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"ukraine abc" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on KOMO

"House managers questioning the president's defense that Joe Biden was a legitimate target to investigate in Ukraine ABC JD field has details house managers Lofgren asking of the president was so concerned about Joe Biden and corruption why did he demanded investigation before buying the house he was running for president it wasn't until vice president Biden begin consistently beating trouble in national polls in the spring of twenty nineteen by significant margins that the president targeted by the president's lawyers saying even if the president wanted that investigation it's not impeachable Andy field ABC news Washington because the health risks linked to sugary diets there's an extra push the limit how much sugar children consume every day but you could be unknowingly feeding kids artificial sweeteners that may not be any healthier commas Connie Thompson tells us why reading food labels is more important than ever please sue mallet bakes she uses ingredients like mashed bananas and dark chocolate to sweeten food like muffins without adding extra sugar but keeping an eye on sugar in packaged foods is another story look at every level for her to be sneaky and sometimes it might say I'm a Freind low sugar but there really is some extra a natural stuff in there and that I don't really want my kids to have nutrition labels are now required to list not only how much sugar is in products but also how much added sugar is there Consumer Reports nutritionists say that could create new complications for many parents the concern is to make that added sugars number look more appealing to consumers manufactures might take out some of the regular sugar and add in non nutritive sweeteners like sucralose aspartame is sort of a good news bad news situation less sugar is better especially for kids who should have less than twenty five grams a day eating too much added sugar.

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Recording appears to capture Trump ordering Yovanovitch's firing

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

Recording appears to capture Trump ordering Yovanovitch's firing

"ABC news received an audio recording said to be from twenty eighteen in which president trump is at a dinner with the person he says as recently as this week that he doesn't know at the dinner are two former associates of trump personal lawyer Giuliani lapar nascent Igor proven and president trump is heard demanding the firing of Maria von of itch who is in the U. S. ambassador to Ukraine ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl **** says she's basically walking around telling everybody wait he's gonna get impeached just wait the president appears to say to the group which sources say included a top aide quote get rid of her get her out

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:05 min | 8 months ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"President's legal team has three days to present a defense lead house manager Adam Schiff telling senators president trump obstructed their investigation by defying subpoenas for documents and witnesses if the Congress cannot because the price that prevents that investigate the president's own wrongdoing there will never be an article one because there will be no more impeachment power it will be caught the democratic house managers said the president's personal lawyer Rudy guiliani help Mr trump pressure Ukraine into investigating the bidens White House counsel Jay Sekulow Rudy Giuliani was representing a president of the United States president trump who was under attack my special counsels and to look over every possible defense is what a lawyer does ABC news received an audio recording said to be from twenty eighteen in which president trump is at a dinner with a person he says as recently as this week that the he doesn't know at the dinner are two former associates of trump personal lawyer Giuliani love part assn Igor proven and president trump is heard demanding the firing of Maria von of itch who was then the US ambassador to Ukraine ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl parties says she's basically walking around telling everybody wait he's gonna get impeached just wait the president appears to say to the group which sources say included a top aide quote get rid of her get her out tomorrow a second US case the Chinese originated coronaviruses confirmed by US health officials China reports at least fifteen new deaths in the city where it originated total virus desk now around forty all in China cases totaling more than nine hundred worldwide analysts say concerns about effects of the virus partly led to today's downturn on Wall Street you're listening to ABC news there is only T. A. R. on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic it's eight oh two I'm.

