one is saying that afghantistan would have become piece floor. Violence-free only that we wouldn't have spent the next nineteen years fighting an unwinnable war more than twenty four hundred. Us service members were killed in afghanistan. So we're an estimated sixty six thousand afghan military and police and more than forty seven thousand afghan civilians over four hundred eight workers and more than seventy journalists all at a us price tag of two trillion dollars that the bush administration failed to end the war. Early on is one of the many gross mistakes that they made including allowing osama bin laden to escape afghanistan according to a senate report from two thousand nine bin laden was quote within our grasp in december two one but the administration let him slip through their hands quoting from the report the decisions that opened the door for his escape to pakistan allowed bin laden emergency potent symbolic figure who continues to attract a steady flow of money and inspired fanatics worldwide. The failure to finish the job represent a lost opportunity. That forever altered the course of the conflict in afghanistan and the future of international terrorism. That report came out twelve years
What Is Actually in the Infrastructure Bill?
"Let's talk about what's actually in the bill. It's two thousand seven hundred pages long. They read the whole bill. This infrastructure package is larger than the obama stimulus that almost every single one of these republicans said was too big so these republicans said obama's big spender. We don't like debts and deficits but then they go out of their way to go spend one point two trillion dollars by the way. That's you our children's and grandchildren's among this so let's what's in the bill. Let's go through five specifics. John salomon from just the news. Dot com has a great article on this. The bill includes a mandate for vehicle manufacturers to install drunk and impaired driving prevention technology as standard feature. Inside of the new vehicles might sound somewhat noncontroversial so basically the government can come in and turn off your car. if they think you're impaired. The legislation contains one hundred eighteen billion dollar bailout for the highway. Trust fund which is currently funded primarily through federal taxes on gas and diesel fuel. As the text of the bill does not specify a revenue source funds would just be transferred from the treasury treasury general fund to the highway trust fund. You do know that every single year as well we have infrastructure and transportation spending as part of the general fund of our budget senate. Republicans don't care about that senate. Republicans have decided to make buddha judge. The czar of a vehicle miles traveled tax. A pilot program will be created for a vehicle. Miles traveled tax which is a system for taxing drivers based on their annual vehicle. Mileage is hidden away in the bill. Section one three zero zero two titled the national motor vehicle per mile user fee. Pilot remember when pe- buddha judge flooded out that idea earlier this year during his confirmation process and republicans. Got very upset now again. I'm not an expert. But i do know that. North dakota has a fair amount of oil and natural gas. Do you think this will help oil. And natural gas exploration or hurt oil and natural gas exploration if you're taxing people driving by the mile
How Important Is Broadband to the $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan?
"Here. In washington including president biden are hoping debate on a one point two trillion dollar infrastructure. Package could start as early as monday. Just before the august recess senate republicans blocked a procedural vote to start that debate this this week pushing for more time to hammer out details. You've got the usual talk of roads and bridges. Yes but broadband access is another key part of the legislation with the draft showing sixty five billion dollars. Devoted to expanding high speed internet access across the country and details are starting to emerge about what form that might take. It's a topic for quality assurance where we take a second look at a big tech story. John hendel is technology reporter at politico covering the blow-by-blow. I mean this is kind of wonky. Dc battle but it's been about how fast broadband should be. That's been a key. Part of this from the gecko. The original plans you saw from many democratic lawmakers would have pushed for very fast speeds hundred megabits a second download and upload. This new draft does show slightly more modest goals. Why this matters is kind of what technology used to try to fix the digital divide many democrats would like fiberoptic cable. Lines laid down there. This would be future-proof this would be good for decades but that would also mean if you put these benchmarks in wireless companies some cable. Companies satellite broadband. Companies like elon musk's spacex day might not be able to bid for the money in the same way. So you've seen like a intense lobbying over
Bipartisan Senators Reach Deal on Infrastructure Bill, but It Faces Hurdles
"In washington. A group of bipartisan senators have reached an agreement for an infrastructure proposal without the need for tax increases. The group of ten senators didn't reveal details of the plan but people familiar with the proposal. Say it would spend nine hundred seventy four billion dollars over five years and one point two trillion dollars. If it continued over eight years to move forward those plans will need buy in from a broader group of lawmakers and the white house.
