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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 2 d ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WTOP

"The top stories were following for you on WTO, send a Democrats past a controversial climate health and tax bill Sunday morning after a long night of voting, which now heads to the house. It's known as the inflation reduction act, the vice president had a decisive vote breaking a 50 50 deadlock. There will be a recount in the democratic primary from Montgomery county executive. Incumbent Mark elrich leads challenger David Blair by the slimmest of margins just 42 votes. A ceasefire between Israeli and Palestinian a militants took effect Sunday, this comes after nearly three days of violence in the region that killed dozens of Palestinians. It was the worst fight between the two groups since last year. Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes. It's three 17, a 28 year old California woman is the lone survivor of a lightning strike that killed three others near The White House on Thursday night. Amber escudero conscious status is in stable condition in a D.C. area hospital after being revived on site by U.S. Secret Service officers, her mother, Julie escudero, told the Ventura county star that the secret servicemen saved her daughter and she has been trying to find out their names to personally thank them. Escudero come to Stanford was among a group of people seeking refuge from a rain from The Rain in a grove of trees when it was struck by a powerful series of lightning strikes. She suffered burns down the left side of her body, but was strong enough to come off the respirator on Friday. She was moved from the intensive care unit to the burn center on Saturday, where she took her first steps since that strike. It is three 18. Traffic

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Noel Casler Explains How Trump Corrupts Everyone in His Orbit

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:58 min | 4 d ago

Noel Casler Explains How Trump Corrupts Everyone in His Orbit

"People famously know that you worked on the apprentice with Donald Trump and, you know, started talking quite openly about a lot of things about him a long time ago, but you said what you're seeing from Trump's vast tentacles of corruption. Toadies on loan from Doug ducey acting sicko fans, you just said it should be very illuminating for those who wonder how Trump got away with so many crimes in his New York City days because people from New York are like, he's always been a crook. We've known that from day one, right? And you look right up through what's happening right now. You're like, oh, of course, he has somehow loyalists and people that are destroying evidence and God knows what, right? Absolutely. He's always had a skill, a 6th sense to attract men and some women around him that he could corrupt. You know, he can look into a crowd and see the kind of guys that are going to do his bidding. The dogs that hunt, so to speak. And that's what his security team was. You know, keep schiller was an NYPD sergeant rammer, who would knock down doors of drug dense in The Bronx, you know? He was the guy who knocked the door down. He went up to Trump in court and said, you need to hire me, right? And Trump hired him. And then when you're walking around with a detail of X NYPD cops, you get away with stuff in New York City, right? Because it's an impenetrable sort of wall of authority. And Trump knows that. And you know, we could probably get into it, but the Secret Service stuff seems very, I worked with a Secret Service ton tons. I did inaugurations. I did the tree lighting at The White House, all kinds of stuff, where the president was at. The Secret Service under Trump was a different Secret Service. You know, and I went to high school with Bobby engel, the guy he tried to choke in the back of the SUV, and he was like a marine kind of jarhead cop type. And that's the type that Trump will suck in. And it's almost like before they know it, they're doing his bidding. Do you know what I mean? Who is the guy? They all set out with the intention of being corrupted, but being in Trump's orbit will corrupt you by osmosis.

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DHS watchdog asked the Secret Service for all Jan. 6 texts, then retracted the request in an email

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

DHS watchdog asked the Secret Service for all Jan. 6 texts, then retracted the request in an email

"Congressional Democrats allege a cover up on deleted Secret Service texts and demand records The chairs of the House oversight and Homeland Security committees have requested sit down interviews and internal documents from the Department of Homeland securities inspector general regarding deleted Secret Service text messages surrounding the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol House oversight chair Carolyn maloney and Homeland Security chair Benny Thompson wrote a letter to inspector general Joseph Kofi Monday The committee say they have evidence showing the inspector general's office first learned of missing Secret Service text messages related to the attack in May 2021 But efforts to recover the text messages were abandoned in July 2021 nearly a year before Congress was informed the messages had been erased Mike Gracia Washington

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Allison Gill Doesn't Trust DHS Inspector General Joseph Cuffari

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:53 min | Last week

Allison Gill Doesn't Trust DHS Inspector General Joseph Cuffari

"You were tweeted, Frank will see our other shared superhero who said metadata shows ten of the 24 Secret Service personnel did have a text around January 6th that were not retained and you said the DH SOI G, the one who waited months to go to Congress triggering two whistleblowers has now halted the probe that was getting the metadata. So talk to us about because Malcolm X was just on last week, he said they're going to get those texts, but you know, I think Glen kirshner this morning, not so sure, because this is the group that knows how to do that. It's always presumably they would also know how to make them disappear. What do you think? Well, they clearly did. And I mean, they have to do a lot of work to make these disappear. And they did that. It seems like they did that work. I don't trust this. This Cuba. He's a Trump appointee. He is the one who quashed the investigation into the Secret Service attacks with rubber bullets and tear gas at Lafayette square in the wake of the George Floyd murder. I don't like him and it seemed like the Secret Service was getting somewhere with that metadata. And those ten individuals and 24, the original 24 whom include people like ornato and angle. And then he comes in this OIG who sat on this information since February and didn't tell Congress comes in and tells the Secret Service to stop their investigation because he's doing a criminal probe. And I've been asking one thing I don't know and one thing I want to find out is when the office of inspector general does a criminal investigation, they're probably some oversight from the Department of Justice because the OIG can't charge anyone. Right. And so I want to know sort of what that process is. Does declaring a criminal investigation by an office of inspector general bring in the Department of Justice for some oversight because I would really like to see that

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Ari Fleischer: If Credibility Was Their Business, the Media Would Be Different

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | Last week

Ari Fleischer: If Credibility Was Their Business, the Media Would Be Different

"You know I know we have had you on before and we've kind of touched on this But why do they not care I mean it is still a business You do have to get clicks and some still sell traditional newspapers It's still a business It's not a charity despite the government's efforts to try to make it a government entity Don't they see that people just don't trust them I mean they have to see the polls you and I see where less than 10% of Republicans take these people seriously anymore They've got to understand that credibility is their business and it's just getting flushed down the toilet If credibility was their business the media would be very different The activism unfortunately has become their business Look when I stood at that podium and you were a Secret Service agent it was a different world Back then the media was still liberal We all knew that but they would at least tell you their job was to be objective and be fair Most mainstream media have now thrown that out the window They enjoy being activists They enjoy being retweeted retweeted by a Hollywood star They enjoy the number of followers they have They want to get a contract with MSNBC or CNN Why else would CNN allow its anchors It's reporters to go on the air and just launch opinion after opinion Because journalism is no longer about telling the people what's going on it's become activists for a cause And that cause became figuring out fixing fixing what the American people did in 2016 when they chose Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton the press said that Trump was a threat to the republic and they needed to save the republic to hell with objective journalism And they became activists and I have so many chapters and some of the examples in my book especially at The New York Times where this younger class younger generation of social warriors have taken over newsrooms older reporters really don't know what to do with this But younger reporters don't even believe in objectivity and talent two sides of a story anymore

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Secret Service director delays retirement amid 1/6 scrutiny

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Secret Service director delays retirement amid 1/6 scrutiny

"The head of the Secret Service puts off retirement as the agency deals with an inspector general's investigation and congressional inquiries James Murray had planned to end his 27 year career with the Secret Service is coming weekend but things changed amid questions about agents deleting text messages around the time of the January 6th attack on the capitol Murray says in a statement he will remain in his role for the betterment of the agency The Secret Service has admitted that messages were deleted when its phones were migrated to a new system in the weeks after the attack How select committee member Florida Stephanie Murphy says the committee was told individual agents were given the go ahead to decide what to keep and what to delete Tim McGuire Washington

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Jan. 6 Panel Has Told at Least Eight Lies, Maybe More