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:02 min | 9 months ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Beginning at some Taliban from ABC news I'm Richard came to Iran is following harsh retaliation after a U. S. missile strike on a convoy leaving Baghdad's airport ordered by president trump killed Iranian general Qasem Soleimani commander of Iran's elite could force the defense department says that solo money was quote actively developing plans to attack American diplomats and service members in a rock and throughout the region and they also accuse soul Amani of approving the attacks on the US embassy in Baghdad earlier this week and so they felt they had to strike a B. C.'s cure of Phillips as for that promised harsh retaliation the state department says all Americans should leave Iraq now if you're running is decide to do something quiet to hit back just to show that they did then it'll be probably something that the troops there will be able to handle the real danger here is does it get out of hand to the Iranians respond try to deflect the anger that is inherent in the running people towards the running regime retired marine colonel Steven again you're just ABC news military consultant the stalemate over president trump impeachment trial continues leaders of both parties Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer planning end of the week floor speeches with most of their colleagues still out of town they must still agree on Senate trial rules with Democrats pushing for more witnesses with newly revealed emails that suggests many officials were struggling to justify the president withholding money from Ukraine ABC's Andy field the continuing mystery in or Colorado entire squadrons of drones flying at night of remote farmland multiple sheriff's departments police and federal agencies will meet with the FAA on Monday to work toward getting to the bottom of the drones one county sheriff's is a drones are causing lots of concern they've been seen flying in air space above ranches in rural areas of Colorado and Nebraska the FAA says multiple divisions in the agency are investigating that ABC's.

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Lander of Iran's elite Quds force the defense department says that solo money was quote actively developing plans to attack American diplomats and service members in a rock and throughout the region and they also accuse soul Amani of approving the attacks on the US embassy in Baghdad earlier this week and so they felt they had to strike ABC's care of Phillips as for that promised harsh retaliation the state department says all Americans should leave Iraq now if you're running is decide to do something quiet to hit back just to show that they did then it'll be probably something that the troops there will be able to handle the real danger here is does it get out of hand to the Iranians respond try to deflect the anger that is inherent in the running people towards the running regime retired marine colonel Steven again your does ABC news military consultant the stalemate over president trump impeachment trial continues leaders of both parties Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer planning end of the week floor speeches with most of their colleagues still out of town they must still agree on Senate trial rules with Democrats pushing for more witnesses with newly revealed emails that suggests many officials were struggling to justify the president withholding money from Ukraine ABC's Andy field the continuing mystery in or Colorado entire squadrons of drones flying at night of remote farmland multiple sheriff's departments police and federal agencies will meet with the FAA on Monday to work toward getting to the bottom of the drones one county sheriff's is a drones are causing lots of concern they've been seen flying in air space above ranches in rural areas of Colorado and Nebraska the FAA says multiple divisions in the agency are investigating the ABC's Alex stone you're listening to ABC news listen on the.

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:13 min | 9 months ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In general Qasem Soleimani commander of Iran's elite Quds force the defense department says that solo money was quote actively developing plans to attack American diplomats and service members in a rock and throughout the region and they also accuse soul Amani of approving the attacks on the US embassy in Baghdad earlier this week and so they felt they had to strike ABC's care of Phillips as for that promise harsh retaliation the state department says all Americans should leave Iraq now if they're running as decide to do something quiet to hit back just to show that they did then it'll be probably something that the troops there will be able to handle the real danger here is does it get out of hand to the Iranians respond trying to deflect the anger that is inherent in the running people towards the running regime retired marine colonel Steven again your does ABC news military consultant the stalemate over president trump impeachment trial continues leaders of both parties Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer planning end of the week floor speeches with most of their colleagues still out of town they must still agree on Senate trial rules with Democrats pushing for more witnesses with newly revealed emails that suggests many officials were struggling to justify the president withholding money from Ukraine ABC's Andy field the continuing mystery in or Colorado entire squadrons of drones flying at night of remote farmland multiple sheriff's departments police and federal agencies will meet with the FAA on Monday to work toward getting to the bottom of the drones one county sheriff's is a drones are causing lots of concern they've been seen flying in air space above ranches in rural areas of Colorado and Nebraska the FAA says multiple divisions in the agency are investigating the ABC seven seven C. M. J. bill from the Addicks wealth management studio this is news radio WTEM J. if you can't get a good night's sleep let me ask are you breeding well because of your snoring for waking up each night with a stuffed up nose or frustrated with your C. pap mass the root of your sleep problem lies in your breathing passages and if any one of those passages is it working you'll sleep well and there's no mattress hill or other gimmick that can fix that.