Donald Trump Didn't Have to Be Irrelevant
"Trump is irrelevant. He gives interviews that. Don't make headlines. He sends out statements that become the butt of jokes. sure he's got the era of congressional republicans but no member of the gop has the influence or the audience to be trump's messenger. Which makes him irrelevant. But this segment isn't meant to mock him. It's meant to mourn what actually could have been because donald trump didn't have to be irrelevant. Seventy four million americans voted for him in two thousand twenty like him or not. His voice matters to some people he could've spoke out in real honest ways on important issues without fear of polls and push back that guided so much of his value system in the white house. It is ironic that on the one year anniversary of trump wondering whether people could inject bleach into themselves to kill the corona virus. He told the new york post quote. I'm all in favor of the vaccine strongly. Strongly recommend it. Because it's a real life saver quote. Now he says this where was he. Months ago when the vaccine i came out while he was still president and his words could have mattered. It was even clear by his refusal to help distribute the vaccines. He wanted credit for pushing companies to develop vaccines but he didn't seem to care if they ever got into people's arms and new york and dc centric republicans. The main new york post audience. Really the people who need to hear this message. Could this be a stunt to make himself look better or any positive side effect that is just that of side effect trump could have pushed americans to get vaccinated sooner. Could've told americans that vaccines are safe. But he's so preoccupied with attacking. Lebron james and mitch mcconnell that he missed his moment to save lives now should know. Trump's message is a good one the vaccine is a lifesaver and maybe skeptics will take his advice. Which would be great for all of us. But it's likely too little too late because he's irrelevant and let's not just limit. The vaccine. trump could be relevant if he spoke to other issues affecting his base for structure. Biden's two point. Two trillion dollar infrastructure plan would benefit large swaths of trump's base. It would provide jobs to rural and suburban communities. It would repair critical infrastructure. It would expand broadband access and trump has good reason to support the biden plan because he actually pitched a two trillion dollar infrastructure plan just last year but that's just not trump. of course he's not advocating for anything that might give joe biden a win even if it helps his base because it doesn't help him so he condemns the plan and that's been trump's problem since he came down that infamous escalator at trump tower to declare his candidacy for president. Trump doesn't want to help others if it doesn't help him he doesn't push vaccines because many in his base are against them. He doesn't push it infrastructure plan because it's a democratic plant and he's still out going on fox to claim that he won the election and putin who's currently killing alexei navalny in prison is an okay guy so perhaps he should be irrelevant but has claimed political power is the paralysis that elected republicans have in breaking away from him against what the trump base is against. Even if it's not rooted in fact you can't be for policies that a democrat would support. You have to be cool with anti-democratic impulses like voter suppression. That's where the republican party is. Right now cova conspiracies. Defending the capital riot has overblown or committed by antifa. Blm thinking republican election officials in states that correctly. Certified the vote for joe. Biden are traders and frantically pushing legislation to make sure that never happens again but when this is what the party is about. How else could they possibly win
White House Highlights States Infrastructure Needs
"To spend two trillion dollars on infrastructure. I'm nova safa with the marketplace minute. That way coming from the white house today is a detailed state by state breakdown of the conditions of roads bridges and power grid some examples. Seventy three hundred miles of highway in michigan are in poor condition in iowa. More than forty five hundred bridges need repair president biden meets with republican and democratic lawmakers later today to discuss infrastructure a big acquisition
Beyond roads and bridges, Biden seeks to redefine 'infrastructure' amid GOP criticism
"President biden pushing back against claims that his two trillion dollar infrastructure plan too much beyond roads and bridges. He said his plan makes the big investments in america will need to compete in coming decades to automatically say that the only thing is infrastructure is a highway bridge. Whatever that's just not rational it really. Isn't i think the vast americans think everything from the sewer pipes to the sewer facilities to the water pipes infrastructure. The president knowledge. That compromise will be necessary. We'll be listening. We'll be open to good ideas and good faith negotiations. But here's what we won't be open to. We will not be open to doing nothing and action simply is not an option senate. Republicans have called the plan a trojan horse opening the spigots for billions in spending on social programs unrelated. They say to
"two trillion dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"A two trillion dollar relief package for struggling Americans during the corona virus crisis there's talk of another one treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin is asking Congress for an additional two hundred and fifty billion dollars for the paycheck protection program intended to help small businesses make pay roll and avoid layoffs McConnell's prepared to bring it up on Thursday and if it passes with unanimous consent which we would expect it will still go to the house on Friday for the same approval process Congress approved nearly three hundred and fifty billion dollars for the loan program last month as part of a two point two trillion dollar economic rescue package congressional leaders have already made proposals for additional funding including a plan from Senate Democrats to provide up to twenty five thousand dollars in hazard pay for workers on the front line of the corona virus response Jared Halpern fox news president trump says the country may be turning the corner on corona virus infections as the numbers are increasing as fast as expected the White House response coordinator Dr Deborah Burks says there are finally indications social distancing is working we may be actually in a series of communities outside of New York in New Jersey and Connecticut creating a much flatter graph Burke says in Detroit and should ogle the virus's spread doesn't seem to be increasing it really shows the amazing amazing activity of every American in those cities officials say now is not the time to lean back on social distancing but rather to keep leaning into it Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington despite an effort by Wisconsin's democratic governor to delay the state's primary elections during the covert nineteen pandemic the Republican legislature and Supreme Court in the state order the election to go forward despite warnings from governor Tony Evers about the health risk of in person voting many people went to the polls I wasn't afraid to common sense but some voters were wary of the polling places my biggest fear was being around other people especially since our community has a lot of older people yes I just hope that people are taking precautions which they were I'm glad they had all the sanitized and stuff but I was nervous results of the presidential primary elections are not being made public until absentee ballots are counted April thirteenth Bruce Marcus for CBS news Rhinelander Wisconsin president trump and Florida governor Ron DeSantis both promoting the use of a lupus and malaria drugs to possibly treat coronavirus and that's leading to shortages around the country five tablets of Hydroxycut are going up for five more days all Linda Ewald has left to treat her arthritis she's supposed to take two a day all right I didn't catch back to one rationing them has become painful joints are hurting my hands are swelling he well tried filling her prescription for the drug was out of stock the pharmacist John Hession says he hasn't been able to buy hydroxy Clark went for three weeks now through what we had in stock the drugs which also prevents malaria is being researched as a possible treatment for covert nineteen meaning the pills are being sent to hospitals and labs a lot.
"two trillion dollar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of the two trillion dollar relief packages on the way to small businesses effective today three hundred fifty billion dollars in loans and grants even in the middle of a global pandemic political grand standing still continues on in the nation's capital I should say Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is responding to president trump and his accusations of humor being a bad senator I'm just appalled you know I'd say to the president just stop the pettiness people are dying and so president trump we need leadership we need to get the job done stop the pettiness the president's criticism of Schumer appears to be in retaliation for a letter that was sent to president trump earlier in the day criticizing his handling of the outbreak of the virus seven forty nine here in Boston nothing but clouds wind and rain and let's throw in some cold temperatures as well it's forty five degrees here in the city right now Britain's prince Charles opens the new nightingale hospital at London's main exhibition and conference center today the hospital is able to provide intensive care treatment for thousands of people suffering from corona virus prince Charles emerged earlier this week after testing positive for the virus and a couple of weeks and self isolation he launched the temporary facility via video link from his Scottish home in Burr called changes coming near the South Boston waterfront this weekend in hopes of easing the crush on hospitals this as mayor Marty Walsh worries that warmer weather means people will stop paying attention to social distancing roles convention.