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:51 min | Last week

Rep. Jim Jordan: Jan. 6 Panel Has Told at Least Eight Lies, Maybe More

"Saw you on newsmax the other night. And you were weighing in on the J 6 panel and you said they've been caught in 8 different lives. What are those lies? Well, they lied about Bernie Carrick's travels. They lied about very loud on the colleague of mine. They lied about the tour he gave to constituents. They lied about Jenna Ellis documents. They lied about Eric hershman, White House lawyer, the light about the note written Cathy Hudgens that she wrote it and there was a person said, no, no, I actually wrote that note. They lied about the Secret Service. We've had Secret Service come forward and say that what she testified to was not accurate. And they lied about me twice, they lied about a text message I had forwarded to The White House chief of staff. They said it was from me, a member of Congress when it wasn't. I had forwarded to him from a respected lawyer former inspector general for Don rumsfeld. And then they also took a video quickly where I was on Fox News talking and I was on Maria bartiromo show and the video clip started off with me saying January 6th is the ultimate data significance in a presidential contest. What they left off was the sentence right before that where I said the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that January 6th is the ultimate date of significance in a presidential context because that's when you actually approve the electors. And that changes the entire context of that statement. So we saw that and then, of course, maybe the most important was when Zoe lofgren I remember the committee said, we don't corroborate witnesses testimony. And they didn't ask pat cipollone when he was deposed if what Cassie Hutchinson said about him was true. And his lawyer reported afterwards that if he had been asked to say it wasn't. So that's 8 different false things we've gotten from this committee. And Todd, we don't get to see the evidence. We don't get to sitting on the depositions. We don't get access to the transcripts of the video, the documents they have. We don't get any chance across examine. And so imagine how many other lives they've told the American people if we've caught him in 8 with that limited amount of ebb and we get to see.

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In 2024, President Trump Plans to Clean out the Swamp

The Dan Bongino Show

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

In 2024, President Trump Plans to Clean out the Swamp

"Is if you missed the Friday show I covered an axios scoop by Jonathan Swan The story went viral And the story was about a potential Trump 2024 run for the presidency If he were to win what his plans would look like for the federal government the portion of the federal government specifically we call the swamp A lot of good people worked there we get I mean I worked with a lot of great folks in the Secret Service but sadly there were a lot of people who put their personal politics before country and that's not that's not what the job is about I mean it's pretty obvious correct Imagine if me when I was working under the Obama detail the Secret Service was like yeah listen I'm not going to do protection today I'm sorry I don't really agree with this guy's politics It's not the way this works Sign up for a different job if you can't handle it We take care of our electoral change Hope he changes stuff In the election boot We don't do it when we're working A lot of people in the federal government during the Trump four years of president Trump decided that they were going to take the opposite approach That their job was going to be anti trumpism anti conservatism first and then actually being public servants second So the gist of the story which we're going to have him on I'm actually going to open with that Is that he has plans to kind of clean out the federal federal government swamp

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Let's talk specifically a couple things. Obviously, Secret Service, you, I think you were quoting someone else, but you just said, so now they can't retrieve their own deleted information. I'm not buying it. You said the USS S is the premier law enforcement organization when it comes to investigating cybercrimes so they're missing deleted texts from January 6th. Seems inconceivable. Also the fact that they've lawyered up with outside lawyers, that's really fishy, isn't it? Yeah, first of all, I embrace everybody's Sixth Amendment right to counsel. I really do, even if you're a member of a law enforcement organization. But there is an incongruity when you're a member of a law enforcement organization and you're afraid of the questions to come about your conduct. So you lawyer up. That is not a good look. But here's the thing, Steph, I worked cases with the Secret Service as a prosecutor. I worked the case where a senator had his cell phone stolen, and we had to track him using technology. Him being the thief through the city until we found him arrested him. I tried him, convicted him, and he went to prison. And the U.S. Secret Service is the premier law enforcement agency that conducts forensic searches of computers and cell phones to retrieve deleted data. I didn't go to the FBI lab at Quantico for those kind of forensic services, even though I went to the FBI lab for lots of my forensic work. We went to the Secret Service forensic sciences division when we had cell phones and information had been deleted and we needed to have it forensically retrieved. You're telling me that agency just mistakenly got rid of all of their text messages after there was a request that they preserve and produced them. I don't buy it. The FBI should open a criminal probe. And if the U.S. Secret Service did nothing wrong, they should welcome that criminal probe.

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The Deleted Secret Service Texts Don't Sit Well With Glenn Kirschner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

The Deleted Secret Service Texts Don't Sit Well With Glenn Kirschner

"Let's talk specifically a couple things. Obviously, Secret Service, you, I think you were quoting someone else, but you just said, so now they can't retrieve their own deleted information. I'm not buying it. You said the USS S is the premier law enforcement organization when it comes to investigating cybercrimes so they're missing deleted texts from January 6th. Seems inconceivable. Also the fact that they've lawyered up with outside lawyers, that's really fishy, isn't it? Yeah, first of all, I embrace everybody's Sixth Amendment right to counsel. I really do, even if you're a member of a law enforcement organization. But there is an incongruity when you're a member of a law enforcement organization and you're afraid of the questions to come about your conduct. So you lawyer up. That is not a good look. But here's the thing, Steph, I worked cases with the Secret Service as a prosecutor. I worked the case where a senator had his cell phone stolen, and we had to track him using technology. Him being the thief through the city until we found him arrested him. I tried him, convicted him, and he went to prison. And the U.S. Secret Service is the premier law enforcement agency that conducts forensic searches of computers and cell phones to retrieve deleted data. I didn't go to the FBI lab at Quantico for those kind of forensic services, even though I went to the FBI lab for lots of my forensic work. We went to the Secret Service forensic sciences division when we had cell phones and information had been deleted and we needed to have it forensically retrieved. You're telling me that agency just mistakenly got rid of all of their text messages after there was a request that they preserve and produced them. I don't buy it. The FBI should open a criminal probe. And if the U.S. Secret Service did nothing wrong, they should welcome that criminal probe.

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

06:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Law enforcement agency that conducts forensic searches of computers and cell phones to retrieve deleted data. I didn't go to the FBI lab at Quantico for those kind of forensic services, even though I went to the FBI lab for lots of my forensic work. We went to the Secret Service forensic sciences division when we had cell phones and Ida and information had been deleted and we needed to have it forensically retrieved. You're telling me that agency just mistakenly got rid of all of their text messages after there was a request that they preserve and produce them. I don't buy it. The FBI should open a criminal probe. And if the U.S. Secret Service did nothing wrong, they should welcome that criminal probe. Well, right. So the Secret Service investigators were scrutinized the phones of ten Secret Service personnel that contain metadata showing text messages sent and received around January 6th, but were not retained. So what is your take that we were never going to see these? Because they're so good at this? They're as good as they are at retrieving, deleted data off of cell phones and computers. They're probably just as good at erasing it permanently. You know, electronic footprints are ordinarily forever. But if they were determined to get rid of them permanently, they were just the folks to do it. I hope that's not what we find out happen. Yeah. Boy, does that stink to high heaven? Okay. Liz Cheney left no doubt that the house is investigating the January 6th insurrection will consider issuing a subpoena to Jenny Thomas. I'm glad this didn't just float away into the ether. Yeah. She said, um, she was a host was asked her. She was willing writing to them about efforts to overturn the 2020 election results not to mention her correspondence with Arizona lawmakers pushing fake electors. Is your committee planning on talking to her and she said, Liz Cheney said we are. The committee is engaged with her counsel hope she will agree to come involuntarily prepared to subpoena her if she does not. And you know why this is so important Steph, because first of all, as the J 6 committee, if you're in for a penny, you're in for a pound. And it's important to set the precedent that the wife of a Supreme Court Justice who has relevant information to a criminal probe or a legislative probe needs to produce that evidence. And if she refuses to, she is subject to a subpoena. We should do the same thing to Mike Pence. We should do the same thing that Donald Trump, not because I'm hopeful that they will readily comply. But because we need to litigate it, set the precedent so we can stop these mofos from doing it in the future, right? And once the precedent is set, that you can subpoena a Supreme Court Justice's wife, a vice president, a former president if they have information relevant to a crime or to legislation, then the precedent is set and these people can't hide in the future behind an absence of precedent. Yeah. You what do we call Eric holder now? His highness excellency? Yes. All of the above. Yeah. Anyway, former boss. But you pointed to what he said. Former acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donahue testified Trump told a group of department officials it doesn't matter if the election was rife with fraud saying just say the election was corrupt. Leave the rest to me in Republican congressman. This is direct evidence relayed by Donahue under oath of criminal intent. You write and you said Eric holder described these statements as the smoking gun. So I mean, that's the most legally significant testimony you've heard thus far? Yeah, and my old boss Eric holder, not just when he was attorney general, but when he was the D.C. U.S. attorney, I worked directly for Eric. I stand on his shoulders because he's the one who first made me a federal prosecutor. He went on to say, if somebody argued to a jury that Donald Trump lacked criminal intent, it would be, quote, laughable. And for those of us scoring at home, let's remember that it was president Ronald Reagan, who first appointed Eric holder as a judge in the courts of Washington, D.C.. That man was always respected on both sides of the aisle until we lost our partisan minds. Yeah, yeah. No, exactly, exactly. So we don't know what's next, right? We just know September. No, but can I take up, I want to take up for the Trump supporters for a minute, Steph, and you touched on this a few minutes ago. We know that Donald Trump incited inspired enrage a mob on January 6th in order them to attack the capitol. And those people are going to prison by the dozens, if not the hundreds. Donald Trump is out there at his hate rallies inciting inspiring and encouraging a new batch of insurrectionists to fight like hell or they won't have a country anymore. And he's in dangering them in a real sense and let's be clear, not all of them have the critical thinking skills to say, this former president must be lying to us when he says they stole my vote from me, right? And he's in dangering them. And he's basically paving a road to prison for the next batch of Trump supporters who are gullible enough to believe him. The Department of Justice has an obligation to stop to step in and put a stop to it by charging him with the crimes that we have probable cause plus plus plus to infinity and beyond to prove. And that's what needs to be done. Well, you know, I'm sure her this reporting from axios, the radical plan Trump and his allies are hatching for his possible return to power a God in 2025. The plan based on a controversial last minute executive order from Trump in 2020 known as schedule F would aim to purge the government from what Trump has deemed the deep state and put in. I mean, all Trump loyalists, this would be two in terms of criminality, corruption, you name it. I mean, Steve Bannon still talking crap after being convicted. He said there's going to be, he lashed out at the house, J 6, committee, hours after being found guilty. There he is on Fox on Tucker Carlson. He warned that Republicans would have their own committee when they returned to power. We