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The discount rate all the concentration in conditions because when it wasn't up to six and one hundred thirty Michelle Franzen there's no where I'd rather celebrate this thanksgiving presidential making an unannounced trip to Afghanistan to spend thanksgiving with US troops president trump made an unannounced trip to Afghanistan to spend thanksgiving with US service members he served Turkey to a dining hall of about five hundred troops taking pictures and chatting with many this is president trump's second visit to a combat zone he and the First Lady traveled to a rock on the night of Christmas last year arriving on December twenty six and spending about three hours on the ground at the main US military base in western Iraq nineteen US service members have been killed in Afghanistan this year the deadliest for American troops there in five years Karen Travers ABC news Washington the White House says it is cutting back on contributions to NATO's operating budget comes ahead of next week's summit the cut about six percent new questions about presidents Ms personal attorneys and business dealings in Ukraine according to The New York Times Rudy Giuliani signed a proposal received three hundred thousand dollars by a Ukrainian government official to try and find stolen money the New York times report doesn't knowledge that the deal never went through but even the pursuit of such a deal raises questions about a potential conflict of interest after a number of witnesses testified last week that Giuliani was simultaneously playing a key role in pushing the president's agenda in Ukraine ABC's in S. delicate terra.

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Michelle Franzen there's no where I'd rather celebrate this thanksgiving presidential making an unannounced trip to Afghanistan to spend thanksgiving with US troops president trump made an unannounced trip to Afghanistan to spend thanksgiving with US service members he served Turkey to a dining hall of about five hundred troops taking pictures and chatting with many this is president trump's second visit to a combat zone he and the First Lady traveled to a rock on the night of Christmas last year arriving on December twenty six and spending about three hours on the ground at the main US military base in western Iraq nineteen US service members have been killed in Afghanistan this year the deadliest for American troops there in five years Karen Travers ABC news Washington the White House says it is cutting back on contributions to NATO's operating budget comes ahead of next week's summit the cut about six percent new questions about president trump's personal attorneys and business dealings in Ukraine according to The New York Times Rudy Giuliani signed a proposal received three hundred thousand dollars by a Ukrainian government official to try and find stolen money the New York times report does the knowledge that the deal never went through but even the pursuit of such a deal raises questions about a potential conflict of interest after a number of witnesses testified last week that Giuliani was simultaneously playing a key role in pushing the president's agenda in Ukraine ABC's in S. delicate terra thanksgiving travel impacted by several storms from coast to coast and in between emergency declaration means residents have to move there parked cars off of St still plows can get through residents south of Minneapolis had nearly a half a foot of snow by Wednesday morning the snow is moving to northern Wisconsin but mother nature isn't done with the region yet to post thanksgiving storm expected to sock Fargo and parts of southwest and northwest Minnesota with up to sixteen inches of snow in the coming days ABC's Ryan borough you're listening to ABC news this black right start with what their start early to get to a.

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Ex-NSC official corroborates Sondland said he was directed by Trump on Ukraine

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

Ex-NSC official corroborates Sondland said he was directed by Trump on Ukraine

"Center a second week of public hearings into the impeachment inquiry eight witnesses set to testify including Wednesday the US ambassador to the E. U. Gordon's son when he is the witness who had the most direct contact with president trump during the described pressure campaign on Ukraine ABC news senior national correspondent Terry Moran a new witness has now come forward and claimed under oath that Sunderland a trump mega donor took his orders directly from the president in testimony released this weekend former NSC staff member Jim Morrison put someone right at the center of the alleged effort to pressure Ukraine to investigate the president's political rivals including Joe Biden using nearly four hundred million dollars in military aid as leverage Morrison testified behind closed doors that trump and someone spoke approximately five times on the phone while that vital military aid was

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Public impeachment hearings continue today

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Public impeachment hearings continue today