"two trillion dollar" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Three of the two trillion dollar stimulus package sent sent it to the president's desk yet it appears one member of Congress will much one one one grandstand or maybe you might have one grand Stander and for that we'll have to come back and take a little more time and it'll pass it'll just take a little longer sources tell fox news that members Kentucky Republican Tom Nassif who can demand a roll call vote on record if he chooses Republican leaders apparently urging him to allow voice vote to advance things but to no avail but even if there is a delay signal plus he says we will get there it will pass with strong bipartisan support if indeed Massey throws a wrench into this it could take as well into the weekend fox's Griff Jenkins the U. S. has surpassed China and Italy and now leads the world in corona virus cases with more than eighty six thousand Dr Anthony Fauci of the corona virus task force says work on vaccines continues best way to get the best of the drug as quickly as possible is to do a randomized control trial so that you know is it safe and it's effective it's not effective get it off the board and go to the next thing if it is effective get it out to the people that need it the outbreak still spreading in New York City with three hundred sixty five deaths and nearly three hundred New York City police officers have tested positive a police department custodian has died in the head of the NYPD counterterrorism unit deputy commissioner John Miller now in serious condition with the virus president trump defending the administration's response on Hannity I think this that we inherited a broken system from the previous administrations not just once and it was very broken it was a system of of tests John it wasn't it wasn't meant for millions of people like we're talking about America is listening to fox news.
"two trillion dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A two trillion dollar financial package and should it pass it will be the third time this month the federal government has intervened to keep the US economy afloat we're going to talk to the latest developments on all these fronts over the next several minutes to do that I'm joined by NPR's I sure Roscoe who covers the White House and Pierce chief economics correspondent Scott Horsley and global health correspondent read Eisenman good to have all three of you here good to be here I felt like to start with you the White House and Senate Republicans have been trying for days to come up with something that would pass along with Democrats in tonight's coronavirus task force briefing the president said treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin sounded very optimistic that it would pass I'm what's everybody hoping that this package will do what they're hoping that this will boost the economy which is really struggling at the moment what what really happened this tonight is that trump really stood behind this deal he defended it he said he's ready to sign it immediately and trump he he acknowledged that there might be some provisions that were championed by Democrats and Republicans might not like like money going to help the Kennedy center but he said this is give and take and I think what what's really important is that trump kind of put his unequivocal support behind this bill which will make it difficult for Republicans to put up much opposition which makes it more likely to pass and to do what they hope it will do which is to help the economy well let's talk about what it might do Scott this is the biggest relief package in history and yet New York governor Andrew Cuomo says it's not enough for his state what impact might have in the Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is calling this emergency relief it is not a stimulus bill he said the goal is not to encourage people to go out and spend money or encourage other people to go to work on the contrary the federal government is asking people to stay close to home and telling them not to go to work if they can avoid it so this is all just an effort to keep the economy afloat long enough to get to the other side of this pandemic and it is really remarkable how far the ball has moved in less than two weeks two weeks ago the White House was questioning the need for any kind of aggressive fiscal action now you've got that opened the floodgates with two trillion dollars and White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says if you count Rick Fleming by the federal reserve that number could actually be multiplied well I mean another thing has happened the last two weeks as record numbers of people filing for unemployment is this solution big enough for the size of the problem yeah we're gonna get initial claims for last week's unemployment tomorrow and it's going to be Graham forecasters say will likely see more than two million people filing for unemployment maybe a lot more so this is not going to solve that problem but it will provide more money for people who suddenly find themselves out I have worked get an extra six hundred dollars a week on top of what they would usually be eligible for it will extend those payments to four months instead of the usual three it will cover people who usually are not eligible for unemployment like gig workers and the self employed now there were a handful of Republican senators who objected to the way this is structured they're worried it will discourage people from going back to work but the treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin says they're trying to keep this simple we need to get this money into the American economy and American workers that's the in the importance of this in addition to the unemployment benefits there's also those direct payments we've talked about up to twelve hundred dollars per adult five hundred dollars for children and Muhsin says that money could be going out within three weeks of the bill's passage to shift to the science of this disease Marie governor Cuomo said today there's some indication of the social distancing measures in New York City has taken could be slowing the spread of the virus how might that affect the trajectory of the disease well to be Frank at best it means in several weeks the situation will go from horrific to merely horrible because yes China and most recently northern Italy have shown that drastic social distancing can slow down the number of new infections each day but the bigger the number of cases you already have the longer it takes to bring the numbers down also it takes a while to see the effect in hospitals because remember a lot of people in New York City have already contracted this virus is too late for them and so over the coming weeks they'll still be developing symptoms still be showing up at hospitals and finally this idea that with these extreme social distancing measures were flattening the curve of infections you know we've all heard that term it still means that people will continue to get infected over time just not all at once so just to be clear the goal here is to keep the number of people showing up in hospitals low enough that the health system can handle it exactly and for places that don't yet have outbreaks as big as new York's the extreme social distancing right now is a temporary measure meant to keep the number of Kobe nineteen cases low while officials ramp up hospital in testing capacity and then the hope is you could pivot to a phase two type strategy that requires less restrictions on movement is a strategy of testing all cases rapidly isolating people who've been in contact with them south Korea's had some success with that but you do need massive testing capacity and even though you know tonight trump repeated his his statement that the U. S. is now done more tests than South Korea when you take into account how many people how many more people live in the U. S. the U. S. is still way behind and so bottom line we're still weeks from being able to make that pivot to a phase two strategy New York is just the beginning cases are rising across the country right now now read the timeline that you're describing public health officials saying