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"vine administration" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"At the end mister zelensky from Kyiv and at the capitol center very different women were used to seeing speaker Pelosi stunning higher gathered with senator Schumer to their left much like they would sit in Congress applauding now mister zelensky We do this with a we're going to get to Jordan Fabian a moment our White House correspondent Zelensky waves now and I think we just lost the feed So we'll leave standing ovation Excuse me is it standing ovation in Washington We go to Jordan Fabian our White House correspondent Jordan what is the distinctive pressure on mister Biden this morning Well that was a really emotional appeal by president zelensky for some specific things like a no fly zone additional aircraft and more sanctions and on the no fly zone and aircraft front the vine administration has been reluctant to take those steps out of fear that it will escalate the conflict but I think zelensky's speech will put some additional pressure on the administration to if not send aircraft at least send some more lethal aid to Ukraine and the president due to respond himself to the speech later Sure and you are of a younger vintage high above cayuga waters in your study of American history and part of that is technology The massive difference between this moment and Churchill some 19 days I believe it was after Pearl Harbor is the speed of information The speed of technology the politicians were looking at now as they greet each other too early in their Washington morning The transmission of technology is something those younger are used to How has that changed The White House approach to see the news flow as it is today Yeah it's a really good point Tom And president zelensky has been very effective at making speeches like this in world capitals in this conflict and one might wonder whether it's sped up the western response You mentioned the 19 days this war has only been going on for three weeks and we've seen just in enormous response in terms of sanctions and military aid and again without the ability for president zelensky to zoom in to these legislatures and the European capitals in Canada the UK the United States you have to wonder if that aid would have come so quickly Jordan what I noticed in the events we just experienced is a U.S. Congress seemingly seemingly on the same page standing ovations both sides of the aisle here is there an expectation that Congress may push this administration a little bit farther a little bit further in response Yeah I do think that that is a dynamic here I mean if you look back like look at the example on banning Russian oil imports that's something that Congress was pressuring the administration to do and it looked like the administration kind of doubts the pressure in doing that And now you're seeing Republican legislators saying look we need to provide him with these Polish MiGs that are just sitting there in Poland that their administration has been reluctant to give And so you might wonder whether that's now going to happen given the response to the speech Greeting and we're seeing this folks and we welcome all of you across this nation greeting the ambassador of Ukraine I believe speaker Pelosi but certainly the senator from since I call him the senator from Cincinnati the retiring Portman And Jordan that speaks to the political battle ahead Framed for our audience the Republican I'm going to say at collegially the Republican dissent that straddles from a rob port and moderate retiring out to the most die hard Trump of optic estate Alabama frame the Republican descent to the Biden administration right now Well that's coming from two sides So you have the rob Portman who are calling for an escalated U.S. response more weapons perhaps a no fly zone over Ukraine While on the other hand the pro Trump wing we saw those comments from Madison Costa and the Republican congressman from North Carolina really denouncing president zelensky in harsh terms and questioning why the U.S. is getting involved in this conflict while we have X Y and Z prime Here at home And so yeah that's a question for the Republicans not only now but going ahead to the midterms Jordan Fabian thank you so much Our White House correspondent this morning in Washington after this historic speech Paul Sweeney and Tom Keane right now Paula quick comment from you as we observe this before we go to the Polish border Very very personal very urgent very emotional play directly to not only the U.S. Congress by mister zelensky but also to President Biden here There's definitely some very strong S here the no fly zone more equipment security for the sky I think this is going to you know I think mister zelensky was very effective in kind of getting his points across Now it would be interesting to see what the response is from the administration Really good point My amateur take is and I did not see the full video with a House of Commons but he seemed to be different and more intense and I agree with you He got his points across in a different way this morning There are no points that need to be said on the post Porter Paul What are we up to 3.2 million refugees And the number goes up And the match showing them just fleeing west into all the countries most notably Poland Rosalind Matheson has a team across Europe covering this and no one of Warsaw and east has been more focused on the border than Aggie cantrell She joins us right now of Berlin and Warsaw and medica Poland And so again what has changed at the Polish border since the first moment you were there a number of days ago Hi So yes I think actually what has changed most was almost something that was conveyed in the urgency of Valencia's speech to Congress now which is that the people fleeing now the people who are coming across the border this week as in comparison to when I was here two and a bit weeks ago these are people who've really felt this war There are people who for the most part now are fleeing Kyiv as well And We lost her which is I'm going to be honest When you're looking at the hookups that we've got on our telephone lines our Ken filio will do what he can to get her back on and that is the joy of radio The Dow up 284 points in the vix and still a good tape even after the Lavrov stunning headline out of Istanbul the vix came back I was going to say as a 28.40 and now 28.89 Let us go now to look at the data with our Karen Moscow All right Tom and Paul thank you The opening bell was brought to you by SEI with an operating platform designed to support all major asset classes diverse strategies and investment vehicles SEI is redefining wealth management learn more at SEI C dot com slash IMS Stocks are.
"vine administration" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"To welcome back. The enactment of the Texas abortion law is perhaps a game changing moment in the nearly 50 year battle over Roe v. Wade when the Supreme Court declined a block What is now the most restrictive abortion law in the country. It sent a signal that the court's conservative majority may be ready to unwind or overturn Roe. And while abortion opponents cheered the move, abortion rights supporters Hoping that the far reaching law will energize democratic voters and the next midterm elections. Joining me now are former Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill of Missouri and former Republican congresswoman Barbara Comstock of Virginia. Welcome to you both. I appreciate it. Senator McCaskill. Claire, Let me start with, uh, you want this? And that is this, uh How much of what should the Biden administration be doing right now? And is there anything that Democrats in Congress of the Vine Administration should be doing that that can be done before the next election? Well, I'm not so sure that there is a huge role for Biden and or Congress right now, other than shouting from the rooftops, um, that this law that the Supreme Court blessed And you can try to dress it up and put a bow on it, but they blessed a law. That embraces digital animism. That embraces the most extreme position. No exception for a 13 year old, who has been repeatedly raped by her father, who didn't know she was even pregnant until after six weeks. No exception for that. I mean, Chuck 63% of America supports Roe v. Wade. I guarantee you 80% of America does not want this law with vigilante embraced by the Supreme Court to become the way of life in America, and I really think they've They've gone too far and I will not accept both sides on this. This is one party that is doing this. Not both parties. There is this is not the place for O. Both sides are a problem. No. One side is a problem. I got reelected because of an extreme position on abortion, right? I believe a lot of Democrats will get elected over this former Congresswoman Barbara Comstock. Yeah. Except that that this is and this. This is being driven more by one party this time that you can't really have the both sides conversation on this particular Well, this is obviously a polarizing issue, And this is a polarizing bill as someone who is pro life and it's always want to change hearts and minds and, you know, focus on creating a culture of life and respecting the dignity of women. And the Children. I don't think this is a good bill and I agree with the Wall Street Journal editorial board that said it was a blunder. And so I do think it's important to point out because I don't agree with Claire that this this majority and minority have clearly said this does not overturn Roe versus Wade. And secondly, a Texas County judge has already blocked the enforcement of it against Planned Parenthood who didn't have a good legislative strategy. And this is a flawed bill that I expect because these similar bills have been blocked before and I think fairly quickly. This will be so I think neither side is going to be pleased with where the court may come down. I think the key issue on abortion from the original road decision is the viability issue. And that's where you've had. Republicans usually focuses on you know we had, and I think it's 2016 a bill on banning abortions after 20 weeks, which is sort of the viability area now. And the original road decision highlighted viability as part of that, so I think there's going to be there needs to be having some calm conversation on this. I think the Supreme Court when you look at whether it's you know Bush v. Gore or the Trump election. These judges who got attacked as being they were going to be trump judges. They upheld. Um uh, the obamacare decision. Let them take your take up these cases, which they will I think shortly, and I think they will. People will be pleasantly surprised where they end up whether you know I don't think pro life or pro choice are going to like the ultimate where they come down. Maybe where the people are in the middle. Well, and Clara. This is something you brought up the fact you've got reelected because you had an opponent that was went to, uh, it wasn't had an extreme position on the idea of rape if legitimate rape. Is something that Todd Akin at the time called it. But what? Where you look at this Texas law. What is the slippery slope? If we go down this idea where you take enforcement and put it into the hands of the people, I mean, I've already seen some folks on the right who don't like what Texas did fear that this could turn into some that a blue state could do this on gun issues. Well, let's let's be clear about what the Republican Party is. Right now. It's a stewing pot of grievance and what they have done with this law, and by the way, they've done it with other laws to Republicans, not Democrats. They've done it on what is taught at school in my state. They've done it on whether or not local law enforcement enforces federal gun laws in other states, they've done it on. Um uh, what rights People have that are Trans. Uh, so this vigilante ism. Our courts have always operated on a concept of standing. But you are in court because you have standing. What the Republicans are doing is they're giving standing to anybody who's got a social grievance. They're taking the culture wars to a place in our country has never gone. It is dangerous. It is wrong, and the Democratic legislatures are not doing this. These are just Republicans doing this, and I think this goes in the column of they are only listening to their calcified circle. Of disinformation and conservative media. They think everybody agrees with them, and it's only about 20% of the country. 80% of the country is not going to like this, and I do believe I don't want the Democrats to start doing this kind of BS. It's wrong. We should not be empowering vigilantes to enforce social grievance, whether it's guns, climate or anything else. Well, Justice, Roberts pointed out. In his dissent. He was in the minority correct. No longer This case of whether you can outsource to private parties is a very important issue, and I am confident that will not stand. So that's where all the focus and the inflammation is here. As you just had that discussion with those governors. We have had a lot of polarization on whether it's January six or Covid..