"The the house house impeachment impeachment inquiry inquiry an an hour hour away away from from its its the the second second public public hearing hearing today's today's witness witness the the former former ambassador ambassador to to Ukraine Ukraine Marie Marie of of on on average average today today will will say say that that she she was was the the target target of of a a smear smear campaign campaign by by the the president's president's allies she will is expected to say in this hearing room today that she was blind sided forced out of her position after more than three decades of public service Democrats though say that she's the first victim the president's shadow diplomacy in Ukraine ABC's merry Bruce later today a closed door deposition with an aide to diplomat bill Taylor who over heard president trump talking about Ukraine and

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U.S. ambassador to EU ordered not to testify to House

Atlanta's Morning News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. ambassador to EU ordered not to testify to House

"The White House tells house Democrats it'll not cooperate with the impeachment in Korea after the state department blocked the US ambassador to the European Union Gordon saw online from testifying house Democrats have now issued a subpoena for someone's testimony and documents Sonnen reportedly worked behind the scenes to help carry out trumps wishes in Ukraine ABC's and as they look at terra reports Democrats are warning the president any attempt a stone wall will be used against him as evidence of obstruction the White House has tapped former South Carolina congressman Trey Gowdy disservice outside counsel to the president during impeachment

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on KOMO

"A lot of work that goes into good journalism it's a job that we take very seriously and something we embrace homeowner use K. one Seattle kale and twenty minutes of nonstop news starts now here's what's coming up FBI investigates you'd of researchers in China pro I'm core would hate the possible theft of technology secrets that a very big boost for charter schools on Carlene Johnson live traffic and weather on the way in four minutes but first here's ABC news it's five o'clock ABC news and she requested another whistleblower coming forward and backing up the original whistle blower complaint about president trump's dealings with the leader of Ukraine ABC's merry Bruce's in Washington on Capitol Hill new whistleblower could provide new leads in this investigation and this person claims to have first hand knowledge of the president's behavior which under cuts one of trump's main argument which is that the first whistle blower was not a direct witness you can be sure members of Congress are likely going to want to speak to this new whistleblower soon a new whistleblower described as an intelligence official claims to have first hand knowledge of some of the allegations in the complaint US forces now pulling out of northern Syria leaving behind Kurdish forces who have been helping to fight against ISIS ABC news chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz president trump is now giving the green light to Turkey for a military operation that would clear these cards out of northern Syria and is ordering US forces to move away from the area where the military operation is being conducted on Twitter this morning this president says it's time for us to get out of these ridiculous endless wars no deal yet in the strike at General Motors by nearly fifty thousand auto workers reports say talks at a snag over the weekend police in Dallas are now trying to find a suspect or suspects in the murder of Joshua brown a key witness in the trial of former police officer amber Geiger here's ABC's linsey Davis after Geiger says she mistakenly enter John's.

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"ABC president another whistleblower now stepping forward offering what's described as first hand knowledge of some of the allegations laid out in the first was the blowers report president trump's call with the leader of Ukraine ABC news was the first to report that the legal team representing the first whistle blower at the heart of that impeachment inquiry is now representing a second whistleblower who is coming forward to corroborate that first whistle blowers complaint the White House is pushing back it doesn't matter how many people decide to call themselves whistle blowers about the same telephone call a call the president already made public the press secretary said it doesn't change the fact that he has done nothing wrong save the season as the look of terror and Washington US forces now pulling back from parts of Syria opening the door to an invasion by Turkey the Turks say they're going after Kurdish groups considered terrorists same Kurds help US troops take on ISIS former neighbor both from John the Dallas man shot in his own home by former police officer amber Geiger has been killed ABC's Kaylee Hartung says Joshua brown was a key witness in the Geiger trial around testified less than two weeks ago at times emotional remembering how he would hear his neighbor singing gospel hymns from his apartment across the hall he also described hearing Johns fatal confrontation with Geiger the supreme court's new term begins today one of the cases it will consider a challenge to Louisiana's abortion law A. B. C.'s K. Charles if we this law requires any doctor who provides abortions to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital and that sounds innocuous maybe like good policy but it turns out it is very difficult for abortion providers to get admitting privileges which means if this law were allowed to take effect it would become virtually impossible to obtain an abortion in the state of Louisiana talks have stalled between GM and thousands of striking auto workers the walk out now its fourth week for the president Jimmy Carter refusing to let it fall slow him down I had a number.