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Former WH Physician Ronny Jackson Describes the Stress of the Big Job

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Former WH Physician Ronny Jackson Describes the Stress of the Big Job

"Please give us your experience years and years in The White House serving multiple presidents as their physician. Let's stay on this issue for a second. You know, I'm not complaining, but I was in the west wing at 7 a.m., sometimes we were there till 8, 9 at night. It was a long job for just me, a deputy assistant. But for a president of any party, how stressful a job is this, from a medical point of view. It's incredibly stressful, both physically and mentally. And you have to be able to multitask like nobody's business. I mean, you know this. He'll drop down the elevator in the morning or be walking back from the oval in the evenings and the entire day that he's over in the oval in the west wing. He's got multiple people coming at him with different issues, you know, domestic issues. You know, foreign affairs issues just, you know, you have to be able to manage all that stuff. You have to be able to take that in and make decisions. And it's very, very stressful. And it's very, very fatiguing, and you're right. He had more energy than I had. We'd go on overseas trips sometimes and would fly for 13 hours on Air Force One, end up in Southeast Asia. We'd leave Andrews Air Force Base here in D.C. at 9 o'clock in the morning. We'd get there and it'd be 9 o'clock in the morning again and we'd have a 14 hour day ahead of us and we had to get off the plane and work the Secret Service detail the medical folks, the military aid and the president and we'd do this all day and it was the most fatiguing thing you can imagine. And at the end of the day, the one person that had the most energy was Donald Trump and if somebody wanted to talk to him and there were people in the lobby waiting they wanted to say hi to him, everybody else was thinking about nothing but getting in the bed. He would have the energy to go downstairs and just and talk to people like he had just woke up. So the man's got incredible energy, incredible endurance, and it's a complete opposite of what we have in The White House right now.

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:23 min | 2 weeks ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Right, Brian, thank you. U.S. president Joe Biden has tested positive for COVID-19, The White House says his symptoms are mild and he is working. January 6th committee holding another prime time hearing tonight and the capital siege due to get underway in about ten minutes. The theme tonight is what Donald Trump did or didn't do during the 187 minutes of the siege preview says he did nothing but watch TV. Criminal probe has been launched into the U.S. Secret Service text messages this in the Department of Homeland Security the Kremlin is in a dash to hold referendums in Ukrainian territories occupied by its troops, the plan would be for president Vladimir Putin to absorb them into Russia as early as September. Russia has resumed sending natural gas through the Nord stream one pipeline after applause. Italy's prime minister Mario Draghi says he has, I should say, not says, but has indeed resigned and the president's dissolve the government this will lead to a snap election. Most probably on September 25th. Hong Kong is to continue to require a negative COVID test results to visit a bar or attend school as infections edge pass 4000 new cases a day. Macau's COVID zero plan now targets the city's Filipino workers requiring Philippine passport holders to get daily tests, Tokyo has reported its highest number of COVID cases for the entire pandemic just as it started to reopen to tourists and New York State health officials have reported the first polio case found in the U.S. since 2013, a patient living in rockland county, health officials are recommending people who have not been vaccinated against polio to do so. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg, Brian. All right, thanks very much. He had media review here from the FT and this is actually the paper that got all this started. President Joe Biden says The Pentagon does not support a planned visit to Taiwan by Nancy Pelosi. You remember that earlier this week, the FT had reported that Nancy Pelosi was intending to go to Taiwan in August. And we have a Bloomberg opinion piece on the Bloomberg terminal here from Matthew brooker, the timing of House speaker Nancy Pelosi's proposed strip to Taiwan, puts President Biden in a bind, having drawn threats and condemnation from Beijing, the visit risks undermining the fruits of a planned call between President Biden and president Xi Jinping. For Pelosi to postpone or cancel though, would leave the impression of the U.S. administration backing down. We saw plenty of vitriol coming from China, China vowed to take a resolute and strong response to any Taiwan visit by the U.S. House speaker. And here's a quick one from tech insights, semiconductor manufacturing international, which is chip maker in China. Has now likely advanced its production technology by two generations. Defying U.S. sanctions intended to halt the rise of China's largest chip maker. And this manufacturer is shipping Bitcoin mining semiconductors built using 7 nanometer technology and this is a big advance for that company. 9 minutes here before the top of the hour Paul and Doug to you. All right, thanks very much, Brian. Well, Russia has begun sending natural gas to Europe through the Nord stream pipeline system after a pause, and this is bringing relief to the continent whose economy is starting to wobble under the strain of reduced supplies. Joining us now to talk more about this, Mike mcglone, commodity strategist for Bloomberg intelligence, so Mike, the gas flowing again from Russia into Europe, but for how long. Yes, well, hello, Paul. I think the thing we can think about is they need to sell the gas too. Remember, Russia needs money and they have the major infrastructure of putting that pipeline in the pay for, which was recently completed. So I think it's also one thing to remember. And also, if they keep flowing the guests and maintains their leverage. So that's probably going to happen. But it's also one of the biggest incentives ever for Europe to find alternative sources of fossil fuels from rather than from dicey sources and to just accelerate the renewable process. So right now it's kind of the tough phase. I think we're going to look back from these features. Is this really the transition? And this is an extreme example. Paul, what you should expect of demand destruction is today's New York Times number one headline Europeans told to curb gas use over Russia's risk, 15%. That's going to happen naturally because of the high prices. And we're not even in the winter months yet, right? Mike, I mean, this is just Nat gas that's being used to generate electricity because we know what the weather situation across the continent is. I mean, they're roasting right now. They need this power to generate air conditioning. Well, absolutely, absolutely, Doug, and it's that's the key thing is it's a known known that we're going to get more and more demand for electricity from gas in the summer. I mean, we're just getting more and more of these extreme heat events. And any model doesn't predict that it doesn't expect it is just off. But the key factors, this is the build season. You're supposed to be building those inventories. And so that's just the main thing. The main thing is for winter heat. And there's still some time for that. And I think this is just going to be one of those extreme examples. We're getting over the hop. They're pumping up imports the most every place possible, including LNG from the U.S. and they're getting close to decent storage to get ready for winter. Longer term, what is Europe doing to wean itself off Russian gas?