The Rush Limbaugh Show
"vine administration" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"Lot of listeners in that area and we want to let you know that we are thinking about you as that flash flood i think almost eighteen inches of rain Hit in the space of twenty four hours which is frankly unheard of and so that was a devastating issue. That happened over the weekend But we want to continue to follow this story. The amount of pressure that is continuing to be ratcheted up on anyone who is fighting back against the idea of mass in schools book. I i know you agree with me here. This is right now. The battleground because it's not just about masks on schools. It's about trying to compel masks everywhere. Basically for as long into the future as you can imagine and some of the arguments many of the arguments that are being made are just flat out wise and this is what's so frustrating about this. I wanna play cut eighteen here. Surgeon general vivek. Murthy was asked by chris wallace on fox news about parents being able to make their own choice as to whether or not their kids should wear masks and murthy flat out lied. I want you to listen to this. This is significant. Chris we know that the greatest protection to children is when all people are masked in school and their decisions that we make all the time Where we require people to do things for the better good. We have a list of childhood vaccines for example. The parents have to make sure their kids before they start school. This is just one more example of that step. We take to protect all kids and is a step. I think it's relatively low caused by. That is specially important to take during this. It just doesn't work. It's a long this at some point. We're just gonna have to look at people in a. I'm sorry that you're having some long standing and chronic emotional breakdown over the existence of a virus. That is out there that ever is now. Who's paying attention and honest saying is endemic. It's here forever and ever going away. At some point we look at them say. I'm sorry that you have an emotional anxiety. Disorder as a result of that is a cova disorder really. But we can't do this week. We can't continue to all live with this anxiety imposed upon all of us because some people can't handle it. I mean klay. The question that i want to ask at this point is so so just now accent that we never go back to normal as actually remember how we used to have to debates matter how soon we get back to fifteen days to stop the spread. Yeah now we're at the. There is no such thing as life before co vid if these lunatics get their way. You're going to be masking and getting shots. And looking at social distancing size. By the way i talked about the the article in the fluid. Fluid dynamics yeah. Fleet of the dynamics of fluids. I don't know if people different people have different expertise. What can i tell you but the point here is that they also said that aerosol particles six feet thing is a joke yet. See thing is absurd. They they were like totally I got an idea here. let's let's say that six feet is safer. Why not ten feet. Why not one hundred feet right you start to you. Start to break this up. Because the aerosol particles go at least twenty feet. Are you suggesting that foul. She just made something up. I think so. I love you. Know our buddy. Alex berenson shared out a an older photo of cheesy kind of standing next to sheryl crowe at sub guys you you gotta see this these like he has always been into the fame and it's true and the people. Do you see the chuck schumer. What does it take dancing with. The d. c. c. c. Or whatever the heck you know the democrat national congressional committee at some party and he got you know you got kobe. You've got these people are doing their little dance dancing around everything. They're not worried. About covy and nancy pelosi. Did you see her. reported fundraiser. Where nobody had mass on except for the minorities who were serving the rich white people. Did you see that video. Oh i saw the video. Yeah this is by the way. This is what i've seen now in a lot of buildings in new york city. Were you have people who are the delivery people. Yes the guys who are there to fix. Somebody's air conditioned they're very strict on those people you know if you're riding a bicycle delivering food you. You'd better paskov. Yeah but residents you know. Residents are Are are sophisticated in their anti spreading. Efforts instigated crowd like obama's decayed intelligent houses. I i don't know what it's gonna take but i. I hope that these polls klay aren't true that say that sixty percent of repel sorry forty percent of republicans support masking in schools. That that should be zero. Should be should know that. Democrats and people on the other side have made this entirely political and it's no longer about protecting kids. They should know that. I i've nope yashin's with those folks. Yeah i agree. And if they don't know that by the way You out there in our audience should be saying. Hey go listen to buck klay. They're going to share the data with you. Which is rational and real. And by the way even in new york magazine which is a super left wing publication. There was an article pointing out that there had been a study of ninety thousand school. Kids in georgia right. This is the thing about mass in schools and nobody can point to anything buck that proves that skin schools make kids safer at all because there hasn't been a study in fact that study of nine hundred thousand school kids in georgia arguably pretty clearly laid forward that there is no reason for kids to be wearing masks and i wanted to hit you with this i know. Did you see this tweet over the weekend. This guy named Jason wilson. i don't know who he is. He's a typical blue check but he tweeted. I want you to listen to this. It's a perfect corona bros. styling here. here's what he tweeted. Friends have their kids in scouts. We go to the meet and greet and i crap. You not the pack. Mother didn't wear a mask the whole time. I got so anxious that i had to leave. These are the kinds of people who are driving american policy. People who go to other people's kids scout meetings and are terrified when mom there isn't wearing a mask so when i came back from nashville to new york i flew into my favorite airlines spirit airlines. Of course hey. We're finally back running back up and running and i saw what they do. Is they do the and this is. This is apparently policy. Because i've seen it on multiple flights clay they will tell everybody this is now in an enclosed space. They will tell. We all know what air plan is like. They'll say you'd better mask up or else we will actually have security and physically remove you from this flight and ban you from the flight forever. They'll say that with their masks pulled down and this is what you say now there. There's a whole class of lib. They're leftists in this country that the democrat apparatus all buys into if the scoutmaster clay speaks everybody without a mask on. She's a reckless mass murderer. Who voted for donald trump if the airline attendant though because it's policy pulls down his or her mask and a flight attendant and speaks for five minutes to everybody in close based on a mass gone. That's not dangerous because they say so vicious how stupid. The lives have become in the age of kobe. Did i've i've never seen like people who actually believe that trump was working with putin and you know there was like hacking and the machines and the whole thing and trump so the two thousand sixteen election didn't matter what you show them didn't matter the fact they had no evidence they were dug in on it. They're dug in on this. I love flying at the airport. So i was out in vegas this weekend in the nashville airport. They have several different restaurants which have like a bar that looks out into the main concourse. In other words you sit on a stool and you look out and you're facing out and you could reach out if you wanted to and touch people as they are walking by those people all take their masks off right s- literally sitting facing and speaking directly in towards the terminal. That's totally acceptable. Because they got a beer in front of them or because they're eating something they can literally touch somebody but if you have your mask off in the concourse unacceptable like your brain has to be broken to believe that this is in any way a legitimate way to fight co. We have an experiment. And we'll come back. I i'll tell folks about some of the fun stuff from the wedding but also some of the wedding ovid situation from my little brothers married gay -gratulations where did they go on the on the honeymoon into the south pacific that doesn't bunch little islands the other. Yeah but the The the realities of covadonga in new york city and how it's gonna spread across the country. You know they just mandated one hundred thirty thousand teachers and everyone works the school system here vaccinate or fired. And this you're gonna see this in more and more vaccinate or you're fired that's what this is going to turn into. We'll come back into into that in just a month. Plus we got that Writer from new york magazine. Yeah we're going to see whether he cited on with plays wanted to have a democrat on. We're gonna have an article that said mass. Don't make sense if i gotta get more people who write these pieces. We'll see how it goes. 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That we'll ted wheeler is horrible at his job in a way that's laughable absurd and honestly kind of tragic people live there that lori. Lightfoot is an awful mayor you know there are a bunch of mayors that are close. Bill de blasio is the worst mayor in america he's he has single handedly responsible for the near destruction of my beloved hometown and city here in new york. But you know he's doing it through the school system. Now yeah and for people and for anybody listening right now say in in houston riley. Let's take a place that's in one of our safe state so to speak Florida these are the safety trees although those although many of those cities are actually fighting against the freedom. That's what i will get you even if you're in florida and you're in texas. The cities are now challenging state authority whereas before when when it was new york and new jersey saying lockdown shut up you know there was no no challenging anything it was all the state has quarantine powers but clay even beyond that the federal government which has tremendous sway over the hospital system. Because of the way you know medicare and medicaid payments are done and the federal government is pushing private businesses hospitals across houston. Are some of them already. have it. they're looking at vaccine mandates and the private sector doing it. Yeah and i think again. The big picture here is the the vine administration is failing on everything but one of the areas that they are failing on the most is what they are selling versus what they are delivering as it pertains to covert right because as recently as may balk what was their pitch. Get the co vaccine and you'll never have to wear a mask again and you won't have to worry about getting covert and covert is going to go away and we're gonna get down to cova zero and there are a lot of businesses and there are a lot of different entities out there that bought into that goal and what we're seeing especially out of israel which is way ahead of us when it comes to. Vaccinations is the co vaccine is not going to be this magic pill this panacea that suddenly eradicates cova forever. In fact israel is about to set an all time high for infections. And i'm afraid that the united states is going to do the same thing in the next month or so and it's gonna move book. It's gonna move from florida and texas to all these other states that have been wagging they're fingers all these other places the michigan's of the world that have been saying. Oh everything's perfect here. Unia and ause in those states. That's not what the date is going to reflect. They're going to have massive outbreaks there too. I mean that's what the data shows you know. There's also the democrats who are just telling you what the plan is now so today. We had the fda authorizing officially approving officially the pfizer vaccine. And there's some. There's some new names that i should look up. What is some new name. They want you to call the fis vaccine. You know this sort of The one you got by. Johnson and johnson went one shows referred to by a friend at the wedding this week and who also had to get the shot just to be able to go to the wedding and and also everything. You can't go anywhere in new york right now without this. You can't go to king really. Yeah bars like if you go to show. It's probably fifty fifty. But i mean how often do you wanna play that game when you have a business meeting or whatever it's fifty fifty if they're going to actually check any place but a friend of mine referred to johnson and johnson as these spirit airlines of vaccine which i thought was kind of you know it's like a little cheaper and But you know it doesn't actually work for. You doesn't actually get it don. That's a whole other question but one. Yeah you only have to do just like spirit airlines. You only want to do it once. Yeah but here you go. Spirit was all setup bach before today's show to be the presenting sponsor of the clay in buck. Show i'll bring them back into the full. What can i say. I'm i'm delta airlines not variant guy. Here you go bill. The blasios telling you they're going to have more mandates coming like twenty-five worse thrilled. The fda announced today the full approval of the pfizer vaccine. This is a game changing. We've been waiting for this for a long time to have the full approval vaccine. We now have it. This helps us move forward. And we're moving forward with our schools with this new vaccine mandate more mandates coming clay. They're saying it out loud. Oh now the fda approved it shut up peasants. show us your arm. Get the shot that big problem block. The data reflects that even if a hundred percent of us if every single adult in america were vaccinated. We're still going to have a massive amount of cova cases out there and it's not going to go away and i feel like democrats are selling to their sheep that cova vaccines are the key to cova going away forever and it's just not true. In fact natural immunity is probably the key. And it's like nobody will even hardly talk about it in this country. It's wild the sort of way that this information is being spread and how artificial much of it is what does the actual data say about mass in schools apiece in liberal new york magazine. Nervous about this. I mean a clay. You know you wanna bring a live on air. We're gonna do it here. we go. We're gonna see how this goes. We'll let clay introduce or are writer. Who was a good piece. Good.