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"As first hand knowledge of some of the allegations laid out in the first was a blowers report president trump call with the leader of Ukraine ABC news was the first to report that the legal team representing the first whistle blower at the heart of that impeachment inquiry is now representing a second whistleblower who is coming forward to corroborate that first whistle blower complaint the White House is pushing back it doesn't matter how many people decide to call themselves whistle blowers about the same telephone call a call the president already made public the press secretary said it doesn't change the fact that he has done nothing wrong save the season as the look of terror and Washington US forces now pulling back from parts of Syria opening the door to an invasion by Turkey the Turks say they're going after Kurdish groups considered terrorists the same Kurds help US troops take on ISIS former neighbor both from John the Dallas man shot in his own home by former police officer amber Geiger has been killed ABC's Kaylee Hartung says Joshua brown was a key witness in the Geiger trial round testified less than two weeks ago at times emotional remembering how he would hear his neighbor singing gospel hymns from his apartment across the hall he also described hearing Johns fatal confrontation with Geiger the supreme court's new term begins today one of the cases it will consider a challenge to Louisiana's abortion law A. B. C.'s que Charli sickly this small requires any doctor who provides abortions to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital and that sounds innocuous maybe like good policy but it turns out it is very difficult for abortion providers to get admitting privileges which means if this law were allowed to take effect it would become virtually impossible to obtain an abortion in the state of Louisiana talks have stalled between GM and thousands of striking auto workers the walk out now its fourth week former president Jimmy Carter refusing to let a fall for him now I had a number one priority.

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"In theory Preston another whistleblower now stepping forward offering what's described as first hand knowledge of some of the allegations laid out in the first was the blowers report president trump's call with the leader of Ukraine ABC news was the first to report that the legal team representing the first whistle blower at the heart of that impeachment inquiry is now representing a second whistleblower who is coming forward to corroborate that first whistle blowers complaint the White House is pushing back it doesn't matter how many people decide to call themselves whistle blowers about the same telephone call a call the president already made public the press secretary said it doesn't change the fact that he has done nothing wrong it's a disease it is to look of terror and Washington US forces now pulling back from parts of Syria opening the door to an invasion by Turkey the Turks say they're going after Kurdish groups considered terrorists same Kurds help US troops take on ISIS former neighbor both from John the Dallas man shot in his own home by former police officer amber Geiger has been killed ABC's Kaylee Hartung says Joshua brown was a key witness in the Geiger trial round testified less than two weeks ago at times emotional remembering how he would hear his neighbor singing gospel hymns from his apartment across the hall he also described hearing Johns fatal confrontation with Geiger the supreme court's new term begins today one of the cases it will consider a challenge to Louisiana's abortion law A. B. C.'s K. Charlie's agree this small requires any doctor who provides abortions to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital and that sounds innocuous maybe like good policy but it turns out it is very difficult for abortion providers to get admitting privileges which means if this law were allowed to take effect it would become virtually impossible to obtain an abortion in the state of Louisiana talks have stalled between GM and thousands of striking auto workers the walk out now its fourth week former president Jimmy Carter refusing to let a fall slow him down I had a number one priority.