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:58 min | 2 weeks ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"27, it had been up around one O two 80, and that is a check of markets. Headline news with Ed Baxter and San Francisco had all right, Brian, thank you, U.S. president Joe Biden testing positive for COVID-19, The White House says his symptoms are mild and that he has worked today. January 6th committee holding other prime time hearing tonight at the end of the capitol siege, the theme tonight is what Donald Trump did during 187 minutes of the siege a preview says he really did not do much of anything but watch it on TV. Criminal probe has been launched into the U.S. Secret Service text messages this in the Department of Homeland Security, Secret Service also been told to cease its internal investigation and stop any process of corrupting evidence. Kremlin is in a dash to hold referendums in Ukrainian territories occupied by its troops, the plan would be for president Vladimir Putin to absorb them into Russia's earliest September. Meanwhile, Russia's resumed sending natural gas through the Nord stream pipeline system after a pause, Italy's prime minister Mario Drago Draghi has indeed resigned. The president has dissolved the government. Hong Kong to continue to require negative COVID test results to visit a bar or attend school as infections edge past 4000 new cases a day. In San Francisco, Ahmed Baxter, this is Bloomberg to Sydney Paul. All right, thanks very much. I guess for the half hour is Allen hazen, she's chief market strategist at F Al putnam investment management. And Ellen the investing landscape a bit more challenging now than it has been over the past decade or so, so if you're looking for a decent return at the moment, where do you put money to work? We're looking for companies and assets that pay near in cash flows. So we're shortening duration in both the equity and the fixed income portion of our clients portfolios. We think rates are going to continue to rise. We think real rates are going to be positive. At all points at the curve going forward. And that means that we need to be much more careful about not overpaying for companies that have earnings sometime in the future, but right now aren't generating. So we're very much looking for real cash flow at real dividends, real earnings now. And high quality companies that are not too expensive. So when it comes to the rate story, are you saying that the market has yet to fully discount what you're seeing? I think that the fed will continue to raise rates and shrink the balance sheet and that's going to that's going to cause long rates to go up. They may pause as they see the economy flowing, but I don't think they're going to completely reverse direction. Brian was giving us a wrap up a moment ago of how earnings have been today. How's it looking to you? We're seeing negative operating leverage across the board. So just if you look at the companies that reported in the last couple of days, you saw a negative operating leverage at the rails in America with Union Pacific having earnings growth slower than revenue growth you saw in the materials with Dow chemical also having negative operating leverage. You saw negative operating leverage in the airlines, even in insurance and travelers. And of course, last week, we saw many of the banks report and they're also showing higher than expected costs. So I think everybody knew that estimates were too high for the second quarter. But now the estimates are actually beginning to decline and they're lowering guidance for third quarter. And in some cases, that's already in the stocks. But in some cases, it's not. So I think we need to watch carefully, which companies actually can see positive operating leverage. And there are fewer and farther between. I'm wondering if now is the opportunity. Maybe it's late to the game to look offshore for areas of the global market that you feel may represent a little bit of upside. I'm thinking primarily about Asia. You know, you could make the case right now that some of the eco day that we have seen for China gives us a slight tilt toward a little bit more stimulus. Do you want to be a part of that story? The stimulus story in China and a recovery there? If I had confidence that the debt problem had been fully addressed, then I would consider that. But of course, having been scarred by the U.S. mortgage crisis, I'm carefully watching what's happening with real estate and mortgages in China. And it seems that the degree of leverage and overbuilding has not yet cleared the system and until it does. I think it's difficult to be optimistic. And any fiscal stimulus or other forms of stimulus might give you a short term trade. But I don't think it's going to actually fix the problem. It's a more structural problem that will probably take some years to play out. We got about a minute left. I just want to quickly get your thoughts on Japan as well. The BOJ sending a pretty clear signal that it's ultra easy policies aren't going anywhere. We've got a very weak end at the moment as well. Is this the time for some bargain hunting in Japan? It could be certainly the easy policy is going to stay and it's probably the only Central Bank in the world where that is the case. I think the key risk of the U.S. dollar investor is whether or not you can make money on it. From this side of the pond, so I think we'll see how that happens. All right, Allen hazen, we will leave it there, Allan hazen is chief market strategist at if el putman investment management. We'll talk a little bit more about markets in just a moment. I mentioned the yen there one 37 13 against the greenback at the moment. We had a mostly positive session for U.S. equities and this looked like we're going to have a positive session here in the Asia Pacific as well. Nikkei future is hired at the tune of a third of 1% here in Australia better by about a 5th of 1% as we look ahead to the market open at the top of the hour.

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The Jan. 6 Committee's Propaganda Has Begun

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

The Jan. 6 Committee's Propaganda Has Begun

"But notice how the propaganda has already begun What What was Donald Trump doing during the 187 minutes From the time Kepler was breached The time he released his video First of all we don't know when the clock starts do we But why are they using 187 minutes rather than three hours and 7 minutes Because it sounds a long time Why don't they say what was Donald Trump doing during 11,220 seconds What was he doing It took him 11,220 seconds to release his video Ladies and gentlemen Dereliction of duty Well should he have been triggered the insurrection act He was told to never in trigger the insurrection Act No couldn't do that He offered the National Guard Well they didn't take him up on that But what's the president supposed to do Even offered to go to Capitol Hill Remember when he was as mister producer calls it choking out the Secret Service driver of course he never was but just play along He said take me to the capitol No there's armed people We can't do that We can't do that mister president I told him to call out the National Guard but they turned you down mister president I told our folks to protest peacefully Nobody believes you mister president

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Did Trump Want the Insurgency to Remove the Chain of Command

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Did Trump Want the Insurgency to Remove the Chain of Command

"So Malcolm, the key question we have for you is zone off gun made it sound like they will get those texts. Of course they will. They will. Yeah, because they go through servers. Nothing disappears from the Internet. Right. Nothing. And it can't be made to disappear. Even if it's a secure government server, it's repeated off of something. So they're going to get those tags. The question is what? I think the only thing that will probably really find is that there were some very pro Trump people. And the Secret Service. And you know, I mean, these guys, you know, I would be less interested in the text than the transcripts of their communications. Yeah. Which will tell you whether they, you know, I mean, with the vice president of the United States, which trapped in a building. That was being besieged by 10,000 people. Yeah. Did they do what Washington D.C. police did, which was a ten 13 call, right? Where the guy is screaming ten 13, ten, 13. All officers respond. Officers need assistance, right? That's in what we call an all guns call. All guns come to this location. You know how serious that is? It's insanely serious. But the Secret Service was under siege, but the vice president of the United States there and at times they went weapons out. How far out weapons out means the submachine guns come out from under the vest and out of the backs. All right? I don't think it's happened since Ronald Reagan's shooting. Right. That the Secret Service was in a situation where they had to really wonder what the life of the president of the United States was at risk. I want them to testify. How severe was the risk to Mike Pence? Yeah, and I think the 187 minutes, Trump waited. He was hoping it would, you know, pence or Pelosi or both of them. What would happen to them? I could declare Marshall. You know what? I've said this. I'm sorry to say it. I'm the only person that is saying this on Aaron. I've been saying it since the night of January 6th. And I don't understand why some people in the news media don't understand this. Mike Pence is the number two person in the chain of secession. Nancy Pelosi is the number three person in the line of secession. I can't recall who Speaker of the House, president of the Senate pro tem. The eldest person in the Senate. To replace those people if they're killed or incapacitated, you have to have a vote, right? Other than in the vice president would have to be appointed. If those three have been killed incapacitated or injured to the point where they could not perform their functions, the entire line of secession would have been eliminated except for Donald Trump.

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Seb Talks With Joe and Victoria About the J6 Hearings

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

Seb Talks With Joe and Victoria About the J6 Hearings

"Is it true Victoria? Is it true Joe Degeneres that you haven't been here since the beginning before the Supreme Court announcements? That's correct. We were in St. Augustine, Florida. Wow. Well, we got to discuss those as well before those historic decisions are analyzed by both of you. Let's talk about where we are with the January 6th committee, every time they, with much fun fair, roll out another star witness, everything seems to crumble within minutes of the testimony Joe. There is no interest in the January 6th committee because there is nothing that they are doing to be interested in. The American people have thrown them under the bus, ignored them completely, and with good reason. This is the Soviet style show trial. No opposition, nobody on the other side, no cross examination, no competing evidence. It's a fraudulent congressional hearing. It's an embarrassment to the institution, but as long as the Democrats run the institution, it will be an embarrassment. I can't believe you two are saying committee. I'm glad you brought up Soviet show trial because that's the only thing you can call it. Where else but in the Soviet Union does just the government get to put on the case and person in the dark. Doesn't get to. And of course, that was hearsay because she said it as if she had witnessed it, but then she says a little bit later, the Secret Service agent told her about it. You can't have.