is necessary is so different from what president trump has been saying that he wants the country up and running by Easter he wants church pews full of people are you sure is there any indication that the administration is reconsidering that position not at the moment trump is still saying he would like things up and going by Easter but he did say tonight that he's not going to do anything rash or hastily he keeps saying that he thinks that some people may be able to go back to work in just make sure they're washing their hands and doing things like that here's some more what he had to say social distancing such an important phrase and we do it right now the more lives we can save and the sooner we can eventually get people back to work back to school and back to normal ultimately trump has not been the one shutting down schools and businesses that's been done by governors and and at the state level so it's not really clear how much he's going to be able to do even if he says everybody go back to work or some people go back to work and finally what about the supplying of ventilators and PP personal protective equipment the White House is still facing pressure from states some lawmakers over whether to use the defense production act to meet gaps in medical supplies New York says it needs thirty thousand ventilators where is the White House on that debate so trump is arguing that he hasn't had to use the law to force companies to do anything because just the threat of the law has been enough to get cooperation so he's saying that he's been able to get companies to work with them but states like New York or saying that the federal government is not doing enough they say states are having to compete with each other for goods and they want the government to step in and direct this process and even as the administration comes out of these briefings and they talk about all these numbers about ventilators and mass that they're sending out there are still reports to hospitals don't have enough so we're just not seeing it on the ground yet that is NPR's Rachel Roscoe Scott Horsley and read Eisenman thanks to all three of you thank you you're you're all right there has been lots to adjust to during this whole corona virus pandemic wouldn't you say ari absolutely for those of us working from home we've had to learn how to video conference for example so instead of your workmates looking into your cubicle or your office they get to see into your bedroom or your home offices or your living rooms so we are here with some remote meeting etiquette tips first avoid what one person on the service zoom did his computer camera was on but not much else not one stitch of clothing everybody has closed he didn't advance though there are less exposing mistakes to avoid in group tele chats some tips from experts now first we asked Frank why stop he's at our labs which produces tech for video conferences and he has this tip to be respectful to all the people that are going to be on the video call make sure that you're prepared in advance start a few minutes early to make sure your cameras working your speakers are working at the lighting is right and then you have the link ready to go so that you don't have to pay that ten minute meeting tax to figure out how to get on to the video call and make yourself present here's another tip from USA today columnist Steven Petro first up dress appropriately I learned this by making a mistake the other day I put on a shirt and a sweater but it left my gym shorts on and as I can't sit down in front of my laptop which was already on I could see and so could everyone else those beautiful gym shorts don't do that zoom also has some tips for example they write if it is a first meeting for the whole group introduce yourselves because you would do that in a face to face meeting when you also have a work appropriate background you probably don't want your dirty laundry or a centerfold on the wall I see zoom also says look into the camera when you're talking it's tempting to look at yourself but come on don't be vain it's rude and here's Steven Petro Dan with one more big common error to avoid finally if you need to go to the bathroom firebreak turn off the video turn off the audio because sound is louder than you think yes so don't be like this woman in an online meeting with her colleagues she decided to take a bathroom break and she forgot to turn off for camera that was pointed her way well what happened I saw nothing oh my god what happened nothing can go in this moment I'm glad we are audio only lesson business meetings are no place to do your business you're listening to All Things Considered on W. NYC and NPR analysis of the nation's one hundred thousand ICU beds find some communities can accommodate far more critically ill patients than others it signals potential disparities in care from place to place in.
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"The two trillion dollar measure designed to throw an economic lifeline to workers and businesses hurt by the pandemic CBS's Nancy quarters on Capitol Hill congressional sources tell CBS news that the bill now contains a hundred thirty billion dollars for hospitals and a hundred fifty billion dollars for state and local governments which are under enormous strain right now the summer Olympics in Tokyo were being postponed until next year's CBS's Remy Inocencio has that story today's announcement hit just four days after the Olympic flame landed in Japan dashing the dreams of athletes worldwide American Kate Courtney already qualified for Tokyo but now her Olympic mountain biking dreams have hit the skids it will be a huge disappointment not to be able to compete in Tokyo's plans but I also think there's no other option at this moment it's not only the athletes feeling the pain economists estimate Japan alone stands to lose anywhere from six to thirty billion dollars the democratic presidential campaign has all but disappeared during the outbreak but what about the party's conventions CBS's Michael George despite widespread cancellations and postponements nationwide the Democratic National Committee says it's July presidential convention is still on in Milwaukee a DNC spokesperson says backup plans are being worked on and organizers are working from home on Wall Street today stock indexes were up between eight and eleven percent amid hopes for an economic rescue package from Congress the Dow was up.
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"Two trillion dollar bill to pour money into businesses to get the economy moving again sent stocks lower but not like the losses we saw last week this time those losses ranged from a quarter percent to about three percent with the Dow down five hundred eighty two points to finish at eighteen five ninety two the nasdaq lost nineteen the S. and P. sixty eight part of the problem a lack of oversight in that two trillion dollar GOP plan it's drawing comparisons to the two thousand eight bank bailout general electric's healthcare division has been hiring workers as it ramps up its plans to make ventilators twenty four hours a day but G. Eazy aviation division is cutting ten percent of its US workforce Best Buy is seeing demand search for things we need to work or go to school from home Wells Fargo analysts say however delays in the supply chain from China could push back the arrival of five G. phones and that would outweigh the boost from the Bloomberg news remind Joan Doniger on WTOP all the bad news you've heard about with the Senate all that the Asian markets don't seem to care at the moment Tokyo stocks are up almost seven percent Hong Kong is up four percent and Australia is up three percent we'll keep you updated here on what's happening on Capitol Hill and the other recent developments stay with us on WTOP and WTOP dot com ten twenty six at Len the plumber we know when you have an issue you can't afford to wait no one understands this more than our plumbers I think most customers love us because when they call in someone answers the phone and it's a real person I've had multiple customers say I called you guys this morning you were able to get out today and that's just awesome our promise of same day.