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on KOMO

"Okay from ABC Preston another whistleblower now stepping forward offering what's described as first hand knowledge of some of the allegations laid out in the first was the blowers report on president trump's call with the leader of Ukraine ABC news was the first to report that the legal team representing the first whistle blower at the heart of that impeachment inquiry is now representing a second whistleblower who is coming forward to corroborate that first whistle blower complaint the White House is pushing back it doesn't matter how many people decide to call themselves whistle blowers about the same telephone call a call the president already made public the press secretary said it doesn't change the fact that he has done nothing wrong it's a B. season as the look of terror and Washington U. S. forces now pulling back from parts of Syria opening the door to an invasion by Turkey the Turks say they're going after Kurdish groups considered terrorists the same courage helped US troops take on ISIS former neighbor both from John the Dallas man shot in his own home by former police officer amber Geiger has been killed A. B. C.'s Kaylee Hartung says Joshua brown was a key witness in the Geiger trial around testified less than two weeks ago at times emotional remembering how he would hear his neighbor singing gospel hymns from his apartment across the hall he also described hearing Johns fatal confrontation with Geiger the supreme court's new term begins today one of the cases it will consider a challenge to Louisiana's abortion law ABC's K. Charles Oakley this small requires any doctor who provides abortions to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital and that sounds innocuous maybe like good policy but it turns out it is very difficult for abortion providers to get admitting privileges which means if this law were allowed to take effect it would become virtually impossible to obtain an abortion in the state of Louisiana talks have stalled between GM and thousands of striking auto workers the walk out now in its fourth week former president Jimmy Carter refusing to let a fall slow him down I had a number.

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"ABC news the White House accused of a cover up a whistleblower claims the trump administration used a secret computer server to hide the record of president trump's call with the president of Ukraine ABC legal analyst Dan Abrams reports the treating the call is classified presents a new problem to the administration the whistle blowers allegation provides a bigger picture than just the transcript it's also just as importantly this allegation of a cover up I mean if it's really true that White House officials said they were quote directed by White House lawyers to remove the electronic transcript in the computer system that's a scandal in and of itself but in defending the president's some Republicans say the White House kept the Ukraine call secret to prevent leaks that have plagued the White House in the past and as for that July phone call between president trump in Ukraine's president discussing Joe Biden house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says he read the record of the call and didn't see any illegal activity by the president of phone calls now put forth there's nothing in that phone call the races to the level of impeachment intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff doesn't see it that way F. as this record a call already indicates the president was instead of faithfully executing his office was using that office as leverage. to obtain Dirk have another country manufactured third on his opponent. it is hard to imagine a more fundamental of use of that office prosecutors rested their case against former Dallas police officer amber Geiger and defense attorneys will start calling witnesses this morning prosecutors say Geiger missed several cues that she was walking into the wrong apartment in the minutes before she killed all of them Jean defense attorneys say the Geiger reasonably believe she was walking into our own home early looking Wall Street Dow futures pointing to a lower open you're listening to ABC news. and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK Attorney General have announced Wednesday that California is suing the administration over its rollback of Endangered Species Act he says the recent policy changes make it harder to protect plants and animals that are threatened the trump administration says the changes are a modernization of an overly restrictive law hundreds.

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Breaking news he's always. there is no news news station Katie A. R. news now it's twelve thirty I'm Bob Maclay here's our top story that late latest on the Democrats impeachment inquiry of president trump the Associated Press says that a whistle blower complaint will be made available to some members of the US house this afternoon that complaint at least in part about a phone call in which trump made to the Ukrainian president. timing the president of Ukraine sitting down with president drop in front of cameras today before the bilateral meeting at the United Nations General Assembly presidents Lansky asked by reporters about the July phone call between the two leaders in which a transcript that was just released today reveals president trump repeatedly asked the Lansky to investigate Joe Biden I'm sorry but I don't want to be in the hole two do not critical all from elections elections or view is say their phone call happened after president trump withheld military aid to Ukraine ABC news contributor Kate softer they're talking about aid and then president trump says I'd like you to do is the favorite so there's at least an implicit connection between the eight conversation and the favor conversation the phone call prompted a whistle blower complaint that is expected to arrive on Capitol Hill soon and is a subject of an impeachment inquiry Scott Goldberg ABC news now we're expecting president trump to speak soon will bring you was comments as soon as they happen right here on KTAR. time now to get a check on traffic.