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WTOP

"A four day trip to the Middle East, but as he travels back to U.S. soil, the president facing some backlash for his interactions this with Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, Politico White House in Washington reporter Daniel Lippman explains. Conventionally, he did pretty well. There weren't any major gaffes, but he took a major PR hit because he fist bumped with MBS, Mohammed bin Salman, who is the leader of sad Arabia, who ordered the killing of the journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, and Biden had promised to make him a pariah and to not deal with Saudi Arabia personally and given his fist bump and almost showed he was being chummy with him and a lot of people were saying, why are you sacrificing human rights for the short term interests of pumping a few thousand more or a few million more gallons of oil? Like in that Politico White House in Washington reporter Daniel lipman. The house could be house committee that is investigating the capitol attack. Now wants to talk to some folks at the Secret Service over text messages that appear to have been deleted by agents about that violent day in a statement committee chairman Benny Thompson said he told the Secret Service he wants the text by Tuesday. In addition to the texts, the committee is demanding any after action reports that were written by any division of the agency related in any way to the events of January 6th. Christopher Cruise CBS News Washington. The Secret Service says though respond to the subpoenas, swiftly. Now to Ukraine, Russian forces are continuing their attacks on cities and towns across the country. Ukrainian officials say 17 more civilians have been killed, Russia says it's quote intensifying the actions of units in all operational areas. And a drug lord on the DEA's most wanted list is now behind bars. Mexican authorities say they have apprehended Raphael Carroll Quintero. He's been on the run, accused of the torture and murder of a DEA agent back in the 80s. The U.S. drug enforcement agencies most wanted man one of them is under arrest. He's being held in prison 50 miles west of Mexico City. Mexican marines captured drug kingpin Rafael Caro Quintero in the mountains of western Mexico on Friday. He's believed to be the mastermind of the 1985 torture and murder of DEA agent Enrique Kiki camarena, karo Quintero was abruptly released from a Mexican prison in 2013, and that's when he went on the run. Since then, he has been on the FBI's most wanted list. His arrest comes three days after a meeting between president Joe Biden and Mexico's president, attorney general Merrick Garland, says the U.S. will seek our Quintero's immediate extradition. That's Ariana Diaz with CBS News. England is breaking records and looking at possibly its worst heat wave that's ever been recorded. This heat wave is a warning sign that our world is in danger and needs our help. Katie white with the world wildlife fund for nature. Climate change is making these extreme weather events such as heat waves and wildfires and droughts, both more frequent and more intense, which is harming people, but also harming nature, temperatures may hit 104° in parts of England Monday and Tuesday, the old mark in 2019 was one O 1.7. Britain usually has moderate attempts in the summer, and many homes and businesses do not have air conditioning

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:56 min | 3 weeks ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A subpoena for the U.S. Secret Service. Committee chairman Benny Thompson said in a release Friday, the committee is looking for the relevant texts in any after action reports that are related to the 2021 capitol riot. President Biden is on his way back to the U.S. after wrapping up a controversial trip to Saudi Arabia. Biden met with Arab leaders in Jeddah today to discuss the growing nuclear threat from Iran and efforts to improve relations between Israel and its neighbors. 6 people are dead after a dust storm caused a 21 vehicle pile up on a Montana highway. Lisa Taylor has more. Authorities say the dust storm swept through southern Montana late Friday afternoon, causing a series of collisions on interstate 90 each to billings, Montana highway patrol sergeants, as lays on the highway are expected for hours, governor Greg GM 40 tweeted, I'm deeply saddened by the news of a mass casualty crash near harden where grateful to our first responders for their service. That's the latest I'm Julie Ryan. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. President Joe Biden said he expects further oil supply increases from Saudi Arabia to help team fuel costs at home after a landmark meeting with the kingdom's rulers. Biden's trip didn't result in an immediate pledge for a production hike, but U.S. officials said they were confident that Riyadh would lead the OPEC plus alliance to agreement for a gradual boost. Donald Trump and two of his children won a brief reprieve from depositions in New York's probe of their family real estate business. We get more about that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. It follows the sudden death of the former president's first wife, Ivana Trump, the delay was granted by New York attorney general letitia James, who's been fighting for months to get Trump, Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka Trump to answer questions under oath as part of her investigation into potentially fraudulent asset valuations at the Trump organization. Bloomberg's truly pellet. Major League Baseball is paying $185 million to settle a federal class action lawsuit filed by minor league players. The lawsuit was filed as players sought pay for violations by teams involving minimum wage and overtime violations, ESPN reports said that as part of the settlement, the MLB will issue a memo mandating teams pay minor leaguers during spring training, extended spring training and instructional leagues. U.S. docs could be in for more declines as the risk of a hard recession and a stronger dollar rises in the second half of the year. Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett quotes Bank of America's strategists. Those strategists led by Michael hartnett say that although both stock and credit are close to pricing a mild economic downturn, equity markets could see proper capitulation at the second quarter earnings season is worse than expected. Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Suzanne Palmer. This is Bloomberg

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Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Secret Service for erased texts

AP News Radio

01:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Secret Service for erased texts

"The House committee investigating the U.S. capitol attack has subpoenaed the Secret Service for text messages agents reportedly deleted I'm Ben Thomas with the latest The Department of Homeland Security inspector general sent a letter to members of Congress stating that Secret Service agents erased messages exchanged around the time of the riot between January 5th and January 6th 2021 The deletion was described as part of a device replacement program became after the watchdog office requested records from the agents as part of its probe House January 6th committee chairman Benny Thompson says the panel is seeking the relevant text messages as well as any after action reports that have been issued in any and all divisions of the U.S. Secret Service pertaining to or relating in any way to the events of January 6th 2021 The committee originally sought the electronic records in mid January and made an official request in March for all communications received or sent from DHS employees between January 5th in January 7th 2021 Ben Thomas Washington

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Watchdog briefs Jan. 6 panel on erased Secret Service texts

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

Watchdog briefs Jan. 6 panel on erased Secret Service texts

"The watchdog for the Department of Homeland Security has briefed all 9 members of the House January 6th committee about the deletion of Secret Service tax from the days around the riot I'm Ben Thomas with the latest The closed door briefing came after the DHS inspector general sent letters to members of Congress stating that Secret Service agents erased messages that were exchanged between January 5th and January 6th 2021 The deletion was described as part of a device for placement program but it came after the watchdog office requested records from the agents as part of its probe into events surrounding the January 6th attack The Secret Service insists proper procedures were followed and a spokesman says the idea that the texts were maliciously deleted is false He says the agency has been fully cooperating with the inspector general's investigation Ben Thomas Washington

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Glenn Kirschner Addresses the Deleted Secret Service Texts

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Glenn Kirschner Addresses the Deleted Secret Service Texts

"You know, I said that we are a nation adrift in unaddressed lawlessness. You know, and I probably should have added that DoJ. How about you lower some damn life bulb boats? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it feels that way. Part of it, you feel like, oh my God, it's a lot of climbing to keep up with the DoJ, but holy crap. We better get going. I mean, first question, the Secret Service text, are those recoverable? I mean, obviously deleting texts after they've been requested legally, I assume is another crime, but talk to us about that first. Yeah, so first of all, after there has been a request. Prosecutors will often put in what are called preservation orders to try to maintain the status quo until we can get our hands on potentially relevant information. I think the OIG, the inspector general's office, did what in substances the same. They said, we are requesting these texts and thereafter, they were destroyed. They were deleted. That, I'm sorry, has the smell of nefarious conduct. Doesn't prove that it's nefarious conduct. But here's the thing, ordinarily, even when you're migrating service from one phone to another from one provider to another, that doesn't mean everything that has gone before is forever deleted. Wiped away. So some of this stuff might be recoverable. The cell phone providers will retain the content of text messages for some period of time. But each company has its own internal guidelines, some will retain it 60 days, 90 days, a 180 days. So we have no idea what's retrievable. But what I know, Steph, is this stinks to high heaven. I mean, why would texts from January 5th and January 6th be deleted? When we all knew the historic importance and evidentiary importance of those text messages