Biz Talk Radio
"vine administration" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Folks, we will keep you up to speed here. The markets looking good and strong on a money Monday to start off the week. Hopefully that trouble continue as we continue to proceed through this week here. We saw some great guests coming up in a moment. We have joke opinion from Newsmax coming up. Um Connor. What? We Oh, wow. OK, So Joe is not yet in the queue like us The news of the day In the meantime, as waiting for Joe And here's an interesting both news of the day here, which you know Don't know. Tax season. Just asked, obviously, with tax filing day was on May 17. But apparently there's gonna be a crackdown by the arrest as the Vine Administration reporting this weekend that it can raise as much as $700 billion. By targeting tax cheats. I wonder that means you'll be targeting his own member of his own party, like Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer and others, too. It's amazing to me where you know your annual salary. In the House of Representatives. Released collectively is somewhere between family 20 $50,000.2, maybe $300,000 so I mean, it's a pretty good living. But when you're earning that year after year, and I understand self But like Chuck Schumer and Richard Durban, I'm sorry, Victor. And I'm sorry. That is the most popular and he likes to go by or Nancy Pelosi or Maxine Waters. Man. Have you seen the rest? Use them rich. You know, Mother efforts easy, right? I mean, how do you get this rich on a still a servant salary. It's amazing to me, but you know again, I'm hoping that that my administration will be at least hopefully, it's actually honest enough to go after those in his own party. Swell there. He probably won't But again, as we reported this past weekend, folks apparent that the tax cap is estimated $7 trillion over the next decade. That's according to a Treasury report released last week. Now around 80% of the gap is from under reported income largely from incomes from the other part, Uh, priest as well as partnerships among the wealthy Now this week isn't released via pressure the president wants to. In fact, that's the compliance from the ridge. To raise revenue. Now. The legislation would boost spending for initiatives such as extended education, childcare and leave the under reported income. Largely among the wealthy is the biggest contributor to this all tax cap, according to get. The Treasure Department report, issued last week at the Treasury estimates that improved tax collection could raise as much as $700 billion. Over the next eight years. Now, the tax cap is the difference between tax paid in taxes owed was estimated to be $584 billion. In 2019, and it's $7 trillion over the next decade again, according to the jury. Now around set a bricks of it again is, you know as we mentioned from under a pretty now this is what's interesting folks about the report from the Treasury that was last week. It identifies certain non labor income from business under tips as well as rental income dancer, which categories individuals under report, roughly 55% of their income. Okay, Do Lee the iris? That means that more than half their income on average is not being tough, Don't know. But I think we're taxed enough as it is. I know he ready. The tax rates still remains pretty high and all of the state of New York. It is crazy high. No. What's interesting, though, folks about Tantra point, and what makes this story significant from being reported this past weekend is that the different really comes down to the party reporting the coin to tax expert So example employers filing employees jumping each year on what's known as a W two again. I'm not talking about just give you sort of like the meat potatoes of this, folks. Which is distributed to the tax for any I arrest. Now, In this case, the employer serves as a third party verification. Now. Employees also have text with help from their check over the course of the year. The same concept is true. For investment income financial decisions were reported taxpayers dividend income on what's known as a tenant. Nine D I V text from, but there's little No. There's a little third party verification with certain business entities, according to tax experts now, But that was so proprietors support income and expenses to the IRA. So in a partnership any under reported the firm level transference of the business partners. So, in addition to that, folks, the Irish your crew more tax revenue by cracking down on the wealth and again. This is something that President Joe Biden really wants to hammer home again. He has a big vision for the Americans always plan and what he wants, whether it is They believe which let me just be clear about something. I mean, I don't have any kids that I don't know. But first of us, you know, do you have Children? I understand the struggle that many have out there right When it comes to how long give you away from work? How much is the appropriate amount of family Leave with you all the time from any like, Oh, look how they do it in Europe. Look how they have, you know, multiple and just weeks of family painting, not just for women. For men, and that seems to be a bit of a big talking point. So I understand that the pen is trying to you know, it was very liberal base, but we always have to be smart about this, folks. You know, from a fiscal perspective, you committed all the revenue you want, You know, Listen case people here in New Jersey legislators claim to say all the marijuana bring him right before we raise the gas tax revenue. But if you spend a moment take you don't have any sort of responsible spending practices. It'll be pointless. You can collect all reported income You want, folks, We're not spending responsible and budget of corporately. Will still be the same fiscal mess. So just keep an eye out for that folks again. 45 minutes past the hour here, letter one will continue at the top of the hour away. Hand it over to Barry Goldsmith. This talk radio Facebook live. Do.
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"Town Hall Review with you. Hewitt when Mike Pompeo was secretary of state under President Donald Trump, Israel at a rock solid ally in the United States, but just a few months left in the Trump administration. On peyote made history as the first secretary of state to visit in Israeli settlement in what was known as the occupied West Bank in Israel, known of Samaria and Judea. But the buying administration is getting a tremendous amount of pressure from the progressive wing of the Democratic Party. Significant strand of which is disturbingly anti Semitic. Pompeo said Him with Salem most Joe Piscopo on AM 9 70, the answer out of New York City under the Trump administration. The world fell to a safer place. It was just you really had a handle on everything. The Abraham accords. I mean, certain. I mean, this was this was a new, incredible accomplishment. And then the disarray between Hamas and Israel. Now we know what happened. Emboldening Iran correct me. If I'm wrong and then ran goes to Hamas. They get the weapons. They fire rockets into Israel. And then lo and behold, Israel is the bad guy. I mean, thank God there's peace. Do you think this will last, sir? Well, though, it's good news that they've declared a cease fire. That's what it's always good. Less loss of life is always better. But remember. This isn't the first time there's been a cease fire between these terrorists of Boston is really is almost certainly the case that one day these Rays will have to confront this again because in the end what hasn't changed as a result of the cease fire or the violence over these past 10 11 days? Is Hamas is intent to wipe Israel off the face of the earth. That great that hasn't changed their missions That remains the same, and they're gonna have even more money. The Vine administration appears a Claire prepared toe give billions of dollars of relief to the Iranian regime. Some of that money will find its way has blocked Do the terrorists in Yemen that Ruthie's end to the Hamas terrorists in the Gaza Strip and now we load that we armed, they'll read. Prepare themselves and someday they'll decide it's in their best interest. And you know, too many in the world will fall to Israel when it just wants to defend its own citizens, and we'll be right back in the Super Giner police. That's my fear. It was interesting to see. And I hesitate to ask you to comment on that because you're such a decent fellow. Mr Secretary. You really are, But when I said Joe Biden coming out, and they felt like it looks like they're insinuating they were taking credit for this and that Kamila Harris talked to the king of Jordan and I'm just shaking my head saying, you know, I don't think that's how it happened on why let me put it this way. If I if I may Why? Why does it seem? The Biden administration just doesn't back Israel the way the Trump Administration did. Is that a fair enough question? Joe is It's very different. You remember, the president doesn't call private, distant made guy who for weeks at the beginning administration. They again turned on the spigot that by administration turned them, speaking of funding to the Palestinian Authority, we had we cut it off. We made clear we had other partners in the region to and they joined the Abraham a court so friends like GM varieties and the Rabies We made clear that Iran was the problem, and Israel and the Gulf states working together was the deterrent model toe keep things like this from happening. I can't explain why I will tell you this job. When I first came to Congress, there was a lot of bipartisanship. Republicans, Democrats all supported Israel that appears to be diminishing falling away, not just from the hard cores like Ellen Omar and what she did to leave. Now sleeping even further into the Democrat Party that somehow Israel is morally equivalent amount that is sick. It is dangerous, and I hope the Democrat Party pushes that out. It needs to be bipartisan in support of Israel. And be nice to see President Biden when he talks about hate, and rightly so. There should be no hate against anybody. But he never addressed the anti Semitic rise in America and now and our Jewish brothers and sisters being attacked. Uh, Mr Secretary on the streets of New York City in Los Angeles on But President doesn't even address this. John seen these stories in New York in Southern California. We've seen around the world two in Spain in London, we We've seen any separatism that not only growing but now turning violent in these places haven't heard much from the administration about this. We worked hard. We had a great special envoy working toe. Pushback. He gives anti Semitism all around the world. This was at the center. This idea of religious freedom and the capacity of Israel is the rightful Jewish homeland to continue exist was at the center of how we thought about. Not only security for America, but middle East stability. I regret to see this. This this anti Semitism rise in the United States dangerous. We've got to push back after this. Doug Hiking is a Democrat who represents Brooklyn's district 98 in New York State Assembly. Brooklyn, is where some of the high profile attacks in recent days have come against Jewish residents. Hi can spoke with Mike Gallagher about his frustration with Democrats resistance to calling out the anti Semitism. I hope that we don't lose sight of some of the horrific anti Semitic attacks that are happening in this country from New York to Chicago to L A. Give us the latest and give me your perspective. Doug Heiken. Aziz. We better confront the hatred, the bigotry, the evil that we are seeing playing out right in front of our faces. Like you said it. It's the victory all the hate. You see on the faces of those attacking Jews. I mean, there is something really, really wrong Going on something horrible. Something horrendous. Entire Jewish communities all over America are being attacked with simple reason that they are Shoes. It is horrific. What's going on? And one of the cases that you know that I brought to the public's attention? We're too young people walking on the Sabbath, the back home 17 and 18 years old. They are attacked by a mob of eight people. The mob of Arab Muslims demand that they chant Free Palestine. He's a to religious kids with their Yama Cus. They don't have a phone. It's the Sabbath. They beat them up. They punched him in the face. They used baseball bats to attack them. This is in the heart of the Jewish community in Brooklyn, so it is out of control. And, by the way, Mike We know the cases that have made it to the public arena. So many things were happening that are not being reported. You know, most cases never get reported so things they're really out of control. Unbelievable eight emanating. From these young people from the Arab Americans, the Muslim community out of control. Hate very, very scary, and unfortunately Assed. Far as I'm concerned, you know, the leaders of the city. You know they're condemning it now, but it took a while for them to say anything better later. Never Ducks. Yeah, but you know something is wrong. No, you're comes down. When it comes to other groups. It takes a moment. You don't have to think about it. She wouldn't blink of an eye. I wholly believe me when I said better late than never. I was being sarcastic, because you know that I know, outrageous leadership the way we we, she Democrat almost always Democrat politicians. And you have to feel so betrayed by your party that your former Democrat party because The leadership has been nil on on defending the Jewish community look look like the Democratic Party. I'm sad to say this and it's been quite a while is an absolute disaster. And we're seeing it publicly. Look, we see the haters, the anti Semites, the Talibs and the Oh Marts. Uh, the role that Bernie Sanders and AOC mean supporting the terrorists commas over Israel defending its citizens. I mean, what in God's name is going on in this world? It's like yes is no. No is, yes, day is night night is day. It's absolutely insane. Well, but let me tell you, the worst part is the so called decent people in the Democratic Party, You know, not the radical left. They are intimidated by the left coming.