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC news I'm David right president trump speaking to the United Nations General Assembly called Iran the world's number one state sponsor of terrorism and blamed Iran for the wars in Syria and Yemen and the attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities more than a week ago all nations have a duty to act. no responsible government should subsidize. Iran's blood last trump mentioned the extra sanctions placed by the U. S. on Iran last week before he spoke the president was peppered with questions about his phone call in July with the president of Ukraine ABC news has learned the president ordered nearly four hundred million dollars in aid with held before that phone call in which she is said to have pressured Ukraine's president to investigate Joe Biden and his son I think it's ridiculous it's a witch hunt I'm leading in the polls they have no idea how they stop be the only way they can tries to impeachment trump said those funds to the Ukraine were eventually paid this is ABC news today is graduation day for hundreds of probationary firefighters New York City some of those graduates carry the legacies of their fathers of the more than three hundred probationary firefighters set to graduate during a ceremony in Brooklyn thirteen are children of firefighters who were killed on September eleventh two thousand one another six or children a firefighter fathers who died of nine eleven related illnesses those children are now adults and they have decided to follow in the footsteps of their fathers making this the FDNY's largest.

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Ninety five point five W. asked me what was news and talk at three thirty I mark a line live from the W. S. B. twenty four hour news center. virtual Democrats are pressing for full disclosure of a whistleblowers complained about president trump's phone call with the president of Ukraine ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl I am told by multiple people close to the president that there is serious consideration in the White House of releasing the transcript will it happen I frankly doubt it look there are detailed word for word verbatim transcripts of most of the conversations a president has with a foreign leader they almost never see the light of day with the exception of when they are leaked as happened twice in trump's first months in office and at that point they took steps to make sure it would never happen again during all the year ABC news the trial of a former police officer accused of killing an unarmed Air Force veteran is under way into camp county as attorneys for the prosecution and the defense attempt to seat a jury to hear the case caught red handed outside a Lowe's in east point two suspects are on the run this morning accused of shooting two men to try to stop them from breaking into a car how much of an impact will this summer's heat have on the fall leaves in north Georgia the answer at the top of the hour U. G. a kicker rodrico Blankenship spanning the SEC special teams player of the week hot rod had three field goals in two P. a tease in last Saturday's win over Notre Dame number three Georgia is off this weekend the dogs play Tennessee in Knoxville October fifth tail gate on WSB at three kick off at seven Monday Night Football the bears beat the Redskins in Washington thirty one to fifteen baseball Braves off Monday night Atlanta faces the Royals in Kansas city Tuesday night W. S. renews time three thirty one you'll love W. SP triple team traffic alerts about free that's run by your traffic experts at ninety five point five. open the app and save your smartphone aside.

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President Donald Trump gets heat about Ukraine call

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President Donald Trump gets heat about Ukraine call

"President trump Friday does not know the identity of a whistle blower who filed a formal complaint about a call that the president had earlier this summer with a foreign leader reported to be the president of Ukraine ABC's Jonathan Karl tells us that the call reportedly included discussions about Joe Biden and the former vice president and twenty twenty candidates son Wall Street journal reports president trump urged the president of Ukraine to work with his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani who recently met with Ukrainian officials in Europe about investigating hunter Biden's business dealings president called his discussions quote totally

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"ukraine abc" Discussed on WSB-AM

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

"ukraine abc" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Breaking news. I I this is w SP twenty four hour continuing news. The operator of the trans. Alaska oil pipeline has restarted the system after a major earthquake shook Anchorage and the surrounding area Ali Esca pipeline service company said it shut down the eight hundred mile pipeline about seven hours as a precaution. The company says it determined the pipeline was safe to restart after performing checks that will give them Espy's top national story. President Trump is in Argentina for the t twenty summit making moves on the world stage and dismissing new concern about the Russia investigation was supposed to meet with Vladimir Putin if the gathering but cancelled citing Russia's latest aggression toward the former Soviet Republic Ukraine ABC's Jonathan Karl has Moscow's response spokeswoman saying Trump cancelled the meeting because of the domestic political situation in the United States. She was clearly talking about the news that Michael Cohen. The president's former lawyer and fixer at struck a deal with special counsel. Robert Muller Cohen admitted the Trump organization was in talks to build a Moscow Trump Tower, while Trump was running for president something that seems at odds with what Trump has long said publicly ABC's Jonathan Karl is in Argentina police say the pastor of a Newnan church is in the hospital tonight after a trespasser on church property headbutted him on Wednesday thirty one year. Two Marcus, cook pastors Saint Smyrna Baptist church. He saw man maybe doing drugs near a building. The church owns pastor cook fired his own gun in the air two or three times. The suspect ran off still on the loose WSB sports hawks in Oklahoma still in progress. WBZ news time eleven oh. Three national debt is now over twenty trillion dollars. What happens next rising inflation drops in the dollar's value? Some experts say another crashes coming you can fight this.