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Good morning, defenders of abortion rights a President Biden is not doing enough to respond to the overturning of roe V wade. He's urging Americans to vote, but activists say he needs to take action. The White House says it does have a plan. The Biden administration is very clear about what we can do within executive action. Hi, Michael hill. It's morning edition from NPR and WNYC. A government watchdog says the U.S. Secret Service deleted text messages from around January 6th, New York City will launch three mass vaccination sites this weekend to offer shots to protect against monkeypox. And why a man who didn't fire weapon has been sentenced to life in prison for the shooting death of a police officer. It's Friday July 15th, the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington and corps of a Coleman, President Biden has met Palestinian authority president Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank today after visiting east Jerusalem earlier. The White House says it will provide new funding to Palestinians and Pierre's Daniel estrin reports from Jerusalem that includes medical funding and a push for Israel to allow high-speed Internet access for Palestinians. President Biden is the first sitting U.S. president to visit a Palestinian neighborhood of east Jerusalem where Palestinians want to declare a capital. The White House announced a $100 million for Palestinian hospitals. President Trump stopped U.S. funding to the hospitals to pressure Palestinians on a peace deal with Israel. Biden is trying to repair relations with Palestinians. The U.S. announced about $200 million in additional aid for the UN agency for Palestinian refugees, and other steps like pushing Israel to allow for four G Internet for Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza, but Palestinians have other demands for the U.S., including to pressure Israel on the recent killing of a Palestinian American journalist. Daniel estrin NPR news, Jerusalem. The president of Sri Lanka has resigned the official resignation of gotabaya Rajapaksa comes after several days of anger and confusion in the small island nation. Reports Sri Lanka's prime minister has officially been sworn in now as acting president. The speaker of the Sri Lankan parliament confirmed Rajapaksa's resignation, which was sent over email late Thursday. Rajapaksha was supposed to resign Wednesday, but fled the country. First to the Maldives and then to Singapore. Sri Lanka's parliament will meet tomorrow to decide who will be their new leader. Rajapaksa became president in 2019, campaigning on national security after the Easter bombing since Sri Lanka. Despite growing criticism of the economic crisis, Rajapaksa had managed to cling to power for months, until this weekend when protesters stormed his residence. They accused him and his powerful political family of corruption and economic mismanagement, which has nearly wiped out young cast foreign reserves for NPR news. In New Delhi. Ukraine's president says Moscow has committed an audacious act of Russian terror by firing cruise missiles from submarines into buildings in the Ukrainian city of venezia. NPR's Brian Mann reports that at least 23 people have been killed and more than 100 others injured in the strike on a pair of buildings. There are emergency crews

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:48 min | 3 weeks ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The January 6th attack on the capitol, WGN's Ryan borough reports, a statement released by a spokesman for the U.S. Secret Service says before the Department of Homeland Security's office of inspector general asked for the communications, the Secret Service began to reset its mobile phones to factory settings as part of a pre planned three month system migration during that process data on some of the phones was lost, but the Secret Service says it confirmed with the OIG that none of the texts it was seeking was lost in that migration, and any insinuation that text messages were maliciously deleted are false. Senator Republicans have blocked a bill that would have protected women who crossed state lines to receive legal abortions. The bill was rooted in the Fourteenth Amendment's equal protection clause. It would also have a lot of prosecutors take civil action against those seeking to restrict a woman's rights across state lines to receive reproductive care. Democrats needed at least ten Republicans to support the bill, but none did. West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin is not going to support climate spending as part of a reconciliation package. The senator told democratic leaders he didn't want to support a spending package that involved either climate visions or a new tax raises on corporations or wealthy people. The news likely and any major climate legislation before the 2022 midterms and Hasbro says customers will soon be able to scan their face on the Hasbro app and receive unique 3D printed dolls that look just like them. So far the options for doll bodies are limited to Star Wars figures if you marvel characters to Ghostbusters and two power ranger figures. The forecast from the WG and Chicago weather center today showery with an occasional thunderstorms, more humid, a high of 78 for the weekend warm and moderately humid with several scattered showers and possible thunderstorms Saturday's high 83 Sunday 81. Right now it is 68° at O'Hare, celebrating our 100th year serving Chicago. I'm

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Watchdog says Secret Service deleted Jan. 6 text messages

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Watchdog says Secret Service deleted Jan. 6 text messages

"A government watchdog has found Secret Service agents deleted text messages sent and received around the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol I'm Ben Thomas with details In a letter obtained by The Associated Press the Department of Homeland Security office of inspector general says the messages between January 5th and January 6th 2021 were erased as part of a device replacement program The erasure came after the watchdog office requested records of electronic communications between the agents as part of its probe into events surrounding the January 6th attack Additionally the letters sent to leaders of the House and Senate Homeland Security committees says Homeland Security personnel were told they couldn't provide records to the inspector general and any such records would first have to be reviewed by DHS attorneys A Secret Service spokesman called the claims categorically false Ben Thomas Washington

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Joe Biden: 'Read the Polls, Jack!'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Joe Biden: 'Read the Polls, Jack!'

"Here is an exchange. He got real feisty. Now, all of us want to be old. I do. I want to live to be 99 years old. I just don't think I ought to be president of the United States. Here's cut 13. Listen to this reporter, who's pointing out the disastrous poll numbers he has. And he gets in the reporter's face. He liked menacingly comes towards the reporter. And it's one of those honest to goodness. One of those old men stay out of my lawn. Get out of my get out of here. You kids you rascals, you young whippersnappers make a lot of noise. I'm not gonna put up with this racket, you scoundrel you. I mean, it's like, that's what it's like. You could see him. He's so old and he comes walking menacingly and the two nervous Secret Service agents are on either side of him. And they're looking at him like, oh, please, mister president, can you not do this? What are you doing? You've got to hear and see this. Mister president, what's your message to Democrats who don't want you to run again? They want me to ride. Two thirds of the pole. Through the pose, Jack. You guys are all the same. That pull showed that 92% of Democrats if I ran would vote for me. A majority of Democrats say they don't want you to run again in 2024. 92% said if I did, they'd vote for it. Read the polls, Jack. Stop playing that rock and roll in that that devil music, your little whippersnapper. No pop that gum around me.

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Biden Claims 10-Year-Old Crossed Statelines to Terminate Presidency

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:51 sec | Last month

Biden Claims 10-Year-Old Crossed Statelines to Terminate Presidency

"So President Biden just a few moments ago made a shocking claim about a ten year old crossing state lines, do we have that audio? Well, yes, no. Yes, no. All right, let's check that out. Ten years old. And she was forced to have to travel out of the state to Indiana to seek to terminate the presidency and maybe save her life. So there you just heard, President Biden say that a ten year old girl, this is what he's claiming, a ten year old girl crossed state lines to terminate the presidency. I certainly hope someone has alerted the Secret Service. Grace, if not, can we get on that? Can we just maybe just shoot him an email? Something.

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

01:39 min | Last month

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Coverage at launch is limited to coastal waters in North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, and Chile. Bloomberg's Mark gurman says his sources say Apple plans to launch an extreme sports version of the Apple watch this year. The watch would reportedly have a 7% larger display, stronger metal case that's not aluminum, and a larger battery. It may also be able to detect elevation and fevers as well. In early April, Microsoft began blocking VBA macros on downloaded office documents by default as a security precaution. The company said it has now rolled back this decision, citing feedback from customers. Microsoft did not initially announce this rollback, it just did it, but confirmed the change after customers noticed a change in the default behavior. The White House announced that U.S. Secret Service director James Murray will retire from the post. He won't be out of a job long though, snap announced Murray will begin as its chief security officer as of next month. According to code references analyzed by 9 to 5 Google, Google plans to offer three new glance lock screen integrations for pixel devices. One is a cross device timer notification for timer set on other Google Assistant devices. The other two are for ride sharing and food delivery services. Microsoft demoed its direct storage technology for PC, games in March, which offloads data decompression from the CPU directly to the GPU. Square Enix announced its four spoken title as the first title to support direct storage. The title was set for an October release, but Square Enix delayed it now to January 24th, 2023. No other publishers have announced direct storage support on a PC title