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"Byrne. Efficient now, Mr Attorney General, we're seeing that Isis predicting A 50% drop in illegal immigrant arrest under the new D H s guidance. Where did we find this information? Well, that was result guise of one of the lawsuits we have against the bite administration. And so the lawsuit that we said the Vine administration violating federal law by not deporting The approximately want 0.2 million people of active deportation orders that we filed a lawsuit saying they have to enforce the law and deport those folks. During the course of that discovery. We found out that the administration is essentially holding a lot of deportations, really all of them, and an email from a high ranking ice official warned DHS. It's a new policy. The Bite administration would reduce ice arrest by 50%. And that would lead to a dramatic increase and people being apprehended and deported. And literally. The numbers we just saw that just came out for April showed that ice deportations have fallen under 3000 for the month of April. This is the first time ever the numbers drop that well, so it just shows that the Biden administration is essentially abolishing ice without formally doing it. That's what our conclusion was to Attorney General Mark Burnett. Bitches joining us because it seems to be that that's They're doing it without doing it right there, not announcing it. They're doing the sneak tips, but it's also you've talked about several times overwhelming our border cities and not just border cities. Basically all of southern Arizona from a law enforcement standpoint, from a humanity standpoint. Is that continuing Mr Attorney General Yeah, absolutely. It's unabated. And you know, as we've talked about the Biden administration de criminalizing and incentivizing and monetizing people to come here, and it's not hurt anyone. It's not sort of hard working taxpayers they're having to pay for folks to stand. You know hotels in the Phoenix area. It's not fair to the people who are being exploited by the cartels and being taken advantage of And, you know, we know we talked about for the cartels or take advantage of this. We know about the 233% increase in setting all seizures, which is 50 times more potent heroin. So this is a problem on so many levels. But let me just tell you one of those things that you know we have discovered recently through state records. Ice isn't picking up undocumented immigrants who have been convicted of dangerous crimes. So there are literally people have been convicted of felonies. Dangerous abilities, kidnapping, aggravated assault, sex crimes that ice when when they're released from prison. Isis supposed to come pick them up and then deport them. Isis not doing that. And so we know that through what we've seen is literally were talking about drug dealers, Arsonists, armed robbers. I mean, just really dangerous folks and I don't know what the buying administration is thinking. But I know this is a former gang. Prosecutor. Former federal prosecutor is that if you release or you don't deport people that are, you know murderers, rapists. It is gonna have a devastating impact on our communities. And it's a ticking time bomb. Someone is going to get hurt. And all that blame lays lies with Joe. Binding, Kamala Harris turn General Mark Byrne of is joining us Now those words that aren't attorneys and don't really know how the system works. We hear About your latest lawsuit on top of the other lawsuit on top of the other lawsuit, and it goes on and on where us as we the people seem to be struggling, our shoulders going, OK if nothing's happening after all these lawsuits. Do we just give up? Well, you know the problem, guys, you know is that there's only I only have so many tools in my toolbox is And as you know, before I urged early on about, you know, declaring an emergency playing the National Guard and I'm glad to see finally looks like even the centers in DC now are recognizing this is a problem and you know they should be, you know, knocking on the door. Every day of the Biden administration, the White House telling them the need to come out here. The address this problem, So the thing about federal litigation is sometimes it moves slow. I mean, and that's the reality. You know, we have to convince a federal judge we have multiple lawsuits, and so They're progressing and you know the upside is is that a result of that first lawsuit, which is still ongoing is that we were able to cover that information and part of that that also was uncovered. A lot of people are talking about is it and the documents we've contained? It's clear that this wasn't a resource issue is the bite administration has said, you know, publicly. They have. The resource is they have the personnel? It's It's clearly an intention not to enforce existing law and I would submit endanger the American public. So we're doing everything we can. We've been able to obtain some of these documents, internal documents, but You know, Honestly, they've redacted like thousands of pages of stuff. So we're trying to get the court to Murdoch's on this stuff and we could help identify these problems and hopefully we'll get a federal judge decide with us. But It's a multipronged approach. And when you're the attorney general, you know the best tools I have in my toolbox our litigation. The next best thing I have is drawing attention issues this I've tried to do by sending letters to Kamala Harris by sending letters to Bezerra, the former California Ji Hoo's HHS secretary. Now by talking about this issue by talking to you guys letting people know We're fighting and I will tell you a big part of this, too, is the public. They need to get engaged. They need to contact, you know, do see and cinnamon Kelly and let him know that my goodness, What are we doing? And we need to be doing everything we can. Especially when you have a White House, which is the executive branch of our government in charge of executing the laws and executing what Congress is. Congress does things White House executed, but they're not in this case. They're doing the exact opposite of that. That's the part that has to be incredibly frustrating for you, Mr Burnham Itch. Well, look, a lot of people pay lip service to the rule of law. What the rule of law of moons, Whether you're Democrat or Republican, whatever your ideology is that when there's a law there's a set of rules. You follow me. If you don't like the rules of the law, you change the lawmakers. You change the rules, and that's why we always talk about election having consequences. The reality is you guys know It is estimated that two million people two million people across the border legally this year that is having a devastating impact on our environment. That's one of our lawsuits. It's having a devastating impact on local communities. Social services are being overwhelmed. And regardless of what you think about immigration, I just think it's fundamentally unfair to Arizona taxpayers Repair tax dollars Senator Washington D. C. And in Washington, D. C is so out of touch they literally now the bite administration has rescinded rules. So whether it's health care, child care, you know other government benefits they're giving to people that have been here. You know, for two days now, and they're putting up in hotels, and I just think America's very gracious country we are. We're a nation of immigrants, right? But it's not haired anyone. When someone plays by the rules, they pay their taxes. And then they say, Wait a minute ice just to this contract for $87 million to help people that are legal status. What about our veterans?.
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"The teams will be stationed at a handful of campuses a day and Return in three weeks to administer second dose is Eric Rodriguez NEWS radio 6 10 W Y O D's like drop in Florida's number of reported cove in 19 cases Department of Health officials confirming 3075 new cases to go along with 39. Recent resident deaths, the Vine administration implementing travel restrictions on India as the Corona virus spreads out of control there, Rory O'Neil reports. Based on advice from the CDC. The Biden administration will restrict travel between the U. S and India because of the Corona virus outbreak there. The restrictions apply the foreign nationals traveling from India to the U. S not U. S citizens. Exceptions are being made for foreign nationals and their families and those traveling for humanitarian and public health purposes. India is the first country in the world to report more than 400,000 daily new cases of covert 19 I'm Rory O'Neill, seven people in Mexico City's overnight disaster, fighting to survive and undergoing surgery after being rushed to the hospital with about 60 others. They were injured when a subway car fell from an overpass and onto a busy street right now, the death toll from that accident is up to 23 officials are now working to clear the wreckage. And if there was ever a reason to buy a mega million's ticket here, a 345 million of them. That's what tonight's jackpot is going to be after. Nobody matched all the numbers on Friday night odds of winning on that $2 ticket. About one in 302 million Look at the numbers on Wall Street in early trading right now, Dow is down. 70 points. NASDAQ Down about 150 s A P is down 22. Another update comes your way at 10 o'clock Maura of South Florida's first news with guest.
Texas Gov. Abbott blames Covid spread on immigrants
"Accusing the Vine Administration of intentionally spreading the coronavirus in his state by releasing illegal immigrants into the community the same day. He said that in Texas, the Biden administration was releasing illegal immigrant illegal immigrants. Into our communities who had Cove it. The body administration was spreading Cove it in South Texas governor ad that was responding to President Biden blasting the end with all thinking in Texas and Mississippi, removing mandatory mask mandates and fully reopening those states, Abbas said, just because the states no longer forcing businesses to comply with social distancing guidelines. Doesn't mean that they won't. In fact, many have announced they will require customers to wear a mask and president by an urge states yesterday not relax social distancing guidelines now saying they save lives.
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"You know, you go to some states $15 an hour well over what the market rages for wages. So, yes, Maybe that's good for that working person that would like toe make a little more money, but devastating for the people who already face near bankruptcy Because of the lockdown. You just talked about this. What about the teachers? The teachers unions? In Fairfax County. The Catholic schools are open. My kids can go to school, no outbreaks, no health problems, all calmness, all all being worked through, but the school next door that's a public school is closed. This is outrageous, and even Biden, CDC director, saying there's no problem with opening of schools. But yet they still Joe Biden won't say anything himself about the fact that these kids, especially kids, who can't afford like my kids can to go to a Catholic or Christian or appropriate school. That, you know, kind of tough luck. I find this. These policies are incredibly divisive and there's some of them are not even that political something. We're just like decency. We ought to be able to educate our kids and we haven't done it for a year. Let's face it. These kids are falling behind fast and it's wrong. Yes, And it's thoroughly anti science. I mean, the case that you just laid out specifically on the school's is that, of course, is the CDC director. Citizens seized the director's under Both Trump and Biden have now affirmed the same exact thing. Science completely support, sending the teacher's back to school with or without vaccines on yet you have the Vine administration saying Now we have to pass a $1.9 billion package first, before we can even started thinking about that. And the teachers unions are obviously the ones who are pressuring the by the Biden administration into a corner. We just saw this week this new video John Kerry from 2019, accepting an award for saving the climate after he flew his private jet in to receive it. And then he explained, While the reason for that you see match lap is because people like me, that's the way we have to travel. You know, I'm John Kerry. I'm just so important. That is really required for me to use the private jet. It's all phoniness. There's no there's no loyalty to science whatsoever in any of this. Let me just go back to this question about the school. So like we have a woman who helps us here with the kids and with the house. She's an immigrant and legal immigrant. And, you know, she's despondent over the fact that literally my kids are going to school because I have enough money. To pay the tuition and her kids are going to this public school that still remains closed, You know? OK. What? Greta Thornburg. I always thought that kid was a little bit odd that I give her credit. At least he sailed over here to go to the U. N not use a lot of fossil fuels. I mean, John Kerry. These people, it's always the laws are for the and not for me, looking almost every major mayor. Either either took a vacation or opened up a restaurant for a special reception. Whether it was Gavin Newsom at the French laundry. Um you know, the mayor of Atlanta for Joe Biden's birthday. You just start going through all of these hypocritical Democrat leaders. They don't think they're really gonna catch Cove it if they hang out with people. They just believe that it was good politics to run with the virus instead of run against the virus, and look, they were right. It was great politics for them to say. That somehow this was a trump virus. When really it's a Chinese created virus, and it's created huge division in the country. And they've exploited that division. Which that means, you know what, Vincent? Mary, They don't get to say that their unifying us when they say that we're trying to kill people. They don't get to say that trying to unify us when they're telling our kids. Tough luck. You can't go to a play. You can't go to a dance. You can't get off, okay? Yeah. You know that you can't You can't say you're a unifier when you're doing everything to divide us. That makes an interesting point. The cove It was one of their running mates last year. Okay, So one last thing before we let you go, Matt. Can people still sign up for CPAC down in Florida? That's February, 25th and 28th in Orlando. They can't I will tell you were really close to selling out which is great because You know people from around the country, Let's face it, Vince and Mary. They are so tired this idea that they can't leave their houses, and they're really tired of the idea that now with this conviction process in the Senate that somehow it's illegal to be a Republican. It's illegal. To be a term for support your domestic terrorist. I'd say this is the exact opposite thing that we need. We need more speech. We've more freedom. We need people to feel like they could be who they want to be in politics. And, uh, people are nervous to even say they support Trump for the idea that some of the guys that were your you know, you somehow did violence on the capital and I think in the end The pack is gonna be very, very helpful for those who are being tired of just being slurred in this way. I just match lap. The website is cpac doc conservative dot org's for the very few tickets that are left. Thank you, Matt. Thanks, guys. Thanks for having me on all right. It's time to get everybody to where they need to be. Take a look at the roadways, Lisa baiting and a heavy carpet cleaning traffic center too Bad E five and DSP Open north and South family had a crash in both directions. New York Avenue. That student is outbound. 