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"Are also buying the end it wanna wait sixty nine and gold fourteen sixty six forty one Troy ounce so that's a that's a look at the data and not some really interesting breaking news lines coming through from I also the international AB at transfer disassociation cussing is two thousand nineteen airline industry profit full cost two point one billion to twenty five point nine billion dollars of the cutting it by two billion dollars that profit for cost of twenty five point nine billion dollars at the things that sight seeing the the defects that citing trade wars slowing global growth both of those perhaps link but they said the site both of them and that that is interesting and and and and on the day where you see it at the the European Commission taking action or any setting out the blueprint for a call when you try to call me by twenty fifty you got that starts to raise questions about who's going to pay you to make the aviation industry more green essentially it's a you know a lot of head winds perhaps for that industry at this point in breaking he's coming through that from the aviation industry let's talk about oil let's talk about yeah the world's biggest company on its first day of trading Saudi Aramco this morning popped ten percent this limit up in Riyadh it's now the world's most valuable company would've been even without the pop but now it's worth one point eight eight trillion dollars and more shares may be sold in the next month to meet demand is going to re enter Bloomberg's user camallo dean is standing by yourself talk to us first about how this IPO seemingly went off without a hitch and is getting closer and closer to that two trillion dollar valuation that MBS wants to see yeah it does seem like a bit of a rite of passage to security to get to this historic day but are most IPOs like that arguably the valuation you mentioned Matt one point eight eight trillion dollars at the moment we are limit up from the base of one point seven trillion dollars of implied valuation that means that the two trillion dollar valuation which has been the most controversial talking point in global capital markets are one of the most controversial and over the last year isn't striking range by trade tomorrow and Klay the Saudi government has made this a priority to make sure that the optics check out the status with regional and local investors where this IPO at the moment is catered mostly towards but also for a leader stage to to be able to convince more international investors to come online in terms of how much more upside there could be we were speaking in retail and he's from the month security than to buy you a thing to be easily reached two trillion dollars tomorrow more money could flow in after that when you get some international in the conclusion is one that you mentioned that she wore an option with Goldman Sachs act together stabilizer that could provide some additional direct what about the the thinking of the Saudi leadership at this point then you said there's been a lot of talk about sure they managed to get away a regional he and that's fabulous and it is the world's most valuable company now is no small deal but what about the international investors after you choose to these dogs how much how much of only when we get to see in these stocks being traded how international market involvement well at the moment the the initial one hundred and nineteen billion dollars in bids were comprised of two thirds the fears that were offered to institutional investors about thirteen point two percent came from the Saudi government institution non Saudi investors were allocated twenty three point one percent of the institutional offering to that about three point nine billion dollars that with a platform that suggests that the valuations are the kid in it for the lack of a better word are currently being supported then you can take it to the next level and try to go on a road took it over that with counsel the internet the road show and we are getting reports say in the last few hours that there could be covered the throne IPO and second one or the second listing perhaps with some Asian investor focus in in you know in the also that's going to be absolutely critical going forth but not yet a listing or a share sale in London or New York correct better that does not need to be a priority at the moment yeah I used to think so much use of comel dean there in Riyadh at the first day of trading for Aramco the world's biggest company now even bigger up live it up ten percent in its first day of trading let's get your global news headlines now that we go to center.
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"Close ties to the government to the kingdom and its finances for short term investors the downside protection will probably be comforting before long term investors will continue to focus on the company's fundamentals the girls all the American economic environment and a political race I also bearing in mind on the recent attacks also showed how vulnerable around because infrastructure peace to in a volatile region and investors see Aramco assist showcase for the title so that's why they're expecting of amending funds to coming to support in defense of any term on you saw that happening during the fall out all three to four months off to my shop to Samantha and Linda bitterness were arrested all were imprisoned at the Ritz Carlton in Riyadh and more recently after the attacks yeah I mean that that day they have that capacity let's face it they have got deep pockets he'd monitors on a one to two trillion dollar valuation whether that is deliver about our chief about there's greater minds than my cat can debate dot but do you think that that desire for the big headline do you think that's gonna push more support. it will take a lot of support if it does happen if you look at the target valuation of forty two trillion dollars a one if you feel twenty percent off it would be valued at about twenty billion dollars they will account for about four percent of the overall somebody stock market so that's quite a big chunk and also if you look at the. performance all of the companies in which the public investment fund holds stakes in it's been quite a mixed bag we store somewhat of a pharmacy including Saudi telecom national commercial bank and to Riyadh bank and you are the performers include sebaik Saudi Arabian mining and all my right so if you cut really fight the prevailing wind and does not guarantee that government support to avoid the chef definitely you mentioned the tax items it's it's it's been a huge theme both in terms of signed the security of the kingdom but also in terms of its financial exposure on the bond side for around go which of course only came to the market early this year what's been the reaction on the paper. initially the sore knee jerk reaction deals on our own because Taliban's deep deep increased its my Cup initially but then they have stabilized since then once signed stacked current because recovering from the attacks and if you look at the spread between around cool and the Saudi sovereign that spread has also narrow recent Dennis almost finishing a Ukrainian is finishing in fact when you know investors look at because I saw over and bones they would expect spike TV looking into something done said is a big question mark as to whether it's a buying opportunity includes points at the stage and also people are expecting some you supply from Saudi Arabia for the rest of the year in terms of an inter in talks to issue Islamic dat and we sorted downgrade by Fitch and they're also concerned snickering concerns about the risk of further attacks yeah and it's certainly one of those things and they're under issued relative to what we thought that they would do at the start of the year ninety great reported some pretty quick cracking good stories written by yourself and the team that is to and ninety a smile with very latest on the siding markets to Indonesian on the present that took a we did aims to deliver some off the major reforms investors have been demanding I'm only obstacles to foreign investment is the nation's labor laws in the editor in chief John make of weight spoke to to call he asked he as he's currently known in his home office Soto in central Java he asked him if he will actually reform those labels it's an exclusive interview. yeah my my.