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on KOMO

"News First methods of making a fortune of the gas pump for thieves was when they skimmed your charge card was an adapter inserted at the pump card reader And then we heard about maybe a truck with a trailer rolling over the fill valve for the underwater tank Somehow they'd slide a pump down below and suck out maybe a hundred gallons of gas Have another idea and this one hard to detect It's a handmade device powered by two 9 Volt batteries It's being inserted into diesel fuel pumps by organized gangs At first appearing in Florida about a year ago it's now made it to the West Coast recently showing up in California Make a long story short in California right now They're paying over $7 for a gallon of diesel This device they're getting a gallon of gas for 5 cents It's such a serious matter The U.S. Secret Service is now involved here In fact special agent roger Fuentes shared recently with new 6 Orlando with their findings have shown so far It just causes the gear here to spend a lot slower than it should The slower it goes the cheaper it is One device operating for 12 months could be anywhere at two and a half $3 million It tells me that whoever designed this knows exactly how gas pump operates and how this device operations inside the gas pump It's a manipulator on the pulsar mechanism which coordinates a gallon of gas flowing through the machine to coordinate with what the current price is on the gauge at the pump When you slow down the flow of the fuel the price gauge can't keep up with just how much fluid is rolling through the pump So it makes a guess In this case 5 cents a gallon Investigators like special agent Fuentes are saying that gas pump manipulator device was first uncovered in the southeast area of the country last year so far more than 50 cases involving the use of this device have been reviewed by federal investigators They looked into the matter actually taking one of the devices apart takes about $40 in parts to build And if you're wondering how long does it take to install one and can we stop it They have the keys to the pumps or this go ahead and break them open It's not illegal There.

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:32 min | 2 months ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Family members who were broken whose lives will never be the same They had one message for all of us Do something Just do something For God's sake do something President Biden demanding action on guns talking to the nation in an evening address Thursday night that on the heels of yet another mass shooting in Tulsa Oklahoma this past week Of course The White House had already been looking for a legislative response following the elementary school attack in uvalde Texas that of course on May 24th that claimed the lives of 19 children and two teachers We're trying not just to make sense of the tragedy but also understand where the United States can go from here We've got a great voice on this Doctor Marisa randazzo is executive director of threat management at on tech She joins us this afternoon from Washington D.C. She's got a great background serving with the U.S. Secret Service for a decade She was the agency's chief research psychologist assigned to the national threat assessment center Also co directed the safe school initiative conducted jointly by the U.S. Secret Service in U.S. Department of Education Doctor randazzo it's good to have you with us I wish it were under different circumstances We're trying to understand how this type of thing can be prevented And we know what is happening politically right now That's not what we're going to talk about But what we're going to talk about is real solutions here And you say it's possible to prevent school shootings How Well it's absolutely possible to prevent school shootings I was part of a team that has been studying school shootings since the Columbine attack happened And we actually went back 25 years in the secret services continued this research and I just want to emphasize school students are preventable We can prevent them because they are sought out and planned out in advance And because the person who engages in that violent typically tells other people beforehand So we stand a chance at hearing about someone who's planning for this type of horrific violence before they actually get to that point And one other important piece is that people who carry out students who carry out school shootings in particular typically do it when they're at a point of feeling desperation They're at the end of their rope They may even be actively suicidal And they see no other way out of their problems And maybe we'll just look at the violence as the last solution or the best solution to solve their problems and commit suicide at the same time often is the case So the way we prevent this is typically by setting up threat assessment teams and training law enforcement personnel school personnel and mental health professionals in this process known as behavioral threat assessment Let's first of all by the Secret Service it's been adapted for K12 It's been adapted for higher Ed and even the Department of Defense has concluded this is exactly the tool that works best It's our best hope going forward I mean this sounds like being kind of an offensive offensive like being in the offense right Looking for the problem areas are problem individuals Why aren't we set up better Is it just we still are in a society even though in the pandemic we talked so much about well-being and mental wellness and you know employers being more sympathetic the whole world kind of getting a better understanding of how it can impact everybody or anyone Is it just still society's lack of expertise and knowledge when it comes to mental well-being and willing to kind of identify it Like what is it that we're not better about this I think that that's a big piece of it And I think the other thing that distracts us is that depression in girls and women look different than a typically does and boys and men were used to kind of the Hollywood script of you're just withdrawing from activities or sleeping all day You're eating a tub of ice cream For boys and for men clinical depression actually looks very active It's anger It's trigger temper It's rage And we miss that We miss it at school personnel is law enforcement pediatricians missed that as a possible symptom of clinical depression It's part of what attracts some people to extremist ideas in the first place is feeling like the only legitimate expression of their emotions is hatred if they were to cry though we made fun of but if they are angry and seizing and full of hate then they're not made fun of So part of it is we have an opportunity If we know what to look for especially in boys and young men Marissa I can't help but think that if these kids did not have access to guns these things wouldn't happen because we have mental health issues in countries outside of the United States where it is harder to get a gun and we do not see mass shootings like this That's absolutely the case We can't deny the fact that the U.S. is really cornered the market on that shootings We have so many more than any other similar country with similar mental health problems stressors et cetera But I will tell you at the same time I have been working in the field of threat assessment for over 25 years I've been doing research in different types of gun control for even longer than that And the sides haven't changed and the divisiveness has only worsened So what I want us to look at is what can we do right now And one thing we can do is state legislatures can actually enact these extreme risk protection orders So I can't remember 19 or 23 states have them It's a temporary order A temporary restraining order separating someone who is planning violence or may be a risk to themselves From their weapons until they can be stabilized So that's something we could actually take action on Doctor randazzo I am curious first of all after this shooting that we just got this week and we've had a couple of shootings in just a short time I am curious is your phone ringing off the hook are people calling saying how do we deal with this What do we do What's our first step Yeah and actually for anyone that.

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:42 min | 2 months ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Family members who were broken whose lives will never be the same They had one message for all of us Do something just do something for God's sake do something President Biden demanding action on guns talking to the nation in an evening address Thursday night that on the heels of yet another mass shooting in Tulsa Oklahoma this past week Of course The White House had already been looking for a legislative response following the elementary school attack in uvalde Texas that of course on May 24th that claimed the lives of 19 children and two teachers We're trying not just to make sense of the tragedy but also understand where the United States can go from here We've got a great voice on this Doctor Marisa randazzo is executive director of threat management at on tech She joins us this afternoon from Washington D.C. She's got a great background serving with the U.S. Secret Service for a decade She was the agency's chief research psychologist assigned to the national threat assessment center Also co directed the safe school initiative conducted jointly by the U.S. Secret Service in U.S. Department of Education Doctor randazzo it's good to have you with us I wish it were under different circumstances We're trying to understand how this type of thing can be prevented And we know what is happening politically right now That's not what we're going to talk about But what we're going to talk about is real solutions here And you say it's possible to prevent school shootings How Well it's absolutely possible to prevent school shootings I was part of a team that has been studying school shootings since the Columbine attack happened And we actually went back 25 years in the secret services continued this research and I just want to emphasize school shootings are preventable We can prevent them because they are sought out and planned out in advance And because the person who engages in that violence typically tells other people beforehand So we stand a chance at hearing about someone who's planning for this type of horrific violence before they actually get to that point And one other important piece is that people who carry out and students who carry out school shootings in particular typically do it when they're at a point of feeling desperation They're at the end of their rope They may even be actively suicidal And they see no other way out of their problems And maybe we're just looking to violence as the last solution or the best solution to solve their problems and commit suicide at the same time often is the case So the way we prevent this is typically by setting up threat assessment teams and training law enforcement personnel school personnel and mental health professionals in this process known as behavioral threat assessment Let's first of all by the Secret Service it's been adapted for K12 It's been adapted for higher Ed and even the Department of Defense is concluded This is exactly the tool that works best It's our best hope going forward I mean this sounds like being kind of an offensive offensive Like being in the offense right Looking for the problem areas are problem individuals Why aren't we set up better Is it just we still are in a society even though in the pandemic we talked so much about well-being and mental wellness and you know employers being more sympathetic the whole world kind of getting a better understanding of how it can impact everybody or anyone Is it's just still society's lack of expertise and knowledge when it comes to mental well-being and willing to kind of identify it like what is it that we're not better about this I think that that's a big piece of it And I think the other thing that distracts us is that depression in girls and women look different than it typically does and boys and men were used to kind of the Hollywood script of you're just withdrawing from activities or sleeping all day You're eating a tub of ice cream For boys and for men clinical depression actually looks very active It's anger It's trigger temper It's rage And we miss that We miss it in a school personnel as law enforcement pediatricians missed that as a possible symptom of clinical depression It's part of what attracts some people to extremist ideas in the first place is feeling like the only legitimate expression of their emotions is hatred if they were to cry though we made fun of but if they are angry and feeding and full of hate then they're not made fun of So part of it is we have an opportunity If we know what to look for especially in young men Marissa I can't help but think that if these kids did not have access to guns these things wouldn't happen because we have mental health issues in countries outside of the United States where it is harder to get a gun and we do not see mass shootings like this That's absolutely the case We can't deny the fact that the U.S. is really cornered the market on that shooting We have so many more than any other similar country with similar mental health problems stressors et cetera But I will tell you at the same time I have been working in the field of threat assessment for over 25 years I've been doing research in different types of gun control for even longer than that And the sides haven't changed and the divisiveness has only worsened So what I want us to look at is what.