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"Within 100 days. I'm going to send the United States Congress a pathway to citizenship for over 11 million undocumented people. But his first steps in that direction hit a legal roadblocks put up by the state of Texas In a sign of the many legal battles to come. Texas suit to stop the New administration's 100 Day pause on deportations of undocumented immigrants. And in a swift legal defeat for the administration, Texas judge temporarily blocked the moratorium. Joining me is immigration law expert Rick Sue, a professor at the University of North Carolina Law School. Rick. This order by Judge Drew, tipped in a Trump appointee might have been quick and unexpected, but it wasn't unusual. The order was in some ways with closely situated to something that we've seen a lot. This is based on the A P A. The administrative procedures act that little statue it seems to be following the same kind of Tran that was used against the Trump administration with regard to the executive order the policies that were issued under his administration. So explain the judge's reasoning. There were two point One was that the 100 Day pause violated a provision of the federal law on Immigration, which actually requires individuals with final orders of deportation to be removed within 90 days. I think it's always might be misreading of the memo. Are these in my opinion, but nonetheless, that's the first claim The second thing that was made is actually similar to the Supreme Court case with regard to the Trump administration's efforts to roll back Taka. Now, if you're called from that case, what the Supreme Court held without the justification that was given was insufficient. And in some ways they're making the same argument here that the explanation that was given for the need for 100 days. Pause but not sufficiently articulated was not satisfactory to the fore and for the core of thought that it was likely to be ruled arbitrary and capricious, which would violate administrative procedure that again. I have no quibbles with that particular interpretation. Nonetheless, these are at least grounded within things that we've seen before. As opposed to this agreement with support itself said raises all sorts of constitutional questions, and he is not gonna roll on that at this point. Just to clarify the agreement you're referring to was one the Trump administration signed with conservative states in its final week requiring the federal government to consult with those states before taking any Significant immigration action highly unusual and questionable legally. But getting back to the judge's order can a judge in Victoria, Texas, forced the federal government to take affirmative action regarding immigration force the federal government to deport people. This is for the million dollar question here. You know any comparison drawn with regard to the nationwide injunction issued against the Trump administration kind of buckles a little bit here because the injunction and those other cases, most injunctions to get the government to prevent them from doing something right. You sort of maintain what they're doing, But this actually is different, presumably what Texas wants is actually to force the federal government to continue to do deportation. What I think here is that it's not entirely clear that even the means of the order or the rationale behind the order can actually force that affirmative action happen Now. It could be then to buy administration just that. Okay, the policy restrained, But that doesn't necessarily mean that we are forced and every case, and are you exercising discretion to remove everyone immediately, And my opinion that doesn't seem like the restraining order on the policy would actually get that far. So, Judge Tipton said nationwide injunctions of executive action our topic of fierce and ongoing debate. Even so, he issued a nationwide injunction is in some ways going to be an interesting play out because Obviously the criticism during the Trump administration when nationwide injunctions will be issued against Trump Administration policies. Most of the criticism which from the right and concern and leaning judges now they made their claim sort of broadly terms of federal power and the power of small district Horace that forum shopping and a very early preliminary injunctions. Pause federal policy. Well, now the tables turned and if he's like, despite all those concerns are raised before that, certainly at least was worth that. This judge and Texas is interests they seem to be following the same exact playbook. What I'm curious about now that the administration's have changed. Will the Supreme Court or even conservative jurists change their mind? Or are they going to continue with this sort of principle that they were headed toward which is the favoring nationwide injunction, especially when in effect national federal government policy? This case might eventually end up at the Supreme Court and hasn't the court repeatedly said that immigration is a federal matter? Not a matter for the states and, for example, with the Muslim ban, the court finally allowed the last version of that. I think that's going to be the test. I mean, we have to remember that Muslim ban that the Supreme Court review was version three right? They had tried once, and then they tried again, and I did a third one with all these explanations of the third one that has, so I was to me. Even for this case, it's not going to be this memo that ultimately reviewed the funny thing about the January 20 memo is actually it was a precursor to a guidance coming out of February. 1st. What will be reviewed is, you know, either the February 1st guidance or some other further guidance that come down the road. Presumably in the Supreme Court sticks do with president it would review the third one, and, you know, just you need to offer an explanation is actually not that hard to do. So it would appear to me that if it doesn't go that far that just like the Muslim ban that the fight administration prevail here, But let's not also forget it was a long road to the Supreme Court. Do you see this lawsuit and the agreement as an indication that the tug of war over immigration is going to continue in the Biden administration? I think what's important about this agreement, and the set of that it creates is that it set up a road map in which future I didn't administration policies on immigration is going to be facing a wave of state Attorney General's really suing on any small change now see, this is essentially the set up as the immigration hawks and the joke is retreating. To state attorneys, generals and to the state level, We're likely to see another wave of state federal litigation again. Whether or not they succeed or not, It is important, I believe as political messaging and as sort of showing that there is a challenge to the federal government into the Biden administration, it seems similar to what the Democratic attorneys general did during the Trump administration. Interesting, not certainly not limited to immigration, but I think an immigration you have an interesting development. You know when the federal government became dependent and in some ways, reliant on state and local participation for immigration enforcement. What they also opened up is a sphere of immigration debate that is no longer limited to the halls of Congress or the decision makers and lawmakers. The federal government, So in some ways, the solicitation for assistance, you know, has Changed the framework for immigration debate so that whether it's blue states and Republican red federal government or the reverse that essentially immigration policy is now always as the edge of the state of federal relationship. So it's interesting how cooperation reliance that now built and sort of reshaped the political landscape. We're likely going to see going forward under the Vine Administration justice. We saw it in the reverse under the Trump Administration. Thanks, Rick. That's Rick Su of the University of North Carolina Law School. Coming up next chief Justice Roberts takes a pass on the second Trump impeachment trial. This is Bloomberg, and it takes thousands.
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"Climate, climate change inside a covert meetings and what you're seeing from abide. Biden had all the experts have the doctor found. She had all of the CDC directors and people apart of the White House coronavirus response team there. He wasn't there, although everybody was doing it. Virtually they were in that meeting from other different locations, not from the White House pressure and not from behind a podium with the White House logo on it Now they were from all over the place, and, frankly, they made a big announcement that they will be doing this about three times a week. The only thing really shocking about it. That is how many technical glitches they had during this hour long briefing, and it's going to be over able to overcome them going forward. There's one point Toxicology was giving an answer to a question and it took at least three minutes for anybody to be able to let him know that his mic was needed, and then he had to come back and we start over again. So that's how the very first White House coronavirus response team in the Bible administration started. That's how things went down. But then it moved into kind of a grim element of telling the truth to the American public and letting them know from the CDC. As many as 514,000 people could be dead from the virus by February, 20th. Hearing from Andy Slavitt, senior advisor to the White House Covert 19 response team that if you're waiting, and as a normal American waiting for your shot of getting that vaccine, it is months away, which is a much more pessimistic message than what you heard from president brought by an earlier in the week where he was indicating I could be springtime might be summertime before you get it. They're saying it's months away, and you gave a couple of reasons say there were a couple of constraining factors. But first is Getting enough supply quickly enough. The second is the ability to administer the vaccines quickly once they're produced and sent out to the sites, which seems to be a big problem right now, because he pointed out, there is no federal stockpile of vaccines. No matter what you heard from the previous administration, and at the end of the day, they're trying to figure out how between miscommunications or unexplained bottle next. Some states have shortages when it comes to the vaccine and are completely out. Some have their full doses remaining and haven't yet given out of shot whatsoever. Yet every state is reporting it doesn't have enough doses to meet the very high demand about there right now. So while they're trying to get their arms around that and trying to see how they can move vaccines for one place to another While there is zero communication and infrastructure set up to do so, they're also trying to tackle getting this thing taking care of it at least as much vaccine as possible into the arms of Americans, while they're also still facing these variants that are making their way across the country. Well, what variance in my supposed to believe? You know what I mean? Is there technically in the Zerg? Almost hypothetical is there technically a shortage is the government just doesn't have a way to go. Get them out. There's no plan because it boggles the mind that there's this many doses somewhere that now there may not be a stockpile. But there's doses somewhere, waiting to go somewhere else. And there's just Not a process for it well, and apparently, according to the CDC, on Lee, half of the 44 million doses that has been distributed, the states have been putting people's arms, so that means there's some states. Just have it sitting there on the shelves. And right at this point, the Vine administration is trying to find out which states are those what parts of the states are they in? Why haven't they been injected? Some states have been saying and parts the states that they needed to have more money to be able to create these injection sites, and they don't have that. So are they just letting him sit on the shelf there and what's going on with that? They're trying to figure all of that out, according to what we're hearing from Pfizer. At least from their standpoint, there have been zero delays in U. S production and distribution at all. So they've been getting things out on schedule. Well, for there, it sounds like there's been a key in getting that vaccine to the federal government and then out, and according to the Biden administration that they are shipping nearly all vaccine supplies only 2 to 3 days worth of being held in reserve, so everything else is going out. So where's the problem? Obviously, somebody somewhere doesn't have this set up correctly. For whatever the doses that were ordered before the by the administration came in to be used correctly and no line of communication to have that discussion across federal and state lines to figure out where those vaccines are and how to get into the places that they need to be. I'm speechless. San Antonio first news national correspondent Michael Bauer specs is taking home delivery.