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"If this had a two trillion dollar price tag in other words it blew a two trillion dollar hole in our budget my plan would reverse those toxic trump tax cuts and give a hundred and fifty million Americans who are rice credit a tax increase I am actually redefine what. fifteen million Americans at tax. so how's. he was pretty amazing so so happy about all the winners they're over there on the left running like right now I'm dating Rosario Dawson right away he begged for dollars this weekend because he was like we need to raise I forget the amount it was a crazy amount like four hundred million dollars I mean it was a million at least a million histories of by certain point in order for him to continue on with his campaign like so he's already talking in language that would imply that he knows it's winding down yeah like it's that hit he's at the desperate for him yeah it's bad so I mean guys wired you into me why aren't you in to me. bad it's really not all right so we have sick right now yes okay what we talked about what we got some great sound from campus ones yes she applies the SmackDown and then also there is news about Malani and scissors was earth shattering so important as we can you guys stay tuned for that yesterday yesterday.
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"And this is what she did she was there for ten minutes and came out and said the drink out of the toilet gonna run so I don't have a problem with any of that right I've been with with with him going after them that's that's my point I I ate it if they have said what they've said that they're responsible for what they've said the president can go after them on what they've sad I just think when you say go back where you came from that's two four that's a step too far I know you know that your extract and it's a big step to park let me ask you do you have any problem with what the president tweeted on Sunday yeah it because I know what he meant and he heard himself in the process and I don't think he's a racist I'm I'm not well yeah I'm I I I do think it's Stokes racial divisions in this country which I've been very careful to say I'm not gonna say is a racist I'm not even and I and I know some people in the in the press of called racist tweets over I have a problem with that I'd rather let other people have the adjective I think I I do think it is stoking racial division I appreciate you asking the question because I actually think you want to know the answer and here's what I I assimilated to I know so many people in there I don't know anybody on a are not friendly with and if they say something that I think that mis characterizes how they think of next thing you know they got all the negative press and people start boycotting their shows that's how I feel because I know our hosts and anchors aren't racist or sexist misogynist or homophobic and sometimes ex you know they say something it's misconstrued or they they use I guess all quit language and they're in the middle of a firestorm that's the same way I feel doesn't change the way I feel about them it changes I just say why would you do that because your message was so important and you stepped on it but I do the same thing I've said things you may have if you have Google which I don't know if you have a search engine but if you put my name in some stuff I like that I said that may be misconstrued Leslie you know Jon Stewart hi John I do know Jon Stewart not he well I know about that but he called us in early in center Rampal especially standing in the way of the funding I'm up against a break but I this is one of the dumber things the rand Paul was done and I I just this is the grand standing they've really turns my stomach where yours what's your thought I I just quickly I couldn't agree more get out look that we we have a trolley into twenty two trillion dollar debt hi we do have to get fiscally responsible but I'm not sure we need to get this glee responsible on the backs of the first responders who when nine eleven happened ran to the ground zero in several from that and you know when he gets what I happily in dollars or something for a few broken ribs for him to to put a hold on what amounts to a billion dollars a year I hate to say it but in the government that's not very much money a billion dollars a year to protect the people who protected us I'd I think it's a mistake huge thank you I can't wait to watch the Sunday I can't either I just hope we get some gas the only guests yeah Chris Wallace just get a band well I'm not I'm not Brian Kilmeade so here I am I can't wait it's an atlas was a show's over I'm going to Google Brian Kilmeade gaffes and not so great.
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"Over when the other came up from behind and struck at that driver that struck the disabled trailer died in the crash police have not yet identified the victim they say the other driver in the disable tractor freighter suffered minor injuries federal statistics show the number of overdose deaths in the United States maybe on the decline more from fox's when all Scott early numbers from the centers for disease control and prevention show overdose deaths possibly dropping below seventy thousand this comes after nearly three decades of steady increases most recently by about five thousand deaths annually researchers attribute this to drops in addictions to heroin and prescription pain killers however the CDC warns the rate of deaths due to overdose is still as much as seven times higher than a generation ago while steps like tighter regulation on opioids and wider access to counteract the drugs are being taken doctors say the current overdose epidemic is still the deadliest in U. S. history colonel Scott fox news there's a senator who's taking issue with a bipartisan bill that make sure the victims compensation fund for the September eleventh attacks never runs out of money Kentucky senator rand Paul is blocked a bipartisan bill Paul questions the bill seventy year time frame notes the federal government already faces a twenty two trillion dollar debt says any new spending such as the nine eleven bill should be offset by cuts democratic New York senator and presidential candidate Kirsten Gillibrand criticizing Paul for playing what she calls political games an actor Kevin Spacey no longer facing sexual assault charges is returning in and talk it just announced the charges have been dropped the former house of cards star was accused of groping an eighteen year old in a bar in twenty sixteen W. G. Y. news time five oh five get the latest on Wall Street here's the Bloomberg market minute this Bloomberg market minute and W. G. why is presented by Fagan associates it's your money and we know that the key stock averages had midweek losses ranging from four tenths two seven tenths percent the Dow Jones industrials lost one hundred sixteen points the nasdaq closed thirty seven points lower the S. and P. five hundred fell twenty Netflix posted quarterly results after the market closed the streaming video services per share profit topped forecasts but subscriber growth fell short in the fed's new beige book central bankers around the country say economic growth has been moderate in recent weeks Michael for rowly of JP Morgan chase tells Bloomberg the global economy is down shifted but most U. S. economic indicators are positive we do think that we'll see some slowing in the second half but that some of these domestic factors should keep us doing all right construction starts for single family homes increased last month but the pick up was offset by weakness in multi family units and overall housing starts declined nine tenths percent crude oil futures fell to fifty six dollars and seventy eight cents a barrel in New York today from the Bloomberg.