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Trump scraps high-profile meeting with Putin at G-20 over Ukraine

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04:12 min | 1 year ago

Trump scraps high-profile meeting with Putin at G-20 over Ukraine

"In the annual G twenty summit. Trump was supposed to meet with Russian President, Vladimir Putin. But cancelled that citing Russia's aggressions in Ukraine ABC's Andy Field joins us on the KOMO Newsline from Washington, and Andy the president tweeting that the Putin meeting is off because of the standoff with Ukraine, but the timing is really interesting because of what happened today with his longtime personal lawyer, Michael Cohen's plea deal over the Russia investigation and lying is this a matter of controlling the optics or sending a strong message to Russia. Well, we don't know. Certainly it seems like controlling the optics because as the president left the White House on the south lawn. He said the meeting was still along with Vladimir Putin and nothing really changed between what happened between Russia and the Ukraine and then in the short literally nine minute flight that goes from the White House to Andrews Air Force base. He had changed his mind. Then tweeted the meeting with Putin is off. So something happened in short helicopter flight to change what he said to reporters. I certainly the White House is very sensitive to the last meeting. They had in Helsinki with President Trump Vladimir Putin where he basically the president came out and said, I don't believe my CIA believe Ladimir Putin when it comes to Russian meddling in the election. And then of course, he had to a couple of days later say no, I didn't mean all that. So it's it's very curious said one of the things he wanted to do was me with Putin. And he apparently is not going to do that. At least now wanna one it's unlikely he won't see him somewhere and talk to him. He's also going to try to talk to Brazil, the president of China to work out. Solve this problem with the president's created with these trade tariffs that are hurting American businesses from the car industry to agriculture and the president says it no it's it's not him. It's doing it's China. So he's got that problem. And then the third problem is one of the country's at this g twenty meeting is Saudi Arabia. So the crown prince Saudi Arabia. The man who the CIA says is likely the person who ordered the killing of Jamal kashogi is going to be there in the president really optically can't seem with him either. So there is no mayday meeting is slated with the crown prince not that we know. But who knows you know, things change by the hour with us administration. So the couldn't very well be Andy, it seems like it was almost yesterday when we had the controversy regarding CIA director Gina hassle not being made available to US senators for briefing on the. Killing of Jamal kashogi. Is there any new information on why she was not in attendance yesterday? No, we haven't. We haven't heard the why behind it. We do know that Lindsey Graham, what are the president's the strongest allies in the Senate. His basically said I'm gonna hold my breath and take a breath and take my ball and go home until you guys have of that briefing for me on the CIA. And what happened which means is that he and a couple of other senators Republicans could gunk up the works in this lame duck session in terms of getting anything from laws of the president wants to get pushed through at the last minute to judicial nominees, and that's a real problem for the president. What about former FBI director James Comey filing a federal lawsuit today. Andy, tell us about that, do you know much about it. Well, he is called a sued basically challenging me a sorority of this house committee to hold closed-door hearings with him. He says he's more than happy to answer the subpoena income on Capitol Hill and talk he just doesn't want to do behind closed doors because he knows that the Republicans are trying to hide things and they've been known to selectively leak information, and he says, no, I'm willing to talk and public. Go ahead. Let's let's bring it on. So that's a that's a problem for the Republicans. And we'll see what happens in court ABC's Andy Field. Thank you, Andy.

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