"vine administration" Discussed on WJR 760
"This is the guy Gordon Show on news Talk 7 60 wjr, So we were discussing will be the new by executive Order of the day, which will be aimed at a new buy American plan. Which is about is familiar. Unanswered. We've seen from new presidents going back Really to 1980. I mean, it has started in 1933, but it it started to become politically recycled. Got long about 1980, beginning with President Reagan. Every president since then has tried to take ownership of this whole by American theme, because I mean, how can it go wrong, right? Well, uh, the Heritage Foundation, which is righteously conservative, righteously free trade caused a costly policy mistake that hurts Americans, and they have been Righteous about that for every president, regardless of party. They said it was wrong when President Trump tried to do it. Ah, well in Obama try to do it back in 2009. When President Trump did it in 2017, 2019 and now with Joe Biden, raising the threshold yet again, But as I said, the funny part is President Trump already raised the threshold for steel products on the way out the door. He has built a couple little traps there for Mr Biden. One of the other ones is This notion of rolling back the travel bans against Brazil and the UK Those were going to be brought down. I mean, this is the truth. I don't know why the president would do that, where we lowering our guard when it comes to Incoming travelers who may be bringing in this new variant. The idea was, is that because the new testing for those passengers was going to take effect that we didn't have to have those barriers anymore. Well, we know how well that worked in Washington County, The lady that may have brought in to be 117 variant. Past three separate tests, one when she boarded the plane and two negative tests when she got back here before she presented with the new variant, so keeping of our guard, there is the right thing to do, and I will applaud the Vine Administration for Rescinding the Trump administration's rescinding of the rule or putting it back into effect. However, you want to take it. In the meantime, Governor Whitman was talking about the buy American plan for the Bite administration and what it means to Michigan cut one place in Michigan. That means building a stronger state. For the thousands of dedicated auto workers who build Michigan made cars. It means ensuring that our workers earn better pay better benefits and more time to spend with their families. From the beginning. I have worked to ensure that more of our Michigan tax dollars are spent supporting Michigan workers and Michigan businesses. I signed the Michigan jobs first executive director during my first year in office. Support Michigan businesses that provide fair wages and good benefits. So right thing to do and speaking of wages, she also endorsed the new $15 minimum wage. An emergency sickly that will come with the new Biden plan is well don't know how that's going to work for the restaurants that are struggling of the 3000 that we've already lost and the remainder struggling and are trying Toldo together until February, 1st and then we'll try to hold it together a 25% capacity. S so we'll see how that works. Interesting reaction by the way to a good friend of mine. Who's a restaurant owner? Noted that the state is allowing you to keep those outdoor tents and will now allow you to put all four sides down. Can you ask the question? Okay. We're supposed to be a 25% indoors in our regular space where we have great ventilation systems. We're going to be held at 25% out in the tent where we have very little ventilation. How is that going to work once you you know? Do you do these complete enclosures, which is what many restaurants are doing? And he's right yet another example of kind of the The weirdness of some of these calls that the Whitman administration Is making. Let's go to rot in Plymouth is he ponders this idea of this bear Buy American plan. It's coming for the by an administration. Hi there, right, you know, focusing on US jobs that could be a great unity builder, and that's what bite months to do, but to continue to be an economic world leader in a world We're economics is leading towards one full economy, but we really need to do because things air. There's 1000 different variables and factors in what we're talking about today going. We could talk for a week and that cover the same thing twice. But what we really should be doing when we talk about unity is coming up with a nonpartisan think tank or a couple of things. Tanks that are more inclusive. In fact, whoever is in these think tanks. Just represent knowledge. They have to be smarter and more savvy than Friedman and soul together. That's what we should be focusing on for many different reasons. What do you think? I I agree. And I think, though, that you mentioned you know the two patron saints of market economies there in one breath, and you're right to do that. That has to be the foundation. Is that it has to be market based and what I've seen what that was seeing now, whether it's green jobs or whether it's energy policy. It's again Democrats going back to picking winners and losers, losers for partisan reasons and for reasons other than what is most efficient and best for the consumer, and I think that's what is disturbing, right? Well, I think we just covered it. Maybe they're listening. Yeah, well, we can on Lee. You know, we can only hope if I you know, only we could get our wives to listen. Right? We get Lester, We got to start there. I don't know. Maybe that's why I'm not married. Oh, shock. We'll see you. All right, Take here. Let's go to David Rochester, Dave. Good afternoon, and welcome to the show. Mm hmm. Hey, guys. Did you hear me? I sure can. Okay, great. Um, yeah. Fortunately, my Evolution are Transformation in life to the Democratic Party from the Republican Party did not include this trade. The demagoguery. S o. I totally agree with you..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"vine administration" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Best time Ed Baxter, and I'm to these Pellegrini Denise. We were talking earlier about deficit spending taxes and the do what it takes mode on the Vine Administration is when it comes to the pandemic and the economy and we also had a chance to hear about that from Gene Sperling. He's former director of the National Economic Council under Presidents Clinton and Obama. Also currently president of Sperling, Economic Strategies, and Santa Monica and Bloomberg Radios. Vanni Quinn and Paul Swinging. Ask Sperling what the first order of economic business from the mine Administration should be. Well, I think they've made a smart decision. In that they are by for caving. They're calling 100 Day plan or economic start, which is the first focus on The economic relief needed for the crisis. So that means both getting you know huge amounts up to $400 billion to ensure that we're able as the country to truly deal with The covert crisis and that includes the vaccine distribution. All of the testing all of the things that we've been so weak on weaker than other nations and and then also Funding that would go to people who are hurting people who are risk of losing being evicted. Obviously, you know more general support, but really for people who need it in the taking the checks up to 2000, but they're saying, Let's do that first. Let's do that Relief package first. Let's get that done. Let's not hold up that form or complex, longer term issues, so you'll see them move quickly. And they're going to try to make it bipartisan. They're going to try to do what's called regular order. Working with Republicans do something with 60 votes, but they know and that in their back pocket, they have the ability to re process called reconciliation. Past. This would just 50 Democratic votes. That won't be their goal. But that's a back up plan to make sure they get This part done fast. While people are hurting economy needs that. Then they say, Let's come back and do the build better jobs plan the infrastructure, the green. Climate jobs, the manufacturing the enhancing care care, giving jobs across the country. They know that's going to take longer. It's going to be a little more complex. S O. They're saying that's our that Z Phase two and I think that both are important One is about relief and emergency, the others about more long term recovery about speeding the speed in which we get back to long term. On. I mean, we get back to full employment. Remember, we're still down 9.5 million jobs. Since the start of Cove it so we're still in a deep hole with a lot of risk. Go out there for this recovery. Gina When I ask you who will Joe Biden and team be targeting in terms of trying to get some of you know what they want? I think in the I think in the end of the day The most important thing is, Can they keep all of the Democrats together? Because again if they have 50 votes they get to use for a budget matters which are kind of the major kind of spending issues. You can do it with reconciliation with the Democrats that might be holed out steam they're gonna want to say Where can what in this package. Can we get agreement on? That goes all the way from the most progressive members like Bernie Sanders to the more conservative members of the Democratic Party like Joe Manchin, but I think when they start We're going to start with the view that a lot of Republicans are not are going to want to support the major money for vaccine distribution. You've had several Republicans support the taking the checks to $2000. It's gonna be hard for lots of people to vote against extending long term unemployment. So Jean, and it's fairly clear that this pandemic and economic disruption has just exposed yet again. Income inequality, wealth inequality in this country and his president elect binding, thinks about his Economic plan its fiscal stimulus plans plural. How do you think what's the best way to go about addressing some of these issues? You know you're absolutely right. I mean, I think it is fair to say that, um, that's a pandemic. Rather than create economic and racial disparities has just exposed and accelerated them. And I think that will be very much on his mind and will impact his policies and remember during the campaign he talked about. Que recovery recovery that might have an okay GDP number. But when you look beneath it, you would find people who are more fortunate, like myself have been able to continue the work and work from home doing well, and you've heard Layla Brainard at the Federal Reserve estimates. That Or lower income workers, or those who can't just work from home. The unemployment rate is close to 20% near depression levels. So I think he's going to be looking at that very closely. So number one you've got to prevent downward falls. You know, Recessions are tough, but if you lose your home if you're addicted If you don't have food on the table. I mean, that's that's offensive to our values that causes long term unemployment that many people don't recover from. So I think he's gonna You know, I think these policies will be very targeted to that. And I think when you see him to his jobs plan There will be a lot of focus on making sure you know, not just putting dollars out and hoping people you know, not worry about who gets hired, but doing it in a way that is ensuring you're improving. Not just home ownership. The closing that racial homeownership gap, which is a way of closing the racial wealth gap, making sure when you you know, most presidents often have Justin Infrastructure plan. Biden still back better plan includes care, giving jobs those tend to be and health workers. Those tend to be often beam or women helping warm or women of color. That's very important to him. Jean 30 seconds. What's the greatest risk to this economy here? What's the risk out there? You know, doing too little doing too little under, uh, you know, underestimating. You know the when they're being the problem before that, yet you get only get one bite at the Apple. Things get worse. You can imagine a new strain. That's that's resistant to the new vaccine when I came in and 2011 to be any see director We were looking at a strong economic year, and then you had the nuclear meltdown in Japan. Had you had the Arab spring things happened. And I think that's why what you heard from Yellen is the risk. Going small are much greater than the risk of going big and I think that is going to define what you see from this president economically in his first year that was Gene Sperling, former director of the National Economic Council under Presidents Clinton and Obama. And coming up. What do you need for a smooth economic policy money for one right and you have some need a good relationship between the Treasury and the Fed. Yeah, I guess the question is, Will we have that under President Biden and we'll hear all about that from Alan.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"vine administration" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Best time. Ed Baxter and I'm Denise Pellegrini. Denise. We were talking earlier about deficit spending taxes and the do what it takes mode in the Vine Administration is when it comes to the pandemic and the economy and we also had a chance to hear about that from Gene Sperling, He's former director of the National Economic Council under Presidents Clinton and Obama. Also currently president of Sperling, Economic Strategies in Santa Monica and Bloomberg Radios. Vanni Quinn and Paul Swinging. Ask Sperling what the first order of economic business from the mine administration should be. Well, I think they've made a smart decision. In that they are by for caving. They're calling 100 Day plan or economic start, which is the first focus on The economic relief needed for the crisis. So that means both getting you know huge amounts up to $400 billion to ensure that we're able as a country to truly deal with The covert crisis and that includes the vaccine distribution. All of the testing all of the things that we've been so weak on weaker than other nations. And and then also the funding that would go to people who are hurting people who are risk of losing being evicted. Obviously, you know more general support, but really for people who need it in the taking the checks up to 2000, but they're saying, Let's do that first. Let's do that Relief package first. Let's get that done. Let's not hold up that form or complex, longer term issues, so you'll see them move quickly. And they're going to try to make it bipartisan. They're going to try to do what's called regular order. Working with Republicans do something with 60 votes, but they know and that in their back pocket, they have the ability to re process called reconciliation. Past. This would just 50 Democratic votes. That won't be their goal. But that's a back up plan to make sure they get This part done fast. While people are hurting economy needs that. Then they say, Let's come back and do the build better jobs plan the infrastructure, the green. Climate jobs, manufacturing, the enhancing care care giving jobs across the country. They know that's going to take longer. It's going to be a little more complex. S O. They're saying that's art that Z Phase two and I think that both are important One is about relief and emergency, the others about more long term recovery about speeding the speed in which we get back to long term. On. I mean, we get back to full employment. Remember? We're still down 9.5 million jobs since the start of Cove it so We're still in a deep hole with a lot of risk. Go out there for this recovery. Do you know when I ask you Who will Joe Biden and team be targeting in terms of trying to get some of you know what they want? I think in the I think in the end of the day The most important thing is, Can they keep all of the Democrats together? Because again if they have 50 votes they get to use for a budget matters, which are kind of the major kind of spending issues. You can do it with reconciliation would be the Democrats that might be holed out steam They're gonna want to say Where can what in this package. Can we get agreement on that goes all the way from the most progressive members like Bernie Sanders. To the more conservative members of the Democratic Party like Joe Manchin, but I think when they start, they're going to start with the view that a lot of Republicans are not are going to want to support. Major money for vaccine distribution. You've had several Republicans support the taking the checks to $2000. It's gonna be hard for lots of people the vote against extending long term unemployment. So Jean, and it's fairly clear that this pandemic and economic disruption has just exposed yet again. Income inequality, wealth inequality in this country and his president elect biting thinks about his Economic plan is fiscal stimulus plans plural. How do you think what's the best way to go about addressing some of these issues? You know you're absolutely right. I mean, I think it is fair to say that, um, that the pandemic Rather than create economic and racial disparities has just exposed and accelerated them. And I think that will be very much on his mind and will impact his policies and remember