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"Lather. Get angry about what's going on politically in this country. Get angry about what we're doing getting about the twenty two trillion dollar debt. Getting angry about the increasing. Skyrocketing deficits getting angry about all these people coming into this country illegally. I could go on. There's so much that I get angry about getting angry about all these democrat candidate candidates, offering free stuff to everybody. Getting angry watching these democrat candidates climb all over each other to be more antigun than the next. Getting angry. About all these Democrats state legislators and democrat governors around the country. Making legislation. Signing bills into law that allow us to kill babies right up until those babies are born there so much to get angry about when you really stop, stop when you really stop and think about it. Righteously angry anger with purpose anger to right. A wrong anger, too. Correct. Unjustice. That's what I'm talking about every day. There's a bunch of it. And the toughest part of my job is to call it down into three hours. I got ten hours of shit. Shit. I've got ten hours stuff by the time I come on at night. I got ten hours of stuff that I could go off on that. I get angry about getting angry at Trump when he acts like a king. Not wanna king. I don't want a liberal king out one, a conservative king. I don't want a democrat king wanna Republican gang. I don't wanna king, not in America. We don't have kings. I don't wanna king. I don't wanna tyrant. I don't want a dictator. That name gree about stuff. Get angry about the fact that most Americans should be paying out of their pocket for most of the day to day costs for their healthcare. But nobody wants to do that in America. Hence. We got a healthcare system. We can't afford hands Medicare, Medicaid, and all the rest, ObamaCare sending us to the poor house, making this country bankrupt. But nobody Republican or democrat wants to do any damn thing about it. I get angry about that. Eight five five six four to fifty six hundred. The toughest part of my job is to take that ten hours of stuff that makes me angry into winnow it down to three hours, just three hours. I got guests on these on the show. But I'm not a big guest intensive show. My show is me what I get off on what I get angry about in you. What you, would you get angry about how you respond to my anger. That's basically my show. If you want to show where we're talking to a lot of guests. This isn't your place. This is gametime man. This is I turn it on in a way I go man. I'm chugging chugging gone. This is a ball game. This is a fight. This is a twelve round heavyweight championship every single night stuff that I get angry about. And do you know anger doesn't? Anger. Doesn't scare me. I'm anger doesn't bother me. I'm perfectly ok with people getting angry. I'm trying my damndest to be more respectful now on the radio than I was a few years ago, a couple of years ago. I'm trying to be more respectful than I was with my anger than I was. When I was in congress, a few years back. But when you hold onto this notion again, of righteous anger. Gods? Okay. With that. Gods? Okay with you and me. Trying to improve the world God's okay? With, in fact, God wants you and me. To try to correct all the injustice out there in the world. To try to right. All the wrongs out there in the world. And we all can do it. You don't need a radio show to do it. You gotta Facebook page. You got gotta Twitter handle. You serve in local politics. Whatever you do. It's a team effort. It's a team effort what and you know what I'm about to say. But what angers me more than? Anything? Is this? We were. Two hundred and thirty forty some years ago, we were given. The most unique. And most amazing. Experiment in freedom. That the world has ever know. And we've squandered it. We're losing. We've lost it. We were given a government based on a system of government based on a country based on. Live and let live man. I'm free. You're free. I won't take your stuff. You don't take my stuff government leave us. Both the hell alone we were given that. And we don't have that anymore. That, right. There makes me more angry than anything else. I can think of and pretty much everything I talk about everyday somehow.
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"About two trillion dollar stimulus to fix roads and bridges something that states should be doing themselves, and what about the moral hazard argument. The more state and local authorities recognized at the failure going to step in and fix their infrastructure that they have not maintained. The less likely. It is that they're going to maintain it. And I don't see any evidence that Obama so call stimulus worked. We've talked about the new deal. Leo hainian. The UCLA we have on the show frequently probably done more work on the impact of the new deal than any other communists and said the new deal deepen and lengthen a severe recession turning into a great depression. And now we have Schumer and Trump talking about a two trillion dollar stimulus. That's that's twice. What Trump was talking about before? He talked about one trillion dollars. And now we're talking about two trillion. It's absurd. I'll be talking about that later on triple eight nine seven one S A G E triple eight nine seven one seven two four three Ron is in Dallas, Texas. Ron you're on the Larry elder show. Thank you for calling great show. Love your show. Thank you. I heard you talking about bending children of parents who are prison to to a cab or something. But what concerns me is how in the world. Are we separating children from their parents? What criteria is that? Right. Well, we can't separate them on the border. Right. So here we are separating them here in America. Well, the parents committed a crime, and when you commit a crime, you go to jail, and they don't put your children in jail with you. So so you're absolutely right. Ron we are separating children from their parents. Oh my goodness. All the humanity. Ron thank you very much. Hope you're gonna make a donation angel tree camp. Comma, Harris said the president is not trying to make America great. He's trying to make America hate this guy in the White House said Neo Nazis were fine people when they marched on Charlottesville. He's attacked communities of color and leaders of color by name. He's denigrated entire countries on the continent of Africa with.