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WTOP

"Is just amazing Michaela shifrin again missing a gate It's almost an instant replay of what happened the other day and she is now out of the slalom as well She's just a consoling herself on the course right now She missed a very early gate once again It was almost identical to what happened two days ago in the giant slalom The head of Homeland Security says no specific credible threats have been made against the Super Bowl and Alejandro mayorkas says his agency is working with many others to make sure that nothing happens It is the U.S. Secret Service U.S. customs and border protection immigration and customs enforcement the transportation security administration fema the office of countering weapons of mass destruction The big game is Sunday at SoFi Stadium A scary incident involving vice president Kamala Harris husband the Secret Service rushed second gentleman Doug Emhoff out of an event at a high school in Washington D.C. after it received a bomb threat CBS Nancy Cordis Easy police say that when this bomb threat was made this afternoon the caller said that everyone inside had ten minutes to get out That threat was immediately relayed to the Secret Service detail for the second gentleman and the second gentleman Doug Emhoff was at the school to attend a black history month event with kids The Justice Department makes its largest ever financial seizure of cryptocurrency more than three and a half $1 billion A New York couple is accused of conspiring to launder the crypto which was stolen in the 2016 hack of a.

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:55 min | 6 months ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The U.S. Secret Service from a Washington D.C. high school event celebrating black history month due to a security issue according to reporters who were covering the event students and teachers were also evacuated from the school White House press secretary Jen Psaki said she did not have any immediate information about the situation Scientists estimate that by the end of the omicron driven surge in coronavirus cases in the U.S. the vast majority of people in this country will have had the SARS CoV-2 or some variant of a COVID infection at some point during the pandemic and PR is Michael lean to cleft reports The estimate is now up to 80% Researchers at Georgia Tech estimate that before the omicron surge about 40% of Americans had been infected with the coronavirus and researchers at the University of Washington predict another 40% of Americans will catch omicron Now these are rough estimates because many cases go undetected and reinfections occur However the data indicate that the vast majority of Americans will have been exposed to the virus and or vaccinated and there's growing evidence that for the general population either one provides long-term protection against severe disease So in future surges the U.S. may record many cases of COVID but likely fewer hospitalizations and deaths NPR news Canadian lawmakers are expressing increasing concern about the economic impact of protests that have blocked the busiest border land crossing North America over COVID-19 vaccine mandates and other requirements Jacobs Protesters of vaccine and other public health mandates have been blocking traffic on the ambassador bridge since Monday night The mile and a half long bridge connecting the cities of Detroit and Windsor represents over a quarter of trade between the U.S. and Canada Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau said on Twitter last night that quote Canadians have the right to protest but added quote they don't have the right to blockade our economy or our democracy or our fellow citizens daily lives it has to stop That's Emma Jacob's reporting The Dow is up 227 points since the open This is NPR A hearing was held today to determine if the parents of a teenager charged with the mass shooting at his Michigan high school in November should also stand trial James and Jennifer crumley are charged with involuntary manslaughter They're accused of failing to tell authorities that their son had access to a gun after educators warn them at Ethan crumbly was showing alarming signs of mental distress They've pleaded not guilty again their son Ethan is charged with killing four people and injuring 7 others in a shooting last year Former Pope Benedict XVI has acknowledged abuses and errors in the handling of sex abuse cases but denies any misconduct and PR Sylvia but Jolie reports a statement came two weeks after a report found Benedict had mishandled four cases of clerical sex abuse decades ago in Germany The Vatican has released Benedict's response to an independent report commissioned by the German Catholic Church that covered the years 1945 to 2019 The report faulted then archbishop Joseph ratzinger as well as his predecessors and successors of misconduct In his response Benedict said I have had great responsibilities in the Catholic Church all the greater is my pain he added for the abuses and the errors that occurred in those different places during the time of my mandate While the former Pope did not directly address the allegations a separate letter from his lawyer said the German report contains no evidence for an allegation of misconduct or conspiracy in any cover up By the former.

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:03 min | 7 months ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Trump ism We have to we have to stop right Right Now and it's going to take it's going to take all of us Because I think that that is a very dangerous movement that is still being enabled and it's being emboldened And we're seeing this happen in all levels I mean you see this at school board meetings now right You see this division and communities happening right now It's fundamentally dangerous And I just think I just don't believe that we can not push back on this We have to do we have to And we had to at least try He won the members of your group Stephanie Grisham the former White House whatever she was Did she ever have a press conference Whatever she was So Trump hosted secret meetings in The White House residents in the days ahead of January 6th according to her statements She also told house investigator that documents provided that to the U.S. Secret Service would memorialize whether Trump actually intended to march with supporters to the capitol I mean I'm feeling well I don't know how you're feeling but between the Supreme Court ruling and just in general I actually feel like we may get to justice for January 6th Are you feeling like that I mean there is just more and more coming out One of the things they're requesting is all the video and photographic evidence of Pence and anyone that was around him on January 6th I mean I just think we still may be tip of the iceberg Do you think in terms of what we know Yeah and I think the facts are the facts and all of this is starting to surface now And it's all the evidence is all there The question is getting that evidence out to Americans in a manner that is factual and informative And unfortunately it's also reaching it's about reaching the echo chambers on some of these more far right networks too who are never going to actually share the truth right We're never no matter what happens here They're not going to share factual information to their viewers And we had to find a way around that to make sure that we're educating people about what happened here so that it never happens again Olivia in another day if my dad and Goldwater had won I feel like we would have been best for a little Republican.

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"u.s. secret service" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"u.s. secret service" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"US secret service took a look at twenty seven mass attacks last year that killed ninety one people they found that one third of the attackers had a history of serious domestic violence two thirds have mental health issues and nearly all of made threats to communications that worried others acting homeland security secretary Kevin mescaline and prevention of massive tax is truly a whole of community effort hi everyone involved from law enforcement to mental health professionals to individuals in schools in throughout our communities is critical to addressing these threats of preventing them before they happen a three judge panel of the New Orleans based federal appeals court took arguments on the legality of the affordable Care Act and seemed inclined to find it unconstitutional whatever the ruling it will go to the Supreme Court but will the justices want to take this up again that earliest we expect them to at least get that petition start considering it would be this this coming fall which would set a time line if they decided to hear the case in the Supreme Court sometime early twenty twenty that's smack dab in the middle of the presidential election so we could be headed to a scenario where healthcare is front and center ABC's Devin Dwyer in Washington a federal judge in New York City barred the justice department from trying to bring in new lawyers on the census citizenship question the judge ruled it's too late in the process for that Emmy winning actor rip torn died at his home in Connecticut is stage film and TV career included an Oscar nomination for nineteen eighty three cross creek he won an Emmy for his role as the devious producer RD on HBO's the Larry Sanders show can be very careful when your cues of friends of stealing money to close for many years ago I was in New York with many protection that he accused me of taking fifty five from a member very ugly and I talk to you know you've told me this story before and you took the money that may be rip torn was eighty eight you're listening to ABC news are you more do you want to market this little piggy stayed home this little piggy had roast beef this little piggy had none in the last little piggy went to noble shoes because he heard from being crammed into tight issue needed some help getting tucked in properly we are.

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