during the campaign he talked about. Que recovery recovery that might have an okay GDP number. But when you look beneath it, you would find people who are more fortunate, like myself, have been able to continue the work and work from home. Doing well, and you've heard Leo Brainard at the Federal Reserve estimates that Or lower income workers, or those who can't just work from home. The unemployment rate is close to 20% near depression levels. So I think he's going to be looking at that very closely. So number one you've got to prevent downwards falls. You know, Recessions are tough, but if you lose your home if you're addicted If you don't have food on the table. I mean, that's that's offensive to our values that causes long term unemployment that many people don't recover from. So I think he's gonna You know, I think these policies will be very targeted to that. And I think when you see him to his jobs plan It'll be a lot of focus on making sure you know, not just putting dollars out and hoping people you know, not worrying about who gets hired, but doing it in a way that is ensuring you're improving. Not just home ownership. The closing that racial homeownership gap, which is a way of closing the racial wealth gap, making sure when you you know, most presidents often have Justin Infrastructure plan. Biden still back better plan includes care, giving jobs those tend to be and health workers. Those tend to be often Seymour women helping warm or women of color that's very important to him between 30 seconds. What's the greatest risk to this economy here? What's the risk out there? No doing too little doing too little under, uh, you know, underestimating. You know the wind up being the problem before that, yet you only get one bite at the Apple. Things get worse. You can imagine a new strain. That's that's resistant to the new vaccine when I came in and 2011 to be any see director We were looking at a strong economic year. And then you had the nuclear meltdown in Japan had that you had the Arab spring things happened and I think that's why what you heard from Yellen is Risk of going small are much greater than the risk of going big and I think that is going to define what you see from this president economically in his first year that was Gene Sperling, former director of the National Economic Council under Presidents Clinton and Obama. And coming up. What do you need for a smooth economic policy money for one right and you have some need a good relationship between the Treasury and the Fed. Yeah, I guess the question is, Will we have that under President Biden and we'll hear all about that from Alan Blinder,.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"vine administration" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Russell from Bloomberg Radio. Unlike most ex presidents who spend their time out of office, getting their libraries in order, making well paid speeches and writing lucrative memoirs. Donald Trump will be facing a historic second impeachment trial, fighting lawsuits and potential criminal prosecution and trying to protect his business empire. I would say that it's caused me anywhere from 2 to $5 billion to be president. That's okay between what I lose in what I could have made, I would have made a fortune. If I just ran my business. I was doing it. Really Well, I have a great business have the best properties That was about a year ago. The numbers were suspect then, and certainly the Trump organization has been hit hard by the Corona virus and the fall out from his role in the capital Riot. Joining me is Tina Davis, executive editor of Bloomberg Legal News. You know what's been happening with the trump business While he's been president. If you look kind of all of the holdings of Trump Organization, the president came in to office worth about three billion, And even though we've had a brilliant economy excluded the pandemic for most of the four years of his term, and there's also a massive tax cut program that was implemented under his administration. He's actually leaving about $500 million poorer than you came in. Most of it because of the downturn in the real estate market, and obviously the downturn in the tourism business that's come as a result of pandemic. This is not a great time to be in real estate, certainly in New York City, and it's not a great time to be offering things like golf trips for a lot of populist still locked down. His company carries a billion dollars in debt. How much of that? Is he personally liable for? He's personally liable for about $300 million that debt and that's being held by Deutsche Bank, which is looking to extricate itself from its relationship with the president. So we're gonna have to find another lender to take on that better. At least don't you bake is gonna have to find someone to offload that, too. I mean, it's not a huge debt load in comparison to the values of the properties. The other thing to think about is you don't have banks right now that are desperate to be in the real estate business. Nobody is desperate to be in the real estate business. Look, there's no indication of present that there are kind of severe financial constraints facing Trump. Returned to trump for work. But it is not a great time to be in this business is peace and prior years made a lot of money from licensing his name. It's not clear exactly what that will look like going forward, since we have seen a lot of companies distance themselves. In the aftermath of the capital siege. So he's got a base fastest, but they're not. He could build on that is and how he will build on. That is after question. Trump's been counted out many times before, and he's always managed to come back. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, when you think of Donald Trump everything I've done in a rather big way. So you had the spectacular bankruptcies after he overextended himself. You know, there was a trump airline at one point A lot of businesses that you got into and was not entirely successful with. And in fact, if you sort of think about his most recent rise when he got the job on the Apprentice, he was not necessarily in the best financial position of his career. That job helped launch him into another kind of stratosphere, both in terms of earnings and in terms of having his face before the American public Butterfingers. Incredibly helpful is here again. This presidential run and Again, If you think about comebacks, and and you know what he thought he would win in 2016, and he managed to overcome all the skeptics and become the first business and president who never held an elected office before. You could never really count him out with what we have learned has a lot changed since the capital riots. For example, Before the riots, there was talk of a trump network. Is that more difficult now? Or is it out of the question? I think it's not entirely out of the question and the reason I would say that is because we've seen so many times that businesses and corporations have distanced themselves and then come back to him. I mean, thinking Immediate aftermath of what happened in Charlottesville. There are a lot of people who quit from the various sort of task force that were part of advising the White House. And then those people eventually came back around. So if you're talking about, I think for media and social media specifically, that's one of the places where we saw perhaps the greatest reaction when the president lost the megaphone that he had Twitter. That's a real difference. You know, That's a very direct way that he had a reaching out to all of his powers. 88 million followers on Twitter losing that microphone that megaphone as you will. Is a real game changer in terms of you don't really hear is much from him, and it'll be very thing going forward to see what he uses to replace that. And perhaps that is a media channel. He's talked before about wanting to create some sort of network that would compete with Fox, which he has integrated as I'm not being conservative enough from his views, but perhaps it's also a social media channel. You know, we've seen parlor shut down and then ultimately able to get back online. Maybe there's another way for him to connect with folks and he has a tremendous amount of information that has gotten just from his app. You know, if you are a follower of Trump and you downloaded is up, he has Your phone number here. You know, he has a lot of great information that if you're looking Tomo on it ties the base. You have the potential ability to do that He will be looking for some sort of way to connect with the people who believe in him and whether that's true traditional media. Whether that's true building another network, whether it's through taking a stake, maybe in one American News or Newsmax, which are to media outlets that have really been supporting him those of potential path for him in the years ahead. Let's talk about Trump's legal exposure now, and there's certainly a lot of it, starting with possible federal criminal prosecution. So the hell cases get more and more interesting up until two weeks ago, I would have said there was probably not a great deal of the chance that the Justice Department would necessarily file charges against him. But In the aftermath of what happened at the Capitol on January 6. He's also potentially facing charges of incitement if the U. S attorney in the District of Columbia decides to pursue that he is facing potential obstruction of justice charges. Is the fighting administration if their Justice Department decides to move forward with that. So those are some of the federal charges before the Capitol Ryan. It was reported that Biden wanted to move on. He didn't want the beginning of his presidency to be tarnished. The prosecution of the former president has that dynamic changed since January, 6th. I think that remains to be seen. I mean, the constant refrain we've gotten from the Vine administration is that they want to try to make what they see as a deliberate break with the policies of the prior administration and tried not to 15 as directing the Justice Department who to prosecute him who not prosecute. So their approach is that you know, they plan on being very hands off with the Justice Department, allowing the Justice Department do its work..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"vine administration" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm Ed Baxter, and I'm Denise Pellegrini. Denise. We were talking earlier about deficit spending taxes and the do what it takes mode in the Vine Administration is when it comes to the pandemic and the economy and we also had a chance to hear about that from Gene Sperling, He's former director of the National Economic Council under Presidents Clinton and Obama. Also currently president of Sperling, Economic Strategies in Santa Monica and Bloomberg Radios. Vanni Quinn and Paul Swinging. Ask Sperling what the first order of economic business from the mine administration should be. Well, I think they've made a smart decision. In that they are by for caving. They're calling 100 Day plan or economic start, which is the first focus on The economic relief needed for the crisis. So that means both getting you know huge amounts up to $400 billion to ensure that we're able as a country to truly deal with The covert crisis and that includes the vaccine distribution. All of the testing all of the things that we've been so weak on weaker than other nations. And and then also the funding that would go to people who are hurting people who are risk of losing being evicted. Obviously, you know more general support, but really for people who need it in the taking the checks up to 2000, but they're saying, Let's do that first. Let's do that Relief package first. Let's get that done. Let's not hold up that form or complex, longer term issues, so you'll see them move quickly. And they're going to try to make it bipartisan. They're going to try to do what's called regular order. Working with Republicans do something with 60 votes, but they know and that they in their back pocket. They have the ability to re process called reconciliation. Past. This would just 50 Democratic votes. That won't be their goal. But that's a back up plan to make sure they get This part done fast. While people are hurting economy needs that. Then they say, Let's come back and do the build better jobs plan the infrastructure, the green. Climate jobs, the manufacturing the enhancing care care, giving jobs across the country. They know that's going to take longer. It's going to be a little more complex. S O. They're saying that's art that Z Phase two and I think that both are important One is about relief and emergency, the others about more long term recovery about speeding the speed in which we get back to long term. On. I mean, we get back to full employment. Remember, we're still down 9.5 million jobs. Since the start of Cove it so we're still in a deep hole with a lot of risk. Go out there for this recovery. Gina When I ask you who will Joe Biden and team be targeting in terms of trying to get some of you know what they want? I think in the I think in the end of the day The most important thing is, Can they keep all of the Democrats together? Because again if they have 50 votes they get to use for a budget matters which are kind of the major kind of spending issues. You can do it with reconciliations. Democrats that might be holed out 16. They're gonna want to say Where can what in this package. Can we get agreement on that goes all the way from the most progressive members like Bernie Sanders. To the more conservative members of the Democratic Party like Joe Manchin, but I think when they start, they're going to start with the view that a lot of Republicans are not are going to want to support. Major money for vaccine distribution. You've had several Republicans support the taking the checks to $2000. It's gonna be hard for lots of people to vote against extending long term unemployment. Searching, and it's fairly clear that this pandemic and economic disruption has just exposed yet again. Income inequality, wealth inequality in this country and his President elect biting thinks about his Economic plan its fiscal stimulus plans plural. How do you think what's the best way to go about addressing some of these issues? You know, you're absolutely right. I mean, I think it is fair to say that, um, that the pandemic rather than create economic and racial disparities has just exposed and Accelerated them, and I think that will be very much on his mind and will impact his policies and remember during the campaign, he talked about the cave recovery recovery that might have an okay GDP number, But when you looked beneath it You will find people who are more fortunate, like myself have been able to continue the work and work from home doing well, and you've heard Layla Brainard at the Federal Reserve estimates. That for lower income workers or those who can't just work from home. The unemployment rate is close to 20% near depression levels. So I think he's going to be looking at that very closely. So number one you've got to prevent downward falls. You know, Recessions are tough, but if you lose your home if you're addicted If you don't have food on the table. I mean, that's that's offensive to our values that causes long term unemployment that many people don't recover from. So I think he's gonna You know, I think these policies will be very targeted to that. And I think when you see him to his jobs plan It'll be a lot of focus on making sure you know, not just putting dollars out and hoping people you know, not worrying about who gets hired. But doing it in a way that is ensuring your improving not just home ownership. The closing that Racial homeownership gap, which is a way of closing the racial wealth gap, making sure when you you know, most presidents often have Justin Infrastructure plan. Biden's build back better plan includes care, giving jobs those tend to be and health workers. Those tend to be often You have seen more women helping warm or women of color That's very important to him. Jean 30 seconds. What's the greatest risk to this economy here? What's the risk out there? Doing too little doing too little under, uh, you know, underestimating. You know the when they're being the problem before that, yet you get only get one bite at the Apple. Things get worse. You can imagine a new strain. That's that's resistant to the new vaccine when I came in and 2011 to be any see director We were looking at a strong economic year and then you have the nuclear meltdown in Japan. Had you had the Arab spring things happened. And I think that's why what you heard from Yellen is The risk of going small are much greater than the risk of going big and I think that is going to define what you see from this president economically in his first year that was Gene Sperling, former director of the National Economic Council under Presidents Clinton and Obama. And coming up. What do you need for a smoothie? Economic policy money for one right and you have some need a good relationship between the Treasury and the Fed. Yeah, I guess the question is, Will we have that under President Biden and we'll hear all about that from Alan.