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"Deliberately created a two trillion dollar deficit. Because of this edition, and then what are they say? No, we can't afford to maintain a debt like this. Here's what we have to. Do. We have to cut your Medicaid that scare grandma. You're out of here. Yeah. We're throwing you off. No, these are things have been brewing. But I will tell you right about one thing. And you're not wanting to talk about that considering the administration that you left love spending. But he's right about the fact that conservative you guys should be bitching and moaning I bitch and moan over the fact that we do very little about attacking this deficit because we always, oh, it's more money with my money. We'll just pit. No. And I'm excited about two trillion dollar infrastructure Bill, but where we cutting and when you go in the falsehood. There's a perfect example is we're continuing to take in more money even with the tax cuts yet we find a way to spend even more money than we have. It's amazing. No other household would operate like this not in a way that's going to be successful long term unless that household gets to what print their own money. And make their neighbors pay for it. That should frustrate all of us really should. But he's right. He's right. You're absolutely right about that. But when you talk about that, here's the thing that makes me laugh. You go out there. And you talk about like, oh that but at the same time, you get behind things like the green new deal knowing full well that green new deal if we were to implement that would absolutely crush us this article out and Bloomberg talking about how essentially they're trying to vocal bomb to slow down this whole green new deal. But it's not going to slow itself down and implemented. We've talked about it the ramifications for us in our economy and for the people who struggle at at the bottom side of the economy. Could be huge wanna let.
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"They deliberately created a two trillion dollar deficit. Because of this factor. That addition, and then what are they saying that we can't afford to maintain a debt like this? Here's what we have to do. We have to cut your Medicaid though, that scare grandma you're out of here. Yeah. With throwing you off. No, these are things have been brewing. But I will tell you right about one thing. And you're not wanting to talk about that considering the administration that you left love spending. But he's right about the fact that conservative you guys should be bitching and moaning like I bitch and moan over the fact that we do very little about attacking this deficit because we always say, oh, it's more money. What did pit my money? What you know? And I'm excited about a two trillion dollar infrastructure Bill, but where we cut it. And when you go in the falsehood. There's a perfect example is we're continuing to take in more money even with the tax cuts yet we find a way to spend even more money than we have. It's amazing. No other household would operate like this not in a way that's going to be successful long term unless that household gets to what print their own money. And make their neighbors pay for it. That should frustrate all of us really should. But he's right. He's right. You're absolutely right about that. But when you talk about that, here's the thing that makes me laugh. You go out there. And you talk about like, oh that but at the same time you get behind things like the green new deal knowing full well that that green new deal if we were to implement that would absolutely crush us. There's article out and Bloomberg talking about how essentially they're trying to vote go bomb to slow down this whole green new deal. But it's not gonna slow itself down and implemented. We've talked about it the ramifications for us in our economy, and for the people who struggle at at the bottom side of the economy would be huge wanted to let you know that have.
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"Perhaps two trillion dollars worth there's been bipartisan support for what are called public private partnerships and that had been the administration's recent emphasis, but now there's word these partnerships have fallen out of the president's favor. Marketplace's Eric barris reports a public private partners. Ship is just like it sounds private industry and government get together to fund a service or project p threes. There known have been instrumental and underwriting the cost of toll roads securing land for schools and bringing high speed internet to cities nelin balk at the bipartisan policy center says there are advantages for local governments and taxpayers you transfer all the risk associated with the project to the private entity. But the private entity usually collects most of the profit too and says Robert points as with the e-e-e-e-no center for transportation public -als don't always line up with private-sector profit motives, the challenge is when the projects where there is an interest, then are prioritized over other projects that may be in the public sector interest points. I says that often means affluent areas get more attention than low income ones, which may be in greater need of infrastructure repair, America barris from our place. The main stock index in London is down two tenths of a percent. At the moment. Dallas pianist future. Are mixed with Google of Ed stock down nearly eight percent after disappointing quarterly results. Americans. Leave so much vacation time lying there on the table. That's from a new survey by bankrate dot com. People who get vacation thirty five percent plan to use less than half of it this year. Here's marketplace's Jack Stewart fifty two percent of adults are planning to take at least one vacation this summer, but the other half a pretty evenly divided between Shaw and definitely not Ted Rosman from bankrate dot com looked at why number one by far was I can't afford it. But the reasons can be more complex nine percent said they can't take time off work. Thirteen percent said I have too many family obligations and fifteen percent said that they could attribute this to either their health or their age. The survey also shows that people aren't using that paid vacation even just have a station and take some time away from the office. Cassie McGill homes at UCLA has studied the link between. Lean vacations and workplace happiness. And she says some companies are actually rewarding manages for making sure that employee's take time off that means I feel less bones and less stuff turnover onus is on managers to create a culture where their employees feel like they actually can take the time. And one of the best ways to show that it's okay is to do it yourself Jack shoe from marketplace morning report is supported by king. Bolden presenting the new film Bolden the musical drama about the life of buddy. Bolden the man who invented John's starring Gary Karr music by Wynton Marsalis. Bolden is in theaters Friday may third and by smart sheet, whose work execution software empowers more than seventy.
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"Need PG rated TV that has no crucifix in say the bad guy in this TV show is Capitalists put. not to get. All greasy. Go straight to our member. Mid relax. Wait. Here's the thing. That was in this John Cobb piece, which is that apple comma, and I'm paraphrasing the first American Corporation to have one trillion dollars in market value has had has had flat growth like, oh, I'm sorry. King of all monsters, you need to have two trillion dollar like that. I'm just saying it's cool that you make the phone that everyone in the world hat now. I can't stop thinking of Godzilla wearing a black turtleneck being like it has to say a low. Mazing? Extremely Elizabeth theranos voice. It is a weird moment. But actually we're talking about apple now, and maybe that are gonna make great TV in maybe not. But also, we are in this moment as we keep pointing out on the podcast that things are very much influx. And these companies that have seemed to be able to do no wrong or lease grow. Without pause are all caught out a little bit. Yeah. And not knowing it is thing not to get a Warren Buffett about it. But I do think showing a lack of confidence does have an effect on. It does anything that trickles down. I think eventually even does reach the consumer. And that is actually a segue. I would like to make to captain marvel. But you said you had a segue. No, I have. No, that's exactly the segway. I was gonna use. But I or from our sponsors. Bell is. Today's episode of the botches brought to you by Microsoft surface. The new Microsoft surface pro six can help you get things done. Whether.