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"Inoculated, and they're still limited vaccine. We're going to talk about all this now, with County board chairwoman Hilda Seles. Welcome to the program. Thank you very much. Glad to be here. Glad to have you okay? So why the quick turnaround? What changed? Well, a lot of things you know the last couple of weeks. We've been hearing about other counties, as well as health providers around the Southern California area that were already offering The vaccine to 65 years and older as well as lax last week's announcement from the governor telling us to start to think about that, and of course, when we met with our public health director, she said that we still hadn't completed all the vaccinations for health care workers, But we know that when people find out to come in to get the vaccine There's a lot of no shows, maybe 20% or so. So what? What are thought was why couldn't we been allowed for people to come in 65 older when we find that there are a supply that's left. And when I started and look around the county to see who else was doing this? We had already heard that there were other federally qualified clinics that we're already doing this. So was Kaiser that serves multiple counties, including l A. So it kind of put it in one of these positions where we felt you know what we could. We could at least begins the start of it. And as I think you today, I know people that got the vaccine. That were over 65. You know a couple of weeks ago, and that's because some of the providers they get this supply directly from the state not from the county were allowing that to happen. Right. So let me ask you how it's gonna work. Then, if you have at the end of the day 20% of no shows is that when the 65 olders will start getting inoculated after everyone else, so that getting the end of the day is that how it would work? I think it's going to be a combination of both. As I said, we're also in conversations you know, with our director of public health, who also mention that we could set aside a number of vaccines for 65 older as we begin the day because think about it. There are a lot of people that have mobility issues that can't be sitting in a car for maybe more than an hour or two. We don't want to harm them any further, So that is it. That is an ongoing discussion that we're having. Now it's our health department. And that was something that was brought up by Dr Ferrer. Well, what about the supply Because that has been an ongoing problem. Just last night, the U. C L. A hospital system sent out an email saying Yes, we would love to do it, But we just don't have the vaccines right now to to follow through. I think you feel like I mean, we're gonna We're gonna find that the vast number of places that received the dosage. I'm sure we're going to be able to identify where where those supplies are and then do a better job of coordinating and having a better central life system. Of knowing where the doses are, and that's really what we're trying to grapple with right now, including the state as well as the county. And we're looking forward to being able to set up that system because once we start seeing more supply coming in, we're gonna need to do this and I'm very happy. And very excited that the new administration has really made this a priority to put the force of the federal government behind all of this, you know the initiatives that the vine administration's putting out is if they're gonna immediately in hundreds Stages. Get out 100 vaccine. Well, guess what That would mean a lot. Even if we don't get all of that. I'm sure the California will be a priority, and that's why we do have to use all of our vaccines that are in our hands. And now I don't want to see our vaccines going somewhere else because we're not the ones implementing the program fast enough. It's bad enough that we've been criticized about that. Yeah, the federal government. But what about what about the health care workers that need their second shot? If you're giving it all away right now, will there be enough for them to come in and get their second shot in the next? I don't think it didn't matter that we're gonna run out of everything, because I would imagine in the next couple of weeks, even though some of the vaccine say you've gotta wait three weeks or whatever. For weeks. I still think we're going to be able to do what we can. And right now, as you as you can tell. The numbers are going down in terms of hospitalizations and deaths, which is good, but that doesn't mean we we relent. We still have to enforce or health orders that people keep their distance that they don't mix. With different families and really try toe restrict their travel all Oh, have to happen, and I'm glad that, like the new president is saying that he's gonna have He's gonna have he can't mandated. But he's saying people need to wear a mask for 100 days going to do with the federal government, which is good. We need to also take that leadership and insist that we continue to do that. And if people don't abide, I'm sure we're going to be looking at other tools to try to get people to comply. And help officer conducive that What is the plan to track people who have been vaccinated and to make sure they come back for their second dose and to make sure that they get their second dose of the correct vaccine? Well accordingly. I mean, as I said, it's going to be so much complicated, but we're gonna have to have some kind of I hope Central life system that brings all the private partners as well as the federally qualified clinics as well as the CBS is of the world and everybody else, But right now, that does not exist. I believe that's the role that I think The state and the federal government should be funding and providing that and evidently that has not been the case of you know, President Trump formally just said here, turn it over to the governor's without really giving them substantial amount of money and people to help organize all this, So there really is no tracking system in the county or elsewhere to make sure No, I wouldn't say that There is a tracking system and I know we do have that in part, in part that information also comes from the state and the state's information is only as good as the people that also input that information that comes from various From various stakeholder organizations that are involved in engaging actually administering this Okay. Human human human exercise. Do we want it to be better? Absolutely. Actually. I mean, you could have it on your phone right? As other countries they're doing and you just scan a would imagine if we see a clear strategy and movement, you know, right now is you know some of our systems are up and down, depending on the hour of the day because people are just jumping on and that happened yesterday. Um, we were through this You've got to keep in mind. This is the first major pandemic that we've ever been through. I mean, come on. It's like it's like a It's like a World war agreed, agreed late, but you all everybody knew the vaccine was coming and they could have set up systems to track the people who are vaccinated before. The part of the problem is not knowing how many doses you were going to get and what were you setting up for right, So that's also a part of it, and we did not get sufficient funding to help provide For people to help us administer the vaccine. In fact, it's kind of ironic that the very people that you want to get vaccinated can't even leave sometimes because they are now under staff at our ICU bed, taking care of our patients right that actually is happening..
"vine administration" Discussed on KCRW
"Margin, But given where we are now, I do think you're going to see some moderates in the Republican Party boosted And I do think that their instincts their natural proclivity is going to be to try and work with Biden and with Democrats to try and get a few things done, so people like the a firm mention Mitt Romney. Um, you know Susan Collins of Maine who won reelection, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, even Rob Portman of Ohio, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana. I mean, this was the group after all, that broke the logjam on covert 19 relief legislation. So I have some measure of confidence that we are going to see. At least early on some bipartisanship when it comes to issues like covert 19 relief, continuing efforts to fight the pandemic infrastructure, spending even some elements potentially of health care on dad and economic policy. So I do think that there are some areas of agreement that if Biden and the Democrats exercise goodwill and demonstrated desire to work with Republicans There will be a reciprocation from a few of those at least enough to make a difference. You know, Biden in the Democrats don't need all the Republicans. They don't even need a majority of Republicans anymore because Chuck Schumer will be in charge of the floor and what goes on the floor. Reconciliation, which you mentioned is not really that effective oven option because the things you can use reconciliation for the end of the day are relatively limited to those that have more than a new, incidental impact on on spending in taxation, So it is going to require a supermajority and it is going to require working together and I think that could happen. Sabeel I I've seen news reports about the Biden administration is intending to move quickly on another covert relief package, including $1400 checks to sort of plus up the $600 that Congress approved in the last package. Produce those $2000 checks and then wants to later in the year through reconciliation, move a big tax and infrastructure package trillions of dollars on so I guess the things I wonder about that are the three extent to which that if you do that, that's largely going to be other deficit, increasing stuff or if it's not deficit increasing. That's because there are tax provision in there that Republicans are likely Torto Act two. So I'm wondering is that you know is the hope to do Ah, bipartisan covert relief bill and then use the threat of reconciliation toe say We can do this all with democratic votes, and it feels like that Zoe be pretty narrow needle to thread if that's the legislative strategy for the Biden team. Yeah. I mean, um, I've seen those reports as well. And you know, I'm not sure exactly what they're they're planning from a strategic standpoint, But, you know, I think we'll part of this is that eye of the view that we shouldn't have a Senate filibuster in the first place Precisely because it leads to it forces all these kinds of legislative maneuvers and deals that just slows down the process of governing. Now that aside, you know, there's been pressure on the Vine administration to come out in favor of the abolition of the filibuster. I don't know if they'll go that far. I do think they'll do a lot to reconciliation as you mentioned. But, you know, I think that they're going to try to use certainly an infrastructure package and a relief package to have as much immediate impact on the economy as possible. It's a E think they're well aware of how dire the situation is. And You know, I also think that they're they're aware that their ability to respond to the economic crisis right now is going to be O influence heavily. What happens in 2022 in terms of keeping or even expanding these majorities, which will be hard in an off year? Election s O. I think they're going to try to move as much as they can. Through these on the deficit question. You know, we're in a situation of incredibly low interest rates were all the economics and social science. It makes really clear that actually, deficit spending is even more Efficient at this point, when you think about what it's being spent on, right, especially it's being spent on the kind of economic relief, adorable infrastructure investments that will jump start the economy. Post Cove. It s so I don't think that's really an issue. There has been some discussion about, you know, different tax proposals The Biden team had ran on, You know, some increases of taxes on Corporations and the wealthy that are, you know, pretty modest by historical standards, but that would finance some of these proposals. I imagine we'll see those rolled out again in the coming months. Yeah, long he I mean, one of the traditional ways to build bipartisan coalitions in Washington is, you know, sort of something nice for everyone on the Christmas tree in the bill and you get a highway in your district and you get a highway in your district. On During the Trump administration, Republicans have embraced deficit increasing policies, including the tax cuts, wants the covert crisis had we had these very large relief packages that ran up very large budget deficits on then you saw a lot of Republican support for these for these checks to most households, including from Josh Holly, with the main character of this week. Um, And so I guess the question is, the for me is the extent to which that's going to persist into a Democratic administration with a normalizing economy is that is that a way to build bipartisan deals here? Yeah, I do think you are going to find that a few Republicans sort of, you know, refined themselves fiscal conservatives. I do think that's the case. But I also think that the discussion Josh within the Republican Party has shifted a little bit. And this gets back to some of our earlier conversation about what the future of the GOP looks like. I do think that you have a substantially larger number of Republicans who have staked their their policy visions, too, frankly, a more significant, expansive role for the federal government. On. You saw that in the debate over $2000 stimulus checks. You've seen that over the conversation about you know is their mortgage government needs to be doing to help working Americans, and I think that conversation is one That has shifted the nature of where the Republican Party is..